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Abandoned Lebanon

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Abandoned Lebanon

The abandoned mansion of a former prime minister, one of the most remarkable buildings in Zokak el-Blat, Beirut, a once glorious hotel now bearing its war wounds, a 17th-century palace in Deir El Qamar, and a stunning yet unfinished passion project, where each arch of the structure reflects a different civilisation, a sublime abandoned 14th-century hammam, the Tripoli International Fair complex, an ensemble built by Oscar Niemeyer that fell into disrepair before it was even finished, deserted buildings, grandiose dilapidated architecture ...
Civil wars, lack of consideration for a heritage in danger, the Beirut port explosion ... time has done its work on many of Lebanon's architectural gems.
An exceptional photographic report.

About the author










James Kerwin, a British born photographer who was living in Norwich until January 2019, has spent the last seven years composing images of once thriving buildings that are now dilapidated, hidden, or completely forgotten. Having stumbled across architecture photography in late 2013, James has been shooting inside abandoned spaces and hidden interiors across the world ever since.

Product details

Authors Kerwin James, James Kerwin, Kerwin James
Publisher Jonglez
 
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 31.10.2021
 
EAN 9782361955083
ISBN 978-2-36195-508-3
No. of pages 222
Dimensions 230 mm x 290 mm x 20 mm
Weight 1363 g
Subjects Humanities, art, music > Art > General, dictionaries
Travel > Illustrated books > Middle East

Fotografie, Libanon, Abandoned, eintauchen

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