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50 Photo Icons [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Hans-Michael Koetzle
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Kurzbeschreibung

25. Juli 2011
This title presents the stories behind history's most extraordinary photographs. It deals with the most important landmarks in the history of photography under the microscope. Photographs have a strange and powerful way of shaping the way we see the world and influencing our perceptions of reality. To demonstrate the unique and profound influence on culture and society that photographs have, "Photo Icons" puts the most important landmarks in the history of photography under the microscope. Each chapter of this special edition focuses on a single image which is described and analyzed in detail, in aesthetic, historical, and artistic contexts. The book begins with the very first permanent images (Nicephore Niepce's 1827 eight-hour-exposure rooftop picture and Louis Daguerre's famous 1839 street scene) and takes the reader up through the present day, via the avant-garde photography of the 1920s and works such as Dorothea Lange's "Migrant Mother" (1936), Robert Doisneau's "Kiss in Front of City Hall" (1950), and Martin Parr's "New European photography".

Produktinformation

  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 304 Seiten
  • Verlag: Taschen GmbH (25. Juli 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 383652693X
  • ISBN-13: 978-3836526937
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 12,7 x 22,9 x 27,9 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 266.370 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Hans-Michael Koetzle is a Munich-based freelance author and journalist, focusing mainly on history and the aesthetics of photography. He has published numerous books on photography, including Die Zeitschrift twen (1995), Photo Icons (2001), Das Lexikon der Fotografen (2002), and Rene Burri (2004).

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Ein schönes, schweres und reich mit Fotos abgefüllter Bildband. Macht sich gut in der eigenen Fachliteratur und als Inspirationsquelle für eigene Projekte.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Picture the story 15. Juli 2011
The book has gone through various editions since it was published as two digest-sized paperbacks in 2002. Reprinted in 2005 and now in 2011, each edition has had minor changes in the named photographers but essentially it looks at the background to great photos. I think it's worth pointing out that Koetzle's book doesn't consider the technical aspects of the photos he chose.

Rather predictably the pages open with a look at Nicephore Niepce's 1827 `View from the study window' and Daguerre's 1838 `Boulevard du Temple'. Both are generally considered to be the beginnings of photo art. The fifty photos continue up to Thomas Hoepker unusual shot five folk talking amongst themselves on the Queens side of the East River while across the water lower Manhattan burns away on September 11.

What gives these pages extra punch are alternate and other related photos, either from the same assignment or showing how others were used in books and magazines. These printed reproductions, in my view, are the best part of the book.

Each of the fifty photos opens with a large version, either over a spread or single page. The text explores the background to the photo, other versions and the photographer's viewpoint. Nicely the author has included some social history which makes the images accessible and not something to be considered as elitist art. Fortunately many of these photos are what could loosely be called documentary or news.

The pages are a handsome print job using a three hundred screen on matt art, though I thought the text, because of not quite adequate line spacing, gets a little hard to read at times. A nice touch is reproducing the fifty as thumbnails on the Contents spread so the reader can dip into particular image easily.

For the price this is another Taschen bargain.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Picture the story 15. Juli 2011
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The book has gone through various editions since it was published as two digest-sized paperbacks in 2002. Reprinted in 2005 and now in 2011, each edition has had minor changes in the named photographers but essentially it looks at the background to great photos. I think it's worth pointing out that Koetzle's book doesn't consider the technical aspects of the photos he chose.

Rather predictably the pages open with a look at Nicephore Niepce's 1827 `View from the study window' and Daguerre's 1838 `Boulevard du Temple'. Both are generally considered to be the beginnings of photo art. The fifty photos continue up to Thomas Hoepker unusual shot five folk talking amongst themselves on the Queens side of the East River while across the water lower Manhattan burns away on September 11.

What gives these pages extra punch are alternate and other related photos, either from the same assignment or showing how others were used in books and magazines. These printed reproductions, in my view, are the best part of the book.

Each of the fifty photos opens with a large version, either over a spread or single page. The text explores the background to the photo, other versions and the photographer's viewpoint. Nicely the author has included some social history which makes the images accessible and not something to be considered as elitist art. Fortunately many of these photos are what could loosely be called documentary or news.

The pages are a handsome print job using a three hundred screen on matt art, though I thought the text, because of not quite adequate line spacing, gets a little hard to read at times. A nice touch is reproducing the fifty as thumbnails on the Contents spread so the reader can dip into particular image easily.

For the price this is another Taschen bargain.

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