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As Paris and its shopping arcades were to the 19th Century, Dubai and its wondrous malls may be to the new millennium. The Baudelarian flaneur, is replaced by the phoneur, a wired wanderer who uses the cell phone to text and call and access the internet, all the while snapping ...
Joel Sternfeld: iDubai
As Paris and its shopping arcades were to the 19th Century, Dubai and its wondrous malls may be to the new millennium. The Baudelarian flaneur, is replaced by the phoneur, a wired wanderer who uses the cell phone to text and call and access the internet, all the while snapping digital images on the fly. If the arcades were representative sites of early capitalism, then perhaps the postmodern shopping playgrounds of Dubai are exemplars of advanced capitalism. With this in mind, when Joel Sternfeld visited these malls in 2008, he documented them with the consumer fetish object of the moment - the iPhone. In the process, he achieves a very particular unity of form and content; the object that encapsulates the spirit of an era is used to document that era. The ramifications of a profusion of mobile phone cameras around the globe are numerous. We have already witnessed this phenomenon becoming a platform for news construction with civilian journalism changing the documentation of events. In Dubai, Joel Sternfeld uses his iPhone camera to get past mass media images of the Emirate as Disney World on the Persian Gulf, and find a human component.
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Joel Sternfeld: iDubai

by Joel Sternfeld
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Having left South Africa at the age of four as a political refugee with his parents, photographer Koto Bolofo returned to his home country with his wife in 1992, two years after Nelson Mandela had been released from prison. Bolofo got free access to the notorious and by now deserted ...
Koto Bolofo/Claudia Van Ryssen-Bolofo: The Prison
Having left South Africa at the age of four as a political refugee with his parents, photographer Koto Bolofo returned to his home country with his wife in 1992, two years after Nelson Mandela had been released from prison. Bolofo got free access to the notorious and by now deserted prison of Robben Island, where Mandela had been held for the majority of the twenty-seven years of his confinement in a cell of barely 6 square metres in Section B. The photographer and his wife eagerly began documenting the site's abandoned interiors and surroundings, dreading the prison's potential closure. It was converted into a well-frequented museum in 1997 and included on the World Heritage List by UNESCO in 1999. The black-and-white photographs of this volume conspicuously favor close-up depictions of details as opposed to general views: leftover items, barbed wire fences, spacious dormitories viewed through a spyhole, the key in the lock to Mandela's cell which is so tiny it cannot be taken as a whole-all this is conveying the gloomy sense of claustrophobia and suppression that characterise the place. The camera is constantly searching for the few rays of light that penetrate the ubiquitous grimness and silence of cruelty.
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Koto Bolofo/Claudia Van Ryssen-Bolofo: The Prison

by Koto Bolofo
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I treat the boy down at the post office like the president of Russia, and the president of Russia like the boy down at the post office. (David Bailey) Eye presents a selection of Bailey's photographs spanning from 1962 to 2008. Mostly black-and-white, some in color, they feature influential directors, ...
David Bailey: Eye
I treat the boy down at the post office like the president of Russia, and the president of Russia like the boy down at the post office. (David Bailey) Eye presents a selection of Bailey's photographs spanning from 1962 to 2008. Mostly black-and-white, some in color, they feature influential directors, artists, fashion designers and musicians, including Andy Warhol, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Yves Saint Laurent, John Huston and Ellsworth Kelly. Despite the broad cross-section of subjects and the different creative spheres they inhabit, Bailey approaches them all with the same, egalitarian attitude - each is as important, or unimportant, as the next. This approach, often expressed by Bailey's lack of props and minimal lighting, enables the photographer to tease from his subjects traits which often absent from more formal portraits - the warm benevolence of I.M. Pei for example, the exuberance of John Galliano, or the brooding look of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Crowned with cover art by Damien Hirst, Bailey's Eye reveals unexpected facets of the creative minds who have defined and in many cases continue to shape the culture in which we live.
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David Bailey: Eye

