Dark Knees

@ Cohen, Mark

978-2365110426

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Great retrospective of the work of one of the best "street photographer", Dark Knees was published during the Fall 2013, at the time of an exhibition at Le BAL (Paris) that will then go to the Nederlands Fotomuseum (Rotterdam).

Beautiful images in B&W and color, a slick but original design (all the images are in the "landscape" format, and the book has to be browsed in an "horizontal" position) , and the best production quality.

Text is bilingual English / French.

188 pages - Hardcover, no DJ

Editions Xavier Barral, 2013

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