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Peter Schlesinger: A Photographic Memory 1968-1989

"The world was a much more open place when Peter started taking photographs, and his subject’s fame was not so much a given, but it is part of the group’s heritage," Hilton Als writes in A Photographic Memory 1968-1989, just out from Damiani and featured in this weekend's T Magazine. "Peter’s subjects wear their privilege lightly and Peter photographs it lightly, without judgment, because he was a young man when these pictures were made, and you can’t be an artist and young without being something of a romantic. I wonder if he thought during those years that the times he photographed would elapse and evolve into other times, and I wonder, too, if he knew that one day some of the people he loved would no longer be here, making him and the world a different place, too." Featured photograph is captioned, "Amanda Lear on my terrace, London, 1973."

Peter Schlesinger: A Photographic Memory 1968-1989

Peter Schlesinger: A Photographic Memory 1968-1989

DAMIANI
Clth, 9.75 x 11.25 in. / 176 pages / illustrated throughout.

$50.00  free shipping





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