Where Mimosa Bloom

by Rita Puig-Serra Costa


Photographs: Rita Puig-Serra Costa

Publisher: Editions du LIC

96 pages

Pictures: 54

Year: 2014

ISBN: 978-82-93341-04-8

Price: 43

Comments: first editon of 460 copies. 5 die cut pages. 16.0 cm x 22.5 cm. Hot foil embossed printed textured hardcover. Offset printing.

The debut volume from Rita Puig-Serra Costa presented in a limited edition hardback book. This first edition is limited to 460 copies.

Dealing with the grief she suffered following the death of her mother, Where Mimosa Bloom takes the form of an extended farewell letter; with photography skillfully used to present a visual eulogy or panegyric. This grief memoir about the loss of her mother is part meditative photo essay, part family biography and part personal message to her mother. These elements combine to form a fascinating and intriguing  discourse on love, loss and sorrow.

"Where Mimosa Bloom" is the result of over two years work spent collecting and curating materials and taking photographs of places, objects and people that played a significant role in her relationship to her mother. Rita Puig-Serra Costa skillfully avoids the dangerous lure of grief’s self-pity, isolationism, world-scorn and vanity. The resonance of “Where Mimosa Bloom” comes from all it doesn't say, as well as all that it does; from the depth of love we infer from the desert of grief. Despite E.M.Forster's words - “One death may explain itself, but it throws no light upon another” - Rita Puig-Serra Costa proves that some aspects of grief are universal, or can be made so through the honesty and precision with which they are articulated.


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Where Mimosa Bloom

by Rita Puig-Serra Costa


Photographs: Rita Puig-Serra Costa

Publisher: Editions du LIC

96 pages

Pictures: 54

Year: 2014

ISBN: 978-82-93341-04-8

Price: 43

Comments: first editon of 460 copies. 5 die cut pages. 16.0 cm x 22.5 cm. Hot foil embossed printed textured hardcover. Offset printing.

The debut volume from Rita Puig-Serra Costa presented in a limited edition hardback book. This first edition is limited to 460 copies.

Dealing with the grief she suffered following the death of her mother, Where Mimosa Bloom takes the form of an extended farewell letter; with photography skillfully used to present a visual eulogy or panegyric. This grief memoir about the loss of her mother is part meditative photo essay, part family biography and part personal message to her mother. These elements combine to form a fascinating and intriguing  discourse on love, loss and sorrow.

"Where Mimosa Bloom" is the result of over two years work spent collecting and curating materials and taking photographs of places, objects and people that played a significant role in her relationship to her mother. Rita Puig-Serra Costa skillfully avoids the dangerous lure of grief’s self-pity, isolationism, world-scorn and vanity. The resonance of “Where Mimosa Bloom” comes from all it doesn't say, as well as all that it does; from the depth of love we infer from the desert of grief. Despite E.M.Forster's words - “One death may explain itself, but it throws no light upon another” - Rita Puig-Serra Costa proves that some aspects of grief are universal, or can be made so through the honesty and precision with which they are articulated.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

Where Mimosa Bloom

by Rita Puig-Serra Costa


Photographs: Rita Puig-Serra Costa

Publisher: Editions du LIC

96 pages

Pictures: 54

Year: 2014

ISBN: 978-82-93341-04-8

Price: 43

Comments: first editon of 460 copies. 5 die cut pages. 16.0 cm x 22.5 cm. Hot foil embossed printed textured hardcover. Offset printing.

The debut volume from Rita Puig-Serra Costa presented in a limited edition hardback book. This first edition is limited to 460 copies.

Dealing with the grief she suffered following the death of her mother, Where Mimosa Bloom takes the form of an extended farewell letter; with photography skillfully used to present a visual eulogy or panegyric. This grief memoir about the loss of her mother is part meditative photo essay, part family biography and part personal message to her mother. These elements combine to form a fascinating and intriguing  discourse on love, loss and sorrow.

"Where Mimosa Bloom" is the result of over two years work spent collecting and curating materials and taking photographs of places, objects and people that played a significant role in her relationship to her mother. Rita Puig-Serra Costa skillfully avoids the dangerous lure of grief’s self-pity, isolationism, world-scorn and vanity. The resonance of “Where Mimosa Bloom” comes from all it doesn't say, as well as all that it does; from the depth of love we infer from the desert of grief. Despite E.M.Forster's words - “One death may explain itself, but it throws no light upon another” - Rita Puig-Serra Costa proves that some aspects of grief are universal, or can be made so through the honesty and precision with which they are articulated.


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A collector's choice by josefchladek.com