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2018-04-28 19:44:01
AA. VV.
Gruppo Editoriale Fabbri. INTERLINGUE 0,69 Due volumi dell' anno 1981, composti rispettivamente da 62 pagine cadauno. Brossura editoriale in cartoncino flessibile, con copertina illustrata. Pagine in buonissimo stato, ricche di fotografie a colori e in nero, e planimetrie, nel testo e fuori. Lingue presenti italiano e inglese. USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele [IT]
2018-04-27 00:53:20
White, E.B.
New York: Harper, (1981). First edition. "Author's pages", indicated in red ink on the first page. This is a set of corrected page proofs, loose 8x11 sheets, with considerable and substantive pencilled corrections by White.
Bookseller: Thomas A. Goldwasser Rare Books [UNITED STATES]
2018-04-26 10:25:01
Löwith, Karl
Stuttgart, J. B. Metzlersche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1981. 8°, Orig.-Leinenbde. mit -Schutzumschlägen. Bd. 1: Mensch und Menschenwelt. Beiträge zur Anthropologie. - Bd. 2: Weltgeschichte und Heilsgeschehen. Zur Kritik der Geschichtsphilosophie. - Bd. 3: Wissen, Glaube und Skepsis. Zur Kritik von Religion und Theologie. - Bd. 4: Von Hegel zu Nietzsche. Der revolutionäre Bruch im Denken des 19. Jahrhunderts (1941). - Bd. 5: Hegel und die Aufhebung der Philosophie im 19. Jahrhundert. - Bd. 6: Nietzsche. - Bd. 7: Jacob Burckhardt. - Bd. 8: Heidegger - Denker in dürftiger Zeit. - Bd. 9: Gott, Mensch und Welt in der Metaphysik von Descartes bis zu Nietzsche (1967) und vermischte Schriften, Nachträge. - Sehr gute, ungelesene Exemplare.
Bookseller: Rotes Antiquariat [DE]
2018-04-26 05:38:45
MELVILLE, Herman; MOSER, Barry:
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1981. Photo-facsimile of the 1979 Arion Press edition of 250 copies designed by Andrew Hoyem. xv, 578, [1=colophon] pp; illus. Original cloth, 4to (34x22 cm, 13½x8½ in.). Near Fine, in slipcase. Named one of the 100 most beautiful books of the twentieth century by The Grolier Club. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Ted Kottler, Bookseller [Redondo Beach, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-26 00:49:10
Gerhard Knoll Mit Beiträge Von Elizabeth Dickmann, Andreas Hedwig, Gerhard Knoll Und Paul Spang
Wiesbaden: Ludwig Reichert Verlag. Livre. 200 x 150 mm. Das Evangelistar Kaiser Heinrichs III. Perikopenbuch aus Echternach. Ms. b. 21 der Universitätsbibliothek Bremen Kommentarband herausgegeben von Gerhard Knoll. Mit Beiträgen von Elisabeth Dickmann, Andreas Hedwig, Gerhard Knoll und Paul Spang. Farbiges Vollfaksimile: 1981. Format 200 x 150 mm. 254 Seiten, Pergament. ISBN (3-88226-115-3) Kommentarband: 1993. Format 21 x 16, 5 cm, 332 Seiten mit 59 Abbildungen, Halbpergament, Einmalige numerierte Auflage von 550 Exemplaren. Neuf in Neuf jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Luigi De BEi [Italy]
2018-04-24 00:53:32
HENSON, JIM, MILTON BERLE, & CHRISTOPHER FINCH
New York Muppet Press - Alfred A. Knopf 1981. First Edition, First Printing. Signed presentation copy and inscribed fully in the hand of Jim Henson to classic comedian Milton Berle. Inscribed: ÒChristmas 1981, To Milton, with our love, Kermit the Frog - Jim & Dave & all the gangÓ. Dave in the inscription is Dave Laser who was executive producer of The Muppets Show. Milton Berle (1908-2002) is remembered as Mr. Television, the greatest star of early television. Nicknamed Uncle Miltie, he had an amazing career including acting starting in the silent era film, vaudeville, radio, stage, standup. Milton Berle had a very memorable episode on The Muppets Show including a wonderfully comic scene of the two old men Muppets, the old men, Statler and Waldorf, who heckle Berle from their comedy box. Berle got along well with Henson and the Muppets crew, and they invited him to appear in the first Muppets feature motion picture - The Muppet Movie. A coffee table sized (11 x12 inches). A terrific illustrated history of The Muppets Show with an excellent text. Fine in a fine dust jacket. An historic association copy. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: James Pepper Rare Books, Inc., ABAA [Santa Barbara, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-19 00:19:22
