"When Tod Papageorge began this work, the newspapers saw Central Park chiefly as a site of danger and outrage, and they were doubtless partly right. But the park shown here seems no more dangerous than life itself, and no less filled with beauty, charming incident, excess, jokes in questionable taste, unintended consequence, and pathos, truly described. One might say that no artist has done so much for this piece of land since Frederick Law Olmstead." --John Szarkowski, The Museum of Modern Art, New York
Very Good / Dust jacket in great condition aside from missing a tiny part on the rear bottom edge. Inside in stunning condition.
Author Tod Papageorge
Title Passing Through Eden
Publication year 2007
Edition 1st Edition