“the things that spell San Francisco to me are disappearing fast… I should have liked to have lived here then — color, excitement, power, freedom.” — from the film vertigo Delancey Street Press presents the publication of ‘Folsom Street Food Court’, the 2nd book from photographer Michael Rababy. His first book, “american bachelor”, documents the highs and lows of the single male between college and marriage. Folsom Street Food Court is a documentary photography monograph that captures San Francisco’s infamous Folsom Street Fair. The images feature people in various states of dress and undress meandering around the street fair food court. Rababy’s book covers 2 years shot a decade apart (2007 and 2017). Although the city of San Francisco has gentrified much over this span, the Folsom Street Fair seems to maintain its authenticity. notes from the author… “in these divided times, no matter where you come from or where you’re going, we all come together at the food court. wise men and established cultures know that it’s essential to snack while drinking alcohol. this book is dedicated to...
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