A study of nudes from award-winning photographer Lee Friedlander.
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Description du livre Jonathan Cape, London, 1991. Couverture rigide. État : Très bon. VERY GOOD FIRST EDITION Hardcover/ TRES BON ETAT/ 84pl. photos n&b + 7pp. text broché 274x244mm 700g état très bon. joint carton "Lee Friedlander nus" Galerie Zabriskie paris 1991. N° de réf. du libraire 009461
Description du livre London, Jonathan Cape, 1991, 1991. London, Jonathan Cape, 1991. Cloth-vovered boards (hardcover), photo-pictorial dustjacket, 25 x 28 cms., 108 pp. with 84 tritone plates. N° de réf. du libraire 25096
Description du livre Jonathon Cape London 1991, 1991. 26x28cm B&W photographs. Hardcover in dustjacket. Good+ Published for an exhibition at MOMA New York. Afterword by Ingrid Sischy. N° de réf. du libraire 141484
Description du livre Jonathan Cape, London, 1991. Hard Cover Cloth. État : As New. Etat de la jaquette : As New. Unnumbered pages, 84 images in B&W. Afterword by Ingrid Sischy. The nude lies in the center of Western art. Over 15 years Friedlander has been working with a number of models to create his own way of seeing and photographing the female nude. The story goes that one of the models will be Madonna. Size: 254 x 280 Mm. N° de réf. du libraire 000152
Description du livre Jonathan Cape, London, 1991. Hardcover. Etat de la jaquette : As New. 1st Edition. Price is net to all; promotional discounts do not apply.First edition (first U.K. edition, simultaneously published in America by Pantheon Books, New York), first printing. Signed in black ink on the title page by Friedlander. Hardcover. Fine cloth-covered boards; with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Photographs by Lee Friedlander. Afterword by Ingrid Sischy. Sequence by John Szarkowski with Mark Holborn and Lee Friedlander. Designed by Catherine Mills. 108 pp., with 84 tritone plates beautifully printed on heavy coated paper, from separations by Richard Benson and Thomas Palmer. 9-7/8 x 11 inches. Out of print. Scarce.Lee Friedlander's work is widely known for transforming our visual understanding of contemporary American culture. Known for passionately embracing all subject matter, Friedlander photographed nearly every facet of American life from the 1950s to the present. From factories in Pennsylvania, to the jazz scene in New Orleans, to the deserts of the Southwest, Friedlander's complex formal visual strategies continue to influence the way we understand, analyze, and experience modern American experience. Friedlander's work continues to influence photographic practice internationally, in part due to the heightened sense of self-awareness that is a trademark of so many of his photographs and in part because of his ability to embrace wide-ranging subject matter, always interpreting it in an elegance that hadn't existed prior to his work. As New (from Friedlander's personal archive). From the publisher (in 1991): "Over the last fifteen years, Friedlander has been working with a number of models to create his own way of seeing and photographing the female nude. Little of this work has ever appeared. The photographs are both highly intimate and coolly detached. The frequently surprising perspectives are balanced by the mundane backdrops of ordinary life, the real domestic interiors of the models. He appears to have taken a primary theme of Western art and re-invented it." Signed by Author. As New (from Friedlander's personal archive). N° de réf. du libraire 111870