Ralph Gibson Nude Art Edition No. 101–200 Blinds


Limited to 100 numbered copies, signed by the artist, this Art Edition includes the gelatin silver print Untitled (Nude through Blinds, Palm Beach), 1981. Format 28 x 35.5 cm (11 x 14 in.)

A decade after his first TASCHEN book, Deus ex machina, master photographer Ralph Gibson returns with an exquisite collection of nudes, combining the best of his recent work with an in-depth interview by Eric Fischl. Strikingly graphic, meticulously composed, and loaded with subtle provocations, Gibson’s mysterious, dreamlike images pay homage to greats such as Man Ray and Edward Weston, while continually pursuing new frontiers.

Lovers and collectors of fine art photography will relish this rare opportunity to own a signed, numbered limited-edition volume, as well as the gelatin silver print of one of his nudes.

Also available in a second Art Edition with an alternative print
The photographer
Ralph Gibson began taking pictures while in the U.S. Navy in the 1950s, and later assisted Dorothea Lange and Robert Frank before establishing his own studio in New York. The recipient of NEA and Guggenheim grants, Gibson was made a Commandeur de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government in 2002.

The contributing author
Eric Fischl is an internationally renowned figurative painter and sculptor. Born in New York and educated in Arizona and California, he is currently based in the New York area with his wife, painter April Gornik.

Ralph Gibson. Nude, Art Edition No. 101–200 ‘Blinds’
Edition of 100
Ralph Gibson, Eric Fischl
Gelatin silver print, 28 x 35.5 cm, hardcover volume in clamshell box, 33 x 44 cm, 306 pages