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Picture of Magnum Landscape

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In the tradition of great Magnum books this publication brings together work by the finest photographers of our time. For fifty years Magnum photographers, through commissions and their personal work, have produced images that comment on the state of the world. In photographing the landscape they are not just spectators but participants, aware that the land itself has been shaped by man, and that the very notion of a landscape depends on a human viewpoint. As each photographer records, interprets and finds a unique personal style, the variations on a theme are endless - landscapes of war, of agriculture, of industry, of cities and motorways, of desolation, celebration and tranquillity. The photographs gathered in this book invite us to rediscover landscape, and urge us to think more profoundly about the planet earth.

Publisher: Phaidon

Size: 150 x 210 mm

184 pages, 32 colour illustrations


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Picture of Magnum Ireland

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The photographs include the extraordinary insights of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Elliot Erwitt, Joseph Koudelka, Inge Morath, Erich Lessing, Eve Arnold, Martine Franck, Martin Parr, Ian Berry, Donovan Wylie, Stuart Franklin and many others.

Comment and commentary is provided by six of the most notable Irish writers of our time – Anthony Cronin, Nuala O'Faolain, Eamonn McCann, Fintan O'Toole, Colm Tóibin and Anne Enright.

Organized decade by decade, the images show the lingering influence of rural life in the 1950s; the hidden stories of ordinary Irish men and women – as well as the sectarian conflict – during the troubled 1960s and 70s; and the country's renewed confidence and prosperity over the past three decades, right up to the present day.

Publisher: Thames & Hudson

Size: 260 x 258 mm

256 pages, with 236 illustrations in colour and duotone

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Introduction by John Banville
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Picture of Family

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Drawing from the very same impulses that compel us all to capture on film the members of our family, this book brings to light the entirely unique response that photographers have through their work towards their own families, and the significance of this work in the broader context of their photographic work.

Family is an intimate compilation of almost 200 photographs taken by a wide range of photographers, that reflects consciously on the emotions and experiences wrought and woven into the family unit. It includes the work of established photographers such as Sally Mann and David Bailey, as well as rarely seen images from the families of iconic figures such as like Dorothea Lange. It presents the work of some of the earliest photographers to focus on the subject of family, alongside that of photographers taking pictures of their family in the twenty-first century.

This book is far more than a sociological exploration of how the concept of the family has evolved with the passage of time: it signifies a timeless curiosity about the notion of the family, as well as the strongly personal element of autobiography that feeds this intrigue. Family embodies an extensive reflection on the diversity of meanings behind our own family photographs and pays homage to the long-standing relationship between family and photography. The typically private and introvert sphere of familial relationships is revealed to us through this compilation of photographs, through whose vision we are reminded of the underlying energies that drive our most intimate and personal emotional ties.

The book is organized neither chronologically nor by theme and chapter; rather, many of the ideas and themes we associate with family photographs are discernible through sequenced stories and the juxtaposition of individual images. Each selection of photographs is consolidated by a succinct commentary at the end of the book. Thought-provoking, intensely evocative and softly poignant, Family is both sensitive and stigmatizing.

Publisher: Phaidon

Size: 250 x 189 mm

208 pages, 52 colour photographs, 123 Duotone Images, 6 Foldouts

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Picture of Through Women's Eyes: From Diane Arbus to Letizia Battaglia

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This thorough and accessible introduction to the greatest women photographers from the 20th century to today features the most important works of 25 artists. Women have played an important role in the development of photography, often pushing boundaries and defying social convention. Through Women’s Eyes showcases the most influential women photographers of the modern and contemporary eras: from Diane Arbus and Nan Goldin to Yoko Ono and Roni Horn, along with many others. The artists featured in this book offer us their own interpretations of the world, filtered through the camera, and show us what is worth looking at among the barrage of images that bombard us. Their strength is the ability to combine languages--not only photography, but elements of cinema and painting as well, resulting in a collection of views that encompass the human experience. 

