Tag: Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre
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I’ve posted photos from Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre before but there are a few photos posted on The New York Times Lens blog that I have never seen, including the photo of Westlake Theatre above. The Lens blog talks briefly with the photo duo and finds out how they started working together and how […]


Isn’t this a beautiful picture of the famous Loew’s Kings Theater (now abandoned) in Brooklyn? It’s just one of several abandoned theaters that Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre have photographed in their Theaters series.


I’ve posted about the photos of abandoned Detroit from Yves Marchand & Romain Meffre previously but I had no idea that the two of them also ventured to Germany to document the industrial decay going on there as well. In their series, Eastern Industries, Yves and Romain offer a glimpse of Germany unlike those seen […]


There’s been lots of news lately about the rapidly declining quality of life in Detroit, a once-booming industrial city that is now almost completely abandoned. I’ve already posted about an incident of a dead body left unattended for about a month in the middle of Detroit’s downtown area and a video that shows the quietness […]