The Hasselblad Award 1998.
Gothenburg and Zurich…: Hasselblad Center and Scalo, (1999).
4to (232 x 232 mm), pp.. Colour photographs. Foreword by Gunilla Knape, texts by Walter Hopps and Thomas Weski, conversation with William Eggleston by Ute Eskildsen. Black endpapers. Black leatherette-covered boards, colour photographic reproduction affixed to debossed panel on front, titled in gilt and blind; light surface scratch to covers. Near-fine.
First edition. 'Long before snapshot aesthetics became fashionable William Eggleston started to take pictures of his hometown Memphis, Tennessee. He discovered new and unexpected forms of beauty in the seemingly mundane surroundings of everyday life.'