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No more no less = 不多不小
Koike, Kensuke, 1980-
Photographs shot by an unknown Shanghai University student in the early ’80s, these portraits are of unknown individuals, manipulated by the artist Kensuke Koike. It's a three-volume series, "born from the encounter between artists Koike and Sauvin, includes new silver prints made from the album's original negatives. These prints were then submitted to Koike's sharp imagination, who, with a simple blade and adhesive tape, deconstructs and reinvents the images. However, these purely manual interventions all respect one single formal rule: Nothing is removed, nothing is added, 'No More, No Less."--From title pages. Two books are issued with slipcases and the third in a plastic sleeve. Text by Koike and Thomas Sauvin.
Sauvin, Thomas, 1983-
the(M) éditions ; Skinnerboox ; Jiazashi Press
9791095424109 ; 9788894895193
3 volumes : illustrations
Perfect bindingsSmyth sewingFolded Books
artists' books (books)photobooks
For Rights information please contact Special Collections at the John M. Flaxman Library.
The original object was photographed with a NIKON D810 digital camera at 300 ppi as a camera raw file (NEF). The NEF file was then converted to the TIFF format in Adobe Photoshop.