The first monograph on visual artist Laure Tiberghien, who lives and works in Paris. Covering ten years of work, the book reflects the artist’s interest in the visual and plastic aspects of photography as she explores the inventive potential of the medium. Produced through a combination of chemistry, light, and time, Tiberghien’s abstract prints emerge from a masterful approach to composition and colour. The surface, in this case the type of paper selected for a specific print, also plays a crucial role in producing the desired result. The book’s design, by SP Millot, arrays the text of an essay by Erik Verhagen in a way that punctuates the images, just as the images propel the text.
|128 p, ills colour & bw, 24 x 32 cm, hb, English|