my home is where you are

Title: my home is where you are / a minha casa e onde estas

Photographer/s: Filipe Casaca

Date of publication: June, 2011

Place of publication: Lisbon

Dimensions: 240 × 310 mm

Edition size: 300 Copies Signed by the Author

Type of binding: Hardcover in Black Fabric with Silver Stamping

Number of pages: 40 pages plus a Booklet of 16 pages with texts in English

Type of paper: GardaPat 13 Kiara – 200gr

Number of pictures: 15

Type of printing: Offset Tritone

Printer: Guide – Artes Gráficas, Lisbon, Portugal

Publisher: Author´s Edition

Designer: Ana Fatia

Editor: Filipe Casaca

Language: Portuguese and English

ISBN: 978-989-97149-0-8

Category: Artist Book

Price: 25.00€

Summary: “my home is where you are” is a series of photographs by Filipe Casaca created during a period of three years that reflect about intimacy as theme. It is a broad portrait with a domestic atmosphere about the author´s wife – Teresa, and of a private life in a place shared between two persons. The body of work presented bring us powerful images, where space and leading actors appear bodies into the light, molded from the blackness of the dense shadows, as if a sculpture, a mass of light extruded from the darkness.

Date and place of birth of photographer/s: 1983, Lisbon, Portugal

Website: http://filipecasaca.com/

Book link: http://filipecasaca.com/shop/my-home-is-where-you-are

Donated by: Filipe Casaca

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