I work at ➢ Donlon Books in London & am an online editor of ➢ BLOOD OF THE YOUNG ZINE, mostly. I take my own photographs too, sometimes. ➢ *・゜゜・*:.。..。.:*・゜・*:.。. .。.:*・゜゜・**・゜゜・*:.。..。.:*・゜・*:.。.
These photographs were taken between October 1978 and January 1979. During that time I got to know and enter the world of some of the women on Falkland Road. They were very special women. This book is for them—with deep thanks to my friend Saroja.
this is real
Look who found his way back to Baltimore.
The last of four volumes of Kitajima’s Photo Mail from Okinawa, published to coincide with his shows at the Camp Gallery, founded by Daido Moriyama after the dissolution of Workshop, and predating Kitajima’s work in book form. This gritty magazine, published in black and white on glossy paper, shows the evolution of Japanese photography out of the Provoke era.
While Kitajima retains some of Provoke’s hallmarks, his emphasis is more on people and less on abstraction. Kitajima’s images of a seedy Okinawa evoke a Punk or even Hip Hop sensibility, and form the genesis of the New York work for which he is best known.
Ernesto Bautista - Masses [Masas], 2009
Transparent lighter filled with blood
Images from photographic spreads in PANGS, a zine made up of found photographs, iPhone, recent photography and scans. Edition of nothing