Presentation on the artist's website:
"ÍSLAND, Réza Kalfane’s first book, is a testament to the spirit of adventure. Réza offers a three-part photographic story: mysterious, picturesque and unexpected.
This visual story begins with a series of waterfalls that punctuate the landscape and the tourist’s itinerary. Revealed through a play of shadow and light, each image evokes the atmosphere of the Icelandic legends the waterfalls are named after. The story continues with images of a timeless and rugged landscape. With the same graphic interest, Réza captures the profile of a glacier or the juxtaposition of black sand and snow. ÍSLAND ends with aerial views that merge the contrasting abstract yet organic qualities of this unique landscape."
Texts in French, English & Icelandic, including a text by fellow-photographer Ragnar Axelsson.
We are offering only copies of the signed & numbered portion of the print run (200 copies out of 500) that also includes three 13 x 18 cm offset prints.
116 pages - Couverture semi-rigide avec jaquette
Self-published, 2017 (500 copies)
Format : 21 x 26 cm
*Signed & Numbered*
New - Mint condition
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