Siebdruck Palefroi Berlin Graffiti Marion Jdanoff Damien Tran photobook 1UP Crew Evol U-Bahn Photography Urban Spree Prints Martha Cooper stencil Screenprint spray paint Arbeiterschließfächer Lars Wunderlich One United Power Street Art Holzschnitt Roman Klonek Paradox Agnès Debizet pixação trainsurfing Abseilung Hendrik Czakainski One Week With 1UP Paradox Fuck The System Feuerlöscher Bonom Vincent Glowinski S Bahn photozine U Bahn Stohead XOOOOX Os Cururu Parkour Dolly Demoratti NYC Regular Edition Porträt 1UP Mother Drucker New York Klub7 ALIAS Marina Zumi Urban Spree Subway Subway Art Deutschland Calligraffiti T-Shirt Daze Oliver Nerlich Keiichi Tanaami Dondi White Chris DAZE Ellis RAWS Athen Schiff Griechenland Beautiful Bizarre Risodruck Trainsurfer Sicoer Weiß Edward Burtynsky Karton Victor Ash Anthony Lister Janne Riikonen Russland New York City Robert Polidori Joe Conzo Tacita Dean Afrika SWET Tunnel Jean-Marie Gallais Hokkaido Alec Soth Takashi Homma Gerry Johansson screen print Schweden Expensive Ass Pastrami Igor Ponosov EGS Cold Crush Brothers Göttingen South Bronx Raymond Hains Cleon Peterson Hans Ulrich Obrist Guy Tillim Feng Li Japan neograffism Jonni Cheatwood Graffiti Art Magazine Kalligrafie train surfing Friedrichshain Film Berliner Mauer Ikarus Aufkleber Rommy Gonzalez Ben de Biel Bag Arcival Print urban art Aufkleber Magazine Krot & Krass Kreuzberg Icelandic Video Berlin Kidz Fotograf DVD East Side Gallery Rylsee Taryn Simon Druck Stadt Art Book Stickers Analoge Fotografie Fotografie Handbuch

David Benjamin Sherry: Earth Changes

49,90 €

Achtung: Nur noch wenige Artikel verfügbar!

Sherry’s approach to the medium challenges categorical ideologies and the question of photographic truth. It could be argued that no photograph can be completely detached or objective, but the distinction concerning a photographer’s intent seems to divide directives: aesthetic or objective. With this collection of “truthful” images, presented in exaggerated colors, the artist marries opposing categorizations, or the division implied therein. Wonderful Land reminds us, through photography, of the inherent value that exists in any natural resource – what it offers, what it represents, and ultimately, its ability to connect us to a broader experience.

Published in 2015 by Mörel Books, London

Limited Edition of 1000

70 Pages, 30 X 37 cm

Printed on card stock with spiral comb binding