Certainly one of the most talked-about photobooks of 2013, that is shortlisted for the "Paris Photo / Aperture Award" for first photobook.
We offer here the second printing of this great book, the first one habving been sold out in a few weeks in May 2013.
A Period of Juvenile Prosperity is a dazzling journey with a group of young renegades that travel across America the old way, in freight trains; living on what they find, sleeping where they can.
The images are yelling a yearn for total freedom, but also depict an extremely precarious way of life, with misery and violence as companions.
104 pages - Hardcover with DJ
Twin Palms Publishers, 2013
New in shrinkwrap - Mint condition
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