“From Where Loss Comes asks us to hold in the same visual space love and violence, sacrifice and gain, mutilation and beauty, personal loss and community belonging. In a deeply sensitive, sobering collection of photographs, Malde captures the humanity contained in a fundamentally inhumane practice and compels viewers to linger with their own self-reflection of how they may bring hurt even as they care.” — Dr. Linda Mayes, the Arnold Gesell Professor of Child Psychiatry, Pediatrics, and Psychology and Director of the Yale Child Study Center.
Now Available I am very happy to announce that “Platinotype: Making Photographs in Platinum and Palladium with the Contemporary Printing-out Process” will be available from Focal / Routledge in December. It is the result of over three decades of collaboration between Mike Ware and myself. The volume includes works by over forty photographers representing an […]
Funnel Cakes, Pmurt, Winchester, Virginia. August, 2020. Have you tried to keep track of one wavelet moving across a lake’s rippling surface? We are less than one hundred days away from the U.S. presidential election. This will be the fifth one in which I cast my vote, as a naturalized citizen. To be an American […]
Seven thirty, March 27, 2020. From the series, ‘Anthropophagus’.
Geranium, in my bedroom, March, 2020.
Blossoms, March 27, 2020From the series, ‘Cannibal’