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Posted 11.15.12 | PERMALINK | ESSAY

Thomas Jorion: The Forgotten Line





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ABOUT THE ESSAY

The Forgotten Line
On Places, photographer Thomas Jorion documents la petite ceinture, the abandoned railway line that circles Paris, and remains the city's last great wasteland.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Thomas Jorion, a Paris photographer, documents urban ruins and condemned buildings, spaces that no longer serve the purposes for which they were built.
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