Tuscon: Center for Creative Photography, 2003. 4to. 112 pages. Printed wrappers. A near-fine copy with a few small scuffs on covers. Item #405255
FIRST EDITION. "Heinecken's work with its wit, know-how, and focus on media materials, is as relevant now as when he made it. The Robert Heinecken Archive at the Center for Creative Photography, with its extensive collection of fine prints, papers, support materials and random objects, provides the inspiration for this reassessment. Robert Heinecken: A Material History positions Heinecken less as a fringe element of photographic practice and sensibility and more as a pioneer of the visual, helping to integrate alternative methods as part of the canon" (the publisher).