EXIT smoke issue
Smoke is a topic related to the origins of photography and what we understand as contemporary. Smoke is a part of the urban landscape and the process of industrialization, but also of the objects that surround us and take part of our daily habits. Smoke as a result, as the state that precedes the ashes; smoke as a visual element. In this issue of EXIT we have featured the work of different artists who reflect the smoke from its visual potential and its physical qualities. From the humor, the evocation, the cinematographic gaze, mystery and affections, Smoke is a phenomenon of what we lose, and that fills everything at the same time.
Smoke and ashes. Rosa Olivares.
New smoke: city and violence. Rocío Robles.
Extracts by: Nick Drake, Carson McCuller, Delphine de Vigan, Cervantes, Raymond Carver, Clarice Lispector, Javier Codesal, Henry David Thoreau y Vivian Gornick.
Lewis Baltz, Steve Banks, Olivia Bee, Sonja Brass, Elina Brotherus, Laura C. Vela, Michal Cala, Ricardo Cases, Judy Chicago, Bruce Davidson, John Davies, Joan Fontcuberta, Alberto García -Alix, Nan Goldin, Pierre Gonnord, Silvia Grav, Silvia Gruner, Lola Guerrera, Andreas Gursky, Pablo Hare, Naoya Hatakeyama, Thomas Hoepker, Ella Maillart, Han Steiner, Jean Mohr, Nicolas Bouvier, David Jiménez, Simon Kerola, Marine Lanier, Aitor Lara, Jouko Lehtolan, Edgar Martins, Fernando Maselli, Gregory McGregor, Susan Meiselas, Joel Meyerowitz, Lisette Model, Ali Momeni, Antoni Muntadas, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Rosângela Rennó, Oswaldo Ruiz, Ryno de Wet, Mara Sánchez Renero, Alfons Schilling, Kevin Schmidt, Anika Schwarzlose, Berndaut Smile, Yutaka Sone, Berndnaut Smilde, Paul Strand, Han Sungpil, Maggie Taylor, Miguel Trillo, Lluis Tudela, Ed van der Elsken, Manuel Vilches, Christian Vogt, Stephen Willats, Garry Winogrand.