N/A - AV0188
Publisher's presentation :
"The issue #0 of our artist magazine featuring the work of 8 artists we love."
First issue of a new "magazine" presented as a Leporello. On one side, 8 photographs by 8 different artists : Michele Tagliaferri, Lieko Shiga, Bernardita Morello, Gregory Halpern, Marten Lange, Miren Pastor, Ricardo Cases and Go Itami. On the back, a text by Leonardo Tagliaferri.
16 pages - Softcover
Format 19 x 27 cm
New - Mint condition
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.Sold out!. Presentation by Kominek: "Hallucinatory flashes of the Berlin underworld permeate through the pages of this collective work by Japanese artists Daisuke Yokota,Yoshi Kametani and Hiroshi Takizawa. A collaboration of night work in a city that never sleeps; the photographers pass like ghosts through all manner of places; forests, strip clubs,...
.Sold out.The project of this book, co-sponsored by the ICP (International Center of Photography, New York), the "Photobooks" Facebook group and the Tokyo Institute of Photography, was to ask 10 people who are authorities in the photobook genre to select each 10 American photobooks published after 1987. The result is a rich catalogue of photobooks, some...
.Sold out.10 curators from the photography and photobook world each choose 10 Japanese books they feel important in the history of the medium, and comment on their choices... with a lot of illustrations. Edited by Matthew Carson, Michael Lang, Russet Lederman and Olga Yatskevich. Published by "10×10 Photobooks" in association with ICP (International...
(Altre) Avventure di Pinocchio
Presentation on the website of the photographer Lorenzo Tricoli (excerpt) : "An original tale of Italy’s XXth Century. Italy’s XXth Century is narrated through extracts of Carlo Collodi’s novel, matched to a selection of Italian images coming from the web. An artist photobook, surreal and conceptual. An angry and ironic piece of art. « The real...
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Présentation de l'éditeur : [traduction L'Ascenseur Végétal] "After editing a selection of photographs from Cecilia’s countless family albums, the authors turned the material into a find-the-pair game. Heavily cropped portraits of the young girl together with animals, toys, ice creams, costumes, laughter and tears give a delicate and sincere glimpse...
Publisher's presentation : "That it is not about «hurried» photography, not really about contemplation, but as Ezio D'Agostino says himself, «about a photographic process which derives from my archaeology training». This means confronting time and pacting with it. The archaeologist, such as the photographer, divides the territory so that he can better...