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LAST WEEK TO APPLY⠀
Finding Your Vision: Trieste⠀
October 8-15, 2022 ⠀
Workshop details: https://bit.ly/TRIESTE22

Thanks to those who’ve applied from seven countries to this Italian workshop.

■Application Deadline: Monday April 4, 2022⠀

📷Alex Webb, Sancti Spiritus, Cuba, 1993, from the collaborative book, Violet Isle, with Rebecca Norris Webb Radius Books⠀

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FIRST LOOK/NEW BOOK⠀
Alex & Rebecca’s WAVES⠀

Please join us in celebrating the online launch of our upcoming book on Friday, May 13, 2PM ET, hosted by Radius Books Publisher, David Chickey, the book’s designer.⠀

■ Register for WAVES online book launch: https://bit.ly/WavesLaunch

Thanks to all of you who’ve supported the production of Waves by pre-ordering a Limited Edition or a copy of the book. We’ve nearly reached our fundraising goal.⠀

—You can support the production of the book in one of two ways:⠀

■ Pre-order a Waves Limited Edition. (Two small prints; free Int’l shipping): https://bit.ly/WavesLimitedEdition

■ Pre-order a Waves book (signed or unsigned; free domestic shipping): https://bit.ly/AWRNWWaves

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For award-winning Lebanese-American photographer Rania Matar, who grew up during a war, a fascination with the mother-daughter relationship has led to an international career photographing young women... and breaking cultural stereotypes.

Rania Matar’s monograph SHE (published by Radius Books, 2021) embraces the cultural connections and identity of young women living in the United States and in the Middle East. Being a Lebanese-born American woman, her work is informed by personal experience related to cultural belonging.

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Love Helen Pashgian: Presences? Preorder Radius Books’ new publication, Helen Pashgian: Spheres and Lenses at curated: The Store next time you’re on-SITE! #curatedFriday

The first survey of the California Light and Space artist’s vast body of work from the 1960s to present, the hardcover volume contains stunning images of Pashgian’s vibrantly colored columns, lenses, and spheres produced using innovative application of industrial epoxies, plastics, and resins, as well as a thoroughly researched chronology and essay by John Yau.

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NEW BOOK: WAVES⠀
We’re pleased to share this first look at our unbound copy of Waves, our upcoming collaborative pandemic logbook of words and images on Cape Cod during the waves of the coronavirus. You can support the production of the book in one of two ways:⠀

■ Preorder: Waves Limited Edition (two small prints included; for free internat'l shipping, use code WEBBWAVESLE at checkout: https://bit.ly/WavesLimitedEdition
■ Preorder: Waves book (signed or unsigned): https://bit.ly/AWRNWWaves⠀

Thanks for supporting our work. And please join us for the Waves online book launch with Radius Books Publisher David Chickey, the book’s designer, on Thursday, April 7, at 2PM ET. ⠀

■ Subscribe to our new TWO LOOKS NEWSLETTER (3-6 times a year) to stay in touch with us about upcoming book launches, exhibitions, talks, and other events—as well as in-person and online workshops: https://bit.ly/2LNewsletter

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NEW BOOK: WAVES⠀

We’re pleased to share this first look at our unbound copy of Waves, our upcoming collaborative pandemic logbook of words and images on Cape Cod during the waves of the coronavirus. You can support the production of the book in one of two ways:⠀

■ Preorder: Waves Limited Edition (two small prints included): https://bit.ly/WavesLimitedEdition⠀

■ Preorder: Waves book (signed or unsigned): https://bit.ly/AWRNWWaves⠀

Thanks for supporting our work. And please join us for the Waves online book launch with Radius Books Publisher David Chickey, the book’s designer, on Thursday, April 7, at 2PM ET. ⠀

■ Subscribe to our new TWO LOOKS NEWSLETTER (3-6 times a year) to stay in touch with us about upcoming book launches, exhibitions, talks, and other events—as well as in-person and online workshops: https://bit.ly/2LNewsletter⠀

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We 💖 our Radius Books collection and we welcome you to enjoy it, too. Visit our Post Reading Room inside Joplin Public Library for this and more. Many thanks to The Joplin Globe for the opportunity to share our library's resources with the community via book reviews. And many thanks to the folks at Radius Books!

https://www.joplinglobe.com/news/lifestyles/jill-sullivan-growing-collection-of-radius-books-is-treasure-for-local-art-photography-enthusiasts/article_a1195f30-5ced-11ec-b25e-ab1a2334bfcf.html
#TBT to a fabulous opening of Helen Pashgian: Presences last month! The galleries are still alive with all the wonderful, festive energy everyone brought.

