Spanning several decades, this collection of William Klein's work serves as a vivid reminder of his radical questioning of the prevailing photographic myths of objectivity and non-intervention. Eighty double-page photographs--all taken up close with a wide-angle lens--include images of Muhammad Ali winning in Zaire, President Mitterand in Paris, the Pope at Lourdes, Jesse Jackson in Atlanta, and many others. In his revealing and provocative text, Klein writes about himself, the subjects, and his photographs.

 

Hardbound

Pages: 176 

Size: 13 1/2 x 10 inches 

Publisher: Thames and Hudson

Publication Date: February 1990 

 

Available from the gallery for $100