I Know How Furiously Your Heart is Beating is Alec Soth‘s first book since a self-imposed “why am I doing this?” hiatus, and while it’s all very Sothian, it’s also different somehow from his previous work, more personal, more intimate… but let me share the unboxing video before I get to far into it…Continue reading “Alec Soth – ‘I Know How Furiously Your Heart is Beating’”
Black Garden is Jason Eskenazi’s long-awaited sequel to Wonderland, and was the Charcoal Photobook of the Month selection for May 2019.Continue reading “Jason Eskenzai – ‘Black Garden’”
Vanessa Winship’s Seeing the Light of Day is the fifth B-Sides Box Set, and it’s a winner.Continue reading “Vanessa Winship – ‘Seeing the Light of Day’ B-Sides Box Set”
Erik Kessles was a strange choice for the fourth B-Sides Box. If you’re unfamiliar, Kessels is an artist that works with photography, largely found, partially produced by KesselsKramer. I sadly missed his 2011 exhibition ’24 Hrs in Photos’ and his series of books of found photography In almost every picture, but I was aware of them, and admire the project. It’s just that the first two B-Sides Boxes featured work from Artists who use cameras to make art, and Kessels uses photography itself…
I’m not complaining… Honest.Continue reading “Erik Kessels – ‘Notes On Accidents’ B-Sides Box Set”
NSFW. Fair warning: there is full frontal nudity and whatnot through most of the book. It’s not prurient, or doesn’t seem meant to be: this isn’t a pornographic book.* Think Francesca Woodman rather than Larry Flynt.
Disclaimer out of the way, let’s get to the book.Continue reading “Marianne Müller – ‘A Part of My Life’”
I spotted Rebecca Norris Webb’s The Glass Between Us: Reflections on Urban Creatures in a local Half Price Books store, signed, for $70, if I recall. At the time (and before, and still) it was a load of money to drop all at once, but I just couldn’t resist.Continue reading “Rebecca Norris Webb – ‘The Glass Between Us’”