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Cette série de Christian Patterson relate la cavale de deux jeunes tueurs des années 1950, Caril Ann Fugate et Charles Starckweather, dont Terrence Malick tira un film en 1973. Mêlant photographies originales, images d'archives, opinions et légendes sur cet épisode meurtrier, ce projet de deux ans voyage entre la réalité et la fiction.
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Buchbeschreibung MACK, 2012. Hardcover. Zustand: As New. No Jacket. 2nd Edition. "Condition : AS NEW . SECOND Edition. SIGNED. "Now comes Redheaded Peckerwood, a strange and beautiful photobook by Christian Patterson, a young photographer from Brooklyn. (The title refers to a derisory term coined by Southern black people to refer to poor whites from rural neighbourhoods, such as Starkweather and Fugate.) Fifty years after the event, Patterson followed the trail of Starkweather and Fugate across Nebraska and into Wyoming, his magpie eye picking out landscapes, buildings, woods, wastegrounds and darkly suggestive interiors. On the way, he visited the murder sites and the neighbourhoods of the killers and their victims, discovered personal letters and official documents pertaining to the case and trawled the archives of local papers such as the Lincoln Journal Star for first-hand accounts of the trial. He talked to police officers, local people, drifters and strangers he met in bars and coffee houses. The result is a unique photobook-cum-archive, a kind of impressionist visual narrative whose subtext is Patterson's own obsession with the couple and their dark mythology, an obsession that began when he watched Badlands for the first time in 2004.""In Redheaded Peckerwood,"" writes Luc Sante in his essay for the book, ""Christian Patterson is working out something that hasn't been done much before, if ever: a kind of subjective documentary photography of the historical past. That requires that the individual pictures be true, as close as possible to the physical details as historically established, while remaining ambiguous and unsettling ""(Sean O'Hagan in The Guardian, 1 dec 2011)". Signed by Author(s). Artikel-Nr. P #007