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Berlin in the Time of the Wall

ISBN: 9780975312001
Publisher: Stephen Daiter Contemporary
Edition: 1st
Publication Date: 2004
Number of pages: 461
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An exercise in the art of seeing and bookmaking, this 464 page tome explores the Berlin Wall as a repository for 20th century history and as a symbol of a divided, dangerous and polarized world. By asking us to look at what we have misplaced or abandoned as well as what we intended Gossage brings us face to face with the present as it becomes history. The production of the book, from its weight (at over 8 lbs), design (case bound, slip cased, acetate dust jacket) and printing (lush duotone) makes it a physical as well visual experience.

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