Ed Ruscha: Every Building on Sunset Strip
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Every Building on Sunset Strip. Photographs by Ed Ruscha. Published by the artist, 1971. Second edition of 5000 copies (originally published 1966 in an edition of 1000 copies. It is possible another 500 copies were published in 1969; however, records have been destroyed). Small octavo (7 x 5 5/8 in. closed; 299 1/2 in extended). Softbound accordion-fold of 53 1/2 panels. Black-and-white reproduction. Silver mylar covered slipcase.

"Richard Prince: I hear you're doing Every Building on the Sunset Strip again [published by Steidl as Then & Now]. What's there right now?

Ed Ruscha: I photograph it every year or so. Anytime I get up to the Strip I'm confronted by two things: How many buildings still do exist, and how much things have changed. But they will soon be doing plenty of Rambo-Vegas-style projects that will span Sunset Boulevard with skywalk bridges and mirrored escalator malls that will be cruel to the eyes. It's cancerous and ultimately fatal. I wish time would stand still."--excerpt from Ed Ruscha: the original master of California cool has never been hotter, an interview with Richard Prince, Interview magazine, July, 2005

Super crisp, bright copy; some rippling to one panel of mylar wrapper; a bit of wear to extremities of slipcase.
      Ed Ruscha: Every Building on Sunset Strip         Ed Ruscha: Every Building on Sunset Strip
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