Paul Strand: The World on My Doorstep. Memoir by Catherine Duncan; Essay by Ute Eskildsen; Commentaries by James Aldridge, Basil Davidson, Naomi Rosenblum, Claude Roy, and Cesare Zavattini. From 1950 to 1976 Paul Strand embarked on a series of photographic journeys through France, Italy, the Hebrides, Egypt, Morocco, Romania, and Ghana. This volume is devoted to those photographs, made by Strand in the last twentysiX years of his remarkable career. Included is an intimate biographical portrait by Catherine Duncan and an essay by Ute Eskildsen, Victoria and Albert Museum, London. 110 blackandwhite tritone photographs, 9 9/16 X 11 3/8, 142 pages. paperback;
"As in all great art, the photographs of Paul Strand transctheir own immediacy, a feat of eloquence that makes their presence enduring."