Louis Faurer Photography Exhibition Catalogue

A beautiful survey of images by the American photographer Louis Faurer (1916-2001). The book, written by Anne Wilkes Tucker, accompanied Faurer's 2002 retrospective exhibition at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

From the book jacket: "Louis Faurer was one of America's "quiet" photographers. Known for his raw, melancholy, and psychologically charged pictures of life on the street, and in particular for his evocative shots of 1940s and 1950s Times Square, New York, Faurer frequently drew on the film noir idiom to create memorable images [. . . ] Much of Faurer's best work, though, is of ordinary people, and he frequently haunted the streets of New York, finding poetry amid the crackle of the city".

Hardcover edition. 208 pages. Published by Merrell Publishers.

11.75 in. width
11.75 in. height
1 in. thickness

Condition notes:
In good condition. Surface scratches and bumping to corners, all consistent with the book's age and use.

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