von Rabenau Kai, Hrsg.
MONO.KULTUR #45 Richard Price - New York A.M.
Berlin (Deutschland): mono.kultur, 2018
(Zeitschrift, Magazin / Heft) 52 S., 20x15 cm, ISBN/ISSN 1861-7085
Techn. Angaben Drahtheftung, Titel in Silberprägung auf dem Cover, Text und Fotografien auf verschiedenem Papier gedruckt
ZusatzInformation When it comes to research, Richard Price adopts a hands-on approach: hanging out in different neighbourhoods, talking to strangers and going for ride-alongs with cops to see a darker side of the city. In many ways, it is this wide-eyed curiosity that allows his books to be read as time capsules of a New York in constant flux, revealing an uncanny understanding for knowing exactly what people want, need, envy and resent about the cities they inhabit. In a conversation peppered with anecdotes and bebop, Richard Price talked to mono.kultur about the need to live in order to write, working for Hollywood, and why hanging out is a professional matter. Visually, the conversation with Richard Price found its perfect sparring partner in a selection of images by cab driver turned photographer Joseph Rodriguez. And, just between us, we are proud to feature our very first ever foil embossed cover, in the honourable tradition of pulp novels.
Text von der Website.
Namen Richard Price
Stichwort Dramaturgie / Drehbuch / Fernsehen / Fotografie / Interview / Literatur / New York / Regie / Screenplay / Stadtleben
TitelNummer 026631737 Einzeltitelanzeige (URI)