MAX PAM: Atlas Monographs - Limited Edition 2
MAX PAM: Atlas Monographs
LIMITED BOXED EDITION WITH FOUR TYPE-C PRINTS
Atlas Monographs is a compression of eight travel journals, beginning with Pam’s most recent work (Karakoram 2006) and shifting back through the decades to his first journals begun in 1970. The journals map, through text, photo and marks on paper his engagement with the cultures he has travelled through. Just as importantly, the journals provided the engine room for his development as a photographer, a writer and an artist.
Max Pam is one of Australia's most important contemporary photographers. Working as a professional since the early 1970s he is among a handful of Australians to make a substantial impact on the intensely competitive international photographic scene.
His success is based on a body of provocative and compellingly intimate images of people from all over the world. Over the last 30 or so years, he has not swayed with the vagaries of artistic fashion but has retained his commitment to the power of photography to produce a space of exchange between subject, viewer and photographer. By staying true to himself, he has developed one of the most coherent and stimulating bodies of work in world photography today.
The limited edition of Atlas Monographs includes:
Custom-made box case (47 x 37 x 6.5 cm/18 x 14 x 3 in).
Atlas Monographs, T&G Publishing, Sydney. 2009. Hardcover book with dust jacket. Over 300 colour and monotone photographs, 50 pages of illustration, 15,000 words of text, including index. Numbered and signed by the photographer.
A Certificate of Authenticity, signed and numbered with edition.
Four Type-C prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Flex (40.6 x 30.5 cm / 12 x 16 in) numbered and signed by the photographer of the Opera singer, Manila, 1982. The neckline of Ping, Manila, 1981. Ping, Manila, 1981. Two Chinese boys, Xian, 1986 (as illustrated below).
Cotton gloves to safeguard print while handling.
Type-C prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Flex, selected for both its exceptional ability to faithfully reproduce rich and intense colours and its high resistance to fading and yellowing. It is presented in an archivequality stable, inert 75-micron polyester sleeve that is guaranteed not to react chemically with contents.