Zelman Studios Inc.,
144 pp., 9½x12".
“Though Zelman doesn’t chase blood and disaster, his pictures are petty crimes in themselves, small assaults against propriety, puncture wounds in the social veneer-
Faces often jut in from the bottom edge of the frame or are lopped off by the upper edge. The mundane becomes theatrically charged, the common looks strange, the rhythm of the status quo gets splintered into tension-filled fragments.” Los Angeles Times Art Reviews
Exquisitely printed in the USA, hand numbered and signed edition of 750, 9 1/2' by 12', 144 pages of Duotone plates, hardbound linen cover with deboss, slipcover, stitched Smyth sewn seams and introduction essay by Leah Ollman. Chosen by Albert Watson to receive a coveted Art Directors Club Award in 2013.