Photobooks published by Silas Finch

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  • Publisher's presentation: "Includes 48 black and white and full color plates printed with UV inks on uncoated paper. Leporello binding with multiple panel widths and stiff front and back covers. Spine closure printed on synthetic paper with an essay by Mark Alice Durant. With the spine detached from the front cover, the book becomes an installation piece...

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  • .Copy sold. A few words by Robert Adams from Bryan Schutmaat's website: "Grays the Mountain Sends is like hearing Merle Haggard sing white blues about dreams and grief. Though in the book we are allowed what only the best pictures can convey, a sense of light – in this case light at neglected hours on forgotten places in the American West. And light on...

  • .Sold out. Presentation by Silas Finch: "These photographs depict various places in the American West, and were taken over a one hundred-year period, from the 1870s through the 1970s. The photographers represented range from the completely unknown to some of America’s most distinguished practitioners of the medium. All of the images were sourced from...

  • This sequence of 12 images – all taken in Los Angeles, California on the same day in 1971 – represents some of the earliest black and white work by Anthony Hernandez. Beautifully printed in tritone on McCoy Silk coated paper, the book features cloth end sheets and printed aluminum front and back covers.32 pages - Hardcover Silas Finch, 2014 Format : 30.5...

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  • .Sold out. A few words by Robert Adams from Bryan Schutmaat's website: "Grays the Mountain Sends is like hearing Merle Haggard sing white blues about dreams and grief. Though in the book we are allowed what only the best pictures can convey, a sense of light – in this case light at neglected hours on forgotten places in the American West. And light on the...

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