This book is a gem.
— Jim Casper
by Timo Kelaranta
Hardcover: 95 pages
21 x 16 cm
Publisher: EMMA (Espoo Museum of Art)
Finding conglomerations of spots, lines and geometric objects that already exist in urban environments, these un-retouched landscapes reveal ephemeral beauty in our daily lives.
A Japanese photographer set out to challenge his own stereotypes and find the "real" America. In his photos, he digs deep and creates revealing portraits that are full of drama, challenging his view and what he thought he knew.
This book traces the history of photography exhibitions from their beginnings in the 1830s to the conceptual revolutions of today—smart, well-conceived and jam-packed with insight and information.