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Since 1955, the annual World Press Photo contest has set the standard in visual journalism. World Press Photo 13 brings you the winners—the most striking images and compelling stories from 2012.

Selected from more than 103,000 pictures taken by 5,600 photojournalists and documentary photographers from 124 countries, the prize-winning pictures are presented in a moving, sometimes disturbing document. World Press Photo 13 both informs and inspires an understanding of the world.

Publisher: Thames & Hudson

Size: 230 x 297 mm

160 pages


Since 1955, the annual World Press Photo contest has set the standard in visual journalism. World Press Photo 13 brings you the winners—the most striking images and compelling stories from 2012.
£15.26

Picture of ABC

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Born in New York in 1929, William Klein is one of the leading photographers of the postwar era, as well as an influential filmmaker, painter, and graphic artist. This astonishing book, selected and designed by Klein himself, offers a visual survey of his long and varied career. It includes his poetic street photography of New York, Moscow, Rome, Tokyo, and Paris; his exciting fashion photography; stills and posters from his bitingly satirical films; and his graphically powerful painted contact sheets.

Klein, whose achievement puts him on a level with Robert Frank, Richard Avedon, and Irving Penn, lives in Paris and is revered in Europe. This is the first comprehensive book on his work published in the United States in 20 years.

Publisher: Abrams

Size: 11 1/2 x 8"

184 pages, 196 colour illustrations

William Klein
This astonishing book, selected and designed by Klein himself, offers a visual survey of his long and varied career.
£22.50

Picture of White Road

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From 1998 to 2005, Ivan Sigal worked, lived and travelled in Central Asia, traversing Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan. He roamed with a dual identity: on the one hand designing media projects with local communities; on the other, an itinerant documentarian. The images from his multi-year odyssey reveal the unsettled lives of Eurasians in provincial towns and cities. Alongside the photos, an episodic narrative unfolds: vignettes chronicling Sigal’s encounters while tracing his restless passage through the landscape.

Through image and text, White Road addresses what was left behind when the Soviet Union’s ideological superstructure was stripped away, eliminating the grand narrative that imposed meaning on people’s lives. The cumulative effect is that of a search without a centre or apparent goal. We sense that circumstances of history and power propel us—subject, traveller, and reader—from encounter to encounter, and from place to place. The term “white road” means “safe journey” in Kazakh, Kyrgyz and Uzbek. These words are printed on road signs at the edges of Central Asian towns, wishing travellers well as they enter the emptiness of the steppe.

See Ivan Sigal's website for sample images.

Publisher: Steidl

472 pages

Ivan Sigal
From 1998 to 2005, Ivan Sigal worked, lived and travelled in Central Asia, traversing Russia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan.
£45.00

Picture of New York Is

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‘New York Is’ documents renowned Japanese photographer Takayuki Ogawa’s experience in New York City in the late 1960s. In these images, his enthusiasm for the city and fascination with American culture of the time is tangible. Ogawa’s shift away from the established documentary style of post-war Japanese photographers is readily apparent, and personal expression, emotion and empathy all find their way into his work. From Vietnam War protests and hippies to black culture in Harlem and Pop Art, the period is elegantly captured in Ogawa’s work. Includes critical texts by Nathan Lyons and Anne Wilkes Tucker, plus a DVD with film footage shot by Ogawa.

A video preview of the book is available here.

Publisher: Idea Books

Size: 220 x 210 mm

164 pages

Japanese/English

Publisher's price: £59.95

Takayuki Ogawa
‘New York Is’ documents renowned Japanese photographer Takayuki Ogawa’s experience in New York City in the late 1960s. In these images, his enthusiasm for the city and fascination with American culture of the time is tangible.
£58.50

Picture of Heartland: An American Road Trip in 1963

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From today's perspective it sounds like a fairy tale, when Thomas Hoepker talks about the beginning of his America Reportage.

“Would you like to discover America?” editor-in-chief Horst Mahnke asked one day. “We sat in the conference room of Kristall. ‘Sure’, we said. ‘But what exactly do you want us to do there?’ – ‘I think’, replied the editor, ‘you’ll fly to New York and then you rent a car and you drive westward until you meet the Pacific, and then you drive back on another route and you take pictures and write about what you see. No time limit.’ We liked the brief briefing and nodded. The year was 1963 and I was 27.”