by Tony Shafrazi, David Bailey
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Koto Bolofo is the first photographer to have been granted unlimited access to the secret workshops of Hermes, the house famous for its leather goods, scarves and other beautiful objects. La Maison, itself an elaborate object comprising eleven volumes and the result of seven years' work, showcases Bolofo's painstaking documentation ...
Koto Bolofo: La Maison
Koto Bolofo is the first photographer to have been granted unlimited access to the secret workshops of Hermes, the house famous for its leather goods, scarves and other beautiful objects. La Maison, itself an elaborate object comprising eleven volumes and the result of seven years' work, showcases Bolofo's painstaking documentation of the Hermes universe. Bolofo's photos explore every facet of Hermes craftsmanship, from the manufacturing of saddles, silk scarves and the famous Kelly Bag, to ready-to-wear, shoes and perfume. Bolofo left no stone unturned: even the private Hermes museum is revealed, a treasure trove hidden in Hermes headquarters on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honore. The story of how the La Maison project began has become part of Hermes history. In 2002 Bolofo met the chairman of Hermes, Jean-Louis Dumas. Says Bolofo: Mr Dumas asked me where I came from and I said Lesotho in South Africa. He was shocked and excited, explaining that his great great great grandfather was a missionary, and how the Sothos - my tribe - had protected him. Mr Dumas welcomed me as his cousin and gave me carte blanche to photograph what I liked at Hermes. Koto Bolofo was born in South Africa in 1959 and raised in Great Britain. Bolofo has photographed and made short films for magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, and GQ. He has created advertising campaigns for companies including Hermes, Louis Vuitton and Dom Perignon. Bolofo lives in the Vendee, France, and his books with Steidl include Venus, I Spy with My Little Eye, Something beginning with S, Vroom! Vroom!, La Maison and Grande Complications.
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277.10 USD

Koto Bolofo: La Maison

by Gerhard Steidl
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Over a period of fifteen years Joel Sternfeld travelled across America and took portrait photographs that form in Douglas R. Nickel's words an intelligent, unscientific, interpretive sampling of what Americans looked like at the century's end. Unlike historical portraits which represent significant people in staged surroundings, Sternfeld's subjects are uncannily ...
Joel Sternfeld: Stranger Passing
Over a period of fifteen years Joel Sternfeld travelled across America and took portrait photographs that form in Douglas R. Nickel's words an intelligent, unscientific, interpretive sampling of what Americans looked like at the century's end. Unlike historical portraits which represent significant people in staged surroundings, Sternfeld's subjects are uncannily normal : a banker having an evening meal, a teenager collecting shopping carts in a parking lot, a homeless man holding his bedding. Using August Sander's classic photograph of three peasants on their way to a dance as a starting point, Sternfeld employed a conceptual strategy that amounts to a new theory of the portrait, which might be termed The Circumstantial Portrait . What happens when we encounter the other in the mist of a circumstance? What presumptions, if any, are valid? What, if anything, can be known of the other from a photographic portrait? A major figure in the photography world, Joel Sternfeld was born in New York City in 1944. He has received numerous awards including two Guggenheim fellowships, a Prix de Rome and the Citibank Photography Award. Sternfeld's books published by Steidl include American Prospects (2003), Sweet Earth (2006), Oxbow Archive (2008), First Pictures (2011) and On This Site (2012).
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Joel Sternfeld: Stranger Passing

by Joel Sternfeld
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In 1947 the International Circus Clowns' Club began keeping a record of its member clowns' make-up. Each unique make-up design was painted onto an emptied chicken egg that was catalogued and used to trademark the identities of clowns including the famous Coco and Grimaldi. Stan Bult, founder of the club, ...
Sam Taylor-Johnson: Birth of a Clown
In 1947 the International Circus Clowns' Club began keeping a record of its member clowns' make-up. Each unique make-up design was painted onto an emptied chicken egg that was catalogued and used to trademark the identities of clowns including the famous Coco and Grimaldi. Stan Bult, founder of the club, painstakingly painted the earliest designs by hand himself. Birth of a Clown is Sam Taylor-Johnson's photographic documentation of these fascinating objects, now part of the Clowns' Gallery and Museum in Somerset. Taylor-Johnson stumbled onto the museum by chance and has now preserved these eccentric portraits-sometimes hilarious, sometimes sad-in book form. Born in 1967, Sam Taylor-Johnson (Sam Taylor-Wood) is at the forefront of contemporary British art. Filmmaker, photographer and conceptual artist, her solo exhibitions include those at the Kunsthallle Zurich, the Hayward Gallery, London, and the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston. In 2009 Taylor-Johnson directed her debut feature film Nowhere Boy about the young John Lennon. Her books at Steidl include Crying Men (2004), Still Lives (2006) and the upcoming Third Floor.
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Sam Taylor-Johnson: Birth of a Clown

