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Izu, Kenro

Published by Friends Without a Border (1996)

ISBN 10: 0965357406 ISBN 13: 9780965357401

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Item Description: Friends Without a Border, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. Limited Edition. SIGNED AND DATED on the title page by Kenro Izu. paperback copy with some tanning to white wrapper. Previous owners name to front fee endpage. Interior clean and binding tight. A very scarce signed edition. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 17073

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Kenro Izu

Published by Arena Editions, Santa Fe (1998)

ISBN 10: 911198404X ISBN 13: 9789111984041

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Item Description: Arena Editions, Santa Fe, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. (Santa Fe). (1998). 4to. 1st edition. INSCRIBED by Izu. Light soiling and wear to edges of boards. Faint yellowing to margins of leaves. VG. INSCRIBED. Bookseller Inventory # 2899163

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Kenro Izu: Bhutan: The Sacred Within [SIGNED]: IZU, Kenro, URA,

IZU, Kenro, URA, Karma

Published by Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon (2008)

ISBN 10: 1590052250 ISBN 13: 9781590052259

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Item Description: Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. First edition, first printing. Signed in black ink on the half-title page by Izu. Hardcover. Fine burnt-orange cloth-covered boards with title stamped in black on cover and spine, with tipped-in duotone plate on the cover; no dust jacket as issued. Photographs and text by Kenro Izu. Essay by Karma Ura. Includes a list of plates and excerpts from Izu's travelogue. Unpaginated (96 pp.), with 70 duotone plates and 4 additional duotone illustrations beautifully printed in China on heavy matte stock paper. 16-3/4 x 13-3/4 inches.Published on the occasion of an exhibition at the Rubin Museum of Art, New York. Near Fine (small bump to boards at one corner, not affecting pages or plates, else Fine). From the publisher: "Kenro Izu has spent much of his career traveling the world, seeking the sacred and spiritual in landscapes and the people who inhabit them, and attempting to capture the moments in which he senses these qualities are revealed. The photographs in Bhutan: The Sacred Within reflect Izu's exploration of a country that he visited repeatedly over a period of six years (2002-2007) and in which he found 'a wealth of spiritual value.' The people of Bhutan are heirs to an unbroken tradition of Buddhist government and religion. The kingdom is known for its measurement of national success, not in terms of the Gross National Product but rather in the Gross National Happiness of its people, a concept based on the Buddhist idea that happiness is an individual and inner pursuit. The Bhutanese government sees it as its responsibility to create the right environment for its citizens to seek happiness. Combining an artist's vision with exquisite sensitivity to the historical craft of photography, Izu creates work that brings us closer to a country on the brink of modernity that seeks to maintain traditions." Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 111164

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Kenro Izu: Passage to Angkor [SIGNED]: IZU, Kenro, JESSUP,

IZU, Kenro, JESSUP, Helen Ibbitson

Published by Friends Without a Border, New York (2005)

ISBN 10: 0965357473 ISBN 13: 9780965357470

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Item Description: Friends Without a Border, New York, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First edition thus (originally published in 2003 by Channel Photographics), first printing. Signed and dated 2007 in black ink on the title page by Izu. Hardcover. Fine brown linen cloth with title stamped in gilt on front cover and spine, with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Photographs by Kenro Izu. Introduction and poems by Helen Ibbitson Jessup. Designed by Elsa Kendall. 116 pp., with 71 tritone plates, beautifully printed by Meridian Printing, Rhode Island. 9-3/4 x 12-3/8 inches. This first edition was limited to 2000 hardbound copies. Out of print. Scarce. Fine in Fine dust jacket. From the publisher: "Of his famous photograph of Kailash made in Tibet, in which the snowy peak is seen in otherworldly light, he recently said the image was a "gift from God." This combination of strenuous, physical intent to render the most difficult and far away places on film, combined with his near self-effacement before these sacred subjects, is the dominant motif we see, feel and intuit in Izu's powerful photographs. Of all the sacred sites that Izu has photographed since 1979, Angkor Wat is undoubtedly his spiritual and psychological base camp. While he has so often succeeded in representing the sacred and ancient landscape, Angkor Wat is the creative thread that weaves itself through all of his work. Angkor Wat is the touchstone-it supports Izu's output, and indeed holds it together like the geometrical matrix of the spider's web. For these reasons, Passage to Angkor, artfully re-examines this most important aspect of Izu's stunning career spanning the last quarter century, presenting Izu's most accomplished Angkor Wat photographs in a rarefied book form that is remarkable for it's physical beauty. Passage to Angkor will undoubtedly rank among the most important publications of these timeless and limitless photographs that depict one of the world's most mystical places. Passage to Angkor is accompanied by poems by Helen Ibbitson Jessup that were inspired by Izu's photographs. Passage to Angkor is also a traveling exhibition that opens December 4, 2003, at New York's Sepia Gallery. Author's proceeds will be donated to "Friends Without a Border", a charity founded in 1995 by Kenro Izu as a way of returning something to Cambodia for the many images he captured there." Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 111410

