"The Cut" is an artificial waterway which divides the British working class city of Bristol. The pictures were taken mostly on the South side a few days before the Brexit vote in June of 2016.No doubt: The notion that Britain may leave the EU troubled Krass Clement deeply, and influenced his mood and perception as he was taking these rarer color photographs. The ambiguities of being left behind, loneliness, feelings of limbo and powerlessness are present in all of Krass Clement’s books. "Across the Cut" proves that they are merely place-specific, but manifestation of this brilliant and empathetic photographer's eye for human emotions.
Valery Faminsky — the Russian Robert Capa!
The discovery of this forgotten archive is a stunner. Faminsky (1914-1993) was embedded in the Soviet troops during the final days of war and he was right in the middle when the surrender was announced in the streets of Berlin in May 1945.
The book is available now. As are the two Collector's Editions!
"I found it absurd that most of the photobooks that are now considered the greatest or most influential books
the medium has produced over the past 150 years are unavailable to students and newer generations of
photographers because of their extreme rarity or value. Photobooks were, and continue to be, vital to my own
education and maturity as an artist, and I hope that this book series can inspire students, or anyone for
that matter, through seeing some of these masterpieces in their entirety.”
–Jeffrey Ladd, publisher of Errata Editions
"Record" dates back to the 70s when Daido Moriyama started publishing his photography as an ongoing personal magazine series, outlaying his pictures from the streets of various cities. For you we have the following numbers:
Signed and unsigned copies available!