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Titel
  • Magnum 11
Medium Zeitschrift, Magazin
Techn. Angaben
  • keine weiteren Angaben vorhanden
TitelNummer
003901000
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Verfasser
Titel
  • M 1
Ort Land
Verlag Jahr
Medium Zeitschrift, Magazin
Techn. Angaben
  • 33x24 cm, ISBN/ISSN 17662877
Stichwort
TitelNummer
000988018
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Titel
  • Magnum 30
Ort Land
Medium Zeitschrift, Magazin
Techn. Angaben
  • keine weiteren Angaben vorhanden
Stichwort
TitelNummer
000992000
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pakt-nr-4

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Titel
  • Pakt, Nr. 4/94
Ort Land
Verlag Jahr
Medium Zeitschrift, Magazin
Techn. Angaben
  • 36 S., 29,7x21 cm, 2 Stück. keine weiteren Angaben vorhanden
    Drahtheftung
Sprache
Geschenk von Joachim Schmid
TitelNummer
006074031
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parr-playas

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Titel
  • Playas
Verlag Jahr
Medium Buch
Techn. Angaben
  • [64] S., 21x13,8 cm, keine weiteren Angaben vorhanden
    Hardcover
ZusatzInfos
  • From Magnum: "Between 2006 and 2008 Martin Parr documented the differences in beach culture between Latin American countries whilst traveling with his wife Susie. Her text accompanies the photos in the book. The book is printed to look purposely cheap, with noticeable imperfections, somewhat like a book you'd find in a 99 cent store, complete with offset colors and gaudy clip-art style graphics.
    This book was not distributed in the United States
Stichwort
TitelNummer
009711331
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parr-bad-weather

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Titel
  • Bad Weater
Verlag Jahr
Medium Buch
Techn. Angaben
  • 90 S., 24,8x18,2 cm, ISBN/ISSN 9781935004332
    Hardcover mit Leineneinband und Schutzumschlag.
ZusatzInfos
  • Reprint der Erstausgabe von 1982. Martin Parr's Bad Weather is the debut book from Britain's most world-renown and prolific photographers. Armed with wry humor (and a water-proof camera), Parr captured the social landscape of the UK during downpours, snow storms and the most challenging elements. Published in 1982, Bad Weather has been long out of print and is one of Parr's most sought after books. Books on Books #17 offers an in-depth study of this important photobook including a new essay by Thomas Weski called Even the Queen Gets Wet.
    Text von der Webseite.
Weitere Personen
Sprache
TitelNummer
025586707
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goldsmith-capital

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Titel
  • Capital of the 20th Century
Verlag Jahr
Medium Buch
Techn. Angaben
  • 913 S., 27x19x5 cm, ISBN/ISSN 9781784781569
    Hardcover, in Schuber,mit Metallfolie kaschiert, Prägedruck
ZusatzInfos
  • Acclaimed artist Kenneth Goldsmith’s thousand-page beautiful homage to New York City. Here is a kaleidoscopic assemblage and poetic history of New York: an unparalleled and original homage to the city, composed entirely of quotations. Drawn from a huge array of sources—histories, memoirs, newspaper articles, novels, government documents, emails—and organized into interpretive categories that reveal the philosophical architecture of the city, Capital is the ne plus ultra of books on the ultimate megalopolis.
    It is also a book of experimental literature that transposes Walter Benjamin’s unfinished magnum opus of literary montage on the modern city, The Arcades Project, from 19th-century Paris to 20th-century New York, bringing the streets to life in categories such as “Sex,” “Commodity,” “Downtown,” “Subway,” and “Mapplethorpe.”
    Capital is a book designed to fascinate and to fail—for can a megalopolis truly be written? Can a history, no matter how extensive, ever be comprehensive? Each reading of this book, and of New York, is a unique and impossible passage.
Weitere Personen
Sprache
TitelNummer
026050717
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positions-dagata

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Titel
  • Position(s)
Verlag Jahr
Medium Buch
Techn. Angaben
  • [124] S., 18x13,5 cm, ISBN/ISSN 9782954197401
    Broschur, Buchrücken aufklappbar, gefaltetes Plakat in eingeklebter Papierhülle, Posterformat 85,4x64cm, in Schutzhülle mit Aufkleber
ZusatzInfos
  • A journal written at the third person that seeks to depict Antoine d’Agata’s quest – the inexorable course from void to void.A literary and photographic experiment where words, sometimes descriptive, sometimes poetic, intersect with images in a narrative continuity. An example of the photographer’s existential choice and form of resistance which leads toward the subject’s disappearance and the ego’s negation within the neutral spectrum of the image while insisting on an intimate involvement with its matter and a perfect superposition of art and life. The pictures have been treated and reduced to the simple black and white contrast, following the main axis of this editorial project: shaplessness and the sense of fading-out. This flattening to a drawing effect releases the image as a shadow, a border between a recognizable sign and a blurry, ambiguous one, so that the photograph is both “trace” and “other”. The book, whose main language is English, also foresees a separate and folded poster, including texts in French on one side and, for the first time, in Italian on the other printed on a background colour image. The two languages allow to include texts in their original version, but allude as well to the artist’s double origins. In line with the book, the poster also reflects d’Agata’s search direction towards the interlacing of word and image and it finally refers to the idea of a topographic description of passions. Member of the Magnum agency, Antoine d’Agata (1961) is one of the most influential photographers of his generation. He lives in both Paris and Marseilles and he works around the world. He is represented by the gallery Les Filles du Calvaire, Paris.
    Text von der Webseite.
Stichwort
Geschenk von Giuliana Prucca
TitelNummer
026565729
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