The Waters of Our Time by Thomas Roma and Giancarlo T. Roma19 x 12.5 x 1.5 cm €20.00 Add to cart
In the Street: Chalk Drawings and Messages, New York City, 1938-1948 by Helen Levitt and Robert Coles28 x 23 x 1 cm €70.00 Add to cart
Hustlers by Philip-Lorca diCorcia
Between 1990 and 1992, Philip-Lorca diCorcia’s first solo exhibition. The show, entitled “Strangers” was accompanied by a museum catalog. Twenty years later, steidldangin publishes the series in its entirety. Hustlers is an empathetic yet melancholic poem of the Hollywood dream gone wrong, prescribing to the heavily-staged pictorialism and happenstance of street casting for which diCorcia is most widely recognized.
on Composition and Improvisation by Larry Fink
Larry Fink (born in Brooklyn, 1941) has been a professor at Yale University School of Art; Cooper Union School of Art and Architecture; Parsons the New School for Design; and Tyler School of Art, Temple University. Currently, he is a tenured professor of photography at Bard College. His work has been widely exhibited in the United States, including solo exhibitions at Light Gallery, New York; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge; Museum of Modern Art, New York; and San
Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Photography at MomA : 1960 To Now31 x 25 x 3 cm €71.00 Add to cart
Jazz : The iconic image by Ted Williams
– A monumental publication, Jazz is the definitive look at nearly thirty years of jazz music
– Unique access as the history of jazz unfolded
Magnum Photobook: The Catalogue Raisonné by Fred Ritchin and Carole Naggar
“Magnum Photobook is essentially a book about books, but look closer and it’s so much more than that.” —Amateur Photographer
“Beautifully illustrated and informative…a valuable reference.” —Library Journal
Diane Arbus : A BIOGRAPHY by Patricia Bosworth
”A classic, topsy-turvy fairy tale of New York. Patricia Bosworth is an industrious and competent biographer” Sunday Telegraph
Louis Faurer29.5 x 29.5 x 2.3 cm €50.00 Read more
The Lives of Lee Miller: Antony Penrose
• Lee Miller: 1927: New York. Classically beautiful, she is discovered by Condé Nast and immortalized by Steichen, Hoyningen-Huene, Horst, and other famous photographers.
• Lee Miller: 1929: Paris. Protégé and lover of Man Ray, she invents with him the solarization technique of photography and develops into a brilliant Surrealist photographer.
• Lee Miller: 1939-1945: Europe. She becomes a U.S. war correspondent and covers the liberation of Paris. Her photographs of the Dachau concentration camp shock the world.
These are but three of the many lives of Lee Miller, intimately recorded here by her son, Antony Penrose, whose years of work on her photographic archives unearthed a rich selection of her finest work, including portraits of her friends Picasso, Braque, Ernst, Eluard, and Miró. To these are added many other photos that complement Penrose’s highly readable biography of this uniquely talented artist.