To everyone who attended, especially our friends Lawrence Weschler, Michael Govan, Radius Books, Jesushi, Rolling Still Distillery and Lounge, and DJ 13pieces: THANK YOU FOR MAKING IT SUCH A GREAT NIGHT!!! https://sitesantafe.org/exhibition/helen-pashgian/
TONIGHT! Art! Music! Sushi! Cocktails!🍣🍹

Opening weekend events of Helen Pashgian: Presences kick off tonight! Don't forget your proof of vaccination!

At 5pm, Pashgian will join David Chickey of Radius Books in conversation. Then, from 6-8pm, DJ 13pieces will perform a commissioned set and food from Jesushi and custom cocktails from Rolling Still Distillery and Lounge will be available onsite for purchase! https://sitesantafe.org/event/helen-pashgian-opening/
Opening events for Helen Pashgian: Presences begin Friday! Learn more, get tickets, and don’t forget to bring your friends! https://sitesantafe.org/event/helen-pashgian-opening/

Join us for first looks at the show this Friday at 5pm, and an artist talk between Pashgian and David Chickey of Radius Books. Then stay for music by DJ 13pieces and refreshments by Jesushi and Rolling Still Distillery and Lounge!

Come on back Saturday for art talks with renowned author Lawrence Weschler, LACMA's Michael Govan, and the artist herself!

📷Helen Pashgian, Untitled, 2012–2013, formed acrylic, dimensions variable, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, purchased with funds provided by Carole Bayer Sager on the occasion of the 2014 Collectors Committee, installed in Helen Pashgian: Light Invisible at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, March 30–June 29, 2014, art © Helen Pashgian, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA
SHE, Rania Matar 's revelatory photos of young women from the US and Middle East is on view now at Robert Klein Gallery in Boston and in a new monograph from Radius Books. Our review:

https://www.whatwillyouremember.com/rania-matar-she-at-robert-klein-gallery-boston-and-radius-books/
For me, beginnings are often mysterious. Wading into a sea of uncertainty, I sense that I’m heading in the right direction when I begin to feel afraid. For I find that fear is vital to the creative process: that dull hum that sometimes weighs down and stymies, sometimes causes the heart and eye to float, and even—in those rarest of times—to lift off.

Lately I’ve been revisiting some of my past work, perhaps to remind me to follow Paul Valery’s advice with the new project: “One should be light like a bird, and not like a feather.”—Rebecca Norris Webb

■ Link to Rebecca’s Square Print: https://bit.ly/2Z413Y8

—First Photo: Rebecca Norris Webb, Havana, 2007, from the collaborative book, Violet Isle, with Alex Webb Radius Books

—Second Photo: Rebecca Norris Webb, Shimmering, 2018, from the collaborative book, Brooklyn: The City Within, with Alex Webb Aperture Foundation

—Third Photo: Rebecca Norris Webb, Blackbirds, 2006, from the book, My Dakota Radius Books

—Fourth Photo: Rebecca Norris Webb, Cloud, 2014, from the book, Night Calls Radius Books

—Fifth 📷: Rebecca Norris Webb, Havana, 2008, her signed $100 Magnum/Aperture Square Print, which is part of ON THE HORIZON, thru Sunday Oct. 24

■ HAVE A QUESTION FOR ALEX OR REBECCA? Please DM your question by Thursday, Oct. 21, 1PM ET. And join us on Friday at 1PM ET for the LIVE Q&A on Instagram Story Live @webb_norriswebb

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Radius Books is a nonprofit art book publishing company based in Santa Fe. RADIUS BOOKS is a non-profit publishing company based in Santa Fe and established by four creative individuals with years of publishing and art world experience.

As our mission states, RADIUS BOOKS is distinguished by the depth and value of the books it publishes. It is our firm belief that the arts—all arts—are vital to our nation and our culture’s future. The dream of RADIUS BOOKS is to promulgate an ongoing dialogue among writers, thinkers, artists, and all members of society by producing and promoting worthwhile bodies of work. Books give an accessible

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Hi again. This is Barbara Bosworth, saying bon voyage to you all.

And finally, thank you to the team at @radiusbooks for their beautiful design and support.
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It happens to be my birthday today, so please order your very own copy of “The Sea”

Final image by me, circa 1965.

