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Back in Print! Philip-Lorca diCorcia's inventively staged and exquisitely crafted color photographs occupy a special place in contemporary art. Operating in the gap between postmodern fiction and documentary fact, between slick convention and fresh perception, they deliver a powerful emotional charge. The 55 color plates in this book, dating from 1978 to 1994, trace the ev ...more
Hardcover, 79 pages
Published May 2nd 2003 by Museum of Modern Art
(first published October 15th 1995)
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I checked this book out on the recommendation from a photographer/instructor. What's striking about the images is that they do not initially look staged. The lighting alone is beautiful. I particularly enjoy looking at these photographs closely, especially because they are deliberately considered and composed.