by Colin Westerbeck (ed.). HC with dust jacket, 29 x 29 x 2 cm., 120 pp., 100 b/w & color ills., text language: English
19,80 € *
This catalog 'Architecture in Photographs', edited by Gordon Baldwin and published at the same time as the exhibition 'In Focus: Architecture' in 2013/14, covers the history of the medium and includes works from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Century.
19,90 € *
'FOTO.BUCH.KUNST. Umbruch und Neuorientierung in der Buchgestaltung' (Upheaval and Reorientation in Book Design) presents examples of the interaction between books and photography that have since fallen somewhat into oblivion but are well worth looking at
38,80 € *
'Kiosk. A History of Photojournalism 1839-1973' by Robert LEBECK & Bodo von Dewitz (ICP Infinity Award 2002) leads you in nine chapters through the eras of international photojournalism and offers an overview of the topics of past decades and centuries.
58,00 € * Weight 2 kg
Photo montage is mostly associated with avant-garde modernism as an aesthetic design principle. Here, for the first time, there is a comprehensive reminder that assemblies by TALBOT, DAGUERRE & ENSLEN already existed before HAUSMANN, HEARTFIELD & HÖCH.
39,00 € *
'Mauvais genre' presents views of men and women at the intersection of private life, the history of homosexuality, and feminist activism. Christine Bard and Isabelle Bonnet shed light on this often-silenced aspect through photos from Lifshitz collection.
0,00 € * Weight 1 kg
'Real/Ideal. Photography in Mid-Nineteenth-Century France' accompanied an exhibition at the Getty Center in Los Angeles. The catalog explores the early history of photography in France. It focuses on the photographers who worked with paper negatives.
24,95 € * Weight 1.7 kg
HC, no dust jacket, 25 x 30,5 x 5 cm., 400 pp., text language: English
48,00 € *
Out-of-print dissertation volume 'Am Rande der Fotografie' ('At the Edge of Photography: A Mediality History of the Photogram in the 19th Century') by Katharina Steidl, deals explicitly with the exclusion of women as producers of cameraless photographs.
79,95 € * Weight 1 kg
This chronologically arranged monograph on the work of Eugène ATGET shows a photograph and includes the commentary of the editor, John Szarkowski. However, it is less about an exact analysis than about capturing the context and describing the attributes.
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