Catalog for an exposition at the Museé National de L'art Moderne (Ateliers de Photographie, Centre Georges Pompidou).
A single page with text follows the title page, quoting Jim Morrison and Claude Simon with French and English translations respectively. Remainder of book consists of black and white images only, without titles or commentary, photographed between 1970 and 1973 in the U.S. and in 1976 and 1977 in Paris ("photographié entre 1970 et 1973 aux usa / en 1976 et 1877 à paris.)
Modena, Italy: Punto e Virgola, 1978. Wraps. Small 4to. Black and white photographic wraps with some light soiling to back cover and mild edgewear. Small circular sticker from original distributor (Creatis) affixed to back cover. Includes 40 black and white photographs, a few printed on recto or verso only. Unpaginated.
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