Pages made of latex, rubber, colored gels, and other erotic materials. Magnum photographer Susan Meiselas's documentary photographs of.
The club's highly formalized rules and rituals. Its role-playing'vacations from reality,' reveal both the customers who frequent the club and the women who command them. Meiselas has had one-woman Exhibitions in Paris, Madrid, Amsterdam, London, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York.
Her work is included in American and international collections. Honorary awards of recognition include: the. For outstanding courage and reporting.By the Overseas Press Club for her work in Nicaragua (1979); the. Engelhard Award from the Institute of Contemporary Art. For her coverage of Latin America (1994); the. Prize (1994) and most recently, the.
Susan Meiselas received her B. From Sarah Lawrence College and her M. In visual education from Harvard University. Her first major photographic essay focused on the lives of women doing a striptease at New England country fairs. She photographed the carnivals during three consecutive summers while teaching photography in the New York public schools.Was published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux in 1976. A selection was installed at the Whitney Museum of Art in June 2000. The original book was revised and reprinted by the Whitney Museum and Steidl Verlag in 2003. In 1976 and has worked as a freelance photographer since then. She is best known for. Her coverage of the insurrection in Nicaragua. Documentation of human rights issues in Latin America. Which were published widely throughout the world. In 1981, Pantheon published her second monograph. Nicaragua: June 1978 July 1979. Which was reprinted by Aperture , Fall 2008. (Magnum Editions/Trebruk) which explores a New York S&M club, has been exhibited both at home and abroad.
This First Edition (stated) Signed and Numbered copy of. Is offered in AS NEW condition and has no damage declarations. Has been carefully stored in a clean air environment; a smoke-free and humidity controlled fresh air storage. The book was printed in an edition of 1,650 copies , of which this is number 559. The signature and number are on a page in the center of the book.
Measures 8 x 12 inches (20.32 x 30.48 cm) and was. Printed by Butler and Tanner, London. There are 92 unpaginated full-bleed pages, with 64 four-color plates. Some of the pages bound into the book are made from latex, rubber, or Mylar-like materials. The HARDCOVER book is presented with colorfully illustrated paper boards, without dust jacket, as issued.
The photography is by Susan Meiselas / Magnum Photo. There are two original interviews with Mistress Raven and Richard August 2001. The letters on pages 81 and 85 are unedited transcripts. This signature is quite rare as the artist rarely signs her monographs, as custom. All sales must be final given the high value of this title.If "sealed" then cannot return as unsealed. Photograph or save box if claiming transit issues. The item "Pandora's Box Photography by Susan Meiselas, SIGNED, First Edition, As New" is in sale since Monday, October 22, 2018.
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