THIS LOT CONSISTS OF 3 HARRY CALLAHAN CATALOGUES: 38th Venice Biennial, 1978; Harry Callahan Photographs. An Exhibition from the Hallmark Photographic Collection, 1981; The Photography of Harry Callahan, 1941-1982, Seibu Art Museum, 1983 (shown).
38th Venice Biennial. Essay by Peter C. Callahan. Introduction by Robert T. Buck. Preface by Thomas M. Messer. Rizzoli International, New York, 1978. 79 pp. Quarto. Photo-illustrated wrappers. Text in English and Italian. 92 black-and-white and 10 color plates. The theme "From Nature to Art, from Art to Nature" led the International Exhibitions Committee to Callahan. The selection of his work includes the Eleanor series, trees and weeds, Cape Cod, and city buildings. A Fine copy with minor rubbing.
Harry Callahan Photographs. An Exhibition from the Hallmark Photographic Collection.. Introduction and essay by Keith F. Davis. Photographs and an autobiographical note by Harry Callahan. Hallmark Collections, Kansas City, 1981. 65 pp. Squarish quarto. Photo-illustrated wrappers. Printed in 200-line duotone in an edition of 4,500 copies. The Hallmark photographic collection is one of the country's largest corporate holdings of photographic art. Callahan's photographs form the foundation of this collection. A beautifully printed selection. A Fine copy with typical edge wear and rubbing.
The Photography of Harry Callahan, 1941-1982. Interview with Callahan by Shelley Rice. Seibu Art Museum, Japan, 1983. 107 pp. Square quarto. Photo-illustrated wrappers. Text in English and Japanese. Numerous black-and-white and color reproductions. A career spanning selection of Callahan's work including color work shot in Ireland, Portugal, Morocco, and Mexico. A Fine copy of a very scarce catalogue.