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New York, Aperture Foundation. 1975, First Edition. Cloth. Cloth Boards, blind and silver-stamped. Dustjacket unclipped ($ 22.50). Unpaginated. Stated "First Printing". A truly superb example of Josef Koudelka's famous photographic portrayal of life in the Roma gypsy settlements of East Slovakia between 1962 and 1968, and source of his one-man exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. Beautifully reproduced black and white images by the Aperture Foundation, and three short commentaries (including "The Rage to See" by Robert Delpire) introduce Koudelka's work to the reader. This wonderful book is accompanied by a thoughtful historical record written by Willy Guy. A better copy of this first edition of Koudelka's debut publication will not be found. Fine/Fine.
EUR 950.00 [Appr.: US$ 1110.08 | £UK 844.25 | JP¥ 124497] Book number 8937

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