Ediciones Cúbicas, 1989. Hardcover. Unpaginated, circa 76 pages. 23,5 x 18,5 cm. Used. VG · Minor signs of wear to corners and spine (as shown) Scarce early and first edition "book" by García Alix, a prominent Spanish photographer, left an indelible mark on the visual landscape of the 80s. His work during this era is characterized by a raw and intimate exploration of life, often centered around the countercultural movements and subcultures of the time. Alix's lens captures here special women, anonymous or not: Olvido (Alaska), Rossy de Palma, Inés Sastre... Through black and white photography, Alix offers a distinctive perspective that transcends conventional boundaries the evolving notions of identity and sexuality. His images, marked by a sense of urgency and authenticity, reveal the grittiness and vulnerability of the human experience. This portrait photography book includes a 1990/91 calendar with a phone notebook in the last pages.
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