*Please Note: This is a pre-order. This title is expected to arrive January 2024. All orders containing this title will ship when it arrives.*
For over 25 years, Hido has crafted narratives through loose and mysterious suburban scenes, desolate landscapes, and cinematic portraits. Irrespective of its title, this is a book about hope and beauty and why we seek it so desperately at this time. For his latest images he has roamed as far as the Hawaiian Islands and their meteorological opposites; the shores of the Bering Sea, and Nordic fjords above the Arctic Circle. Even with such geographic diversity, Hido captures places that feel at once familiar and unknown; welcoming and unsettling.
With this stunning new monograph, Hido picks up where his previous title Bright Black World left off, presenting some 80 new and previously unpublished landscape photographs. The End Sends Advance Warning is beautifully printed on heavyweight art paper and bound in offset printed linen. The book also includes 9 tipped-in photographs printed on Kasadaka art paper, as well as tipped-in and laid-in booklets. A masterpiece of an artist’s book, and a must for the serious contemporary art library.
Hardcover, 14 x 17 inches, 104 pages, 80 four-color plates, 9 tipped-in cards, laid-in vellum brochure.