"Nearly a decade after the publication of The Architect's Brother, Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison will be releasing their second title which revisits themes explored in the first book including man's destruction and healing of the planet. Shot in color, the photographs also utilize the ParkeHarrisons' early technique of applying pigment by hand, directly to their large-scale prints." "Robert ParkeHarrison once again appears as the Everyman of the book's visual narrative - one who despite the will to effect change, is all too often rendered impotent and ineffectual. The ParkeHarrisons also explore the epic landscape as a metaphor for the state of mankind, particularly alluding to recent natural disasters and their aftermath."--BOOK JACKET.
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Review: CounterpointUser Review - Goodreads
This didn't blow me away the way The Architect's Brother did, but it is still pretty awesome. Kinda mythopoetic, if you can use that to describe photography. A couple that I really liked (that aren't already shown on Paquita's review):
Review: CounterpointUser Review - Paquita Maria Sanchez - Goodreads
I often decry the disintegration of hands-on creative processes resulting from New Media, particularly in the realm of photography. I couldn't tell you the number of times after classes in college ... Read full review