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Kenro Izu: Light Over Ancient Angkor, Platinum: IZU, Kenro, HOSOE,

IZU, Kenro, HOSOE, Eikoh, UMESAO, Tadao, JESSUP, Helen Ibbitson

Published by Friends Without A Border, New York (1997)

ISBN 10: 0965357422 ISBN 13: 9780965357425

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Item Description: Friends Without A Border, New York, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 2nd Edition. Second edition (originally published in 1996), first printing. Signed and dated 2007 in black ink on the title page by Izu. Hardcover. Photographically illustrated paper-covered boards; no dust jacket as issued. Photographs by Kenro Izu. Essays (in English and Japanese) by Eikoh Hosoe, Tadao Umesao and Helen Ibbitson Jessup. Includes a biography, selected solo exhibition history, selected collections, an essay on the platinum print process, an annotated map of 13th-century Angkor Monuments and informational text about the Angkor Clinic for Children and the Friends Without A Border organizations. Designed by Katsuji Asada. Unpaginated (96 pp.), with 65 tritone plates beautifully printed in Italy from separations by Sele Offset, Torino. 10 x 10 inches. Published on the occasion of the 1996 exhibition "Kenro Izu: Light Over Ancient Angkor" at the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts, sponsored by the Consulate of Cambodia in Japan. Fine (very light surface wear, visible only in raking light). The Friends Without A Border, founded by Kenro Izu in 1995, is a non-profit organization with the sole objective of saving the lives of Asian children. As stated in the book, "An estimated eight million land mines have been planted in Cambodia since the 1940s. Forty thousand civilians [many of them children] have been injured or killed.Also, due to insufficient medical facilities, there are victims of pediatric diseases which are obsolete in Japan and most Western countries. Friends Without A Border is building the Angkor Clinic for Children to provide much needed free aid to these injured and sick children." Izu raises money for the Angkor clinic through the sale of his photographs of the ancient Angkor monument, "which has profoundly touched his heart." Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 111412

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Kenro Izu: Still Life: Ollman, Arthur; Gere,

Ollman, Arthur; Gere, Richard (Introduction)

Published by Arena Editions, Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A. (1998)

ISBN 10: 1892041022 ISBN 13: 9781892041029

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Item Description: Arena Editions, Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A., 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. No Jacket. Izu, Kenro (illustrator). First Edition First Printing. A FIRST EDITION, First Printing, SIGNED with a gift inscription by Arthur Ollman ("To Joni, with thanks for your help on this during its somewhat messy birth"), who wrote the 10-page introductory "Essay" discussing the photographer, his love of Japanese gardens & flowers, & his artistic technique. Preceded by a 1-page "Introduction" by actor Richard Gere. The remainder of the book consists of 55 duotone plates, each featuring a different "Still Life" photographed by the artist, 1992-1996, printed on luxurious heavy, off-white matte stock. Oversized square hardcover has maroon cloth-covered boards, black lettering to spine, debossed author's name & pictorial pastedown on front cover (two very shallow dings here). Condition is Near Fine: looks, feels, & smells just about brand new! Only flaws are the aforementioned dings, slightly bumped corners, & rubbed area on outer-upper corner of back cover, which appears slightly whitish (photo 2). Completely clean, binding tight & square, pages creamy white. NO writing/underlining/highlighting. NOT ex-lib or remainder. NO DJ as issued by publisher. Please see our 5 photos--they show the EXACT book you will receive from us--never "stock" images! Description & photos copyright Gargoyle Books 2017. Same Day Shipping on all orders received weekdays by 2 pm (Pacific time); weekends & holidays ship next business day. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 009400

