Marcel Koeleman: The Ford Road

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After the historic fire of Detroit in 1805, a new cityplan was designed with avenues radiating from the centre. Michigan Avenue became one of the ‘spokes’ and was continued by Ford Road. This Ford Road is a tribute to the founding father of the automotive industry in Detroit: William Ford, the father of Henry Ford. As a tribute to this endeavour and being interested if it would be possible to ‘sample’ this city in decline, I made a cross section of Detroit in photographs on my rented yellow bike cycling from the city centre westwards alongside the Ford Road. Detroit shows itself as in annual rings on a cut tree: these are the ‘inner images’ of Detroit.

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title

The Ford Road. A cross section of Detroits rise and fall and rise in photographs.

photographer

Marcel Koeleman

text

Marcel Koeleman

design

Marcel Koeleman

publisher

Free Musketeers

ISBN

9789048439638

year

2016

binding

softcover

size

20 x 13 cm

pages

90

language

English

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