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Ten stunning black and white photographs of historic Aspen, Colorado from 1948-1960. From classic town scenes such as the Hotel Jerome and the Wheeler Opera House to breathtaking mountain landscapes such as Maroon Bells and Snowmass, these photographs capture the essence of Aspen, Colorado and its surroundings in all of its beauty and intrigue. Set of ten notecards and envelopes are packaged in a BERKO gift box.
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Hungarian born FERENC BERKO (1916-2000) is one of the pioneers in Aspen s photographic legacy. To the once-small mountain town, BERKO brought his international recognition as a contributor to the history of twentieth-century photography. Berko's photos are in renowned collections including the International Center of Photography, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He is the author of two books: 60 Years of Photography: The Discovering Eye (Stemmle, 1991) and Berko: Photographs 1935-1951 (Graphis, 1999). Acclaimed for his Bauhaus-inspired abstractions, avant-garde nudes, and intuitive reportage work, BERKO is also honored for his contributions to abstract color photography. BERKO S photographs are an Aspen tradition: his museum-quality images of Aspen from 1948 onward animate local s favorite spaces with a sense of history and of artistic merit. From City Hall to The Aspen Institute, from The Little Nell Hotel to the Hotel Jerome, from the Red Onion Restaurant to the Aspen Ski Company establishments, BERKO S photographs are Aspen icons.
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