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Drive by Hagen / by Stephen Dupont
Bib ID 7249924
Format BookBook [still image, volume]
Author
Dupont, Stephen, 1967- photographer, artist
 
Description [Austinmer, NSW] : Stephen Dupont, 2016 
124 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 22 x 32 cm 
Summary

Mount Hagen is the capital of Papua New Guinea's Western Highlands Province and the country's third largest city, but this book of landscape format documentary photographs, taken mainly from a vehicle, shows the city and its environs not as a highly developed urban centre but as an unruly, predominantly rural place. The roads are nearly all unpaved, the buildings mainly tin sheds and vernacular concrete block constructions, with people on the move in nearly every picture. The overwhelming impression is of a place with an extraordinarily vibrant street life.

Notes

"A Bordertown book."

Printed by Momento Pro with pigment inks on Japanese washi paper (kozo 110 gsm) made from mulberry fibre.

Limited edition of five copies.

National Library of Australia's copy is an artist's proof.

Binding

Single sided concertina bound with separate front and back pictorial boards. 

Subjects Cities -- Papua New Guinea -- Pictorial works.  |  Papuans -- Papua New Guinea -- Western Highlands Province -- Pictorial works.  |  Street life -- Papua New Guinea -- Pictorial works.  |  Artists' books -- Australia.  |  Mount Hagen (Papua New Guinea) -- Pictorial works.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Momento Pro, printer
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