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Graham, Paul: Paul Graham: Photographs. Fotografien. 1981 - 2006. ; 1. Ed.
Steidl. Steidlmack. 2009. First german edition, first printing. Published in a low edition simultanously and identically in size, layout and content with the first english printing; only the artists name on the cover is printed in another colour and of course the language is german. Mint, new, unread, still originally shrink-wrapped in publisher's plastic foil; only at the corners minimally bumped (does not concern the inner pages at all). Wonderful work overview of one of the best photographers our time. Paul Graham is famous for his fantastic photobooks like "New Europe" (Martin Parr , The Photobook , vol 2, page 71). Hardcover in linen without jacket (as issued). 225 x 280 mm. 376 pages, 250 colour plates. Essays by David Chandler, Michael Almereyda and Russell Ferguson. Text in english. Paul Graham is one of that remarkable generation of photographers born in the 1950's who have come to dominate art photography today and who dedicated themselves to photography at a time when it was unwelcome in the art world. This book is the long awaited survey of 25 years of his photography, 1981-2006, to coincide with a large scale touring European museum exhibition. Graham was the first photographer to unite contemporary colour photography with the classic genre of social documentary. His colour work in the early and mid-1980s had a transformative effect on the black and white tradition that had dominated British photography to that point. Since this ground breaking early work, and what sets Graham apart from his peers of that time, is that rather than rest on such achievements, he has continued to radically explore the medium for the next two decades, showing a profound commitment to expanding photography's artistic space, whilst remaining faithful to that core locus where the documentary and artistic aspects of photography coalesce. At a time when art photography is increasingly staged, or holds the world at a conceptualized distant view, Paul Graham's work distinguishes itself by retaining a firm and full commitment to life as it unfolds; to an understanding that at its core photography begins with an unblinking engagement with the world. Embracing this crucial axiom of photography, Graham's work of the past 25 years has been vital in reinvigorating the core of photographic practice, both by broadening it's visual language, and essentially, by questioning our notions of what such photography could say, be, or look like. Paul Graham was born in England and currently lives in New York. He has been the recipient of many awards including a Eugene Smith Memorial Fellowship. His work has been exhibited extensively, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York and Tate Gallery, London. Published books include Troubled Land, New Europe, Empty Heaven, End of an Age and American Night.***************Steidl. Steidlmack. 2009. Deutsche Erstausgabe. Erschien in kleinerer Auflage zeitgleich und identisch in Form, Inhalt, Größe und Layout mit der englischen Ausgabe; lediglich der Künstlername ist auf dem Cover in einer anderen Farbe gedruckt und natürlich ist der Text in deutsch statt englisch. Neu, ungelesen, verlagsfrisch und noch original-verschweißt in der Plastikfolie des Verlags; lediglich an den Ecken minimalst bestossen (marginal, ohne Einfluß auf die Seiten innen). Wunderschöne Werksübersicht von einem der angesagtesten Fotografen unserer Zeit. Paul Graham ist berühmt für fantastische Fotobücher wie "New Europe" (Martin Parr, The Photobook, vol 2, Seite 71). Hardcover in Leinen ohne Schutzumschlag (nur so erschienen). 235 x 285 mm. 376 Seiten, 250 Farbfotos. Mit Essays von David Chandler, Michael Almereyda und Russell Ferguson. Text in englisch. Paul Graham setzt sich dem Leben aus, das er mit seiner Kamera einfangen will. Um es zu dokumentieren, belebt er das Medium immer wieder neu und schreckt nicht davor zurück, Genregrenzen zu sprengen: Graham arbeitete als erster britischer Vertreter der sozialdokumentarischen Fotografie mit Farbe. Mit Serien wie A1 - The Great North Road (1981-1982) und Beyond Caring (1984 - 1985) vertrieb er die Schwarzweiß-Fotografie von ihrer dominierenden Stellung.

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Graham, Paul: Paul Graham: Photographs. Fotografien. 1981 - 2006. ; 1. Ed.
