Monday, 5 October 2009
1000 Words Photography Magazine #6
© Anna Linderstam
Dear friends and colleagues of 1000 Words,
It gives me great pleasure to inform you that the Autumn issue, The Unfathomable, is online now.
To view it, please go to:
Featuring work-in-progress from JH Engström, a survey of recent Farnham graduate Anna Linderstam’s oeuvre to date, Kelli Connell’s Double Life series, a presentation on Gone Astray Details by Clare Strand; a special book review of Water Does Not Soak in Rain by Korean artist Atta Kim and an essay on Without Sanctuary – a collection of found and anonymous photographs of lynchings in America’s deep south – there are many different modes of representation in this issue, but all make strong statements both on and through photography and, we hope, will touch you in some profound way.
In addition, we also have book reviews of Nuevas Historias: A New View of Spanish Photography and Video Art, Viviane Sassen’s Flamboya and We English by Simon Roberts. Beside these publications, the Autumn issue includes an exclusive multimedia piece by Robin Maddock wherein he discusses his new book Our Kids Are Going to Hell, published by Trolley Books.
Don’t forget 1000 Words is offering its readers discounts on books such as Magnum photographer Donovan Wylie´s Maze and Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2009 winner Paul Graham’s Monograph, courtesy of Steidl. To order your copy please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always, thanks to all the photographers and writers and special thanks to Santiago Taccetti of CCCH Creative Studio, Barcelona for his stellar design work on this project.
See you at Paris Photo, but in the meantime, enjoy!
Editor in chief | Director
1000 Words Photography Magazine