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Product Description: Vividly illustrated, Conflict, Time, Photography zeroes in on war and its aftermath, highlighting the fact that time itself is a fundamental aspect of the photographic medium. The images presented here articulate a range of photographic perspectives, and include photographs made a few moments or a few days after an event as well as those made several years, decades, or even a century later...read more
By Simon Baker (editor), Simon Bolitho (contributor), Megan Bullock (contributor), Shoair Mavlian (editor) and David Alan Mellor (contributor)

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9781849763202 | Tate Gallery Pubn, May 5, 2015, cover price $45.00 | About this edition: Vividly illustrated, Conflict, Time, Photography zeroes in on war and its aftermath, highlighting the fact that time itself is a fundamental aspect of the photographic medium.

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Product Description: Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 film Blow-Up is a masterfully constructed and paced exploration of the enigmas that challenge our interpretations of both the moving and the still image. Photography plays a key role at the very core of the film, providing the metaphorical site for the director's questioning of the relationship between reality and perceptions...read more

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9783869300238 | Steidl / Edition7L, May 17, 2011, cover price $49.00 | About this edition: Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 film Blow-Up is a masterfully constructed and paced exploration of the enigmas that challenge our interpretations of both the moving and the still image.

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Product Description: When thinking of late-twentieth-century Britain, we often think of pop exports like The Beatles, the Sex Pistols or The Smiths and forget that England, from the late 60s through the 80s, was brutally depressed by inflation, unemployment, strikes, blackouts and racial unrest...read more

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9781853322655 | Hayward Gallery, February 1, 2008, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: When thinking of late-twentieth-century Britain, we often think of pop exports like The Beatles, the Sex Pistols or The Smiths and forget that England, from the late 60s through the 80s, was brutally depressed by inflation, unemployment, strikes, blackouts and racial unrest.

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“These ‘guests’ are spooks for our time, a New Age vision of the body as energy that is also a specter of nuclear fusion.” —Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle “[Bucklow’s photographs] create the impression of presences that seem both three-dimensional and immaterial—more like auras than physical objects. I am reminded of photographs taken a century ago featuring see-through presences that purported to be wraiths or spirits. Bucklow doesn’t make any such claims: but the fact that the head is usually the lightest part of the image suggests that he is trying to portray something other than the body—intelligence, awareness, the spirit; call it what you will.” —Sarah Kent, Time Out London Known for his silhouettes made using a pinhole camera, Christopher Bucklow’s first monograph, Guest, collects for the first time many works from the Guest and Tetrarchs series. It also documents his earlier photographic work and video images made within the Canopic Fusion Reactor—a pinhole camera the size of a building, built in St. Ives in Cornwall, England, for the total eclipse of the sun, visible there in 1999. Coinciding with the publication of Guest by Christopher Bucklow, the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York City will host a celebration of twelve years of Blind Spot Magazine and Blind Spot Books in September 2004.

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9781576872369 | Limited edition (Power House Books, October 30, 2004), cover price $400.00
9781576872352 | Power House Books, September 1, 2004, cover price $8.99 | About this edition: “These ‘guests’ are spooks for our time, a New Age vision of the body as energy that is also a specter of nuclear fusion.

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By Lizzie Carey-Thomas (contributor), Barry Curtis (contributor), Hymie Dunn (contributor), Adrian Glew (contributor), David Alan Mellor (contributor), Simon Sadler (contributor), Chris Stephens (editor), Katherine Stout (editor), Rachel Tant (contributor), Toby Treves (contributor) and Andrew Wilson (contributor)

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9781854375223 | Tate Gallery Pubn, October 1, 2004, cover price $35.00

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Product Description: Gathering notice in newspapers under the headlines "He paints to Rock and Roll, " Robyn Denny became one of the leading London painters in the 1960s-a pioneer of a significant kind of Hard Edge abstraction which was distinctly different to the dominant American abstraction of the time...read more

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9781901033335 | Black Dog Pub Ltd, July 1, 2002, cover price $29.95 | About this edition: Gathering notice in newspapers under the headlines "He paints to Rock and Roll, " Robyn Denny became one of the leading London painters in the 1960s-a pioneer of a significant kind of Hard Edge abstraction which was distinctly different to the dominant American abstraction of the time.

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9781873654842, titled "The Barry Joule Archive - Works on Paper Attributed to Francis Bacon" | Irish Museum of Modern Art, August 30, 2000, cover price $54.50

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