Japanese Performer Eiko Otake featured in the Ny Times

Wednesday March 2, 2016

By Brian Seibert  

"At 9 a.m. on Monday, if you had peeked through the storefront window of Dashwood Books on Bond Street in Manhattan, you would have seen a body on the floor, sleeping or possibly dead. Slowly, out of tattered Japanese robes emerged whitened feet, gnarled and aged and terribly exposed.
It was a startling sight, and no less unsettling if you knew those feet belonged to the dancer Eiko, whom you had come to watch..."

Now Here Then by Huger Foote featured in Photobookstore Magazine

Wednesday February 3, 2016

By Robert Dunn

"With the photos in Huger Foote’s brilliant new book, Now Here Then, the passing—no, the inescapable effects, the ravages—of time is central to the meaning of the book. These thirty-six photos were taken decades ago, initially shot with a sense of serendipity, of letting fate help Foote capture the strongest images possible; then time stepped in, the prints messed-up back then while being edited, tossed into drawers, nearly forgotten, then pulled forth three years ago and carefully turned into the stirring work under review here."

Hugo Guinness featured in T Magazine

Monday February 1, 2016


"The British artist and Wes Anderson collaborator Hugo Guinness has a soft spot for animals. He has painted pooches, cats — and at least two bunnies (his daughter’s); designed a rhinoceros doodle for a Coach wallet in 2012; and embarked on a Google safari to sketch exotic toads, serpents and bears, which were compiled into a book released last year ($25, Dashwood Books)..."

Now Here Then by Huger Foote nominated by Swedish Newspaper: Helsingborgs Dagblad as one of the best photo books of the year

Sunday December 27, 2015

By Thomas H Johnsson 

"7. "Now here then". Huger Foote. Förlag: Dashwood Books.En personlig resa som spänner över lång tid. Bilderna är ofta dammiga och skadade som om de glömts i en kartong i väntan på att monteras i album. Det är inte viktigt för Foote att prata högt, hans språk är mer introvert, och han talar med en dämpad och subtil närvaro. Det som vid första betraktelsen kan upplevas som ytligt eller svårtillgängligt ger vid en närmre granskning en djup inblick i Footes liv och upplevelser. Ett känsligt tyst bildspråk som i dag nästan känns exotiskt. Och som en programförklaring i....

Landscapes by Lele Saveri and Now Here Then by Huger Foote selected by Miwa Susuda for Photo-eye Blog - The 10 best books of 2015

Tuesday December 8, 2015

by Miwa Susuda 

About Landscapes by Lele Saveri: "Putting together a nude photography book is not an easy task. That is because it can easily become a one-dimensional or conventional book of self indulgent, shameful work because of lack of objective judgment. Just showing bodies being sexy and pretty is boring. Saveri’s Landscape is nothing like that. It employs a female body’s sculptural or structural composition in various color effects that look tasteful, experimental, playful and absolutely contemporary. This is because Saveri doesn’t compromise on anything less, and extensively discusses the editing and design ideas with Brian Lamotte and David Strettell. Saveri’s Landscape is...

Now Here Then by Huger Foote nominated as one of the best Photo Books of the year by Photobookstore Magazine

Monday November 30, 2015

By Robert Dunn

"A bunch of old prints, mostly from the 1980s, almost all in color, brilliantly edited into a moving, beautiful book. Foote’s previous work,My Friend from Memphis, was candy-coated Eggleston; Now Here Then is original, unique, profound. Striking photos made better by the whims of careless storage and indifferent time."

Now Here Then by Huger Foote featured in ART SY

Friday November 13, 2015

by Alexandra Alexa

"The stories within Huger Foote’s images don’t stop with the still moments he captures on film.  For the new body of work in “Now Here Then,” currently on view at David Lusk Gallery, the artist sifted through his extensive archive of discarded images, looking for past moments that could be revived and given a new future. Between 2005 and 2008, Foote lived with and worked into the found images by exposing them to a combination of physical weathering and experimental editing processes, the result of which is a series of rough, tactile artifacts that bear the scars of time...