The 55 Series This is one of the most unique monograph series in the history of photography! The 55 Series represents the work of many of photography s most important figures. Each book contains 55 of the photographer s key works, presented chronologically and through them tells the photographer s own story. These books are small, but surprisingly rich in content and reproduction quality. They are a most economical way to bring the world of photography into your home. Each book is 128 pp. 6 1/4 x 5 3/4 , softbound.
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