The Somnambulist. Lustrum Press, New York, 1970. Unpaged. Quarto. Second edition. Stiff illustrated wrappers. Black-and-white reproductions.
Fair; short horizontal split and bumping at spine with text block slightly affected; moderate edge wear; internally clean and bright.
Déjà-Vu. Lustrum Press, New York, 1973. Unpaged. Quarto. Stiff wrappers. SIGNED on title page. Black-and-white reproductions.
Near Fine-; page edges 'dinged'; very slight edge wear; crease to lower corner of front panel (4")
Days at Sea. Lustrum Press, New York, 1974. Unpaged. Quarto.Inscribed and signed on verso of title page, 'To ____/(Stay Pure)' Stiff wrappers. Black-and-white reproductions.
Near Fine-; base of spine bumped; lower corners curled with slight de-lamination of paper.
Rubbing and edge wear to wrappers; small price sticker on rear panel; otherwise Near Fine; edge wear and rubbing to wrappers; slight corner bump.
Published by Gibson's own Lustrum Press, this lot includes all three books in the trilogy that established Gibson a major figure in contemporary photography. They also established Lustrum Press as the most important small publisher of photography books during that time. Gibson's early work includes fragmentary details from the world, which turn the human figure into structure and details of structures into pure line and form. All produced by Rapoport Printing.