Special Edition, Signed
Attempting Exhaustion (Special Edition) B
limited edition of 10 copies / numbered & hand-signed
Include a copy of the book and signed and numbered Print on verso, housed together in a special case.
Choice from 3 images.
Each print is limited edition of 10.
Between 2009 and 2016, I photographed a table and a window in my kitchen in Lisbon.
I was first attracted by its silence, later by how the objects recieved the light, and, finally, by their geometrical composition.
I could't help noticing, more and more, how things repeated themselves without truly repeating themselves.
Little changes, almost invisible transformations happened every day, according to weather and season.
-Daniel Blaufuks, afterword-
- Book Size
- 216 x 155 x 26mm
- Archival pigment print
- Sheet size
- 139 x 204 mm
- Image size
- 80 x 75 mm
- cloth binding + special slip case
- Publication Date
- Akio Nagasawa Publishing
Daniel Blaufuks has been working on the relation between photography and literature, through works like My Tangier with the writer Paul Bowles. More recently, Collected Short Stories displays several photographic diptychs in a kind of “snapshot prose,” a speech based on visual fragments that give indication of private stories on their way to become public. The relation between public and private has been one of the constant interrogations in his work. He has been showing widely and works mainly in photography and video, presenting his work through books, installations and films. His documentary Under Strange Skies was shown at the Lincoln Center in New York.
Recent exhibitions include: Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Palazzo delle Papesse, Siena, LisboaPhoto, Centro Cultural de Belém, Lisbon, Elga Wimmer Gallery, New York, Museu do Chiado, Lisboa, Photoespaña, Madrid, where his book Under Strange Skies received the award for Best Photography Book of the Year in the International Category in 2007, the year he received the BES Photo Award as well. He published Terezín at Steidl, Götingen in 2010 and in 2011 he had a solo show at the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro and in 2014 at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Lisbon. In 2017 he was awarded the AICA-MC Award for the exhibitions Léxico and Attempting Exhaustion in the previous year.
aniel Blaufuks uses mainly photography and video, presenting his work through books, installations and films. He has a predilection for issues such as the connection between time and space and the intersection between private and public memory.