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« KA-BOOM  » by Andrea Botto is a fictional explosive manual in which sourced vintage photographs encounter staged do-it-yourself explosive construction images, with the photographs Andrea Botto has shot of real non-military explosions. The result is a sophisticated enquiry of photography’s contemporary status, in which numerous questions are raised and no simple answers are given. » from « Photos as text » by Ilaria Bonacossa, published in Andrea Botto « KA-BOOM The Explosion of Landscape », Editions Bessard, Paris.

« KA-BOOM » by Andrea Botto is a fictional explosive manual in which sourced vintage photographs encounter staged do-it-yourself explosive construction images, with the photographs Andrea Botto has shot of real non-military explosions. The result is a sophisticated enquiry of photography’s contemporary status, in which numerous questions are raised and no simple answers are given. » from « Photos as text » by Ilaria Bonacossa, published in Andrea Botto « KA-BOOM The Explosion of Landscape », Editions Bessard, Paris.

The iconic bowler hat,the long black braids, the adjusted corset and the brightly colored puffed skirt: their out t is well known all around the world. The mythical cholitas are a strong symbol of Bolivia. Discriminated against for a long time, they are now very much a driving force in Bolivia. in scenes that were unimaginable 10 or 20 years ago, nowadays they have real clout in the economic, political and even fashion worlds. the cholitas have managed to nd their place in modern society without denying their collective past. they are an expression of the dignity of indian populations. this photographic series aims to renew insight into Bolivian womanhood. it also carries with it new identity af rmations and re ects the social changes on the march in the country.

The iconic bowler hat,the long black braids, the adjusted corset and the brightly colored puffed skirt: their out t is well known all around the world. The mythical cholitas are a strong symbol of Bolivia. Discriminated against for a long time, they are now very much a driving force in Bolivia. in scenes that were unimaginable 10 or 20 years ago, nowadays they have real clout in the economic, political and even fashion worlds. the cholitas have managed to nd their place in modern society without denying their collective past. they are an expression of the dignity of indian populations. this photographic series aims to renew insight into Bolivian womanhood. it also carries with it new identity af rmations and re ects the social changes on the march in the country.

Yong Xu NEGATIVES (Collector’s edition- few copies available), signed c print include) a text by Markus Schaden, founder of The PhotoBook Museum.: The current decade, only half past, deserves a look to the current score. The photobook has achieved popularity, quality and quantity unexpectedly high dimensions. All the more important content and the digital world calls for and the digital photo book. But maybe the right way is indeed in between. This shows an outstanding concept of the Chinese photographer Xu Yong with his brilliant photobook NEGATIVE! A hybrid between analogy and digital. What demands Xu Yong? The viewer can or must reverse the printed in negative colour photographs with his smartphone and thus becomes a (positive) developers in their own digital darkroom. The theme: politically explosive: The China still taboo recordings of the protests on the Tiananmen Square in Beijing in 1989. Fantastic and pioneering. The photobook has arrived in the new decade.

Yong Xu NEGATIVES (Collector’s edition- few copies available), signed c print include) a text by Markus Schaden, founder of The PhotoBook Museum.: The current decade, only half past, deserves a look to the current score. The photobook has achieved popularity, quality and quantity unexpectedly high dimensions. All the more important content and the digital world calls for and the digital photo book. But maybe the right way is indeed in between. This shows an outstanding concept of the Chinese photographer Xu Yong with his brilliant photobook NEGATIVE! A hybrid between analogy and digital. What demands Xu Yong? The viewer can or must reverse the printed in negative colour photographs with his smartphone and thus becomes a (positive) developers in their own digital darkroom. The theme: politically explosive: The China still taboo recordings of the protests on the Tiananmen Square in Beijing in 1989. Fantastic and pioneering. The photobook has arrived in the new decade.

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