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‘The Good Life: Palm Springs’ by Nancy Baron

¿Qué queda de un viaje cuando volvemos a nuestras casas? La fotógrafa Nancy Baron ha publicado ‘The Good Life‘, una monografía editada por Kehrer Verlag donde podemos ver la última serie de la fotógrafa americana. The Good Life retrata el día a día del dolce far niente contemporáneo, la alta sociedad americana que vive y descansa en Palm Springs, lugar de residencia y ocio situado en el Valle Coachella (California), entre Los Ángeles y San Diego. Piscinas, coches de paseo, estampados imposibles y campos de golf con palmeras. Baron declaraba para una entrevista en It’s Nice That que “Palm Spring es una ciudad resort americana e icónica cuyo nombre evoca una idea definida internacionalmente. Pero, aprendí que hay muchas más cosas que reconocer esta ciudad con la sofisticación de las grandes ciudades, incluyendo una historia rica y una cultura que es visualmente exótica y difícil de describir con palabras. Quería mostrar lo que yo veo.” Un recuerdo y una visión, algo que quedará en nuestras retinas hasta que podamos visitar el oasis en medio del desierto.

¿What remains from a trip when we get back home? Photographer Nancy Baron has published “The Good Life”, a monograph edited by Kehrer Verlag in which we can see the last work of the American photographer. The Good Life portraits the modern daily dolce far niente, the American high society who lives in Palm Springs, a place of residence and leisure in the Coachella Valley (California), between Los Angeles and San Diego. Swimming pools, luxury cars, impossible prints and golf courses with palms. Baron stated in a It’s Nice That interview that “Palm Spring it’s an iconic American resort town whose name conjures a defined idea internationally – but I quickly learned that there’s so much more than I realized to this small town with big city sophistication, including a rich history and a culture that’s visually exotic and hard to describe in words. I wanted to show what I see”. A memory and a view, something that will always be in our mind until we visit the oasis in the middle of the desert.

¿What remains from a trip when we get back home? Photographer Nancy Baron has published “The Good Life”, a monograph edited by Kehrer Verlag in which we can see the last work of the American photographer. The Good Life portraits the modern daily dolce far niente, the American high society who lives in Palm Springs, a place of residence and leisure in the Coachella Valley (California), between Los Angeles and San Diego. Swimming pools, luxury cars, impossible prints and golf courses with palms. Baron stated in a It’s Nice That interview that “Palm Spring it’s an iconic American resort town whose name conjures a defined idea internationally – but I quickly learned that there’s so much more than I realized to this small town with big city sophistication, including a rich history and a culture that’s visually exotic and hard to describe in words. I wanted to show what I see”. A memory and a view, something that will always be in our mind until we visit the oasis in the middle of the desert.

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