Janine Antoni, ‘Mom and Dad’ (1994)
Walker Evans, ‘Labor Anonymous’ (1946)
Walker Evans: the magazine work (2014) by David Campany traces Walker Evans’ work as a jurnalist in avant-garde publications as well as mainstream titles such as Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Architectural Forum, Life and Fortune.
Giny Vos, ‘Work to do’ (1985)
Intervention on the lighting scheme of the Europoint towers in Rotterdam.
‘The Continuous Monument: On the River, project, Perspective’ (1969)
‘The Continuous Monument: On the Rocky Coast, project, Perspective’ (1969)
Beth Collar, ‘The Island of the Dead’, still from digital video
watch here : https://vimeo.com/98592174
Lytle Shaw, ‘The Moiré Effect’ (2012)
Softcover, 128 pages, black and white
Cabinet Books & Bookhorse
Ernst Moiré was a mysterious Swiss photographer whose career has been obscured by silence, documentary voids, and misinformation. So much of his life is shrouded in speculation and half-truths that he sometimes seems more like a phantasm than the flesh-and-blood figure who will forever be remembered as the inadvertent inventor of the blur that bears his name. In 2002, Cabinet magazine dispatched literary scholar and detective Lytle Shaw to Zurich to investigate the reclusive figure’s life and work. Shaw published his initial findings in Cabinet issue 7, but the puzzle of Moiré continued to vex him, and it is only now, a decade later, that the full story of his continuing investigation can finally be told.