Pauses.

Paris, Contrejour, 1983.

Folio, pp. 175, [17], with captions and a bio-bibliography at the end; buff cloth, lettered in olive-green; a fine copy in a fine dustjacket.

£350

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First edition, with a short essay by Boubat. Humanity is central to Boubat’s joyful street photography, which has echoes of Cartier-Bresson and Doisneau; ‘Each photo is my first photo’, his introduction baldly states.

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