A Summer In Pittsburgh - Andrew Borowiec

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32 pp / 190 x 230mm
Staple Bound
Fedrigoni paper
First edition of 100


In the Rust Belt, America's post-industrial heartland, many communities have struggled to adapt to changing circumstances provoked by the demise of manufacturing. Pittsburgh is often cited as a city that has overcome its industrial heritage, cleaned up its environment, and successfully made the transition to a business, finance and service-based economy. In the summer of 2003 I set out to photograph the evidence of that transformation. What I found was complicated, and ambiguous.


FIELD NOTES is a series of affordable zines showcasing photography projects which explore our relationship with 'place'.