ARTHUR MOLE - LIVING PHOTOGRAPHS
isbn 9791090306271   RVB BOOKS
Idea Code 15641      $68.50

In 1917, as the United States were entering World War I, the English photographer, Arthur Mole (1889-1983) created a new type of iconography, which proved useful to the promotion of American nationalism. With the help of his colleague, John D. Thomas, he created sprawling photographic compositions of American society’s symbols and emblems, by assembling and positioning thousands of men into the chosen shapes along the ground. The book also contains a section which showcases a series of reframings and enlargements of images contained within the photographs.

128 p, ills bw, 24 x 32 cm, pb, English



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