Publisher: Marsilio

Size: 7-7/8 x 9-3/4"

Francesca Alfano Miglietti
This thorough and accessible introduction to the greatest women photographers from the 20th century to today features the most important works of 25 artists.
£27.00

Picture of Rochester 585/716

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In 2012, the Eastman Kodak Company declared bankruptcy. That same year, a group of ten photographers from Magnum Photos—Jim Goldberg, Bruce Gilden, Susan Meiselas, Martin Parr, Paolo Pellegrin, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Alec Soth, Larry Towell, Alex Webb, and Donovan Wylie, plus Chien-Chi Chang, who documented the process in audio and video—established a temporary base of operations in Rochester, New York, former home to the once-dominant manufacturer of photographic film. Their goal: to create both a documentary archive of that city’s culture and landscape, and a photo-based experience engaging its residents; and to investigate a community of picture-makers comprised not only of Eastman Kodak, but also the Visual Studies Workshop, George Eastman House, Rochester Institute of Technology, and the citizensof Rochester. Over the course of almost three weeks, photographers, students, faculty, and residents worked together to create a visual record of the city and its people at a time of significant transition. Nathan Lyons, founding director of the Visual Studies Workshop, describes the resultas “not only a major documentary project, but a celebration of photography within the city that had for years been a center of imaging technologies.”

Upon arrival in Rochester, Martin Parr gave each photographer the task of assembling one hundred photographs to form the basis of an archive. Rochester 585/716 presents all one thousand images, together with commentary by poets Cornelius Eady and Marie Howe, art historian and photo theorist Laura Wexler, and photographer and educator Nathan Lyons. Five sets of the images were printed as a portfolio, each of which now resides in major private and public collections. Two artist proof sets were also created, one of which will be dispersed via the one thousand copies of this publication. Each individual copy contains a single loose print, selected at random from this additional set.

Postcards from America is an ongoing, collaborative project. Since 2011, a loose group of Magnum photographers—including the eleven featured in this volume— has periodically gathered in locations across America to experiment with the notion of working together to create a new documentary archive of the United States.

Publisher: Aperture (in collaboration with Pier 24)

Size: 8 1/2 x 11"

452 pages, 1000 four-color and black-and-white images 

*Each individual copy contains a single loose print 

Magnum Photographers
In 2012, the Eastman Kodak Company declared bankruptcy. That same year, a group of ten photographers from Magnum Photos—Jim Goldberg, Bruce Gilden, Susan Meiselas, Martin Parr, Paolo Pellegrin, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Alec Soth, Larry Towell, Alex Webb, and Donovan Wylie, plus Chien-Chi Chang, who documented the process in audio and video—established a temporary base of operations in Rochester, New York, former home to the once-dominant manufacturer of photographic film.
£45.00

Picture of Double Elephant

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From 1973 to 1974, Lee Friedlander and Burt Wolf edited four iconic portfolios at the Double Elephant Press in New York, featuring photographs by some of the most influential photographers of the twentieth century: Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Walker Evans, Garry Winogrand, and Lee Friedlander himself. Each of the four limited edition portfolios contained fifteen photographs by each artist, representing their distinct visions that can be described in the words of Walker Evans as “oddly refreshing, unselfconsciously striking, and unpredictably adventurous.”

This publication honors the unique collaborative project that was to become a touchstone in the history of photography.

Publisher: Steidl

Size: 295 x 355 mm

192 + 32 textbook pages pages



Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Walker Evans, Garry Winogrand, and Lee Friedlander
From 1973 to 1974, Lee Friedlander and Burt Wolf edited four iconic portfolios at the Double Elephant Press in New York, featuring photographs by some of the most influential photographers of the twentieth century.
£76.50

Picture of Documentary Impulse, The

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Award-winning photographer Stuart Franklin's exploration of how we, as humans, are driven to visually document our experiences and the world around us.

Stuart Franklin took one of the most powerful photographs of the twentieth century - the 'tank man' in Tiananmen Square, Beijing, 1989. From his insightful position as a photographer, Franklin explores why we are driven to visually document our experiences and the world around us. He focuses on photography but traces this universal need through art, literature and science.

