Crossings. Alex Webb, Tom Miller, text.
Crossings
Crossings
Crossings
Crossings
Crossings
Crossings

Crossings. Photographs from the U.S.-Mexico Border

New York: Monacelli Press, 2003. Large quarto, publisher's russet cloth, spine gilt, upper board blindstamped, map endpapers, original photo-illustrated dust jacket.

"Look again, though, and you’ll see why so many of the twelve million people in both countries who call the border home appreciate its nuance, its paradox, even its political fusion. Substitute 'frontier' for 'border' and you’ll begin to understand." Collection of photos taken at the US-Mexico Border between 1979-2001 by renowned photographer Alex Webb. Through this compassionate collection that spans three decades of photos, Webb sets out to create a more holistic narrative of an area and its communities that are so heavily disputed in present-day conversation. Illustrated with dozens black-and-white and color plates; with an essay by director of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego Tom Miller. Fine in unclipped dust jacket. Item #3621

$225.00

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