EX LIBRIS: Philip Gefter
1. Evidence, by Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan (original edition, 1977; reissue: D.A.P., 2004)
2. Larry Clark: Teenage Lust (self published, 1983)
3. Nan Goldin: Ballad of Sexual Dependency (Aperture, 2005)
4. Robert Mapplethorpe: Polaroids (Prestel, 2007)
5. Julia Margaret Cameron: Her Life and Photographic Work (Aperture, 1975)
6. Richard Avedon: Portraits (Farrar, Straus And Giroux, 1976)
7. Walker Evans: American Photographs (MoMA, 1938, facsimile edition, Errata, 2009)
8. John Szarkowski: Looking at Photographs (MoMA, 1973)
9. Eugene Atget: The Work of Atget, Four Volumes, by John Szarkowski and Maria Morris Hambourg (MoMA, 1981–1985)
I have all of them.
Philip Gefter, a photography critic for The New York Times, was on staff at the paper for more than 15 years as a picture editor and senior picture editor for culture. Before working at the Times, Gefter was a picture editor at Fortune and an assistant editor at Aperture. His recently published book Photography After Frank (Aperture) looks at contemporary photography using Frank’s seminal work of the 1950s, The Americans, as a starting point.
Photography After Frank by Philip Gefter. In Photography After Frank, former New York Times writer and picture editor Philip Gefter narrates the tale of contemporary photography, beginning at the pivotal moment when Robert Frank commenced his seminal works of the 1950s. >>more
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Hbk, 6 x 8.5 in. / 224 pgs / 30 color / 45 b&w.
Pub Date: 06/01/2009 Active/In stock