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The photographs in this issue are by Harold Roth, the Douglas Brothers, Guy Aroche, Don Freeman, David Lachappelle, Steven Meisel, Guzman and Bert Stern. An editorial note states that the photographers and writer featured here have spent a signfiicant amount of time in New York, "experiencing the city in all of its guises--dangerous, sexy, comforting, boisterous, depressing, and most important of all, alive". The text is printed in Spanish and English. Very good .
Camera Obscura School of Art, established in 1978, and at the time of this publication, on its tenth anniversary, was the largest educational institution in Israel for the study of photography, video and cinema. The text is printed in Hebrew and English. Fine .
"This project was conceived to showcase some exciting photography, paper and printing". The twenty-page brochure involving photographs by John Casado, lithography by the Stinehour Press and Strathmore papers from the International Paper Company was intended to demonstrate that fine photography could be successfully reproduced on uncoated papers. Very good .
Edited by Michael Kohler, with texts by Zdenek Felix, Michael Kohler and Andreas Vowinckel on the art of photography during the 1980s.
"From the abundance of Post-Modern photographic strategies currently in use this book focuses upon what is surely the most spectacular: the 'constructed' photograph. The term refers to works of photography in which the motif has been staged especially for the picture and in which the respective artist, in addition to his role as a photographer, also plays the part of director, stage and costume designer, make-up artist and from time to time of performer as well." -- [Quoted from the dw blurb].
Includes works by Cindy Sherman, Jeff Koons, Tjarda Sixma, Teun Hocks, Joel-Peter Witkin, Sandy Skoglund, Bernard Faucon, Boyd Webb, Tom Drahos, Arthur Tress, Ellen Brooks, Berhard Prinz, Jan Groover, Tim Head, Peter Fischli & David Weiss, Winfred Evers, Barbara Kasten, among many others. Fine .
"Fully revised edition". Very good .
Among the contents of this issue of the Swiss cultural journal "Du" are illustrated articles on photographer Lucien Clergue, sculptor Robert Muller, and Swiss musicians under 40. The text is in German with a summary of the contents in English. Very good .
Among the contents of this issue of the Swiss cultural journal "Du" are a portfolio of photographs of Friday night at the mosque in San, Mali by Marli Shamir; photographs of humming birds by Willy Dolder and of the New York subway by Norman Snyder; and illustrated articles on conceptual art, Judaic art and Swiss folk art. The text is in German with a selective summary of the contents in English. Very good .
Among the contents of this issue of the Swiss cultural journal "Du" are reproductions of six drawings by Picasso; a portfolio of photographs of the Dutch Mennonites of Pennsylvania by George Tice; a selection of Japanese scroll paintings from the twelfth to the fourteenth century; and an illustrated article on the three colossal paintings by Niccolo Maria Rossi [1669-1755], executed for Count Aloys Thomas Harrach, Viceroy of Naples. The text is in German with a selective summary of the contents in English. Very good .
A wonderful illustrated catalog of the photography exhibitions taking place at galleries throughout Paris during the annual "Mois de la Photo".
Includes works by Walter Carone, Janine Niepce, Bert Stern, Luigi Ghirri, Gerard Malanga, John Kobal, Andy Warhol, Brigitte Maria Mayer, Steef Zoetmulder, Gottfried Helwein, and many many others. Fine .
717 items are catalogued, most of them with an illustration. The catalog includes a list of estimated prices in the rear, and a list of prices realized is laid in. Very good .
Inscribed by Ernest Rathenau on the front endpaper in the year of publication. Good .
The Fall volume of a projected work depicting the four seasons of the Territoire of Belfort, France. Other volumes were published in the preceding and following years.
"The Four Seasons of the Territoire: The towns of the Territoire de Belfort have been divided among the photographers. The project requires each of the photographers to produce, over a period of four years, one season per year, a body of photographic work concerning the landscape of the towns attributed to him." . Fine .
First edition. SCARCE.
Designed by Georgette Ballance with an essay by Cheryl Finley. Printed by Singer Printing Co. for Commerce Graphics Ltd, Inc. Very good .
Limited edition of 1,000 copies.
Abramson photographs "Disappearing Art(s)", part of a series of performances by the multimedia company CoAccident, led by Kirby Malone and Marshall Reese. She writes in an introductory note: "I mainly wanted to catch the flow of their energy, not for the sake of analytical study but as a direct reading of the performance at hand. Putting aside the conventions of 35mm and documentary photography, I became part of the event itself. I used continuous time exposures while hand-cranking the film through the camera.." . Very good .