Titre : Avedon.
Éditeur : Minneapolis Institute of Arts/1970.
Date d'édition : 1970
Reliure : In wraps.
Black and White photographs. Exhibition catalogue, presented in card box with folding flaps containing a staple-bound leaflet with an essay by Avedon; a fold-out poster featuring thumbnail photos of pictures in the exhibit; and ten loose reproductions of photos printed on card. One of these photos is intentionally folded to fit in the presentation carton. Otherwise, the the contents are VG to VG+; the box bears some light wear (lacks printed disclaimer concerning some pieces missing from the catalogue). N° de réf. du libraire 20451
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