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Zone Eleven
By Mike Mandel

SIGNED BY MIKE MANDEL 
AT ARTBOOK @ MoMA PS1 BOOKSTORE


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Saturday, Dec 4 | 5PM EST | 2PM PST 

Join Mike Mandel for a presentation and signing to launch his new photo book Zone Eleven in the Bookstore and streaming live on Instagram @artbookps1.

“Zone Eleven” alludes to Ansel Adams’ Zone System, a method for controlling exposure of the negative in order to obtain a full range of tonality in the photographic print—from the deepest black of Zone 0 to the brightest highlight in Zone 10. “Zone Eleven” is a metaphor coined by artist Mike Mandel in his challenge to create a book of Adams’ photographs outside of the bounds of his personal work. Many of these photographs were found in the archives of Adams' commercial and editorial assignments, and from his experimentation with the new Polaroid material of the times.

For this book, Mandel has unearthed images that are unexpected for Adams, and created a new context of facing-page relationships and sequence. Zone Eleven is the product of Mandel’s research into over 50,000 Adams images located within four different archives, from which he presents a body of Adams’ work that was largely unknown until now.

Damiani | Hardcover | 11.02 x 9.06 | 112 pages