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 € *
Long time out-of-print catalog volume 'Aus der Distanz' features works by Bernd and Hilla BECHER as well as by Becher students Andreas GURSKY, Candida HÖFER, Axel HÜTTE, Thomas RUFF, Thomas STRUTH as well as Petra WUNDERLICH. And it contains two texts.
68,00 € *
With works by Bernd und Hilla BECHER, Andreas GURSKY, Thomas RUFF, August SANDER, Peter KEETMAN, MAN RAY, Robert FRANK, Stephen SHORE, William EGGLESTON and many more
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The book 'It's A Gas! The Allure of the Gas Station' explores the amazingly world of gas stations: Whether functional high-tech temple, transit zone, film set, abandoned ruin or converted residential building - the world of gas pumps is full of surprises.
48,00 € Weight 1.3 kg
The catalog accompanies the exhibition SUBJECT AND OBJECT. PHOTO RHINE RUHR and contains many illustrations, current texts and photo-historically significant articles. It examines relationships between different photographic positions that have developed.
39,80 € * Weight 1.7 kg
Photo works by Bernd & Hilla BECHER, Joachim BROHM, Jitka HANZLOVÁ and Rudolf HOLTAPPEL 4 slipcased pb, approx. 28 x 28 x 3 cm., 240 pp., Black & white and color photographs, GERMAN text only
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In the book 'Verlassene Ort' (Abandoned Places) various photographers document the beautiful and at the same time eerie atmosphere of places where decay has set in and nature has returned. The history & present of these places are explained in short texts
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This monograph provides an excellent view of the work of the US-American photographer Berenice ABBOTT, who not only made Eugène ATGET's work about Paris world-famous, but also pursued her own project about changing New York and did science photography.
48,00 € Weight 1.1 kg
The two-volume publication presents insights into the early work of Robert ADAMS as well as a previously unpublished text on his perception of modern sacred architecture - in the context of the buildings of the friendly German architect Rudolf Schwarz.
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