Just arrived this week, two wonderful publications from Dutch photographer and publisher Erik van de Weijde. First, FOTO.ZINE NR.3, comprised of four separate books, each presenting a specific selection of found images including palm tree diseases, photos from a hand gun magazine, Volkswagen Beetle accidents and images of an Internet model. Second, This is Not My Son, a collection of photographs Van De Weijde has taken since the birth of his now eight-year old son. Ultimately they reflect his examination of the relationship between father and son, photographer and model, and a subject with ever increasing awareness of his own representation. This is Not My Son is in a first edition of only 100 copies (the limited edition with a print sold out before publication). We have a few remaining of this now out-of-print title. We also have a few signed copies of FOTO.ZINE NR.3 available.
Also just arrived this week, Nationalgalerie, a new monograph from Thomas Demand, published by Steidl. Demand has become world renown for his hyper-conceptual photographs of meticulously built paper sculptures — often dealing with overtly banal but contextually charged historical locations. Nationalgalerie presents Demand's massive body of work dealing with specifically with German history. Demand's paper compositions have an eerie affect — their uniform texture and lack of fine detail is rendered with such precision by his large format lens that they become a kind of unsettlingly beautiful meta-formalism, a perfect foil to fence with national memory. Copies now in stock.
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