Published 2005 by Milton Keynes Gallery, back from my storage.
The Marches, 1988-2000
Enduring Freedom, 2001-2002
Bagdad screentests, 2002
They shoot horses, 2004
The world won’t listen, 2004-2005.
It is my favorite piece. I cried watching this video.
The missing Stephen Gill book in my collection is no longer missing. No worries, I don’t have all of his books, but this one was the most wanted. For now.
It’s like on a 90’s CD, the hidden track, here is the hidden mini book inside the book
I like the moments, people and faces caught.
Originally published 2004 by Little More, then published 2005 by Foil , this one is a 2010 reprint (Foil), bought at Dashwood NYC while my NY trip in June
Published 2005 by powerHouse Books (reprint), bought in NY at MAST (66 avenue A NYC)
My best friend Mark is a huge fan of Danny Lyon, so when we went to Mast together and found this book, I felt this was a sign for all of us.
80 and 82 Beekman Street
The west side of Gold Street between Ann and Beckham Streets. The metal front of this type of building was ordered in sections from catalogs.An identical building, only a section less in length, stood on the corner of Beekman and Pearl Streets.
185 West Street at Chambers
A Reade Street entrance to 187 West Street
Beekman Street, Sunday morning. Ginco, Tonto, Frankie, John Jr., and Nelson, after exploring the buildings.
Marilyn, in an abandoned building
Self-portrait in an abandoned West Street hotel room
Dropping a wall
View through the rear wall, 89 Beekman Street
The ruins of 100 Gold Street
Photie man was Tom Wood’s nickname in his city of New Brighton, where he took all these amazing portraits, just walking from his house with his camera, and meeting / looking at people.
Published by Fraenkel / Matthew Marks Galleries, 2005. Can’t remember where I got it, I think it’s at my friend’s, Kai.
As you may already know, I’m very sensitive to Robert Adams work. I have seen this work at Fondation Cartier, here in Paris, 3 years ago.
Nothing much to say about this (very classical) book.
The work is - of course - very impressive.
Just because exhibitions don’t last for ever and that we need to keep memories.