Prague: Umelecko-Prumyslove Museum, 1939. First edition. wraps. 8vo, 175pp; original pictorial wrappers, featuring photographic work by Jaromir Funke. Catalogue of historic exhibition at the Prague Museum of Industrial Arts celebrating 100 years of Czech photography, with extensive essays, a guide to the exhibition, illustrations in black and white and color...
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Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1979. First edition. Cloth. Oblong folio, uunpag.; two-tone cloth. This copy has been signed by Adams on the half title. In addition, Adams has signed and dated (9/11/79) a loosely inserted ticket stub from John Szarkowski's MOMA lecture that was given during the contemporary exhibition...
[Tokyo/New York: Gallery Min/Aperture, 1989]. First edition. Oblong 4to, unpag.; boards. With text by Gus Blaisdell. Briefly inscribed and signed by Baltz on the dedication page.
Millerton/Berlin: Aperture/Zwölftes Haus, (1986). First edition. 4to, unpag.; cloth. One of only 1200 copies in the first edition; this one has been signed by Baltz on the title page.
Albuquerque/New York: Artspace Press/Castelli Graphics/Aperture, (1980). Oblong 4to, 246pp; cloth. One of Baltz's haunting, poetic photographic documentations of urban development and the American landscape, accompanied by an essay by Blaisdell. The first edition consisted of only 3000 copies; this copy has been signed by Baltz on the title page.
(Denver: Denver Art Museum / Tallgrass Press, 1993). First edition. 4to, unpag.; black cloth. Signed by Bernhard on the title page.
Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1982. First edition. Boards. Large 4to, 49pp; original printed boards, with mounted color photo on front. One of only 125 numbered copies signed by Bukowski and Montfort, 25 hors commerce, the entire edition. A striking publication featuring 20 original color photographs by Montfort (in addition...
(San Francisco): Scrimshaw Press, 1971. First edition. Cloth. 4to, unpag.; gray cloth stamped in black, with mounted photograph on front board. The first substantial monograph on Bullock, this copy has been inscribed and signed by the photographer on the first blank leaf.
Providence, Rhode Island: Matrix Publications, (1980). First edition. Cloth. Square 4to, unpag.; cloth. This copy has been signed by Callahan on the half title page.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1970. First edition. Cloth. 4to, unpag., original white linen, with photograph mounted on front board. A landmark work in modern photography, the great photo-essay on East Harlem includes a brief prefatory text by Davidson, who has also signed this copy on the title page.
(San Francisco): Fraenkel Gallery, (2002). First edition. Small stain on front of jacket; some small chipping to jacket at folds; excellent. Square 4to, 115pp; printed pictorial boards. One of 100 numbered copies signed by both Friedlander and R.B. Kitaj on the title page, and this copy additionally signed again by...
Boston: Robert Brothers, 1887. First edition. 8vo, patterned endpapers, original red cloth stamped in black on the front, gilt on the spine. Hearn's scarce second book. A difficult book to find in fine condition.
Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1981. First edition. Cloth. Square 8vo, unpag.; cream linen. Kertesz's first book of photographs in color, taken with a Polaroid SX-70, with which he began experimenting at the age of 84. This copy has been signed by the photographer on the title page.
New York: Harry N. Abrams, (1982). First edition. Cloth. 4to, 259pp; gray cloth stamped in silver. An excellent retrospective monograph, documenting 70 years of the great Hungarian photographer's work. Signed by Kertesz on the title page.
(New York): Aperture, (1988). First edition. Cloth. Oblong 4to, unpag.; cloth. Fine monograph published to coincide with Koudelka's exhibition at the Centre National de la Photographie in Paris, and the International Center of Photography in New York.
New York: Horizon Press, (1981). Second edition, enlarged. Boards. 4to, parchment-backed boards. One of 250 numbered copies, signed by Levitt. This edition included an additional 24 photographs that were not part of the first edition in 1965.
Boston: David R. Godine, (1983). Wraps. Square 4to, xii + 59pp; original stiff wrappers. The photographer's notable first book, signed by Mann on the half title page.
New York: Grove Press, (1969). 4to, 165pp; cloth. Compilation documenting the long career of the eminent Harlem photographer, with an introduction by McGhee and an interview with Van Derzee.
(New York): Pace Gallery Publications, (1981). First edition. wraps. 8vo, wrappers. Inscribed and signed by Namuth on the first leaf. An excellent series of portraits of iconic postwar artists, with an introduction by Calvin Tomkins.
(Munich): Schirmer Art Books, (1995). First edition in English. Boards. Oblong 4to, 1322pp; printed paper-covered boards. Originally published in German in 1994. This copy has been inscribed and signed by Shore for another photographer on the title page.
New York: Light Gallery/Farrar, Straus and Giroux, (1976). First edition. Cloth. 4to, 112pp; cloth. Signed by Siskind on the half title page.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1950. First edition. Cloth. 4to, 248pp; original cloth. Signed by Strand in blue ink on the dedication page, scarce thus.
Los Angeles: Museum of Contemporary Art, (1993). First edition. Wraps. Oblong 4to, unpag.; original wrappers. Sequence of Sugimoto's sublime seascapes, this edition was only issued issued in wrappers.
New York: Aperture/Museum of Modern Art, (1976). Callahan, Harry. First edition. Cloth. 4to, pp; black cloth. Extensive monograph coinciding with Callahan's MOMA retrospective exhibition in 1976. This copy has been inscribed and signed by Callahan on the half title.
New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce / Essential Books, (1946). First edition. Cloth. 8vo, unpag.; original cloth. Follow-up volume to Naked City. Occasionally captioned images from New York City by the quintessential street photographer.