Richard Gilligan: DIY/Underground Skateparks por Jocko Weyland, Iain Borden, Richard Gilligan

Richard Gilligan: DIY/Underground Skateparks por Jocko Weyland, Iain Borden, Richard Gilligan

Titulo del libro: Richard Gilligan: DIY/Underground Skateparks

Autor: Jocko Weyland, Iain Borden, Richard Gilligan

Número de páginas: 160 páginas

Fecha de lanzamiento: April 21, 2014

ISBN: 3791349430

Editor: Prestel Publishing

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Jocko Weyland, Iain Borden, Richard Gilligan con Richard Gilligan: DIY/Underground Skateparks

A skateboarding book like no other, this collection of stunning color photographs from around the world reveals an authentic, unsentimental view of an often overglamorized subculture. The Irish photographer and skateboarder Richard Gilligan spent four years traveling through Europe and the US to photograph homemade skateparks. The resulting photographs are not your run-of-the-mill action shots filled with miraculous body moves, slashes, twists, and turns. Instead, Gilligan chooses to focus on the sport's "negative space": the out-of-the-way concrete embankments, nondescript suburban lots where kids come to practice, a simple wooden ramp so insubstantial that no one but a skateboarder would recognize its use. Many of these photographs can be appreciated as unique, if prosaic, landscapes, but Gilligan also populates his pictures with skaters at rest, smoking alone, hanging out together, or walking home, board in hand. The images offer a grittily beautiful tribute to the ineffable hunger that unites all skateboarders--young, old, rich, poor. In these photographs Gilligan realizes the act of skating represents more than a quest for glory, but a means of self expression.