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Please make sure to join us for our zoom event next week on 🗓️⁠ Thursday April 7th at 2 pm MT | 3 pm CT | 4 pm ET. ⁠Barbara Bosworth will be in conversation with Margot Anne Kelley about "The Sea."

You can find more information and register here:
https://www.radiusbooks.org/upcoming-events/barbara-bosworth-and-margot-anne-kelley-in-conversation

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Hi again. This is Barbara Bosworth, introducing “The Sea”
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A peek into the appendix of “The Sea”. I collect sand. These are samples I have collected from ocean beaches over the past 30 years.

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You can pre-order your copy of "The Sea"
https://www.radiusbooks.org/all-books/p/barbara-bosworth-the-sea

Images: © courtesy of Barbara Bosworth.⁠

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Hi again. This is Barbara Bosworth, introducing “The Sea”
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A peek into the appendix of “The Sea”. Cabinets of curiosities have a long tradition in the study of natural history. I gathered this collection from @rijksmuseum as a source of inspiration for my work about the sea.

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You can pre-order your copy of "The Sea" today
https://www.radiusbooks.org/all-books/p/barbara-bosworth-the-sea⁠

Images: © courtesy of Barbara Bosworth.⁠

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Hi again. This is Barbara Bosworth, introducing “The Sea”
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Each section of the book is paired with writing about the sea.

Section 4: Rachel Carson, The Sea Around Us

“The next time you stand on a beach at night, watching the moon’s bright path across the water, and conscious of the moon-drawn tides, remember that the moon itself may have been born of a great tidal wave of earthly substance, torn off into space.”

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You can pre-order your copy of "The Sea" today:
https://www.radiusbooks.org/all-books/p/barbara-bosworth-the-sea

Images: © courtesy of Barbara Bosworth.⁠

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Hi again. This is Barbara Bosworth, introducing “The Sea”
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Each section of the book is paired with writing about the sea.

Section 3: Barry Lopez, The Woman Who Had Shells

“When I finally stood, I saw fields of shells around me luminescent in the starlight. Across this landscape, I made my way home.”

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You can pre-order your copy of "The Sea" today:
https://www.radiusbooks.org/all-books/p/barbara-bosworth-the-sea

Images: © courtesy of Barbara Bosworth.⁠

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Hi again. This is Barbara Bosworth, introducing “The Sea”
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Each section of the book is paired with writing about the sea.

Section 2: Margot Anne Kelley, Littoral Life

“I love living so near a littoral zone, love the way tidal change rewards attention. But thinking about it also helps me remember that earthly edges are always in flux.”

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You can pre-order your copy of "The Sea" today:
https://www.radiusbooks.org/all-books/p/barbara-bosworth-the-sea

Images: © courtesy of Barbara Bosworth.⁠

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Hi again. This is Barbara Bosworth, introducing “The Sea”
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Each section of the book is paired with writing about the sea. Section 1: Virginia Woolf, The Waves.

“The sun had not yet risen. The sea was indistinguishable from the sky, except that the sea was slightly creased as if a cloth had wrinkles on it.”

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You can pre-order your copy of "The Sea" today:
https://www.radiusbooks.org/all-books/p/barbara-bosworth-the-sea

Images: © courtesy of Barbara Bosworth.⁠

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Hi again. This is @barbarabosworthstudio, introducing “The Sea”
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“Elsewhere” is a series of images depicting an unknown place, where the lines of heaven and earth blur. This series is included in the book, and is available as a special, handmade portfolio.

Along with the "Elsewhere" portfolio, there are also limited editions of Barbara's work available. You can consider supporting “The Sea” by purchasing the “Elsewhere” portfolio deluxe edition, or one of the limited editions.

Click here for more information:
https://www.radiusbooks.org/limited-editions/p/barbara-bosworth-the-sea-limited-editions

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Images: © courtesy of Barbara Bosworth.

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Hi! This is @barbarabosworthstudio. I’d like to tell you all about my new book, “The Sea”, published by @radiusbooks.
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For as long as I can remember, I have been looking at the sea. Humans and the sea have been entwined for millennia. When we stop to take a long, quiet look, this world of the shoreline comes to life, reminding us to take care of it and each other.
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“The edge of the sea is a strange and beautiful place.” Rachel Carson

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Mark your calendars! 🗓️
Please join us for a zoom event, a conversation with Barbara Bosworth and Margot Anne Kelley about “The Sea” on Thursday April 7, 2022 at 2 pm MT | 3 pm CT | 4 pm ET.

