Poetic, vivid and even mysterious, this book contains the portraits which Eggleston has taken of the inhabitants of Memphis, his hometown, since the 1950s: friends, family, musicians, artists, etc. This volume, which goes with an exhibition being held at the National Portrait Gallery of London, is the first retrospective devoted exclusively to the portraits of Eggleston, one of the most influential American photographs. It includes both famous photographs and ones that have never been seen before, shaping a unique perspective on his prolific career. The book also includes interviews with Eggleston and his family, and a prologue by film director Sofia Coppola.
- Publishing House