Paul Graham’s Does Yellow Run Forever? comprises a series of photographs touching upon the ephemeral question of what we seek and value in life: love, wealth, beauty, clear-eyed reality or an inner dream world. The work weaves in and out of three groups of images: photographs of rainbows from Western Ireland, a sleeping dreamer, and gold storefronts in the United States. The imagery leads us from reality to dream and illusion, between fact and spectral phenomena, each entwined one within the other. Does Yellow Run Forever? refuses to reduce the world to a knowable schema, but instead embraces the puzzle - that there are no singular meanings, direct answers, or gold waiting at the end of the rainbow. Published by MACK (London).
96 pages, 13.5 cm x 19 cm, hardcover, MACK (London).