'U-NI-TY' ('EIN-HEIT') was published in 1996 as part of an exhibition at MoMA. Here, Michael SCHMIDT investigates the question of 'unity', tracing the symbolism and iconography of political systems, their propaganda and the images of people they project.
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Gebundene Ausgabe ohne Schutzumschlag (wie erschienen), 18 x 25 cm., 352 S., S/W-Aufnahmen. deutsch-sprachiger Text - GERMAN TEXT ONLY!
32,00 € *
Record #40 consists of photographs that Daido MORIYAMA took in French capital, Paris, in 2018. Near Saint-Michel, Rue Mouffetard and around 'Moulin Rouge', his thoughts drifted back thirty years to the time when he lived for a short period in Paris.
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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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Cloth bound (no dust jackets, as issued)
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In 'City Diaries' Swedish photographer Anders PETERSEN - in 2008 awarded with the Erich Salomon Prize by the DGPh - the less public side of urban life, e.g. in Stockholm, Tokyo and St. Petersburg. The fourth 'Diary' has been announced for 2020.
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This photo volume from 1985, 'Menschen ohne Maske. Photographien 1906 - 1952', by German photographer August SANDER in paperback format is a re-issue of a 1971 publication, released at Swiss Bucher Verlag.
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With its generous image flow, this book, 'A Diary', celebrates important Japanese photographer Daido MORIYAMA as the 2019 Hasselblad Award winner and his highly influential, lifelong radical and authentic approach to photography.
45,00 € *
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 24 x 21,5 x 1,5 cm., 84 pp., 68 triton b/w + 8 color ills., text language: English
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Bilingual catalog volume. This slim photo publication about Eugéne ATGET is catalog number 4 of the Cologne-based gallery Rudolf Kicken, which was published on the occasion of the sales exhibition.
29,80 € *