Uta Barth. Edited by Russell Ferguson. Essay by Elizabeth A.T. Smith. The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (MoCA) and St. Ann's Press, West Hollywood, 2002. 54 pp. Small quarto. Limited edition of 100 signed and numbered copies. Hardbound. No jacket as issued. Plain, paper over board slipcase. Photo-illustrated endpapers. 38 color reproductions.
"Uta Barth is an artist whose evocative, abstract photographs explore the nature of vision and the difference between how a human sees reality and how a camera records it. In contrast to documentary and confessional modes of photography, Barth intentionally depicts mundane or incidental objects in nondescript surroundings in order to focus attention on the fundamental act of looking and the process of perception."--the MacArthur Foundation; Barth received a 2012 "genius" grant.
A bit of wear to upper corner.