SIGNED – Emmet Gowin: Aerial Photographs, 1995, 1st, 36 p, LN-pb

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Signed – Emmet Gowin: Aerial Photographs  by Emmet Gowin.  The Art Museum, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A. 1995.  7.50×9.25x.0.25.  36p.  First Edition.  Distinctively SIGNED “Emmet Gowin” in fine point black marker on title page.  Softbound stapled book with gray textured dustwrapper with title lettering in white in Like New Collectible condition – no marks, no writing, clean and bright.  Front/rear book covers are bright white, clean, unmarked, pristine, as are all interior pages.  Eleven plates.

Emmet Gowin is an internationally renowned photographer known for his pioneering works of haunting aerial photographs which create awareness of the global impact of pivot irrigation, natural resource mining and military weapons testing on the environment. Retired from teaching for 25 years at Princeton University, he is a recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and his works are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, J. Paul Getty Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the Tokyo Museum of Art, and many other institutions worldwide.

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SIGNED – EMMET GOWIN: AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS by Emmet Gowin. The Art Museum, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A. 1995. 7.50×9.25x.0.25. 36pp. First Edition. Distinctively SIGNED "Emmet Gowin" in fine point black marker on title page. Softbound stapled book with gray textured dust wrapper with title lettering in white in Like New Collectible condition – no marks, no writing, clean and bright. Front/rear book covers are bright white, clean, unmarked, pristine, as are all interior pages. Eleven plates. Emmet Gowin is an internationally renowned photographer known for his pioneering works of haunting aerial photographs which create awareness of the global impact of pivot irrigation, natural resource mining and military weapons testing on the environment. Retired from teaching for 25 years at Princeton University, he is a recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and his works are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, J. Paul Getty Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the Tokyo Museum of Art, and many other institutions worldwide. Scarce SIGNED Collectible issue. FREE Shipping and Insurance.