With texts by Mark Sealy, Garry Hesse and Anne McNeil. In our
unpredictable world there is one certainty upon which we can always
rely; yet death, when it comes, is never easy. In this body of
work, Max Handhola photographed his father in the final stages of
cancer, taking serenely abstract images of blood, urine, hair, and
ultimately even ash, which form a counterpoint to the haunting
final photographs made at his father's bedside, including the
moments just before and after death. An intensely personal, honest
and moving narrative.
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