Photographs by Georce Tice. Introduction by A.D. Coleman.
Quantuck Lane Press,
128 pp., 77 quadratone illustrations, 10x9".
Renowned photographer George Tice began his thirty-year documentation of the vernacular architecture of his home state with Paterson in 1972, which formed part of his acclaimed one-man show at Metropolitan Museum of Art. His most iconic images from this exploration are White Castle, Route 1, Rahway, N.J., and Petit’s Mobil Station, Cherry Hill, N.J., are well known. In Paterson II, Tice revisits his source of inspiration, adding scores of new images, and making an eloquent statement about time and change in both a small Northeastern city and in much of America.
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