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Tel Aviv Museum, Israel - first edition, 1984. Softcover, 10¼" x 10¼", with fold-in covers. Minor soiling at spine (handling?). Book in VERY GOOD condition. Sixty-four black and white photographs, with commentary by the artist, Foreword by Marc Scheps, Turner biography at rear. Judith Turner's photographs converge upon a point at which two arts meet, the art of architecture and the art of photography - she can best be described as'an artist whose photography concentrates on architecture'. As she works, she isolates a single detail in the building on which she 'constructs' the photograph, while attempting to epitomize the central points and convey them through the single detail.