L.A., 1971

@ Hernandez, Anthony

978-1936063093

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This sequence of 12 images – all taken in Los Angeles, California on the same day in 1971 – represents some of the earliest black and white work by Anthony Hernandez.

Beautifully printed in tritone on McCoy Silk coated paper, the book features cloth end sheets and printed aluminum front and back covers.

32 pages - Hardcover

Silas Finch, 2014

Format : 30.5 x 20.3 cm

New - Mint condition

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65,00 €

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