Little House

Behind a Little House

A photo essay
RE | Issue 17 | 2020

 

 

Behind a Little House
In his photo essay, Behind a Little House, the artist Manuel Cosentino explores the notion of our place in the world beneath one sky and invites you to bring your own story to bear on the photographs. What does it mean to belong? How does it shape your perceptions of the world?
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A Little house

©Manuel Cosentino, Behind a Little House (A), 2008. Courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery, New York

 

 

A Little house

©Manuel Cosentino, Behind a Little House (B), 2009. Courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery, New York

 

 

A Little house

©Manuel Cosentino, Behind a Little House (C), 2009. Courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery, New York

 

 

A Little house

©Manuel Cosentino, Behind a Little House (D), 2009. Courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery, New York

 

 

A Little house

©Manuel Cosentino, Behind a Little House (E), 2008. Courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery, New York

 

 

 

A Little house

©Manuel Cosentino, Behind a Little House (F), 2009. Courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery, New York.

 

 

A Little house

©Manuel Cosentino, Behind a Little House (G), 2008. Courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery, New York

 

 

A Little house

©Manuel Cosentino, Behind a Little House (H), 2009. Courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery, New York

 

 

open book

©Manuel Cosentino, Behind a Little House, Participatory artist book installation view. Courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery, New York

 

Behind a Little House
Part photography, part public collaboration through an open-ended book, Behind a Little House is a participatory art project looking at place—actual and imagined—and at symbols that have no boundaries—home and sky. Images from Behind a Little House are represented in public and private collections around the world. 
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The Behind a Little House series ©Manuel Cosentino, courtesy of the artist and Klompching Gallery, NY. First published in RE issue 17 (2020)