Photography Book Tag

ANTHONY HERNANDEZ: L.A., 1971

L.A., 1971 documents 12 photos appearing in the same order that they were taken in Los Angeles California on the same day in 1971 by photographer, Anthony Hernandez. The captive images are printed in tritone on McCoy Silk coated paper and are smyth sewn and covered with a printed aluminum cover. The book measures 12 x 8 inches and includes 32 pages. ...

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Love American Skin

The aim of the trip was to photograph, film and explore the multiple facets of the American identity. The people that Scheunemann met en route have become part of the project “Love American Skin”, presented in a book, and the accompanying feature length documentary....

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Momma Love: How the Mother Half Lives

Mothers are made to feel that if their parenting experience isn't all soft focus moments of bliss and fulfillment, they're doing something wrong. But as any mother may admit in private, motherhood is a really hard job. It's a 24-hour-a-day, unpaid job for which mothers receive varying degrees of support from partners, employers, lawmakers and society at large....

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Spencer Tunick: European Installations

Spencer Tunick stages scenes in which the battle of nature against culture is played out against various backdrops. From civic center to alpine glacier, man and woman are returned to a preindustrial, pre-everything state of existence. Tunick has traveled the globe to create theses still images of multiple nude figures in public settings. ...

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