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Atlas monographs / Max Pam ; essay by Stephen Muecke
Bib ID 4406538
Format BookBook [tex, volume]
Author
Pam, Max, 1949- photographer
 
Edition First edition 
Description Sydney : T&G Publishing, 2009 
1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly illustrations, maps, portraits ; 30 cm 
ISBN 9780977579044
Summary

"ATLAS MONOGRAPHS is a compression of nine travel journals, beginning with Pam's most recent work (Karakoram 2006) and shifting back through the decades to his first journals begun in 1970. The journals map, through text, photo and marks on paper his engagement with the cultures he has travelled through. Just as importantly, the journals provided the engine room for his development as a photographer and a writer and an artist."--Provided by publisher.

Full contents
  • Zanzibar January 2005
  • The Chinese diaspora 1976 & 2004
  • South India January 2003
  • Yemen March 1993
  • Madagascar June-July 2003
  • South China Sea 1977 & 1998
  • Karakoram December 1986 & July 2006
  • Journals 1 and 2 1970 & 1982
  • Inventory of cameras used 1970 & 2006
  • Index of photography.
 
Notes

Includes index.

Also published in two limited boxed editions, which include Atlas Monographs, hardcover with dust jacket, numbered and signed by the photographer; a certificate of authenticity; in a custom-made box case (47 x 37 x 6.5 cm); and either one black and white print or four colour prints. Edition 1, issued in an edition of 150, consists of one hand-printed silver gelatin print (40.6 x 30.5 cm), numbered and signed by the photographer of Waterfront, Dar-es-Salaam, 1996. Edition 2, issued in an edition of 50, consists of four Type-C prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Flex (41 x 31 cm), numbered and signed by the photographer. The prints are: Opera singer, Manila, 1982. The neckline of Ping, Manila, 1981. Ping, Manila, 1981. Two Chinese boys, Xian, 1986.

National Library's SR copy is the limited boxed edition 2, no. 42/50.

Subjects Pam, Max, 1949- -- Travel.  |  Travel photography.  |  Photography, Artistic.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Muecke, Stephen, 1951- writer of added text
Also Titled

Max Pam : atlas monographs.

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