NATIONAL TRUST by Jay Seawell
Jay Turner Frey Seawell
National Trust, the first book by Washington, D.C.-based artist Jay Seawell, takes a critical look at the structures of power in American political and media culture. Employing a somber humor, Seawell’s photographs explore the careful fabrication of the façades that exist throughout the deeply intertwined worlds of power, politics, and media in the United States. Seawell's subjects range from historical architecture to political spectacles and media production, all of which he meticulously pictures with a mix of irony and disenchantment.
Softcover with screen printed dust jacket
48 pages, 24 color images
10 x 8"
Edition of 200 plus 25 artist's proofs
Each copy is hand numbered