Anders Goldfarb: Passed Remains

Anders Goldfarb: Passed Remains
Library Shelf Location 18.GOLD
Publication Date 2021

In 1986 when Anders Goldfarb (b. 1954 in Brooklyn, lived and worked in Brooklyn, NY) moved to Greenpoint, he was a young photographer with a master of fine arts degree from State University of New York at New Paltz. In moving to Williamsburg, he joined a growing number of young artists seeking the low rents of what was then a declining neighborhood of light industrial buildings and working-class residences. Working with black and white film, and a medium format Rolleiflex camera, Goldfarb began photographing in 1987 in Williamsburg and Greenpoint, riding his bike around the area and looking for the peculiar beauty of sidings, peeling paint and razor wire. Goldfarb’s photographs provide a valuable historical record of these neighborhoods prior to their demolition and gentrification. His subjects are metaphors for loss and vulnerability and distill moments in time that are destined for demise.

ISBN 9783969120408
Quantity 1
Pages 23 X 24 cm / 112 pg
Editor Howard Gotfryd
Author Bonnie Yochelson
Format Hardback
Related Artist Anders Goldfarb
Category Artists' Monographs A-Z
Keywords Architecture, Brooklyn, Time, Gentrification, Black-and-white photography

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