Looking at photojournalism, war photography and work recording our culture, Franklin identifies some of its driving impulses: curiosity, outrage, reform and ritual; the search for evidence, for beauty, for therapy; and the immortalization of memory.

As our understanding of 'documentary' continues to expand, Franklin considers photographic staging - where, perhaps, the future of the genre may lie: in search of truth over fact.

"This book traces what I shall call the documentary impulse. Here I mean the passion to record, with fidelity, the moments we experience and wish to preserve, the things we witness and might want to reform; or simply the people, places or things we find remarkable... Photography (and journalism) practised respectfully has the power to educate us all towards a greater understanding and empathy towards others." —Stuart Franklin

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Publisher: Phaidon

Size: 203 x 137 mm

216 pages, 18 colour illustrations, 17 black and white illustrations

Stuart Franklin
Award-winning photographer Stuart Franklin's exploration of how we, as humans, are driven to visually document our experiences and the world around us.
£17.96

Picture of Post-Photographic Condition, The

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For its 14th edition, Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal has produced a major reference book, edited by Joan Fontcuberta and illustrated with the works of the 29 artists exhibited in this international biennial of the contemporary image.

Leading experts in the field critically investigate the post-photographic condition, exploring communication and transmission of data in cyberspace, the boundaries of virtual reality, as well as the Internet as a new public space in which the proliferation of images reflect and shape the world.
This publication challenges us to re-examine what photography is today.

Publisher: Kerber Verlag

Size: 254 x 216 mm

232 pages

Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal
For its 14th edition, Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal has produced a major reference book, edited by Joan Fontcuberta and illustrated with the works of the 29 artists exhibited in this international biennial of the contemporary image.
£29.25

Picture of Provoke

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The short-lived Japanese magazine Provoke is recognized as a major achievement in world photography of the postwar era, uniting the country’s most contentious examples of protest photography, vanguard fine art, and critical theory of the late 1960s and early 70s in only three issues overall. Provoke is accordingly treated here as a model synthesis of the complexities and overlapping uses of photography in postwar Japan. The writing and images by Provoke’s members – critic Koji Taki, poet Takahiko Okada, photographers Takuma Nakahira, Yutaka Takanashi, Daido Moriyama – were suffused with the tactics developed in some Japanese protest books which made use of innovative graphic design and provocatively “poor” materials. Recording live actions, photography in these years was also an expressive form suited to emphasize and critique the mythologies of modern life with a wide spectrum of performing artists such as Nobuyoshi Araki, Koji Enokura and Jiro Takamatsu.

This catalogue accompanies the first exhibition ever to be held about the magazine and its creators and focuses on its historical context. It covers the preliminary period leading to its first and the aftermath following its last issue. Provoke takes shape as a strongly interpretative explanation of currents in Japanese art and society at a moment of historical collapse and renewal.

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Publisher: Steidl

Size: 190 x 250 mm

680 pages, 600 images

Edited by Diane Dufour and Matthew Witkovsky
The short-lived Japanese magazine Provoke is recognized as a major achievement in world photography of the postwar era, uniting the country’s most contentious examples of protest photography, vanguard fine art, and critical theory of the late 1960s and early 70s in only three issues overall.
£49.50

Picture of British Life Photography Awards

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Now in their second year, The British Life Photography Awards (BLPA) celebrate and showcase the work of both professional and amateur photographers throughout the UK who seek to capture the essence and spirit of British life. Covering everything from street life, rural life and portraiture through to the British weather and Brits on holiday, there is also a special award for the best documentary feature and another for Young Photographer of the Year.

Published to coincide with a prestigious exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London, this book brings together some of the very best work that was entered for the 2015 BLPA competition. It includes a wide cross section of both photographers and of subjects, and documents real life through original, illuminating and thought provoking imagery. Sometimes humorous, other times poignant, the photographs are a wonderful celebration of British life and culture.

Documenting daily life has been an established photographic tradition for over a century, and just like the great documentary photographers of the past (and present), the Awards encourage photographers to elevate the commonplace and familiar into something compelling or fascinating through the craft, creativity and discipline of photography – whether a personal vision, an intimate portrait, a visual pun or a sequence of innovative images telling a story.

