This stunning publication presents a photographic fable rooted firmly in the realities of Madrid's largest public park, Casa de Campo, which sprawls five times the size of Central Park. Antonio M. Xoubanovawandered the paths of this urban woodland observing people, animals and objects as he ventured into unfamiliar territory. With accompanying text by Luis Lopez, this book posits that for any researcher, archeologist or photographer, their findings will always be the same: someone was here, somebody did this, stuff happens here. Thanks to the brilliant Mack (London).
144 pages, 15 x 21 cm, hardcover, MACK (London).