Stretching the Limits of Photography: Naomi Savage
Hardbound with dust jacket, 244 pages, 283 color images
12 3/8 x 10 3/8 inches
Printed in an edition of 400
Printed on the occasion of Naomi Savage: Stretching the Limits of Photography at MAB. This book is the first ever comprehensive monograph on Savage’s work, with an in-depth essay by Francis M. Naumann.
Naomi Savage (1927-2005) was a highly innovative photographer, who regarded the darkroom as a laboratory where she could invent new and exciting techniques that began with photography but which expanded the capability of the medium to new and previously unexplored limits. She was the niece of Man Ray and studied with him for a brief period in Hollywood, California. Her work can be found in some of the most distinguished museums in the United States, including The Museum of Modern Art, New York, The Art Institute of Chicago, The Princeton University Art Museum, and The Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, Arizona.
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