A Portrait Of ParisBook - 1994
Paris has always enjoyed a reputation as a city at the forefront ofrchitecture and urban planning. Its faubourgs and its boulevards, itsalaces and hotels, its towers and arches and its notorious glass pyramid,re the public face of what is perhaps the most imposing city in the world.ver the decades, photographers and artists have amassed hundreds of imagesf the city and its buildings. Matthew Weinreb's photography, however,rovides a refreshingly different approach, throwing a new and startlingight on even the most familiar sites. Through elaborate sequences,stonishing angles and intriguing details, this volume is a powerfulelebration of the buildings and their features, punctuated by Fionaiddulph's anecdotal essays on centuries of Parisian architectural history.
Publisher: London : Phaidon Press, 1994.
Characteristics: 240 p. :,col. ill. ;,30 cm.