Found Photos in Detroit
When Italian photographers Arianna Arcara and Luca Santese set foot in Detroit, they had planned to document the fast disappearance of the city’s structure. The tragic tales of modern day decadence and ruin were very much on their minds. But Detroit, in a last gesture of pride decided to reveal itself on its own terms. What they found, streets filled with thousands of polaroids, letters, prints of photographic evidence, police documents, mugshots and family albums, are all on view in their fantastic new book Found Photos in Detroit.
The book is limited to 1000 copies, and can be ordered here. You can also see more images from the project, which was featured in this week’s Newsweek International edition, on our website.
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