Publisher: Santa Fe, New Mexico: Arena Editions, 2002
Edition: 1st Edition
Condition: Fine / Fine
Item #: 112932
First edition, first and only printing. Hardcover. Printed laminated paper-covered boards, with photographically illustrated dust jacket. Photographs by Garry Winogrand, made during his travels across America after receiving a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation fellowship (from the Garry Winogrand Archive, the Center for Creative Photography, the University of Arizona). Essay by Trudy Wilner Stack. 284 pp., with 165 duotone and 30 four-color plates (and 3 additional black and white and color reference illustrations), beautifully printed by EBS, Verona, Italy. 10-1/4 x 12-1/2 inches. This first and only edition was limited to 5000 hardbound copies.
Fine in Fine dust jacket.
From the publisher: "Winogrand: 1964 gives cohesive form to Garry Winogrand's America, in over 175 photographs made in a single year, the majority previously unpublished. Taken together, these unparalleled, newly researched images depict the country at a cultural crossroads, still a frontier nation - naïve and quirky - but increasingly linked by information and entertainment media. Winogrand travels the United States with his characteristic appetite for life - shooting on the beach, at state fairs and stock shows, tourist attractions and sporting events - creating what Tod Papageorge deemed 'the most accessible body of pictures he ever made.' A year after the assassination of JFK, Winogrand summons the national mood as the Vietnam War begins and the Civil Rights movement results in significant legislation. In the year of Dr. Strangelove and the New York World's Fair, Winogrand searches for meaning in his work and the world it reflects."