New York: August Press, 2000. Published in an edition of 2,000 copies. 7.75 x 10 inches. Original tan cloth, image mounted on cover. Without jacket as issued. Some toning to board edges, otherwise fine. Item #409628
"Celebrated for his imaginative use of the 19th century cyanotype process, Dugdale's blue images are distinct for their subtle and lyrical quality as well as their emotional resonance. In 1993 Dugdale lost 80 percent of his sight to an HIV-related illness, but has continued to pursue his art, as his creative vision has only grown stronger. This book bears witness to the photographs he created from the onset of his blindness to the present through Dugdale's photographs and words" (The Publisher). One of 2000 copies.