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Izu, Kenro (Artist/Photographer) & Greenberg, Howard (Contributor)

Published by Tucson, AZ: Nazraeli Press, 2010

ISBN 10: 1590052706 ISBN 13: 9781590052709

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Item Description: Tucson, AZ: Nazraeli Press, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. 1st Printing. Signed. 120 pages. Published in 2010. Retrospective collection of photographs. One of the most beautiful art photography books of our time. Limited Edition of 2000 copies. Published as a hardcover original only. The Limited Edition is now rare. An austerely elegant production by Kenro Izu and Chris Pichler: Oversize-volume format. Rust-brown cloth boards with photographic reproduction pasted on the recessed center and titles embossed on the cover and spine, as issued. Photographs by Kenro Izu. Introduction by Howard Greenberg. List of Plates, Biography, and Selected Exhibitions appended at the end. Printed on pristine-white, thick uncoated stock paper to the highest standards. The reproduction quality is exemplary in its clarity, warmth, and tonal range. Without DJ, as issued. Presents "Kenro Izu: A Thirty Year Retrospective". A stunning collection of the artist/photographer's most powerful work. "A chance viewing of the mammoth-plate photographs by the Victorian photographer Francis Frith led Izu to travel to Egypt in 1979 to photograph The Pyramids and other sacred monuments. Thus began the artist's renowned Series, 'Sacred Places', which includes work from holy sites in Syria, Jordan, England, Scotland, Mexico, Easter Island as well as Buddhist and Hindu sites in India, Cambodia, Burma, Vietnam, Indonesia, and China. The resulting Platinum Palladium prints are widely recognized as being among the most beautiful in the history of the medium" (Publisher's blurb). Izu prints possess both a visual sensuality and tactile sensuousness. Their surface qualities and rich tonalities allude to the hand-crafted beauty of earlier Movements in photography, a running theme of Kenro Izu's life-work. They demand contemplation and immersion from the viewer as they reveal the hidden nature of life's complex beauty. An absolute "must-have" title for Kenro Izu collectors. This copy is very prominently, neatly, and beautifully signed and dated in black ink-pen on the title page by the artist/photographer: "Kenro Izu 2013". It is signed directly on the page itself, not on a tipped-in page. This title is a contemporary art photography classic. As far as we know, this is the only such signed and dated copy of the Limited Edition available online and is in especially fine condition: Clean, crisp, and bright, a pristine beauty. Please note: Kenro Izu did NOT sign most copies of the Limited Edition. A rare signed copy thus. 100 duotone plates. One of the finest artist/photographers of our time. A fine collectible copy. (SEE ALSO OTHER KENRO IZU TITLE IN OUR CATALOG) ISBN 1590052706. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 20737

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Kenro Izu: Still Life [SIGNED]: IZU, Kenro, GERE,

IZU, Kenro, GERE, Richard, OLLMAN, Arthur

Published by Arena Editions, Santa Fe, New Mexico (1998)

ISBN 10: 1892041022 ISBN 13: 9781892041029

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Item Description: Arena Editions, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First edition, first and only printing. Signed and dated 2007 on the half-title page by Izu. Hardcover. Fine red cloth with tipped-in plate on the front cover and debossed title, no dust jacket as issued. Photographs by Kenro Izu. Introduction by Richard Gere. Essay by Arthur Ollman. Designed by Elsa Kendall. 120 pp. with 55 duotone plates, beautifully printed on Italian heavy fine matte art paper by EBS, Verona, Italy. 12-1/4 x 12-1/4 inches. Out of print. A scarce and highly sought-after monograph of Izu's work. Fine (slight rubbing to the tipped-in cover plate, else As New). From the publisher: "Master photographer Kenro Izu has for years been working with the platinum palladium process to create stunning floral and nude still lifes. Using large-format cameras, and contact printing images as large as 14 x 20 inches, Izu creates photographs that possess a rare sensuality and tactility. Their surface qualities and rich tonalities reference the hand-crafted beauty of earlier movements in photography, but these images are timeless - they beg contemplation and immersion from the viewer. This book, the first devoted to Izu's floral and nude still lifes, is certain to become a classic volume in contemporary photography." Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 111408

