The debut monograph from Lukasz Wierzbowski. A curation of the photographer's most interesting work to date presented in a clothbound hardcover book. Originally from Lubliniec in southern Poland, Lukasz Wierzbowski (born 1983) is a young photographer living and working in the historical city of Wroclaw.
A master of color composition and in the use of disruptive patterns, Wierzbowski's work often explores the ambiguous relationship between the model and their surroundings: Everyday settings become unconventional spaces and ordinary occurrences become extraordinary happenings in a seemingly random sequence of captured moments-in-between. Wierzbowski’s work has been exhibited widely; with solo shows at the Czarny Neseser Gallery in Wroclaw, Poland (2012) and the Nizio Gallery in Warsaw, Poland (2011) together with inclusion in numerous groups shows around the world, in cities ranging from New York, Los Angeles, London, Berlin, Moscow, Madrid, Rome, Milan, Melbourne and Taipei.
This edition has been sold out for many years but due to demand, we are releasing a very limited number of original books from our archives to make them available to collectors. These will be the final copies available and there will be no further editions.
460 numbered copies 96 pages, 72 colour plates 21.0 cm x 26.0 cm Hot foil embossed cloth covered hardcover Offset printing Éditions du LIC 2013 ISBN 978-82-999067-5-3