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Tuesday, July 13, 2004


Galassi, Peter, et al. Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Man, The Image and the World—A Retrospective. Thames, $75.

Library Journal: “the most complete study available of photographic reproductions…the best general introduction to the photographer’s work…recommended for academic and larger public libraries.” Choice: "The definitive source for future studies. Highly recommended." Publishers Weekly: “a comprehensive and stunning retrospective.” Afterimage: “Includes some images which have never been published before. The features that totally differentiate this book from Henri Cartier-Bresson Photographer, the other HCB ‘bible’ in size and content, are chapters dedicated to Cartier-Bresson’s drawings and films, a very extensive bibliography including articles and reviews, a list of his shows, even a family album including photographs of he who would not let people photography him. All this makes the book a must in any public or personal library.”


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