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Zebrato: Limited Edition Monographs by Michael Levin

Zebrato -- Michael Levin
In conjunction with the photo-eye Gallery show of Michael Levin's Continuum (on view from December 16th - February 4th), we are pleased to announce Zebrato: Limited Edition Monographs.

In 2008, Dewi Lewis Publishing (UK) released Zebrato, a monograph of 46 duotone plates drawn from Levin's on-going photography catalogue. Printed by Editoriale Bortolazzi in Verona, Italy, PDN magazine selected Zebrato as a "Top Photography Book of 2009." The book earned many favorable reviews and juried awards and sold out in its first printing. Now in its second printing, two limited editions of Zebrato have also been released.

Each limited edition publication is hand-bound by Jace Graf of Cloverleaf Editions in Austin, Texas. 

Zebrato: Deluxe Edition with archival pigment print
Deluxe Edition
  • Cover made from dark grey Japanese bookcloth
  • Title and author's name debossed in silver foil
  • Measures 12"x12"
  • Limited to 75 signed and numbered copies
  • Includes an exclusive 7"x7" archival pigment print of Zebrato, signed and numbered in pencil by Michael Levin "au verso"

Zebrato: Collector's Edition with platinum/palladium print
Collector's Edition
  • Cover made from white linen
  • Title and author's name debossed in silver foil
  • Book enclosed in a custom-designed slipcase made from heather grey linen
  • Limited to 26 copies, lettered A through Z, signed by Michael Levin
  • Includes an exclusive 7"x7" platinum/palladium print, selected from a choice of 4 titles. Each print is handmade to order and will be shipped directly to you once completed.
Choices for the images are as follows: 
 Posts and Shadows

*Note about platinum/palladium prints: The unique chemistry of the platinum/palladium process allows for the richest tonal composition, the most delicate details and the highest archival standard.

Purchase the second printing of Zebrato or the Limited Editions here
See more of Michael Levin's work here
Read Anne Kelly's interview with Michael Levin here

For more information, please contact photo-eye Gallery Associate Director Anne Kelly by email or by calling the gallery at (505) 988-5152 x202