Jacqueline Hassink is a Dutch-born, New York-based conceptual artist who originally trained as a sculptor. She first picked up a camera in 1993, beginning a succession of photographic series dealing methodically and precisely with themes of globalisation and economic power. The Power Book is the first survey of Jacqueline’s work, and includes the best of her photographs from America, Europe, the Middle East and Japan, presented chronologically and accompanied by a selection of 144 pages of her notebooks, revealing her preoccupations and working approach. The book is introduced with a discussion of Hassink’s work by Els Barents (curator, writer and director of photography museum Huis Marseille in Amsterdam) and Frits Giertsberg (head of exhibitions at Nederlands Fotomuseum and professor of photography at Erasmus University, Rotterdam).
The Power Book by Jacqueline Hassink｜ISBN 978-1-905712-07-6｜Hardback, 192 pages, 34.7 x 27cm｜Published by Chris Boot in association with Archive of Modern Conflict 2007
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