American photographer Nicholas Nixon (born 1947) is best known for The Brown Sisters, his ongoing series of annual portraits of his wife Bebe and her three sisters. But Nixon's wider oeuvre has been less well documented. Long overdue, this is the first publication to focus on the broader swath of Nixon's more than 40-year career. In a published statement about photography written in 1975, Nixon remarked, "The world is infinitely more interesting than any of my opinions about it." To present the world as he sees it – in fascinating, precise and often startling detail – Nixon has consistently used unwieldy large-format cameras, with negatives measuring 8 x 10 inches or 11 x 14 inches. Published by Fraenkel Gallery (San Francisco).
180 pages, 24 x 27 cm, hardback, Fraenkel Gallery (San Francisco).