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Photographer / Publisher & Editor of Lay Flat / Associate Director of Light Work
People in Trouble Laughing Pushed to the Ground.
BROOMBERG & OLIVER CHANARIN
It's easy to find significance in a photographic archive, but making a lasting impression is another story. Intelligent and surprising.
A brilliant title from an on-going series of self-published books by the artist.
Nowhere But Here.
Delicate portraits in a simple, elegant publication.
Though I much prefer intentional artist books over catalogs, I've always loved Tillmans' abstractions and am happy to have a way to spend more time with them in one place.
One of the best photographers of the last century, and one of his most powerful books.
Subscription Series 3.
The third time's the charm.
Paloma al Aire.
Smart, playful, funny, moving – not to be missed.
It's tough to follow up
, but yet again I'm enchanted and can't stop looking.
A stark view of the Rust Belt, photographed with a compassionate eye and cleverly sequenced to reveal a complex underlayer.
I've had the pleasure of watching this project evolve from its early incarnation to this paragon of a book – instantly a favorite.
is a photographer, the Publisher and Editor of
, as well as the Associate Director of
. He currently lives and works in Upstate New York.
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