Essay by Francis Hodgson. Photographs by Erwin Olaf.
Aperture. New York. 2014. First edition, first impression. Hardback; yellow woven cloth boards, with photographic image pasted to front board, title in gilt. 104 pages. 56 four-colour images. English. 340 x 260mm. 1.4kg. 9781597110617. Fine.
Aperture's second volume on the atmospheric work of Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf. Olaf is known for his stylized, high-coloured images that capture figures in a filmic, often haunting, setting. The book follows on from an earlier volume pubished in 2008 and showcases Olaf's work created since then. Included are rich reproductions of his best work, including a series from the 'Keyholes' video installation and images taken on location in Berlin.
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