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Shoreline: The Camera at Water's Edge

Pedersen, B. Martin [Edt.]

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ISBN 10: 082306462X / ISBN 13: 9780823064625
Published by Graphis Press Corp, Zürich, 1995
Condition: As New Hardcover
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Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 96 pp, Introduction by Mark Strand; More than 85 Plates in full color and b&w; index of photographers. First Edition, 1995. "39 photographers from around the world focus on a single theme, 'shorelines', and in so doing, express the expanse of interpretation, its symbolic vastness: 'an infinity of associations, at sea in our thoughts 'that matriclinous flux, that original fluency from which life originated.the alpha of existence' that 'something [that] urges us away from the constraints of culture, something [that] wants us to recover the anarchic. In its ebb and flow the shoreline has paradoxically become the edge of the self'" from the introduction. Not Price Clipped. Pristine, no wear. Clean, tight and strong binding with no underlining, highlighting or marginalia. Black cloth with blind-stamped silver lettering to spine, and pictorial endpapers. Size: Oblong Folio. Bookseller Inventory # 003218

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Title: Shoreline: The Camera at Water's Edge

Publisher: Graphis Press Corp, Zürich

Publication Date: 1995

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:As New

Dust Jacket Condition: As New

Edition: First Edition.

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To create this exceptional volume, important photographers from around the world were invited to submit work in which the theme "shorelines" is expressed. Forget the obvious. Here, the human imagination takes hold and the reader's idea of a shoreline, or what constitutes a shoreline, will never be the same. For photographer Maria Muller, the shoreline is no more mysterious than the swimming pool's edge, water contained in a giant concrete bowl. Pete Stone photographs the antithesis: an empty pool, with the raging ocean beyond.
The shoreline as seen from boats, from rustic old fishing cabins and even with panoramic camers are all presented here in vibrant color and strong black and white photography.
For all of these unorthodox interpretations of the shoreline, be reassured that the romantic notion of the shoreline, where the infinity of the water touches the reality of the land, is still held in high regard by many of these photographers. A quick look at the work of photographer Harry De Zitter will confirm the importance of this photographic view.

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