Steidl. Steidlmack. 2009. First english edition, first printing. Mint, new, unread; still originally shrink-wrapped in publisher's plastic foil. Wonderful work overview of one of the best photographers our time. Paul Graham is famous for his fantastic photobooks like "New Europe" (Martin Parr , The Photobook , vol 2, page 71). Hardcover in linen without jacket (as issued). 225 x 280 mm. 376 pages, 250 colour plates. Essays by David Chandler, Michael Almereyda and Russell Ferguson. Text in english. Paul Graham is one of that remarkable generation of photographers born in the 1950's who have come to dominate art photography today and who dedicated themselves to photography at a time when it was unwelcome in the art world. This book is the long awaited survey of 25 years of his photography, 1981-2006, to coincide with a large scale touring European museum exhibition. Graham was the first photographer to unite contemporary colour photography with the classic genre of social documentary. His colour work in the early and mid-1980s had a transformative effect on the black and white tradition that had dominated British photography to that point. Since this ground breaking early work, and what sets Graham apart from his peers of that time, is that rather than rest on such achievements, he has continued to radically explore the medium for the next two decades, showing a profound commitment to expanding photography's artistic space, whilst remaining faithful to that core locus where the documentary and artistic aspects of photography coalesce. At a time when art photography is increasingly staged, or holds the world at a conceptualized distant view, Paul Graham's work distinguishes itself by retaining a firm and full commitment to life as it unfolds; to an understanding that at its core photography begins with an unblinking engagement with the world. Embracing this crucial axiom of photography, Graham's work of the past 25 years has been vital in reinvigorating the core of photographic practice, both by broadening it's visual language, and essentially, by questioning our notions of what such photography could say, be, or look like. Paul Graham was born in England and currently lives in New York. He has been the recipient of many awards including a Eugene Smith Memorial Fellowship. His work has been exhibited extensively, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York and Tate Gallery, London. Published books include Troubled Land, New Europe, Empty Heaven, End of an Age and American Night.***************Steidl. Steidlmack. 2009. Englische Erstausgabe. Neu, ungelesen, verlagsfrisch; noch original-verschweißt in der Plastikfolie des Verlags. Wunderschöne Werksübersicht von einem der angesagtesten Fotografen unserer Zeit. Paul Graham ist berühmt für fantastische Fotobücher wie "New Europe" (Martin Parr, The Photobook, vol 2, Seite 71). Hardcover in Leinen ohne Schutzumschlag (nur so erschienen). 235 x 285 mm. 376 Seiten, 250 Farbfotos. Mit Essays von David Chandler, Michael Almereyda und Russell Ferguson. Text in englisch. Paul Graham setzt sich dem Leben aus, das er mit seiner Kamera einfangen will. Um es zu dokumentieren, belebt er das Medium immer wieder neu und schreckt nicht davor zurück, Genregrenzen zu sprengen: Graham arbeitete als erster britischer Vertreter der sozialdokumentarischen Fotografie mit Farbe. Mit Serien wie A1 - The Great North Road (1981-1982) und Beyond Caring (1984 - 1985) vertrieb er die Schwarzweiß-Fotografie von ihrer dominierenden Stellung.

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Graham, Paul: Paul Graham: Photographs. Fotografien. 1981 - 2006. ; sig.; 1. Ed.
