Going East

@ Pam, Max



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Excellent copy (Near Mint / VG+) of the great Max Pam classic, listed in "The Photobook: A History volume II" by Martin Parr & Gerry Badger

Book in perfect condition, outside of faint dark-ish traces on the edges of the pages. Inside mint.

Dustjacket with French flaps in excellent condition as well, with imperfections to the top edge ("not really "folds", see images), a very small loss of upper layer (white below appearing) at the bottom of the binding and an even smaller similar loss at the top of the binding. Excellent otherwise, including scarce & faint usual "handling" traces to the boards (see images).

NB : A shadow appears (from the top) on the last two images of the carrousel... there a no traces on the book :-)

184 pages - Hardcover w/ DJ (French flaps)

Marval, 1992

Format 25 x 33 cm

2nd-hand - See condition above

Pam, Max

Max Pam , (born Melbourne, 1949) is a contemporary Australian photographer. As a teenager Pam found post-war suburban Melbourne grim, and became determined to travel overseas. Photo: © self-portrait
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