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Kristine Potter
Manifest

Photoghraphs by Kristine Potter

Text by Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa

TBW Books, 2018

First edition

Hardcover with tip-on front and verso

92 pp. , 48 b/w illustrations

241 x 285 mm

ISBN 978-1-942953-34-0

Item #8044

0.900 8044 EUR 45.00 Add to Cart

Selected as one of the Best Books of 2018 by Jeffrey Ladd, Ron Jude, Bryan Schutmaat

Kristine Potter is a 2018 Guggenheim Fellow, Manifest marks the artist's debut monograph. Created while working in remote areas along the Western slope of Colorado between 2012 and 2015, Kristine Potter builds on her previous investigations of masculinity and the American Soldier, here fixing her gaze on a parallel archetype, the American Cowboy.

Uncovering a world far more formidable and disorienting than the canon of traditional western landscape photography had previously detailed, Potter encounters men who sparingly dot the terrain, seemingly both tethered to, and in divergence with, the myth that precedes them.

Manifest does not act as a documentary, but rather as a re-coding of the western myth, the territory and its men, it is both fantasy and reality. Weaving body and landscape, the book lays open the seduction of the West, the opportunities it promises, the disorientation of altitude, and the confrontation of persistent danger.

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