Aftermath: World Trade Center Archive
Joel MeyerowitzISBN: 0714846554; 978-0-71484-655-2;
After September 11th, 2001, the Ground Zero site in New York City was classified as a crime scene and only those directly involved in the recovery efforts were allowed inside. The press was also prohibited from the site, but with the help of the Museum ofthe City of New York and sympathetic city officials, award-winning photographer Joel Meyerowitz managed to obtain unlimited access. By ingenuity and sheer determination, he was the only photographer granted unimpeded right of entry into Ground Zero. Fr 9 months, during the day and night, Meyerowitz photographed "the pile," as the World Trade Center came to be known, and the over 800 people a day that were working in it. Influenced by Walker Evans and Dorothea Lange's work for the Farm Security Adminisration during the Great Depression, he knew that if he didn't make a photographic record of the unprecedented recovery efforts, "there would be no history." ...
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