Hoepker and Winter covered a total of 26 785 kilometers by automobile, according to Mahnke, the editor-in-chief, whose editorial to Issue No. 8/1964 on the whole anticipated the tenor of the series, which was critical of the USA: “They saw far beyond the skyscrapers of Manhattan, whose spectacular silhouette is still considered by many Europeans to be typical of America. And once beyond the America of the picture postcard, they discovered some truths of which I think we need to be aware. I believe there are some shocking truths amongst them and in the light of these truths the legendary American way of life no longer looks quite so triumphantly brilliant as people generally imagine.”

In his observations author Hans-Michael Koetzle claims:

Hoepker’s America reportage is still a prime example of committed photojournalism personally interpreted, of photography as reportage at the highest level of formal aestheticism. “Heartland” stands for a piece of photo history and at the same time turns out to be oppressively up to date.

Sample images here.

Publisher: Peperoni Books

Size: 24o x 216 mm

84 pages, 68 tritone and 8 colour illustrations

Publisher's Price: £29.95

Thomas Hoepker
Hoepker’s America reportage is still a prime example of committed photojournalism personally interpreted, of photography as reportage at the highest level of formal aestheticism. “Heartland” stands for a piece of photo history and at the same time turns out to be oppressively up to date.
£29.25

Picture of Reza: War and Peace

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With the Middle East and Asia as his far-ranging home territory, Reza Deghati's photos chronicle 30 years of turmoil, hope, and splendor. Now some of his most dramatic works are in this volume, filled with pictures that convey torment and upheaval, but also the art, culture, and traditions of Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, and other areas—and the photographer's understanding of humanity and deep commitment to justice.

Reza's own narration focuses attention on the costs of war and the human condition. For readers interested in world history, current events, and the human experience, this photographic tour de force is a must.

Publisher: National Geographic

Size: 11" x 14"

296 pages, 200 color and black-and-white photographs

Reza Deghati
Was £50 > Now £16.50
£16.50

Picture of Roots

A substantial collection of the work of this influential colour photographer.  All the images are of his native Belgium, “a country he once saw as dull and uninspiring. We start from the very beginning, from the early days of black and white, of grainy ISO effects, blurred focus, and stark graphic contrasts. This leads the way quite rapidly, however, to the bulk of the exhibition: where we encounter strong color saturation, cool blue/grey palettes (unavoidable given the famously not-so-glorious Belgian meteorology), contrasted by bright areas of color—often reds and greens—so perfectly composed as to appear rather unnatural.”  (Adrian Caneva).  Based on a recent major exhibition in Brussels.  See here for more detail.

Publisher: Xavier Barral Editions

Size: 295 x 221 mm

Publisher's price: £43.50

Harry Gruyaert
A substantial collection of the work of this influential colour photographer.
£42.50

Picture of Another Family SIGNED

SIGNED COPIES

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This fascinating book tells the story of Irina Popova’s stay with a family of drug-users in St. Petersburg, Russia. The photo story – focusing on a small child living in shocking family circumstances – has provoked an explosion of criticism on the Internet, directed towards the parents as well as at the photographer. The book reveals the documentary evidence during the development of the story, including the previously unpublished photos from the archives of the photographer herself and the characters, the web pages of blogs with comments, the private letters and the diaries. It attempts to analyze the consequences of the photographer’s actions and the degree of responsibility of the photographer. The multivocal storytelling in the book forms the screenplay for a real-life drama. This is the first time this frequently discussed topic of the supposed responsibility of documentary photographers has been analyzed so consistently and comprehensively in book form. This book is therefore more than simply a documentary photo book depicting the deplorable situation of a drug-addict family – it is an essential document dealing with the question all documentary photographers may be confronted with at some time in their careers: can I continue working or should I stop and try to help solve the problem I am witness to?

