Elad Lassry has developed a reputation for the wit and rigour of his investigations into how we perceive and conceive pictures, through photographs, films and sculpture, as well as interventions in the gallery space. For Lassry, the act of looking, whether at a unique artwork, human face or generic coffee cup, is always a picture making process, an instant that combines a particular sensual experience haunted by the memory of countless images that transform that experience. This book includes an accompanying text by Andre Rottman – research fellow at the Department of Art History at the Freie Universitat Berlin and contributor to Artforum International. Thanks to White Cube (London).
72 pages, 25 x 33 cm, hardbback, White Cube (London).