Stuttgart: Chr. Belser Verlag, 1960. Wittenborn Art Books label on rear pastedown, spine lightly discolored with very mild bumps to head and foot, else near fine in very good jacket, edge worn with small chips at the spine ends. Housed in the original cardboard slipcase, stamped "Brassai" in purple ink, good with several missing pieces.. Correct First Edition, published in Germany. Quarto. From library of photographer Erich Hartmann, gifted to him by legendary curator Grace M. Mayer, as indicated by small envelope and card laid in. Brassai's images of graffiti: a subject which fascinated him for the entirety of his career. Brassai's text, printed on thick brown paper, separates the photographs by themes. A conversation with Picasso ends the book. Brassai's recognition of graffiti as an art form helped secure its place within the cultural milieu.
(Inventory #: 21242)
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