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The Lines of my Hand,by Robert Frank

  • The Lines of my Hand,by Robert Frank
  • The Lines of my Hand,by Robert Frank
  • The Lines of my Hand,by Robert Frank
  • The Lines of my Hand,by Robert Frank
  • The Lines of my Hand,by Robert Frank
  • The Lines of my Hand,by Robert Frank

The Lines of my Hand

Robert Frank

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Revised edition of Frank's autobiographical classic, containing many of Frank's photographs reproduced in the earlier editions--in some cases totally re-edited--along with much that is new. Including enlargements from his recent self-exploratory videos, multiple Polaroids, and other narrative works.
The Lines of My Hand. "I have come home and I'm looking through the window. Outside it's snowing, no waves at all. The beach is white, the fence posts are gray. I'm looking back at a world now gone forever. Thinking of a time that will never return. A book of photographs is looking at me. Twenty-five years of looking for the right road. Postcards from everywhere. If there are any answers I have lost them." Whereas Moving Out offers you a perspective on Robert Frank's work as seen by curators and critics, The Lines of My Hand presents Frank's own look at his work. Starting with his earliest photographs to his travels across in America to his Polaroids and video stills, Frank shows where he comes from and how he got to where he is now. Frank's selection and sequencing of his own works elucidates the development of his conception of life and art. In The Lines of My Hand it becomes evident how his use of various media has served to further one vision. Whether it is photography, film, or video it is always Robert Frank's eye and his unique way of telling us what he learnt along the way. The Lines of My Hand is Robert Frank looking back at roads traveled over the years. (publishers description)
Titel The Lines of my Hand
Author Robert Frank
Signed No
ISBN 3907509048
Language English
Dimensions (cm hxb) 32,5 x 25,5
Book condition Fine
Cover condition Very good
Condition description Top corner of back board lightly bumped, minor toning to page edges.
Dust jacket has a few small tears, mainly to top edge and two small scratches/tears (1cm) on front.
Back dust jacket has some small stains and smudges.
Binding Hardcover including dustjacket
Edition First revised edition 1989
Pages No
Publisher Parkett/Der Alltag
Publishing date 1992
Publishing place Zurich/New York
Number published No
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