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By: ROOS, Dajina
Seller ID: 50269
Condition: near fine
ROOS, DAIJNA. Miroir aux Androgynes, Tubingen: Konkursbuchverlag, 1997. Quarto, unpaginated, printed boards, about 80 plates in duotone and color, brief commentary in English, German, French. The main theme is women who are trying to look like men, and men trying to look feminine. Boards lightly worn, near fine. Leaves show a bit of age toning at edges. View more info
By: ROSS, John
Seller ID: 50985
ROSS, JOHN. Islay, London: GF Smith, 2007. Large folio, unpaginated with 16 leaves, wraps, 15 double-page images. Landscapes mostly of beaches on Islay, a Hebrides island known for whiskey production. These prints are very large, 19x25 inches or 48x64cm, done on Zen paper, which the publisher tells us is "engineered with a special surface coating which will produce the finest quality print yet retain the look and feel of an uncoated paper." The photographer writes:... View more info
Seller ID: 50324
Condition: near fine
[REFERENCE] Roth, Andrew (editor), The Book of 101 Books, Seminal Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century, New York: PPF Editions, 2001. Large quarto, trade edition, pp. (x), 305, gray cloth boards. Signed on the title page by Vince Aletti, the lead catalog author. Other contributors include Richard Benson, May Castleberry, Jeffrey Fraenkel, Daido Moriyama, Shelley Rice, David Levi Strauss and Neville Wakefield. This is one of the key references for collectors in ... View more info
Seller ID: 53619
SALGADO, SEBASTIAO. Africa, Afrika, Afrique, Koln: Taschen, 2007. Oblong folio, pp. 335, black cloth boards with blind-stamped lettering to spine and front, black-and-white photo plates, text in English, German and French. Tours sub-Saharan Africa as part of Salgado's larger project he calls Genesis. Condition of this book: Fine, no flaws. View more info
Seller ID: 53650
SALGADO, SEBASTIAO. An Uncertain Grace, New York: Aperture Foundation, 1990. Folio, released to accompany an exhibition, pp. 156, blue cloth boards with white lettering to spine, duotone plates, gift inscription on free front endpaper. A tour of the Third World -- nobody knows this territory better than Salgado. Condition of this book: Jacket flap is price-clipped, faint toning at edges. View more info
By: SANNES, Sanne.
Seller ID: 53152
SANNES, SANNE. The Face of Love, New Jersey: A.S. Barnes, 1972. Quarto, first edition, pp. 23 plus about 200 halftone plates, light lavender cloth boards with purple lettering to spine. Focuses on the expressions of women about to make love, making love, or having just made love. Grainy. In his introduction, Jim Hughes tells us Sannes died in 1967 in a car accident at age 30. Condition of this book: Fine with a very good dust jacket that has chips at edges, short ... View more info
By: SCHAAF, Larry J.
Seller ID: 50542
SCHAAF, LARRY J. Julia Margaret Cameron, Sun Pictures Catalogue Twenty, New York: Hans P. Kraus Jr., 2011. Quarto, pp. 61, wraps, 25 plates of Cameron photos that were in a collection owned by Cameron's niece and recently shown at the Kraus Gallery in New York. With a facsimile of Cameron's signature and text by Larry J. Schaaf. A good reference for the Cameron collector, dealer, or scholar, this book is already scarce. Condition of this book: Fine, no flaws. View more info
By: SCHAAF, Larry J.
Seller ID: 50729
SCHAAF, LARRY J. Joseph, Vicomte Vigier, Voyage dans les Pyrenees, 1853, New York: Hans P. Kraus Jr., 2007. Quarto, pp. 95, wraps, reproduces 38 salt prints from a recently discovered album. No. 16. in Kraus's Sun Pictures series. Condition of this book: Fine, no flaws. View more info
By: SELBY, Richard.
Seller ID: 50193
SELBY, RICHARD. Know Your Number, Paris: Catwalk Editions, 2002. Quarto, revised, expanded edition, unpaginated, black cloth boards with silver lettering to spine, glossy halftone plates, one gatefold. Seven series of nudes in various settings, indoors and out. Condition of this book: Fine, still sealed in publisher's shrink wrap. View more info
Seller ID: 50565
SIGISMONDI, FLORIA. Redemption, Berlin: Die Gestalten Verlag, 1999. Folio, pp. 160, printed boards, color plates. Shock photos of shock musicians and other pop culture figures including Marilyn Manson, Debra Soto, Twiggy, David Bowie, The Moth, Raygun, and many others. That's Bowie on the cover. The influence of Joel Peter Witkin is obvious here, although there is little commentary but a couple of poems. Caption pamphlet included. Condition of this book: Boards sh... View more info
By: SISKIND, Aaron,
Seller ID: 51307
SISKIND, AARON. Harlem Document, Photographs 1932-1940, Providence: Matrix Publications, 1981. Square octavo, first edition, pp. 80, black cloth boards stamped with cream-colored lettering on spine and front, duotone photo plates, intro by Gordon Parks, text by Ann Banks. Previously unpublished work that was part of an unhappy New York Photo League project. Robert Hirsch, in "Seizing the Light" (page 294), explains: "During the 1930s, under the direction of Aaron S... View more info
Seller ID: 50535
SPRATLING, WILLIAM, and ALVAREZ BRAVO, MANUEL. More Human Than Divine, An Intimate and Lively Self-Portrait in Clay of a Smiling People From Ancient Vera Cruz, Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 1960. Quarto, first English edition of 2000, pp. 30, 64 photo plates in duotone and sepia, sepia frontispiece of a kneeling youth, black cloth boards with gilt-stamped reproduction of a child figure, gilt lettering on spine. As the title indicates, the photos are... View more info
By: STANO, Tono.
