Publisher's presentation :
"Midway between a book and a portfolio, this unbound large format work (30 x 40 cm), printed on a rare stock in a limited edition, signed & numbered (170 copies), is a selection of Fresson colors by Bernard Plossu. The foreword is by Sylvie Hugues."
In the black box :
- 12 photographs "Couleur Fresson" in double page (open format : 60 x 40 cm)
- 3 photographs "Couleur Fresson" on simple page (format 30 x 40 cm)
- 1 page for the foreword by Sylvie Hugues, translated into English by Laurie Hurwitz
- 1 pair of white gloves
Paper for the inside pages: Olin Rough Pur Blanc 150 g. Paper for the cover with flaps : Olin Rough Pur Blanc 300 g
26 recto pages - Softcover (unbound) in cardboard box
de l'air, 2015 (170 copies)
*Signed & Numbered*
New - Mint condition
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Rien de mieux que les mots de Bernard Plossu lui-même : "[…] Des photos de ce que la vie apporte comme moments non prévus, des photos qui vous prennent pourrait-on dire, le Nord aussi beau et sauvage que le grand Ouest américain ! Je me suis mis à l'aimer, petit à petit, ce Nord qui rentrait en moi au fur et à mesure que Pierre Devin m'y faisait découvrir...
.Three signed copies available. Presentation by Filigranes : [translation L'Ascenseur Végétal] "« In the early seventies, going through Rome, during a cold and rainy winter; no good photographs, I had a wide-angle! except two or three in empty and quiet Pompeii under the magnificent rain... Later, in 1979, having finally understood the quiet...
Presentation by Thames & Hudson, publisher of the English edition : "Bernard Plossu has been called “the most American of French photographers” by his friend and colleague Lewis Baltz. Although he is best known for his work in black and white, often capturing a bohemian world of free-spirited adventure, Plossu has also shot in color throughout his...
Publisher's presentation : [translation by L'Ascenseur Végétal] "After Bernard Plossu in 2015 (Couleur Fresson), the new collector by de l'air magazine presents new images by Antoine d'Agata, from his series Paradigmes, exhibited from Oct. 27th to Nov. 26th, 2016 at Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire, Paris. 200 copies were printed in Offset by Arts...