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The 9 Eyes of Google Street View by Jon Rafman
The 9 Eyes of Google Street View by Jon Rafman
The 9 Eyes of Google Street View by Jon Rafman
The 9 Eyes of Google Street View by Jon Rafman
The 9 Eyes of Google Street View by Jon Rafman
The 9 Eyes of Google Street View by Jon Rafman
The 9 Eyes of Google Street View by Jon Rafman

The 9 Eyes of Google Street View by Jon Rafman

€27,00

The Nine Eyes of Google Street View
by Jon Rafman
Introduction by Jon Rafman
Poem by Guillaume Aubry

Collection Follow Me, Collecting Images Today
English and French
167 mm x 240 mm
160 pages
Graphic design by Renaud Othnin-Girard
ISBN 978-2-36568-001-1
First publication : November 2011

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🇬🇧 [About]
Jean Boîte Editions is pleased to present the first monographic book of Jon Rafman’s work based on his study The Nine Eyes of Google StreetView.
Three years ago, the artist began to stroll around the free world within the eyes of Goggle Street View and captured images inspired both by photojournalism and fantasizing.
In this exhaustive publication, Jon Rafman’s work is shown throughout 160 bilingual pages and accompanied by an original text by the architect and artist Guillaume Aubry. 

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🇨🇵 [À propos] 
Jean Boîte éditions est heureuse de présenter la publication de la première monographie de Jon Rafman issue de son projet The Nine Eyes of Google Street View.
Depuis trois ans, l’artiste arpente derrière son écran les rues du monde libre à travers l’œil de Google et capture des images qui oscillent entre onirisme et photojournalisme.
Dans cette publication exhaustive, le travail de Jon Rafman est mis en relief dans un ouvrage de 160 pages, bilingue, en couleur, et accompagné d’un texte critique de l’architecte et artiste Guillaume Aubry.