boring: photographs by Ric Kasini Kadour
by Ric Kasini Kadour
“Boring” represents a new stage of Ric Kasini Kadour’s evolution from painter to photographer to artist who works to put images on paper.
He continues to be influenced by photographers Michael Meads and Nan Goldin. Where his earlier work, such as “M Series” (2003), combined social documentary and creative portraiture to explore an individual persona, “Boring” is broader and attempts to explore interpersonal dynamics and scene.
The thirty-four page folio contains twenty-five images plus personal and artist statements and title pages. Each image is 4″x4″ on 5″x7″ paper. The folio is presented loose in a navy-coloured box. The edition is limited to one hundred and each folio is numbered, signed, and contains a certificate.
Details: Images: 4″ x 4″ on 5″ x 7″ paper in box | 34 images | 2005