Steidl. Steidlmack. 2009. First edition, first printing. Signed by Paul Graham. Signatures by this artist are very scarce! Mint, new, unread; only opened once for signature. Wonderful work overview of one of the best photographers our time. Paul Graham is famous for his fantastic photobooks like "New Europe" (Martin Parr , The Photobook , vol 2, page 71). Hardcover in linen without jacket (as issued). 225 x 280 mm. 376 pages, 250 colour plates. Essays by David Chandler, Michael Almereyda and Russell Ferguson. Text in english. Paul Graham is one of that remarkable generation of photographers born in the 1950's who have come to dominate art photography today and who dedicated themselves to photography at a time when it was unwelcome in the art world. This book is the long awaited survey of 25 years of his photography, 1981-2006, to coincide with a large scale touring European museum exhibition. Graham was the first photographer to unite contemporary colour photography with the classic genre of social documentary. His colour work in the early and mid-1980s had a transformative effect on the black and white tradition that had dominated British photography to that point. Since this ground breaking early work, and what sets Graham apart from his peers of that time, is that rather than rest on such achievements, he has continued to radically explore the medium for the next two decades, showing a profound commitment to expanding photography's artistic space, whilst remaining faithful to that core locus where the documentary and artistic aspects of photography coalesce. At a time when art photography is increasingly staged, or holds the world at a conceptualized distant view, Paul Graham's work distinguishes itself by retaining a firm and full commitment to life as it unfolds; to an understanding that at its core photography begins with an unblinking engagement with the world. Embracing this crucial axiom of photography, Graham's work of the past 25 years has been vital in reinvigorating the core of photographic practice, both by broadening it's visual language, and essentially, by questioning our notions of what such photography could say, be, or look like. Paul Graham was born in England and currently lives in New York. He has been the recipient of many awards including a Eugene Smith Memorial Fellowship. His work has been exhibited extensively, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York and Tate Gallery, London. Published books include Troubled Land, New Europe, Empty Heaven, End of an Age and American Night.***************Steidl. Steidlmack. 2009. Erstausgabe. Signiert von Paul Graham! Signaturen dieses Künstlers sind sehr selten! Neu, ungelesen, verlagsfrisch; nur einmal geöffnet für die Signatur. Wunderschöne Werksübersicht von einem der angesagtesten Fotografen unserer Zeit. Paul Graham ist berühmt für fantastische Fotobücher wie "New Europe" (Martin Parr, The Photobook, vol 2, Seite 71). Hardcover in Leinen ohne Schutzumschlag (nur so erschienen). 235 x 285 mm. 376 Seiten, 250 Farbfotos. Mit Essays von David Chandler, Michael Almereyda und Russell Ferguson. Text in englisch. Paul Graham setzt sich dem Leben aus, das er mit seiner Kamera einfangen will. Um es zu dokumentieren, belebt er das Medium immer wieder neu und schreckt nicht davor zurück, Genregrenzen zu sprengen: Graham arbeitete als erster britischer Vertreter der sozialdokumentarischen Fotografie mit Farbe. Mit Serien wie A1 - The Great North Road (1981-1982) und Beyond Caring (1984 - 1985) vertrieb er die Schwarzweiß-Fotografie von ihrer dominierenden Stellung.

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Graham, Paul: Paul Graham: End of an age. ; Schutzumschlag / dust cover; 1. Ed.
Scalo, Zurich. 1999. First edition, first printing. New, mint, unread; still originally shrink-wrapped in publisher's plastic foil. Hardcover with dustjacket. 245 x 325 mm. 104 pages. Paul Graham is one of the best photobook makers ever (Beyond Caring, Troubled Land, A1.Great North Road. A Shimmer of Possibility, New Europe). In End of an Age, British photographer Paul Graham captures the threshold moments that mark the ending of adolescence, the small slice of time between youthful indulgence and the emerging awareness of adult responsibilities. His photographs resonate between these two poles: between full-on consciousness and escape: between staring the world in the eye or shying away; between seeing the world with shocking clarity and the desire to hide oneself from that reality: turn away, get drunk, close your eyes, get stoned. It is a situation that each of knows and remembers all too well, a traumatic time. And it is often the threshold of a profound psychological transformation -- a chartless sea in which one might successfully navigate, get becalmed, or simply drown. Paul Graham's pictures consider this point in one's life, and reflect upon its trauma, uncertainty and pain. The photographs alternate between ultra-sharp direct flash images where every detail is minutely recorded, and the opposite extreme, with loose available-light photographs, saturated with color, blurred and sometimes poorly focused. First and foremost, these compelling color images are portraits in the fullest sense -- images that seek to reflect on the inner self through our material presence.***************Scalo, Zurich. 1999. Erstausgabe. Originalausgabe. Neu, ungelesen, verlagsfrisch; noch original-verschweißt in der Plastikfolie des Verlags. Hardcover mit Schutzumschlag. 245 x 325 mm. 104 Seiten. Paul Grahams Fotobücher genießen Kultstatus: Beyond Caring, Troubled Land, A1.Great North Road. A Shimmer of Possibility, New Europe.

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