From Series No. 6: Confederate Moons by Gregory Halpern, During a summer marked by a total eclipse of the sun Halpern chose the Carolinas to capture the fleeting event, not visible across the entire US since 1918. The work became a meditation of the current state of the nation. "I was fascinated by the idea that the entire nation was staring at the sun, reveling in the apocalyptic thrill of watching the moon temporarily extinguish our life-source, all together."
From Series No. 4: Utoquai by Wolfgang Tillmans, a beautifully up close and intense study of one muse told in 38 photographs, Tillmans' gaze moves us from intimate close ups to serene full body portraiture.
From Series No. 3: Lifting Water by Dru Donovan. Via reenactment the artist investigates the loss of a loved one. Using hired actors in a rented hotel room, the artist worked rapidly, relying on memory, intuition and instinct to build a collection of images that reads equal parts film noir, Broadway play, and cinéma vérité at once.
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ANNUAL SERIES No. 6
Book 1: Guido Guidi - Dietro Casa
Book 2: Jason Fulford - Clayton's Ascent
Book 3: Gregory Halpern - Confederate Moons
Book 4: Viviane Sassen - Heliotrope
Edition of 1000
8.5 x 10.5 in.
Cloth bound hardcover with dust jacket
ANNUAL SERIES No. 4
Book 1: Christian Patterson - Bottom of the Lake
Book 2: Alessandra Sanguinetti - Sorry, Welcome
Book 3: Raymond Meeks - Erasure
Book 4: Wolfgang Tillmans - Utoquai
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9 x 11 in.
ANNUAL SERIES No. 3
Book 1: Mark Steinmetz - Philip & Micheline
Book 2: Elaine Stocki - Balcony
Book 3: Dru Donovan - Lifting Water
Book 4: Katy Grannan - N.
Edition of 800
6 x 8 in.