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Accompanying a major retrospective exhibition opening at The Museum of Modern Art and travelling until 1991, this is a publication of White's work using the artist's extensive personal archive bequeathed to Princeton University on his death.
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A distinguished professor and curator at Princeton, Bunnell was a close friend of Minor White, one of the most important photographers in the 30 years following World War II. For this major work and the retrospective exhibition it accompanies (traveling until 1991), Bunnell draws on journals, correspondence, and files of negatives and prints in the extensive Minor White Archive bequeathed to Princeton in 1976. The production is stunning: 295 photographs, ten in color and 285 black-and-whites in duotone, are organized by iconography and by chronology. White's artistry is richly illuminated by the wealth of newly published material and by Bunnell's insightful exploration of biographical elements in the work of this highly personal and spiritual photographer. A landmark book.
- Ann Copeland, formerly with Drew Univ. Lib., Madison, N.J.
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Book Description Princeton University / The Art Museum, 1989. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0943012090
Book Description Princeton University / The Art, 1989. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110943012090