1965 · New York
Very good condition throughout. Dust jacket shows some distress with closed tears to edges and small loss to bottom of spine along with some discoloration.
"A Dialogue With Solitude, an incomparable book that James Borcoman, curator of photography at the National Gallery of Canada, has described as the most important book by a photographer to appear in the 1960's. A Dialogue With Solitude was the product of more than a decade of personal exploration in photographic self-expression and the resolution of Heath's creative search to enunciate his statement in the visually poetic form of sequence." - Museum of Contemporary Photography. (Inventory #: 166-2)