Written by Tibor Kalman
(un)FASHION scans the globe to show how real people dress: at work and at play, on the streets, and for ceremonial occasions. This witty, eye-popping book offers a delightfully unconventional view of contemporary fashion as seen in the creative ways that people around the world adorn their bodies.
Written by Iseki, Nobuo
To shoot a good skate photo, you need to have the right taste and eye, but most of all you need precise skill. In this sense, Iseki has been a leading figure in the skateboarding photography in Japan in the past 10 plus years, and 01-10 SKATEBOARDING PHOTOS is the book only Iseki can create.
Written by Johansen, Bjarke
The female form has been a central theme in art for as long as there has been some form of artistic expression. This new title is a worthy addition to that veritable canon that celebrates feminine grace and strength. Compiled over a period of seven years, this volume of photographs is a visual tribute to the women of Denmark--to their womanly beauty and integrity as individuals.
Written by Gibson, David
This celebration of contemporary street photography in all its edgy, strange, beautiful, haunting, colorful, and humorous glory brings together the work of a new generation of talented artists. Over the past few decades, the long tradition of street photography has been wholly transformed by the proliferation of digital cameras, the Internet, and smartphones.
The year 1945 is without equal in the history of the20th century. It is the year that marked the end ofthe Second World War and with it the "Third Reich."The liberation of Germany and Europe from themurderous grip of National Socialism and fascism alsoset the stage for a new world order.The historical milestones of the year--from the liberation
Written by Author
From Ansel Adams to Piet Zwart: The Museum Ludwig's handbook of photography in the 20th century "Defining images of photographic art in this century which kept me turning the 750+ pages with enthusia
Written by Sischy, Ingrid
The renowned photographer Catherine Opie takes on a challenging documentary project an indirect portrait of Elizabeth Taylor through her home and possessions. One of America s most celebrated living photographers, Catherine Opie works in series that are remarkably varied inboth style and subject matter from intimate portraits of the
All 82 photographs included in this two-volume set date from the Second World War; none were taken by professional photographers. In the back of each volume the images are exhibited at their actual size, showing front and back. In the front sections, the images are enlarged. This edit provides a guidebook to the stratified emotions of warfare.
Written by National Geographic
Featuring the most liked, commented on, and favorite photos from National Geographic s iconic Instagram account, @NatGeo is a winning combination of expertly curated and favorite National Geographic photographs from the account.