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Chuck Close: Daguerreotypes

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"A Couple of Ways of Doing Something" replicates a deluxe limited-edition portfolio whose initial run was only 75 copies. This clothbound edition preserves the luxurious sensibility of the original with 22 extraordinary oversized daguerreotypes printed in rich tritone. Working with daguerreotype master Jerry Spagnoli to conquer the complexities of this venerable process, w ...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published December 31st 2002 by A. Cetti Serbelloni
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Oct 31, 2007 Aaron the Pink Donut rated it really liked it
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A great book. Chuck Close explores this medium with amazing dexterity. Very beautiful and mysterious. If you like his early large format hyper realist portraits you will really like this book.
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Chuck Close is a renowned American painter, printmaker, and photographer. His 1998 traveling retrospective, organized by the Museum of Modern Art in New York, confirmed his place in the pantheon of major contemporary artists. His paintings, prints, and photographs, represented by PaceWildenstein in New York, are widely exhibited and collected."
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