Les Presses du Réel / Kamel Mennour, 2010. Hardcover. New. Hardcover with illustrated cover, 397 pages, including drawings and collages, paintings, a chronology, a bibliography and a filmography and criticism. Very often many full-page reproductions. Book on Pierre Molinier. New.
Berlin: Gerhardt Verlag, 1962. 1st combined edition after the Berlin-Paris editions of 1) 1934-36; 2) 1949 and 3) 1957. One of 2000 numbered copies; 8.25 x 6.5 in., 190 pages in German; 25 mounted plates (15 in color) + text illustrations; publisher's wrappers with attached color cut-out, in the original acetate overlay; in fine condition. First edition reproductions of Hans Bellmer's ...click for details
Fulvio and Napoleone Ferrari, 2003. 119 pages & 83 illustrations. Large coffee table book. Profusely illustrated with color and b&w pictures. This book was published in Italy with Italian text.
Never released in the US. Carlo Mollino's masterpieces (photography, design and architec ...click for details
Umberto Allemandi & Co., Turin, 1999, 82 pages, small folio-size softcover in thick wraps, 13.5" by 9.5". Text in Italian. First edition. Exceptionally well printed volume on the nude Polaroids of rogue Italian architect and designer Carlo Mollino. Essay illustrated with b & w period pho ...click for details
Howe & Hawkins, ed. Graham & G. Ray
Paul Outerbridge, Jr.: Photographs.
New York: Rizzoli. 1980 First edition. Quarto. Gilt spine titled cloth. Text by Graham Howe and Jacqueline Markham. The first monograph on the photographs of Paul Outerbridge, Jr., 160 pages, 59 color and 81 duotone illustrations. Fine/Fine.
Photographs by Paul Outerbridge. Edited by Manfred Heiting. Text by Elaine Dines-Cox. Hardcover. Taschen, New York, 1999. 252 pp., 186 color illustrations. As new.
Passionate, brilliant, and inventive, Paul Outerbridge was both a master photographer and a technical innovator, developing his own carbro-color process before commercial color film was readily available. Sometimes shocking, sometimes ...click for details