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The Little People of America 1971

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In these photographs, taken mostly at national conventions of the Little People of America, Les Krims uses his barbed, satirical style as a great leveller. By showing the people of the L.P.A. participating in all the same foibles, prosaisms and small vanities as the rest of American society, Krims highlights unity of this marginalized minority with the rest of the bungling masses. This limited signed edition comprises 24 loose photographic reproductions in a pictorial box, with introduction by A.D. Colman.

Square 8vo. LIMITED SIGNED EDITION, one of 4000 copies, SIGNED by Krims. Minor yellowing to margins of plates, with faint smudging to a few. Light wear to edges of slightly yellowed box, with thin scratch to front panel. Slight bowing to front of box, minor tearing to paper at edges of rear. VG in VG box. In these photographs, taken mostly at the national conventions of the Little People of America in 1971, Les Krims uses his barbed, satirical style as a great leveler. Krims shows the people of the L.P.A. participating in the same amusements, peccadilloes, and everyday tedium as the rest of American society, highlighting the likeness of this marginalized minority with the rest of the bungling majority. This limited edition is one of 4000 copies, numbered and signed by Krims, consisting of 24 loose photographic reproductions in a pictorial box, with an introduction by photography critic A.D. Coleman.

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