Mother's Days

Imogen Cunningham


Publisher/Little Bear Press

Format/ハードカバー   Pages/-   Size/210*255*15
“Mother's Days”, a collection of works by female photographer Imozine Cunningham representing the 20th century. He was born in Portland, USA in 1883 and learned photography and print techniques at the studio of Edward S. Curtis, one of the famous American photography pioneers of Native American works. -Became a member of the photo group "Group f / 64" established by Weston et al., Cunningham's creativity has been further refined. This book is a book composed of pictures of the days Cunningham spent with her, her husband, and her children. The publisher is Bruce Weber, the editor is Weber and his favorite partner, Nan Bush, and the design is Sam Shahid. Nan was impressed by seeing Cunningham's work in a New York gallery, and was inspired by his Christmas gift for Weber. Also included at the end of the book is a conversation between Weber and Cunningham's son.
<Related Artists> Bruce WeberEdward Weston
<Condition> Body: Small cover