Thursday, October 30, 2014

Mark Power Reports

I have admired and respected Brighton based photographer Mark Power's work ever since I saw, back in 1997, his beautifully realized series and bookwork The Shipping Forecast. Now, many books and projects later, Mark has produced his first self-published book Die Mauer ist Weg!
Mark talks about the book in his first ever newsletter which arrived in my mail box this morning.

 I’m about to release my first self-published book, 'Die Mauer ist Weg!', under my new imprint, Globtik Books. As many of you already know, I was in Berlin by mistake when the Wall fell and, after a quarter of a century, I’ve finally got around to publishing a book. Released on November 9th, the day of the 25th anniversary, the book can be ordered directly from my website bookshop. If you pre-order before the 9th you’ll get it for the reduced price of £25 (plus postage). On and after the release date it’ll cost £30. I should perhaps also mention that there are just 1,000 copies, and I’ve had a lot of pre-orders. This does, I realise, sound like blatant sales-speak, but I thought you should know.

Mark also talks about several other projects he's been working on...




Mark Power's website is packed with wonderful material and well worth a look HERE.

Friday, October 24, 2014

PARIS PHOTO - Artist's books and photography

For Paris Photo Sebastian Hau and Pierre Hourquet have curated an exhibition of art books published between the 1960s and today, all of which which emphasize photography. Since the release of “Twenty-six Gasoline Stations” in 1963 by the American artist Edward Ruscha, the reproduction of photographic images is one of the preferred media for numerous international artists such as Andy Warhol, John Baldessari, Gilbert & George, Hans-Peter Feldmann and many others. This new type of book, whether a multiple object, a limited edition or unlimited publication, directly designed by the authors, has been adopted and taken up since the 1980s by photographers and contemporary artists such as Richard Prince, Christopher Wool, Wolfgang Tillmans, Sophie Calle, Mike Kelley, Gerhard Richter, Christian Marclay or Anselm Kiefer.

There are 75 books in the exhibition, you can see the complete list on line HERE.

John Baldessari - Brutus Killed Caesar, 1976

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Richard Prince Sucks - artnet news writer Paddy Johnson tells it like it is

Richard Prince - New Portraits, installation view. Photo: Paddy Johnson

It's refreshing to read Paddy Johnson's review on artnet news of Richard Prince's Gagosian NYC show and discover a critic who refuses to slip into empty adoring description and is not afraid to say what she thinks.

Richard Prince has taken over the Gagosian showroom located behind their bookstore on Madison Avenue. He's filled the space with 38 portraits, each 65 by 48 inches, taken from his Instagram feed. It's a stark room populated by Internet pages, printed on canvas, enlarged, and hung tightly together. The most remarkable feature of the show is that the printouts are reflected perfectly in Gagosian's shiny floor. Thin offerings for anyone who is in possession of a brain.

Among the Instagram posts Prince has selected are topless images of models (including Cara Stricker), artists posing suggestively (including Kay Goldberg), and salacious portraits of celebrities known for being pretty (including Pamela Anderson, Elizabeth Scarlett Jagger, and Kate Moss). Underneath the images and comments, Prince shares his thoughts...
He writes under young singer-songwriter Sky Ferreira's portrait of herself in the passenger seat of a red sports car: “Enjoyed the ride today. Let's do it again. Richard."

This kind of sexism isn't okay, and in this exhibition it's pervasive. 

You can read the complete review on artnet news HERE. And go to the artnet news site HERE.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

René Burri, 1933 - 2014 RIP


Swiss photographer René Burri known for his photos of major political, historical and cultural events and key figures of the second half of the 20th century died on Monday aged 81. Burri was a member of Magnum Photos and has been photographing political, military and artistic figures and scenes since 1946. He has made portraits of Che Guevara and Pablo Picasso as well as iconic pictures of São Paulo and Brasília.

René Burri was born in Switzerland in 1933 where he learned to play with his father’s camera. By the time he was 20, he was already a trained photographer of the Zurich School of Arts and Crafts and began documenting life as a cadet during his two years in military service.
Only after this did he have some contact with formal photography studios and starting his own projects. Before long he was published in French magazine Science & Vie and embarked on a trip to Paris to personally show his work to Magnum Photos.
David Seymour co-founder of Magnum was so impressed that he made Burri an associate member of the agency and arranged further assignments for him.

