Edward Cushenberry: While Nothing Lasts
Edward Cushenberry's While Nothing Lasts lays bare the intimacy and beauty of the everyday, with 59 portraits of friends and family. In his quest to see the divine in love, Cushenberry uses the medium of photography to highlight the eloquence and transience that inhabits each moment. Flipping through the pages, what stands out on every page is the care given for each subject. The gorgeously crafted Japanese silk cloth exterior intimates the precious gift of the every day. Cushenberry's work is part of Fotografiska's installation, "Tracking Down Intimacy," in partnership with Black Artists Fund (BAF), showcasing the talent of emerging Black artists and supporting efforts broadening opportunities for Black creators.
Size: 12.75"H 9.5"W
Japanese silk cloth covers
Printed and bound in Chicago
Photographs and text printed on an HP Indigo 12000 HD
Cased and foil stamped at Candor Arts