Seller ID: 52892
STANO, TONO. 1980 Praha (Prague) 1996, Czech Republic: POSAM, 1998. Large folio, edition of 3000, unpaginated, black cloth boards with blind-stamped lettering to spine, 69 single-sided gravure plates, text in Czech and English. Abstract forms achieved with the human body and shadows. Condition of this book: Jacket worn and dust-darkened, boards' edges sunned with little white stains, small dampstain in rear, images fine. View more info
Seller ID: 54126
MIKE & DOUG STARN. Attracted to Light, New York: Blind Spot Photography, 2003. Square quarto, first edition, pp. 120 with 2 gatefolds, black printed boards with a photo mounted on front, tritone and color photos, essays by Vladimir Nabokov, Demetrio Paparoni and Victor Pelevin. The Starns explain the meaning of the universe through the metaphor of nocturnal insects. Condition of this book: Slight wear at covers, overall fine. View more info
By: STILES, James.
Seller ID: Stiles series
STILES, JAMES. Series of 6 lounge scenes, undated (later 20th century). Large gelatin silver prints (14x11 inches), 4 toned blue, 2 untoned, one with the stamp of Stiles on the reverse. The photographer is a well-known fashion shooter who has exhibited at galleries on his own and with bigger names such as Helmut Newton, according to his website. And one can easily see the Newton influence in these offbeat jazz club setups. In fact, this series would make a great displ... View more info
By: STURGES, Jock
Seller ID: 50645
STURGES, JOCK. Le Dernier Jour de L'ete (The Last Day of Summer), New York: Aperture, 1991. Quarto, first French edition, pp. 96, gray cloth boards with black lettering on spine, duotone photos, introduction by Jayne Anne Phillips, all text in French. 59 plates, nudes, mostly girls photographed in the U.S. and France. This French edition is very scarce. Condition of this book: Age-toning near edges of leaves, jacket; all else fine. View more info
By: STURGES, Jock
Seller ID: 50777
STURGES, JOCK. Evolution of Grace, Japan: Gakken, 1994. Quarto, first edition, pp. 92, cream-colored paper-covered boards, duotone photos, nudes, includes scarce obi band (the lavender paper decoration wrapping vertically around the top board. Condition of this book: Dust jacket near fine with a couple chips at bottom board's fore edge -- bottom board also chipped there. Leaves fine, obi band shows a bit of wear. View more info
By: SUDEK, Josef
Seller ID: sudekfolio
Josef Sudek 1896-1976, printed in 1996 at Trico Graphic Design in Prague. Folio measuring about 17x12 inches or 43x31cm, prints from very small (6x5cm) to large (28x37cm), each tipped onto heavy stock the size of the folio. This is Copy No. 62 of 96 issued, with a gift inscription on the inside of the covers signed by the Czech photographer and photo historian Anna Farova. This is a retrospective spanning the career of Sudek, maybe the Czech Republic's greatest pho... View more info
By: TENNANT, John A.
Seller ID: 52460
TENNANT, JOHN A. Developers and Development, New York: Tennant and Ward, 1912. 12mo, first edition, pp. 64, blue cloth boards with gilt-stamped lettering on spine, blind-stamped logo on upper panel. "A practical survey of the principal developers and their characteristic points: with reliable formulae and instructions for their use in negative making." Roosens/Salu 3091. Condition of this book: Boards lightly worn with tiny white speckles. Leaves clean and tight,... View more info
By: TESTINO, Mario.
Seller ID: 52929
TESTINO, MARIO [editor]. Visionaire No. 22, Chic, New York: Visionaire Publishing, 1997. Quarto, No. 3239 of 5000 printed, unpaginated, cream-colored paper-covered boards half-bound in beige cloth, slipcased, with various designer fabrics tipped in, including a tiny piece of a Versace dress worn by Madonna to the "Evita" premiere in London. Also tipped in is a cocktail napkin with Paloma Picasso's lips outlined by lipstick, and a copy of a letter, with envelope, from ... View more info