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Title: AUTOPIA. Cars and Culture
Description: London, Reaktion Books, 2002. 1st edition 400 pp. softcover. Oversized (21,5 x 25 cm), richly illustrated book. The reach of the car today is almost universal, and its effect on landscapes, cityscapes, cultures is profound. Cars have brought benefits to individuals in terms of mobility and expanded horizons, but the cost has been very high in terms of damage to the environment and the consumption of precious resources. Despite the growing belief that a Faustian price is now being paid for the freedom cars have bestowed on us, we are none the less manufacturing them in ever greater numbers.Autopia is the first book to explore the culture of the motor car in the widest possible sense. Featuring newly commissioned essays by writers, critics, historians, artists and film-makers, as well as reprinting key texts, it examines the effect of the car throughout the world very good condition

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Price: EUR 17.50 = appr. US$ 19.02 Seller: Antiquariaat Van Veen
- Book number: 68683