Connoisseurs & collections

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Aperture Foundation, 1991 - Photography - 74 pages
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This issue focuses on the theory and practice of "Connoisseurs and Collections" as refelected in six of photography's outstanding devotees. Feautured are the works of Dorothy Norman, Werner Bokelberg, Gerard Levy, Stan Burns, Thomas Walther, and Joshua Smith. 50 duotone and 20 four-color photographs.

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R.H. Cravens--longtime contributor to many Aperture books and articles--provides an in-depth anecdotal chronicle of Aperture's evolution based largely on the magazine issues themselves and interviews with Michael E. Hoffman, Publisher and Executive Director from 1964 through 2001, whose comprehensive vision and voice unearths a history as rife with innovation as the history of photography itself.

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