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Visit ARTBOOK at Paris Photo Los Angeles


From May 1-3, 2015, ARTBOOK presents a pop-up bookstore at Paris Photo Los Angeles at Paramount Pictures Studios. Come visit us in BOOTH C5--housed inside the "Cafe" storefront on the New York City backlot right at the entrance to the fair!

Visit the ARTBOOK Pop Up Store at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015

Curated for connoisseurs, our store features new, signed and collectible books and editions by the world's most prominent photography book publishers, including Ampersand, Contrasto, Damiani, The Ice Plant, The Museum of Modern Art, Nazraeli, Phaidon, Prestel, Radius, Rizzoli, STEIDL, Twin Palms and Walther König. Alongside these, we present a selection of rare and out-of-print titles sourced through Lee Kaplan at Arcana: Books on the Arts.



BOOK SIGNINGS

THURSDAY, APRIL 30
7-9 PM:
Opening Reception

FRIDAY, MAY 1:
1-2 PM Zalmai will sign Dread and Dreams.
1-2 PM Lauren Marsolier will sign Transition.
3-4 PM Joan Myers will sign Fire and Ice, Timescapes.
3-4 PM Michael Light will sign Lake Las Vegas/Black Mountain.
4-5 PM Norma I. Quintana will sign Circus.

SATURDAY, MAY 2
12-1 PM Jordan Sullivan will sign An Island in the Moon.
12-1 PM Max Farago will sign Unité d'habitation – Marseilles – Le Corbusier.
1-2 PM Joni Sternbach will sign Surf Site Tin Type.
1-2 PM Sasha Eisenman will sign California Girls.
2-3 PM David Benjamin Sherry will sign Earth Changes.
2-3 PM Mona Kuhn will sign Private.
2-3 PM Mark Steinmetz will sign The Players.
3-4 PM BOOK LAUNCH! More than 50 contributing photographers will sign Both Sides of Sunset: Photographing Los Angeles.
3-4 PM Tacita Dean will sign Seven Books Grey.
4-5 PM Klaus Mitteldorf will sign Work, Photographs 1983-2013.
4-5 PM Julie Blackmon will sign Homegrown.

SUNDAY, MAY 3
12-1 PM Matthew Brandt will sign Lakes and Reservoirs.
12-1 PM Vincent Cianni will sign Gays in the Military.
1-2 PM Greg Gorman will sign Outside the Studio.
1-2 PM Xavier Guardans will sign Traveling Lights and Windows.
2-3 PM Dennis Feldman will sign Hollywood Boulevard.
3-4 PM Ed Templeton will sign Wayward Cognitions.
3-4 PM Thomas Campbell will sign Seeing Fatima's Eyes.



LIMITED EDITIONS & SIGNED BOOKS

We are also pleased to feature limited editions available only for this fair, plus rare books from Arcana and signed titles from Phaidon's archives.

Visit the ARTBOOK Pop Up Store at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015

ABOVE: Both Sides of Sunset prints by Mike Slack, Jeff Divine, Tim Street-Porter, Martin Hyers & William Mebane, John Humble and Jane O'Neal. These prints, produced by each photographer in editions of 1-5, were made exclusively for ARTBOOK at Paris Photo Los Angeles.

Visit the ARTBOOK Pop Up Store at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015

ABOVE: Visionaire's Art John Baldessari Platinum, containing 30 unique prints by John Baldessari plus an additional Platinum print signed and numbered by the artist. For this edition, Visionaire invited a roster of international artists, photographers and cultural figures to contribute self-portraits. These 30 black & white images were sent to John Baldessari, who then altered and embossed them with his signature colorful shapes. The Platinum print, a self-portrait contributed by Mars Rover is signed and numbered by Baldessari in an edition of 50.

Visit the ARTBOOK Pop Up Store at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015

ABOVE: This highly collectible out-of-print edition encompasses the oeuvre of one of the most significant artists of the twentieth century. Exquisitely produced, this slip-cased 10 volume set contains reissues of Baltz’s most significant books, as well as four unpublished projects. Each of the books was crafted in close collaboration with Baltz, who oversaw each stage of production with master printer Gerhard Steidl. Printed in luminous quadratone, Works is a testament to the importance of the book as a primary medium in Baltz’s practice. Limited edition of 1100 copies, signed and numbered by the artist. Published by Steidl.

Visit the ARTBOOK Pop Up Store at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015

ABOVE: Just a few of the rare and out-of-print titles sourced by Lee Kaplan of Arcana: Books on the Arts. Serious collectors should arrive early to browse Lee's extensive selection of important first editions!

Visit the ARTBOOK Pop Up Store at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015

ABOVE: A selection of signed books put together by Phaidon Press. Visit our store to browse many more of the most important and interesting photo books published over the last half-century.

FAIR HOURS
Friday, May 1: 12PM - 7PM
Saturday, May 2: 12PM - 7PM
Sunday, May 3: 12PM - 6PM

Questions? Feel free to contact us at: inquiries@artbook.com
Visit the ARTBOOK Pop Up Store at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015
Visit the ARTBOOK Pop Up Store at Paris Photo Los Angeles 2015

Both Sides of Sunset

Both Sides of Sunset

METROPOLIS BOOKS
Hbk, 12.75 x 10.25 in. / 288 pgs / 181 color / 106 b&w.

$45.00  free shipping

DATE 10/19/2016

STEIDL x STRAND

STEIDL x STRAND


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