Landmark (Daylight Books, Spring 2015) by artists and collaborators J.W. Fisher and J.T. Leonard is a photographic body of work generated over the last five years to explore the contemporary post-industrial landscape of three quintessential American cities – Pontiac and Detroit, Michigan and Toledo, Ohio. All three of these cities are located in the “Rust Belt,” a phrase coined in the 1980s to describe economic decline, population loss, and urban decay in America’s once powerful industrial sector.
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