T. Holton, B. Johae, R. Leist, Z. Leonard, E. Levitas, G. Ligon, edited and introduced by S. C. Pinson
Eminent Domain features selections from recent photographic projects by five contemporary New York-based photographers: Thomas Holton's The Lams of Ludlow Street, Bettina Johae's borough edges, nyc, Reiner Leist's Window, Zoe Leonard's Analogue, and Ethan Levitas's Untitled/This is just to say. Turning on the nature of photography itself (which always complicates the relationship between private and public property), these works intersect and resonate with current concerns about the reorganization of urban space, and its public use, in New York City. As a counterpoint, Glenn Ligon offers the literal narrative of his own housing in the city, as a reminder that behind these (now) public images lie myriad personal and private stories.
Edited by Stephen C. Pinson. Softcover, 68 color and black-and-white photographs, 80 pages.
Item Number: 9780871044600