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Dear friends,
We are proud to announce the new issue of Ahorn Magazine!

F E A T U R I N G

Solo shows by:
Arianna Arcara and Luca Santese
Athena Torri
Curran Hatleberg
Tereza Zelenkova and Peter Watkins

Interviews with:
Nicholas Nixon
Christian Patterson
Jo Ann Walters
Richard Rothman
Ofer Wolberger

and more…

www.ahornmagazine.com


© Seiichi Furuya, Izu, 1978

“In February 1978 he photographed Christine for the first time, and he took pictures of her almost every day from then on. In 1979 the first exhibition of these portraits took place, and at that time, Seiichi Furuya was already aware of the inexorability of this project. “As I see her, take photographs of her, look at her in the pictures, I find myself.” Christine Furuya-Gößler commited suicide after a long illness in 1985. Time and space were fixed in the thousands of pictures that he took over these seven years. Since then Furuya’s new task has been to make these documents – and through them Christine – talk to himself and to others, in order to prevent his counterpart and companion from disappearing.” (Monika Faber)


© JoAnn Verburg, Self-Portrait, Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1979

JoAnn Verburg talks about her work with Siri Engberg and Susan Kismaric at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Watch it here.