Fred Herzog Photographs The definitive book about the stunning oeuvre of a pioneer of colour photography This is the only book to address the entirety of Fred Herzog s oeuvre In recent years as advancements in technology ha

  • Title: Fred Herzog Photographs
  • Author: Fred Herzog
  • ISBN: 1553655583
  • Page: 211
  • Format: reli
  • The definitive book about the stunning oeuvre of a pioneer of colour photography This is the only book to address the entirety of Fred Herzog s oeuvre In recent years, as advancements in technology have made it possible to effectively scan and reproduce Herzog s work to his exacting standards, critics around the world have discovered him In recent years, he has been the subject of solo exhibitions in Berlin, New York and Paris Herzog shot in colour at a time when serious photography was only black white his contribution to the development of colour photography is only now beginning to be understood Herzog himself supervises all scans, and no photograph is reprinted without it meeting his approval Paired with the authoritative essays of Jeff Wall, Sarah Milroy, Douglas Coupland and Claudia Gochmann, this is truly a collector s volume In 2010, a major German language catalogue of Herzog s work was published by Hatje Cantz.

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    1. J'ai offert cet ouvrage à une amie, car je trouvais le travail effectué superbe. J'hésite à me le procurer d'ailleurs :-)


    2. Every picture tells a story. In fact many of them. The longer you look, the more you return to these same, brilliantly-composed and evocative images, the more that is revealed, or at least the more you see, (or think you see, because like all great art, these wonderfully-emotive photos allow each viewer to piece together their own subjective narrative.) These are pictures, not so much "about" something, as much as profoundly-transporting windows into some personal and mysterious time and place. [...]


    3. At 50, I can just barely remember when America looked like it does in these photographs: ultra-clear, color-rich, detailed portraits of America's cities, walls, streets, signs and denizens, taken by this superb color photographer during the 1940's----1970's. Lovers of Midcentury signage and colors must not miss this book. Gorgeous and so much fun a real trip into the not-so-distant past.


    4. Fred Herzog's color photographs of urban scenes, mainly of Vancouver BC, are striking and usually beautiful. His work is not as well known as that of Ernst Haas or Jay Maisel, but it is equally pioneering and perhaps more unified. To do "street photography", in color, that has such aesthetic unity is remarkable. This handsome book is a fine introduction to an important artist.


    5. Someone gave me a gift of a Fred Herzog book of photographs of Vancouver.enjoying photography myself I keenly cracked it open. vintage type captures of a older Vancouver - I couldn't put it down. People picked it up off my coffee table and loved the photos so much that the book made a great gift.


    6. Looking through this book it felt as if I were time traveling. Atmospheric color photographs of vintage street scenes, store fronts, regular people from the 50's and 60's walking down the sidewalk. Beautiful photography from a unique and special time. This is now the coolest book that I own.


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