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    Sultan and Mandel's Legendary Photography Book, Signed by Both Photographers

    Larry Sultan and Mike Mandel. Evidence. Afterword by Robert F. Forth. [Greenbrae, California: Clatworthy Colorvues, 1977]. First edition. Oblong quarto. Publisher's navy blue cloth with gilt titles. Dust-soiling and two small brown stains to the binding. Foxing to text edges. Otherwise, a near fine copy. Auer 607; Hasselblad 314; Roth 240. Profusely illustrated with reproductions of photographs collected by Sultan and Mandel from various public and corporate picture collections. The work was a major influence on postmodern ideas about fine art photography publishing. Rarely found signed by both Sultan and Mandel.

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    October, 2012
    4th-5th Thursday-Friday
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