Presentation by Mack:
" Marvel describes the journey of Marvel Harris' personal battles with mental illness, self-love, acceptance, and gender identity, all told through a searing collection of self-portraits spanning the course of five years.
These photographs present a new-found visual language; a tool with which Marvel was able to express those emotions that, on account of his autism, he previously struggled to make sense of. The process of making these portraits allowed him to connect to the world around him at the time he needed it most.
Winner of the MACK First Book Award 2021, Marvel is an important new voice which contributes to an increased awareness of the issues surrounding gender identity and mental health. In doing so, this deeply personal book demands a more tolerant attitude from society towards transgender people and those who don't identify as entirely male or female."
Texts in English only.
We are offering signed and unsigned copies of this photobook. The signature of the artist appears on a paper slip bound into the last page of the book (see photo in the carrousel). The publisher applies a 5.00 € difference between the signed copies (40 €) and the unsigned ones (35 €).
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140 pages - Hardcover
Format : 24.6 x 37 cm
*Signed / Not Signed*
New - Mint condition
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