Graciela Iturbide photographs Abdourahman A. Waberi text Ryuji Mitani case
Graciela Iturbide’s self-portraits have given rise to a story all about controlled violence. Waberi has summoned up the life of a frustrated rioter in an imaginary country, a wreck, cut off from Western society who sees himself as part of the animal species. Francolin finds relief for “his rheumatism with concoctions based on whitewash and ostrich eggs”. The story is divided into segments, each one taking up one of the four sections of the book which get smaller as the story unfolds.
4 original signed photographs (platinum prints)
Case made of Japanese walnut hollowed out with a chisel by Mitani himself
23,5 x 30 x 3,5 cm
Text in Spanish and French
Limited edition of 30 copies + 3 H.C + 5 A.P