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Presenting Los Angeles, necessarily, as a city of dualities — beautiful and squalid, ultra-modern and suspended in time — Both Sides of Sunset is a collection of photographs by artists both canonical and contemporary that showcases a Los Angeles few have seen before. - Edited by Jane Brown, Marla Hamburg Kennedy- 288 pages- Hardback- © 2015 Metropolis Books- Printed by Oceanic Graphic International This item is non-returnable. Fit Comments Approximate measurements: 13" x 11". mab732as00
Juergen Teller: Woo! follows a 2013 exhibition of the same name at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London, in which the famed photographer covered a space with 'tear sheets' from shoots spanning over 20 years of his commercial photography. Inspired by the complex visual relationships formed by this juxtaposition, Teller began development of a corresponding book, featuring not only familiar advertising work but also family portraits, personal projects, landscapes, and more collaged chaotically together in an entirely new visual presentation. - Design: Juergen Teller and Peter Miles- 336 pages- Paperback- © 2013 Steidl- Printed in Germany This item is non-returnable. Fit Comments Approximate measurements: 10" x 13". mab520as00
Renowned for her imaginitive use of stainless steel, legendary French furniture designer Maria Pergay is one of her field's most groundbreaking and imaginitive voices, having created works for such noted figures as Pierre Cardin and the Saudi Royal family. With her career entering its sixth decade, Maria Pergay: Complete Works 1957-2010 explores the canon of Pergay's most iconic designs, developed in collaboration with the artist herself. - Edited by Suzanne Demisch, Stephanie Danant- 325 pages- Hardback- © Damiani- Printed in Italy This item is non-returnable. Fit Comments Approximate measurements: 10" x 12". mab740as00
Following an exhibit at the 2015 Venice Biennale, Dansaekhwa with Lee Ufan explores the Dansaekhwa painting movement of the 1970s in context and conversation with works by Korean minimalist painter and sculptor Lee Ufan. - Edited by Yongwoo Lee- Introduction by Lee Ufan; foreword by Hyunsook Lee- 75 pages- Hardback- © 2015 Kukje Gallery- Printed in Italy This item is non-returnable. Fit Comments Approximate measurements: 10" x 12". mab774as00
Blending the artist's personal life with the familiar qualities of his famed commercial work, Juergen Teller: The Keys to the House is a sun-drenched glimpse into the photographer's life in Suffolk, England, featuring family portraits, landscapes, and the occasional appearance of a fashion icon. - Design: Peter Miles, Juergen Teller- 128 pages- Hardback- © 2012 Steidl- Printed in Germany This item is non-returnable. Fit Comments Approximate measurements: 9" x 12". mab833as00
This volume features iconic and never-before-seen work of legendary British photographer Terence Donovan. Throughout his 40-year career as a photographer for renowned publications including Vogue, Marie Claire, Harper's Bazaar, and Elle, Donovan produced portraits of numerous prominent figures in entertainment, business, art, and politics, with such notable subjects as Yasser Arafat, Princess Diana, Sophia Loren, Twiggy, Cindy Crawford, and Sean Connery. In addition to his famous portraits, this book offers readers a rare glimpse into Donovan's methodology and style, with reproductions of his magazine spreads, diary pages, and contact sheets. By Terence Donovan. Edited by Diana Donovan and David Hillman. Foreword by Philippe Garner. Published by Damiani. (September 27, 2016.) Hardcover. 176 pages. 10.00" length x 0.75" width x 11.75" height (approximately). ISBN: 9788862084826.
This book is filled with images from a spontaneous photo shoot of the charismatic Andy Warhol and his group at the peak of its fame. Published for the first time, these dynamic black and white photographs, all taken over a four-day period in the spring of 1966, reveal a body of work lost for 50 years and finally resurfaced. Written by Kevin Moore. Photographs by Larry Fink. Published by Damiani. (April 25, 2017.) Hardcover. 128 pages. 10" length x 1" width x 12" height (approximately). ISBN: 9788862085151.
Businessman, art collector, philanthropist, and photographer Jean Pigozzi has been a selfie enthusiast for more than 40 years. As seen in these stunning black and white pages, Pigozzi has mastered the art of turning the camera around to capture himself, often guest-starring such famous names as Mick Jagger, Lady Gaga, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Photographed by Jean Pigozzi. Published by Damiani. (September 26, 2017.) Hardcover. 168 pages. 5.80" length x 0.90" width x 8.00" height (approximately). ISBN: 9788862085502.
Filled with 336 pages of inspirational and humorous quotes by and about gay, lesbian, and transgender people, this work serves as a celebration of Britain's strides in advancing gay rights over the past 50 years, and provides insight into the prejudice and oppression that sparked the battle. Complete with stunning photography and illustrations, prominent figures and gay icons from the worlds of sports, entertainment, fashion, business, science, politics, and the arts share their perspective on subjects including coming out, equality, bullying, homophobia, labels, love, sex, and marriage. Edited by Christopher Tinker. Introduction by Simon Callow. Published by National Portrait Gallery. (November 22, 2016.) Hardcover. 336 pages. 8.00" length x 1.00" width x 6.25" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781855147256.
In this volume featuring about 300 never-before-seen photographs of artist Yves Klein, Matthias Koddenberg provides audiences with in-depth insight into the renowned artist's work and life. With photographs that offer a behind-the-scenes look at his numerous performances and iconic works, as well as private photographs taken by Yves Klein and his wife, Rotraut, art enthusiasts won't want to miss this one-of-a-kind collection. Edited by Matthias Koddenberg. Graphic design by Eva Dalg. Picture editing by Christian Demare. English translation by Aymone Rassaerts and Stefan Hollstein. Published by D.A.P./Verlag Kettler. (November 22, 2016.) Hardcover. 300 pages. 8.25" length x 1.00" width x 11.25" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781942884095.
Nick Brandt: Inherit The Dust chronicles the desolate parts of East Africa where animals no longer roam. Featuring two essays by the author, this hardcover volume gives readers a close look at this often overlooked region. By Nick Brandt. Published by Edwynn Houk Editions; First Edition. (February 21, 2016.) Hardcover with jacket. 124 pages. 15.25" length x 1.00" width x 13.25" height (approximately). ISBN: 9780692520543.
This monograph is an in-depth view of the world's fastest land mammal, the regal cheetah. The work features a stunning collection of images taken by American photographer Mark Segal, each showing the animal in all of its fierce and fragile glory. By Mark Segal. Published by Damiani. (April 25, 2017.) Hardcover. 240 pages. 14.25" length x 1.25" width x 9.75" height (approximately). ISBN: 9788862085236. Mark Segal will donate all of his profits from the sale of this book to cheetah conservation, notably the Cheetah Conservation Fund in Namibia.