The Awards are sponsored by SONY and Kristal Digital Imaging Centre, and supported by Time Out and Country Life and the images in both the book and the exhibition are selected from literally thousands of submissions by a jury comprising leading industry professionals with wide-ranging experience. The book is introduced by Magnum photographer Chris Steele-Perkins, who also served on this year’s jury.

Publisher: Dewi Lewis

Size: 247x 247 mm

160 pages, 146 colour and black & white photographs


Now in their second year, The British Life Photography Awards (BLPA) celebrate and showcase the work of both professional and amateur photographers throughout the UK who seek to capture the essence and spirit of British life.
£21.60

Picture of Photography Inc.

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Presented in pictures: the history of the photography industry and its interaction with the photographer.

With pictures by William Henry Fox Talbot, Robert Doisneau, Weegee and many other world-class photographers.

This book celebrates the FoMu's 50th anniversary and is the catalogue of their Autumn exhibition.

Photography Inc.,is the comprehensive catalogue based on the FotoMuseum's Autumn exhibition with the same name, in Antwerp. The book charts the history of photography, from the perspective of the photography industry, with pictures, cameras and albums from the FoMu collection.Since the 19th century, photography has evolved from a luxury article to a mass-produced article. That development is what Photography Inc.illustrates. Photography continually needs to become faster, simpler, and cheaper, which has far-reaching consequences - both from an aesthetic point of view and from a social one. This book focuses on a number of milestones in the history of photography, and upon the influence companies such as Gevaert, Agfa, Kodak, Polaroid etc. have had on the approach of both amateur and professional photographers.Text in English and Dutch.

Publisher: Lannoo

Size: 260 x 210 mm

264 pages, 250 colour illustrations, 50 black & white illustrations


Presented in pictures: the history of the photography industry and its interaction with the photographer.
£29.25

Picture of Magnum Photos: 100 Postcards

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A boxed collection of 100 postcards featuring the work of more than 65 Magnum greats, curated from the bestselling book Magnum Magnum
Thames & Hudson has enjoyed exceptional success and critical acclaim in its collaborative ventures with Magnum Photos, the world’s most prestigious photo agency.

Now, with its 70th anniversary approaching in 2017, Magnum Photos has combined forces with Thames & Hudson once more on a range of gifts. Each product is aimed at either active photographers or those who simply love great photography, and will connect the Magnum brand with 
a greater audience than ever before.

Publisher: Thames & Hudosn

Size: 148 x 105 mm

100 Postcards


A boxed collection of 100 postcards featuring the work of more than 65 Magnum greats,
£15.26

Picture of Strange and Familiar (Signed)

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Two dozen artists from countries around the world offer their own perspectives on British society. In a project that is unparalleled in its scope and scale, iconic British photographer Martin Parr has selected works, dating from the interwar period to today, that capture the social, cultural, and political identity of the UK through the camera lens. These images range from social documentary and street photography to portraiture and architectural photography and offer a reflection of how Britain is perceived by those outside its borders. The book features some of the leading figures of 20th- and 21st-century photography, including Henri Cartier-Bresson, Bruce Davidson, Robert Frank, David Goldblatt, Candida Höfer, Sergio Larrain, Shinro Ohtake, Paul Strand, and Garry Winogrand. From the Hebrides to Dover, Belfast to Cardiff, modern Britain comes to life from a fresh perspective—and the results are both strange and familiar.

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Publisher: Prestel

Size: 240 x 280 mm

272 pages, 200 color illustrations


Two dozen artists from countries around the world offer their own perspectives on British society. In a project that is unparalleled in its scope and scale, iconic British photographer Martin Parr has selected works, dating from the interwar period to today, that capture the social, cultural, and political identity of the UK through the camera lens.
£37.50

Picture of Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2015

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This book provides a unique opportunity to see an inspiring range of portraits from contemporary photographers selected from thousands of submissions. The works included are not only about the sitters but also reveal the outstanding skill of the photographers, in capturing a moment in time, and conveying something of the spirit of those photographed.