by Sam Taylor-Johnson
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For five hundred years the holy city of Vrindavan in northern India has been a haven for India's dispossessed widows. Cast out by their families and condemned by strict marital laws which deny them legal, economic and, in extreme cases, even human rights, they have made their way to the ...
Fazal Sheikh: Moksha
For five hundred years the holy city of Vrindavan in northern India has been a haven for India's dispossessed widows. Cast out by their families and condemned by strict marital laws which deny them legal, economic and, in extreme cases, even human rights, they have made their way to the city to worship at its temples and live in its ashrams, surviving on charitable hand-outs or begging on the streets. In Vrindavan they worship the young god Krishna, who invades their dreams, helping them to cast off memories from their past life and prepare for a new and better life to come. Their ultimate dream is to reach Moksha - heaven - where they will find freedom from the cycle of death and rebirth and live surrounded by their gods forever. Fazal Sheikh's photographs capture the meditative mood of the city and his portraits of the widows convey their sense of acceptance of life nearing its end and a longing for what is to come. As in his previous books he spent time with his subjects, listening to their stories, many of which reveal the suffering caused by traditions that still govern Indian society. Through his depiction of the city and its inhabitants, Fazal Sheikh once again contributes to our knowledge and understanding of a community whose existence, to those who live outside it, remains closed.
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47.250000 USD
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Robert Voit has discovered a new species of plant that he calls new trees -cellular phone antennae of steel, fibreglass and plastic, camouflaged as trees. This unusual new life form can be found all over the world. There are pine trees, palm trees, cypresses, cacti and various deciduous trees. Some ...
Robert Voit: New Trees
Robert Voit has discovered a new species of plant that he calls new trees -cellular phone antennae of steel, fibreglass and plastic, camouflaged as trees. This unusual new life form can be found all over the world. There are pine trees, palm trees, cypresses, cacti and various deciduous trees. Some are in the desert or in newly planted forests; others are in fields and parking lots, next to highways and in housing developments. Voit has photographed these trees in the US, South Africa and Europe, creating a peculiar arboretum where reality and illusion are blurred.
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Robert Voit: New Trees

by Christoph Schaden, Robert Voit
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With the eye of a painter, Guy Bourdin created images that contained fascinating stories, compositions and colors. He radically broke conventions of commercial photography with a relentless perfectionism and sharp humor. Famed for his suggestive narratives and surreal aesthetics, Bourdin used fashion photography to explore the realm between the absurd ...
Guy Bourdin: A Message for You
With the eye of a painter, Guy Bourdin created images that contained fascinating stories, compositions and colors. He radically broke conventions of commercial photography with a relentless perfectionism and sharp humor. Famed for his suggestive narratives and surreal aesthetics, Bourdin used fashion photography to explore the realm between the absurd and the sublime. Now in its third edition, A Message for You is a road trip through Bourdin's visual landscape, a collage of images that maps his artistic search and vision. The texts, Polaroids, poems, sketches and contact sheets unfold in real time through the memories of model Nicolle Meyer, a muse to Bourdin. Given total creative freedom and with an uncompromising artistic ethic, Bourdin captured the imagination of a whole generation. The late 1970s, recognized as the pinnacle of his career, are the focus of this monograph, which is the last of eight books exploring his most outstanding and undiscovered work so far.
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68.250000 USD

Guy Bourdin: A Message for You

by Nicolle Meyer, Guy Bourdin
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Clothing, bottles, appliances-relatable objects that serve as the basic accessories of daily life, Inheritance is a deeply personal series for Andrea Tese. The photographs document the mourning process following the passing of her grandparents, rearranging their possessions into pictorial compositions to chronicle their lives through a plethora of simple objects. ...
Andrea Tese: Inheritance
Clothing, bottles, appliances-relatable objects that serve as the basic accessories of daily life, Inheritance is a deeply personal series for Andrea Tese. The photographs document the mourning process following the passing of her grandparents, rearranging their possessions into pictorial compositions to chronicle their lives through a plethora of simple objects. Despite the potential sentimentality of the project for both the artist and her audience, Tese's photographs are abstracted by her deadpan treatment of the subject matter, organizing items into grids and piles that allow the objects to assert themselves individually as well as en masse to the audience. When viewed together, Inheritance is notable both as a portrait and for the overwhelming volume of items in her inventoried presentation.
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Andrea Tese: Inheritance

by Alison Nordstrom, Andrea Tese
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Robert Polidori: After the Flood
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131.250000 USD

Robert Polidori: After the Flood

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Duane Michals: A Visit with Magritte
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40.91 USD

Duane Michals: A Visit with Magritte

by Duane Michals
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Gordon Parks: A Harlem Family 1967
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Gordon Parks: A Harlem Family 1967

by Thelma Golden, Gordon Parks
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Berenice Abbott: Paris Portraits 1925 - 1930
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73.500000 USD

Berenice Abbott: Paris Portraits 1925 - 1930

by Hank O'Neal, Ron Kurtz
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Edward Burtynsky: Quarries
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111.58 USD

