The Aperture History of Photography Series (numbered issues 1-15)

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Item ID: 1600
Category: Biblioteca
Condition:Vintage, outter sleeve has color distoration
An exquisite collection comprising sixteen volumes, encompassing the comprehensive oeuvre of renowned 19th and 20th-century photographers from the publishers' monographs. Within each volume, readers will discover a captivating blend of an introductory essay, accompanied by 40-50 meticulously curated reproductions, insightful captions, and a chronology detailing the photographers' life journeys. Featuring iconic visionaries such as Cartier-Bresson, Robert Frank, Walker Evans, August Sander, Dorothea Lange, Erich Salomon, and others, these volumes illuminate their profound contribution to the enduring notion that 'life is in color, but black and white is more real.' Presented in matching pictorial boards, this set is a testament to the timeless allure of photographic mastery.

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