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John Latour
self published
Artists' Books
11.5 × 16 × 0.4 cm

This experimental and collaborative artist’s publication juxtaposes six photographic works by John Latour with six short works of fiction by Jennifer Allen, Marina Endicott, Cynthia Imogen Hammond, Lea Nakonechny, Eduardo Ralickas and Jean-Éric Riopel. Anonymous figures from vintage found photographs have been “whited out” by the artist, and this erasure of the past creates a space for new stories to be imagined.


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