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Presentation by Trespasser:

Languor is an ode to New York City's Central Park. With the pandemic at hand and the history of Seneca Village in mind [Note: Central Park was created on land known as Seneca Village, on the outskirts of the city as it was then, where a predominantly African-American community was thriving and owned property], Smallwood created photographs of tentative comfort and appreciation as an examination of nature, home, tranquility, and escape.

This body of work earned Donavon Smallwood the 2021 Aperture Portfolio Prize. "

56 pages - Softcover

Trespasser, 2021

Format : 29.2 x 25.6 cm

New - Mint condition

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Smallwood, Donavon

Donavon Smallwood is an American photographer. In 2021, he is awarded the Aperture Portfolio Prize, for a series of portraits and landscapes made in Central Park, New York, later that year published by Trespasser Books as "Languor". © Portrait taken from the artist's website
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