N/A - AV0181
Publisher's presentation :
"The Irish landscape was littered with electoral campaign advertising during the recent European, local and national by-elections. Vote No. 1 documents this and examines the culture of election advertising in Ireland.
The series focuses on the accidental, and often gruesome, disfigurements the electoral candidates' faces suffer – an unintended consequence of their posters' erection. These images reflect the Irish electorate's increasing disillusionment with the political process after years of harshening austerity politics."
This book was published after it won 1st Prize at the Vienna Photobook Festival 2015.
56 pages - Hardcover, spiral binding
Anzenberger Edition, 2015 (400 copies)
Format 21 x 28 cm
New - Mint condition
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