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#5 from an editon of 40

Special limited edition of 40 signed and numbered copies, plus 5 artist'ss copies, with ten bound-in vintage gelatin silver prints, printed on thesis-weight paper by Friedlander, housed in a black cloth-covered slipcase. Each print is signed in pencil on recto. Copyright stamp in black ink on verso.
Images 9-3/4 x 14-3/4 inches, whether horizontal or vertical; sheets 14 x 17 inches.
Binding by George Wieck. Half pink leather and corners, with textured paper cutout (black); gold stamped lettering. Designed by Catherine Mills, San Francisco.
Unpaginated (44 pp.). 14-5/8 x 17-1/2 inches.

From the publisher (in 1991): 
"Over the last fifteen years, Friedlander has been working with a number of models to create his own way of seeing and photographing the female nude. Little of this work has ever appeared. The photographs are both highly intimate and coolly detached. The frequently surprising perspectives are balanced by the mundane backdrops of ordinary life, the real domestic interiors of the models. He appears to have taken a primary theme of Western art and re-invented it."