Near Fine. Book divided into four parts, color photo-plates of Bustamante's work-an essay with color illustrations of Bustamante's work by Jacinto Lageira entitled, "The Size of the Matter, "-An essay by Ulrich Loock with color illustrations of Bustamante's work entitled, "Out of Focus, "-And the text of a conversation between Jean-Marc Bustamante, Christine Macel, and Xavier Veilhan, with color illustrations.
Used-Like New. After working with American photographer and filmmaker William Klein, Bustamante held his first exhibition in 1982 and met the sculptor Bazile. They collaborated for three years, which lead Bustamante to experiment with other media. He advocates a reciprocal relationship between artist and spectator, in which both parties engage in the aesthetic definition of a piece. He rejects notions of documentary and fixed aesthetics, relying instead on the fluid and meditative nature of art. Bustamante is internationally acclaimed; his work has been exhibited at the Tate Gallery, the Jeu de Paume, and the Documenta. In 2003, Bustamante represented France at the 50th Venice Biennial. Book has a very small and faint stain at spine. Otherwise book is in brand new condition.
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