Paul Strand, one of the great photographers of the 20th century, traveled around the world building up an impressive body of work. American House, Ghost Town, Colorado, 1931, is a hand-pulled dust-grain photogravure that bears the authorizing seal of the Paul Strand Archive. It’s also accompanied by an original text by Anthony Montoya, director of the Paul Strand Archive. This work is masterfully produced here through a highly refined photomechanical process by Aperture, a nonprofit organization committed to the advancement of photography.
"American House, Ghost Town, Colorado, 1931." Hand-pulled dust-grain photogravure. Limited edition of 150. Ships flat in an archival paper folder. Image dimensions: W 5.94” H 4.63”. Overall dimensions: W 19” H 15”.
Aperture is contributing 30% of all proceeds from the sale of this print to the United Way Hurricane Sandy Recovery Fund, which addresses the needs of communities most affected by the disaster.
Proceeds also help benefit artists, maintain the quality of Aperture’s publications and programming, and support the organization’s mission to connect the photo community with its audiences, in print, in person, and online.