Last Call (only one copy)

by Judith Stenneken


Photographs: Judith Stenneken

Publisher: selfpublished by Blurb

80 pages

Pictures: 39 color

Year: 2010

Comments: hardcover with dust jacket, 20,5 x 25,5 cm

sold out

Photography Now Winner (by Blurb photobooks) 2010.

Judith was born in Gutersloh, Germany and received her photographic studies at the Ostkreuzschule for photography in Berlin. For this series, Judith captures the last days of a Berlin airport, Tempelhof Central, and presents a place, once vital and full of life, in it’s ghostly echoes of decline. As Youngna Park writes on the Hey Hot Shot blog, A woman with a loose ponytail looks lazily at a x-ray machine, but the security lines are empty and there’s nothing to be scanned. The bathroom lights have been shut off, the plants filling the main entrance hall are yellowed and dry, and an airplane in waiting is wrapped in plastic—rather corpse-like. One knows they’re looking at the eerie aftermath of a once lively party—a place at some point prized for its functionality and as an important junction for connection and innovation. It feels mournful to see it now, and to imagine what it will become in its fully closed state.


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Last Call (only one copy)

by Judith Stenneken


Photographs: Judith Stenneken

Publisher: selfpublished by Blurb

80 pages

Pictures: 39 color

Year: 2010

Comments: hardcover with dust jacket, 20,5 x 25,5 cm

sold out

Photography Now Winner (by Blurb photobooks) 2010.

Judith was born in Gutersloh, Germany and received her photographic studies at the Ostkreuzschule for photography in Berlin. For this series, Judith captures the last days of a Berlin airport, Tempelhof Central, and presents a place, once vital and full of life, in it’s ghostly echoes of decline. As Youngna Park writes on the Hey Hot Shot blog, A woman with a loose ponytail looks lazily at a x-ray machine, but the security lines are empty and there’s nothing to be scanned. The bathroom lights have been shut off, the plants filling the main entrance hall are yellowed and dry, and an airplane in waiting is wrapped in plastic—rather corpse-like. One knows they’re looking at the eerie aftermath of a once lively party—a place at some point prized for its functionality and as an important junction for connection and innovation. It feels mournful to see it now, and to imagine what it will become in its fully closed state.


more books tagged »documentary« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Last Call (only one copy)

by Judith Stenneken


Photographs: Judith Stenneken

Publisher: selfpublished by Blurb

80 pages

Pictures: 39 color

Year: 2010

Comments: hardcover with dust jacket, 20,5 x 25,5 cm

sold out

Photography Now Winner (by Blurb photobooks) 2010.

Judith was born in Gutersloh, Germany and received her photographic studies at the Ostkreuzschule for photography in Berlin. For this series, Judith captures the last days of a Berlin airport, Tempelhof Central, and presents a place, once vital and full of life, in it’s ghostly echoes of decline. As Youngna Park writes on the Hey Hot Shot blog, A woman with a loose ponytail looks lazily at a x-ray machine, but the security lines are empty and there’s nothing to be scanned. The bathroom lights have been shut off, the plants filling the main entrance hall are yellowed and dry, and an airplane in waiting is wrapped in plastic—rather corpse-like. One knows they’re looking at the eerie aftermath of a once lively party—a place at some point prized for its functionality and as an important junction for connection and innovation. It feels mournful to see it now, and to imagine what it will become in its fully closed state.


more books tagged »documentary« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com