SIEBER, Oliver. Imaginary Club.

(No place): GwinZegal / BohmKobayashi, 2013. First edition. Quarto. Unpaginated. The amazing final cut of Oliver Sieber’s long-term project, Imaginary Club is an 430-page juxtaposition of black-and-white images and colour portraits. Sieber has captured the ultimate documentation of recent youth scenes and subcultures in his colour portraits which are traditional head-to-chest shots. The images show teddy boys, skinheads, punks, goths and rockabillys from cities such as Los Angeles, New York, Tokyo, Cologne, Toronto, Osaka and Schw√§bisch Hall. The combination of clothes, hairstyles, tattoos and accessories is almost like a code. The volume also includes grainy black-and-white photographs of the streets and places where the photographer met each individual in the book. A fine copy published in a limited edition of 500 copies. A remarkable visual dictionary of 21st Century youth culture.


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