Edward Burtynsky: Quarries

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Saul Leiter: Early Color
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65.09 USD

Saul Leiter: Early Color

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Bailey's East End
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131.250000 USD

Bailey's East End

by David Bailey
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Stan Douglas is the third annual publication celebrating the winner of the Scotiabank Photography Award, Canada's largest contemporary photography award for an established Canadian artist. During the celebrated career of this year's award winner Stan Douglas (starting in 1983), photography has played a vital role in his artistic development. This ...
Stan Douglas
Stan Douglas is the third annual publication celebrating the winner of the Scotiabank Photography Award, Canada's largest contemporary photography award for an established Canadian artist. During the celebrated career of this year's award winner Stan Douglas (starting in 1983), photography has played a vital role in his artistic development. This publication highlights the significance of the photographic image in the critical and historical reception of Stan Douglas' approach to art and media. The stories, sites and events that Douglas explores are populist, literate and timely. Frequently, his photographs describe the overlooked histories of cultural identity, displacement and injustice that reveal an uncanny resemblance to present-day events. This is achieved through an insightful attention to photography as both medium and subject. Folding the spectator into the visual culture of memory and oblivion that photographs evoke initiates profound observations about the ubiquity of photography in contemporary culture. The photographs of Stan Douglas affirm the validity and volatility of the photographic medium at this decisive moment in the history of art and photography.
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Stan Douglas

by Stan Douglas
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The Hasselblad Award is an international photography award. Since 1980 it has been presented annually, with the exception of the year of Erna Hasselblad's death, 1983. The Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photo graphy is recognized as one of the most important prizes for photography in the world today. The ...
Walid Raad: Hasselblad Award
The Hasselblad Award is an international photography award. Since 1980 it has been presented annually, with the exception of the year of Erna Hasselblad's death, 1983. The Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photo graphy is recognized as one of the most important prizes for photography in the world today. The Hasselblad Award is granted to a photographer recognized for major achievements . This may be an individual who has made a pioneering achievement in photography, who has had a decisive impact on younger generations of photo - graphers, or who has implemented one or more internationally significant photographic projects. Lebanese/American artist Walid Raad has been selected as the 31st winner of the Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography. The award was presented to Raad in New York on 8 March 2011. Each year an exhibition of works by the award winner opens at the Hasselblad Center in Gothenburg and a book is released. This year, as in the last four years, a book will be produced as a co-operation between the Hasselblad Foundation and Steidl. Walid Raad is one of the most original and singular practitioners using photography today. His project The Atlas Group , in which Raad generated original ideas about the relationships between documentary photography, archive and history, has been widely acclaimed. In order to document and investigate Lebanon's contemporary history, Raad has developed innovative methods of approaching war imagery and exploring political and social conflict. Raad's work allows us to question the traditional iconography of war photography and speculate on visuality, memory and violence. The dead weight of this quarrel hangs contains several unpublished works from The Atlas Group project.
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50.400000 USD
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Reminiscent of his earlier monograph More, Juergen Teller's new photographic series, Zimmermann, documents supermodel Raquel Zimmermann participating in family events and interacting with Teller's native environment in Bubenreuth, Southern Germany. Holding true to his signature snapshot aesthetic while nonetheless managing to construct what he describes as a surreal fairy tale, ...
Juergen Teller: Zimmermann
Reminiscent of his earlier monograph More, Juergen Teller's new photographic series, Zimmermann, documents supermodel Raquel Zimmermann participating in family events and interacting with Teller's native environment in Bubenreuth, Southern Germany. Holding true to his signature snapshot aesthetic while nonetheless managing to construct what he describes as a surreal fairy tale, the German-born photographer captures Zimmermann--in a state of seeming abandon, in the woods or lying semi-nude on the family table, as though a sacrificial offering as part of some Bavarian feast. A narrative akin in style to a gothic and dramatic Grimm's fairy tale, this story explores the themes of suppressed youth and teenage longing. Teller, one of the most influential fashion photographers working today, shoots in a deliberately overexposed style that endows this project with his characteristic raw look.
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After completing the shooting of Sleeping by the Mississippi in 2002, Alec Soth traveled to Bogota, Colombia to adopt a baby girl. While the courts processed paperwork, he and his wife spent two months in the capital city waiting to take their new baby home. The baby's birth mother gave ...
Alec Soth: Dog Days, Bogota
After completing the shooting of Sleeping by the Mississippi in 2002, Alec Soth traveled to Bogota, Colombia to adopt a baby girl. While the courts processed paperwork, he and his wife spent two months in the capital city waiting to take their new baby home. The baby's birth mother gave the new parents a book filled with letters, pictures and poems. I hope that the hardness of the world will not hurt your sensitivity, she wrote, When I think about you, I hope that your life is full of beautiful things. With these words as a mission statement, Soth began making his own book for his daughter. Soth writes, In photographing the city of her birth, I hope I've described some of the beauty in this hard place.Beauty makes itself known through ramshackle architecture, the companionship of animals, and the perseverance of the human spirit. Yet, in Dog Days, Bogota , Soths photographs transcend the simple description of beauty and poetically roam through a cast of strays, tough souls, and hints of hope. Alec Soth, born in 1969, is a photographer born and based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is the recipient of several major fellowships from the McKnight and Jerome Foundations and was awarded the 2003 Santa Fe Prize for Photography. His work is represented in major public and private collections, including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. Soths photographs have been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions, including the 2004 Whitney and Sao Paulo Biennials. His monographs Sleeping by the Mississippi and Niagara were published by Steidl. Soth is an associate photographer with Magnum Photos.
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12.18 USD
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In the follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut monograph Sleeping by the Mississippi , Alec Soth turns his eye to another iconic body of water, Niagara Falls. But, as with his photographs of the Mississippi, Soth's pictures of Niagara are less about natural wonder than human desire. I went to ...
Alec Soth: Niagara
In the follow-up to his critically acclaimed debut monograph Sleeping by the Mississippi , Alec Soth turns his eye to another iconic body of water, Niagara Falls. But, as with his photographs of the Mississippi, Soth's pictures of Niagara are less about natural wonder than human desire. I went to Niagara for the same reason as the honeymooners and suicide jumpers, says Soth, the relentless thunder of the Falls just calls for big passion. While the subject may be hot, these are quiet pictures. Using a large-format 8X10 camera, the photographs are rigorously composed and richly detailed. Working over the course of two years on both the American and Canadian sides of the Falls, the editing is tight and surprising. Soth depicts newlyweds and naked lovers, motel parking lots and pawn shop wedding rings. Throughout the book, Soth also includes a number of love letters from the subjects he photographed. We read about teenage crushes, workplace affairs, heartbreak and suicide. Oscar Wilde wrote of the Falls, The sight of the stupendous waterfall must be one of the earliest, if not the keenest, disappointments in American married life. In Soth's Niagara, we see both the passion and the disappointment. His pictures are a remarkable portrayal of modern love and it's aftermath.
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Alec Soth: Niagara

