The Geometry of Innocence by Ken Schles – Inscribed


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Published by Hatje Cantz, 2001. First Edition. Folio. Black boards lettered in yellow. Illustrated with 94 color photographs and 114 duotones. Fine in Near Fine dust jacket.

Inscribed by the author in 2006.

His second book after the critically acclaimed “Invisible City”

Schles approaches the omnipresence of social structures, which – pushed by the flood of media images – are undergoing permanent, almost frantic change. He sends his viewers onto city streets and playgrounds, into pubs and bars, puts them into a police helicopter and takes them to death row, hospital rooms and police interventions. There is no story, only a breathless sequence of pictures condensed into thematic clusters.