New York: An Aperture Book, 1987. Early printing. Hardcover. 182pp. Oblong quarto [25 cm x 32 cm] Black cloth over boards with the title stamped in red on the backstrip. Near fine in a near fine dust jacket. Item #40821
In 1973 Lucas Samaras realized that the wet dyes of Polaroid prints were highly malleable, resulting in what he terms "Photo-Transformations." He often produced these images in his modest New York apartment that also served as his studio.