René Burri was a master of colour as well as black and white photography, one of the great figures of 20th century photography”. A true gentleman, he will be sorely missed.

When in 2007 I made my bookwork A Short History of Photography I asked a number of the photographers to sign their pages. The book included a tribute to René Burri's famous picture of the men on the roof made in São Paulo, Brazil in 1960. René graciously wrote: Dear Harvey, some of us are luckier than others, you got a woman between two men, I had to "deal" with four men on a roof!! Thanks, René Burri.

René Burri - São Paulo, 1960

Monday, October 20, 2014

Garry Winogrand at Jeu De Paume, Paris

Garry Winogrand - New York 1962
The block-buster Garry Winogrand show organised by San Francisco MoMA and the National Gallery of Art, Washington opened at Jeu De Paume, Paris last week. Perfectly timed for Paris Photo, it will run until 8 February 2015.

The Jeu de Paume presents the first retrospective in twenty-five years of the great American photographer, Garry Winogrand (1928–1984), who chronicled America in the post-war years. Winogrand is still relatively unknown because he left his work unfinished at the time of his death, but he is unquestionably one of the masters of American street photography, on a par with Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander and William Klein.

Winogrand, who photographed “to see what the world looks like in photographs,” is famous for his photographs of New York and American life from the 1950s through the early 1980s.  “Garry Winogrand” brings together the artist’s most iconic images with newly printed photographs from his until now largely unexamined archive of late work, offering a rigorous overview of the photographer’s complete working life and revealing for the first time the full sweep of his career.

The photographs in the exhibition and the accompanying catalogue will create a vivid portrait of the artist, a chronicler of postwar America on a par with such figures as Norman Mailer and Robert Rauschenberg, who unflinchingly captured America’s wrenching swings between optimism and upheaval in the decades following World War II.

While Winogrand is widely considered to be one of the greatest photographers of the 20th century, his overall body of work and influence on the field remains incompletely explored. He was enormously prolific, but largely postponed the editing and printing of his work. Dying suddenly at the age of fifty-six, he left behind approximately 6,500 rolls of film (some 250,000 images) that he had never seen, as well as proof sheets from his earlier years that he had marked but never printed. Roughly half of the photographs in the exhibition have never been exhibited or published until now; over 100 have never before been printed.

“There exists in photography no other body of work of comparable size or quality that is so editorially unresolved,” says Rubinfien, who was among the youngest of Winogrand’s circle of friends in the 1970s. “This exhibition represents the first effort to comprehensively examine Winogrand’s unfinished work. It also aims to turn the presentation of his work away from topical editing and toward a freer organization that is faithful to his art’s essential spirit, thus enabling a new understanding of his oeuvre, even for those who think they know him.”

The exhibition is divided into three parts, each covering a broad variety of subjects found in Winogrand’s art : “Down from the Bronx” presents photographs taken for the most part in New York from his start in 1950 until 1971; “A Student of America” looks at work made in the same period during journeys outside New York; and “Boom and Bust” addresses Winogrand’s late period—from when he moved away from New York in 1971 until his death in 1984—with photographs from Texas and Southern California, as well as Chicago, Washington, Miami, and other locations. This third section also includes a small number of photographs Winogrand made on trips back to Manhattan, which express a sense of desolation unprecedented in his earlier work.

Winogrand was known as great talker with a flamboyant, forceful personality, and what he said accompanying his slide shows and lectures was often imaginative and very funny. Excerpts from a video made in 1977 will allow visitors to experience the living Winogrand.

The Guardian's Sean O'Hagan talks about Winogrand - the restless genius who gave street photography attitude - and the show HERE.

Garry Winogrand - New York 1960

Friday, October 17, 2014

Ed Ruscha - Auction record

Ed Ruscha - Double Standard, 1969

In their October 12 Modern Art and Design Auction Los Angeles Modern Auctions achieved  a new world auction record for the highest amount ever paid for any print by Ed Ruscha. Bidding drove the final price for Ruscha’s Double Standard, 1969, (Lot 75 est. $50,000 – 70,000) to $206,250.

In the same sale, LAMA also set new world records for Mike Kelley, and Robert Mapplethorpe, plus selling works by John Baldessari above pre-sale estimates.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

PHOTOBOOKSTORE UK - October photobook delights

UK's PHOTOBOOKSTORE always has an action packed mailing each month and October is no exception. Here are a few books that caught my eye.

