COSTA, Salvador. Punk. (Barcelona): (Producciones Editoriales), (1977).
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(Barcelona): (Producciones Editoriales), (1977).
4to (297 × 212 mm), pp.96. 94 black-and-white photographs. Introduction by Jordi Vargas. Design by Pilar Rodellar. Black-and-white photo-illustrated perfect bound wrappers; lightly toned, handling creasing and marks to covers. ‘Real Free Press’ booksellers label to p.2. A very good copy.
First edition. In April 1977 Salvador Costa, a 29 year-old photographer from Barcelona, came to London to investigate the punk scene. He photographed bands at venues including the Roxy and the 100 Club, paying particular attention to the audience members and details of their clothes and accessories. On returning to Barcelona, Costa showed his photographs to Juan José Fernandez, editor-in-chief of Star magazine. Fernandez proposed that a book of the photographs be published in their Especial Star series which with the exception of one other title was devoted to comics. Punk was a success, resonating with the post-Franco Spanish youth, and was distributed throughout Spain and Europe in book and record shops.
Parr, M. and Badger, G., The Photobook: A History vol.III p.220; Photobooks: Spain 1905-1977 pp.242-247.
OCLC: Bibliotheek Universiteit van Amsterdam; Biblioteca Nacional de Espana; Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea; Biblioteca Universitat de Barcelona; Library of Congress, Washington DC; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
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