The photo volume 'Lost and Found' already contains the typical photos that should make Bruce GILDEN famous: sustained movement and tension, unrivaled spirit and an instinctive, irreverent affection for his subjects - in harmony with his city New York.
49,80 € *
SC, 17 x 24 cm., 52 pp., 39 b/w ills., English, Ltd. to 1,000 copies
0,00 € *
'Anonymes. L'Amérique sans nom. Photographie et cinéma' documents the representation of anonymous citizens in US in photos by Walker EVANS, Jeff WALL, Chauncey HARE, Lewis BALTZ, Anthony HERNANDEZ, Bruce GILDEN, Arianna ARCARA & Luc SANTESE, Doug RICKARD.
0,00 € * Weight 0.8 kg
In his 'The Americans List II' Jason ESKENAZI collected answers by photographers visiting the 'Looking In' exhibition about 'The Americans' by Robert FRANK, choosing their favorite image and why. The book could to become a classic in photography education
98,00 € * Weight 0.2 kg
The name of this photo volume by Bruce GILDEN, 'Hey Mister, throw me some beads!', comes from a phrase of the famous Mardi Gras of New Orleans. Between 1974 and 1982, the American photographer documented the spectacle in his typical street photographs.
19,90 € * Weight 1 kg
'Photographers A-Z' brings together photographers who have made a significant contribution to photographic culture, as well as the most important photographic volumes of the past century. The entries are illustrated with facsimiles from books & magazines.
from 16,00 €
The compendium 'Augen auf!' offers an art and cultural history of the Leica from the 1920s to the present day. With essays on the technical genesis of the Leica, its influence on modern photojournalism and its significance for the photographic avant-garde
from 88,00 €
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 22,5 x 33,5 2 cm., 104 pp., 76 b/w ills., text language: English
68,00 € *