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Photo-Eye: The Hotel probes “complex relationships between photography, discretion, instinct, and appetite”

Odette England writes at Photo-Eye: Calle takes to words like a surgeon wielding a favorite ten-blade. Each sentence is a balance between rudimentary and essential. So too with her camera.

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Washington Post reviews “It Is What It Is”: “weirdly haunting … manic determination”

Ron Charles at the Washington Post: “There’s something weirdly haunting about Kraft’s record with its manic determination and regularity.”

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Bookforum reviews “It Is What It Is”: “art as a survival tactic”

Fran Bigman writes in Bookforum: “There’s a redemptive element … Kraft’s idea of art as a survival tactic that makes beauty out of ugliness.”

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Lucy Ives in Frieze: The “book . . for Calle is a multivalent, carnal location”

Lucy Ives writes in Frieze: The “book for Calle is a multivalent, carnal location . . . You do not read The Hotel: you step into it, lie down, feel and smell.”

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A deep dive into Memory by Bernadette Mayer at the New York Review of Books

The project has now been reconceived—brilliantly—as a book combining prose and photographs.

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Two Siglio books chosen by the New York Times! Best Art Books of 2020 & Best Photography Books!

Holland Cotter chooses Frog Pond Splash (Ray Johnson) and Luc Sante chooses Memory by Bernadette Mayer!

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