The Photographs of Lucas Samaras, 1969-1986.
Essay by Ben Lifson.
176 pp., 114 color and 23 black-and-white photographs, 12¼x9½".
This survey of Samaras' most provocative and influential images was chosen by the artist himself as representative of his best work. These photographs are selected from every phase of his photographic career, and include the now-famous Polaroid self-portraits: manipulated and composite images with which Samaras broke ground as a conceptual artist and defined a new visual vocabulary. An analysis by critic and writer Ben Lifson completes this survey of Samaras' accomplishments over two decades. "This is the definitive compilation of Samaras's work in Polaroid photography."--the publisher.
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