- Richard Ehrlich.
- Paso Robles, California : Nazraeli Press, 
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- 23 unnumbered sheets (2 folded) : chiefly color illustrations ; 44 x 57 cm
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- "The genesis of this project relies on images culled from an expanding database of photographs made by Richard Ehrlich over many years, recombining and rearranging disparate elements to form an entirely new iteration. These new photographic assemblages form the basis of unique permutations -- hence the title "neogenesis". Inkjet gel transfer is a complex process utilizing the photographic collage as the basis or substrate. The starting collage is disassembled, and then rearranged by visual shapes, forms and colors. The separation into layers functions as an elaborate jigsaw puzzle that develops without predetermined form. Layers are inkjet printed onto digital emulsion transfer film, creating an image that is built up one layer at a time, until deemed visually and artistically complete. The layering process forms the new "original" one of a kind. These unique images are then digitally scanned for reproduction"--Publisher's description, Nazraeli Press Web site, viewed August 17, 2018.
- "Neogenesis is produced in an edition of twenty-five numbered and signed copies"--Colophon.
- "Color plates printed by R. Mac Holbert"--Colophon.
- Issued in cloth-covered clamshell case, 47 x 60 x 5 cm.
- Art & Architecture Library copy 1: No. 14 of 25. Title sheet and colophon sheet signed by Richard Ehrlich.
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