The title of the book is: Transfiguration. It was made by Antigone Kourakou. It is published by Skeleton Key Press in Oslo.
Over the course of the 80 richly printed black and white plates, the photographer explores the universal dynamic between the natural environment and human presence, and the ability of their interaction to transform us. The book also features insightful texts by Costis Antoniadis and Erik Vroons.
Antigone Kourakou (born November 1979) lives and works in Athens, Greece. Though she first became interested theoretically and technically with photography in 1998, it was 2010 when the medium became a continuing means of seeking and expressing a personal aesthetic sensibility. Since. In addition to being a photographer, Kourakou works as an art conservator/restorer and is recognized for her professional practice of making mosiacs. Transfiguration is her first book.
Antigone Kourakou : Transfiguration
Published by Skeleton Key Press
19.5 x 28 cm (7.7 x 11 in)
Hardcover, 120 pages, 80 duotone plates
Edited by Antigone Kourakou and Russell Joslin
Book design by Antigone Kourakou and Russell Joslin
Cover design by Xenophon Philippousis
Texts by Costis Antoniadis and Erik Vroons
Text in English