Published in 1992 on the occasion of a major twenty-five year retrospective exhibition at the International Muscum of Photography at George Eastman House, this monograph brings together for the first time in one volume a broad and varied selection of Smith's prodigious work. The book traces the growth of his distinctive and life-affirming vision ...
Published in 1992 on the occasion of a major twenty-five year retrospective exhibition at the International Muscum of Photography at George Eastman House, this monograph brings together for the first time in one volume a broad and varied selection of Smith's prodigious work. The book traces the growth of his distinctive and life-affirming vision in photographs of the land, cities and people. A foreword by Marianne Fulton, Senior, Curator at the IMP/GEH places Smith's work in an historical context and an insightful essay by artist and writer John Bratnober probes the connection between the photographs and the life of the artist. A complete chronology and bibliography are included.
Near fine in original grey cloth, boards mildly bowed, and just about fine in original pictorial dust jacket. Oblong quarto. 29 x 25.5 cm. 191 pp. Fully illustrated with reproductions of photographs by Smith, many of which fold out. Inscribed by Smith to fellow photographer Michael Carlebach on the half title.
First edition. Attractively printed collection of 176 black and white photographs 24 of which are fold outs. A very near fine copy in fine dust jacket. Signed and inscribed by Smith: " To Rodger Kingston-Fellow photographer with all good wishes-Michael." Laid in is some publisher emphemera. A nice association.
Fine in fine dust jacket. Signed by author. Book and dustjacket in As New condition. Cloth slipcase shows very slight fading at edges, otherwise Fine. Signed Limited Edition. #144 of 250 copies. Very Fine example of this Special Limited Edition. Numbered and Signed by the artist on the half-title page.
New. 0960564659. Flawless copy, brand new, pristine, never opened--192 pp. With 176 ills. (24 foldout). 26 x 29 cm. Description: "Presenting a detailed essay tracing the career of American photographer Smith (b. 1942) that discusses his extensive use of the large-format view camera and the intuitive and formal concerns underlying his approach, this catalogue features fine reproductions of 176 works produced by the artist from 1967 to 1991, including numerous panoramic images of landscapes and urban scenes distinguished by their subtle tonality and spatial ambiguity."; 0.94 x 11.24 x 10.08 Inches.
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