Artist: Gregg Felsen
Title: "Slab City"
Description: Archival color pigment photographic print, edition 1 of 10, Unframed.
Print Dimensions: 24 x 36"
Framing is available upon request (see image)
Other print sizes are available upon request
Slab City is an unregulated squatter settlement just two miles southeast of the Salton Sea in Imperial County near Niland, California. It took its name from the concrete slabs that remained from an abandoned World War II Marine training facility named Camp Dunlap.
Fewer than 200 permanent residents live at Slab City but several thousand occupy the site during the winter months. The community has no electricity, running water, sewers, trash or postal service but is home to an open-air nightclub known as The Range, a library, church, and art garden comprised of an assemblage of discarded and recycled materials.
"Slab City" by Gregg Felsen
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