Artwork by Hans-Peter Feldmann.
Walther Konig, Koln, 2008. 128 pp., 128 color illustrations, 6½x8¾".
A woman in a hospital bed. A
post-coital couple. Two kids in the
woods. A burlesque dancer. A
group of flappers on the beach. A
coal miner. An Afghan rebel with a
machine gun. A pregnant woman.
Picasso. Chet Baker. Female welders
on break. A group of nuns. All
smoking. This concise artist’s book is
an homage and a small consolation.
Düsseldorf cult conceptual photographer
who has smoked for 30 years, here
attacks the burgeoning international
movement against smoking in
public places with a series of found
photographs that illustrate the
positive sides of the act.
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