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In flagrante,by Chris Killip

  • In flagrante,by Chris Killip
  • In flagrante,by Chris Killip
  • In flagrante,by Chris Killip
  • In flagrante,by Chris Killip
  • In flagrante,by Chris Killip

In flagrante

Chris Killip

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€220.00
1988. First edition of Killip's powerful second book, published one year before he became the first recipient of the prestigious Henri Cartier-Bresson Award, with 50 black-and-white photogravure plates, many double-page.
 
"In Flagrante is a singularly original work of art, both passionate and partisan! [Killip's] candid portraits and urban landscapes made in rich-toned black and white, predominantly shot with a 4 by 5 camera! [result in] a book about community! where rigorous documentary is suffused with a contemplative inwardness, a rare quality in modern photography" (Parr & Badger II:299). Critics have praised Killip's work as particularly important because his photographs "are neither posed nor reportage, but social documents, artistically complete. They 'taught us,' Martin Parr said, 'that compelling photographs have at their heart a visual ambiguity'" (Guardian). Killip's compelling images of life for many British during the Thatcher years puts him at the forefront of photographers who "represent new and promising directions" (New York Times). With essay by Sylvia Grant and John Berger. Open Book, 340.
Titel In flagrante
Author Chris Killip
Signed No
ISBN 0436233568
Language English
Dimensions (cm hxb) 31 x 26
Book condition Fine
Cover condition No
Condition description name prev. owner on first empty page; light toning to covers; else very fine copy
Binding Softcover
Edition First edition
Pages 96
Publisher Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd
Publishing date 1988
Publishing place London
Number published No
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