Small photo book 'Bombay Beauties' includes portraits on the reverse. The focus is on the diversity of Indian hair design. Erik KESSELS used the material found to 'show the rich diversity of the city by alluding to unspoken life stories'.
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Pb. in plastic bag, 17 x 22,5 cm., 40 pp., approx. 42 color ills., no text, Ltd. to 250 copies
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Loose-leaf publication in a metallic gold bag, 30,5 x 38 x 1 cm., 40 pp., color ills.,
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Newspaper printed pb., 30 x 37 cm., 64 pp., highly illustrated, Ltd. to 1,000 copies
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'In almost every pictrue #9. How to shoot a black dog' by Erik KESSELS deals with one family’s attempt to solve one of the great mysteries of photography. Before the digital age there was a time when photographers actually had to take photos themselves.
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HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 13 x 21 cm., 140 pp., 98 color & bw-ills., text language: English
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HC, 13 x 21 cm., 140 pp.
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Hotfoil printed HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 16 x 24 x 1,5 cm., 148 pp.,
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'The Many Lives of Erik Kessels' provides an overview of how to better understand and appreciate the hybrid way of working of the Dutch photographic artist Erik KESSELS, who defies any categorization. With more than twenty works as well as many essays.
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'Unfinished Father' by Erik KESSELS is the photographic documentation of a car construction project of his father, which remained unfinished because the father died over it. The volume symbolizes the image that the son has made of his very active father.
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