Text: Max Kozloff
Publisher: Contrasto/Fabrica, Rome , 2007, First Edition, First Printing
Hardcover in pictorial boards with silver obi, 28x21 cm, 128 Pages
Condition: New (still in the publisher's original shrinkwrap)
Jessica Dimmock in his first monograph documents the life of a group of addicts who live into an apartment of a former millionaire in a wealthy neighborhood in downtown Manhattan. This project documents the terrible consequences of heroin abuse though the images of the residents of this flat leading up to their eviction and follows many of them after as they face jail and sickness, fight and love, attempt to get clean, sink deeper into addiction, go to prison, start families and struggle to survive in a chaotic atmosphere.
Cited in Parr/Badger, The Photobook: A History Vol.III, Pages 96-97