Elliott Erwitt – Unseen

HB, 160 pages, 156 photographs

58,00  sis.alv.

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teNeues Publishing has been nominated for the renowned LUCIE AWARD 2007 in the category Photography Book Publisher of the Year with Elliott Erwitt’s Book Unseen. The LUCIE AWARDS – the photography community’s Oscar – are awarded in NY each year to salute the achievements of the world’s finest photographers and to promote the appreciation of photography. Elliott Erwitt received the famous Lifetime Achievement Award 2007 in New York on 22.10.2007. For those already familiar with the scope and ingenuity of this photographic craftsman, this is an essential addition to your Erwitt collection. If not, you can look forward to discovering his eclecticism and expertise. Probing the limits of black-and-white photography, Erwitt’s lens captures subtleties ranging from the duskiest grays to the most luminous whites. This intriguing collection of previously unpublished photographs highlights the drama in everyday moments. Its subjects range from anonymous faces in the crowd to candid glimpses of icons like John F. Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe, and Truman Capote. Born in Paris in 1928, Elliott Erwitt arrived in the U.S. in the late 1930s. Establishing himself in the ’40s and ’50s as a leading magazine photographer, he joined the prestigious Magnum agency in 1953. In addition to his work in magazines, he achieved great success as an advertising photographer and filmmaker. He currently lives in New York City. After Personal Best, this is his second book published with teNeues. A master lensman’s quirky look at life Appealing to both lovers of fine art photography and scholars of the human condition


Paino 1.4 kg