(Edouard Boubat) (Pauses)
Paris: Contrejour, 1983 French edition
Condition: Good, Shelfwear,Rubbed edges, 5mm torn on top of spine of dust jacket. There are a few traces of ink on a few pages.(See the photos.) Slightly edges are yellowed by aging. Contact us for more details. Text in French.
Shipped from Germany. No,return.
A selection of 121 of the photographer’s, haunting and mesmirising black and white photographs taken between 1947 and 1983. The essence of Boubat’s spirit is summed up in his own words: “Just as love at first sight erases everything and creates a kind of void, so I must confess that, when I take a picture, I have no desire, no intention, no memory. What I am photographing has taken control of me, it is a leap in the dark. It’s over in a second. This vacancy allows the fleeting instant to break through, the instant in which everything is plunged into one unique light.”