Down These Mean Streets.
Photographs by Will Steacy.
b. frank books, 2012. 112 pp., 108 pages of collages and 100 color illustrations, 9½x12".
Amidst the noise and rhetoric of the 2012 US presidential campaign comes a sobering visual account of politics, capitalism, social priorities and the collapse of the American Dream. b.frank books presents Down These Mean Streets, the first monograph by the Philadelphia-raised, artist and writer, Will Steacy.
In combining his own celebrated photographs of America’s inner cities with journal entries, maps, and a preponderance of text and imagery from newspapers and magazines, Steacy presents an imposing collage depicting the downward spiral of the American economy in which 30 years of misguided economic policies have transferred a nation’s wealth and power to a privileged few at the expense of the middle and working class. Rich with iconic imagery of American culture layered with carefully edited clippings from national and regional media, he presents the portrait of a changing nation struggling to adapt to a 21st Century post-industrialist global economy.
This book is out-or-print. Please
email us to find out if we find a source or find out about a reprint.
This item is currently unavailable from photo-eye, however we have located copies for you to purchase immediately through Amazon or Amazon Marketplace.
We will receive credit for these orders if you use
our ordering system.
We will also receive credit for any other purchases you make while on Amazon's site.
Thank you for supporting photo-eye!