Ken Schles (US, b. 1960) made his name in 1990 with the influential and now classic photo book Invisible City. His books are discribed as 'intellectual milestones in photography' (Süddeutsche Zeitung); 'hellishly briliant' (The New Yorker) and 'a rare gem' (1000 Words Photography). His work is included in private and public collections such as MoMA, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Brooklyn Museum and The Art Institute of Chicago, among others.
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