Stanley Greene - The Western Front
|Publisher||Andre Frere Editions|
American photojournalist Stanley Greene began his photographic career in the early 1970s, snapping pictures of the hippie and youth culture surrounding him at the time. In 1975, following formal training in New York, he moved to San Francisco and started photographing its burgeoning punk scene with a Leica camera. This captivating, large-format book revisits that wild and defining time through more than 150 pages of raw, inspiring images. Guided by Greene’s written narrative threading its way through the overly cropped and blurry black-and-white images, the reader plunges headfirst into a noisy, exuberant realm of concerts, bars, rock clubs and unforgettable characters.
|176 p, ills bw, 25 x 35 cm, hb, English|