Ezra Stoller, Photographer

Ezra Stoller, Photographer

Author: Nina Rappaport

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300172379

Page: 283

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A long-awaited survey of the full range of Stoller's stunning photography

A long-awaited survey of the full range of Stoller's stunning photography



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