Falling leaves and temperatures mean that we’re all spending more time indoors seeking sources of inspiration. Why not put the screens aside and manually flip through some of autumn’s best new photography books?
The Japanese Photobook, 1912 – 1980, published by Steidl
With over 500 pages and 3000 images, this comprehensive new book details the development of photography in Japan, from the influence of American and European techniques to the birth of the poignant, intentionally flawed Japanese Provoke style. This publication is the first of its kind available in English.
516 pages, 3000 images
26,6 x 28.8 cm
Peter Lindbergh. A Different Vision on Fashion Photography, published by Taschen
German photographer Peter Lindbergh’s defining image – traced to a single New York photo shoot in 1989 – gave rise to the era of the supermodel. The resulting image was published on the cover of British Vogue in January 1990, marking the beginning of a revolution in fashion photography. This striking new publication spans four decades of Lindberg’s photography coinciding with an exhibition of the photographer’s work at Kunsthal Rotterdam running through February 2017.
524 pages, 400+ images
23,9 x 34 cm
Multilingual Edition: English, French, German
Peter Lindbergh. A Different Vision on Fashion Photography.
Presented at Kunsthal Rotterdam from September 10th, 2016 until February 12th, 2017.