Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, 2013. First edition. Softcover. New in publisher's shrink wrap. Small Folio. 240pp. Glossy grey photo-illustrated wrappers, with orange lettering on front cover and spine. The work is an examination and visual survey of the work of some of the most famous photographers of the 20th century, through the lens of their status as immigrants. The theory being that they were able to visualize and internalize their new surroundings from their unique point of view as outsiders. Profusely illustrated with over 200 of some of the more iconic b&w photographs of the 20th century, in high quality photographic reproductions. Features the work of Man Ray, Luis Bunuel, Robert Frank, Bill Brandt, Paul Strand and William Klein, among many others. (Inventory #: 41062)
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