THIS LOT CONSISTS OF THREE BOOKS BY KEITH CARTER: From Uncertain to Blue, 1988; Mojo, 1992 (shown); and The Blue Man, 1990.
Mojo. Photographs by Keith Carter. Introduction by Rosellen Brown. Squarish quarto. Hardbound with photo-illustrated boards and dust jacket. 55 duotones. Rice University Press, Houston, 1992. 124 pp. Photographer Keith Carter has traveled throughout Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas--wherever the mojo is strong--documenting in his own inimitable style everything from dogs to trees to river baptisms, revealing the power of the mysticism which resides beneath the surface of everyday life. Fine in Fine dust jacket.
The Blue Man. Photographs by Keith Carter. Afterword by Anne W. Tucker and Keith Carter. Folio. Clothbound with dust jacket. 72 duotone illustrations. Rice University Press, Houston, 1990. 144 pp. "Keith Carter's luminous, poetic photographs are moving documents of people and places where time seems to have stopped. They tell the story of hard lives lived with simple dignity outside the frantic movement and gaudy neon of the big city."--the publisher. Fine in Fine dust jacket.
From Uncertain to Blue. Photographs by Keith Carter. Introduction by Horton Foote. Quarto. Clothbound with dust jacket. 80 black-and-white duotone plates. Texas Monthly Press, Austin, 1988, 173 pp. Photographs of Texas, some of which first appeared in Texas Monthly magazine, most of which have been exhibited extensively. Carter blends humor with irony, using absolute photographic precision to examine the essence of small town living.
Fine in Fine dust jacket.
Note: Signed copies of this book are available from photo-eye as cat# #TM005)