Harry Callahan: Color, 1941-1980, Matrix, 1980, 1st Ed., Near Fine w/Slipcase

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Tow, Robert (Editor), Ricker Winsor (Editor), Jonathan Williams (Foreword), and A. D. Coleman (Afterword). Harry Callahan: Color, 1941-1980 (Providence, RI: Matrix Publications, 1980).
English, First Edition, a Near Fine book in a Near Fine slipcase, HC, fo, book: 14 1/4" x 14 1/4" x 3/4," slipcase: 14 1/2" x 14 1/2, " unpaginated, c. 150 pp., including illustrations and Selected Bibliography.
ISBN: 0936554002

First Edition. Near Fine tan buckram over boards. Yellow lettering to front and spine. Covers have light sunning, most noticeably along spine, else pristine and intact, binding tight, sharp tips. Near Fine tan slipcase. Yellow lettering and affixed full-color photograph to front. Slipcase has light rubbing and light to moderate sunning, else pristine and intact. Replete with printed color photographs. Striking monograph featuring the color photographs of Harry Callahan (1912-1999), an American photographer and instructor, he taught at both the Institute of Design in Chicago and the Rhode Island School of Design, and New Bauhaus. Callahan was a contemporary of László Moholy-Nagy, deeply influenced by the Bauhaus aesthetic. Working with cityscapes, models, candid figures and nature, his work combines formalism and experimentation. A stunning volume with Callahan's mastery evident on every page.