The out-of-print volume 'The Hasselblad Award 2006' presents works by South African photographer David GOLDBLATT from 2004 to 2006 that address the country's situation in the post-apartheid era, including a number of his new triptychs on folding panels.
68,00 € Weight 1 kg
HC with dust jacket, 26 x 28 x 2 cm., 128 pp., 100 b/w ills., 1100 gr., text language: Englisch
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Gebundene Ausgabe mit Schutzumschlag, 29 x 26,5 cm., 255 S., S/W- und Farbaufnahmen, deutsch-sprachiger Text - GERMAN TEXT ONLY!
178,00 € *
HC, 24 x 28 cm., 128 pp., 45 b/w ills., text language: English
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Re-edit, linen bound HC, 26 x 25 cm., 104 pp., 77 tritone b/w ills., text language: English
45,00 € *
In his new photo volume 'Solus. Vol.1', Pieter HUGO reflects on aesthetic values in the fashion industry. In portraits of models cast on the street, he examines the commercialization of youth and the paradox of striving for both otherness AND conformity.
from 55,00 € Weight 1.1 kg
In 'Intersections,' David GOLDBLATT explores the aftermath of apartheid in and outside Johannesburg. Made up entirely of color works, it reveals the contrasts that define South Africa while marking the beginning of an important new phase in his work.
from 25,00 € Weight 1.6 kg
In his haunting, fascinating photo essay about a dump in Ghana, South African photographer Pieter HUGO exposes the repressed downside of fast-moving consumption and tells of a community characterized by poverty and the will to survive of every individual.
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Re-edit, linen bound HC with dust jacket, 28,5 x 28,5 cm, 180 pp., b/w ills., text language: English
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The photo book 'Hyena Men', first published in 2007, made the South African photographer Pieter HUGO known outside the photo book scene. There is something disturbing about the images of wandering fairmen who entertain people with their animals.
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