Very Good. No markings, tight, clean. Light rubbing and small closed tear to edges of dust jacket, in a protective cover. Published in conjunction with exhibition. Mostly black-and-white photos, some in color. 152 pages.
Color & Black and White Photos. Fine in Fine jacket. Jacket in clear plastic cover. Here, John Szarkowski defined the ways we looked at photography for over 20 years: Mirrors--the photograph as a reflection of society--and Windows--the photograph as a view into an interior vision. One of the founding texts of modern critical thinking on the art of photography. Curated with text by Szarkowski (1925-2007).
Very good+ condition. Very good condition (DJ) Oblong octavo (8vo). 152 pages of text. Hardcover binding with one small scuff on the front hinge. Price-clipped dustjacket with minor sunning to spine and minor shelfwear; protected in archival mylar. Third printing, 1980. Catalog of the Exhibition. Illustrated by 127 plates, of which 17 are in color, and 7 reference illustrations.
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