Lausanne: Musee de l'Elysee, 2012. Hardcover. VG. Orange stamped cloth, mylar dust jacket with fuscha title blocks; 313 pp., duotone and color illius. Text is in French. Issued in conjunction with a 2012-2013 series of exhibitions. When the first photo booth booths were set up in Paris in 1928, the Surrealists used them heavily and compulsively. For generations ever since, artists have been fascinated by the principle of the photobooth, including Salvador Dali, Andy Warhol, Francis Bacon, Christian Boltanski, Arnulf Rainer, Thomas Ruff, Cindy Sherman, Pierre et Gilles, and more. With five thematic and illustrated essays, and many views of artists and their work, as inspired or engendered by the technology of the photobooth. Certainly an intriguing premise for an exhibition and book.
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