Larry W. Cook
With contributions by Jasmin Basheer, Makeda Best, Leslie M. Wilson, and Tamar
Book format: perfect linen-bound printed and embossed softcover
62 pages illustrated with 26 color photographs
bilingual (German / English)
21 x 14.5 cm
EUR 17,00 + shipping / USD 19,00 + shipping
Larry W. Cook’s socially critical work includes photography, video, and conceptual art. It examines African American identity, racial relations, fatherhood and masculinity in the African American context, and American society.
This publication features an essay on his work by Makeda Best, a conversation between the artist and Leslie M. Wilson and an essay on the organization Tamar – Aid for Offenders and At-Risk Women of the Social Services of Catholic Women (Berlin) as well as 26 color photographs.