New World Parkville

Title: New World Parkville

Photographer/s: Margarida Correia

Contributor/s: João Pinharanda (writer), Maria Glória de Sá (writer)

Date of publication: 2011

Place of publication: Lisbon, Portugal

Dimensions: 28 x 21 cm

Edition size: 750

Type of binding: Softcover

Number of pages: 126

Type of paper: couché matte, couché glossy, colorit rose, cyclus print

Number of pictures: 88

Type of printing: Offset

Printer: Maiadouro (PT)

Publisher: EDP Foundation

Designer: Francisco Laranjo (www.modesofcriticism.org)

Editor: Francisco Laranjo

Language: Portuguese and English

ISBN: 978-972-99898-8-9

Category: artist book

Price: $40

Summary: New World Parkville is a book that critically compiles and archives the latest work by artist Margarida Correia. It investigates the visual legacy and cultural traditions of Portuguese immigrants in Connecticut (US), by photographically documenting objects, photos and members of the local community.

Date and place of birth of photographer/s: 1972, Lisbon, Portugal

Website: www.margaridacorreia.com

Donated by: Margarida Correia

iPL Notes: This book was part of the New York Photo Awards competition 2012.

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