About the Ukrainian photographer Miron ZOWNIR (b.1953)

Photo books and catalog publications by and about Miron ZOWNIR

'Grüße aus New York' (1983); 'Poet of Radical Photography' (1988); 'Radical Eye' (1998); 'The Valley of The Shadow' (2010); '30 Years of Radical Photography' (2010); 'Open Wounds' (2013); 'Down and Out in Moscow' (2014); 'NYC RIP' (2015); 'Ukrainian Nights' (2015); 'Poet of Radical Photography' (2016); 'Berlin Noir' (2017); 'Die Unsichtbaren (The Unvisibles)' (2018); 'Romania Raw' (2020); 'Apotheosis and Derision' (2021); 'Istanbul' (2022); 'Walk Through the Fire' (2023); 

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'Istanbul' by Miron ZOWNIR contains b/w pictures taken before and during the coronavirus pandemic. It shows how diverse the realities of life in Turkey's capital are and depicts a social reality that also includes ever-increasing poverty & social taboos.
54,00 € * Weight 0.9 kg
Linen bound HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 30,5 x 24,5 x 2 cm., 232 pp., 208 tritone ills., bilingual text: German / English
0,00 € *
In 'Ukrainian Night', Miron ZOWNIR documents drug addicts from Poltava, homeless people at Kiev Central Station, street children in Odessa & Chernivtsi, revealing the profound fault lines in Ukrainian society that were already heralding the revolution.
32,00 € Weight 0.9 kg
Cloth bound HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 24 x 30 x 2,5 cm., 216 pp., 156 b/w ills., text language: English
0,00 € * Weight 1.7 kg
In out-of-print 'Down and Out in Moscow', Miron ZOWNIR documents the (over)life of homeless and desperate people in sometimes unbearable images. He thus illustrates the decline of the former USSR; an unsparing look at street life in the Russian capital.
148,00 € * Weight 0.9 kg
Andreas HORLITZ, Wolfgang SCHULZ, Miron ZOWNIR - Broschierte Ausgabe ohne Schutzumschlag (wie erschienen), 22 x 28 x 2 cm., 240 S., 130 S/W-Abb. & 19 Farb-Abb., deutsch-sprachiger Text - GERMAN TEXT ONLY!
28,00 € *

Photo books and catalogs with works by Miron ZOWNIR

'Darkside I - Photographic Desire and Photographed Sexuality' (2008, together with works by Helmut NEWTON, Hans BELLMER, Man RAY, Pierre MOLINIER, Robert MAPPLETHORPE, Andy WARHOL, Nan GOLDIN, Larry CLARK, Joel Peter WITKIN, Bill BRANDT, BRASSAI, Nobuyoshi ARAKI, Francesca WOODMAN and Boris MIKHAILOV, among others); 'Darkside II. Photographic Power and Photographed Violence' (2009, together with works by Alvin BALLTROP, Robert CAPA, Henry CARTIER-BRESSON, Peter HUJAR, Robert FRANK, Nan GOLDIN, Enrique METINIDES, Miyako ISHIUCHI, John HEARTFIELD, Larry CLARK, Don McCULLIN, W. Eugene SMITH and by WEEGEE); 'The Street is Watching' (2017, together with works by Larry CLARK, Glen E. FRIEDMAN, Martha COOPER, Jamel SHABAZZ, Bruce DAVIDSON, Jim GOLDBERG, Mary Ellen MARK, Bruce GILDEN, Bruce LaBRUCE, Ivory SERRA, Olivia BEE, among others); 'Wolfgang Schulz and the Photo Scene around 1980' (2019, together with works by Verena von GAGNER, among others). works by Verena von GAGERN, André GELPKE, Dagmar HARTIG and Heinrich RIEBESEHL, among others)'; 'Berlin 1945-2000. A Photographic Subject' (2020, together with, among others with works by Wilfried BAUER, Sibylle BERGEMANN, Kurt BUCHWALD, Gundula SCHULZE-ELDOWY, Arno FISCHER, Nan GOLDIN, Herbert HENSKY, Max JACOBY, Karl-Ludwig LANGE, Will McBRIDE, Rudi MEISEL, Roger MELIS, Evelyn RICHTER, Andreas ROST, Michael SCHMIDT, Maria SEWCZ, Michael WESELY, Anno WILMS, Ulrich WÜST, Werner ZELLIEN and Harf ZIMMERMANN)