Manuel Alvarez Bravo: Photopoetry
Artist(s): Manuel Alvarez Bravo
Author(s): John Banville, Jean-Claude Lemagny & Carlos Fuentes
Year published: 2008
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
Total Pages: 336
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This major retrospective documents and celebrates the work of Manuel Alvarez Bravo, the most significant force in Mexican photography and one of the foremost practitioners of visual arts in the 20th century. Over 360 sumptuous tritone photographs, arranged in broadly chronological order, mark Alvarez Bravoâs remarkable 80-year career. Strikingly poetic and richly resonant, the collection includes iconic images as well as undiscovered masterpieces, with over a dozen previously unpublished photographs. Complete with a chronology incorporating exhibition history, a bibliography and a preface by Alvarez Bravoâs widow Colette Alvarez Urbajtel, this is the definitive monograph of a true master of modern photography.
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