Frank Gaudlitz (*1958) is one of the most important German photographers of today. For three decades, he has occupied himself with the transformation of Russian society and in his photos shows how much disparity there is in the country.

Jadranka Kosorcic

Blind Date
On the first sight: nothing but drawings. But a closer look on the art of Jadranka Kosorcic reveals clearly the very conceptional essence of her works. In her art the drawings are portraits at the very end of a process concluded by means of reflecting the actual relations and the forming of identity.
Her portraits are situated consciously somewhere between the clean, faceless surface of a wanted photo and the sensible, amateur drawing of a loved face. It’s exactly the broad spectre, containing the possibility of a collapse, which shows the instability of the globalized post-modernity: its incorporation in a surface or a thread, in a normative or intimate-intensive way. Jadranka Kosorcic’s pared-down portraits seek a clear connection and an unblocked, uncompromised view of another
human being. (Raimar Stange)

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"Jadranka Kosorcic"

March 2009

ISBN 978-3-86678-278-5

19,00 x 26,50 cm

128 Pages

14 colored and 46 b/w illustrations

Softcover with flaps, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German, English

Jadranka Kosorcic

Raimar Stange, Rebecca Geldard and William Pym
The illustrated book was published on the occasion of the exhibition „Jadranka Kosorcic. Blind Date“, 2008, Artothek München.