Présentation de l'éditeur :
"One Another features images mainly taken at night in St Petersburg and Berlin. Leaden-coloured scenes, greasy spoon cafés, empty halls and old hotel rooms that seem to echo with traces of the past. And people’s faces…… hurried glances, small awkward gestures, hands searching for support, the signs of grief or desparation in the corner of an eye – people breaking through the glass of loneliness.
For Alisa Resnik, photography is the way to stop a moment and look deeper into reality, to step past the often painful dichotomy between subject and the object:
«You roam the world looking for the moments you can stop and turn into an act of perception, looking for a revelation, looking for a mirror.»
After - among others - Bruce Gilden, Simon Norfolk, Paolo Pellegrin, Jacob Aue Sobol, Ambroise Tézenas, Klavdij Sluban, Christophe Agou, Davide Monteleone and Alessandro Imbriaco, this bookk was the winner of the "European Publishers Award for Photography" in 2013, and is published by 5 publishers, in 5 languages. Here in the English language.
120 pages - Hardcover
dewi lewis publishing, 2013
New - Mint condition
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