New [Barrio Photographs from Chicago's Pilsen and Little Village]
Visual narratives that are surreal and dreamlike haunting and mythic Others like those D’Amato took while shadowing graffiti dreamlike haunting and mythic Others like those D’Amato took while shadowing graffiti in the subway are far immediate and improvisational With A Foreword By Author foreword by author Dybek that places D’Amato’s work in the context of the Pilsen and Little Village that Dybek has lsewhere captured so memorably this book offers a penetrating Her Stolen Past (Family Reunions evocative and overall streetwise portrait of two iconic andnduring Hispanic neighborhoo. To know the area’s Mexican residents better he was allowed to take intimate photos of people at work families at weddings and parties and ven gang members Barrio collects ninety of these striking color images along with D’Amato’s Fascinating Account Of His Time Photographing fascinating account of his time photographing Chicago and his acceptance often grudging after threatened violence into the heart of the city’s Mexican community Some of the photos here are beautifully composed and startling. .
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In 1988 photographer Paul D’Amato was driving around Chicago with his camera when he decided to follow Halsted Street into Pilsen the when he decided to follow Halsted Street into Pilsen the largest Mexican neighborhood Intrigued by the barrio and neighboring Little Village he began to take photographs and would continue to do so off and on for the next fourteen years D’Amato started with the public life of the neighborhood women and children in the streets open fire hydrants and graffiti But later after he got. ,