SCHLES, Ken. A New History of Photography. Cologne: White Press, (2008).

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A New History of Photography. The World Outside and the Pictures In Our Heads.
Cologne: White Press, (2008).

4to (275 × 203 mm), pp.xii, 174. 106 black-and-white and colour photographs. Cream endpapers. Half-oatmeal cloth, paper covered boards, spine lettered in grey, front lettered in blind. Signed by Schles in black ink on imprint page. Photo-illustrated dust-jacket. Fine.

First edition of 350. ‘Schles examines the photographic work he’s made over the last 25 years and recognizes within it a slew of antecendents and influences. The book exists then not only as a personal record of accomplishment, but also stands as a vivid retelling of the history of photography - a retelling that explores how the ideas of the many get sifted and reconfigured into individual perception in a dynamic and ongoing basis.’


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