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Kenro Izu: Sacred Places [SIGNED]: IZU, Kenro, WORSWICK,

IZU, Kenro, WORSWICK, Clark

Published by Arena Editions, Santa Fe, New Mexico (2001)

ISBN 10: 1892041472 ISBN 13: 9781892041470

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Item Description: Arena Editions, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First edition, first and only printing. Signed in black ink and dated 2007 on the title page by Izu. Hardcover. Fine yellow cloth, with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Photographs by Kenro Izu. Essay by Clark Worswick. 188 pp., with 103 tritone plates, beautifully printed on fine matte art paper by EBS, Verona, Italy. 10-1/4 x 12-1/4 inches. Out of print. Fine in Fine dust jacket. From the publisher: "During the 1980s, Kenro Izu began making photographs of difficult-to-reach places. Invariably, for want of a better description, these were places that were possessed of "spirituality." Izu made "documents" of places of worship as diverse as Easter Island, Teotihuacán, Angkor Wat, Stonehenge, the monuments of the Chinese Silk Road, Palmyra, Mustang, Hampi, the caves of Ajanta, Borobudur, Pagan, and Lhasa. The work was painstakingly slow. Since creating those first images in the 1980s, Izu has continued his travels, making numerous journeys to these out-of-the-way places. Sacred Places, which follows the success of Still Life, Izu's first book with Arena Editions, represents the first major compilation of these magnificent travel images - images that truly defy simple description. Izu has single-handedly raised photography to a point that was lost somewhere in the nineteenth century. This work springs from the artist's careful scrutiny of the genre of the great nineteenth-century "exotic" photographs of Asia - the work that flourished from the banks of the Nile and Cairo to the quayside of Yokohama between 1859 and 1879." Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 111409

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Kenro Izu: Sacred Places, Limited Edition (with: IZU, Kenro, WORSWICK,

IZU, Kenro, WORSWICK, Clark

Published by Arena Editions, Santa Fe, New Mexico (2001)

ISBN 10: 1892041596 ISBN 13: 9781892041593

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Item Description: Arena Editions, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: No dust jacket as issued. 1st Edition. First edition, first and only printing. Limited edition of 100 numbered copies, signed by Izu, in a deluxe clamshell box, with an original 10 x 12 inch (image size is 6-1/2 x 9 inches) platinum print, a different version of "Pyramid of Sakkura, Egypt, 1985" which is reproduced in plate 21 in the book (print edition of 100 also numbered and signed by Izu).Hardcover. Fine yellow cloth, with dust jacket (dust jacket was not issued with the limited edition, but is included). Photographs by Kenro Izu. Essay by Clark Worswick. 188 pp. with 103 tritone plates, beautifully printed on fine matte art paper by EBS, Verona, Italy. 10-1/4 x 12-1/4 inches. Out of print. New in publisher's packaging. From the publisher: "During the 1980s, Kenro Izu began making photographs of difficult-to-reach places. Invariably, for want of a better description, these were places that were possessed of "spirituality." Izu made "documents" of places of worship as diverse as Easter Island, Teotihuacán, Angkor Wat, Stonehenge, the monuments of the Chinese Silk Road, Palmyra, Mustang, Hampi, the caves of Ajanta, Borobudur, Pagan, and Lhasa. The work was painstakingly slow. Since creating those first images in the 1980s, Izu has continued his travels, making numerous journeys to these out-of-the-way places.Sacred Places, which follows the success of Still Life, Izu's first book with Arena Editions, represents the first major compilation of these magnificent travel images - images that truly defy simple description. Izu has single-handedly raised photography to a point that was lost somewhere in the nineteenth century. This work springs from the artist's careful scrutiny of the genre of the great nineteenth-century "exotic" photographs of Asia - the work that flourished from the banks of the Nile and Cairo to the quayside of Yokohama between 1859 and 1879." Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 100557

