“I personally feel that a box, far from being a dead end, is an entrance to another world. I don’t know to where, but an entrance to somewhere, some other… Read More
Meg Griffiths is currently based in Columbia, South Carolina. Her book, Casa de fruta y pan, hopes to add something new to the on-going conversation of a changing Cuba.
Zora Murff is a photographer based in Lincoln Nebraska. His book, Corrections, focuses on how images are used to define individuals who are deemed criminals.
Tommy Kha’s monograph, A Real Imitation, discusses self in self-portrait, the portrait in self-portrait, and the hyphen in self-portrait.
Can’t decide which monograph to purchase first? Pick up all three and save. Each publication comes signed and numbered. There will be a limited number of sets available.