Kafka's Grave and other stories
Photographs by Paul Ickovic
Foreword by David Mamet.
Okapi Editions, New York and Nairobi, 1986
Hardcover, 17 x 14 inches. Thirty-eight photographs rendered as tritones, printed by dry trap at The Stinehour Press under the supervision of Stephen Stinehour. Winner of AIGA 50 Books for 1986.
Signed by Paul Ickovic.
Born in Kettering, England, Paul Ickovic emigrated with his family to the United States via Czechoslovakia and Colombia at age thirteen. Assistant of Henri Cartier-Bresson, friend of Josef Kudelka, his influences are those of the great documentary and street photographers, but the daring and heart in his photographs is his alone. A pilot, printer and musician, he is the author of In Transit, Kafka's Grave, Safe Conduct, Gorgeous Infidelities, and a children's book, Nicholas and The Magic Box. His photographs are held in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Minneapolis Art Museum, The Smithsonian and the New York Public Library. He is represented by Panopticon Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts.
When he is not travelling, Paul lives on Long Island, New York.
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Kafka's Grave will ship directly from the photographer and can be inscribed upon request.