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A leading photographer, bestselling author and prize-winning designer lend their visions and voices to this unique collaboration.

When renowned photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto visited the Pulitzer Museum, his purpose was to take pictures of the architecturally significant building. His attention was diverted to a large metal sculpture in the courtyard: Richard Serra's Joe. A

Hardcover, 96 pages
Published August 1st 2006 by Prestel Publishing (first published July 27th 2006)
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Jennifer Cho
Jan 16, 2008 Jennifer Cho rated it it was amazing
Touching short story. The photographs paired with the writing in this book are pretty abstract, but evocative.

JSF lives in Park Slope with his wife and kid! Who wants to stalk with me?
Jan 11, 2008 annakatrina rated it really liked it
Shelves: contemporary, art
richard serra + hiroshi sugimoto + jonathan safran foer. the beauty of it is almost too much for me--like too formulaic, in a weird way. (ie. one of my favorite sculptors, photographed by one of my favorite photographers, with text by one of my favorite authors. see what i mean? too much.)
Jan 13, 2008 Kim marked it as to-read
does anyone happen to own this?? i'd really, really like to see it... would be willing to pay for the shipping to borrow it and send it back (with a grand surprise)!
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Sparse mixed media presentation allowing reader to interact and create simultaneously.
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If I win the lottery one day.
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“We'll drive backwards
in what will become your new car
to the beach where we first slept side by side.
The green waves will go back into the ocean,
yellow and blue.
You'll pull up my underwear.
I'll button your shirt.
We'll dress and dress and dress.
Then we'll step into our footprints
and erase our trail.”
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