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  1. American Prospects,by Joel Sternfeld

    American Prospects

    Joel Sternfeld
    $174.48
    American Prospects" is Joel Sternfeld's landmark first book of ironic color photographs. A most handsome copy of the hardbound Times Books first edition (cited on pages 34-35 of Martin Parr and Gerry Badger's "The Photobook: A History Volume II", pages 338-339 of The Hasselblad Center's "The Open Book, page 60
  2. America & Alfred Stieglitz - A collective Portrait,by Alfred Stieglitz / Waldo Frank / Lewis Mumford / Dorothy Norman a.o.

    America & Alfred Stieglitz - A collective Portrait

    Alfred Stieglitz / Waldo Frank / Lewis Mumford / Dorothy Norman a.o.
    $40.71
    New Revised Edition 1979 Remarkable collection of essays written by 25 contributors in 1934 as a tribute to Sieglitz on his 70th birthday. 40 b/w photos by Stieglitz and work by other artists. Edited by Waldo Frank, Lewis Mumford, Dorothy Norman, Paul Rosenfeld and Harold Rugg.
  3. Looking at Photographs: 100 Pictures from the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art,by John Szarkowski

    Looking at Photographs: 100 Pictures from the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art

    John Szarkowski
    $29.08
    Szarkowski shows us the aesthetics and historical development of photography. Some of these photographs are well loved favorites, but many are surprising little-known works by unknown photographers of the past.
  4. Useful Photography 009,by Erik Kessels / Hans Aarsman / Hans van der Meer

    Useful Photography 009

    Erik Kessels / Hans Aarsman / Hans van der Meer
    $58.16
    Photography is especially useful when it is aimed at helping the unskilled take better photographs. Useful Photography #009 examines the world of photography manuals and celebrates the pictures used to help us understand our cameras, take better pictures and identify our disastrous mistakes. Collected & edited by Hans Aarsman, Claudie de Cleen, Julian Germain, Erik Kessels, Hans van der Meer.
  5. De Noordzee,by Esther Scholten

    De Noordzee

    Esther Scholten
    $11.63
    Selection of photographs from the Fotocollectie Nederland about the Dutch and the Sea. Photographs by Carel Blazer, Emmy Andriesse, Rineke Dijkstra, Ad Windig, Bernard Eilers, a.o.
  6. Brassai. Vom Surrealismus zum Informel,by Brassai / Manuel J. Borgja-Villel / Margit Zuckrieg / Veit Loers

    Brassai. Vom Surrealismus zum Informel

    Brassai / Manuel J. Borgja-Villel / Margit Zuckrieg / Veit Loers
    $34.90
    German edition of the exhibition catalogue published by Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona, accompanying the exhibitions at Rupertinum, Salzburger Landessammlungen and Museum Friedericianum. Nice overview of Brassai's work.
  7. Bill Brandt: A Retrospective Exhibition,by Bill Brandt

    Bill Brandt: A Retrospective Exhibition

    Bill Brandt
    $34.90
    Octagon Gallery exhibition catalogue marking the occasion of the opening of the Royal Photographic Society National Centre of Photography. Curated by David Mellor and Valerie Lloyd. Fascinating introduction by David Mellor followed by 27 full-page black and white plates, list of photographs exhibited and footnotes to Mellor's essay.
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    Rond de peel

    Martien Coppens
    $104.69
    Fine black/white plates after original photographs by Martien Coppens, featuring portraits of local people of "De Peel", a poor rural district of North-Brabant Province, The Netherlands. A famous photo record featuring portraits of simple dutch peasants and their families, males and females.
  9. GYPSIES,by Josef Koudelka

    GYPSIES

    Josef Koudelka
    $209.38
    Joseph Koudelka's photographs aim at a visul distillation of a pattern of human values: a pattern that involves theater, large gesture, brave style, precious camarderie and bitter loneliness. The pattern and texture of his pictures form the silent equivalent of an epic drama. Koudelka's pictures seem to concern themselves with prototypical rituals, and a theater of ancient and unchangeable fables. Their motive is perhaps not psychological but religious. Perhaps they describe not the small and cherished differences that distinguish each of us from all others, but the prevailing circumstance that encloses us." John Szarkowski, Director,Department of PhotographyThe Museum of Modern Art
  10. Amsterdam Tijdens den Hongerwinter,by Max Nord / Emmy Andriesse / Cas Oorthuys

    Amsterdam Tijdens den Hongerwinter

    Max Nord / Emmy Andriesse / Cas Oorthuys
    $139.58
    Introduction by Max Nord. The images come from the photographers from 'De ondergedoken camera'. Photographers for example; Emmy Andriesse, Cas Oorthuys, Ad Windig, Krijn Taconis and others.
  11. De Arbeidersfotografen: Camera En Crisis In de Jaren '30,by Flip Bool / Jeroen de Vries

    De Arbeidersfotografen: Camera En Crisis In de Jaren '30

    Flip Bool / Jeroen de Vries
    $23.26
    Interesting book on photography by the workings in the '30s.
  12. Tichy: Dedicated to the women of Kyjov,by Miroslav Tichy / Roman Buxbaum / Harald Szeemann

    Tichy: Dedicated to the women of Kyjov

    Miroslav Tichy / Roman Buxbaum / Harald Szeemann
    $93.06
    A collection of the late Czech photographer's surreptitiously taken photos of women with informative background about the artist and his work by the contributors.
  13. Met ons gaat alles goed,by Daniel Koning

    Met ons gaat alles goed

    Daniel Koning
    $9.31
    Picture book with 48 b/w photographs of examples of Dutch "cosiness" at amusement parks, at the beach, etc.;
  14. Jan Versnel (Monographs on Dutch photographers),by Solange de Boer / Maarten Kloos

    Jan Versnel (Monographs on Dutch photographers)

    Solange de Boer / Maarten Kloos
    $40.71
    Volume of the series Monographs on Dutch photographers, on Jan Versnel.
  15. Zürcher Bewegung Band 32. ,by Olivia Heussler / Malou Muralt / Dieter Oswald / Daniel Schäublin / Andi Zai

    Zürcher Bewegung Band 32.

    Olivia Heussler / Malou Muralt / Dieter Oswald / Daniel Schäublin / Andi Zai
    $93.06
    with numerous illustrations by Olivia Heussler. The cover shows the destroyed clock with the thrown stone still in it. The picture went around the world. The appendix contains a chronicle of the "Zurich movement" of 30 May-31 December 1980.

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