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Publisher: Los Angeles and Göttingen, Germany: The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) and Steidl Verlag, 2004
Edition: 1st Edition
Condition: New / No dust jacket as issued
Item #: 101888
First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Black laminated cloth-covered boards with title and graphics printed in white on cover and spine. Photographs by Robbert Flick. Essays by David L. Ulin, Tim B. Wride and Michael Dear. Foreword by Andrea L. Dear. Includes an exhibition checklist and chronology. Designed by Gerhard Steidl. 320 pp., with 61 black and white plates and 41 four-color plates (30 of which span two pages; 11 are full-bleed plates) and numerous additional color and black and white illustrations, beautifully printed on heavy matte paper. 13-3/16 x 10 inches.
Published on the occasion of the 2004 exhibition Trajectories: The Photographic Work of Robbert Flick, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
New in publisher's shrink-wrap.
From the publisher: "Robbert Flick's work extends the same visual, philosophical, and theoretically fertile arena explored by Robert Heinecken. While Heinecken emphasized the manner in which images function at the intersection of popular culture and the fine arts, Flick has concentrated on the conceptual and receptive properties of photography -- specifically landscape photography. The distinctive visual and conceptual strength of Flick's work has been evident from his very early essay-format images of the 1960s. Finding a new strength in the evocative diptychs he began in the late 1970s, his investigations led him to begin using grid-format sequential views in order to provide multiple views of images that are visually related but physically separate. The opportunities offered by digital applications allowed him to extend his participation in the critical discourse established around the interpretation, evaluation, and assessment of visual constructs related to the landscape. Trajectories traces this important artist's career from the 1970s to the present, examining his development and charting the conceptual and philosophical impact of contemporary culture on landscape, cultural geography, and technology. Constructed chronologically, the book reveals the cumulative authority of the artist's creative process and the fluidity of his conceptual dynamic."