Emmet Gowin

@ Gowin, Emmet

978-2365110327

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"This book, developed in close collaboration with Emmet Gowin, is the first French monograph on this American photographer. Through more than 200 images covering the entire breadth of his career from his iconic portraits of his wife Edith to his singular approach on the landscape, this publication offers the most complete overwiew on his work.

Gowin has also written two original essays along with texts by Carlos Gollonet, curator of the MAPFRE Foundation exhibition, and Keith F. Davis, Chief Curator of Photography at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri."

258 pages - Hardcover

Editions Xavier Barral, 2013

Format : 24 x 30 cm

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