Couleurs Fresson (*signed*)

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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

Plossu, Bernard

Bernard Plossu , born in 1945 in Đà Lạt, in the South of Vietnam, is a French photographer. Most of his work consists of travel logs or stories in pictures. Photo: © Jean-Michel Sordello
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  • .PLEASE NOTE: the texts in this book are in French only. Presentation by Filigranes : [translation by L'Ascenseur Végétal] " « In a sense, I like to be where I am not expected. It is not beacause I like poetic photography à la Boubat or à la Frank that I do not like, or am not able to appreciate other things. In fact, since the early seventies, I had...

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