15 May 2008
ALBERT WATSON (b.1942)
Kate Moss, Marrakech, January, 1993
chromogenic print, printed later
signed, titled, dated and numbered '5/25' in ink on reverse of aluminium flush-mount
23½ x 18in. (59.8 x 45.7cm.)
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Watson, Cyclops, Little, Brown & Co., 1994, n.p; Crump, Albert Watson, Phaidon, 2007, p.87.
This print is number 5 from the sold-out edition of 25.
This image was taken by Watson for German Vogue.
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