CRY LIKE A MAN, JOSHUA OLLEY
Fascinated with endless, dream-like landscapes since his childhood in Mammoth Lakes, California, photographer Joshua Olley’s Cry Like a Man explores the reality of social and economic structures of the American West. Through visuals of vast deserts, mountains and man-made structures, Cry Like a Man observes how humans interact with these harsh environments.
- 7.75” x 10” / 120 pages / 24pp on newsprint / 78 photographs / hardcover / swiss bound
- 1C risograph / tip-in cover C-print / die stamp copper foil on spine
- Closing words by Jason Jaworski
- ISBN: 978-1-7322746-2-4
- First edition of 100
- Printed in the United States
Olley’s work aims to merge a lineage of social documentary with abstract narratives and visuals. An instinctual aesthetic appreciation, rooted in a hyper-vigilant observation of the world, has led to a fascination in social patterns, constructed identities and intuitive human behaviors. He currently lives and works in New York City.
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