Sergio Larrain

@ Larrain, Sergio

978-2365110204

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Ouvrage de référence sur le photographe chilien Sergio Larrain (Magnum Photos), qui - bien que n'ayant été actif qu'entre 1949 et 1971 - restera comme l'un des grands maîtres de la photographie de rue et du noir et blanc.

L'artiste a été honoré d'une rétrospective aux Rencontres d'Arles 2013 et une exposition différente présente son travail (jusqu'au 22 décembre) à la Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson à Paris.

Cet recueil imposant, élégant et très bien imprimé parcourt l'ensemble de la carrière de l'artiste dans le monde entier; les villes de Valparaiso et Londres qui ont donné lieu à deux monographies, mais aussi l'île de Chiloé, Buenos Aires, la Bolivie et le Pérou, Paris, etc.

Cet ouvrage très documenté, dirigé par Agnès Sire, qui eut une longue correspondance avec l'artiste, nous parle également de l'homme, de son attachement à l'humanité et à sa survie, de son retrait du monde dans la méditation. On retrouve dans ce livre des facs-similés de carnets de notes et de dessins de Sergio Larrain ainsi que de nombreux autres documents et éléments historiques venant illustrer sa carrière et sa vie, pour une meilleure compréhension de l'oeuvre et de l'homme.

Note to the book collectors : The copies offered here are of the second printing of this title (October 2013) which cannot be differentiated from the 1st

380 pages - Hardcover, no DJ (with vertical band / OBI on the back cover - see photo)

Éditions Xavier Barral, 2013

New - Mint condition

NB : This book is very heavy and will be perfectly protected to get to you as described.

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Larrain, Sergio

Sergio Larrain was a Chilean photographer (1931-2012); he his most famous for his emblematic work of the cities and the streets of Valparaíso and Santiago. This work was published in two very important books: El rectángulo en la mano (Cadernos Brasileiros, 1963) and Valparaíso (Hazan, 1991 - A collaboration with poet Pablo Neruda). © René Burri / Magnum
  • .In stock (both versions - see below).Presentation by Editions Xavier Barral : "Published in 1963, this book is Sergio Larrain's very first publication, that would soon become a seminal work for Chilean and Latin American photography. Published in the Cadernos Brasileiros series, in collaboration with the poet and cultural attaché at the Brazilian embassy...

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  • .Copy sold.Text on the back cover: "Valparaiso était le premier port rencontré par les navires ayant croisé le cap Horn ou le détroit de Magellan. C'était une sorte de station spatiale sur la planète Mars, qu'on atteignait après avoir lutté contre vents et marées, jamais certains d'atteindre la fin du voyage. Neruda habitait une maison dominant le baie....

  • Publisher's presentation: "Sergio Larrain published only four books in his lifetime, and Valparaíso (1991) is the most memorable of them all. This new edition faithfully follows the unpublished layout designed by Larrain, as a response to the book published two years earlier by Hazan. For the first time, this version presents more than 80 unpublished...

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