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Safety Harbor: Privately Printed, 1978. Volume I. Over 50 magnificent black & white photographs. Portraits of such celebrities as Muhammad Ali, Art Buchwald, Howard Cosell, John Glenn, Olivia de Havilland, Edward Kennedy, George Mc Govern, Nelson Rockefeller, and others. Slim square folio, black cloth. Florida: (1978). Limited to one of only 150 copies.
Huntington: Huntington Museum of Art, 2001. Illustrated throughout in color and black & white. 99pp. Slim 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers. Huntington, WV: Huntington Museum of Art, (2001). A near fine copy. With text by Alan B. Gould, Dan Angel, Margaret A. Skove, Jean Edward Smith, William H. Gerdts, Wendell D. Garrett, Frederick S. Voss, and David B. Dearinger.
Cologne: Taschen, 2011. Profusely illustrated with Stern's iconic photographs, much in color. 276 pages. Folio, pictorial silk with printed mylar wrapper; protected in cloth box; somewhat soiled. Koln: Taschen, 2011. Limited "Collector's" edition - number 1689 of 1962 copies, signed by Bert Stern. A fine copy in a fine dust wrapper and very good box. From the publisher, "Taschen has paired Mailer's original text (his 1973 biography Marilyn) with Bert Stern's extraordinary photographs - widely considered the most intimate ever.....
London: David Stewart and Browns, 2001. Illustrated with humorous full-page color portraits of senior citizens. Slim 4to, white patterned cloth. London: David Stewart and Browns, 2001. First edition, limited to 2000 copies. Surprisingly scarce despite the high limitation. Lacking slipcase, otherwise a near fine copy.
New York: Robert Miller Gallery, 1999. Illustrated in color. 4to, white paper wrappers (slightly warped), white dust wrapper covered in glassine. New York: Robert Miller Gallery, 1999. A very good(+) copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper. Exhibition catalog for the 1999 show at the Robert Miller Gallery.
Stuttgart: Hansjorg Mayer, 1995. Includes an essay by Thomas Kellein, an interview with the artist, a biography and selected bibliography. Illustrated with 74 of Sugimoto's beautifully printed photographs. 112pp. Oblong, 4to, black cloth, d.w. Stuttgart: Edition Hansjorg Mayer; distributed by Thames & Dudson, (1995). First edition. Front cover (wrapper and boards) has a small very shallow dent; rear panel of wrapper has some scratches, but still a near fine copy. Includes examples from all of Sugimoto's series: Wax Museums, Interior.....
Warsaw: Shalom Foundation. Text in English and Polish. Illustrated throughout with sepia photographs. 232 pages, folio, black cloth (slight sunning to bottom edge of covers), dust wrapper. Warsaw: Shalom Foundation, No date. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. A scarce and beautifully illustrated book.
New York: National Academy of Design, 1988. 30 full pages color plates plus many black & white illustrations. Introduction by Annamaria Petrioli Tofani. Text by Caterina Caneva and Antonio Natali. 108 pages. Slim 4to, black cloth, d.w. New York: National Academy of Design, (1988). First edition. A near fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper. Printed on the ocasion of the exhibition.
Washington D.C. International Exhibitions Foundation, 1974. Color frontispiece and b/w illustrations throughout. 247pp. Slim 4to, printed wrappers. Washington D.C.: International Exhibitions Foundation, (1974). Wrappers a bit stained and edgeworn, still a very good copy. Introduction and catalogue by Ann C. Van Devanter and Alfred V. Frankenstein, with the assistance of Shirley S. Simpson. Organized and circulated by the International Exhibitions Foundation, 1974.