Yoav Horesh’s Aftermath is a selection of photographs made in suicide bombing sites in Israel after the places have been hastily repaired and the destruction has been erased not only from the landscape, but also from the collective memory. In an increasingly desensitized environment of war imagery, we are hardly ever challenged to think about the aftermath.
In House, vibrant reflections of life, history and masculinity are in the mirrors of House’s barbershop in Harlem. Men of all walks of life congregated here where the traditions of grooming styles and the oral historie were passed from old to young, and then back again. Jeffrey Henson Scales' photographs present a vital intersection of the cultural fabric of African Americans, and the history of Harlem.
We were on press in July 2016. All five books were beautifully printed in duotone ink at Grafica SI.Z in Verona, Italy. The books measure 8 ⅜” by 8 ⅜”, have 96 pages, and include between 41 and 53 images.
Folded and Gathered Book Covers
Offset Plates from the press
On Press at Grafiche Si.Z in Verona, Italy.
L-to-R: Pressman, Nicola Simioni, Thomas Roma, Anna Roma