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Dorchester Days

Hardcover: 108 pages
103 Duotone Images
Publisher: Phaidon Press; First Edition Thus edition (October 30, 2000)
Language: English

This is Eugene Richards' 1972 photographic essay, a social document of his home town of Dorchester, Massachusets, previously only self-published. The book includes additional pictures and a text that speaks of racial tension, violence, poverty and crime, tackling such subjects as the Klu Klux Klan in a way that he did not feel able to at the time of the original publication. On the basis of "Dorchester Days", Richards became a member of Magnum Photos in 1978, leaving to work independently in 1994. His style has set the standard for leading photojournalists such as James Nachtwey and Gilles Peress.
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