JIM STONE | One Picture Book #29: Why My Photographs Are Good

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JIM STONE | One Picture Book #29: Why My Photographs Are Good

150.00

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ISBN: 1-59005-129-7
Hardcover, 5 1/2 x 7 1/4, 16 pages, 8 four-color plates, 1 original photograph.

Jim Stone’s One Picture Book finds its formal cues in the deservedly obscure 1902 guide Why My Photographs are Bad by Charles M. Taylor, which earnestly corrects photographic errors – such as blurring and foreshortening – that are now overly familiar modernist art strategies. Stone’s photographs are widely exhibited and collected throughout the United States. A limited number of A/Ps are available.

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