Photographs by Elinor Carucci.
Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 2002. 120 pp., 90 color illustrations, 11x9½".
Carucci's work is first and foremost about the nuclear family, but also touches upon the related topics of intimacy and mortality. Her parents, grandparents and spouse are the central players, each of whom she portrays gently but unflinchingly in her images. Her color photographs work with a definite color palette, regardless of whether or not this was intentional; there is a mesmerizing quality to the serene blues and vivid reds set against the myriad tones of bare skin. Carucci was the recipient of the International Center of Photography Young Photographer Award for 2001 This is her first monograph.
About the Limited
Limited edition book and print.
Print: Eran and I, 1998, signed & numbered by the artist, 8x10 C-print.
Edition of 30 and 5 artist’s proofs
Edition numbers 21-30 $750; numbers 11-20 $950; numbers 1-10 $1200.
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