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Noonday

Aetrba, Annelies

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ISBN 10: 3037783885 / ISBN 13: 9783037783887
Published by Lars Muller Publishers
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The photo book Noonday can be regarded as a sequel to Annelies Aetrba's Shades of Time, published almost twenty years ago by Lars Muller Publishers. The photographs show intimate moments in the life of the artist's family, everyday situations and seemingly insignificant moments captured on film. Num Pages: 344 pages, 300. BIC Classification: AJB. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 245 x 178 x 34. Weight in Grams: 1112. . 2015. Bilingual. Hardcover. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # V9783037783887

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Title: Noonday

Publisher: Lars Muller Publishers

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

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The photo book Noonday can be regarded as a sequel to Annelies Aetrba's Shades of Time, published almost twenty years ago by Lars Muller Publishers. The photographs show intimate moments in the life of the artist's family, everyday situations and seemingly insignificant moments captured on film. They confront the viewer with the human urge to remember and inability to forget as they evoke in his mind's eye similar images and memories from his own past. While Shades of Time focused on Aetrba's own children, Noonday shows photographs of her grandchildren. The images display the children sleeping, in the forest or other places and thus preserve graceful moments of life. With a subjective and yet documentary gaze, Aetrba halts the passing of time, oscillating between closeness and distance, relishing the moment recorded while cognizant of its ineluctable transience.

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The artist Annelies trba, best known for photographs of her children, now brings us in Noonday pictures of her grandchildren. In this noonday dream (a reference to Emily Brontë), we encounter a host of fairytale creatures, playing, sleeping, or dreaming. The viewer is drawn in and becomes part of this reverie, which is interspersed with images of everyday family life, travel, and game-playing. While the images in the artist s previous series, Shades of Time (1997), were raw and direct, Noonday glows with the ease of a summer afternoon and yet still leaves us with the melancholy certainty that the days of childhood pass by much too fast.

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