Horizons: A Book about Travel
Horizons: A Book about Travel
Horizons: A Book about Travel
Horizons: A Book about Travel
Horizons: A Book about Travel
Horizons: A Book about Travel
Horizons: A Book about Travel
Horizons: A Book about Travel
Horizons: A Book about Travel

Horizons: A Book about Travel

Madrid: Ivorypress, 2008. Limited Edition. Slipcased. Luxurious grey ultra-suede/boards. No dj. Housed in a white, melamine slipcase with silver lettering. 186 pp. with 180 color and bw plates, including 1 gatefold and 1 folded in two. Oversize (11x15 inches) and 7 pounds. Fine/Good but with "Haunch of Venison" stamp on ffep and tiny, white sticker on bottom of slipcase spine. Back of slipcase has two areas that appear as cut-outs (see photo), but they likely are pieces broken off. Still protective. Item #152991
ISBN: 9780955458590

Horizons is a publication about travelling, organised in different chapters related to this concept. It's a mostly visual book that showcases works by a variety of artists and writers that reflect on travelling as a source of inspiration. Every chapter of the book is related to a particular theme such as loneliness, risk or endangered cultural diversity. Each chapter includes images by international artists as well as a texts. André Aciman, Jean Baudrillard, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Aminatta Forna, Álvaro Mutis, Mario Vargas Llosa and Adam Zagajewski are the authors of the texts in this publication. The selected artists are: Aniu, Michael Ackerman, Olivo Barbieri, Jonas Bendiksen, Edward Burtynsky, Kyungwoo Chun, Gilbert Garcin, Andreas Gursky, Sun Hongbin, David Maisel, Trent Parke, Alex Prager, Thomas Struth, Flore-Aël Surun, Mitra Tabrizian and Kimiko Yoshida, among others.

Price: $675.00 save 10% $607.50

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