Photography Anthologies
Alluvium: Dhaka, Bangladesh, in the Crossroads of Water
Alluvium
Dhaka, Bangladesh, in the Crossroads of Water
Hardcover      ISBN: 1941806864
Imagine the most extreme urban environment on earth—a place three times as dense as Manhattan, enveloped in a constant flow of water, beset by a relentless stream of rural migrants, plagued by annual monsoons, and threatened by climate change. A place where the very earth beneath your feet is constantly shifting from dry to wet, where categories like “dry
American Youth
American Youth
Hardcover      ISBN: 8869651576
Presents a collection of photographs depicting the lives of a wide variety American young adults.
Animals in Photographs
Animals in Photographs
Hardcover      ISBN: 160606441x
"Spanning the history of photography through 80 images drawn from the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum, Animals in Photographs traces the relationship between animal representation and changes in camera and film technology from the mid-nineteenth century to the present"--Provided by publisher.
Aperture 211: Summer 2013
Aperture 211
Summer 2013
Paperback      ISBN: 159711233x
The Magazine of Photography and Ideas. This edition of Aperture focuses on "Curiosity." Taking its name from the Mars Rover, which has reminded us that a fundamental purpose of photography is to show us something new, the articles and portfolios ask: what can we learn by revisiting photography's role in discovery, experimentation and exploration? The issue toggles between past and present, and between science and art, and features Jennifer Tucker on Victorian science photography, spectacle and rational amusement; Kelley Wilder on what it means for photography to make visible the invisible; Brian Dillon on the cosmic and the mundane; a conversation between artist Trevor Paglen and the eminent science historian Peter Galison; a selection from Harold "Doc" Edgerton's lab books; David Campany on photographic abstraction and perception; curator Joel Smith's guide to "photographic nothing"; and portfolios by British photographer Stephen Gill, Amsterdam-based artist Eva-Fiore Kovakovsky, curator Lynne Cooke on Horst Ademeit's mysterious annotated Polaroids and much more.
Apparitions: Architecture That Has Disappeared From Our Cities
Apparitions
Architecture That Has Disappeared From Our Cities
Hardcover      ISBN: 1864705957
The Art of God: The Heavens & the Earth
The Art of God
The Heavens & the Earth
Hardcover      ISBN: 0842318984
Value priced! 2000 Gold Medallion Award winner! Through stunning nature photography, this attractive gift book captures God's expression of his character in the created world. Ric's award-winning photographic talent is combined with Scripture and devotional thoughts to move both the heart and the mind. Included with the full-color photographs is information about the various locations, natural formations, and elements of the scenes. Ric Ergenbright's photography appears regularly in major magazines, books, and ads. More than 60 calendars of his images have been published, and his work has been the subject of three television shows. He is a winner of the Lowell Thomas Award for outstanding travel photography, and is among the small number of contemporary photographers represented in “Odyssey: The Art of Photography at National Geographic,
Art Photography Now
Art Photography Now
2nd Edition    Paperback      ISBN: 0500289425
"An essential book for anyone interested in contemporary photography."-ArtReview
The Artificial of the Real: Trcka - Weston - Newton
The Artificial of the Real
Trcka - Weston - Newton
Hardcover      ISBN: 3931141888
Artists and Their Cats
Artists and Their Cats
Hardcover      ISBN: 1452133557
A behind-the-scenes look at fifty famous artists and their pet cats pairs photographs with stories about such luminaries as John Lennon, Andy Warhol, and Georgia O'Keeffe.
At First Sight: Photography and the Smithsonian
At First Sight
Photography and the Smithsonian
Hardcover      ISBN: 1588341550
A richly illustrated overview of more than 150 years of photography is captured in a stunning array of works that chronicle the evolution of the art form, sharing never before seen photographs of notable people and places, views of the American West, the earliest view of the moon, and captivating studies of Asia, Africa, and the people of the world. 15,000 first printing. (Fine Arts)