Efrem Zelony-Mindell – n e w f l e s h

n e w f l e s h is a curatorial exploration by Efrem Zelony-Mindell, both intimate and deeply expansive, that recasts concepts of queerness in relation to the body. This compilation encompasses a diverse set of practices, including abstract, studio-constructed, and digitally manipulated images by artists of various backgrounds and levels of experience. Meister explains, “Parts of the work might be seen as obliquely interested in questions of queerness, while others are more direct. Combined, they represent a truly personal perspective.” Zelony-Mindell’s first book in the role of curator as artist, n e w f l e s h draws parallels between bodily experience and photography—and their shared transformative potential to render forms of sexuality and identity free from societal constructs or physical limits. In its modest scale, the book is inviting as an object, with thoughtful binding choices that complement its vision: softcover, with an exposed and printed spine, and a reflective bronze shape on the cover that evokes a shimmering fleshy feel.

Gnomic Book
Brooklyn, 2019
Designed by : Jason Koxvold

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Stephen Berkman – Predicting the Past—Zohar Studios: The Lost Years

FIRST PHOTOBOOK : 20 NOMINEES

PHOTOBOOK OF THE YEAR : 10 NOMINEES

PHOTOGRAPHY CATALOGUE OF THE YEAR: 5 NOMINEES