The portraits appearing in Ad Infinitum are from tombstones found in cemeteries in Hong-Kong.
This series is a work both on the passage of time and the loss of memory, as the portraits all vanish little by little; and also on the disappearance of the individual within the humanity, as the vanishing process is similar to all the photographies and all the portraits seem to melt into an anonymous common figure, where the individual is nothing but an evocation of its former self, a trace similar to that of all the other selves...
This book was shortlisted for the "Aperture Foundation / Paris Photo 2013 - First Photobook Award".
264 pages - Hardcover, no DJ
New - Mint condition
.Sold out. Presentation by Julia Borissova: " I am fond of the artist book form and have created about 14 books over the past 10 years. Most of the titles are sold out. Some time ago I decided to rethink some of my projects and realize them in a new, more concentrated form of zines. In almost half a year I managed to implement this idea and today I am...
Project presentation by Christopher Héry: "22:19 illustrates the wide range of emotions - fear, boredom, camaraderie, relief - that two young men have experienced during an intense 8-minute period. This book has been designed to slowly reveal the location, the story, and its ending, to the viewer in a cinematographic manner. Time is the key element here...