Mossless 4: Public/Private/Portrait
In contemporary society, it can be difficult to define what is private and what is public. Mossless's fourth big book explores this theme by looking at how contemporary artists address these very issues.
The book by Romke Hoogwaerts is being made in collaboration with Charlotte Cotton and the International Center of Photography and will be debuted at the new ICP Museum this summer. The book will complement the inaugural exhibit, Public, Private, Secret.
Featured photographers in the book include Signe Pierce, Anouk Kruithof, Ryan Pfluger, Amy Elkins, Kris Graves, Jen Davis, Daniel Mayrit, Ditta Baron Hoeber, Shohei Miyachi, Rachel Stern, Farah Al Qasimi, Molly Matalon, Gonzalo Bénard, Ben McNutt, Kalen Na'il Roach, Leah Edelman-Brier, Namsa Leuba, Bobby Scheidemann, Sabrina Jung, Stacy Kranitz, Tommy Kha, Zak Krevitt, Caroline Tompkins, Khalik Allah, Fumiko Imano and more.
Jonah Rosenberg is a contributing editor for this publication. The book, printed in Canade and designed by Elana Schlenker, will have a reflective cover, in an oversize format with full-bleed, perforated pages, and a separate text section.
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