A Family Named Spot: Photographs By Burk UzzlePhotography
Preface by Charlie Rose. Includes a short story by Allan Gurganus that was inspired by the photographs and originally appeared the in The New Yorker.
Published by Five Ties , New York, 2006. First Edition. Fine in dust jacket.
First monograph in a decade featuring the work of the noted American photographer Burk Uzzle, a former LIFE contract photographer and two-term president of Magnum Photos.
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