Bernard Plossu: Fotografia.

Photographs by Bernard Plossu. Text by Juan Manuel Bonet and Josep Vicent Monzó.
IVAM Inst. Valenciano Arte Moderno, Valencia, 1997. 275 pp., 200 duotone and color illustrations, 11½x10½".

French New Mexican photogapher Bernard Plossu says, "In photography, you do not capture time, you evoke it. It flows like fine sand, ceaselessly, and changing landscapes do not change it." This fine monograph, published as a companion to Valenica's IVAM Centre's major retrospective, presents a very convincing argument for Plossu's statement. These images are infused with an ambiguous sense of time and presence, whether portraying street scenes in Madrid or the New Mexican desert. The illustrations are richly toned, and beautifully rendered, including numerous color drawings and Fresson types (an early color process revived by Plossu.)

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