This authoritative monograph reassesses the work and legacy of the great British photographer. It presents the best of Tony Ray-Jones' photographs, reproduced from revealing new prints, and illuminates his life and artistic development with a selection of original documents and artifacts. Edited and introduced by Russell Roberts, Senior Curator at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in the UK, this volume concludes with a conversation between two people whose careers were profoundly influenced by Ray-Jones and his work--the photographer Martin Parr and the writer and teacher Bill Jay.
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Russell Roberts is Curator of Photographs at the National Museum of Photography, Film &Television in England. A widely respected photo historian, he is author of the authoritative work about William Henry Fox Talbot, Specimens & Marvels (Aperture, 2000). Previous work includes Memory & The Archive in 1995, and In Visible Light: Photography and Classification in Art, Science and the Everyday for MoMA, Oxford, in 1997.
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Descripción Cornerhouse Publications, Manchester, England, 1990. First edition. Hardcover. 108 pages. Introduction by Richard Ehrlich. A terrific collection of 70 images with 8 in color from the British photographer Tony Ray-Jones who died at the age of 30. A tight near fine copy in an about very good dust jacket that is lightly soiled and with tear to the top of front panel at the spine. Uncommon. Nº de ref. de la librería 146429
Descripción Cornerhouse Publications, Manchester, 1990. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: near fine. Quarto.108pp. 70 full page plates, mostly b&w plus text illustrations. Very light soiling and some wrinkling to top of spine of white dustjacket. Nº de ref. de la librería 9828
Descripción Cornerhouse Publications, 1990. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Fine. 1st Edition. First edition. Book condition: Fine almost like new. Jacket condition: Near fine, slight creasing on top corner as illustrated. A clean bright fresh feeling copy of this out of print title. Cornerhouse Publications, Manchester, 1990. Hardcover. 108pp. 70 full page plates, mostly b&w plus text illustrations. 'At the time of his death from leukaemia in 1972, aged 30, Tony Ray-Jones had already made an indelible mark on photography. He created a body of work of the English at leisure that influenced a generation of photographers. This authoritative monograph, produced in association with the National Museum of Photography and accompanying its major new touring exhibition, introduces the best of his photographs - many previously unpublished and beautifully reproduced from revealing new prints - with original documents and artefacts from the museum's Ray-Jones archive.'. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE-18110370716