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The Black & white men

Spada, James, images, foreword by Nick Johnson

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ISBN 10: 0967990823 / ISBN 13: 9780967990828
Editorial: Pond Street Press 200, Natick, MA
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96p., 9.25x9.25 inches, introduction, photographic monograph of 60 b&w photos of nude, muscular black and white men, very good first edition in cloth and dj. N° de ref. de la librería 119609

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Título: The Black & white men

Editorial: Pond Street Press 200, Natick, MA

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Dust Jacket Included

Edición: 1st Edition

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Sixty fine-art male nudes, printed in duotone on glossy coated stock, in a 9"x9" hardcover format. This book was nominated for a Lambda Literary Award as the best visual arts book of 2000 and was named one of the three best gay books of the year by the Independent Publisher's Association.

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In his foreword to the book, Nick Johnson, the curator of the prestigious Gallery One at the New England School of Photography, where Spada recently had a one-man exhibition of these photographs, has written: "James Spada is a gifted artist whose images are both beautiful and moving. Much of his work is reminiscent of classical painting and sculpture, particularly Michelangelo’s statue of David. In these photographs one sees an idealized male form, muscles rippling, skin as smooth as marble, beautifully rendered through a masterful use of light and photographic technique. While Spada’s control of these formal qualities would alone set him apart from most photographers working with this subject matter, his images contain other elements that rarely find their way into male nudes and which give them their uniquely dimensional quality. The sensual eroticism that these photographs convey emerges not only from the innate grace of Spada’s subjects but from the way he see! s these men as an integral part of the light that describes them."

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