Photographer Dominique Nabokov was raised by her aunt Simone from the age of four, in a detached house surrounded by a modest garden in the French town of Compiègne. Those formative years would be a blend of everydayness–from picnics to car rides in the family’s Deux Chevaux–and of vivid daydreams propelled by her fascination with Hollywood and its stars. After her aunt’s death in 1999, Dominique decided to photograph the house, as it was left, to keep a record of the place where it all began and a memory of the person behind it.
This book follows Dominique’s celebrated Living Room series, which intimately portrayed the interior worlds of the cultural nomenclature in New York, Paris, and Berlin, three pivotal cities for the photographer.
This is the story that New York-based artist Zebadiah Keneally has set himself the task of reciting in his first ever (but none the less epic) graphic novel, All the Things I Know. This 380-page saga is contained within a softcover book with pink PVC dust jacket and comes after publishing two of its chapters in issues #27 and #28 of Apartamento magazine.
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