miércoles, 20 de julio de 2011

Los 30 mejores libros de fotografía de la década, según Martin Parr

Ryan McGinley - The Kids are Alright

Rinko Kawauchi - Utatane

Geert van Kesteren - Why Mister Why

John Gossage - Berlin in the time of the Wall

Christien Meindertsma - Checked Baggage

Leigh Ladare - Pretend You're Actually Alive
Sakaguchi Tomoyuki - Home
Simon Roberts - We English
Paul Graham - A Shimmer of Possibilities
Doug Rickard - New American Picture
Dash Snow - Slime the Boogie
Miguel Calderon - Miguel Calderon
Viviane Sassen - Flamboya
Miyako Ishiuchi - Mother's
JH Engstrom - Trying to Dance
Jules Spinatsch - Temporary Discomfort: Chapter 1-V
Daniela Rossell - Ricas y Famosas

Uchihara Yasuhiko - son of a Bit
Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs - The Great Unreal
Donovan Wylie - Scrapbook
Archive of Modern Conflict - Nein, Onkel
Stephen Gill - Hackney Wick
Florian van Roekel - How Terry likes his coffee
Susan Meiselas - In History
Wassink Lundgren - Empty Bottles
Michael Wolf - Tokyo Compression
Alessandra Sanguinetti - On the Sixth Day
Nina Korhonen - Anna, Amerikan Mummu
Alec Soth - Sleeping by the Mississippi
Hans Eijkelboom - Portraits & Cameras 1949-2009


El catálogo, con los comentarios de Martin Parr a cada libro y textos de sus respectivos autores, se puede conseguir aquí:

lunes, 18 de julio de 2011

Magnum photographers

® Elliott Erwitt - Magnum

Magnum photographers, Paris 1988. "These are my Magnum colleagues. The reason they are all hiding their faces is because they weren’t all there. I thought that if we all hid our faces, we wouldn't know who wasn’t there, but it turned out to be kind of a funny picture — we know exactly who’s there."

sábado, 16 de julio de 2011

Miroslav Tichý. Retrospectiva en Valladolid.

Es la primera retrospectiva que se le dedica tras su muerte el pasado Abril.

Sala Municipal de exposiciones San Benito.
Desde el 15 de Julio hasta el 28 de Agosto.

Miroslav Tichý