Curtis Mann (b. 1979, USA) is best known for appropriating images of strife and conflict from various photo-sharing websites such as Flickr and transforming them into obscured, abstract compositions using bleach and varnish. Mann's finished works resemble the remnants of explosions—the type of thing that you'd find lying in the ashes of a great conflagration.
This catalogue features full-color illustrations of works by the artist, with a foreword by Carmen Winant and interview by Dawoud Bey.
Published by Kavi Gupta, 2012, paperback, 35 pages, 8.5 x 7.5 inches.