Co-ordination and Re-assignment in the Dissonant Steel Fish Tank

@ Giuseppe Micciché   Co-ordination and Re-assignment in the Dissonant Steel Fish Tank   By Brad Feuerhelm, ASX, December 2014 Cento passi is a affectionate, yet somnambulant and lightly traumatic study of photographer Giuseppe Micciché’s father’s decline into Alzheimer’s disease between 2011/2012. The book is an effective mediation on the oscillating and often times confusing […]

Aaron McElroy – “I Lied” (2014)

By Brad Feuerhelm for ASX, March 2014 Aaron McEroy’s new book “I lied” is beautifully designed by Jurgen Maelfeyt for Art Paper Editions. It is a inspired continuation of McElroy’s supreme visions of poetic pantone flesh and subdued eroticism. Greatly enabled by a shift in focus towards new frontiers in metaphor due to the inclusion […]

Lorenzo Vitturi Talks Anatomy, Vibrancy and Social Decay (2014)

  “I like to compare my process to that one of a visionary anatomist.”   By Brad Feuerhelm, ASX, January 2014 Lorenzo Vitturi’s “Dalston Anatomy” has seen a nearly unparalleled foray into an examination of East London’s pluralistic social patterning through the remnants of its populace’s debris. Focused mainly on the ephemeral passing’s of the […]

REVIEW: M.F.G. Paltrinieri & Mirko Smerdel – “The Looking Game” (2013)

  “What makes these pictures so unsettling?” A book with photographs taken by a serial killer connected to texts written by John Berger, which also happens to be the alias the killer was using when committing his crimes? I am certainly intrigued…   Fanny Landstrom interviews photography collector Brad Feuerhelm for ASX on M.F.G Paltrinieri’s […]

An Interview with Cristina de Middel (2013)

“My work is more based on sequencing than in experiencing the aesthetics of the images so the book seems to be my perfect solution, plus, it is and object and the possibility of translating a concept or idea into something you can touch, smell, tear apart or archive makes it really interesting and complete.” Brad […]