Texts by Ingrid Sischy, Carlos Ducci, Bob Colacello, Hedi Slimane, Michael Boroian, Mathias Orhel, Francesco Vezzoli, Viktor & Rolf, Laurence Benaim, Alix Browne and Hubert Selby Jr., Catherine ˜rmen, and Fran¡ois-Henri Pinault.
Paperback, 11 x 15 in. / 200 pgs / 184 bw. | 8/15/2006 | Not available $35.00
Published by Atelier EXB. Text by Louis-Philippe Dalembert.
Bruce Gilden first traveled to Haiti in 1984 for the famous Mardi Gras festivities. There he discovered an impoverished territory in the grip of numerous natural disasters but charged with a unique energy. True to form, Gilden immediately departed from the beaten track, choosing to roam the length and breadth of the island along serpentine paths that led him to meet people from the four corners of the island, and into situations that few would choose to encounter. Gilden was to visit this country that he loves so much on 18 further occasions, tirelessly documenting the everyday lives of Haitians, their history and terrain. From vendors at the markets of major cities to its nightlife and funeral ceremonies, Gilden strives to take stock of Haitian culture and its rich visual diversity. Images from the series were first published as a slim monograph by Dewi Lewis in 1996; the book won the European Publishers Award for Photography. Atelier EXB’s beautifully printed new volume greatly expands the series with previously unseen images comprising nearly half of the book. Bruce Gilden (born 1946) has produced long and detailed photographic projects in New York, Haiti, France, Ireland, India, Russia, Japan, England and the US. He has published 18 monographs, among them, Facing New York (1992), Bleus (1994), Haiti (1996); After the Off (1999), Go (2000), Coney Island (2002), A Beautiful Catastrophe (2004), Foreclosures (2013), A Complete Examination of Middlesex (2014), Lost and Found (2019) and Cherry Blossom (2021).
Published by Éditions Xavier Barral. Text by Sophie Darmaillacq, Bruce Gilden.
After recently moving house, Bruce Gilden discovered hundreds of contact prints and negatives in his personal archives, from work undertaken in New York, his native city, between 1978 and 1984. From these thousands of images, most of which are new even to their author, Gilden has selected around a hundred. Extending from the desire to revisit the work of his youth, this historic archive constitutes an inestimable treasure.
An extraordinary New York is portayed here, revealing an unknown facet of Gilden’s oeuvre. With all the energy of a young man in his thirties, and with no flash (before Gilden became famous for its almost systematic use), Gilden launched an assault on New York in a visibly tense atmosphere. In this extraordinary gallery of portraits, the compositions—mostly horizontal—simmer with energy, bursting with the most diverse characters, as though Gilden intended to include within the frame everything that caught his eye.
In this book, we see the guiding tropes of the work that was to make Gilden famous: sustained movement and tension, unrivalled spirit, and an instinctive and irreverent affection for his subjects, perfectly in cahoots with his city.
Bruce Gilden (1946) is a street photographer from Brooklyn, New York. Over the years he has produced long and detailed photographic projects in New York, Haiti, France, Ireland, India, Russia, Japan, England and America. Gilden has published 18 monographs, among them Facing New York (1992), Bleus (1994), Haiti (1996, European Publishers Award for Photography); After the Off (1999), Go (2000), Coney Island (2002), A Beautiful Catastrophe (2004), Foreclosures (2013) and A Complete Examination of Middlesex (2014).
PUBLISHER Éditions Xavier Barral
BOOK FORMAT Hardcover, 11.75 x 9.25 in. / 164 pgs / 75 duotone.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 10/22/2019 Out of stock indefinitely
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. Exclusive Catalog: FALL 2019 p. 83
PRODUCT DETAILS ISBN 9782365112444TRADE List Price: $60.00 CDN $85.00
Published by The Archive of Modern Conflict. Edited by Kalev Erikson. Foreword by Bruce Gilden.
In A Complete Examination of Middlesex, New York–based street photographer Bruce Gilden (born 1946) captures the diversity of characters populating the streets of London. In color and black and white, Gilden’s snapshots present the viewer with shots of the isolated hands, feet and faces of passersby.
Published by Magnum Photos. Texts by Ingrid Sischy, Carlos Ducci, Bob Colacello, Hedi Slimane, Michael Boroian, Mathias Orhel, Francesco Vezzoli, Viktor & Rolf, Laurence Benaim, Alix Browne and Hubert Selby Jr., Catherine ˜rmen, and Fran¡ois-Henri Pinault.
Following the blazing success of Martin Parr's edition of the experimental large-format Fashion Magazine, which featured work shot exclusively by Parr, even down to the ads, and sold out almost immediately upon publication in the UK last year, Magnum Photos presents the next instant collector's item in this series, featuring work by the New York fashion photographer Bruce Gilden.
PUBLISHER Magnum Photos
BOOK FORMAT Paperback, 11 x 15 in. / 200 pgs / 184 bw.
PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 8/15/2006 Out of print
DISTRIBUTION D.A.P. Exclusive Catalog: FALL 2006 p. 44
PRODUCT DETAILS ISBN 9781933045436FLAT40 List Price: $35.00 CDN $40.00