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SIGNED BY JOSEF KOUDELKA

KOUDELKA, Josef. Gitans. La fin du voyage. Paris, 1975.

First edition, scarce French issue of Koudelka’s first photobook, the work that “sealed Koudelka’s reputation” (Parr & Badger), boldly signed by Koudelka on the title page, featuring 60 powerful black-and-white photogravure plates. $2800.

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“ONE OF THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY PHOTOGRAPHERS AND POWERFUL ARTISTS OF THE 20TH CENTURY”

KOUDELKA, Josef. Black Triangle. Prague, 1994.

First trade edition, Koudelka’s breathtaking vision of industrial devastation, boldly signed by him on the title page, above his characteristic asterisk, a distinctive volume of 76 leporello (accordion-fold) pages with 34 double-page panoramic duotone plates-“an exquisitely made book” (Parr & Badger II). $2800.

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SIGNED LIMITED FIRST EDITION WITH 18 EXHIBITION-SIZE HELIOGRAVURES

KOUDELKA, Josef. Animal. (Amiens, France, 1990).

Signed limited first edition of the fourth volume in the acclaimed Trois Cailloux “porte-folio” series, number 536 of 700 copies signed by Koudelka on the booklet limitation page, with 18 exhibition-size heliogravures, an exceptional collection by the “most potent and powerful photographer alive today” (British Journal of Photography). $1600.

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“ONE OF THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY PHOTOGRAPHERS AND POWERFUL ARTISTS OF THE 20TH CENTURY”

KOUDELKA, Josef. Gypsies. New York, 1975.

First edition in English of Koudelka’s first photobook, the work that “sealed Koudelka’s reputation” (Parr & Badger), featuring 60 powerful black-and-white photogravure plates. $1350.

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SIGNED BY JOSEF KOUDELKA

KOUDELKA, Josef. Josef Koudelka. Prague, 2002.

First edition of the FotoTorst retrospective of Koudelka’s work, boldly signed by him on the title page, featuring a very rare published interview with Koudelka and 82 duotones from works such as Gypsies (1975) and Chaos (1999). $950.

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