Dear friends.. 

Come join New York art book fair and say hello. 

I have a signing for “Studies of Last Flight” at the fair on Sunday between 3-4 pm. 

You can also order the book here 

http://etudes-studio.com/n-10-peter-funch

Studies of Last Flight 

First edition, 300 copies 

September 2014, printed in EU

48 pages Full Colour Offset

17 cm x 24 cm I 6,7’’ x 9,4’’

Foreword by William Pym

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Peter Funch

That’s my sweet spot: cloud photocomics.

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Mute Annotations.

A group exhibition Curated by Adam Kremer. Presented by V1 Gallery and Bad News at Black Bear Bar.


Works by Meg T Noe, Harry Gould Harvey IV, Daniel Shea 

Opening reception Friday September 5th 20.00 - 22.00

Bad News at Black Bear Bar, 70 N6 Street, Brooklyn NY

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Photographer Peter Funch’s Last Flight is a investigative portrait of life in Atchison, Kansas, at the moment of an explosion. Working with a local photojournalism school, Funch planted 15 cameras at different locations in the small town to record what was going on at the exact moment of the implosion of Amelia Earhart Bridge, a recently condemned structure named for the town’s long disappeared favorite daughter.  vicemag:

Photographer Peter Funch’s Last Flight is a investigative portrait of life in Atchison, Kansas, at the moment of an explosion. Working with a local photojournalism school, Funch planted 15 cameras at different locations in the small town to record what was going on at the exact moment of the implosion of Amelia Earhart Bridge, a recently condemned structure named for the town’s long disappeared favorite daughter.  vicemag:

Photographer Peter Funch’s Last Flight is a investigative portrait of life in Atchison, Kansas, at the moment of an explosion. Working with a local photojournalism school, Funch planted 15 cameras at different locations in the small town to record what was going on at the exact moment of the implosion of Amelia Earhart Bridge, a recently condemned structure named for the town’s long disappeared favorite daughter.  vicemag:

Photographer Peter Funch’s Last Flight is a investigative portrait of life in Atchison, Kansas, at the moment of an explosion. Working with a local photojournalism school, Funch planted 15 cameras at different locations in the small town to record what was going on at the exact moment of the implosion of Amelia Earhart Bridge, a recently condemned structure named for the town’s long disappeared favorite daughter. 

vicemag:

Photographer Peter Funch’s Last Flight is a investigative portrait of life in Atchison, Kansas, at the moment of an explosion. Working with a local photojournalism school, Funch planted 15 cameras at different locations in the small town to record what was going on at the exact moment of the implosion of Amelia Earhart Bridge, a recently condemned structure named for the town’s long disappeared favorite daughter. 

EXPEDITION MT. BAKER

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Dear friends,

This Summer I will be mounting an expedition with Project Pressure, a Climate Change activist charity, at Mount Baker to document its retreating glaciers and create artwork which aims to further understanding of Climate Change through humanistic narrative. Our project is a unique collaboration between art and science - the result will be a combination of provocative artwork and photographic timelines to be used by scientists and researchers.

Located in the northwestern tip of America, Mount Baker, is a unique place where the effects of Climate Change can be seen through the accumulation of over a century’s worth of photographic documentation. Together we will continue and preserve this historic timeline of glacial ice - not just for posterity but to further our scientific and social understanding of climate change: past, present, and future.

In addition to continuing the timeline documents I will be using a RGB Tricolor separation process that will index time into still images, building a complimentary narrative to Mount Baker’s rich history. The final images will be a synthesis of visual and metaphorical juxtapositions of the seemingly unchanging mountains versus the nature of its fleeing existence.

This both my and Project Pressure’s first Kickstarter initiative, so we really need your support make it happen! You can help us by backing the project on Kickstarter or simply sharing our campaign with your friends. We’re working with a very tight budget so anything you can give will certainly go a long way and you’ll receive some great rewards in return. 

Thank you very much.

Kindest Regards,

Peter Funch

Kickstarter sharing link: kck.st/1xHS6fr

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Expedition Facebook Page

Project-Pressure.org

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Your support goes to:

  • Air travel to Washington State*
  • Renting a car
  • Feeding the crew
  • Room and board
  • Crew wages

*including carbon offset

To see more from Project Pressure click the image below:

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