Daniel Gustav Cramer e Haris Epaminonda: Early Summer The End of Summer Late Autumn

Early Summer The End of Summer Late Autumn is a monographic book presenting the cumulative result of a three-partite project by Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda. The two artists collaborated on a triptych of exhibitions that had as its starting point a series of observations and interpretations on the work of Japanese filmmaker Yasujir? Ozu. Late Autumn (Samsa, Berlin, 2010), The End of Summer (dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel, 2012) and Early Summer (Kunsthalle Lissabon, Lisbon, 2012) were intended as a single, larger project in which Ozu's way of composing image and time was addressed and explored by the artists in an ongoing narrative that intersects all three exhibitions.

This monograph, co-published by Kunsthalle Lissabon and Mousse Publishing, thus not only constitutes the afterlife of their project, but also and above all, its conclusion. The book has become the only place in which the visual narrative conceived by the artists is made visible; through the book, space and time are finally aligned, thereby allowing readers to gain a more comprehensive insight into the project’s scope, which up until this point had only ever been partially understandable, as an inevitable result of the segmented nature of each individual exhibition.

The book features extensive installation views of the exhibitions’ three different venues, as well as lists of all the works installed. This will enable readers to perceive the flow of time and understand how groups of works changed, moved or were radically transformed, in some cases transitioning from one exhibition to another. The aim of establishing a visual index of subtle objects and images, of space and time, of transformation and sameness is at the core of this book, conceived and designed by the artists in collaboration with Nuno da Luz.

Early Summer The End of Summer Late Autumn

Daniel Gustav Cramer and Haris Epaminonda
Co-publicado por Mousse Publishing
Ensaios de Ana Teixeira Pinto and Luca Cerizza
140 páginas
Capa dura
28 x 21,5 cm
600 exemplares
ISBN: 978-989-98213-3-0

€ 28,00 + custos de embalagem e envio