Susanne Otterberg - No More Junk Mail Please
I could never have dreamed that my grandmother would become demented. She was always so alert, stubborn and strong. The book is about how she and I journeyed into a new world. She gave me the name Jens and was disappointed in me because I no longer came to visit her. Instead it was this Jens who was there helping her. I photographed her the whole time to try to understand what was happening inside her head, and it was also a way to handle my grief over losing her.

Jim Goldberg - Rich and Poor
From 1977 to 1985, Goldberg photographed the wealthy and destitute of San Francisco, creating a visual document that has since become a landmark work. Through the combination of text and photographs, Rich and Poor's mass appeal was instantly recognizable. In 1984 the series was exhibited alongside Robert Adams and Joel Sternfeld in the "Three Americans" exhibition at MoMA, and was published the following year by Random House. Out of print since 1985, Jim Goldberg's Rich and Poor has been completely re-designed and expanded by the artist for Steidl. Available for the first time in hardcover, Rich and Poor builds upon the classic combination of photographs and handwriting and adds a surplus of vintage material and contemporary photographs that have never been published or exhibited. The photographs in Rich and Poor constitute a shocking and gripping portrait of America during the 70's and 80's that remains just as relevant today. A Steidl reprint, 2014.

Olga Matveeva - Feud
Feud is the fraternal war in which the opposition parties often can’t explain its roots and its prime cause. It is some kind of certain sacral action reproducing itself. Actually it is very difficult to be aside of the situation. There is no chance not to react for information provocations, current news and you can’t avoid looking at falling down of Lenin’s monument, when you are in the center of events. The strategic lie generates aggression, and you inevitably become its partner.

The dissonance between common sense and reality is out of any understanding.
Feud is a category of intimate space. Close people who share common bed and who have common past, suddenly become real enemies. Everyone prepares his own concealed plan and builds the strategy of envision. Who started this provocation and what is the source of its nature? You are becoming dependent on it, as if it is some kind of a drug. You feel yourself as an animal in a cage, but you can’t jump out. War and hate here look like a passion, just like the filling and identification of yourself using your counterpart.

You can see a whole lot more HERE.

Monday, October 13, 2014

PARIS PHOTO - SUPER LABO book signings


Here are the SUPER LABO photobook signings scheduled so far for PARIS PHOTO 2014.
Thursday November 13
5-6 PM - HOW HUMANS MADE GOD by Harvey Benge
6-7 PM - NEW DOCUMENTARY by Takashi Homma     
Friday November 14
4-5 PM - NOIA by Antoine d'Agata
6-7 PM - KARAOKE SUNNE by JH Engström and Margot Wallard
Saturday November 15
3-4 PM - GLIMPSE by Joel Meyerowitz
4-5 PM - NOIA by Antoine d’Agata
6-7 PM - NEW DOCUMENTARY by Takashi Homma
Sunday November 16
2-3 PM - HOW HUMANS MADE GOD by Harvey Benge

Antoine d'Agata - NOIA

Antoine d'Agata - NOIA

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

How Humans Made God, my new bookwork from SUPER LABO

Japanese publisher SUPER LABO has just released my new photobook, How Humans Made God. 
The title of this bookwork – How Humans Made God – came from a lecture given by the controversial New Zealand theologian Sir Lloyd Geering at the Auckland Writers Festival in 2013. Geering presented his idea that man has invented God and in saying this he rejects the notion that God is a supernatural being who created and continues to look over the world. My book is not about how humans made God but simply a series of pictures that are open to interpretation and are united in their inability to actually explain anything. This work considers the oneness of things where in many respects everything and nothing is God. I am interested in not prioritizing one thing over another which occurs when disparate pictures are placed together in a photo book. It is my hope therefore that this series of pictures will set a stage for the possibility of invention and lead to thoughts of what do we believe and why the world is the way it is.

Printed in a limited edition of 500 copies, each book comes with one of five, each different, signed and numbered C prints, 15 x 10 cm. The book is an offset printed, cloth-bound, hardcover edition, 17.7 x 25 cm, 76 pages with 66 images.  

The book is available direct from SUPER LABO and also at PARIS PHOTO where I will be doing a book signing 5-6pm Thursday Nov 13 and 2-3pm Sunday Nov 16.

