EDUARDO DEL VALLE | Childhood Memories from the Other Side of the Water

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EDUARDO DEL VALLE | Childhood Memories from the Other Side of the Water

125.00

ISBN: 978-1-58005-423-9
Hardcover, 10 1/2 x 13 1/2, 104 pages, 84 four-color plates.

In Childhood Memories from the Other Side of the Water, artist Eduardo del Valle depicts experiences and recollections of the first ten years of his life in Cuba, from 1951 until 1961, when he left the country of his birth, never to return. Over the past nine years, del Valle has made images that are central to his reminiscences and which portray painful aspects of his childhood that have stayed with him throughout his life and career. These memories of Cuba come together to form an outstanding visual autobiography. 

Limited to only 500 copies, this is a remarkable artist’s book, comprising 84 color photographs, beautifully printed on matt art paper and presented in a custom-designed cigar box. The book opens with an introduction by Tony Mendoza, and includes a preface by Juan A. Martinez, poems by Ellen Bass and Richard Blanco, and an afterword by Daniel Gottlieb.

For 40 years, Eduardo del Valle has worked in collaboration with Mirta Gómez, their practice and photographic series focusing on subjects in states of transformation. Their work has received international attention across the decades, with accolades including two Guggenheim Fellowships, solo exhibitions at New York Museum of Modern Art and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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