PERU by EDWARD GRAZDA
Grazda made several trips to Peru in the 1970’s. The pictures he made during those years portray specific aspects and moments of Peruvian life, with beauty and humility. In their fold-out format, many of the page spreads in these two publications present one image and two perspectives. As in Robert Frank’s Peru book from 1948, the order of these photographs doesn’t narrate a fixed story but instead suggests a sensitive and attentive impression of the country and its people.
Photographs: Ed Grazda
Edition: 108 copies
2 Risograph books | Singer Sewn
29 B&W fold outs photographs
Size (closed): 8.2inches x 10.6 inches
Printed in New York City, June, 2019
Edward Grazda is the author of Mean Streets (powerHouse Books, 2017), A Last Glance (powerHouse Books, 2015), Afghanistan Diary 1992-2000 (powerHouse Books, 2000), and Afghanistan 1980-1989 (DerAlltag, 1990). His work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the New York Public Library, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and MoMA, New York among others. He has received grants from The New York Foundation for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. In 2009, with Jeff Ladd and Valerie Sonnenthal, Ed founded “Errata Editions” a publishing company dedicated to making important and rare photobooks accessible with its Books on Books series.
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