Fine in a near fine jacket. First of this edition. Quarto. 114 provocative black and white, sepia, and color illustrations. Text by Germano Celant. Published to accompany shows at the Castello di Ravoli, Museo d'Arte Contemporanea June 5-Sept. 17, 1995 and at Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Oct. 13, 1995-Jan. 14, 1996.
VG-(Covers have some scuffs and average wear to edges; page margins are tanning lightly; text and illus. are clean. ) Black & illus. wraps, 272 pp., 112+ duotone plates. Title on spine: Joel-Peter Witkin. Text is in English. Issued in conjunction with several 1995-1996 exhibitions of photography by American photographer Joel-Peter Witkin (b. 1939). With an illustrated essay by Germano Celant. Includes a chronology and selected bibliography. Features 112 of his photographs. Uncommon.
272pp. Quarto [29.5 cm] Signed by Witkin on the half-title. Black cloth. Some light shelfware. Near fine/near fine. Signed and dated by the renowned photographer on the half-title. Illustrated, with numerous photographs. Bizarre, tragic, heartbreaking, beautiful.
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