Read review here by Holland Cotter January 21 2013 New York Times
The sitters for the most beautiful showof new portrait photography so far this season are horses, specifically the team of Army horses used to pull caissons in military funerals at Arlington National Cemetery. Charlotte Dumashas photographed them after their workday is over, when they are back in the stable, settling down for the night.
24×32 cm, 20 pages, 14 plates full color in an edition of 500.
You can order here for signed copies of the second edition ($ 35.00 / € 25,- ).
Of the special edition only some a.p. of Ringo are available, please inquire for more info.
Special edition with c-print of 8×10”/20×25 cm, choice of
two different images, each in an edition of 25
For the first time, Paris Photo puts in place an original journey within the galleries: “Paris Photo vu par…”, which will be entrusted to a different personality each year.
In 2012, it is David Lynch that Paris Photo entrusts with the task of choosing from among the works exhibited by the gallery owners. The resulting journey of that selection will be identified in the Fair and a book will be published by Steidl . An original way for the public to contemplate the works whilst at the same time discovering David Lynch’s aesthetic universe.