Publisher: Schilt Publishing

Size: 170 x 225

200 pages with approx. 60 photos in full colour

Irina Popova
This fascinating book tells the story of Irina Popova’s stay with a family of drug-users in St. Petersburg, Russia.
£35.00

Picture of American Photographs

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Walker Evans is one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century. His elegant, crystal-clear photographs and articulate publications have inspired several generations of artists, from Helen Levitt and Robert Frank to Diane Arbus and Lee Friedlander. The progenitor of the documentary tradition in American photography, his principal subject was the vernacular – the indigenous expressions of a people found in roadside stands, cheap cafés, advertisements and small-town main streets. For fifty years, from the late 1920s to the early 1970s, Evans recorded the American scene with the nuance of a poet and the precision of a surgeon, creating an encyclopedic visual catalogue of modern America in the making.

First published by The Museum of Modern Art in 1938, and often out of print since then, American Photographs has been the key touchstone for photographers and those who seek to understand the lyrical potential of the medium. This Seventy-Fifth Anniversary Edition, with sumptuous duotone plates complementing the elegant restraint of the original typography and design, makes Evans’s landmark book available again. For the first time, digital technologies aid in emulating the precise cropping and finely tuned balance of the 1938 reproductions, capturing as never before the look and feel of the first edition.

Publisher: Tate Publishing

Size: 227 x 200 mm

87 duotone illustrations

Walker Evans
First published by The Museum of Modern Art in 1938, and often out of print since then, American Photographs has been the key touchstone for photographers and those who seek to understand the lyrical potential of the medium.
£22.49

Picture of Garry Winogrand

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Widely regarded as one of the most important photographers of the 20th century, Garry Winogrand (1928–1984) did much of his best-known work in Manhattan during the 1960s, becoming an epic chronicler of that tumultuous decade. But Winogrand was also an avid traveler and roamed extensively around the United States, bringing exquisite work out of nearly every region of the country.

This landmark retrospective catalogue looks at the full sweep of Winogrand’s exceptional career. Drawing from his enormous output, which at the time of his death included thousands of rolls of undeveloped film and unpublished contact sheets, the book will serve as the most substantial compendium of Winogrand’s work to date. Lavishly illustrated with both iconic images and photographs that have never been seen before now, and featuring essays by leading scholars of American photography, Garry Winogrand presents a vivid portrait of an artist who unflinchingly captured America’s swings between optimism and upheaval in the postwar era.

Publisher: Yale University Press

Size: 9 3/4 x 11 3/8"

448 pages, 460 duotone illus.

Garry Winogrand
This landmark retrospective catalogue looks at the full sweep of Winogrand’s exceptional career. Drawing from his enormous output, which at the time of his death included thousands of rolls of undeveloped film and unpublished contact sheets, the book will serve as the most substantial compendium of Winogrand’s work to date.
£49.50

Picture of In the Shadow of Tyranny

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The committed realism of working-class photography in the 1930s met the political developments of the time with an enlightening impetus. Among the first ranks of these socially motivated photographers, such as Paul Strand or Tina Modotti, was the Viennese photographer Edith Tudor-Hart (1908-1973), who had close ties to the communist party. The Jewish photographer took an introductory course at the Bauhaus in Dessau, and in 1933, she married an Englishman who supported the labor movement. The couple fled to Great Britain, where she became posthumously infamous for supplying recruits to the group of Soviet spies known as the Cambridge Five, until the ring was broken up in the 1960s.

For her sensitive black-and-white photographs Tudor-Hart used a medium-format camera, shooting pictures from the hip, which allowed her to communicate freely with her models while working. This volume features her unpretentious, documentary-style photographs on social themes, which were taken in Vienna, London, Wales, and Scotland.

Exhibition schedule: National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, March 4, 2013 | Vienna Museum, Vienna, as of September 2013

Publisher: Hatje Cantz

Size: 240 x 280 mm

192 pages, 100 illustrations in duotone

Edith Tudor Hart
Retrospective view of the work of the Viennese photographer Edith Tudor-Hart. Accompanying the exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery
£31.50

Picture of Tohoku

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On March 11, 2011, at 2:46 p.m. local time, the Tohoku region in northeastern Japan was rocked by the most powerful earthquake that had ever been registered in the country. Its aftermath, a tsunami, leveled a 400-kilometer-long stretch of coastline dotted with cities and villages, while an accident at the nuclear reactor in Fukushima exacerbated a catastrophe of unimaginable scale.

