Yola Monakhov Stockton, The Nature of Imitation, 2015

30 Euro

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“While understanding photography as a craft as well as an art, she pushed against its limitations. A painting or a drawing, unlike a photograph, is not bound to its subject. In the studio, an artist is free to take creativity wherever it leads… For Yola, birds are a metaphor for her photography—for the ability to fly into freedom while remaining, at times, captured or tethered.”

Yola Monakhov Stockton, The Nature of Imitation

Schilt Publishing, 2015

Edited and designed by Yola Monakhov Stockton and Carolyn Eckert

Text by Elisabeth Biondi

7,5 x 22,4 cm

104 pages

Hardcover

ISBN 978 90 5330 845 5