''40 days of high and low tides'' is a self-publish, handmade book in Poly Velours handmade dust jacket, handmade binding and handmade cover.
Remembering Kent: the 40 days spent in Harne Bay helped me comprehend and articulate my visual perception of the provincial England. More precisely the Kent county which was my home for two years.
The story has been published partially at: Halation Magazine, Revista Old, Bleek magazine, Square Space Magazine, Litro, Of the Land us, Dodho Magazine, The Lucky Jotter, Private and Urbanautica.
Ekaterina Vasilyeva in 2016 has been chosen among 50 of most interesting contemporary photographers of Russia and Ukraine, by the version of ''Dostoevsky Photofraphy Society'', Amsterdam, Netherlands
This book could be put on your table or hung on a wall displaying anyone of 40 images.
The book data:
Special limited edition of only 40 copies (numbered and signed).
- Size: 20 sm /20 sm
- 40 pages printed on 300 g/m paper
- 40 black and white images
- 1 shell from the North Sea Self
- Published and Printed in St. Petersburg 2016
- Price: 40 Euros + shipping 10 Euros
- Bonus: old Russian (Soviet) postcards
the hand made book + a print ( Gelatine silver print glossy in limited edition of 3, numbered and signed, 30 cm x 30 cm),
All 20 prints from my personal exibition ''40 days of High and Low Tides'' at St. Petersburg (21.07-21.08.2016)
A print together with my book will cost: 100 euros - 75 euros (depending on the picture) + (shipping - 15 euro )
Only print will cost: 85 euros - 60 euros (depending on the picture) + (shipping - 10 euro)
To oder the book + a print or only print please contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about the book has been published in:
Peter Evans: ''This portrayal of the Kent coastline avoids both the ugly and the sentimental. It is a chilly, drizzly place. Looking at the photographs, I suddenly want to go Essex. The photos are in a very delicate paper wrapper, and so, unusually, I will keep the whole thing carefully emplasticked while I am not looking at it''.
Bill Purvis: ''I love the concept and images. Thank you for the postcards and shells which touch upon and enrich the experience of the location of the images and your homeland''.