The fantastic, ordinary life of photographer Kuba Ryniewicz and his friends in Newcastle. The book was thought of as a family photo album.
Daily Weeding, Kuba Ryniewicz’s first photobook, is a generous report: a banal and touching story.
The British photographer, born in Poland, explores again his home with a simple palette.
Usually cheerful and playing with joyful ambiguities, he captures attitudes, atypical profiles, or grimaces.
“If the buildings were characters within my photographs, the big tower would be the main character or the highlight on a map. I always took a different route to get to the front of this building and photographed the variety and the changes I noticed. ” – Kuba Ryniewicz
A fiction by Yelena Moskovich accompanies the images, followed by an afterword by Olivia Laing.
Kuba Ryniewicz is a photographer, researcher and collector based in the North East of England. He focuses on the relationship between art and nature in various historical and socio-cultural contexts.
His work challenges traditional portraiture and travel chronicle to tell untold stories in the context of landscape, history, fashion and culture. Much of Ryniewicz’s work is community based.
Photography by Kuba Ryniewicz
Texts by Yelena Moskovich and Olivia Laing
Posted by Note Note Éditions
96 pages, 60 color and black & white photographs
An 8-page fiction by Yelena Moskovich, an afterword by Olivia Laing Portrait format 205 × 240 mm
Photograph and canvas mounted on hard cover Edition of 800 copies
Price: 40 €, £ 35, $ 50
A limited edition of 30 copies is available: a choice of 2 numbered and signed inkjet prints of 15 copies + 3 APs