4to., publisher’s cloth binding,  pp., slipcase present. SIGNED BY TACITA DEAN. LIMITED EDITION 1440/4000. Some sunning to spine and discoloration to slipcase, otherwise a tight, bright, near fine copy. The images in “FLOH” are photographs discovered by Tacita Dean in flea markets across Europe and America. These portraits, holiday snapshots, documents of banal occurrences or spectacular views have all been retrieved and given a new existence. They keep the silence of the flea market; the silence they had when they were found; the silence of the lost object. This, however, is found photography with a twist. In “FLOH.” it is presented as art: beautifully printed in a linen cover, slipcased volume, and each copy of the book is signed and numbered by the artist. Text in English.
DEAN, Tacita and Martyn Ridgewell, Floh by Tacita Dean. Made in collaboration with Martyn Ridgewell., Steidl Publications, 2001
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