Other new books available from SUPER LABO at Paris Photo include editions from Takashi Homma, Ed Templeton, Jim Goldberg, Joel Meyerowitz, Antoine d'Agata, JH Engström and Margot Wallard.

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Jörg Colberg - Conscientious Portfolio Competition 2014

Jörg Colberg has just announced the call for entries in the 2014 incarnation of his Conscientious Portfolio Competition.
The Conscientious Portfolio Competition (CPC), which is now in its sixth year, is free to enter. It always has been, it always will be. There are no costs involved other than the time it takes to select and send in your work. CPC is aimed at emerging photographers. Photographers not represented by a gallery will get preferential treatment. However, the quality of the work itself plays the most important role.

This year to determine the winner(s) there are two guest judges joining Jörg, curators Arianna Rinaldo and Thomas Weski.

CPC happens in two stages. The first stage is the submission stage. where photographers are asked to send in their application via email. The deadline for this is 31 October 2014, 11:59pm ET.

From the pool of submissions, 25 candidates will be picked for the second round. The photographers in this pool will receive an email, and they will have to send in ten jpeg images.
The winner(s) of the competition will have their work featured on the  Conscientious website, presented in the form of an extended conversation.

Full details can be found HERE on the Conscientious site.

This is an exceptional opportunity to have work seen by Jörg Colberg (and potentially Arianna Rinaldo and Thomas Weski) who in my opinion has an unequaled  level of knowledge, taste and credibility. What's more this Portfolio Competition is FREE unlike other offerings where participants have to front up with hefty $ to have their work seen by reviewers whose opinion often doesn't count for much.

Conscientious Photography Magazine is a website dedicated to contemporary fine-art photography. It offers profiles of photographers, in-depth interviews, photobook reviews, and general articles about photography and related issues.
Founder and editor Jörg M. Colberg began publishing Conscientious in 2002. American Photo included Colberg in their list of “Photography Innovators of 2006,” writing “a new generation of thought leaders has emerged to give photographers and photography fans new avenues of information.”
In addition to working on Conscientious, Colberg has contributed articles/essays to magazines and artist monographs (such as Hellen Van Meene’s Tout va disparaître). He has served on review panels and has reviewed portfolios at various locations.
Colberg is a professor of photography at Hartford Art School/University of Hartford.

Monday, October 6, 2014

BRIGHTON PHOTO BIENNIAL UK's largest photography festival opened this last weekend

Brighton Photo Biennial, the UK’s largest international photography festival, returns for its sixth edition. For BPB14, they break with the single curator model and instead are working in close partnership with a host of regional, national and international collaborators to develop a series of new projects on the theme of Communities, Collectives and Collaboration. BPB14 embraces novel perspectives and fresh approaches to generate commissions, new work and represent archive material.
Designed to inspire, challenge and celebrate the most democratic medium of our age, BPB14 takes place online and in public spaces, galleries and pop-up venues across Brighton & Hove and beyond, involving more than 45 photographers and collaborators all bound by a common approach.
Featuring re-discovered archives and premiering new commissions, BPB14 addresses the role of photography across genres and includes established and emerging talent, across communities and continents. Photography is explored as prints, projections, pixels and pages.
The core programme takes place throughout October and offers a packed schedule of workshops, talks, screenings and other events to complement the exhibitions, ensuring everyone – whatever their level of interest or expertise, can participate in BPB14.

Brighton Photo Biennial - 4 October to 2 November 2014 

Thabiso Sekgala - from Jewel Avenue Series, 2014

Friday, October 3, 2014

BLIND SPOT - Editions

Mitch Epstein - European Beech, Prospect Park, 2012

To celebrate their 20th Anniversary BLIND SPOT magazine presents a new series of editions. BLIND SPOT published its inaugural issue in 1993, and is still the only journal that focuses solely on photographs. Since its launch, BLIND SPOT has featured over 400 living artists. In honor of the 20th anniversary of the magazine, BLIND SPOT presents limited edition prints from a group of artists representing the range of work that appears in their pages. Proceeds benefit the nonprofit organization that publishes BLIND SPOT, and supports their mission to creating unique opportunities for living artists to present significant new photographic work.

