Photographs by Joel Sternfeld. Introduction by Andy Grundberg.
Times Books, New York, 1987. 128 pp., 55 color photographs, 10x12".
A selection of 55 color photographs made with an 8x10 camera over eight years of the photographer's travels through America. "Sternfeld's photographs survey a post-industrial, service-oriented society devoted to technology, consumer spending, personal narcissism, and increasing unemployment, which masquerades as leisure time. For all they speak of malaise, they speak of endurance."--Andy Grundberg, in his introduction. An uneasy, yet strangely beautiful record of contemporary American life.
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