TIS01 (*4 booklets*)

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N/A - AV0233


4-book set of different page numbers - Softcovers - Bound together by a paper band

TIS Books, 2015 (300 copies)

Format : 16.5 x 17.8 cm

New - Mint condition

First publication by TIS Books, in 2015, it gathers together 4 series by 4 photoographers as detailed below.

Presentation by TIS Books : 

"The inaugural TIS offering comes from four photographers who have worked collaboratively and apart since 2010. Although each book stands as its own idiosyncratic statement, taken together they propose a way of looking at the real world with clarity and precision."

1. Tim Carpenter: A house and a tree

    It is like the feeling of a man
    Come back to see a certain house.
       -- Wallace Stevens, Vacancy in the Park

    48 pages - 23 B&W plates

2. J Carrier: (untitled)

    The woods of Vermont inspired J Carrier’s clear-eyed interpretation of the idyll.

    56 pages - 26 color plates

3. Nelson Chan: Welcome Home

    Looking both back and ahead, Nelson Chan revisited Providence, RI seven years after leaving the town as a RISD graduate to see how his memories of this specific location collided with his continually evolving photographic practice.

    60 pages - 36 B&W plates

4. Carl Wooley: Mile

    The fine, hard light of Denver that bathes Carl Wooley’s color photographs is as uncompromising as the images that hurtle the viewer through the town and its environs while demanding close attention to detail along the way.

    54 pages - 27 color plates

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