Photographs by Elad Lassry. Edited by Beatrix Ruf. Text by Bettina Funcke. Fionn Meade, Liz Kotz.
JRP|Ringier, 2011. 112 pp., 64 color and 11 black & white illustrations, 8x10".
Drawing on the language and conventions of media and advertising, Israeli-born artist Elad Lassry (born 1977) focuses his attention on the surfaces and histories of the things and people he captures. The first monograph devoted to his work, this volume surveys Lassry's visually seductive photographs and films, which thematize the relationship between the image and the picture as an object.
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