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This book presents a very personal body of work from Magnum photographer Christopher Anderson, who has earned international acclaim for his documentary work from conflict zones all over the world. Following the birth of his son he stepped away from war photography and his photographs turned towards an intimate reflection: "These photographs are an organic response to an experience that is at the same time the most unique and the most universal of experiences: the birth of a child. (…) At the same time that I was experiencing the intense joy of new life, my father was diagnosed with lung cancer. It's fair to say that I found myself reflecting on obvious themes of life and death. Through my son, my role as the son took on new meaning and my senses were hypertuned to the evidence of my own life passing. Then these photographs just sort of happened. They are a record of love and a reflection on the seasonal nature of life." Anderson (b. 1970 in Canada) was awarded with the Robert Capa Gold Medal, two World Press Photo Awards and the title "Magazine Photographer of the Year." He has published two monographs, Nonfiction (2003) and Capitolio (2009).
Christopher Anderson . Son
Book with C-print, sheet size ca. 20 x 24 cm
Edition of 100
20 x 24,5 cm
44 color illustrations
This issue is themed around the Myth, a subject that has been important in the visual arts as long as we know. The seer is a visionary, creating ways of understanding or framing things that at first appear otherworldly, impossible or irrational. Their interpretations enter our systems of belief and understanding. Who is the author: the seer who creates the stories or the believer who adopts and acts upon them? The photographer has the ability to transform and create connections through envisioning stories from ancient times to contemporary life. Through a process of endless repetition and re-interpretation it becomes a timeless given: a myth existing at the junction where fact and fiction collide. And at the end, we believe what we see, or do we?
Foam Magazine is an international photography magazine published three times a year by Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam.
The annual Foam Magazine Talent Issue and the related Talent Programme are supported by the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation and the Niemeijer Fund. Foam Magazine is sponsored by Igepa Netherlands BV, supplier of excellent paper.
Printed on selected specialised paper
A popular black & white powder film developer for fine grain negatives without the loss of speed.
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Fine grain developer
Available in 1lt or 5lt boxes
Compatible with: Spiral tanks, deep tanks and machine processing
ILFORD ID-11 is widely regarded as the industry standard powder developer. Catering for general, scientific and technical photography, this popular film developer produces excellent results with all black & white films.
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Liquid concentrate for toning b&w papers
Used at ambient room temperatures
Delivers an archival, visibly warmer print
Convenient, versatile and long working dish life
HARMAN SELENIUM TONER is a liquid concentrate toner offering a convenient, simple and effective way to create a stunning selenium toned look to your prints. Designed for dish/tray toning, it works with all resin coated (RC) and traditional fibre based (FB) black & white photographic papers.
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PATERSON Film Developing Tank 3x35mm
Paterson System 5 drip-free film developing tank
Very good film developing tank from Paterson in England.
Patented large rubber lid that really seals itself to the tank. Tanks, that barely drip. Very good value for the money.
3 x 35mm or 2 x 120 film. Includes two film reels.
The film reels are made with quality construction and reel the film in (like the AP reels) automatically with little beads.
The tank sits well in the hand for inversion during developing, and you can grip it easily while removing or replacing the lid.
The reels from Paterson and the economical AP-Tanks are interchangeable. So if you already have the AP reels and just want to upgrade the tank, you can do that too.
Encuadernador de anillas de archivo ADOX, plástico negro
Archivador de anillas de polipropileno estable, para guardar negativos, hojas de contacto e impresiones (en fundas protectoras). Cerrado por todos los lados para una mayor protección contra el polvo. material negro.
La encuadernadora de anillas es sobredimensionada, por lo que nuestras hojas negativas ADOFILE más grandes, así como las hojas de contacto 24x30cm, caben en su interior.
Capacidad: aprox. 150 páginas negativas rellenas.
Medidas: 33,5 x 6 x 31,5 cm.
Cierre de anillo DIN 4 estándar.
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