Main Street. The Lost Dream of Route 66. Los Angeles: Collector’s Edition


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ISBN: 9788862086530 Category:

Edward Keating


This limited edition of Edward Keating’s photobook Main Street. The Lost Dream of Route 66 comes with a signed, numbered print. It is possible to choose one of the four following photographs: Tulsa, Los Angeles, Lebanon, Amarillo. All four photographs are available as a limited edition of 20 copies.

These four photographs, emblematic of hotels, the byways, the down-and-outs, the roadsides, is testimony to a country in decline and a requiem to this lost highway of dreams; it’s former excitement and adventure, its concrete and tar. These photographs are dedicated to all those who got stuck and never made it across. The photographs are dedicated to those who never got their ‘kicks’, but got their asses kicked on Route 66.

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Weight 300 g
Dimensions 25.5 x 32 cm
Publisher name Damiani Editore
Publication date 13 August 2020
Number of pages 176
Format Hardback
Dimensions 25.5 x 32 cm
Weight 300 g
Edward Keating has lived and worked as a photographer in New City since 1981. Ten years later he was hired as a Staff Photographer at The New York Times where he covered national and international news and was a regular contributor to the Sunday New York Times Magazine. In addition, he co-founded "Vows," The New York Times wedding column. He has also been a regular contributor to Time Magazine, Rolling Stone, W Magazine and New York Magazine. Keating's work resides in the permanent collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York City and The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida. His one-person exhibitions include: The Camera Club of New York, The Leica Gallery-New York and at Visa Pour l'image in Perpignan, France. Contact Press Images in New York City represents Keating.