This volume presents a collection of Martine Francke's photographs - her own favourites - grouped within themes of childhood, the theatre, the Orient, old age, portraits, museums and landscapes. In creating her pictures, which range from portraits of Michel Foucault and Marc Chagall, Franck sees the camera as "a frontier...that one is constantly breaking down so as to get closer to the subject". The foreword includes a faxed conversation between Franck and John Berger, the author and art critic.
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Buchbeschreibung Published by Thames and Hudson, London, 1998. , 168 pages, foreword by John Berger, illustrated in black and white throughout, complete, SIGNED and dedicated by the author on the half title page First Edition , a nice clean and bright copy, book in near fine condition , dust-jacket in protective plastic sleeve, in near fine condition , fine grey cloth with publisher's logo to front, titles to spine 28 x 23 cm Hardback SIGNED by the author ISBN: 0500542279. Artikel-Nr. 64288