Artists who have created editions include John Baldessari, Uta Bath, Edward Burtynsky, Mitch Epstein, Jason Evans, Justine Kurland, Richard Misrach, Vik Muniz, and James Welling. To see all available BLIND SPOT Editions, click here.

Ron Jude - Near the 45th parallel

Katy Grannan - Billy, Corona Heights, SF, 2005

John Baldessari - Millennium Piece, (with pink cup) 1999

Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Marks of Honour - revisited at The PhotoBookMuseum Cologne


The exhibition shows the inspiration a new generation of photographers has had from the history of photography in the form of books. The photo book is a source for artistic inspiration and creative reference, especially since Robert Frank published his Les Américains in 1958. Photography in books has not only influenced collectors and curators, but also generations of photographers.
54 international photographers were invited to choose a photo book, which was influential to the formation of their work, and to pay it artistically homage. All participating works contain the original photo book and its complementary ‘homage’. Besides the original works the exhibition consists of multimedia presentations, photographs and reproductions.

Marks of Honour is a library that references to the important historical influences in contemporary photography. It was initiated in 2005 by Markus Schaden (, Cologne) and Willem van Zoetendaal (Van Zoetendaal Gallery, Amsterdam). 2008 the project was continued by photographers Nina Poppe and Verena Loewenhaupt. There was a major exhibition at FOAM, Amsterdam and at several international exhibition spaces. A catalogue has been published by

