Published: Published by Aperture Foundation, Inc, New York (1982)
Hardcover;Not issued with a dust jacket but in slipcase (does not included the print)
64 pages, 61 four-color plates
10 x 11-1/2 inche
#North American Books #Photobooks #First Edition #Signed #Out of Print #Color
A rare as New limited edition of one of the most important books in the history of color photography.[Cited in Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, The Photobook: A History, Volume II. (London and New York: Phaidon, 2006).] Out of print. Extremely scarce. New in the original publisher's packing and shipping box (from the artist's archive). From the publisher: "A native New Yorker, Stephen Shore won critical acclaim and a one-man exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art when he was twenty-three. Previously, he photographed the milieu and personalities of Andy Warhol's Factory, the temple of underground art in the sixties. By the time he made his first cross-country trip in 1972, he was photographing exclusively in color. Stephen Shore: Uncommon Places is a selection of forty-nine photographs taken between 1973 and 1981." Signed by Author.