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“IN A NUTSHELL, SISKIND COULD BE SAID TO REPRESENT THE ABSTRACT STRAIN OF 1950S ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY” (PARR & BADGER)

SISKIND, Aaron. Homage to Franz Kline. Pepperell, Massachusetts, 1989. Signed limited first edition, number five of only 40 portfolios issued (total of 54 copies including four artist’s proofs), with six striking exhibition-size photogravures printed from the original negatives in tribute to Siskind’s close friend Franz Kline, each plate loose as issued and signed below the image by Siskind, who “could be said to have influenced Kline as much as Kline influenced him” (New York Times), in original portfolio. $6000.

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SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION OF THAT WAS THEN

(SISKIND, Aaron) GARDNER, Isabella. That Was Then. Brockport, New York, 1979.

Signed limited first edition, number VIII of only ten copies, out of a total edition of 1200 copies, signed by Isabella Gardner on the limitation page and Aaron Siskind below the frontispiece and including an autograph poem handwritten by Isabella Gardner and an original print of a black-and-white photograph signed and dated “New York 69 1976” by Siskind. $1500.

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SIGNED BY AARON SISKIND

(SISKIND, Aaron) CHIARENZA, Carl. Pleasures and Terrors. Boston, 1982.

First edition, illustrated with 74 duotone and 198 halftone plates, signed by Siskind on the flyleaf. Additionally inscribed on the title page by James Enyeart, who wrote the Foreword, and Arthur Thornhill, chairman of Little, Brown. $700.

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