MACK, 2015 First edition Softcover, 80 pages, 170 x 230 mm Condition: New
Ken Graves’s idiosyncratic photographs capture the humour and pathos of America in the transitional era of the 1960s and 1970s. Graves uses photography as a tool to document everyday surrealism, the improbable episodes and happy accidents which unfold before the camera. In searching out public displays of Americana, the photographer focuses on the simultaneity of anticipation and collision, reaching beyond the hyperreal of the fairgrounds and the holiday occasions, revealing instead the wonder, humour and strangeness of the everyday.
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