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3931141152 (BALTZ, LEWIS) (PERKOVIC, SLAVICA). BALTZ, LEWIS & SLAVICA PERKOVIC, GESCHICHTEN VON VERLANGEN UND MACHT (STORIES OF DESIRE AND POWER)
(BALTZ, LEWIS) (PERKOVIC, SLAVICA). BALTZ, LEWIS & SLAVICA PERKOVIC
GESCHICHTEN VON VERLANGEN UND MACHT (STORIES OF DESIRE AND POWER)
Braunschweig, GERMANY, Museum Fur Photographie Braunschweig & Scalo., 1995, First Edition 1/1500. (ISBN: 3-931141-15-2) Cloth Spine Over Boards, Boxed, 4to, 60pp + 48pp, profusely illustrated in b&w. Text in German with English translations laid in. This unusual title is actually two separate exhibition catalogues in the form of artists' books - Lewis Baltz's "Die Toten Von Newport Beach" ("The Deaths in Newport"), and Slavica Perkovic's "Seche Geschichten Fur Vier Manner" ("Six Stories for Four Men") - housed in a printed chipboard box. Each is illustrated with photographs and text - in Baltz's case, the photos all appear to be found images relating to a murder and trial in California in the 1940s. A most handsome example of this unusual collaborative undertaking in the publisher's printed chipboard box, as issued.. Near Fine/No Jacket - As Issued.
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Book number: 001166
USD 93.50 [Appr.: EURO 77 | £UK 66.5 | JP¥ 10226]
Keywords: Lewis Baltz, Slavica Perkovic, Photography, Photo Monograph, Artist Artists Book Books, California Artists and Arts, Exhibition Catalog Catalogue, 3931141152 - BALTZ, LEWIS

 (PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE CORCORAN). LIVINGSTON, JANE & ROY SLADE, PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE CORCORAN - FIFTEEN CATALOGUES (L. BALTZ, J. BURCHARD, J. CAMERON, R. CUMMING, R. DECARAVA, F. DIPERNA, L. FRIEDLANDER, J. GOSSAGE, J. GROOVER, A. HERNANDEZ, A. KRAMER, H. LEVITT, S. MANN, M. MITCHELL, A. SCURLOCK) IN THE PUBLISHER'S BOX
(PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE CORCORAN). LIVINGSTON, JANE & ROY SLADE
PHOTOGRAPHY AT THE CORCORAN - FIFTEEN CATALOGUES (L. BALTZ, J. BURCHARD, J. CAMERON, R. CUMMING, R. DECARAVA, F. DIPERNA, L. FRIEDLANDER, J. GOSSAGE, J. GROOVER, A. HERNANDEZ, A. KRAMER, H. LEVITT, S. MANN, M. MITCHELL, A. SCURLOCK) IN THE PUBLISHER'S BOX
Washington, D.C., The Corcoran Gallery of Art., First Editions. Stapled Wrappers in Slipcase, Square 8vo, np (each circa 24pp), profusely illustrated. With an exhibition checklist, bibliography, biography and exhibition history. This is the boxed set of slender 8 x 8" catalogues issued in conjunction with fifteen one-person photographic exhibitions held at Washington DC's Corcoran Gallery of Art between 1976 and 1980. These include all eight documents from the historic 1976 Bicentennial project "The Nation's Capital in Photographs" ("Lewis Baltz: Maryland", "Joe Cameron: The Extended Mall", Robert Cumming, Roy DeCarava, Lee Friedlander, John R. Gossage: The Better Neighborhoods of Greater Washington", Jan Groover, and Anthony Hernandez) along with "The Historic Photographs of Addison N. Scurlock" (1976), "Frank Di Perna: Color Photographs", "Sally Mann / The Lewis Law Photographs", "Mike Mitchell: Other Lights" (1977), Jerry Burchard, "Arnold Kramer / Interior Views" (1978), and Helen Levitt (1980). A most handsome group - each individual example is Near Fine or better - whose printed silver paper-over-boards slipcase shows some notable overall wear and rubbing. It has been priced accordingly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase.. Near Fine. or Better.
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Book number: 019949
USD 660.00 [Appr.: EURO 543.5 | £UK 468.25 | JP¥ 72184]
Keywords: John Gossage, Jane Livingston, Roy Slade, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, "The Nation's Capital in Photographs", Photography, Photo Monograph, Exhibition Catalog Catalogue, African-American Art, Architecture, California Artists and Arts, Lewis Baltz, Joe Cam

