Elliot Erwitt Snaps

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Phaidon Press, Mar 19, 2013 - Photography - 240 pages
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Phaidon's seminal monograph is now available in abridged format, creating an unparalleled introduction to one of our best-loved photographers. Combining Erwitt's most famous images of instantly recognisable figures, and his extraordinary gift for recognising the eccentricities of the ordinary, Snapscomes complete with introductions from Erwitt's close friends Charles Flowers and Murray Sayle, in a wonderfully personal collection of work.

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One of the greatest image makers of his generation, Elliott Erwitt (b.1928) describes himself as 'a professional photographer by trade and an amateur photographer by vocation.' A member of Magnum since 1954, his camera has taken him all over the globe and his pictures have been the subject of many books and exhibitions worldwide. Artist and documenter, his work spans many traditions, subjects and approaches to photography.

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