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GIBSON, Ralph.

Nude.

Interview by Eric Fischl.

Cologne: Taschen, 2009 Stock Code: 139499
£2,000.00
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Subtle provocation signed by Gibson

First edition, number 73 of 200 copies issued with a gelatin silver print signed by the artist, from a total edition of 1,200 copies. The prints were each editioned to 100, and the print with this book is titled Chicago Nude.

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Description

Folio. Original dark blue silk boards with inlaid photographic image and titles in black. Together with a photographic print signed by Gibson in a separate folder. All housed in a dark blue silk slipcase with titles in black. With the original printed cardboard packing box.

Illustrations

Illustrated throughout with full page photographic images by Gibson.

Condition

All in fine condition.

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