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SIGNED iFirst edition, first printing. Signed in black ink on the half-title page by Burke, with his personal red 'Actual Signature' and black 'Bîhn Foto' stamps added. Hardcover. Fine dark blue cloth, with title stamped in gilt on spine, with dust jacket. Photographs and Afterword by Bill Burke. Essay by Bernard Fall. Letter by Prince Sirik Matak. 184 pp., with 98 tritone (some quadratone) plates (with variations of tinted varnish applied to each image), beautifully printed by Steidl, Göttingen, Germany. 10 5/8 x 13 5/8 inches. This first edition was limited to 2500 hardbound copies to be distributed in North America. CONDITION: New in publisher's shrink-wrap (opened only for signature); some slight toning at edges of dust jacket due to age, endemic to the title. Since the early 1980s, Bill Burke has photographed extensively in Southeast Asia, focusing primarily in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. Burke's haunting and layered examination of the landscape and people is informed by the collective political and social conscience galvanized by the United States' lengthy occupation and annihilation of these regions before, during, and after the Vietnam War. His lifelong desire to connect personally and viscerally to the people he meets sets his work in an altogether separate category from most artists who photograph outside their circumscribed "experience." Neither overtly political nor proscriptive, Burke's work instead recognizes the personal is indeed political.
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SIGNED First edition, first printing. Signed in black ink on the half-title page by Burke, with his personal red 'Actual Signature' and black 'Bîhn Foto' stamps added. Hardcover. Fine dark blue cloth, with title stamped in gilt on spine, with dust jacket. Photographs and Afterword by Bill Burke. Essay by Bernard Fall. Letter by Prince Sirik Matak. 184 pp., with 98 tritone (some quadratone) plates (with variations of tinted varnish applied to each image), beautifully printed by Steidl, Göttingen, Germany. 10 5/8 x 13 5/8 inches. This first edition was limited to 2500 hardbound copies to be distributed in North America. CONDITION: New in publisher's shrink-wrap (opened only for signature); some slight toning at edges of dust jacket due to age, endemic to the title. Since the early 1980s, Bill Burke has photographed extensively in Southeast Asia, focusing primarily in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. Burke's haunting and layered examination of the landscape and people is informed by the collective political and social conscience galvanized by the United States' lengthy occupation and annihilation of these regions before, during, and after the Vietnam War. His lifelong desire to connect personally and viscerally to the people he meets sets his work in an altogether separate category from most artists who photograph outside their circumscribed "experience." Neither overtly political nor proscriptive, Burke's work instead recognizes the personal is indeed political.
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First edition. SIGNED. Fine in a Fine dust jacket, protected in Mylar. No marks. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Photographs by Bill Burke; essay by Bernard Fall; letter from Prince Sirik Matak. 184 pages; 98 plates; 10 x 13.5 inches. From an edition limited to 2500 copies. SIGNED BY BURKE with his "Actual Signature" stamp. In Autrefois, Maison Privee--the title means "once a private house," and refers to the prevalent appropriation of once private houses for municipal and government uses--Burke captures the dramatic history of SE Asia, from the influence of French colonialism through the rise of communism and the devastating effects of the Vietnam War, to the repopulation of Cambodia after the fall of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rough and the opening of the area to capitalism. Included on Vince Aletti's list of Best Photo Books of 2004.
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LIMITED EDITION (with Print) 2004/2010. Special slipcased limited edition of 25 copies, with an original sepia-toned gelatin silver print ("Woman and Elephant, Phnom Penh, 1994"), in an edition of 25 plus 1 artist's proof/AP. [The photograph is reproduced as the first plate of the book.] The print's paper size and image size is 12 7/8 x 10 inches, and was printed in 2010 from the original negative. Each print is hand-titled, signed and dated recto in the lower edge of the image area in permanent archival black ink by Burke, and numbered verso in pencil by Burke with his personal black 'Bînh Fótò' stamp added. The book is signed by Burke and numbered (edition number corresponding with the print) in black ink inside a 'Special Edition' stamp designed by Burke for this edition, on the half-title page. The book is also stamped with Burke's personal red 'Actual Signature' and black 'Bînh Fótò' stamps on the half-title page. The print is enclosed in a clear archival Mylar sleeve and laid in the book, which is housed in a hand-made slipcase covered in black Italian Canapetta cloth. EDITION PRICE: Price to increase as edition sells out. About the book: First edition, first printing. Hardcover. Fine dark blue cloth, with title stamped in gilt on spine, with dust jacket. Photographs and Afterword by Bill Burke. Essay by Bernard Fall. Letter by Prince Sirik Matak. 184 pp., with 98 tritone (some quadratone) plates (with variations of tinted varnish applied to each image), beautifully printed by Steidl, Göttingen, Germany. 10 5/8 x 13 5/8 inches. This first edition was limited to 2500 hardbound copies to be distributed in North America. CONDITION: New. The print, book (opened only for signature) and slipcase are in flawless condition.
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