31 May 2007
Hamish Fulton. Milan: Franco Toselli, 1974. Oblong folio (380 x 515mm). 16 black and white photographs, 2 of these folding, and 3 colour photographs. Original burnt-orange boards and grey cloth spine.
FIRST EDITION. A FINE COPY OF 'ONE OF THE MOST SUMPTUOUS AND REPRESENTATIVE OF HAMISH FULTON'S PHOTOGRAPHIC BOOKS, SHOWING HIM AT HIS BEST'; 'this book proves that whatever else Fulton is -- Land artist, performance artist, sculptor, Conceptualist, poet -- he is an uncommonly good photographer' (The Photobook). The Photobook, vol. II, p.152.
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