Robert George | Harmony Rats (4th Printing)

Robert George | Harmony Rats (4th Printing)

$18.00 — Sold out

52 pages
black and white
7 x 8.5 in
perfect bound, taped spine, dust jacket

Fourth edition of 50

Robert F. George is a photographer who has been documenting the town of Brattleboro, Vermont for the past four decades. These images were taken of teens hanging out in the Harmony Parking Lot and on Flat Street between the years of 1999 and 2001. The portraits of ravers, punks and other loiterers in this book give us a glimpse into a very specific time and place but also an epoch of youth relatable to many.

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