You can find more information and register here:
https://www.radiusbooks.org/upcoming-events/barbara-bosworth-and-margot-anne-kelley-in-conversation

Images: © courtesy of Barbara Bosworth + Radius Books

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It's the last weekend to see Helen Pashgian: Presences at SITE Santa Fe!

To close the exhibition, on Saturday March 26th at 5PM, John Yau will be reading his essay that is included in Helen Pashgian's monograph in the galleries. Make sure to stop by!

Head over to the link for all of the closing events that will be taking place at SITE this weekend.
https://sitesantafe.org/events/

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Helen Pashgian: Spheres & Lenses is available to purchase at RadiusBooks.org

Images: © Angelo Silvio Vasta for The New York Times

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This weekend at Taos Center for the Arts, Tomas van Houtryve will be presenting his documentary film, co-directed with Mathilde Damoisel - Far West: The Hidden History.

On Saturday March 26th, 2022, at 5PM MT, Tomas van Houtryve will be presenting the first screening of the documentary in the United States at the Taos Center for the Arts. FAR WEST is an emotional and historical journey through the American West along the pre-1848 US-Mexico border to meet descendants of families that have lived in these lands since before the American conquest.

The event will be followed by a panel discussion with Tomas van Houtryve, Gomeo Bobelu, Anita Rodriguez and Simon Romero, moderated by David Silva. Tomas will also be selling and signing copies of his Radius book, Lines and Lineage, at the event.

There will be a second screening available to view on Sunday at 2pm if you can't make the event on Saturday!

More information here:
https://tcataos.org/calendar/=69903825;instance=20220326170000

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Image: © Tomas Van Houtryv, and promotional poster for TCA.

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Today, March 23rd at 6PM CST, join artist Suzan Frecon and The Society for Contemporary art for a virtual presentation entitled "The Experience of Painting."

All SCA Virtual Programs are free and open to the public.

Click below for more information on the event:
https://scaaic.org/event/suzan-frecon/

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Copies of Suzan Frecon, and Suzan Frecon: Paper are still available through the RadiusBooks.org

Image: © Suzan Frecon, llibre vermell, 2021. Oil on linen, overall 109 x 87 3/8 inches.

Timeline photos 03/19/2022

We are so thrilled to share that Rania Matar has been announced as one of the winners of Leica Camera’s 3rd Annual Leica Women Foto Project for her new project "Where Do I go" ( لوين روح ) with an accompanying exhibition at Fotografiska, NY.

“Rania Matar, acclaimed Lebanese photographer and 2018 Guggenheim Fellow, traveled to her home country to produce her new stunning project Where Do I Go? inspired by the young generation of Lebanese women whose resilience and hope shine through the complexities of living in a country ill-prepared for COVID- 19 and ravaged by corruption and an ongoing financial crisis. As part of her larger initiative and best-selling photography book, SHE, Rania’s winning project explores issues of personal and collective identity through female adolescence and womanhood. A gripping and beautifully-shot examination of subjectivity and the female gaze, Matar portrays the raw beauty of her subjects: their age, individuality, physicality, and mystery, photographing them the way she, a woman and a mother, sees them, beautiful and alive.” - Leica Camera USA.

View more of Rania's work: raniamatar.com

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You can purchase your copy of Rania Matar today:
https://www.radiusbooks.org/all-books/p/rania-matar-she

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The last chapter of Richard Misrach: Notations contains images that appear almost from another world. Regarding this collection of images, Darius Himes describes them as “...musical; they are calligraphic; they are of a fantasy, dream world. They are also dark and creepy and sinister at times.” He asks Richard what was the evolution of these images?

“The first of these images were made from Scrub images from the 1990s that I had made and exhibited as positives,” says Richard. “Once I started shooting digital, I made the images with only negative presentations in mind. They of course harken to Jackson Pollock’s drip paintings, but they yield a range of metaphors, from lyrical to a little creepy. It’s interesting to consider just that - that many common forms found in nature - such as brush, tree branches, tumbleweeds, can evoke such different kinds of feelings and experiences.”

Thanks for following along, and be sure to mark your calendars!

Radius will be hosting a live zoom conversation with Richard Misrach in conversation with David Chickey on March 22nd, at ___.

