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The Lives of Documents - Photography as Project
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The Lives of Documents - Photography as Project
How do photographers select, order, and display their images to make visual arguments about built and natural environments? Conceived as part of a long-term project at the CCA to examine the contemporary role of photography in the study and practice...
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Photography and Architecture: 1839–1939
Photography of architecture has been central to the development of photography itself, yielding a wealth of images in a period of little more than 150 years. Photography and Architecture: 1839–1939, a historical survey of the first hundred years of architectural...
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Symphony: Mushrooms from the forest
Inspired by the Ed Ruscha series Coloured People, Takashi Homma visited forests on three continents to search for radioactive mushrooms. The mushrooms—gathered in Scandinavia, Fukushima, Chernobyl and Stony Point—were photographed in front of a white background, with occasional photographs from...
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Armin Linke: 4FLIGHT
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Armin Linke: 4FLIGHT
4Flight attempts to document the profound metamorphosis within the urban and natural landscape, also due by man. The images’ research, developed with an aesthetic, anthropological and sociological criteria, has led to the creation of an archive in progress with the...
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Marianne Mueller: Stairs etc
Over the years Marianne Mueller has accumulated an archive of photographs taken both at home and on extended journeys. Completely nonhierarchical, the pictures capture whatever strikes the artist's fancy. In Stairs etc, her archive has supplied the copious images of the...
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Susanne Kriemann, 10%: Das Bildarchiv eines Kernforschungszentrums betreffend
Unknown lady in the radiation protection department, puddle, dancing couple in costume, damage to a waste drum, retiree send-off, lead shielding, burnt-out glovebox, scorpion with microchip—these are all captions to photographs of Germany’s first major nuclear research facility. In 1957,...
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Aglaia Konrad: Shaping Stones, Angle 17°
In her photographic work Austrian Aglaia Konrad has developed a distinctive way of documenting global urbanization. Her archive contains thousands of pictures concerning infrastructure and architecture, an almost unlimited collection that elucidates the relationship between society and place. The pictures...
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Naoya Hatakeyama : Rikuzentakata
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Naoya Hatakeyama : Rikuzentakata
Cette série est la suite logique de Kesengawa, où le photographe, cette fois, touché personnellement par le tsunami de 2011 qui détruit sa ville natale, Rikuzentakata, observe la naissance d'un monde inconnu dans le bruit des engins de construction. Il...
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Takashi Homma: Vedove/Widows
Extremely accurate in concept and printing, Vedove/Widows has been published in an edition of 350 copies. The project is the result of the cooperation between Andrea Botto and Francesco Zanot, respectively director and curator of the annual Rapallo Fotografia festival, who entrusted...
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Susanne Kriemann: P(ech) B(blende). Library for radioactive afterlife
Susanne Kriemann's artist’s book P(ech) B(lende), Library for Radioactive Afterlife looks at the political and actual invisibility of the highly radioactive mineral pitchblende (uraninite). From 1946 to 1989 pitchblende was mined in the Erzgebirge (Ore) Mountains in an area contained within the...
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Jeff Wall: Essais et entretiens
Cette nouvelle édition augmentée des écrits de Jeff Wall présente des essais, des conférences et des entretiens, ainsi que deux longs dialogues avec Jean-François Chevrier. Jeff Wall revient sur sa formation et l'évolution de son travail et analyse celui d'autres...
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Sur la photographie
« Tout a débuté par un essai, consacré à quelques-uns des problèmes esthétiques et moraux que pose l’omniprésence des images photographiques : mais plus je réfléchissais à la nature des photographies, plus elles devenaient complexes et suggestives. Si bien qu’un...
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Aglaia Konrad: Japan Works
Aglaia Konrad’s photographic work probes the social, cultural, economic, political, and historical parameters that inform architecture and urbanism. 'Japan Works' is the result of her journey through Japan in the autumn of 2019. Using a pre-compiled list of places with...
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Lynne Cohen : Double aveugle, 1970-2012
Cette publication parcourt l'intégralité de la carrière d'une figure majeure de la photographie canadienne, depuis ses premières expérimentations, en noir et blanc et en petits formats, du début des années 1970 jusqu'aux commandes monumentales en couleurs des années 2000-2013. Privilégiant...
