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by Nick Waplington
The 512 photographs in Anaglypta are previously unpublished images from Waplington’s archives. The sequence loosely follows the artists’ career, which, in Waplington’s mind, is bookended by the rise and fall of neo liberalism. “The book kind of encapsulated this period of 40 years where we moved away from the utopian goals of the post war period, such as the living in the middle class, good education, the sciences, and the ideals of progress.” The photographs are informed by the rebel spirit Waplington first found in London’s underground music scene, and his first forays into the art world came in the form of zines made with photographs of the clubs he’d frequent.
— Charcoal Book Club members also recieve a small inkjet print from Nick.