In 1996 Steidl published Roni Horn’s Haraldsdóttir, the tenth book in her “To Place” series about the connections between identity and location. Haraldsdóttir contained portraits of the same Icelandic woman in water; each pose was similar to emphasise the infinite number of potential facial expressions. Haraldsdóttir Part Two contains one hundred photographs of the same woman taken a number of years later. The relationship between the two books introduces the passing of time into this intricate portrait, the latest of Horn’s investigations into the people and landscape of Iceland.
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