Documentary Photo Collections
Expedition Svalbard: Lost Views on the Shorelines of Economy
Expedition Svalbard
Lost Views on the Shorelines of Economy
Hardcover      ISBN: 3869305908
In September 2011, a group of scientists, artists and writers embarked on an expedition to North-West Svalbard, the northern extremity of Norway. Travelling on a ship, the M/S Stockholm, each of them recorded the event from their own professional and personal perspective. The aim of the expedition was to discuss the discourse of the voyage regarding the environment and our relation to the land and nature.
Brooklyn: A Personal Memoir: With the Lost Photographs of David Attie
Brooklyn
A Personal Memoir: With the Lost Photographs of David Attie
Hardcover      ISBN: 1936941112
In 2001, The Little Bookroom published Truman Capote's long-out-of-print homage to Brooklyn,A House in the Heights. In 2014, more than fifty years after they were taken, the original photographs commissioned to illustrate the piece have been discovered by the photographer's son. Also found among the negatives were portraits of Capote taken on that same day; none of the photos have ever been published. Now, in a new edition with a new title,Brooklyn: A Personal Memoir With the lost photographs of David Attie, the words and images will be united for the first time. The images of Brooklyn provide a stunning and atmospheric visual portrait of the city in 1959--its building, shops, street life, lost moments-- a Brooklyn at once strangely familiar yet largely vanished: horse-drawn wagons delivering produce to housewives, kids swimming in the East River and getting into mischief on the docks, dimly-lit bars, vintage signs, little girls jumping rope, bricklayers, barbers, neighborhood characters, all set against a backdrop of period architecture, that spectacular bridge, and the skyline of Manhattan. The essay itself brings to life the landscape that was for the author a world of grand homes and dimly recalled gentility, of mysterious warehouses and menacing street thugs, a garden overhung with wisteria, and the famous Promenade and waterfront--all rendered in his deft and stylish prose. Originally commissioned for Holiday magazine by John Knowles (later the author of A Separate Peace), the piece remained one of his favorites--especially its surprise ending. At the time, George Plimpton wrote that in the essay, Capote's "love of history, gossip, character, and a skill at putting all this to words...brings Brooklyn Heights to life as vividly as any landscape Truman ever undertook to survey." David Attie's photos enhance that landscape in a breathtaking way.
Shake Cats
Shake Cats
Hardcover      ISBN: 0062351745
Showcases side-by-side images of cats in the middle of shaking water off themselves.
D.P.R. Korea Grand Tour
D.P.R. Korea Grand Tour
Hardcover      ISBN: 9401443874
Los Angeles: Photographs: 1967-2015
Los Angeles
Photographs: 1967-2015
Hardcover      ISBN: 0990790851
Xu Yong: Negatives
Xu Yong
Negatives
Hardcover      ISBN: 3862065294
Chinese-Ness: The Meanings of Identity and the Nature of Belonging
Chinese-Ness
The Meanings of Identity and the Nature of Belonging
Hardcover      ISBN: 1681340429
Reframing the conversations around race and identity, a talented photographer offers a prism through which to explore our modern era of cultural uncertainty.
Johnny Cash at Folsom & San Quentin
Johnny Cash at Folsom & San Quentin
Hardcover      ISBN: 1909526568
Love and Resistance: Out of the Closet into the Stonewall Era
Love and Resistance
Out of the Closet into the Stonewall Era
Hardcover      ISBN: 1324002069
Selected from the New York Public Library archives, a powerful collection featuring the images of two pioneering civil-rights photojournalists captures the energy, humor and humanity of the groundbreaking LGBTQ equality protests that surrounded the Stonewall Riots.
Movie Star Chronicles: A Visual History of the World's Greatest Movie Stars
Movie Star Chronicles
A Visual History of the World's Greatest Movie Stars
Paperback      ISBN: 1770855300
Movie Star Chronicles promises to satisfy the curiosity of moviegoers, cinephiles, and the Hollywood-hungry fans that fuel today's entertainment news industry. For film students, it is a practical reference to the most important actors in cinematic history. Entries illustrated with film and television stills and other archival material chart the careers of 320 actors from the era of silent film to today's blockbusters. Expert text gives an entertaining overview and color-coded timelines provide an at-a-glance guide to the actor's career, their roles, movie release dates, earnings and awards. With 576 pages and more than 2,500 illustrations for only $29.95, Movie Star Chronicles is an outstanding value. It includes: - A to Z coverage of 320 movie stars, with extended entries for 100 - 20 feature articles on popular movie trends, including vampires; western heroes; singers turned actors; femmes fatales; saints and sinners; acting dynasties; combat stars; cops and more - 30 lavish double-page photo spreads showing cinema's most influential stars at work and how film has evolved from silent black- and-white to color 3-D - 20 illustrated features on genres and trends, such as Superheroes, Acting Dynasties, Screen Sirens, and Movie Villains - Color-coded timelines showing the arc of an actor's career, including release dates and types of features, such as Criminal, Romantic Drama, and Thriller - Best Actor awards: Oscars, BAFTA, Cesar (France), Goya (Spain), David Di Donatello (Italy), Golden Horse (Asia), Cannes, Berlin, Venice, Sundance. Covering Hollywood, Bollywood and world cinema, Movie Star Chronicles is truly international and comprehensive. Sure to attract a wide readership, it is an essential purchase.