The latest issue of Printed Pages features work from Carl Kleiner's analogue archive.
The internationally renowned still-life photographer is mixing things up for his latest book, which will be released later this year, exchanging his digital medium for analogue, and expanding his still-life studio captures. Kleiner allowed himself to get a little messier (as opposed to his incredibly polished work in previous years), using a second-hand Rolleflex and Portra film to shoot his latest photographs.
It's important for an artist to experiment with different styles and mediums in order to keep his perspective fresh. Kleiner knows this all to well, and the preview of his work in Printed Pages is an excellent example of this foresight.
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