The publisher, Louis-Charles Tiar, invited hundreds of people from Madrid to submit photographs of their sky. Ángela Losa and María Eugenia Serrano selected 50 images from the set, exposed ten cyanotypes of each, and ordered them from morning to night according to each file’s time stamp. Mirroring the process established by the book’s visual dimension, the publisher asked Madrileños to submit answers to the question: “¿Que le pides al cielo?”, “What do you ask of the sky?”. The writer, Rubén Pujol, crafted 50 micro texts by rearranging the words found in the responses. Oriol Miró calligraphed the texts on the backs of the cyanotypes. The book’s ten copies were bound by La Eriza in Madrid.


  • Nº1 $250 in New York
  • Nº2 $450 in New York
  • Nº3 475€ in Madrid
  • Nº4 530€ in Barcelona
  • Nº5 $625 in San Francisco

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