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No Vacancy By Bill Helmuth
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Dr Desmond Lynch, a pioneering Cardiologist and his wife, who live in Chicago are driving to a Medical convention in New Orleans to receive a prestigious award when they are sucked into a... More > blinding blizzard in Springfield , Mo. They spot a green VACANCY sign and pull into the Maple Motor Court. Dr Lynch opens the office door. Mac sees a tall black man, damns his luck and flips the red NO. Improbably the Lynchs find Rev Smith the pastor of a black church who rescues them from the clutches of the KKK. Back from New Orleans, Dr Lynch searches through the Springfield Court House records and moldy boxes in Rev. Smith's church basement, discovering evidence in a Civil War Mansion graveyard that Lynch and Mac are distant blood relatives. That kills Mac and the Lynchs inherit the Maple Motor Court with its ghastly past.< Less
VACANCY By Hamish Robertson
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11 digitally printed photographs documenting one hour in New York City in February of 1998. Shot on 35mm film predominantly at 1,337 feet above street level at the top of the original World Trade... More > Center observation roof. Now in its second edition, VACANCY was the winner of the 2011 MountZine Photo Book contest in Tokyo, Japan.< Less
No Vacancy By Brian Holliday
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Friday 11-9 through 11-25 2007 NO VACANCY- A solo exhibit by Brian Holliday, featuring large-scale photographs that document the remains of the "national tourism movement" which preoccupied... More > the conscious of the American automobile enthusiast through the 1950's. This stunning,relevant body of work examines notions of leisure, national identity and asks questions about the effects of this particular tourist industry on these locations and our collective culture.< Less
VACANCIES By ERIC LUNDE
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I was fortunate enough to work in an underutilized government building in Eau Claire, WI. Scattered throughout the basement were various rooms filled with idle office furniture and abandoned rehab... More > work. I took these photos, hoping to capture the environment as one of abandonment and anticipation.< Less
Vacances By françoise marraud des grottes
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Vacances By françoise marraud des grottes
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Vacancy By Esther Cavendish
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Una piccola parentesi sulla società medio-alta nell'Inghilterra del diciannovesimo secolo.
The Job Vacancy By william saint
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The Job Vacancy It is a small book discussing ways on how to find work.It also tells us what we need to do to get work and the preparations we need to make written by william saint
The Job Vacancy By william saint
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The Job Vacancy It is a small book discussing ways on how to find work.It also tells us what we need to do to get work and the preparations we need to make written by william saint
No Vacancy_2 By Jessica Hester
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The design of the lifestyle center brings up many questions regarding the discipline of architecture. The question that continues to loom over the research is a blatant one, why are these spaces... More > successful? Every piece of the lifestyle center has been implanted. By completion, it appears as though all the new plants and greenery were there all along and the architecture simply ‘placed’ itself around it. As the architects of modernity, we must tell the truth to the public. There is no longer the need for these ludicrous spaces for society to participate in the excessive consumption of goods; it simply compounds the economic difficulties we are already facing. We no longer need to be limited by the ways of the past; we simply need to let the buildings tell their own story…the truth. This project cannot begin to explain the aesthetics of this shift in the process of design, but hopefully it addresses the deep desire to make these changes a priority within the discipline.< Less