Folio, unpaginated; black & white gravure plates, some with additional half-tone colours; dark blue cloth; a fine copy in a near fine dustjacket.
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First edition, signed on the title-page, Weber’s breakthrough publication, his signature style already well in evidence. Slick, in all senses of the word.
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Under a Grudging Sun. Photographs from Haiti Libéré 1986-1988.
First edition, signed by Webb on the half-title – photographs of unrest in Haiti.
An Exhibition by Bruce Weber at Fahey/Klein Gallery, Los Angeles, California, May, Nineteen Ninety-One, and at Parco Exposure Gallery, Tokyo, November, Nineteen Ninety-One. Text by William Burroughs.
First edition, signed ‘Bruce xx’ on the title-page, with an introduction by Burroughs and an autobiographical note by Weber; designed by Dimitri Levas. A fine representative selection, the covers plastered with the all-American male body for which Weber is famous, but the contents much more diverse and personal.