One year after the tsunami, the photographer Hans-Christian Schink (*1961 in Erfurt) spent several weeks traveling through the region on a grant from the Villa Kamogawa Kyoto. In his series, Schink combines familiar still photographs of landscapes—in which the destructive power of the wave is only subtly apparent—with several, yet all the more impressive, photographs that bring home the full force of the natural disaster: houses piled on top of each other like toys, industrial buildings reduced to steel skeletons, boats perched on dry land, and the concrete walls of quays with deep cracks that testify to the full force of the water and debris.

Publisher: Hatje Cantz

Size: 300 x 240  mm

132 pages, ca. 60 illustration.

German/English/Japanese

Hans-Christian Schink
One year after the tsunami, the photographer Hans-Christian Schink spent several weeks traveling through the region on a grant from the Villa Kamogawa Kyoto.
£31.50

Picture of Black Kingdom

Signed copies

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Recognised as one of the UK’s most important photographers of the last forty years, Brian Griffin grew up near Birmingham amongst the factories of the Black Country. His parents were factory workers and from birth Griffin seemed set to follow in their footsteps. And so, on leaving school at the age 16, he began working in a factory, just like everyone else around him. A year later he moved to British Steel working as a trainee pipework engineering estimator in a job that involved costing systems for the nuclear power stations that were then being built. He remained there four years before escaping the tedium of the office by enrolling to study photography at Manchester College of Art.

The Black Kingdom is a visual autobiography of Brian Griffin’s life during the 1950s and 60s where everything surrounding him seemed to emanate from the factory. The book is a dissection of life in industrial England after the Second World War and shows the influences that would inspire the creative output of this highly successful photographer. For Griffin, those first 21 years, living in a warren of terraced streets set amongst factories and continually polluted by their smells and noise, remain indelibly printed on him and have shaped the person he is.

Griffin has exhibited and published widely. In 1989 he had a one-man show at the National Portrait Gallery, London. The same year The Guardian newspaper selected him as ‘The Photographer of the Decade’ and LIFE magazine used his photograph ‘A Broken Frame’ as the covershot for their feature ‘Greatest Photographs of the Eighties’. During the 1990s Brian Griffin retired from photography and focused on directing advertising, pop videos and short films. He returned to photography in 2001, reestablishing himself once again at the pinacle of British Photography.

The Black Kingdom is introduced by Pete James, Head of Photographs at Birmingham Libraries.

Publisher: Dewi Lewis

Size: 340mm x 250mm

108 pages, 112 colour and b&w photographs

Brian Griffin
Signed copies. The Black Kingdom is a visual autobiography of Brian Griffin’s life during the 1950s and 60s where everything surrounding him seemed to emanate from the factory.
£31.50

Picture of Prayer and Bark

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"I have taken pictures of my homeland Fukushima since my student’s years. But I felt afraid that I couldn’t photograph the place as in the past on account of the Tohoku Earthquake and Fukushima nuclear disaster on March 11, 2011. I was at a loss what to do, and came my parents’ house ten days after. They live at Nakadori where there were no damage of tsunami except for some roads and houses destroyed by the earthquake. Rural scenery nearby looks seemingly unchanged. However, even if scenery itself remains unchanged it is obvious that many things were completely changed.

When I was taking a dog out for a work along a familiar path between rice fields with my camera, what my mentor had said several years ago crossed my mind. He said, “Photography is this…,” and then his index finger described a square in the air to a glass of whiskey and water. As I was too drunk to make out his words, I replied vaguely. He smiled as usual puffing on a sweet-smelling cigarette.

Photographs of Fukushima will inevitably remind people of the earthquake and nuclear disaster. That’s why I wandered around inside the prefecture in order to know present-day Fukushima. But there was a widening gap between my thought and photographs.

While I went back to my hometown several times, I realized that to photograph Fukushima as a stricken area was not one and only right answer. And so I decided to take pictures in Fukushima for me.

To continue to photograph Fukushima is to focus on anything in front of me and think it over; for photography everything seems to be equivalent. All I need is a strong will to take a picture of my native place.

Even now I don’t understand the meaning of my mentor’s phrase “Photography is this…,” but I keep on taking pictures of my birthplace Fukushima."