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Thomas Struth: Unconscious places
In this new edition of his striking collection of street views from 1970 to 2010. Thomas Struth presents a series of urban streetscapes from cities such as Edinburgh, Lima, Pyongyang, Naples, and New York City, all taken in similar conditions--devoid...
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Ari Marcopoulos: Ainsi soit-il / So be it
Limited edition photobook by Ari Marcopoulos with text by Kara Walker. All photographs were taken on trips in 2018 and 2019, when Ari and Kara went to visit their friends Robert Frank and June Leaf in their home in Mabou...
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Tokuko Ushioda: My husband (2 vol.)
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Tokuko Ushioda: My husband (2 vol.)
Tokuko Ushioda launched her career as a photographer around 1975, befriending figures such as Shigeo Gocho and Fusako Kodama, who became important inspirations. While studying under Kiyoji Otsuji, she crossed paths with Shinzo Shimao, who would later become her husband....
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Richard Misrach: Destroy this memory
The photographs by Richard Misrach assembled in this volume are a stark, affecting reminders of the physical and psychological impact of Hurricane Katrina as told by those on the ground, and seen through the lens of a contemporary master. Rather...
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Island zombie: Iceland writings
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Island zombie: Iceland writings
"I’m often asked, but have no idea why I chose Iceland, why I first started going, why I still go. In truth I believe Iceland chose me." Artist Roni Horn first visited Iceland in 1975 at the age of nineteen,...
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Lynne Cohen: Occupied territory
In 1987 Aperture published Lynne Cohen's first monograph, Occupied Territory, an exploration of space as simulated experience--a sham reality, idealized and standardized. The expanded and updated reissue of this classic monograph makes Cohen's pioneering work available to a contemporary audience,...
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Sol LeWitt: Four Basic Kinds of Lines & Colour
Originally published in 1977, Four Basic Kinds of Lines & Colour  is a classic artist’s book by conceptual artist Sol LeWitt (1928–2007). Featuring 34 pages of drawings, the work is an early example of LeWitt’s rigorous, algorithmic process in which a...
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Bernd & Hilla Becher: Framework Houses
Bernd and Hilla Becher have profoundly influenced the international photography world over the past several decades. Their unique genre, which falls somewhere between topological documentation and conceptual art, is in line with the aesthetics of such early-twentieth-century masters of German...
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Luigi Ghirri: Puglia. Tra albe e tramonti
Puglia. Tra albe e tramonti offers a brilliant account of Luigi Ghirri’s relationship with Puglia — a distinctive region at the heel of Italy, which was pivotal in establishing Ghirri’s career and continued to inspire him throughout it. A first visit...
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Dyvik Kahlen: Dyvik Kahlen in practice, Villa Ruba
The In Practice series explores the multiple ways in which architects can engage their professional architecture practice in academic research and reciprocally. The series seeks to open a space for architecture practices in research through the development of methodologies, conferences, publications...
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Jeff Wall : Refonder la modernité
Avec Jeff Wall. Refonder la modernité, Philippe Bazin nous livre son point de vue d’artiste sur le travail d’un photographe mondialement célébré. Invitant sans arrêt l’irréel au sein du banal, Jeff Wall est passé maître dans l’art de l’étrangeté familière....
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Michael Schmidt: Photographies 1965-2014
Figure admirée et respectée de ses pairs en Allemagne comme sur la scène internationale, Michael Schmidt a pourtant été très peu montré en France. Publié en relation avec l'importante rétrospective itinérante - la première depuis le décès de l'artiste -...
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Lewis Baltz
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Lewis Baltz
This comprehensive book accompanies the first retrospective exhibition of Lewis Baltz's work following his passing in 2014. It explores the artist's oeuvre as a complex whole of interrelated series, from his first Prototypes and the Tract Houses to Park City,...
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Michael Schmidt: Ein heit (u-ni-ty)
In his recently reissued artist’s book “Ein-heit”, Michael Schmidt traces the universal iconography of political systems and the images of humankind they project. Addressing the complex relationship between the individual and the state, he asks how we can resist the loss...
CAD 100.00
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