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Wolfgang Tillmans - Concorde




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images may be added again at some stage - too many images "stolen" and used uncredited without any notice. Will rethink the whole project - password protected access may be an option, paid subscribing another or taking it completly offline also thinkable. But still undecided...




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Pages: 128
Place: Köln
Year: 1997
Publisher: Verlag Walther König
Size: x cm (approx.)

"So in the spring of 1997, for a few weeks, I became a planespotter. It was a fascinating thing, standing under the flypass near the perimeter fence of Heathrow, or in Richmond or Clapham, watching the very distant dot in the sky as it approached, and trying to make out: is it Concorde? Or just an ordinary plane? I had a particular problem with the McDonnell-Douglas MD80s: from afar, they look similarly back-heavy. But it was beautiful to spend hours looking up in the sky - I've loved the sky since childhood - waiting for it to happen, and then it would happen, and then you just had to go for it." (Wolfgang Tillmans, Source: The Guardian)

Softcover.

Included in "The Photobook: A History Volume II" by Parr/Badger
>> see more Vol. II picks here


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