back in israel/palestine for the spring & summer
TIS books, a brand new imprint out of brooklyn, NY, recently published the first installment of my ongoing work in vermont.
a series of images from the book can be seen in the gallery at left.
the book is part of a four volume set featuring work by tim carpenter, nelson chan and carl wooley.
to find out more about TIS, or to purchase books, check out tisbooks.pub.
Happy to have been invited to contribute to The Photographer's Playbook – 307 Assignments and Ideas by the best and the brightest, a ridiculous list really, edited by Jason Fulford and Gregory Halpern.
elementary calculus featured in the april/may issue of hotshoe international magazine.
"is calculus the loneliest branch of math? Functions describe an endless movement towards a limit but never an arrival..."
-- an intelligent and thoughtful review of elementary calculus in the newest issue of fraction magazine (#49) by leo hsu.
pleased to announce that elementary calculus will be included in the ICP triennial exhibition, a different kind of order, as a part of the photobook installation. the exhibition runs from may 17 - september 8, 2013.
from the ICP: every three years, ICP's curators round up some of the most interesting contemporary photography and video works from around the world. the 2013 triennial, A Different Kind of Order, focuses on artworks created in our current moment of widespread economic, social, and political instability.
the ICP triennial is curated by Kristen Lubben, Christopher Phillips, Carol Squiers, and Joanna Lehan.
work from elementary calculus will be on exhibit as a part of the four person show, un-drawn, at the philadelphia photo arts center, march 14th – may 17th, 2013. the opening is on thursday march 14th, from 6 – 9.
from the PPAC website: Un-drawn, a group exhibition presenting the work of J Carrier, Richard Mosse, Xaviera Simmons and David Taylor. Un-drawn offers 4 distinct perspectives on displacement and immigration from multiple locations across the globe. Collectively, they address how invisible or contested borders are revealed through images of the landscape, it’s inhabitants and the spaces or monuments in between the two. The images in this exhibition depict exile and migration, conflict and defeat, permeated by the desire to reveal a new understanding of place.
elementary calculus, with 14 mentions, was the second highest ranked book on the 2012 meta list -- 'the list of lists', compiled by QT luong, which tallies all the best of the year listings for each book.
i am very thankful to all who listed the book as a favorite and to all my friends, family and colleagues who have supported me, and this project, along the way.
it really was an incredible year for photo-books and there are a lot of great artists on the list.
2012 was quite an amazing year –– many thanks to all the folks who helped along the way, making it such a success, and to all those who listed elementary calculus as one of the best books of the year...
/// alec soth
/// TIME lightbox
/// shane lavalette
/// adam bell
/// claxton projects
/// feature shoot
/// telerama (pdf)
best wishes to all in the coming year!!!