Jenia Fridlyand: Entrance to Our Valley
Jenia Fridlyand: Entrance to Our Valley
Jenia Fridlyand: Entrance to Our Valley
Jenia Fridlyand: Entrance to Our Valley
Jenia Fridlyand: Entrance to Our Valley
Jenia Fridlyand: Entrance to Our Valley
Jenia Fridlyand: Entrance to Our Valley
Jenia Fridlyand: Entrance to Our Valley
Jenia Fridlyand: Entrance to Our Valley
Jenia Fridlyand: Entrance to Our Valley - 1st Edition Special Edition Print
1st Edition Special Edition Print
Jenia Fridlyand: Entrance to Our Valley - 2nd Edition Special Edition Print
2nd Edition Special Edition Print

Entrance to Our Valley

$65

Preorders of 2nd Edition will ship mid April.


Press

The Online Photographer: A Visit to Jenia's Farm (One Thing Leads to Another)

British Journal of Photography - Best of 2019 - Michael Mack

Photobooks of 2019: John Gossage

FotoRoom - Jenia Fridlyand Shares Poetic Photos of Family Life on Her Farm

Collector Daily


Standard - 2nd Edition

26 cm x 40 cm
silver foil stamped softbound cover
80 pages, 37 tritone images
ISBN 9781943146154

Special - 2nd Edition

Signed and numbered copy of Entrance to Our Valley
4x5 contact print on 8x10 silver gelatin paper, printed by the artist, signed and numbered
Edition of 10, with 5 APs

Standard - 1st Edition

26 cm x 40 cm
gold foil stamped softbound cover
80 pages, 37 tritone images
ISBN 9781943146130

Special - 1st Edition

Signed and numbered copy of Entrance to Our Valley
4x5 contact print on 8x10 silver gelatin paper, printed by the artist, signed and numbered
Edition of 7, with 3 APs


In 2017, Jenia Fridlyand created an artist’s book that sold out its limited run quickly and was shortlisted for the Paris Photo-Aperture First Photobook Prize. We at TIS books are excited to now offer the highly-anticipated trade edition of that debut monograph, Entrance to Our Valley.

Fridlyand uses her 4x5 view camera with remarkable flexibility and subtlety, rendering not only carefully considered landscapes, but also domestic scenes of surprise and spontaneity. The result is a not so much a narrative as it is an atmosphere; not descriptive of experience but rather evocative of it. One senses ultimately the climate (both literally and figuratively) of the valley in which her immediate and extended family is making a new home for itself. Pictures of the simplest activities of housekeeping – eating and sleeping, planting and harvesting the garden, playing chess – are imbued with the richness of joy and gratitude in Fridlyand’s tender compositions and juxtapositions of interior and exterior life.