Titanic's Wake

@ Sekula, Allan


.Only the French version is currently available.

Publisher's presentation:

[translation L'Ascenseur Végétal]

" Titanic's Wake is a reflection, through text and image, on worldwide capitalism and the maritime metaphor, as illustrated by Internet « surfing », the movie Titanic or the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao.

Beyond the Titanic's Wake series itself, which is dedicated to the journey of an exhibition-ship chartered by the ITF (International Transport Workers' Federation), the book gathers together two additional bodies of work: Dear Bill Gates, a "happening" outside of one of Bill Gates' mansions, and Waiting for Tear Gas, about the 1999 demonstrations against the WTO in the port city of Seattle. "

PLEASE NOTE: This book is available in both a French and an English edition; please make your choice of edition under the price before adding the book to your cart.

120 pages - Hardcover

Le Point du Jour, 2003

Format : 21 x 30 cm

New - Mint condition

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