But still, it turns | Author: Paul Graham
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All these works are brought together in harmony and enlightening dissonance, as Graham teases out a new photographic form. Its title is the words allegedly murmured by Gallileo after being forced to withdraw his observations of the world; what can be seen here, in Graham’s words, is “all the world’s infinite consanguinity”.
The book includes essays by Paul Graham, Rebecca Bengal, RaMell Ross, and Ian Penman.
23.5 x 28.7 cm
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