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Retromundo by Paolo Gasparini - Signed First Edition - 1986 - from RT Books and


by Paolo Gasparini

Condition: Near Mint/Near Mint

Original card cover 355 x 270 mm.
First edition, 1986.
Tremendous design by Alvaro Sotillo with different patterns to symbolize the ancient and the modern world.
Text in spanish.
Minor wear, in near mint condition.
Included in The Latin-American Photobook by Horacio Fernandez.
One of the finest 20th century photobooks from Latin-America!
Rare and collectible.
An excellent copy of one of the finest 20th-century photobooks from South America.
RARE: not in the British Library; COPAC locates no copies in the UK; WorldCat apparently lists just 3 copies in the USA and one in Germany.
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  • Bookseller: RT Books VE (VE)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 0002
  • Title: Retromundo
  • Author: Paolo Gasparini
  • Illustrator:Paolo Gasparini
  • Format/binding:Tiny folds in the cover
  • Book condition: Used - Near Mint
  • Jacket condition: Near Mint
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: First Edition
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • ISBN 10:9806028104
  • ISBN 13:9789806028104
  • Publisher: Editorial Arte
  • Place: Caracas, Venezuela
  • Date published: 1986
  • Keywords: Paolo Gasparini, Photobook, First edition, Alvaro Sotillo, Rare, Collectible, Signed,
  • Size: 35,5x27cm
  • Shipping Cost: $15-$30


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