Steel Photographs of the Bethlehem Steel Plant, 1989-1996
List Price: $60.00
Publisher: Columbia College Chicago Press
Binding: Trade Cloth
Size: 11.25" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
Aware of the decline and imminent demise of many integrated steel mills in the United States and fascinated by their monumental architecture, machinery, and the culture of work, Joseph Elliott photographed the mills in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, from 1989 until final shutdown. Working with historian Lance Metz, he amassed more than 1,000 large format photographs and hundreds of archival images and documents, in an effort to preserve a record of the development, workings, and human dimensions of an integrated steel plant typical of machine age America.A steel mill is a visually thrilling place, and Elliott’s meticulously designed photographs embody much more than a technical record. The scale, More...
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