The celebrated photographer Annie Leibovitz, author of the New York Times bestselling book A Photographer's Life, provides the stories, and technical description, of how some of her most famous images came to be. Starting in 1974, with her coverage of Nixon's resignation, and culminating with her controversial portraits of Q... read more
"Cut up, collaged, crayoned, and tagged with markers, the photos feel less like fixed, flattened documents than little time bombs about to explode."-Vince Aletti, Village Voice It's no wonder our 2003 Ben Watts monograph, Big Up, sold out before it was even released. Watts is internationally known for bringing the frenetic v... read more
Many of the worlds greatest pioneers, record- breakers, and achievers over the last century have been women. This anthology highlights some of the most accomplished women in the fields of sports, the arts, politics, social justice, and the sciences, in five accessible chapters. The work encompasses familiar names and unsung h... read more
Polo is not only a sport, it is a state on mind, a lifestyle, a value system, a philosophy of life. Polo is about courage, strength and speed, beauty, elegance and allure. This title explores them.
'An Edwardian Summer' presents a selection of Arthur Wigram Allen's Edwardian era photographs, depicting moments with family and friends, harbour excursions and new freedoms in fashion.
Presenting the spirit of Berlin, this book is a photographic journey into the city's history. Devastated by two world wars, divided during the Cold War, and liberated with the destruction of the wall, Berlin has survived extraordinary circumstances over the course of its history and emerged as a center of European power and c... read more
Abstract Earth will be released to coincide with a long-overdue retrospective exhibition of one of Australia's foremost landscape photographers, Richard Woldendorp. It showcases over 27 years of Woldendorp's best aerial photographs. Woldendorp captures the vastness of the Australian outback, our distinctive coastlines and our... read more
One of the 20th centuryÃ¢ÂÂs most celebrated image-makers, this collection, in a generously oversized format, focuses on Elliott ErwittÃ¢ÂÂs distinctive photographs of dogs. In a heartfelt and original tribute to manÃ¢ÂÂs best friend, this photographic master captures all the diversity of the canine kingdom. We witness ... read more
|Author:||Robert Flynn Johnson|
Anonymous photography has a magic all of its own. The intriguing images assembled here by collector and curator Robert Flynn Johnson are all mysterious, but their appeal is undeniable. Richly produced and with subtle tonalities marking their age, over 220 photographs showcase the work of photographers whose identities have be... read more
Internationally renowned photographer Bill Henson is a passionate and visionary explorer of twilight zones, between day and night, nature and civilization, youth and adulthood, male and female. He lives in Melbourne and is represented by national and international galleries and has regular exhibitions in Australia and overseas.
Edited and with Preface by Nadine Barth. Text by H.J.A. Hofland.
Maske is a Haitian kreyol word, meaning to wear a mask the wearing of masks being the subject of Galembos dark and thrilling photographs, showing masquerade performers in Nigeria, Benin, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Burkina Faso, Zambia and Haiti. Photographs of carnival characters, mostly rooted in African religion and spirituality,... read more
As Detroit's white middle class continues to abandon the city center for its dispersed suburbs, and its downtown high-rises empty out, these astounding images, which convey both the imperious grandeur of the city's architecture and its genuinely shocking decline, preserve a moment that warns us all of the transience of great epochs.
With a preface by P.J. Rourke, introduction by Yoko Ono New York in The 70s is a remarkable body of work produced by photographer Allan Tannenbaum while he was photo editor of the SoHo Weekly News in Manhattan. Based mainly on news and feature stories assigned by the paper, the photographs encompass many aspects of New Yor... read more
Lake Eyre occupies a vast mythological and real landscape - its basin makes up one sixth of the Australian continent and it is the 'inland sea' so many early explorers died trying to disover. But for most of the time the lake is empty, a vast salty desert plain. Only once in a generation when the great rains sweep in from Que... read more
A monograph devoted to Daido Moriyama, one of the pre-eminent names in contemporary Japanese photography. Seeing how he transforms the small, easily overlooked moments of everyday life into scenes of deep significance, the readers may be drawn into an investigation of reality in contemporary life.
American photographer Steve McCurry (b.1950) is universally recognized as one of today's finest image-makers and has won many of photography's top awards. This special limited-edition monograph brings together the most memorable and beautiful of his images, taken around the world over the last 30 years. McCurry's ability to c... read more
On 15 May 2012, Aday.org aims to create the most comprehensive photographic documentation of daily life ever made. During one single day, people in every country of the world will pick up their cameras to picture their daily life. Hundreds of thousands of photographers are expected to take part and share their perspectives. W... read more