For their second collaborative photographic book, Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb, are exploring the legendary city of Rochester, home of Eastman Kodak Company for 125 years. Published by Radius Books, Memory City, is an elegy to the city’s past and contemporary history. It’s also a tribute to Kodachrome, the now discontinued color film, which Alex Webb has been using for 30 years along with many other photographers.
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