KEN OHARA | One Picture Book #31: One

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KEN OHARA | One Picture Book #31: One

150.00

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ISBN: 1-59005-146-7
Hardcover, 5 1/2 x 7 1/4, 16 pages, 10 duotone plates, 1 original print.

In 1970 Ken Ohara created a body of work called “One,” for which he randomly selected people on the streets of New York and asked if he could take their picture. The resulting full-face portraits are larger than life, close-cropped black-and-white photographs that are as striking as they are unsettling. Ohara’s subjects vary in gender, race and age but the portraits come together as a homogenous whole. LIMITED QUANTITY OF A/P COPIES AVAILABLE.

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