Cocaine True Cocaine Blue <br>Eugene Richard
Cocaine True Cocaine Blue <br>Eugene Richard
Cocaine True Cocaine Blue <br>Eugene Richard
Cocaine True Cocaine Blue <br>Eugene Richard
Cocaine True Cocaine Blue <br>Eugene Richard
Cocaine True Cocaine Blue <br>Eugene Richard
Cocaine True Cocaine Blue <br>Eugene Richard
Cocaine True Cocaine Blue <br>Eugene Richard
Cocaine True Cocaine Blue <br>Eugene Richard
Cocaine True Cocaine Blue <br>Eugene Richard

Cocaine True Cocaine Blue
Eugene Richard

Aperture, 1994
First edition
Softcover, 112 pages, 230 x 305 mm
Condition: Good. Creases and minor shelf wear to covers. Interior in very good condition.

 

Eugene Richards’ wrenching photographic study of the culture of cocaine in three inner-city neighborhoods [East New York, North Philadelphia, and the Red Hook Housing Project in Brooklyn] is an in-depth and intimate look at the embattled lives of addicts, drug dealers and sex workers. It provides a shocking and heartrending picture of the damage inflicted by the drug.

Accompanying the photographs are Richards's personal observations and interviews that give voice to the afflicted communities. Richards captures how drugs threaten the very fabric of our society, be it through lives lost to addiction, gang gunfire, AIDS from shared needles, or crime.

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