Martha Casanave

COASTAL PINHOLES

This is a project (2000 – present) using 4 x 5 pinhole (lensless) cameras to depict California’s central coast as an “imaginary coastline.” A mysterious figure in 19th century attire appears in many of the images. Published as Explorations Along an Imaginary Coastline (2006) by Hudson Hills Press. Signed copies available at Photo-Eye Books. These explorations continue (2007) as I submerge the camera below the water's surface.

Reviews:
Carmel Magazine Gallery Scene, Holiday 2006 [PDF]
Light Leaks, Issue 5, WINTER, 2007 [PDF]
FOCUS, 2007 Guide to Collecting Photography, February 2007 [PDF]
B&W, Issue 50, April 2007 [PDF]


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