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Zones of Exclusion: Pripyat and Chernobyl (Anglais) Relié – 1 septembre 2003

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Relié, 1 septembre 2003
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Extraordinary Work 10 octobre 2003
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
I won't endeavor to describe this book any more than Amazon's editors. But, I will say that I've collected photography books for close to twenty years and this is one of the most beautiful I've seen. The work is extraordinary, both disquieting and alluring at the same time. Polidori's composition, use of color and eye for detail is indicative of not only classic artistic stylisation, but a sensitive soul as well. This is truly brilliant work!
9 internautes sur 9 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
An amazing documentation of places abandoned (not by choice). 31 octobre 2005
Par Doctor Trance - Publié sur Amazon.com
Robert Polidori has captured in large format, cities which have now become ghost towns, due to the most devastating of nuclear accidents. The colors are muted in the photographs as they are in real life, with everything that's left covered in dirt, debris, and rubble. There may never be a full clean-up because of the radiation still present, which would put people at risk, and the fact that it will never be rebuilt anyway. It appears most of the shots were taken during cloudy days, and I am wondering if the mood would have been emphasized a tad further had some warmer light shined into the interiors.

The story of what happened is barely touched upon, but this book is a photo representation of what is left behind, and not a story about what happened. I have no problem looking elsewhere to find the history of the accident, and think the book stands alone as a stunning pictorial depiction of what can go wrong in the nuclear age. One of my favorite photo books in any genre.
7 internautes sur 11 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
An admirable photo book 18 mai 2006
Par Neurasthenic - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The photos are poetic, well composed and beautifully printed. Those interested in images of Chernobyl, or in architectural photography, will find this worthwhile.

However, the book contains almost no text, and this weakens it. There is no discussion of the places shown in the photographs, or what happened in each setting. There is no pairing of before and after photographs. There is no discussion of how, technically, Polidori took the photographs. I would have preferred to see all three of these things.

There are other sources, of course. A recent issue of National Geographic used the 20th anniversary of the disaster as its cue to cover this ground (and with some very similar photos too). However, this was a missed chance by Polidori.

Also, I found the array of photographs of little houses being reclaimed by the forest to be less interesting than Polidori probably expected. The urban photos were much more compelling.
Highly recommend! 29 avril 2015
Par Eye Deal Optical Sales - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Scratched the curiosity itch with Pripyat. Highly recommend!
Five Stars 1 décembre 2014
Par Visione Photo - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The Best Book!
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