BARBARA CRANE: PHOTOGRAPHS, 1948-1980.; Imagination, Phototechnics, and Chance: The Work of Barbara Crane by Estelle Jussim. Recollections by Paul Vanderbilt. Estelle CRANE Jussim, essays Paul Vanderbilt.
BARBARA CRANE: PHOTOGRAPHS, 1948-1980.; Imagination, Phototechnics, and Chance: The Work of Barbara Crane by Estelle Jussim. Recollections by Paul Vanderbilt.

BARBARA CRANE: PHOTOGRAPHS, 1948-1980.; Imagination, Phototechnics, and Chance: The Work of Barbara Crane by Estelle Jussim. Recollections by Paul Vanderbilt.

Tucson: Center for Creative Photography/University of Arizona, 1981. Crane, Barbara. First edition. Oblong 8vo., x, 124 pp., chiefly illustrated from b&w and color photographs with Pictorial stiff wrappers. SIGNED by the photographer on the half-title page. A near fine copy. Item #52294

Barbara Crane (born 1928) has worked with the photographic image as a multiple throughout her career. That is to say, her photographs are comprised from multiple images printed from more than one negative via overlays, combinations, sequenced and serially, all to expand the possibilities of the space beyond the frame. She has taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and and numerous other places of her long career.

Published upon the occasion of the exhibition first held at the Chicago Center for Contemporary Photography, Columbia College, Chicago, April 17 - May 30, 1981.

Price: $75.00

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