Publisher: Amsterdam: Menno van de Koppel, 2000
Edition: 1st Edition
Condition: Fine / No dust jacket as issued
Item #: 108554
1996/2000. Second edition (originally published 1996 in an edition of 1,000 copies), first printing. This second edition is stamp-numbered 1,001-2,500 on the front cover (this copy being #2077). Soft cover. Sage green cloth-covered flexible boards with title stamped in gold on spine and copy number stamped in black on a debossed gold panel on cover; no dust jacket as issued. Photographs and text by Jacqueline Hassink. Essays by Henri Peretz and Raoul Bunschoten. Designed by Melle Hammer, Plus X. 148 pp., with 21 four-color plates and additional black and white illustrations. 5-1/8 x 3-3/4 inches. Out of print. Scarce.
This second edition was published on the occasion of the 2000 exhibition "Jacqueline Hassink: The Table of Power" at The Gallery of Photography, Dublin.
Fine. A Mint copy.
From the Gallery of Photography: "Dutch artist Jacqueline Hassink explores the upper echelons of corporate culture. Her photographs of the boardroom tables of multinational companies bring us into the heart of those spaces where nameless and faceless individuals make decisions that affect us all. Using the 'Fortune 500' list, Hassink approached Europe's top forty companies. Only 21 allowed a photograph to be taken of their boardroom. Those that denied access are included as black photographs, prompting us to pose the question: what have they got to hide? Accompanied by the artist's notes made during the process of negotiation, the exhibition combines the rigour of investigative photojournalism with the conceptual flair of fine art practice. The formal clarity of the work lets the viewer's own experience of 'tables of power' -- the family dining table, the teacher's desk -- inform the work."