New York: Abbeville Press, 2013. First edition. Hardcover. Fine.. Signed Neil Folberg on front free endpaper. Quarto. 83 (1)pp. Original photo-illustrated dustjacket over black cloth with silver lettering on spine. Green endpapers, printed on glossy paper. The Story of Adam and Eve told by the former student of Ansel Adams and William Garnett. Folberg's evolution towards staged photography is apparent in this photo-narrative of Adam and Eve "to memorable effect... in a spirit of serious spiritual inquiry: based on an oral tradition and accompanied by a poetic text in the voice of the serpent. Dustjacket in near fine, binding and interior in fine condition. Folberg is known for his photographs of the Middle East and the Mediterranean. "Galleries worldwide have exhibited Folberg's work; his photographs are in collections of the Los Angeles County Museum, Everson Museum in Syracuse, Nelson-Atkins Museum, San Francisco MoMA, Yale University Art Museum, Bibliothéque Nationale, Paris and the Israel Museum. Folberg has lived in Israel since 1976 with his wife Anna. Joseph Folberg (Neil's father) found Vision Gallery in San Francisco in 1981 and Neil mover it to Jerusalem in 1998 following his father's death." (thedryansky.com).
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