“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 […]
First produced in 2012, a non-editioned, hand printed and built, binding of this work is now available at USD 5000 each. It comes in a clamshell box, containing a double concertina (leporello) binding. Fully extended, the binding stretches for 145ft (44m). Closed dimensions are 10″ x 15.5″ x 3″. The double leporello allows an image sequence to […]
one walk around lake cheston, sewanee, tn. 2014 view this collection of images [purchase the book from Blurb]
I Have Gone – a print-on-demand version of the book is now available Read more about a pigment-printed limited edition, also available Read more information and See the images
Pedro Meyer’s touching and elegiac remembrance of his parents has been reissued in various digital versions, twenty years after its initial publication as a CD-ROM. “I Photograph To Remember” reminds me of John Berger’s precious collection of essays in ‘Hold Everything Dear’, where, in talking about his friend Juan Muñoz and poet Nazim Hikmet, he […]