Each image is given a full page measuring approx 240*350 mm.  Copies are signed and in a limited edition of 400.  See http://www.plumpwormfactory.com/en/photographs/ for sample images

Publisher: Plump Worm Factory

Size: 263 ×370 mm

96pages, 46 images

MURAKOSHI Toshiya
Limited Edition (400 copies) A beautiful book of black-and-white landscapes: a mixture of forests, farmland and industry, taken within the district of Fukushima.
£75.00

Picture of Life’s a Beach

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Following on the heels of Martin Parr’s limited-edition, album-style presentation of Life’s a Beach, released last season, Aperture is delighted to introduce a new beach-bag-size version. Parr has been photographing beaches for many decades, documenting all aspects of them, including close-ups of sunbathers, rambunctious swimmers caught mid-plunge, and the eternal sandy picnic underway. His international career, in fact, could well be traced to the launch of The Last Resort, a 1986 book depicting the seaside resort of New Brighton, near Liverpool. What may be less known is that this obsession has led Parr to photograph beaches around the world. This book shows Parr at his best, startling us with moments of captured absurdity and immersing us in rituals and traditions associated with beach life the world over.

Publisher: Aperture

Size: 8 1/4 x 6"

124 pages, 100 four-colour images

Martin Parr
Parr has been photographing beaches for many decades, documenting all aspects of them, including close-ups of sunbathers, rambunctious swimmers caught mid-plunge, and the eternal sandy picnic underway.
£14.36

Picture of Period of Juvenile Prosperity, A

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But I needed to find out for myself. Two weeks later I was gone, witnessing my new world wizz by, especially at dusk, then darkness as I watched the sum of all the city lights cast my silhouette across the pine trees of the Florida panhandle. This was it, I was riding my very first freight train. And soon, what would begin as mere natural curiosity and self-discovery would evolve into a casting call of sorts, taking photographs of my newfound friends.
Mike Brodie

For sample images, see Mike Brodie's website

Publisher: Twin Palms

2nd printing

Size: 11 x 13 Inches

104 Pages, 60 Four-colour Plates



Mike Brodie
"This was it, I was riding my very first freight train. And soon, what would begin as mere natural curiosity and self-discovery would evolve into a casting call of sorts, taking photographs of my newfound friends."
£53.75

Picture of Six Percent: Down’s Syndrome my photographs their stories

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‘I hope it will be an inspiration to people who might find themselves in what they think is an Impossible situation’ Ross Irvine (Jamie’s dad)  ‘We know that new parents want to see real families just getting on with life after having a baby with Down’s Syndrome’ Pandora Summerfield, CEO, Downs Syndrome Scotland.

The books title, Six Percent, is taken directly from statistics presented by the UK Cytogenetics register which show that of all the pregnancies diagnosed as being Down Syndrome, 6% result in a live birth, 91% are terminated and a further 3% of babies are miscarried, or die at birth. This book is unusual in that it presents striking black and white photographs with captions derived from interviews,with a number of affected families by one photographer. A number of books already exist which show a very personal view, within one family, while the aim of this book is to show a diverse and balanced perspective across a number of family groups from the viewpoint of someone who knows nothing about the condition. This then reflects the experience of many families who are introduced to Down’s Syndrome for the first time when they are told that their child has the condition.
 
Likely to be of interest to the photographic book community, expectant and new parents of children with Down’s Syndrome, medical professionals and the public at large. Six Percent aims to present real images and quotes from amilies describing their experiences.  This includes very personal accounts of thinking around the time of diagnosis and then birth where families describe how they felt and how their views have developed. Some of the captions are shocking while others will prove uplifting. Many families describe a feeling of shock, a period of adjustment and then acceptance. Those featured have all been determined to share their experiences, so that others can learn from them. Through Six Percent, the photographer and interviewer, Graham Miller, does not seek to take a position as to whether the decision to terminate a pregnancy is justified or not.  Instead he seeks to present ‘What I saw and heard - no more no less’.  On that basis, it is to be hoped that this book then provides a welcome additional source of information alongside that already available in the public domain which often focuses more on the medical ramifications rather than day to day life. Graham admits that through this project, in common with his other documentary photography work, he seeks to address the underlying theme of the importance of individuality. ‘When I take photographs of someone affected by disability I see their condition as just one more aspect of them which goes towards creating the whole person.  Small, tall, black hair, no hair, young, old and indeed having Down’s Syndrome are our specifications; and its society that tries to put us in a box.  I pursue ‘humanity without constraint’ and it is my passion that we all do the same one day’. Six Percent will be published on UN World Down Syndrome day March 21st 2013 alongside a touring exhibition.

