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Upstate girls : unraveling Collar City : an intimate portrait of Troy, New York

Auteur : Brenda Ann Kenneally
Éditeur: New York, NY : Regan Arts, [2018] ©2018
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : Anglais : First Regan Arts paperback editionVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
Résumé:
In the tradition of Dorothea Lange and Robert Frank, an eye-opening portrait of the rise and fall of the American working class, and a shockingly intimate visual history of Troy, New York that arcs over five hundred yearsfrom Henry Hudson to the industrial revolution to a group of contemporary young women as they grow, survive, and love. Welcome to Troy, New York. The land where mastodon roamed, the Mohicans lived,  Lire la suite...
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Genre/forme: History
Pictorial works
Type de document: Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Brenda Ann Kenneally
ISBN: 9781942872832 1942872836
Numéro OCLC: 975087524
Notes: "August 2018"--Title page verso.
Description: xvi, 412 pages : illustrations (mostly color) ; 28 cm
Contenu: Foreword --
Family tree --
Introduction --
Part one. Girls and boys, life and death, ca. 2004-2006 --
Part two. Good bad girls, bad good girls, ca. 2006-2009 --
Part three. Beastmode, Tony, ca. 2009-2010 --
Part four. Blood and jelly, ca. 2011-2013 --
Epilogue : then and now.
Responsabilité: Brenda Ann Kenneally.

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In the tradition of Dorothea Lange and Robert Frank, an eye-opening portrait of the rise and fall of the American working class, and a shockingly intimate visual history of Troy, New York that arcs over five hundred yearsfrom Henry Hudson to the industrial revolution to a group of contemporary young women as they grow, survive, and love. Welcome to Troy, New York. The land where mastodon roamed, the Mohicans lived, and the Dutch settled in the seventeenth century. Troy grew from a small trading post into a jewel of the Industrial Revolution. Horseshoes, rail ties, and detachable shirt collars were made there and the middle class boomed, making Troy the fourth wealthiest city per capita in the country. Then, the factories closed, the middle class disappeared, and the downtown fell into disrepair. Troy is the home of Uncle Sam, the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the Rensselaer County Jail, the photographer Brenda Ann Kenneally, and the small group of young women, their children, lovers, and families who Kenneally has been photographing for over a decade. Before Kenneally left Troy, her life looked a lot like the lives of these girls. With passion and profound empathy she has chronicled three generationstheir love and heartbreak; their births and deaths; their struggles with poverty, with education, and with each other; and their joy. Brenda Ann Kenneally is the Dorothea Lange of our timeher work a bridge between the people she photographs, history, and us. What began as a brief assignment for The New York Times Magazine became an eye-opening portrait of the rise and fall of the American working class, and a shockingly intimate visual history of Troy that arcs over five hundred years. Kenneally beautifully layers archival images with her own photographs and collages to depict the transformations of this quintessentially American city. The result is a profound, powerful, and intimate look at America, at poverty, at the shrinking middle class, and of people as they grow, survive, and love.

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