Francesca Woodman
Phaidon Press, 2006

This is a book on the American photographer Francesca Woodman (1958–1981), an artist who has attracted a devoted worldwide following, despite a career of less than a decade, cut short by her tragically early death at the age of 23. With over 250 photographs, this is a comprehensive monograph on Woodman.

Original research by Dr. Chris Townsend relates Woodman's work to its American and European influences, from post-minimal sculptors such as Richard Serrato American 'gothic' photographers such as Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Included are extracts and facsimile pages from Woodman'sjournals, illuminating her thought processes and giving a unique insight into her methods of working.

29 × 25 cm
256 pages, 30 colour illustrations, 230 black & white illustrations
ISBN: 0714844306

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