|Publisher||THAMES AND HUDSON|
THAMES and HUDSON, INC. , 1982. FIRST EDITION. Large format, approximately 8-1/2" X 12" . Very good condition with original dust jacket. The book is complete and the pages are clean with no underlining or writing; The cover boards and spine covering are in excellent condition with only light shelf-wear; The dust jacket is now protected by a clear plastic outer-sleeve, but has a 1-1/2" tear on the front-top-left corner, a 5/8" tear on the front-bottom-right-corner and otherwise light shelf-wear. Translated from the French by Carolyn Breakspear. "I paint what cannot be photographed, I photograph the things that I don't want to paint. I would photograph an idea rather than an object and a dream rather than an idea." This book was prepared in conjunction with a sensational exhibition at the Pompidou Centre in Paris in 1981. Introduction by Jean-Hubert Martin who organized the exhibition. Contains 347 duotone plates. Much sought after art book. 256 pages.