 (KH MAGAZINE). HARRY, KEVIN, KH MAGAZINE: ISSUES 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, AND THE KH 2016 SPECIAL - ALL SIX ISSUES TO DATE SIGNED BY PHOTOGRAPHER KEVIN HARRY
(KH MAGAZINE). HARRY, KEVIN
KH MAGAZINE: ISSUES 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, AND THE KH 2016 SPECIAL - ALL SIX ISSUES TO DATE SIGNED BY PHOTOGRAPHER KEVIN HARRY
New York. 2014-2018, Self-Published., First Editions. Stapled Pictorial Wrappers, 8vo, Each 48 to 64pp, profusely illustrated in color. "KH" magazine is the colorful, under-the-radar annual (maga)'zine self-published by the amazing New York chronicler of style, Kevin Harry. With an eye for beauty and flair, "KH" captures the vibrant adornment, hair styles, and latest fashions of the five boroughs' African-American community, often at an open air festival or street carnival. A brand new, pristine set of all six hard to find installments published to date - issues 1 through 5 plus the "KH 2016 Special" - of this prescient document of ever-evolving innovative cultural style each of which has been additionally SIGNED by Kevin Harry in pencil on the rear cover.. As New.
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Book number: 026674
USD 357.50 [Appr.: EURO 294.5 | £UK 253.75 | JP¥ 39100]
Keywords: Kevin Harry, KH Magazine, Black Negro African Afro African-American Photography, Photo Monograph, Periodicals, Signed Book Books, PMVABF, - KH MAGAZINE

3882433019 (PROVOKE). SCHIFFERLI, CHRISTOPH, TAKUMA NAKAHIRA, NOBUYOSHI ARAKI & DAIDO MORIYAMA. CHRISTOPH SCHIFFERLI, EDITOR, THE JAPANESE BOX
(PROVOKE). SCHIFFERLI, CHRISTOPH, TAKUMA NAKAHIRA, NOBUYOSHI ARAKI & DAIDO MORIYAMA. CHRISTOPH SCHIFFERLI, EDITOR
THE JAPANESE BOX
Paris, Edition 7L., 2001, First Edition 1/1500. (ISBN: 3-88243-301-9) Wrappers in a Wooden Box, 4to, 68 + 100 + 110 + 192 + 108 + 310 + 32pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Text in Japanese and English. Designed by Karl Lagerfeld and Gerhard Steidl. The "Japanese Box" reproduces in facsimile six publications by a remarkable and influential group of Japanese photographers and writers whose work was a response to the climate of political unrest in Tokyo around 1968. The publication includes all three issues of "Provoke" magazine issued between 1968 and 1969, the landmark stand alone photobooks "For a Language to Come" by Takuma Nakahira (1970), "Sentimental Journey" by Nobuyoshi Araki (1971), and "A Farewell to Photography" by Daido Moriyama (1972), along with a brief history and overview volume authored by the project's editor, Christoph Schifferli. The seven publications are enclosed in heavy Japanese handmade paper, banded with printed elastic bands, and contained in a black wooden box with title on the hinged lid, exposed joinery, and dual clasps. A brand new, unused, example of this remarkable undertaking limited to one thousand, five hundred copies whose paper and rubber band bindings are partially perished - as usual, still in the publisher's printed cardboard shipping carton. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight and value - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase.. As New./As New.
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Book number: 026685
USD 1430.00 [Appr.: EURO 1177.5 | £UK 1014.5 | JP¥ 156399]
Keywords: THE JAPANESE BOX, Christoph Scifferli, Karl Lagerfeld, Gerhard Steidl, Provoke Magazine, Japanese Photography, The Photobook / Open Book / 101 Books / Et Al., "For a Language to Come", Takuma Nakahira, "Sentimental Journey", Nobuyoshi Araki 1971 , "A Fare

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