— Jim Casper
These eery portraits double their subject and weave together beings with their own image. Each photo questions our comfortable notions of identity and fills the very idea with smoke—rendering our own perceptions stranger and realer at the same time...
makes X-rays of obsolete technology products that were used — not too long ago — for producing and communicating art. His work poses the philsophical questions of how we change (artistically, culturally, politcally) when our tools change.
This award-winning hand-made book presents an immersive and highly moving collection of "silent histories" of six injured survivors of the bombings of Japan in WWII — visual storytelling and book design at its best.
This is more of an academic history book than a photobook. The author explores iconic photographs from the early 20th century that seemed to define a national identity for post-Revolution Mexico.