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    “Timeless and yet a body of work very much of its own post-modern time” (Danto): In a series of photographs evoking B-movies, French New Wave cinema and the films of Hitchcock, Cindy Sherman portrays herself in a variety of guises as stereotypical female characters

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    Iconic photobook of the sixties

  • 500,00 DKK

    Copenhagen: Gl. Strand & Paris: Fondation Cartier, 2007. Large heavy 4to, no jacket as issued. 452 pages, richly illustrated, complete with two CDs included. Text in English. Some edgewear – a little bit denting to lower spine, see photos – , overall a clean and very good and clean copy

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    Copenhagen: Hans Reitzel, 1969. Oblong8vo. Unpaginated with 14 pages text and 98 photoillustrated pages with high contrast black and white photographs. Discoloring and wear to edges of cover. Week in hinges but most pages still holding. Original pice sticker to back cover (12.50 kr). All in all a good to…

  • 700,00 DKK

    San Francisco: Fraenkel Gallery, 2004. Oblong octavo hardcover in slipcase. An accordion-styled fold-out with the books in the collection of Arbus with a booklet in pocket at end. Fine copy with only most minimal shelfwear First edition. A fascinating look at the books and items from Diane Arbus’s personal library

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    “One of the highlights of 20th century photographic literature” . – “When Diane Arbus died in 1971 at the age of 48, she was already a significant influence-even a legend-among serious photographers, although only a small number of her pictures were widely known. The publication of Diane Arbus : An Aperture Monograph in 1972, and the posthumous retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art, offered the public its first encounter with Arbus’ achievements”

    One of the best and most copied photobooks of all

  • 700,00 DKK

    Bellocq , E. J. – Friedlander, Lee. – Sontag, Susan (foreword). – Szarkowski, John (ed.): . BELLOCQ: Photographs from Storyville, the Red Light District of New Orleans. London: Jonathan Cape, 1996. Large square hardback with the excellent, pictorial dust-jacket. 84 pages, illustrated throughout. Fine, clean attractive copy Around the year…

  • 199,00 DKK

    Space Poetry, 2005. 4to. Original black and white photoillustrated wrappers. Unpaginated. New copy.

  • 600,00 DKK

    Ed Ruscha Photographer. Steidl, (2006). Red 8vo hardcover with a tipped-in photograph.184 pages with 214 illustrations. Fine copy First edition (stated) “Although known for his paintings and drawings, California artist Ed Ruscha has also attracted critical attention for his photography. (…) Ed Ruscha, Photographer, depart from earlier books to explore…

  • 950,00 DKK

    “For 40 years, Edward Ruscha has been an influential voice in postwar American painting as well as one of contemporary art’s most significant graphic artists. From his first prints and artist’s books made in the early 1960s to his latest projects, Ruscha has created a body of editioned work that is uniquely American in both subject and sensibility. He first began making prints in the late 1950s, and produced his first lithograph in 1962, which was soon followed by his landmark book, Twenty-six Gasoline Stations. Throughout the 1960s and 1970s, Ruscha continued to publish similar books, filled with photographs depicting commonplace items or locations that commented on the sterility and anonymity of the Los Angeles landscape. These works are now considered pivotal in the history of the contemporary artist’s book”

  • 300,00 DKK

    Distributed in UK with sticker to titlepage and spine Aidan Ellis Publishing 1974 but else identical to New York: Ballantine Books / E. P. Dutton, 1970. Gray hardcover boards with white spine lettering. Complete with the metallic silver priceclipped dustjacket with black lettering and illustration. Unpaginated, around 150 pages. Illustrated…

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    Edited by David Travis: Edward Weston: The Last Years in Carmel. The Art Institute of Chicago and Distributed Art Publishers, New York, 2001. 27.5 x 28.5 cm. Quarto hardcover with jacket. 144 pages, richly illustrated with 108 tritone reproductions. Fine clean attractive copy in a protected dustjacket First edition