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Paris Mon Amour

De (autor) Traducere de Chris Miller, Verena Vannahme
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en Limba Engleză Paperback – June 2014
At once cosmopolitan metropolis and venue for a pensive stroll, Moloch and emblem of the modern, Paris has been a source of inspiration for countless artists and writers down the ages. But not least it is the home and constant muse of a relatively young art: photography. Since the earliest days of the daguerreotype right up to our time, renowned photographers such as Joseph Nicéphore Niepce, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau, and Jeanloup Sieff have lived and worked in the city of lights. Over the years a love affair developed between Paris and photography, giving rise to a remarkable record of the metropolis and a telling history of a new art form. This volume takes the reader on numerous walks, camera in hand, through the streets of Paris. Atmospheric black-and-white photos, shot by great photographers over two centuries, reveal the dramatic and the tranquil, the historic and the everyday—in the capitals parks and gardens, boulevards and backstreets, passages and arcades, bistros and nightclubs.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783822835418
ISBN-10: 3822835412
Pagini: 240
Ilustrații: zahlreiche Abbildungen
Dimensiuni: 245 x 328 x 18 mm
Greutate: 1.33 kg
Ediția: unveränderte Neuauflage.
Editura: Taschen Books
Locul publicării: Germany

Notă biografică

The author:
Jean Claude Gautrand, born in 1932, is one of France’s most distinguished experts on photography. An active photographer since 1960, he has also made a name for himself as a historian, journalist and critic, with numerous publications. He is the author of the TASCHEN books Paris mon amour (1999), Doisneau (2003), Brassaï (2004) and Ronis (2005).