With an introduction by Ronald Jones, this generously illustrated book includes full color images and details of Charlie White’s three recent photographic projects. This book is a must for all lovers of modern art and photography. Definitly would become a cult book! Essays by Annabel Chong, William Deverell and Fred Alan Wolf accompany the project images. An interview with the artist reveals White’s takes on the role of collaboration in his work and his relationship to American identity and the image culture of Los Angeles, where he lives and works. This is a thorough treatment of an artist whose images have explored the limits of pornography (Femalien), the psychological landscape of Los Angeles (In A Matter of Days), and the emotionally fraught relationship between self-perception and appearance (Understanding Joshua). From the book: “…Charlie’s photographs express a moralizing flavor, and become allegories of human will, atrocities balanced by kindness, that infuse the particulars our culture…”
Size: 21,5 x 29,5 cm - 12 x 8,5"
Languages: EN - DE - FR - ES - IT
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