Kerouac, Jack
Privately printed, New York. [290 leaves recto; 2 appended leaves recto & verso]: [ii], iii, 285 leaves, with added Appendix of two smaller leaves integrally bound; velo-bound with black plastic ribs in unprinted red fabricoid covers; 280 x 215 x 32 mm. Xerographic reproductions from the author's extensive periodical appearances, beginning with 'The Brothers' (1939: Horace Mann Quarterly) [Charters C1]. One of a small regeneration of copies made from Allen Ginsberg's copy of the 1972 expanded edition (of either six or twelve), intended by him as a prospectus to a proper trade edition that was never realized (the project ultimately rejected by Stella Kerouac). The original edition, produced privately by Marshall Clements & David Stivender in February 1971, comprised 283 leaves. This copy bears facsimile annotations in its publisher Ted Berrigan's hand: "Ted Berrigan 1980 / courtesy of A.G." on the title-page; "Appendix iii: Pages from Soup Magazine -- reproduced from JK's Journals -- added by me (Dr. Berrigan)" at the end of the Contents; and, "(Pages from Soup Magazine, circa Summer 1981 Steve Abbott, Editor)" on the first page of the two leaves appended by him. Two pages appear in reversed order (pp211/212) -- ironically, in the Paris Review interview, which was arranged by Berrigan -- and another (p204: second page of 'Excerpts of The Beat Generation', an interview with Al Aronowitz) has reproduced too faintly to read. The second leaf reads (in the same typeface as the succeeding Contents page): "As far as could be determined, these are all the uncollected, published writ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Letters Bookshop [Thunder Bay, ON, Canada]
2018-04-15 05:52:06
CHAR (René)
Alès, PAB, avril 1981. 1 plaquette (100 x 70) de 8 ff., cousue, étui-chemise de Julie Nadot. Édition originale. Tirage à 32 exemplaires.Celui-ci 1/8 hors commerce, l'exemplaire de René Char justifié par lui « R.C. gouaches d'Alexandre Galpérine. Juillet 1983 » et signé par PAB.Illustrée d'une gouache d'Alexandre Galpérine.Le texte sera intégré dans le recueil Batôn de rosier (Pléiade, 1983).
Bookseller: Librairie Walden [France, Orléans]
2018-04-14 01:16:37
MCLEAN, Adam ( Editor & Commentary ) [ Joscelyn Godwin related ].
Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks, Edinburgh, Scotland. Hardcover. Octavo. 130pp. Hand-bound in brown faux leather with gilt title to spine, hand-coloured plates. Edition limited to 250 copies. Signed by Adam McLean. Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks series No. 6. This copy with the 20 illustrations hand-coloured by Adam McLean. Adam McLean's transcription of the Glasgow University Library MS Ferguson 210, an eighteenth century manuscript translation of the "The Rosary of the Philosophers." This work was originally published under the title "Rosarium philosophorum sive pretiosissimum donum Dei" as part II of "De Alchimia Opuscula complura veterum philosophorum" in Frankfurt in 1550. The "Rosarium philosophorum" is widely regarded as one of the most important early Renaissance European alchemical texts, and will be recognisable to many on account of its 20 woodcut illustrations, some of which have have been widely reproduced. The edition comprises the First English language edition of the text, reproductions of the illustrations, and an Introduction and Commentary by McLean. There were two main issues of this, the first edition of this book: most copies had the printed black and white illustrations (only) whilst a small percentage of the already small print-run had them hand-coloured by McLean. A few copies were also issued with additional loose playing-card sized black and white facsimiles of the plates. This copy is in the mottled browned binding typical of the earlier issue states of works in the Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks series, and is printed on buff paper with mat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Weiser Antiquarian Books, Inc. [Cape Neddick, ME, U.S.A.]
