Tel Aviv-born, LA-based artist Elad Lassry's On Onions is essentially a study of form. Juxtaposing repeated images of onions (and occasional human eyeballs) dissected to various degrees, Lassry poses the question of just what it is that connects or separates these images aside from their referent. Humorously, the book also includes an essay by Angie Keefer about the effects of sliced onions on human tear ducts. Published by Primary Information (New York).
240 pages, 13 x 22 cm, paperback, Primary Information (New York).