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55 Pages, Black and White, Paperback; 15 Photographs
plus the essay,
THE VALUE OF ART.    US: $40

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SPECIAL COLLECTOR'S LIMITED EDITION: Additional, 4”x6”, original gravure print tipped in.  Limited edition of 25.  Signed by Author.  US: $200 Inquire for availability

An infectious and playful sense of irony informs this photographic work as well as the long-repressed essay, “The Value of Art”, which, turns the Hegelian model of traditional art criticism on its head and speaks to the emptiness and essential loneliness of our time, where economics has become the main engine that drives contemporary, gallery-art production and the conversations that surround it. Where once religion and the celebration of nature, and life’s eternal mysteries served as the springboard for creative output, its collectivity and possession, today we stand solitary before astronomically expensive images of others who stare equally solitarily at images of themselves.