.VERY LAST COPY! See note below.
Original presentation by Twin Palms (2002):
" When Peter Hujar (1934–1987) died at the age of fifty-three, his remarkable oeuvre fell into neglect. Sporadic exhibitions and catalogues failed to give Hujar his critical due or make the work widely accessible. Now, on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the publication of his first book, Portraits in Life and Death (Da Capo Press, 1976), a concerted effort to exhibit and publish Hujar's work has begun.
This book is a prelude to upcoming exhibitions examining Hujar's incomparable portraits of animals and nudes, all of which he considered self-portraits. A student of Lisette Model, admirer of August Sander, and friend of Diane Arbus, Hujar made his photographs distinctly his own: a perfect and unmistakable mirror of his own body and milieu. "
Large-format photobook. Introduction (in English only) by Klaus Kertess.
PLEASE NOTE : Our VERY LAST COPY is new and has been put back in its blister, but it has been browsed at the bookstore and displays light signs of handling and minor rubbing to the dustjacket. Sharp corners, inside mint.
144 pages - Hardcover w/ DJ
Twin Palms Publishers, 2002
Format : 27.9 x 33 cm
New - Condition: see note above
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