Hieronymus Ahrens


Too Good To Be Photographed

Edited by Paul Paper
Published by Lugemik, 2017

A book exploring an intricate relationship
between photography and failure

The book features more than 150 photographs
by 47 artists from 17 countries worldwide:

Hieronymus Ahrens (DE)
Cassidy Araiza (US)
Roxana Azar (US)
Sergiy Barchuk (US/UKR)
Tine Bek (UK)
Alexander Binder (DE)
Etienne Courtois (BE)
Paloma Dooley (US)
Yael Eban (ISR)
Jason Fulford (US)
Harry Griffin (US)
Alexander Harding (US)
Aaron Hegert (US)
Mishka Henner (UK)
Sam Hutchinson (UK)
Janna Ireland (US)
Go Itami (JPN)
Tim Johannis (NL)
Cole Don Kelley (US)
Wawrzyniec Kolbusz (PL)
Paul Kuimet (EE)
Daniel Kukla (US)
Fred Lahache (FR)
Inka & Niclas Lindergård (SE)
Tom Lovelace (UK)
Carlos Lowenstein (US)
Michael Marcelle (US)
Katja Mater (NL)
Lydia Mccarthy (US)
Nich Hance McElroy (US)
Aso Mohammadi (IRN/CH)
Awoiska Van Der Molen (NL)
Ryan L. Moule (UK)
Luke Libera Moore (US)
Erin O’Keefe (US)
Eva O’Leary (US)
Kristina Õllek (EE)
Ke Peng (CHN)
Hanna Putz (AT)
Johan Rosenmunthe (DK)
Margaux Roy (FR)
Erik Schubert (US)
Brea Souders (US)
Javier Torok (AR/US)
Athena Torri (ECU/IT)
Casey James Wilson (US)
Jaclyn Wright (US)

The works in the book are accompanied by
three essays written by Roksana Filipowska,
Rye Holmboe, and Jaclyn Wright,
and an introduction by Paul Paper.

The book is edited by Paul Paper,
designed by Indrek Sirkel and
published by Lugemik (Tallinn, Estonia).

The book at Printed Matter, Inc., New York.