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Unmarked – Now available!

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Purchase a copy of Unmarked — hot off the presses!
$30 + $5 shipping in the US. For sales to Europe, 30€ + 10€ shipping.

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(for purchases for Tax Exempt Institutions, please contact me directly with Certificate of Exemption to receive link for tax-free purchases)

NPR Story on the project.
BBC Story about the project.
Huffington Post story about the project.
FOX News story about the project: TRANSCRIPT. VIDEO.

Preview of the book below:

Exhibition in “Photobook Phenomenon” 17 March – 27 August 2017

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Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona

Unmarked will be exhibited in the “Photobook Phenomenon”. Co-organized by Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona (CCCB) and the Fundació Foto Colectania. Barcelona, Spain.

Curators: Martin Parr, Gerry Badger, Markus Schaden, Frederic Lezmi, Horacio Fernández, Ryuichi Kaneko, Erik Kessels, Irene de Mendoza.

17 March 2017 – 27 August 2017.


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Unmarked Book – First Copy!!

The new monograph Unmarked features twenty photographs by Stephen Chalmers, and twenty satellite images of the same locations. These images are accompanied by a text on the American landscape. It is only at the very end of the book that the reader is given the clues to decipher the story behind the imagery: all the photographs were taken at sites where serial murderers disposed of their victims.

The research to locate these sites was performed through the public records of closed serial killer cases and historic investigative photographs. Chalmers then used GPS technology and mapping software, visited the exact spot where the bodies were found, and photographed the landscape.

This is the first monograph of Stephen Chalmers’s work. The book is the culmination of a long-term photographic project, and its book form was conceived in dialogue with the editor and the designer early in 2016. The official publication date will be in February 2017.

Information on purchasing a copy of this book will be available soon!!

Pingyao International Photography Festival (中国平遥国际摄影大展)

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Looking entirely too serious during a gallery talk. Photo by Rowan Conroy (Australian National University, Canberra

Ariel Shanberg and I put together an exhibition of work, titled “The Bright Invisible”, featuring the work of the following artists: Edie Bresler, Sarah Cross, Noritaka Minami, Kris Sanford, Millee Tibbs, D’Angelo Williams, and Rana Young.

I’ll be at the Pingyao International Photography Festival (中国平遥国际摄影大展) to introduce the exhibition and to speak about the artists’ works. September.