ALL IS NOT LOST

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ALL IS NOT LOST has been five years in the making and elevates RomanyWG’s work to a new level. Working with a select group of extraordinarily fearless models, his photographs capture a different kind of beauty in abandoned buildings. These are poses of passion, strength, softness, sometimes humour. Women whose beauty works both in contrast and harmony to backdrops of forgotten industry, dying chateaus, decrepit hospitals, raw nature. These exceptional and moving photographs of female beauty and power distil the essence of defiance against the ravages of time and open a new chapter in Urbex photography.

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ALL IS NOT LOST has been five years in the making and elevates RomanyWG’s work to a new level. Working with a select group of extraordinarily fearless models, his photographs capture a different kind of beauty in abandoned buildings

Signed and numbered first edition of 500

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Hardcover: 160 pages
Publisher: RWG Publications
Author: RomanyWG
Language: English
Product Dimensions: 33 x 25 x 3 cm
Release Date: 01/06/2016
ISBN-10: 1526203308
ISBN-13: 978-1526203304

 

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Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 330 × 250 × 30 mm

1 review for ALL IS NOT LOST

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Alfredo (verified owner)

    Ever since I became aware of Jeremy Gibbs’ (AKA RomanyWG) work a year ago, I have marveled at the imagery he has created. His latest monograph, titled “All Is Not Lost”, brings his unique vision to a genre we thought we were familiar with. This book looks great and the work is a real testament of Jeremy’s talent, imagination and eye. The photographs are not only beautiful; they are haunting and dreamlike. Each one evokes a strength and mood that immediately draws you in and commands your attention. So many of these elegant images display a masterful juxtaposition of subject (beauty/life) and environment (decay and the remains of what was) and yet always allows the latter to serve the subject in a most striking manner. Another great aspect of the work is Jeremy’s use of natural light and the color pallet within the frame. One clearly sees that he is well versed in and influenced by other mediums (not just visual) outside of the photo world. All the while creating his own unforgettable art. At a time in which one can bombard themselves with endless imagery by so many creatives, in various mediums, Jeremy’s work keeps one revisiting and looking forward to his next creation. This is certainly one of the best monographs released within the past few years.

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