Topic: Jeffrey Ladd

Cumming_078, 7/1/13, 2:05 PM, 16G, 4540x6032 (1150+1430), 75%, Custom,  1/50 s, R42.6, G26.5, B50.1
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Donigan Cumming’s Photography of the Absurd

“Books on Books 19″ by Errata Editions revisits Donigan Cumming’s baffling, provocative, hilarious and rarely seen 1991 monograph, “The Stage.”

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David Campany—Courtesy of MACK
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Fueling the American Dream

Jeff Ladd spoke with writer David Campany about his newest book Gasoline, which explores the notion of how petrol and gasoline stations have been portrayed in photographs from the news.

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Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin—Courtesy MACK
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The Holy Bible, Appropriated: An Illustrated Scripture by Broomberg and Chanarin

Artists Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin speak about their newest book, Holy Bible, and the changing implications of photography and text as evidence in our image saturated culture.

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© Stephen Gill
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Coexistence by Stephen Gill

The photographic voice of English photographer Stephen Gill always has a playfully inventive ring. The photos in his new book, ‘Coexistence,’ mix the scientific and conceptual while documenting a pond’s microscopic communities.

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© Estate of Ed van der Elsken—Nederlands Fotomuseum
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The Sweet Life: Revisited

In photography, “the road trip,” especially by car around the United States, has been a right of passage for many photographers. Embarking on a fourteen-month world tour however is a bit less common, but that ambitious challenge was taken on in 1959 by the Dutch photographer Ed van der Elsken and his wife Gerda. The resulting photographs would turned into one of the most epic Dutch photobooks ever produced, The Sweet Life.

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