Lost Strange Things: On not finding home
Lost Strange Things: On not finding home is a monograph with images from the photographic series of the same title.
The book assembles 116 photographs, many family photos and documents culled from the artist's personal collection and texts by Rayya Badran, Bariaa Mourad and Najla Said.
208 pages, 20.5 x 26cm
CMYK (full color) recto verso
300g Fabriano Offset soft cover
140g Fabriano Offset inside pages
Published by Triton in 2014
Designed by Studio Safar
Edition of 500, Artist Edition of 10 + III AP
Points of sale:
Beirut: Art Factum Gallery, Ashkal Alwan, Beirut Art Center, Dar Bookshop, Dawawine, Plan Bey, Papercup, Recto Verso
Berlin: B/B Mulitples
Vienna: Walther König im MuseumsQuartier, Salon für Kunstbuch, 21er Haus
Lost Strange Things: On not finding home is part of the permanent collections of Albertina and the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, and The National Museum of XXI Century Arts (MAXXI) and the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna (GNAM) in Rome.
LOST STRANGE THINGS: ON NOT FINDING HOME
2013 - 2014
see installation views
This series of photographs and found documents brings together the culmination of a photographic and artistic research into the question of home, delving into the terrain of nostalgia and belonging through photography.
The body of work has grown from two years of photographing people, landscapes, cityscapes as well as objects and interiors. The images illustrate the different facets that represent home while simultaneously observing the affiliation to time, space, people and memory.