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A self-taught photographer from the northeastern coast of England, Berlin-based Saul Fletcher (born 1967) has been working for more than two decades to create images of fragmented bodies, found-object assemblages and (most famously) the artist’s own studio wall. This substantial volume reproduces more than 300 photographs, alongside essays by Ralph Rugoff and Kirsty Bell that touch on the haunting feeling produced by Fletcher’s imagery.
ISBN 9781941753224. Inventory Press.