US photographer Edward WESTON kept a diary in which he recorded his struggle to understand himself, society and his art. 'The Daybooks of Edward Weston' were edited by Nancy Newhall in two volumes: one for his time in Mexico and one for Californian time.
98,00 € Weight 1.6 kg
The catalog, edited by art historian Cécile Bargues traces how HAUSMANN comprehensively reflected photography in this intensive decade and developed a highly individual practice, both documentarily and lyrically, inextricably linked to his thinking & life
68,00 € *
In addition to works selected by Eva BESNYÖ herself, the out-of-print volume contains previously never shown works with motifs from Budapest, Berlin, Brussels, Paris, Rotterdam, Amsterdam and Milan with attention to light, shadow, cropping and line play.
220,00 € Weight 1.8 kg
by Nina Kloepper (ed.) With photo works by Karl BLOSSFELDT, Alfred EHRHARDT, Bernd und Hilla BECHER, Hiroshi SUGIMOTO and Claudia FÄHRENKEMPER
49,00 € *
'Karl Blossfeldt und das Auge Allahs. Warum wir nicht aufhören können, die Natur wie eine Schöpfung anzusehen' by Dutch writer Cees Nooteboom contains 26 of the most beautiful images by the photographer as well as a brilliant essay on plant photographs.
19,80 € * Weight 0.4 kg
The volume 'The Absolute Realist' by Daniel H. Magilow unites in one volume the skillful ideas of Albert RENGER-PATZSCH about the defining visual medium of modernity. It's the first English translation of the German photographer's collected writings.
78,00 € *
Overview volume from Folkwang Museum Essen on Aenne BIERMANN's work with biography. "The single object, which never stood out from the group of well-known images in its familiar surroundings, assumed a unique life on the focusing screen." (Aenne BIERMANN)
35,00 € *
For the first time, the author, M.Stoll, outlines a theory of the photo book as a school of vision, based on the theoretical, media-specific, political and artistic context of the photo books '60 Fotos' by Aenne BIERMANN and 'Das Watt' by Alfred EHRHARDT.
198,00 € * Weight 0.8 kg
This volume, 'Brett Weston: Master Photographer', is the most comprehensive overview of the life and photography of Brett WESTON. It covers the six decades of his work (1925-1986), each introduced by an essay by renowned authors such as Beaumont Newhall.
168,00 € * Weight 2.5 kg