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Philip Jarmain's American Beauty: Photographing Detroit In Decay

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Updated: 28 January 2016
The Lee Plaza by architect Charles Noble, 1929. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2011, Epson archival print on Dibond 40”x54”, edition 1 of 10. Image courtesy of the artist.
Michigan Central by architects Reed and Stem, Warren and Wetmore, 1913. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2010, Epson archival print on Dibond 40” x 54”, edition 1 of 10. Image courtesy of the artist.
Vanity Ballroom by architect Charles N. Agree, 1929. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2011, Epson archival print on Dibond 40”x54”, edition 1 of 10. Image courtesy of the artist.
Michigan Theatre by architects Rapp and Rapp, 1926. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2013, Epson archival print on Dibond 58”x78”, edition 1 of 5. Image courtesy of the artist.
The Farwell Building by architects Bonnah & Chaffee, the Russel Wheel and Foundry Company, and Tiffany Studios of New York, 1915. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2011, Epson archival print on Dibond 40”x54”, edition 1 of 10. Image courtesy of the artist.
Woodward Presbyterian by architect Sidney Rose Badgley, 1908. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2013, Epson archival print on Dibond 58”x78”, edition 1 of 5. Image courtesy of the artist.
Belle Isle Aquarium by architect Albert Kahn, 1904. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2011, Epson archival print on Dibond 58”x78”, edition 1 of 5. Image courtesy of the artist.
Basement of the Book Cadillac Hotel by architect Louis Kamper, 1924. Photography by Philip Jarmain, 2012, Epson archival print on Dibond 58” x 78”, edition 1 of 5. Image courtesy of the artist.
Basement of the Book Cadillac Hotel No. 2 by architect Louis Kamper, 1924. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2012, Epson archival print on Dibond 58”x78”, edition 1 of 5. Image courtesy of the artist.
Fisher Body Plant No. 21 by architect Albert Kahn 1919. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2012, Epson archival print on Dibond 40”x54”, edition 1 of 10. Image courtesy of the artist.
Mackenzie High School by architect Wirt C Roland, Smith Group 1927. Demolished in 2012. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2011, Epson archival print on Dibond 40”x54”, edition 1 of 10. Image courtesy of the artist.
The David Whitney Building by architect Graham, Burnham & Co., 1915. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2013, Epson archival print on Dibond 58”x78”, edition 1 of 5. Image courtesy of the artist.
East Town Theatre by architect V.J. Waiver, 1930. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2011, Epson archival print on Dibond 40”x54”, edition 1 of 10. Image courtesy of the artist.
East Town Theatre Exterior by architect V.J. Waiver, 1930. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2011, Epson archival print on Dibond 40”x78”, edition 1 of 10. Image courtesy of the artist.
Highland Park Police Station by architect Van Leyen, Schilling & Keough, 1917. Demolished 2012. Philip Jarmain, 2011, Epson archival print on Dibond 40”x54”, edition 1 of 10. Image courtesy of the artist.
Ford Motor Company Model T Headquarters by architects Albert Kahn and Edward Gray 1910. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2013, Epson archival print on Dibond 40”x54”, edition 1 of 10. Image courtesy of the artist.
The German House by architects Louis and Paul Kamper 1928. Photograph by Philip Jarmain, 2012, Epson archival print on Dibond 40”x54”, edition 1 of 10. Image courtesy of the artist.