2018-04-13 07:06:46
Calvino, Italo
Edizioni di Vanni Scheiwiller (Lucini e C.), 1981. Libro d'artista dove la bella prosa di Calvino, originariamente apparsa su «La Repubblica» del 18 giugno 1980, è ornata dalle acqueforti 'invisibili' della Ghitti, che ricordano Petros nel disegno e Peverelli per la tecnica 'invisibile a rilievo'. Libri d'artista edizioni Vanni Scheiwiller, 249
Bookseller: Libreria Pontremoli [IT]
2018-04-08 01:42:47
Charles Juliet
Fata Morgana, Montpellier, 1981. Livre . Livre illustré de Zoran Music. Seule la première gravure est signée, numérotée 60/75 Etui éditorial entoilé. 75 exemplaires signés par l'auteur [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Galerie Bordas [Venezia, VE, Italy]
2018-04-08 01:42:46
Hans Widrich, Salzburg, 1981. Livre . Livre illustré de Zoran Music. "Sechs Ansichten des Canale della Giudecca" Six Aquatintes numérotées et signées. 100 ex. sur vélin numérotés, 15 ex. justifiés E.A. 15 ex. justifiés H.C. Référence catalogue : LÂ’Oeuvre imprimé 336-341 38,3x48,2 cm [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Galerie Bordas [Venezia, VE, Italy]
2018-04-07 06:29:06
Allen, Lewis and Dorothy; Dean, Mallette (Illustrator)
Greenbrae, California: The Allen Press, 1981. Limited Edition. Hardcover. Fine. Dean, Mallette. One of 140 copies, folio size, approx. [100] pp., with original prospectus and an exhibition announcement from the press. The forty-sixth limited edition from The Allen Press, and a summation of forty-two years of the press's endeavors. "It contains all necessary bibliographical details on each title; also it is the history of a traditional private press and the philosophy regarding it." In sum it is the autobiography of Lewis and Dorothy Allen's lives as printers, and printing in both California and France. Though this was not the last book produced by The Allen Press, it was the last printed on the Columbian handpress, after which the smaller Albion handpress was used. As stated by Lewis Allen in the bibliography: "Our primary hope is that this Bibliography truthfully and accurately mirrors our pleasurable quotidian chore during the many years of devotion to the 'Black Art'."___DESCRIPTION: Quarter tan cloth imported from Paris, vermilion and beige classic hand-blocked (in Venice) Fortuny fabric covered boards, backstrip with title stamped in vermilion, fore- and tail-edges uncut, text printed in black, vermilion, blue and green, over eighty specimens of art work from the books and ephemera, many hand-coloured, with five or six four-page sheets sewn in; Romanee type from the Enschede Foundry in Holland, originally used for Tolstoy's "What Men Live By", Barcham Green paper which was handmade and watermarked to the press's specifications, folio size (14.25" by 9 7/8"), approx. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Swan's Fine Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-04-06 06:37:35
Allen, Lewis and Dorothy; Dean, Mallette (Illustrator)
The Allen Press, Greenbrae, California, 1981. One of 140 copies, folio size, approx. [100] pp., with original prospectus and an exhibition announcement from the press. The forty-sixth limited edition from The Allen Press, and a summation of forty-two years of the press's endeavors. "It contains all necessary bibliographical details on each title; also it is the history of a traditional private press and the philosophy regarding it." In sum it is the autobiography of Lewis and Dorothy Allen's lives as printers, and printing in both California and France. Though this was not the last book produced by The Allen Press, it was the last printed on the Columbian handpress, after which the smaller Albion handpress was used. As stated by Lewis Allen in the bibliography: "Our primary hope is that this Bibliography truthfully and accurately mirrors our pleasurable quotidian chore during the many years of devotion to the 'Black Art'."___DESCRIPTION: Quarter tan cloth imported from Paris, vermilion and beige classic hand-blocked (in Venice) Fortuny fabric covered boards, backstrip with title stamped in vermilion, fore- and tail-edges uncut, text printed in black, vermilion, blue and green, over eighty specimens of art work from the books and ephemera, many hand-coloured, with five or six four-page sheets sewn in; Romanee type from the Enschede Foundry in Holland, originally used for Tolstoy's "What Men Live By", Barcham Green paper which was handmade and watermarked to the press's specifications, folio size (14.25" by 9 7/8"), approx. [100] pp. Housed in a plain matching tan cloth slipc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Swan's Fine Books, ABAA, ILAB, IOBA [Walnut Creek, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-04 21:16:33
