This world premiere is an aesthetic sensation. Since his student days in the early 50s, American painter and sculptor Cy Twombly, one of the greatest artists alive today, has concerned himself with photography. In this volume, he presents his photographic work of 50 years to the public for the first time ever.
Cy Twombly's photographs are a late revelation. The painter, world-famous for his scribbled abstract paintings and his nervous drawings, has been a prolific photographer from his early student days. In this late stage of his career, he unveils his poetic treasures step by step.
Declaring Independence is the fourth in David Graham's trilogy of photographic books about the American cultural landscape. Unable to stop searching the country for the odd, unusual and colorful, Graham has continued on his quest to find out how Americans express themselves through their environments.
In this sweeping account, renowned historian Linda Gordon charts Lange?s journey from polio-ridden child to wife and mother, to San Francisco portrait photographer, to chronicler of the Great Depression and World War II.
Between 1963 and 1978 Ed Ruscha produced eighteen small artists? books. Usually self-published in small print-runs, these publications have become seminal works in the history of conceptual art and the photography book. THEN & NOW is the first artist book that Ruscha has made since 1978.
With the intent of capturing the essence of the Italian personality, de.MO has commissioned Elliott Erwitt, the wittiest of renowned photographers, to create Flip o Rama: Italia, a unique collection of flip books. From a girl eating ice cream, to Massimo Ferragamo with his kids, to Valentino in his studio in Rome, Erwitt's photos reveal a collection of delightful characters.