Fine in Fine jacket. Mylared. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Signed by Authors 287pp. Signed by both Richard Cahan and Michael Williams on title-page; no inscription. Original black cloth with silver lettering. Pages are bright and clean. Binding is tight and secure. DJ is unclipped. This book is on hand and does not ship from publisher. No previous owner markings. Very nice copy.
New. Presenting her breathtaking photographs alongside interviews with those who knew her best, this volume is the first attempt to put Vivian Maier's work in context and create a moving portrait of her as an artist. Though she created more than 10, 000 negatives during her lifetime, only a few of them were ever seen by others. Shortly after her death in 2009, the first group of her unseen photographs--gritty with humanity and filled with empathy and beauty--were shown online. What followed was a firestorm of attention, catapulting Maier from previous obscurity to being labeled as one of the masters of street photography. Her work has appeared in numerous museum exhibits and a feature-length documentary on her life and art has already been planned. Features 275 black and white photos on heavy gloss paper. 'All photographs used in this book are from the Jeffrey Goldstein Collection'--T.p. verso.
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