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David Sokosh
is a photographer based in Claverack, NY. He creates images using the 19th Century processes of cyanotype and wet-plate collodion (tintype) and works with letterpress. 

His Photographic Artist Book: Things That Look Like the MOON (but are not the moon), {show above} is included in The Griffin Museum's 13th Annual Self-Published Photobook Show, on view through February 26, 2023. 67 Shore Road, Winchester, MA 01890
Portion of the Boston Globe review to the right).   For more info about The Griffin Museum click HERE. To find out more about Things That Look Like the MOON click HERE

Things That Look Like the MOON (but are not the moon) includes a hand-made, limited edition, photographic artist book and exhibition prints. All printed with cyanotype (no ink involved).

CLICK HERE FOR MOON Book PDF

Ongoing projects include: 
Curiosities Visual records created as a celebration of American Material Culture during an exploration of still-life as portrait/self-portrait; John Rogers in the 21st Century: Contemporary Issues Seen Through a 19th Century Lens and Objectified: Exploitation, Appropriation and Self-Objectification (of the male figure) on the Internet #allphotosusedwithoutpermission (these also include cyanotype books) 

Sokosh is represented by Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson NY.

Image: Things That Look Like the MOON (but are not the moon), Book Installation Image .
All images and text © 2020-2023 by David Sokosh.