Make sure to register for the talk Radiusbooks.org

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(1) Untitled #10-358 (Scrub), 2001/2008, 48.4 x 107x38 in. (2) Untitled (03040639#FC), 2014, 50 x 93.8 (3) Untitled (49860#FC), 2008, 47 x 95in. (4) IPS #5975 (Scrub #6), 2012, 17 x 22in. (5) IPS #6831, 2014, 13.6 x 18.133 in.

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Richard believes that the notion of surprise and discovery is what is at the very core of this project. “I still take great care in paying attention to form, composition, and light when I’m making the pictures. And after the fact, I turn them into negatives. And inevitably I am surprised. This Oregon Coast picture is a good example (image 4): turned into a negative, the stone outcroppings transform into icebergs… What it unexpectedly reveals is the similarity of Nature’s structures, the forms of Nature if you will, despite the very difference of location and environment.”

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Purchase your copy of Richard Misrach: Notations:
https://www.radiusbooks.org/all-books/p/richard-misrach-notations

Images: © Richard Misrach: Notations, (1) Untitled #99-681 (Battleground Point), 1991/2008, 95 x 120in. (2) Untitled (#553), 2007, 60 x 80 in. (3) Untitled #99-391 (Mono Lake), 1999/2010, 96 x 120 in. (4) Untitled (#10669), 2007, 60 x 80 in. (5) Untitled (7741100FC), 2007, 60 x 80 in.

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“I think originally my working title for the series was ‘Ordinary Landscapes.’” says Richard Misrach regarding the work published in his latest monograph, Notations. “Suddenly, the most ordinary (if often lovely) landscapes would be transformed into extraordinary form. By removing our everyday references that we’ve habituated to in our lives, what was revealed are extraordinary shapes, tonalities, colors - still tied to the actual landscape, but removed enough to make us pay attention.” The work that is featured in this specific chapter of the book is loosely centered around the elemental: the stars, light reflected on water, stones in the sand, seaweed on the shore. “Simple ordinary pictures transformed from everyday banal representations into remarkable abstractions of line, shape and color.” - Richard Misrach: Notations.

🗒️ Reminder that Richard Misrach will be signing copies of Notations at Arcana Books in Culver City on March 19th from 4-6PM!!

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Richard Misrach: Notations is now available https://www.radiusbooks.org/all-books/p/richard-misrach-notations

Images: © Richard Misrach: Notations, (1) Untitled #874 (Stone Blue), 2007, 60 x 80in. (2) Untitled (Rock Wall, Mono Lake), 2009, 60 x 80in. (3) Untitled #7480 (Lava), Hawaii, 2017, 16.7 x 22.3 in.

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A section of Richard Misrach: Notations includes photographs of birds in flight. Darius notes how birds are such a universal sign for the soul or the spirit world and asks Richard about how these images came about and what inspired the inclusion of these images in the book.

“So many of the images from this series remain abstract, yet the bird silhouettes, while still somewhat abstracted, provide a reality reference. I find their simple forms so lyrical and revealing. And to pick up on the whole music theme of the project, one can also read the birds as flying notes across staves of clouds and sky.”

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Richard Misrach: Notations is now available https://www.radiusbooks.org/all-books/p/richard-misrach-notations

Images: © Richard Misrach: Notations, (1) Clouds and Birds, June 17, 2012, 1:15pm, France, 2018, 14.65 x 19.18in. (2) Clouds and Birds, June 10, 2018, 1:15pm, France, 2018, 18.5 x 25in. (3) Clouds and Birds, February 22, 2014, 10:31am, Campo, California, 2014, 60 x 80in.


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In 'Richard Misrach: Notations' Darius Himes and Richard discuss these specific images of bodies of water and people. Misrach notes: “...in Chapter 2 there are body surfers, board surfers, swimmers, sleepers. They are studies of the forms of these simple activities. For example, the body surfer dropping into the vivid pink curl of a wave - a whole new language of color is introduced. Black and white photographs used to abstract the real world of color - we used to think of black and white photos as realism. The negative palette I'm exploring does the same, sometimes vividly, dramatically, other times subtly, always extraordinarily. It's still photographic but gives us new ways to reflect on the form of the natural world." ⁠

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Richard Misrach: Notations is now available for purchase https://www.radiusbooks.org/all-books/p/richard-misrach-notations

Images: © Richard Misrach: Notations, (1) Untitled #645 (Body Surfer Reverse), 2007, 60 x 80in. (2) Untitled (Silver Surfer), 2007, 48 x 90in. (3) Untitled (Daschund), 2012, 60 x 80in. (4) Untitled #6571 (Girl under Towel), 2012, 60 x 80in.

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