This year marks the introduction of In Focus, a display of new works by an internationally renowned photographer that will be exhibited alongside those of the finalists. The works are reproduced in the catalogue, together with other well-known examples by the photographer and an interview about his life and work. This year’s In Focus photographer is Pieter Hugo, who was chosen by the Gallery for his uncompromising, insightful and occasionally provocative approach to portraiture.

Fully illustrated in colour throughout, the book also features all the selected entries, comments and insights from the judges and interviews with the prizewinners.

Publisher: NPG


The Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize celebrates the vitality and excellence in portrait photography today
£13.50

Picture of Crude Metaphors

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To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Crude Metaphors, a prominent and celebrated section of HOTSHOE magazine since 2005, HOTSHOE is publishing a very special limited edition collectors box of five books featuring a selection of the most renowned photographers of today, including Roger Ballen, Todd Hido, Edgar Martins, Mayumi Hosokura and Esther Teichmann.

Crude Metaphors brings together photography and fiction writing, pairing a photographer and a writer to produce a narrative, written in response to a chosen series of images.

The beautifully designed collection of books will combine the greats of photography with established and up and coming writers such as the National Poet for Scotland Liz Lochhead, and Joe Ahearne, director of Doctor Who and writer of Danny Boyle’s Trance.

With stories ranging from a female bounty hunter to a world of artificial intelligence and a father’s suicide, readers will be taken on five compelling journeys through the words and images of ten different creators.

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Publisher: Hotshoe

Size: 180 x 120 mm

330 pages

Roger Ballen, Todd Hido, Mayumi Hosokura, Esther Teichmann, Edgar Martins
Crude Metaphors brings together photography and fiction writing, pairing a photographer and a writer to produce a narrative, written in response to a chosen series of images.
£45.00

Picture of Thames & Hudson Dictionary of Photography

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The Thames & Hudson Dictionary of Photography is a landmark publication that encompasses the history, art, and science of photography in a single volume. At a time when information is instantly accessible on the Internet but is often unreliable or uncited, this ambitious project both reasserts the veracity, reliability, and accuracy of scholarly research in reference publishing and offers an immersive, usable, beautifully designed reading experience.

Compiled under the editorial guidance of curator, writer, and art historian Nathalie Herschdorfer, and in consultation with an international panel of 150 experts, this volume is based on entirely new scholarship by seventy-seven researchers from sixteen countries. Over 1,200 concise yet fully detailed entries describe all aspects of the subject, including photographers, images, agencies, genres, movements, exhibitions, publications, collectors, techniques, and processes. Entries from Ansel Adams, Diane Arbus, and amateur photographers to Emile Zola, Piet Zwart, and the zoom lens are enriched by 300 images showing key works, artist portraits, exhibitions, installations, and publications.

Publisher: Thames & Hudson

Size: 8.25 x 12.5"

440 pages, 300+ photographs and diagrams

Edited By Nathalie Herschdorfer
The Thames & Hudson Dictionary of Photography is a landmark publication that encompasses the history, art, and science of photography in a single volume.
£58.50

Picture of Self Publish, Be Happy

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An economic and cultural revolution has shaken the photobook world in the last five years: self-publishing. Operating as their own publishers, a generation of photographers have had an instrumental role in today's photobook renaissance. Self Publish, Be Happy offers a do-it-yourself manual and a survey of key examples of self-published success stories, as well as a self-publishing manifesto and bookmaking tips from the photobook community.

The manual portion of this volume offers insight, advice and rudimentary how-tos for the photographer interested in self-publishing. The survey offers an overview of the contemporary self-publishing landscape; each case study illustrates a particular theme and genre of self-publishing (such as diary, documentary or conceptual object), and is accompanied by a personal testimony from the artist.
Author Bruno Ceschel issues a rallying cry for all those involved in the contemporary photobook revolution, urging photographers to take control of a moment in which the photobook, in all its manifestations, has never before been so omnipresent in our cultural landscape, nor so critical to the photographer's practice.

