Glenn Luchford Damaged Negatives [SIGNED]

ISBN 13: 9789020690743

Damaged Negatives [SIGNED]

 
9789020690743: Damaged Negatives [SIGNED]
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"I put the images in storage for two weeks, which turned into two months. The entire storage unit flooded and the owner didn t tell anyone, so by the time I arrived, the images were just mostly gone or in a state of high deterioration." This book is an exhumation of that wrecked archive. Figures - including a young Kate Moss - swim mystically in clouded and chthonic black and white, as if reflected in ancient mirrors or trying to interject from a different time. On some images, the damage manifests itself like burnishing and cigarette holes; on others, faces are obscured entirely by whorls of oxidation that lend the sitters and their environments an arcane type of poetic importance."

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Luchford, Glenn
Published by Dashwood Books (2013)
ISBN 10: 9020690744 ISBN 13: 9789020690743
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Book Description Dashwood Books, 2013. Paperback. Condition: NEW. First Edition, First Printing. SIGNED COPY Dashwood Books, 2013. Softcover. First Edition, First Printing. Limited to only 1000 copies issued worldwide. SIGNED by Glen Luchford. Book Condition: New/Fine tight, clean copy. SIGNED From the publisher: Photographer Glen Luchford spent the nineties shooting for magazines such as Vogue, The Face and Arena. His classic and observant sense of narrative became one of the signature aesthetics of the era; part Robert Doisneau, part George Brassai, his images are clean and clear, dramatic in their understatement and nostalgically realistic about the impact of modernity upon latterday living. Damaged Negatives features never before seen images that were damaged by flood in his storage facility, published in edition of 1000 copies. "I put the images in storage for two weeks, which turned into two months. The entire storage unit flooded and the owner didn't tell anyone, so by the time I arrived, the images were just mostly gone or in a state of high deterioration." This book is an exhumation of that wrecked archive. Figures - including a young Kate Moss - swim mystically in clouded and chthonic black and white, as if reflected in ancient mirrors or trying to interject from a different time. On some images, the damage manifests itself like burnishing and cigarette holes; on others, faces are obscured entirely by whorls of oxidation that lend the sitters and their environments an arcane type of poetic importance. Seller Inventory # 569

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