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The Photobook: A History Volume III [Englisch] [Gebundene Ausgabe]

Gerry Badger , Martin Parr

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The third and final volume in Phaidon’s acclaimed Photobook series, hailed as ‘the most important contribution to the field since modern histories of photography began to appear in the early 20th century’ (photo-eye). This comprehensive study of the contemporary photobook brings the history of the genre fully up to date, highlighting over 200 books dating from World War II to the present day. Photographer Martin Parr and co-author Gerry Badger offer a fresh approach to photographic history, focusing on the development of photography in its published form and covering key genres such as conflict, memory, society, place and desire .

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"a wealth of previously undiscovered books. . . Parr and Badger's text describing each book and placing it in its historical context is what makes this an invaluable resource." - photo eye"With this series of books, Parr and Badger have produced a tremendous contribution to the photobook medium. Anyone even remotely connected to the photobook has already benefited from it, whether it's publishers or photographers making photo books, anyone interested in what the medium has to offer, or educators teaching classes about the history of the photobook." - "Conscientious Photography Magazine""And this, of course, is part of the Parr/Badger enterprise, not to hold some banal discussion about what is and isn't art, but rather to reevaluate what is and isn't worthy of attention, whether it's art or not. The authors have benefited from a growing appreciation of (and demand for) photobooks, something for which they themselves are to a considerable extent responsible. . . And this is perhaps the authors' greatest achievement. Photographic high art could always take care of itself. It was the eccentric and the ephemeral that most needed to be preserved, cherished, and celebrated." - Geoff Nicholson, "Los Angeles Review of Books""Who better than Parr and Badger to lead us expertly through the field? Parr has collected 12,000 photography books over the past 35 years, while no one writes quite so succinctly and knowledgeably on photography as Badger. The third volume will no doubt become as much of a bible in the photobook world as the first two." Anny Shaw, "The Art Newspaper"

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The work of Martin Parr bridges the divide between art and documentary photography. His studies of the idiosyncrasies of mass culture and consumerism around the world, his innovative imagery and his prolific output have placed him firmly at the forefront of contemporary art. His recent publications include Luxury (2008) and Life Is a Beach (2012). A member of the international photo agency Magnum, Parr is an avid collector of books and a world authority on the photobook. Gerry Badger is a photo historian, architect and critic. He regularly writes and lectures on photography and has curated a number of exhibitions. His published books include Collecting Photography (2003) and monographs on John Gossage and Stephen Shore, as well as Phaidon's 55s on Chris Killip (2001) and Eugene Atget (2001). In 2007 he published The Genius of Photography, the book of the BBC television series of the same name, and in 2010 The Pleasures of Good Photographs, an anthology of essays that was awarded the 2011 Infinity Writers' Award from the International Center of Photography, New York.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Photobooks are a great series. 28. April 2014
Von B. Smith - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I loved the first of the series, a great introduction to the Photobook history. Addicted to photobooks, I found it an important addition to my library. I was delighted to find a second issue that followed up on the first, and now the final third. If you love photobooks, this is for you, if you find them boring, look elsewhere. Books like this are for people who love the printed page, the printed image, the personal library that allows one to touch, think about, and smell the pages of books.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Photobooks: alive and kicking 20. März 2014
Von Robin Benson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
A welcome addition to Parr and Badger's two previous photobook histories that looked at 472 titles from 1843 up to the end of the last century. Most of them came from the established publishing industry unlike many books in this third edition which are self-published in limited editions, issued since the end of the second World War. The nine chapters look at: propaganda; protest; desire; society; place; conflict; identity; memory and photography as a medium.

Like volumes one and two the coverage is very wide ranging, from the five color photos and mono collages in the 'We shall overcome: March on Washington' (1963) to the fifty-three color photos in the 'Catalogue of meat products, conserves and lard' (1973) issued by a Prague food company to the seventy-five in 'Kim Jong II looking at things' (2012) published by Jean Boite Editions, Paris. Some are just a few pages: twenty in the 2012 'Thank you for travelling with Northern Rail' with twelve photos to 664 page 'The J Street project' (2005) with 303 color photos. An odd inclusion is 'America's favorites' published in 1980 by Putnam, a mass market book with seventy-five pack shots of popular food brands, I thought it seemed slightly out of place with dozens of subjective creative books throughout these pages.

Each spread mostly has two or three photobooks featured, occasionally one book gets a whole spread. As so many of these fascinating titles will never be seen by the reader I thought it was rather unfortunate that the common format is to show the cover and two inside spreads but there is usually enough white space on each spread to accommodate three spreads from each book, this was also a criticism I had of volumes one and two.

All the photobooks featured have a technical caption (author, publisher, date, pages, dimensions, copies printed) and an extended one to two hundred word mini essay. Nicely some of these have wonderfully wry comments about the subject matter in the photos. As with the previous books this one uses a matt art paper for the two hundred screen printing.

Anyone who loves photobooks will need to get this latest edition of visual storytelling.
1.0 von 5 Sternen Emperor's new clothes 9. Oktober 2014
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Arbitrary judgments. Incomprehensible that these books are given so much respect.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen An interesting project 4. April 2014
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I have not read all three in the series, but I come away convinced that many of these books need not have been published. The authors have shown great imagination in throwing their net wide in selecting all possible of variety of photo books. But many selections appear to be no more than vanity projects. Although the short summaries are intelligently written what I find more interesting is the struggle to illustrate a whole book with very few actual photos. An impossible project.

A warning for those looking to make their own book : there is very little practical advice except to assure you that someone somewhere has made a book more unlikely than yours.
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