Editions of Marks of Honour 2005* & 2008**

*Morten Andersen (NO)
Aperture: Black Sun: The Eyes of Four
Box with book and Leporello of barite prints.
*Paul Andriesse (NL)
Robert Adams: What we bought: The New World
Book with b/w-print.
**Harvey Benge (NZ)
William Eggleston: Guide
Artist book of 16 pages, hand written text and four tipped in photographs, one inserted loose. Both books contained in a slipcase.
*Sara Blokland (NL)
Collected publications of Alex and Linda Blokland
2 boxes with inkjet prints.
*Machiel Botman (NL)
Daniel Seymour: A loud song
Book with 3 barite prints and text.
*Koos Breukel (NL)
Ed van der Elsken: Avonturen op het Land
Book integrated in box with 4 silver gelatine prints.
*Olivier Cablat (F)
Tribute to Panini Sticker Album Champions League 1999/2000
Book with reproductions of the Panini stickers, sorted to a typology study.
*Serge Clément (CA)
John Max: Open Passport
Special box with 2 books and metal plate.
**Chris Coekin (GB)
Hendrick Duncker & Yrjo Tuunanen: Hay on the Highway
Book in box with hay and wrapped in eco/farmer bag, 4 pictures of himself hitchhiking plus one of the original signs "Hay on the Highway".
*Eli Content (NL)
Johan v/d Keuken: Wij zijn 17
Book with added c-prints.
*Nicolas Descottes (F)
Daido Moriyama: Memories of a Dog
Box with book and 7 c-prints.
*Leo Divendal (NL)Box Noritoshi Hirakawa: Matters 1988 – 1997
Japenese box with book and inkjet printed book.
*Charlotte Dumas (NL)
The Cavalry of Worldwar II
Book with drawing on the cover and foreword.
*Bertrand Fleuret (F)
Robert Frank: The Americans
LeeFriedlander: Autoportrait
Box with repro slides of the original books and book with barite prints.
*Andreas Friedrich (D)
Michael Light: Full Moon
Book with 1 c-print (different photos in each edition).
*Julian Germain (GB)
Owners workshop manual (Auto mechanic handbook)
Book with inkjet prints and 1 c-print.
*Stephen Gill (GB)
Bertien van Manen: A hundred summers, a hundred winters
Box in linen bag with book, 1 c-print of Gill and 1 c-print of van Manen (each box another picture).
**Peter Granser (D)
Robert Frank: The Americans
Box from linnen with book and a map with 5 pigment prints on Fine Art Pearl Paper.
*Jacqueline Hassink (NL)
Fortune Magazine
Book made of five Fortune magazines with added inkjet prints.
*Elias Hassos (D)
Stephen Shore: American Surfaces 1972
Box with book and 7 c-prints.
*Koen Hauser (NL)
Original pictures from the book replaced by found images.
*Todd Hido (USA)
Susan Sontag: On Photography
Box with book and 5 c-prints.
**Pieter Hugo (ZA)
Roland Barthes: Camera Lucida
4 prints and book embedded in velvet in a coffin.
**Tiina Itkonen (FI)
Pentti Sammallahti: Musta Taide
5 prints (about 20x30 cm) and book in a box.
*Cuny Janssen (NL)
Robert Adams: Why People photograph
Book with bellyband and 1 c-print.
**Onaka Koji (JP)
Daido Moriyama: Tales of Tonho
Book, contactsheet and 5 pictures (about 27x32 cm) in handmade wooden box.
*Dirk Kome (NL)
Garry Winogrand: El juego de la fotografía. The Game of Photography
Box with book and 5 c-prints.
*Paul Kooiker (NL)
Fischli / Weiss: Musée d'art moderne Paris
Pictures printed on the backside of the original posters.
*Katrin Korfmann (D)
Hans-Peter Feldmann: Das kleine Möwenbuch
Box with book and flip-book.
*Jan Koster (NL)
Luchtfotoatlas Zeeland
5 c-prints added to book.
**Jens Liebchen (D)
Anthony Hernandez: Sons of Adam
A sequence of 3 images presented as a Leporello, with text and separate book, in a cardboard box.
**Michael Light (USA)
Ansel Adams: Yosemite and the Range of Light
Box, book digsawed along landscape lines; pigment prints atached to certain images in the book
*LPI – Loodwick Press Image (NL)
Italy Today
Wooden box with repro and DVD of the book and two c-prints.
*Simone Nieweg (D)
Arbeitergärten im Ruhrgebiet
Box with book and 3 c-prints.
*Arno Nollen (NL)
Natalia Jaliuk: Seven trees
One inkjet print added to book.
*Martin Parr (GB)
Nobuyoshi Araki: The Banquett
Book in box with Leporello and 5 c-prints.
*Nina Poppe & Verena Kaltenbach (D)
Rinko Kawauchi: Utatane
Bag with book, set of letters, booklet and 6 c-prints.
**Mark Power (USA)
Stephen Shore: Uncommon Places - Amerika
Custom made box with book and 4 large format c-prints.
*Diana Scherer (D)
Moord in Rotterdam
Box with book and 6 barite prints.
*Ken Schles (USA)
Photography, a critical history
Remake of the original book with his own pictures
*Joachim Schmid (D)
Marshall McLuhan: The medium is the massage
Box with book, 1 c-print and text.
*Johannes Schwartz (D)
J. Godefroy: Perzische Tapijten
Book with added inkjet prints and Arabian notebook.
*Oliver Sieber & Katja Stuke (D)
The Manipulator
different editions of The Manipulator, 5 copies with a c-print of Stuke and 5 with a c-print of Sieber + photomagazine Frau Böhm.
**Matthew Sleeth (AU)
Lars Tunbjörk: The Office
The edition contains three books attached to each other: a fold out book with „Office“ bound to the middle and then two selfmade inkjet books („Fire extinguishers“ and „Houseplants“) each side folding over the top.
**Alec Soth (USA)
Andrea Modica: Treadewell
Leporello of 2 photographs and box with book.
**Jules Spinatch (CH)
various artists: Block 2008
8 booklets made out of the calender Block 2008; one for each artist in a box with the title: Deblocked.
*Harold Strak (NL)
Time Life International: Fotografie als werktuig
Inkjet prints added to the book and 1 fold out transparent print.
Jack Smith: Flaming Creature
Book with page of felt and 2 b/w-prints.
*Ruth van Beek (NL)
Peter Supf: De Wereld uit de Lucht
Collages added to the book.
*Carla van de Puttelaar (NL)
Samuel B. Schaeffer: Pose Please
Box with book and 2 c-prints in a hidden drawer.
*Mark van den Brink & Andy Bosma (NL)
Andy Bosma: Kuranwendungen
Booklet + booklet made by Bosma and van den Brink, with photos by van den Brink.
*Bertien van Manen (NL)
Julien Germain: For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds Of Happiness
Book with personal Photoalbum.
**Raimond Wouda (NL)
Paul Shambroom: Meetings
3 pictures as inkjets in the book; they continue the book as leporello.
*Wolfgang Zurborn (D)
Lee Friedlander: Like a one eyed cat
Box with book and inkjet printed book with c-print on cover.

Harvey Benge honours William Eggleston...