The Journal of Contemporary Photography, Volume III

The Journal , Volume III,

Volume III entitled The Clandestine Mind, is devoted entirely to the lyrical work of John Dugdale. This master photographer’s elegant male nudes and still lifes, printed in rich blue inks to match the original tones of his cyanotypes, are complemented by a short prayer for Dugdale by Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Olen Butler; a poem by prize-winning poet Morri Creech; and an essay by John Wood.

The Journal is available in 3 Editions:
Trade Edition
Edition: 750,NT$60,000 (USD 2,000)
11 x 13 inches

Deluxe Edition
The Deluxe Editions contain original hand-pulled photogravures and color planographs (waterless lithographs) that illuminate the essays and commentaries found in each book. The Deluxe Editions are bound in Moroccan goatskin, Japanese silks and Italian fabrics, and are cased in a matching basswood portfolio box. They are fully signed on the limitation page by the artists included in each volume.
Edition of 100 signed and numbered copies, price NT$220,000 (USD 6,500)

Museum Edition
The Museum Editions consist of a Deluxe Edition book plus a portfolio that includes an additional set of unbound, individually signed photogravures and planographs, allowing the collector the opportunity to frame and display all the fine prints included in each volume.
Edition of 50 signed and numbered copies, price NT$660,000 (USD 22,000)

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