Robert Häusser (1924 – 2013) was a German photographer. He has exhibited at more than 50 one-man-shows in museums and art galleries in Germany, France, Spain, the Netherlands, Russia, Slovenia and the USA. He received the Hasselblad Award in 1995.
Nick Waplington (b.1965) is a British artist and photographer based in London and New York City. He is the recipient of numerous photographic prizes including the British and European Kodak Awards, and the ICP Young Photographer Award, 1993. Truth and Consequences is Waplington’s sixth book.
Cindy Sherman’s provocative and much-discussed Untitled Film Stills series, created between 1977 and 1980, is collected for the first time in this 9.5″×11.25″ volume from MoMA, which purchased the entire set of 70 shots in 1995.
Published on the occasion of the major 2004 retrospective exhibition, Axel Hütte: Terra Incognita, at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid. The catalogue covers key works from 1982-2003, including his portrait typologies.
This publication chronicles for the first time the collaborative artwork by Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan. Their artistic collaboration began in 1973 when they were both graduate students at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Photographer and painter Richard Billingham (born 1970) grew up in a cramped, high-rise tenement apartment with his mother and father in Birmingham, England. Ray’s a Laugh is an intimate glimpse into the lives of his close family.
This is the first photographic survey of Rotterdam artist Wally Elenbaas (1912–2008) and his great love Esther (‘Es’) Hartog (1905– 1998).
Originally trained as a painter, Irish born Tom Wood is better known as a street photographer, with his earlier work focused on the Merseyside area (1978-2001).
Robert Mapplethorpe (November 4, 1946 – March 9, 1989) was an American photographer, known for his sensitive yet blunt treatment of controversial subject-matter in the large-scale, highly stylized black and white medium of photography. His work featured an array of subjects, including celebrity portraits, male and female nudes, self-portraits and still-life images of flowers.
This catalogue accompanied the exhibition 0,10 – Iwan Puni und Fotografien der Russischen Revolution” at Museum Jean Tinguely Basel from 12. April bis 28. September 2003.
Barbara Klemm is a German press photographer who worked for Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung for 45 years. She photographed many of the most important events in recent German history and she was inducted into the Leica Hall of Fame in 2013.
Photo Express: Tokyo is a facsimile of the legendary series of twelve booklets published by Keizo Kitajima on the occasion of his exhibition “Photo Express: Tokyo” at CAMP gallery in Tokyo in 1979.
The walled-in West Berlin of the eighties was a melting pot of punk, post-punk and neo-Dada, new experimental music and performance art. And there in the midst of it is Anno Dittmer, clicking away with his camera.
Rudi Meisel, born in 1949 in Wilhelmshaven and raised in Osnabrück, studied photography in the class of Otto Steinert at the Folkwangschule Essen and in 1975 founded the group collective of photographers VISUM , together with André Gelpke and Gerd Ludwig.
He is one of the most important photographers of Bauhaus and modernism, but first found his creative medium after completing his studies at the school of design: Otto Maximilian Umbehr, also known as Umbo.