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Kenro Izu: Passage to Angkor, Limited Edition: IZU, Kenro

IZU, Kenro

Published by Channel Photographics, Santa Fe, New Mexico (2003)

ISBN 10: 0974402931 ISBN 13: 9780974402932

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Item Description: Channel Photographics, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 2003. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. First edition, first and only printing. Deluxe limited edition of 50 numbered copies, signed in black ink on the title page by Izu, with an exquisite original 11 x 14 1/2 inch platinum print by Izu on Arches fine art paper (image size is 8-1/4 x 11-7/8 inches), of one of Izu's most popular images "Angkor Wat, 1994, Angkor No. 79," which is reproduced on the dust jacket front cover and on page 67 of the book. The print edition of 50 is also numbered and signed in pencil in lower margin by Izu. The book and print are presented in a high-quality custom-made clamshell box.Hardcover. Fine brown linen cloth with title stamped in gilt on front cover and spine, with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Photographs by Kenro Izu. Introduction and poems by Helen Ibbitson Jessup. Designed by Elsa Kendall. 116 pp., with 71 tritone plates, beautifully printed by Meridian Printing, Rhode Island. 9-3/4 x 12-3/8 inches. Out of print. Scarce. New (book, print and clamshell box all in pristine condition). From the publisher: "Of all the sacred sites that Izu has photographed since 1979, Angkor Wat is undoubtedly his spiritual and psychological base camp. While he has so often succeeded in representing the sacred and ancient landscape, Angkor Wat is the creative thread that weaves itself through all of his work. Angkor Wat is the touchstone-it supports Izu's output, and indeed holds it together like the geometrical matrix of the spider's web. For these reasons, Passage to Angkor, artfully re-examines this most important aspect of Izu's stunning career spanning the last quarter century, presenting Izu's most accomplished Angkor Wat photographs in a rarefied book form that is remarkable for it's physical beauty. Passage to Angkor will undoubtedly rank among the most important publications of these timeless and limitless photographs that depict one of the world's most mystical places.Passage to Angkor is accompanied by poems by Helen Ibbitson Jessup that were inspired by Izu's photographs. Passage to Angkor is also a traveling exhibition that opens December 4, 2003, at New York's Sepia Gallery. Author's proceeds will be donated to "Friends Without a Border", a charity founded in 1995 by Kenro Izu as a way of returning something to Cambodia for the many images he captured there." Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 101466

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IZU, Kenro

Published by Kenro Izu (2000)

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Item Description: Kenro Izu, 2000. Book Condition: Fine. An original, framed platinum print by Kenro Izu, "Kailash #76," Tibet, 2000. Inscribed to an important figure in contemporary photography and signed by Izu. This photograph is reproduced on page 6 and on the rear dust jacket panel of Izu's book Sacred Places (Arena). Image size 13 x 19 inches; framed under UV-protective, museum-quality glass by Gavin Collier & Co., Santa Fe, New Mexico. Fine. Print is in flawless condition. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 113028

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Six by Six (6 x 6).Subscription Series: ADAMS, Robert, BURTYNSKY,

ADAMS, Robert, BURTYNSKY, Edward, IZU, Kenro, OPIE, Catherine, RICKARD, Doug, SUDA, Issei

Published by Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon (2012)

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Item Description: Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. **IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a subscription for the whole series and sold as such, sets numbers 1-6. Number 6 will be out toward the end of 2016. Total cost is $25,200 for all six sets. Total cost until set number 6 is out is $21,000, the remainder of $4,200 will be paid when set number 6 is out. Seller would not sell separate sets.** 14 1/4 x 11 inches, cloth, Dust Jacket, This limited edition publication is only sold through subscription for a complete group of six sets scheduled for completion in 2014. The books in Set four includes; Robert Adams: Sally; Edward Burtynsky: Monegros (Dryland Farming); Kenro Izu: Blue; Catherine Opie: The Middle of Somewhere; Doug Rickard: A New American Picture; Issei Suda: Sparrow Island. First Edition, Limited edition: No. 87 of 100 copies numbered in pencil in the colophon. Six volumes each containing an 11 x 14 silver gelatin, chromogenic, or pigment print titled, numbered and signed by six photographers comprising this set. All volumes housed in cloth slipcase. Housed in original shipping carton edition. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 000065

