Issue 16 of this oversized photography magazine, this issue a monograph of 17 photographs by Diane Arbus taken between 1956 and 1968. Published without accompanying text, as requested by Arbus's estate.
Exhibition catalog with an essay by Sara Arrhenius exploring and establishing thematic links — a fascination with transgression and crime scenes, loosely designated — between the otherwise unrelated photographers.
Monograph on the Czech outsider photographer Miroslav Tichy, who took thousands of clandestine photographs of women in his hometown of Kjov using homemade cameras fashioned from cardboard and other diverse materials.
First printing, with photographic images of human hands by various artists, variously considered as aesthetic objects, anatomical curiosities, and symbols, published to accompany an exhibition held at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York.