Publisher: Photohonesty

Size: 265 x 225 mm

160 pages

Graham Miller
This book is unusual in that it presents striking black and white photographs with captions derived from interviews, with a number of affected families by one photographer. A number of books already exist which show a very personal view, within one family, while the aim of this book is to show a diverse and balanced perspective across a number of family groups from the viewpoint of someone who knows nothing about the condition.
£29.95

Picture of Louis Faurer

Publisher's Description

Louis Faurer was one of America's "quiet" photographers, known for his raw, melancholy, and psychologically charged photographs of life on the street, in particular his evocative shots of Times Square in the 1940s and 50s. Sharing a darkroom with his more famous colleague and friend Robert Frank, Faurer frequently drew on film noir compositional techniques to create memorable images, and was a lasting influence on Frank and other members of the New York school of photography. This catalog is illustrated with 140 large duotone and 10 color reproductions, including close-up views filling two pages.

"His work is gritty and edgy, but always sympathetic. He interpreted his subjects with a moving combination of tenderness and humor, the qualities that his friend and colleague Robert Frank regards as the key ingredients in Faurer's photography."—Katherine Ware

Publisher: Merrell

Size: 11.5 x 11.45"

Louis Faurer
Was $40 > Now £10 Louis Faurer was one of America's "quiet" photographers, known for his raw, melancholy, and psychologically charged photographs of life on the street, in particular his evocative shots of Times Square in the 1940s and 50s.
£10.00

Picture of John Gutmann: The Photographer at Work

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Winner of the 2010 Independent Publisher Book Award Bronze Medal in the Photography National Category, given by Independent Publisher Online

John Gutmann (1905–1998) was one of America’s most distinctive photographers. Born in Germany where he trained as an artist and art teacher, he fled the Nazis in 1933 and settled in San Francisco, reinventing himself as a photo-reporter. Gutmann captured images of American culture, celebrating signs of a vibrant democracy, however imperfect. His own status as an outsider—a Jew in Germany, a naturalized citizen in the United States—informed his focus on individuals from the Asian-American, African-American, and gay communities, as well as his photography in India, Burma, and China during World War II.

 

This handsome book acknowledges Gutmann’s place in the history of photography. Drawing on his archive of photographs and papers at the Center for Creative Photography, it presents both unfamiliar works and little-known contexts for his imagery, linking his photography to his passionate interest in painting and filmmaking, his collections of non-Western art and artifacts, and his pedagogy.  In addition to a major essay by Sally Stein, the volume includes an introduction by Douglas R. Nickel, and an overview of the Gutmann archive by Amy Rule.

Publisher: Yale University Press

Size: 9 3/8 x 11 7/8"

180 pages, 175 duotone illustrations

John Gutmann
Was £35 > Now £11.50 This handsome book acknowledges Gutmann’s place in the history of photography.
£11.50

Picture of Decade

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  • An extraordinary photographic history of the first decade of the twenty-first century charting the political, cultural, sporting and newsworthy moments that shaped the last 10 years
  • The sequel to Phaidon’s New York Times best-selling Century: One Hundred Years of Human Progress, Suffering, Regression and Hope
  • Arranged in chronological order, 500 painstakingly selected photographs highlight events that affected us all as well as quieter moments shared by just a few
  • Historical texts accompany every scene depicted, while five thematic essays explore politics, art, sport, science and the environment over the period
  • This sensitive visual anthology will appeal both to photography enthusiasts and to anyone with an interest in world history and current affairs

Publisher: Phaidon

Size:250 x 250 mm

504 pages, 468 colour illustrations, 32 black and white illustrations


Was £24.95 > Now £9.75 An extraordinary photographic history of the first decade of the twenty-first century charting the political, cultural, sporting and newsworthy moments that shaped the last 10 years
£9.75

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