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Nazraeli Press Six by Six (6 x: ADAMS, Robert, BURTYNSKY,

ADAMS, Robert, BURTYNSKY, Edward, IZU, Kenro, OPIE, Catherine, RICKARD, Doug, SUDA, Issei

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Item Description: Nazraeli Press, Portland, Oregon, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. IMPORTANT NOTE: These publications are only available in this complete limited edition subscription series (i.e., trade editions will not be printed). Individual titles or Sets will not be sold separately (all titles are only available through a Subscription for the full Series; no exceptions will be made to this policy).SUBSCRIPTION: An order for one Set requires purchase of all six Sets in the Series to be published over a seven-year period from 2010-2016. By subscribing to the Series, you are committing to purchase all six Sets over the seven-year period they will be released. Should you decide to cancel your subscription at any time, you must offer the Sets you purchased back to us for a full refund of the purchase price (assuming they are in Mint condition). Future Sets will be released approximately every 9-12 months (Set Six will be released in Spring 2016).PRICING & EDITION NUMBER: Please inquire for current pricing (promotional discounts do not apply). Subscribers will automatically receive subsequent Sets for the same price. Each Subscription order will be filled with the same edition number for all six sets. RETURN POLICY: If for any reason you become dissatisfied with the series (through the first three Sets of 18 titles) and would like to return it, we will purchase back your complete Series to-date through March 2012 (the first 3 of 6 Sets published), provided all Sets were purchased directly from us and are in As New condition.Please inquire for more information. Sets One through Five (items 107746, 108056, 109664, 109822, 110463) can ship immediately, or we can arrange a flexible plan that spreads out purchases of the Sets over time. New in publisher's packaging. ABOUT THE SERIES: Over a seven-year period, the Six by Six Series will include editions by some of the most important contemporary photographers working today (please contact us for additional information regarding artists planned for future Sets). First edition, first printing. Limited edition of 100 hand-numbered copies, and 36 artist's proofs, all of which will be given to the 36 participating "Six by Six" artists. Each Set (of six Sets) is comprised of six volumes, each with an original, signed and numbered print (Type-C print, gelatin silver print, platinum print or archival pigmented inkjet print) on 11 x 14-inch paper (image sizes vary) laid into the book in an archival protective clear polyester film (Mylar) sleeve. The six volumes and accompanying prints are contained in a custom black Japanese cloth-covered slipcase, with the series title debossed on one side.Each of the volumes shares the following format: Hardcover. Fine Japanese cloth-covered boards, with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Each book will be signed and numbered on a small printed paper, which will be tipped in a debossed area of the book's rear cover. Unpaginated, with approximately 24 black-and-white (a special viscous "Daido black" ink and varnish are used) or four-color offset plates (varies between 16 and 33 plates), exquisitely printed on Nazraeli's special exclusive heavyweight Japanese paper. 15 x 12 inches. [All six Sets will share this same design and format, and will be housed in matching slipcases.]SET FOUR: Volume One: Robert Adams: Sally. Includes an 11 x 14-inch gelatin silver print (image size: 6-1/2 x 8 inches). Photographs by Robert and Kersten Adams. Unpaginated (32 pp.), with 16 black-and-white plates plates. ISBN: 9781590053607. Volume Two: Edward Burtynsky: Monegros (Dryland Farming). Includes a 14 x 11-inch Type-C print (image size: 9 x 12 inches). Photographs by Edward Burtynsky. 32 pp., with 28 four-color plates. ISBN: 9781590053614. Volume Three: Kenro Izu: Blue. Includes a 14 x 11-inch pigmented inkjet print (image size: 9 x 12-7/8 inches). Photographs by Kenro Izu. Unpaginated (32 pp.), with 18 four-color plates. ISBN: 9781590053621. Volume Four: Catherine Opie: The Middle of Somewhere. Includes an 11 x 14-inch varnished pigmented inkjet pr. Bookseller Inventory # 109822

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