CHRISTIAN CRAVO: Twenty Five Years

CHRISTIAN CRAVO: Twenty Five Years

“TWENTY FIVE YEARS is Christian Cravo’s fifth book, but it really could be viewed as his first. Throckmorton Fine Art (www.throckmorton-nyc.com) is presenting TWENTY FIVE YEARS by Christian Cravo, the fifth book of photographs by the Guggenheim Fellowship recipient, at its New York gallery from January 14 to February 27, 2016. The photographs here achieve […]

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Arctica: The Vanishing North by Sebastian Copeland

Arctica: The Vanishing North by Sebastian Copeland

SEBASTIAN COPELAND is internationally renowned as a photographer, polar explorer, author, and environmental activist. His first book won him the IPA’s Photographer of the Year award. Few landscapes convey Nature in all of its untamed splendor like the Arctic. Fewer still conjure respect like the seldom traveled and ethereal North Pole. Yet, sadly, this largely […]

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ARTnews Magazine

ARTnews Magazine

Artnews is an art magazine founded by James Clarence Hyde and published 11 times a year, since 1902. The magazine contains award-winning artwork, industry coverage and interviews with established and emerging artists alike. ARTnews covers the personalities and events that shape the international art world. Read by collectors, historians, artists, museum curators, dealers and enthusiasts […]

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Cape Light Photographs by Joel Meyerowitz

Cape Light Photographs by Joel Meyerowitz

Cape Light, Joel Meyerowitz’s series of serene and contemplative color photographs taken on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, quickly became one of the most influential and popular photography books in the latter part of the twentieth century, breaking new ground both for color photography and for the medium’s acceptance into the art world. Aperture brings back this […]

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The World’s Most  Magical Wilderness Escapes

The World’s Most Magical Wilderness Escapes

The World’s Most Magical Wilderness Escapes Michael Poliza with Sophy Roberts to be Published by teNeues in July 2015 Michael Poliza’s wildlife and landscape photography has fascinated us for years, and his photo books of Africa and the Polar Regions already have over 100,000 readers. His extensive travels into the most remote corners of the […]

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Motorcycle Passion published by teNeues

Motorcycle Passion published by teNeues

There aren’t many other ways to better escape everyday woes than on a motorbike. They invoke emotions and a longing for adventure. Form and precision define these machines as timeless and important cultural objects. Simply put, motorcycles make a statement. All you have to do is just hop on, rev up, and go. Within these […]

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Living in Style Morocco Photographs by Andreas von Einsiedel & Julia Leeb Co-edited by Ignace Meuwisse

Living in Style Morocco Photographs by Andreas von Einsiedel & Julia Leeb Co-edited by Ignace Meuwisse

In the 1960s Morocco was a hot destination for hippies who tripped out on the magic of North Africa. Today, the international jet set meets in Marrakech. The old-world charms of Morocco and a modern lifestyle are perfectly compatible, as this stunning volume proves. Featured interiors showcase living areas that seamlessly flow, lush green courtyards, […]

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ART ARKTIS Dietmar and Baum & Tini Papamichalis to be published by teNeues

ART ARKTIS Dietmar and Baum & Tini Papamichalis to be published by teNeues

ART ARKTIS explores the fragility and variety of a majestic, untouched world through a collection of fine-art photography. Dietmar Baum and Tini Papamichalis embarked on a three-week expedition, capturing landscapes otherwise guarded from the sights of mankind by ice with the help of Hasselblad’s latest camera technology. Using their trained eyes and artistic points of […]

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Spirit of Place by Aurelien Villette to be published by teNeues

Spirit of Place by Aurelien Villette to be published by teNeues

What happens to buildings when they are no longer needed or have outlasted their original purpose? They are either lovingly restored so they can be used for something else-or they fall into ruin, where they remain as silent witnesses of a bygone era. French photographer Aurélien Villette has made it his mission to trace these […]

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