Foreword by Elliott Erwitt
A poignant and witty selection of photographs
A thought-provoking and original gift for anyone who appreciates life’s quirky side
Following in the footsteps of Cartier-Bresson and Elliott Erwitt, Craig Semetko is a connoisseur of the spontaneous moment. With a keen eye for serendipity, he captures the offbeat and the unusual to be found all around us. Each of his images intrigues us, yet lets us draw our own conclusions. Although a skilled technical artist, for him the camera is just a tool.
To borrow a phrase from Henri Cartier-Bresson, “Photography is nothing—it’s life that interests me.”
Craig Semetko’s photographs have appeared in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, theChicago Tribune, and publications worldwide.
As well as being a photographer, he is a comedic writer and performer of some note.
© Unposed by Craig Semetko, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2003, published by teNeues
96 pp., Hardcover
53 duotone photographs
Text in English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian
||24,3 x 31 cm