"The photographers of Timeshow are storytellers, and for this special issue we picked the best black and white storytellers, people who use the deepest shades of photographic blacks just as a writer would use the darkest ink to picture his world. Emotions and information mingle in their works to reveal unexpected aspects of the world around us. This is the bet we make: photography is the language we use to describe worlds when words are not enough. To connect all that to our world, each story is introduced by a handwritten letter from the photographer - the last trace of coded language. Past this, the reader is free to wander in a world of photographs."
The 7 portfolios, les 7 "stories" of this Timeshow 5 issue are by :
- Thomas Van Den Driessche (Belgium)
- Jukka Onnela (Finland)
- Anya Schiller (Russia)
- Colette Saint-Yves (France)
- Sebastian Szyd (Argentina)
- Pierre Masseau (France)
- Maki (France)
280 pages - Softcover
Timeshow Press, 2014 (100 copies)
New - Mint condition
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.Sold out!. Presentation by Kominek: "Hallucinatory flashes of the Berlin underworld permeate through the pages of this collective work by Japanese artists Daisuke Yokota,Yoshi Kametani and Hiroshi Takizawa. A collaboration of night work in a city that never sleeps; the photographers pass like ghosts through all manner of places; forests, strip clubs,...
.Sold out.The project of this book, co-sponsored by the ICP (International Center of Photography, New York), the "Photobooks" Facebook group and the Tokyo Institute of Photography, was to ask 10 people who are authorities in the photobook genre to select each 10 American photobooks published after 1987. The result is a rich catalogue of photobooks, some...
.Sold out.10 curators from the photography and photobook world each choose 10 Japanese books they feel important in the history of the medium, and comment on their choices... with a lot of illustrations. Edited by Matthew Carson, Michael Lang, Russet Lederman and Olga Yatskevich. Published by "10×10 Photobooks" in association with ICP (International...
Condamné à marcher seul is a wandering in the city, in the night, through photographs (Clément Paradis) and text (Romain Gavidia), an introspection and an encounter with the other, a reflection on "why me?" and "why the others?"...The text in French inter-mingled with the images is translated in English at the end of the book.We are also offering a...
Condamné à marcher seul is a wandering in the city and in the night, through photographs (Clément Paradis) and text (Romain Gavidia), an introspection and an encounter with the other, a reflection on why me and why the others...The text in French inter-mingled with the images is translated in English at the end of the book.This Limited Edition comes with...
Publisher's presentation: "寓喩 « Gûyu » in Japanese, means « allegory ». For Maki, the figure of speech is a photographic category. At the core of his photography practice, lies the question of re-presentation, of the relationship to space... The involvement of known elements in new sets - or the opposite. During his travels in Japan of the past 15 years,...