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TITANIC’s wake

Allan Sekula

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TITANIC’s wake



Published by Maumaus

With photographs and essays by Allan Sekula.

Edited by Jürgen Bock, David Barriet, David Benassayag, Beátrice Didier, Le Point de Jour Éditeur, Cherbourg-Octeville.

Portuguese Version

120 pp.,

28.00 x 22.00 cm
hardcover

pub. date: 2003

ISBN 972-9071-18-7

“If TITANIC’s wake were a historical novel, Bill Gates, James Cameron, Frank Gehry, Herman Melville, Alexander Calder, Winslow Homer and Honoré de Balzac would all be characters. So would a host of lesser-known figures: the elderly Russian painter Luboff Khoudyakova, the young American anti-globalization activist Kaela Economou, the French metalworker Michel Boireau. This premise sounds both grandiose and impossible: I may be a writer, but I am not a novelist, and I have no particular appetite or aptitude for fictional characterization. But perhaps my confession to this novelistic fantasy can provide a key for viewers. Hopefully, TITANIC’s wake demonstrates that a simple visual diary of the last two years of the twentieth century can suggest the epic sweep and resonance of a historical novel, without in any way trying to be a historical novel, and without departing from the pictorial possibilities of careful documentary photography.” (Allan Sekula)




































































































































































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