31 May 2007
La Photographie n'est pas l'art -- Photography is Not an Art. Paris: GLM, 1937. Small folio (247 x 160mm). 12 black and white photographs. Original blue paper portfolio printed in black, original black paper jacket with die-cut window.
FIRST EDITION. ' One of the most enigmatic yet advanced of all his books'; a 'remarkable little book', which 'can be taken as a summation of his experiments in photography, and might be said to be his photographic swansong' (The Photobook). A VERY GOOD COPY. The Photobook, vol. I, pp.108-9.
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