NY: Harmony Books, 1988. Hockney, David. First U.S. edition. Square 4to., 192 pp., fully illustrated with color and b&w photos, drawings and paintings. Fine, as new in color illustrated dust jacket and sealed in the publisher's shrink-wrap. Item #52185
From the jacket blurb "In these witty and erudite conversations with filmmaker and friend Paul Joyce, David Hockney recalls the beginning of his interest in photography...how he was influenced by Cubist painting, the use of perspective in oriental scrolls and Renaissance painting... he passionately and brilliantly discourses on photography - its history and future..."