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"Obscure" by Andy Vella

Started by Ulrich, July 29, 2014, 17:48:38

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MeltingMan

Quote from: mooki on September 20, 2014, 00:19:12
What do you guys think about it?

I think it fits perfectly well to the "After The Rain" book.
Otherwise it will offer some inevitable gaps.In any case a must-have edition! 
Don Juan, malgré la pauvreté de la ma-
tière où il s'efforce, touche à l'Abstrait par
une conception de la femme que ni l'Orient
ni les modernes n'ont osé formuler.

TYPHONIA, XIᵉ roman de l'Ethopée

dsanchez

those who already got this, can you please comment more on the book? thanks!
2019.06.08 Dublin
2019.07.04 Novi Sad
2019.07.17 Athens

MeltingMan

Of course.In his foreword wrote Robert,interestingly enough,about the "disappeared worlds".
It concerns The Cure,but also the photography.When I saw the contact prints and large format
polaroids it reminds me of hundreds black and white negatives in the cellar.All of them my own
35mm and 6✕7 format waiting for archiving.
The book is like a "family album" with known and yet unknown pictures and,last but not least,
very topical photographs from TCT 2014.That's why it is a must-have for every fan and when
you're familiar with "slow" photography-even better! Nevertheless,"After The Rain" is indispensable.
Don Juan, malgré la pauvreté de la ma-
tière où il s'efforce, touche à l'Abstrait par
une conception de la femme que ni l'Orient
ni les modernes n'ont osé formuler.

TYPHONIA, XIᵉ roman de l'Ethopée

Ulrich

On his new website, you can view a little bit of the book incl. Robert's foreword:
http://www.velladesign.com/filter/work/obscure
If only I'd thought of the right words...