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Titre complet : "The Open Book - A History of the Photographic Book from 1878 to the Present".

Ce livre, paru peu de temps après le "Book of 101 Books" (Andrew Roth) et peu de temps avant le premier tome de "Le Livre de photographies : Une Histoire" (Martin Parr / Gerry Badger) est une des références des collectionneurs de livres de photographies.

Environ 130 livres sont présentés (images & textes) dans ce volume imposant et richement illustré; dans une sélection qui donne sa place à toutes les époques, à toutes les origines, et à tous les genres.


Dans le comité de sélection, entre autres : Hasse Persson du Hasselblad Center; Karl Lagerfeld créateur, photographe et bibliophile ; Andrew Roth, expert en livres rares;  et Gerhard Steidl, éditeur.


432 pages - Couverture souple

Hasselblad Center, 2004

Comme neuf, sous papier cristal - Infimes traces (voir détails)


Books presenting the work of a group of photographers, either working on a common project, or assembled by the publisher for the purpose of the book.
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