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    SOCIAL KUNST 8 with PHOTO MONTAGE by HEARTFIELD. Copenhagen, Mondes Forlag, 1932 Original printed wrappers as issued. (30) pp. With original photomontage covers and 5 further montages by Heartfield. Also included works by Moholy-Nagy, Lissitsky among others. One page a bit loose and one page with two tears to edges.…

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    “In the history of photography, that is to say the history of photography according to the art museum, color photography became an artistically viable medium around the early 1970s, with the emergence of such photographers as Stephen Shore and William Eggleston. However, in 1948 the Danish photographer Keld Helmer-Petersen prefigured their work by two decades or so…his aim was to make pictures that would only work in color, and not in black and white…he achieved his ends in a similar way to Shore or Eggleston, by concentrating on the mundane and the everyday…it deserves credit as a singular, remarkably early and largely successful attempt to make color photography work” Martin Parr & Gerry Badger in The Photobook, A History

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    Edited by Elena Filipovic, Elena. Brussels / Milan / Copenhagen: WIELS Contemporary Art Centre / Mousse in collaboration with the Kunsthal Charlottenborg, 2012. 4to in printed wraps as issued. 144 pages, richly illustrated. Text in English. 1. edition. Light edgewear. Clean copy. Overall very good. Includes texts by Elena Filipovic…

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    345,00 kr.

    “Richard Avedon – Photographs 1946-2004”. Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2007. Tall 4to hardcover, with dustjacket. 192 pages with 128 photos, hereof 2 in color and 126 in Triplex print. Texts by Helle Crenzien, Geoff Dyer, Jeffrey Fraenkel, Rune Gade, Michael Juul Holm, Christoph Ribbat, Judith Thurman et al. Fine…

  • 169,00 kr.

    “Tillmans’ photographic explorations of human connection and tangibility in dialogue with our new virtual present: The observation of people—their bodies, movements, relation to surroundings—lies at the core of the diverse oeuvre that German photographer Wolfgang Tillmans (born 1968) has amassed over the past three decades. Today, these haptic relations and interactions are undergoing massive shifts in light of the COVID-19 pandemic and technological change, as the necessity of social distancing and the migration of everyday life into virtual space transforms how we interact with one another. Wolfgang Tillmans: Sound Is Liquid reflects on the photographer’s oeuvre against the backdrop of these societal developments. Accompanying an exhibition at the Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig (MUMOK) in Vienna, Austria, this catalog features a wide selection of Tillmans’ work from his early photographs produced in the pop-culture milieu of the 1990s to his acclaimed photographic abstractions, his high-resolution images of the globalized and digitalized reality of the early 21st century, and photos taken shortly before and during the coronavirus pandemic.”