Puiblisher: Aperture/self publish, be happy

Size: 8.25 X 11"

512 pages, 280 colour illustrations

Bruno Ceschel
Self Publish, Be Happy offers a do-it-yourself manual and a survey of key examples of self-published success stories, as well as a self-publishing manifesto and bookmaking tips from the photobook community.
£17.96

Picture of Family of Man, The

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Hailed as the most successful exhibition of photography ever assembled, The Family of Man opened at The Museum of Modern Art in January 1955. It was groundbreaking in its scope--503 images by 273 photographers originating in 69 countries--as well as in the numbers of people who experienced it on its tour through 88 venues in 37 countries. As the permanent embodiment of Edward Steichen's monumental exhibition, this publication reproduces all of the 503 images that Steichen described as "a mirror of the essential oneness of mankind throughout the world. Photographs made in all parts of the world, of the gamut of life from birth to death." To celebrate the 60th anniversary of this classic and inspiring work, MoMA is releasing this handsome hardcover edition.

Publisher: Museum of Modern Art

Size: 8.5 x 11"

192 pages, 503 black and white illustrations


Hailed as the most successful exhibition of photography ever assembled, The Family of Man opened at The Museum of Modern Art in January 1955. It was groundbreaking in its scope--503 images by 273 photographers originating in 69 countries--as well as in the numbers of people who experienced it on its tour through 88 venues in 37 countries.
£20.25

Picture of Soviet Photobook 1920–1941, The

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The Soviet Union was unique in its formidable and dynamic use of the illustrated book as a means of propaganda. Through the book, the U.S.S.R. articulated its totalitarian ideologies and expressed its absolute power in an unprecedented way—through avant-garde writing and radical artistic design that was in full flower during the 1920s and ’30s. No other country, nation, government or political system promoted itself more by attracting and employing acclaimed members of the avant-garde. Among them were writers like Semion Kirsanov, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Ilya Selvinsky, Sergei Tretyakov and Kornely Zelinsky; artistic designers like Gustav Klutsis, Valentina Kulagina, El Lissitzky, Sergei Senkin, Varvara Stepanova, Solomon Telingater and Nikolai Troshin; and photographers including Dmitry Debabov, Vladimir Griuntal, Boris Ignatovich, Alexander Khlebnikov, Yeleazar Langman, Alexander Rodchenko, Georgy Petrusov—not to mention many of the best printers and book binders.

The Soviet Photobook 1920–1941 presents 160 of the most stunning and elaborately produced photobooks from this period and includes more than 400 additional reference illustrations. The book also provides short biographies of the photobook contributors, some of whom are presented here for the first time.

Publisher: Steidl

Size: 266 x 288 mm

636 pages


The Soviet Photobook 1920–1941 presents 160 of the most stunning and elaborately produced photobooks from this period and includes more than 400 additional reference illustrations.
£88.20

Picture of Looking In, Looking Out: Latin American Photography

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The documentary nature of Latin American photography has brought clarity and artistic appreciation to the countries of the region since the camera arrived in the 19th century. The photographers of Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Guatemala, Mexico, and other nations have captured the traditions, societal changes, urban and natural landscapes, and varied architecture of their countries. Selected from Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s permanent collection, "Looking In, Looking Out: Latin American Photography" investigates the cultures and histories of various Latin American countries through the lens of nostalgia, propaganda, a populist aesthetic, and evolving perspectives. Published in cooperation with the Santa Barbara Museum of Art in conjunction with their exhibition of the same name opening in October 2015, this book will be an important addition to the literature available on Latin American photography. "Looking In, Looking Out: Latin American Photography" presents work by twenty photographers that spans some 80 years. It opens with an insightful introduction by Delphine Sims, putting the photographers and their work into an historical, asethetic and sociological perspective.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 8 x 11"

76 pages, 45 duotone and four-color plates


"Looking In, Looking Out: Latin American Photography" investigates the cultures and histories of various Latin American countries through the lens of nostalgia, propaganda, a populist aesthetic, and evolving perspectives.
£27.00

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