The Geometry of Innocence.

Photographs by Ken Schles. Text by Markus Schaden and Thomas Zander.
Hatje Cantz, 2001. 128 pp., 106 color and 87 duotone illustrations, 9¾x13¼".

Twelve years after the legendary success of his first book of photographs, Invisible City (now out-of-print), Ken Schles returns with his long-awaited project, The Geometry of Innocence. Schles's focus is on the relentless shifting of social structures and spaces that mark the urban landscape of today. His images form a kind of visual roller coaster, sending the viewer onto city streets and playgrounds, into pubs and bars, putting the viewer inside a police helicopter and taking them to death row, hospital rooms, and police interventions."-the publisher.

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Twelve years after the legendary success of his first book of photographs, Invisible City (now out-of-print), Ken Schles returns with his long-awaited project, The Geometry of Innocence. Schles's focus is on the relentless shifting of social structures and spaces that mark the urban landscape of today. His images form a kind of visual roller coaster, sending the viewer onto city streets and playgrounds, into pubs and bars, putting the viewer inside a police helicopter and taking them to death row, hospital rooms, and police interventions."-the publisher. The limited edition version comes in a slipcase, with a signed and numbered gelatin silver print, and is limited to 50 copies.
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