by Richard Ford, Philip Brookman, Alec Soth
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John Cohen was a founding member of the New Lost City Ramblers, one of the American folk revival's most authentic and respected musical groups. In the 1960s he made a series of photographs of the last years of Woody Guthrie's life, and early portraits of Bob Dylan on his arrival ...
John Cohen: Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie & the 1960s
John Cohen was a founding member of the New Lost City Ramblers, one of the American folk revival's most authentic and respected musical groups. In the 1960s he made a series of photographs of the last years of Woody Guthrie's life, and early portraits of Bob Dylan on his arrival in New York, depicting two titans of American music at opposite ends of their careers. In the process, Cohen portrayed one of the great moments of American folk music history. The book contains other images from the 1960s, including the music scenes at Washington Square and on MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village, images of Jerry Garcia and the musicians in San Francisco's Family Dog, as well as the psychedelic Sky River Rock festival. In 1970, Dylan requested Cohen make another set of color photographs of him with a camera that could take photographs from a block away. He was portrayed walking unrecognized on the streets of the city and at a farm in upstate New York. The photographs were used in Dylan's album Self Portrait.
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For the last three years--during the pontificates of both Pope John Paul II and Benedict XVI-- Matthias Schaller has gone inside the Vatican to photograph the rarely seen offices of the Roman Catholic cardinals. Using fifteenth-century iconography as a model, such as the portraits of cardinals Saint Hieronymus and Saint ...
Purple Desks
For the last three years--during the pontificates of both Pope John Paul II and Benedict XVI-- Matthias Schaller has gone inside the Vatican to photograph the rarely seen offices of the Roman Catholic cardinals. Using fifteenth-century iconography as a model, such as the portraits of cardinals Saint Hieronymus and Saint Augustine by Vittore Carpaccio, Schaller combines Renaissance tradition with the technology and conventions of contemporary art--for his works are portraits without a sitter. In this absorbing monograph, his subjects are revealed through our entree into their intimate chambers and through the subtle differences of their attendant accessories, forcing viewers to confront our own assumptions about who these men really are. It perhaps comes as no surprise that Schaller, who was born in Germany and now splits his time between New York and Venice, studied cultural anthropology before embarking on his career in photography.
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Purple Desks

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