'A landmark book that tells the stories behind the world's most iconic images.' --The Booksellers Buyer's Guide, 1 August 2014 --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Gerry Badger is a photographer, architect, curator and critic. He has written extensively for the photographic press, and among his recent books are Collecting Photography, The Photobook: A History (with Martin Parr), and the text to a major monograph of the Berlin work of John Gossage, Berlin in the Time of the Wall (2004). Amongst the exhibitions he has curated were Photographer as Printmaker: 140 Years of Photographic Printmaking, the Arts Council of Great Britain travelling exhibition, 1981-82, and Through the Looking Glass: Photographic Art in Great Britain 1945-1989, at the Barbican Art Gallery, 1989. His own work was included in The Garden in English Art at Tate Britain, London, in 2004. Author Location: London
A very fine book, it will please photographs of all levels of photography. The package had suffered damage in transit, however, it resulted only a couple of dents in the front... Read morePublished 9 months ago by GeeJay
Book arrived in good time, was as advertised and I'm very pleased with it.Published 10 months ago by Andie Pandie
good quality for price!
Book is good for photojournalist students and people interested.