This image of a dilapidated clock is among the 72 color photographs in Andrew Moore ’79’s book “Detroit Disassembled,” with text by Moore and Philip Levine, to be published by Damiani and the Akron Art Museum in April. Moore’s visual exploration of Detroit’s decline includes landscapes of windowless grand hotels, vast barren factory floors, collapsing churches, and city blocks claimed by prairie grass. The Detroit photographs also will be featured in upcoming exhibits at New York’s Tamburan Gallery, opening March 15, and at Amsterdam’s Reflex Gallery and Atlanta’s Jackson Fine Art, both opening March 26. Moore is a lecturer in visual arts at Princeton.