Product Description: While Mitch Epstein is widely acknowledged as one of the world's most distinguished art photographers, a complete survey of his work has never been published until now. Mitch Epstein: Work invites readers to trace the evolution of Epstein's entire career, following formal and thematic concerns that reveal how his aesthetics, his techniques and his politics have shifted and influenced one another over time...read more
9783958290181 | Steidl / Edition7L, March 22, 2016, cover price $50.00 | About this edition: While Mitch Epstein is widely acknowledged as one of the world's most distinguished art photographers, a complete survey of his work has never been published until now.
9783865212818 | Hardcover with CD edition (Steidl / Edition7L, November 15, 2006), cover price $50.00
Product Description: Mitch Epstein (born 1952) is among America's finest contemporary photographers. Two of the most powerful series upon which his reputation rests are Recreation (1973-1988) and American Power (2003), sequences that attempt to make fundamental statements about the U...read more
Product Description: "Berliners have chosen to leave traces of the worst of themselves in their architecture and landscape. They have understood what a largely amnesiac America has not: reform relies on memory."--Mitch EpsteinIn 2008 Mitch Epstein won the Berlin Prize in Arts and Letters and was awarded a six-month residency at the American Academy in Berlin...read more
Product Description: Family photographs are a universally familiar genre, and an intimate one, which makes this collection an accessible entry point for its deceptively simple but deeply complex social and representational issues. In turning their cameras on their own households,17 artists including Miguel Calder*n, Ari Markopoulos, Chris Verene and Gillian Wearing consider the family as a dynamic social institution, and confirm, if there was any doubt, that its affairs are never simply personal, but rather are entwined with and illustrative of broader historical, anthropological and economic considerations...read more
9780916365738 | Independent Curators, March 15, 2006, cover price $19.95 | About this edition: Family photographs are a universally familiar genre, and an intimate one, which makes this collection an accessible entry point for its deceptively simple but deeply complex social and representational issues.
Product Description: Ordinary things here startle, while the extraordinary appears at perfect ease in the world. These pictures, made in the 1970s and 80s, offer a window into the beginning and breadth of Mitch Epstein's career. Most of these photographs are previously unpublished--culled from 15 years of work that addresses the theme of American recreation...read more
Product Description: Mitch Epstein was 48 and living in New York when his mother called him about the fire. On a windy August night in 1999, two 12-year-old boys had broken into a boarded-up apartment building owned by Epstein's father in Holyoke, Massachusetts, and, just for the hell of it, set it ablaze...read more
9781576871225 | Collectors edition (Power House Books, May 1, 2001), cover price $350.00 | About this edition: Limited edition of only seventy-five, The City includes a slipcased copy of the book and a signed and numbered color photograph by the artist.
9781576871010 | Power House Books, March 1, 2001, cover price $50.00 | About this edition: New York isn't what it used to be, so why haven't New York's photographers and photographic books caught up with reality?
Product Description: A photographer's compelling and poetic odyssey through modern-day Vietnam. Mitch Epstein's evocative pictures reveal a complex Vietnam that few Americans have ever seen.This is not a document about the war; nor is it the pastoral idyll other photographers have portrayed...read more