64 pages - Softcover
CEIBA Foto, 2017
Format : 17 x 22 cm
New - Mint condition
" « I Love You, I’m Leaving is my meditation on familial bonds, longing, and memory. The series borrows from personal experience and the visual language of the everyday in order to create a fictional account that mirrors my reality. Made during a time of personal domestic unease, I photographed as my parents separated, and my family moved to a new city. »
-- Matt Eich "
The copies are signed on the back of the colour photograph tipped in on the "second" cover (the first page is of the same stock as the cover). Please lift gently!... NB : We can also offer an unsigned copy, please let us now upon ordering if interested.
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