This globetrotting collection of contemporary photographers and their work is a great way to become familiar with the wide variety of techniques and styles embraced by the medium.
Organized chronologically by year of birth, each photographer is introduced in double-page spreads that feature reproductions of their work and a perceptive and concise appreciation of their life and career. From Japanese photographer Daidõ Moriyama, famous for his images of post-war Japan, to Richard Mosse, an Irish conceptual documentarian who uses infrared film to document war in the Eastern Congo from a bold new perspective, this book offers an exciting array of familiar and not-so-familiar works. Among the photographers included are Nan Goldin, William Eggleston, Sebastião Salgado, Sally Mann, Nobuyoshi Araki, Dayanita Singh, Juergen Teller, and Alec Soth. By reaching across the globe and including artists whose work is experimental, groundbreaking, thought-provoking, or beautiful, this book presents a panoply of today’s most remarkable photographers.
The BOOK includes the following photographers:
Nobuyoshi Araki; David Bailey; Roger Ballen; Tina Barney; Nick Brandt; Edward Burtynsky; Sophie Calle; Anton Corbijn;
Gregory Crewdson; Antoine d’Agata; Philip-Lorca diCorcia; Rineke Dijkstra; William Eggleston; Nan Goldin; Paul Graham;
Andreas Gursky; Candida Höfer; Pieter Hugo; Rinko Kawauchi; Michael Kenna; Josef Koudelka; Annie Leibovitz; Sally Mann;
Steve McCurry; Ryan McGinley; Susan Meiselas; Joel Meyerowitz; Boris Mikhailov; Sarah Moon; Daido Moriyama; Richard Mosse; Zanele Muholi; Martin Parr; Paolo Pellegrin; Eli Reed; Thomas Ruff; Sebastião Salgado; Viviane Sassen; Martin Schoeller;
Cindy Sherman; Stephen Shore; Dayanita Singh; Thomas Struth; Alec Soth; Hiroshi Sugimoto; Juergen Teller; Wolfgang Tillmans;
Ellen von Unwerth; Jeff Wall; Alex Webb
50 Photographers You Should Know by Prestel
160 pages, 19,3 x 24,0 cm, 60 color illustrations, 10 b/w illustrations
$ 19.95 | £ 14.99
50 zeitgenössische Fotografen, die man kennen sollte
€ 19,95 [D] inkl. MwSt.