4to, pp. 144 (including the many fold-outs); paper flaw to upper edge of pp. 120-8, with adhesion to one plate but else not affecting images; else a very good copy; white boards, green illustrated card folding box, some wear to edges.
US $69 €56
First edition, #1409 of an unspecified limited printing numbered by hand. Minimal landscapes – tulips, dykes, snow-bound fields – arranged in series. As in his earlier Planned Landscapes (1977), the polder landscape becomes the means to explore conceptual concerns.
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First edition, signed by Weber in black pen on the title-page.
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.