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2nd print run, HC with dust jacket, 28 x 35 x 2 cm., 112 pp., color ills., text language: English
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This out-of-print new edition of the 1965 monograph 'The Flame of Recognition' about American photographer Edward WESTON contains a cross-section of his work, with portraits and nature photographs as well as texts from his diaries and letters.
32,00 € Weight 0.4 kg
With Photo essays by Henri CARTIER-BRESSON, Walker EVANS, Nan GOLDIN, W. Eugene SMITH, Mary Ellen MARK, Sebastiao SALGADO and James NACHTWEY
68,00 € *
'Paul Strand. Southwest' reconstructs a previously largely unexplored period of his distinguished career through b&w photographs shown for the first time, including dramatic landscapes and decaying ghost towns, as well as a collection of notes & ephemera.
from 20,00 € Weight 1 kg
'Paul Strand in Mexico' contains the photos, he has taken in the early 1930s, reflecting the development of his idea of the 'collective portrait' in which he depicted the region through individuals, still lifes, architecture as well as religious themes.
48,00 € Weight 2.9 kg
For out-of-print book 'Ghana. An African Portrait', Paul STRAND collected and found motifs - landscapes, architecture, portraits, street scenes - that were suitable for documenting the transition to modernization of Ghana, who had declared as independent.
35,00 €
In 'Selected Works, 1973-1981', fifteen photographers, curators & authors - David Campany, Paul GRAHAM, Guido GUIDI, Takashi HOMMA, Hans U. Obrist, Ed RUSCHA, Britt Salvesen, Taryn SIMON, Thomas STRUTH - describe the work of Stephen SHORE she amazes why.
74,00 € * Weight 2.8 kg
'Manhattan Sunday' by Richard RENALDI is a tribute to a slice of New York nightlife of the 1980s - the photographs reflect the evolving identity of the city. In addition, he describes his experiences as a young man who had just embraced his gay identity.
29,80 € *
In his work, here in 'Figure & Ground', Richard RENALDI melds two classic photographic genres - portrait and landscape - into a single descriptive frame that speaks as much to a sense of the individuals before the lens as it does to the space they inhabit
68,00 € Weight 1.4 kg