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April 07, 2006

Coming Home by Peter Sutherland!!

We have announced the upcoming launch of this book already a few days ago. Here now some more insight on this great publication and also a few nice shots from it. If you did not have the chance yet, the pictures are being excibited at The Reed Space in Orchard Street, NYC.

"Coming Home, published by PAM Books (Australia), is his latest collection of photographs. The photographs in Coming Home were shot mainly in Colorado between 2002 and 2006, and are held together with a loose narrative thread, spun by guest-editor Misha Hollenbach. They are images of objects, places, and situations that Sutherland feels a strong personal connection to and things that he wants to celebrate: the outdoors, classic rock, animals and those little moments in everyday life that eloquently betray the notion of ordinariness. "

greenbear

deerunderbridge

kite

Head over there if you got the time, its definitely worth it.


Enjoy,

David

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