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n 2003, during the first housing boom of the new millennium, Stacy Mehrfar set out to photograph the spate of new suburban developments throughout the continental United States. Initially attracted to the overwhelming capacity with which these tracts were steadily encroaching upon the wilderness, Mehrfar soon began turning her camera on the older communities that were often left to neglect in the wake of their newer counterparts.

Photographed in twenty-eight states over a five-year period, the result is the two-part project entitled American Palimpsests | This Was What There Was. The junction of the two—the early twenty-first century suburbs of American Palimpsests, and the remnants of a colorful past amid a national transformation in This Was What There Was—represents a geographical liminal state between old and new, unique and undifferentiated, natural and artificial.

Many of the new communities Mehrfar photographed emptied amid the first bust of the new millennium, leaving behind incomplete developments and heavily altered landscapes. American Palimpsests | This Was What There Was is a photographic reckoning of several cycles of growth and contraction that reflect the American way of life today.

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Stacy Mehrfar
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HeikoKrause

HeikoKrause dice

An extraordinary and inspiring book. I'm happy that I did find it by hazard. I hope to buy it one day. Great photographic work. Best regards Heiko Krause

publicado 23 de mar. a las 12:59 PST

fuluk

fuluk dice

Hi Stacy,

A wonderful book ! The subject, light and framing are superb. Congratulations.

Best regards.

Agus

publicado 06 de mar. a las 08:48 PST

mlogue

mlogue dice

Stacy, great book! Just going through the Honorable Mentions - yours is quite fine. Your compositions really fall into place - congratulations!

publicado 13 de sep. a las 20:29 PST

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