Bored of the endless streams of perfect photographs that seem to populate your feed? Lithuanian artist and curator Paul Paper has just the thing: a photo book dedicated to photographic failure. He has now launched a Kickstarter page to fund its publication.
The result of Paul’s conversations with more than 60 photographers over the past year and a half, Too Good to be Photographed explores the failures of specific images, along with the conceptual limitations of photography itself. These points of reflection raise further questions on what we want and expect from medium — just what should photography be able to do?
Too Good to be Photographed is developed by Paul Paper in collaboration with independent Estonian art publisher Lugemik. Check out the Kickstarter page here.