Maeght, Barcelona 1981. Livre . Livre illustré de Joan Miró. Eau-forte et aquatinte 12 eaux-fortes (non signées) et 12 eaux-fortes et aquatintes (non signées) en couleurs. 54 pages. En feuilles. Boite entoilée avec tranche d'agathe inscrustée sur le premier plat. 130 + XV exemplaires numérotés et signés. Référence catalogue : Cramer 251 Arches 36 x 50 cm [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Galerie Bordas [Venezia, VE, Italy]
2018-04-01 07:20:10
AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 18x18cm sur papier Ilford 24x30, une feuille. - Grande ritratto fotografico originale in bianco e nero diretto e girato da Marc Trivier. stampa d'argento non firmato, come la maggior parte delle opere di Trivier. sola prova disegnato dall'artista. Trace Scotch e parte strappati posti bianchi. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura che li rende così presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, fisse, è forse ciò che rimane: un modo di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, diminuito da un'immagine a un'altra, una successione proposte sono simili ma ciascuno è tanto singolare quanto la frazione di tempo a cui si riferisce. "(Mark Trivier). Preso dalla parte anteriore, con uno sguardo del soggetto diretto verso la met … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2018-04-01 07:20:10
(AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 24x24 cm sur papier Ilford , une feuille. - Grande ritratto fotografico originale in bianco e nero diretto e girato da Marc Trivier. stampa d'argento non firmato, come la maggior parte delle opere di Trivier. sola prova disegnato dall'artista. Trace Scotch e parte strappati posti bianchi. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura che li rende così presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, fisse, è forse ciò che rimane: un modo di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, diminuito da un'immagine a un'altra, una successione proposte sono simili ma ciascuno è tanto singolare quanto la frazione di tempo a cui si riferisce. "(Mark Trivier). Preso dalla parte anteriore, con uno sguardo del soggetto diretto verso la meta, f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 07:20:07
(AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 24x24 cm sur papier Ilford , une feuille. - Grande ritratto fotografico originale in bianco e nero diretto e girato da Marc Trivier. stampa d'argento non firmato, come la maggior parte delle opere di Trivier. sola prova disegnato dall'artista. Trace Scotch e parte strappati posti bianchi. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura che li rende così presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, fisse, è forse ciò che rimane: un modo di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, diminuito da un'immagine a un'altra, una successione proposte sono simili ma ciascuno è tanto singolare quanto la frazione di tempo a cui si riferisce. "(Mark Trivier). Preso dalla parte anteriore, con uno sguardo del soggetto diretto verso la meta, f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 07:20:07
(FOUCAULT Michel) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 21,5x24 cm sur papier Ilford , une feuille. - Set di otto ritratti fotografici disegnate dall'artista. stampa d'argento non firmato, come la maggior parte delle opere di Trivier. sola prova disegnato dall'artista. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura che li rende così presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, fisse, è forse ciò che rimane: un modo di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, diminuito da un'immagine a un'altra, una successione proposte sono simili ma ciascuno è tanto singolare quanto la frazione di tempo a cui si riferisce. "(Mark Trivier). Preso dalla parte anteriore, con uno sguardo del soggetto diretto verso la meta, fotografie Marc Trivier realizzato personalità degli anni 1980 non sono quell … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 07:20:06
(AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 18x18cm sur papier Ilford 24x30, une feuille. - Grande ritratto fotografico originale in bianco e nero diretto e girato da Marc Trivier. stampa d'argento non firmato, come la maggior parte delle opere di Trivier. sola prova disegnato dall'artista. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura che li rende così presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, fisse, è forse ciò che rimane: un modo di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, diminuito da un'immagine a un'altra, una successione proposte sono simili ma ciascuno è tanto singolare quanto la frazione di tempo a cui si riferisce. "(Mark Trivier). Preso dalla parte anteriore, con uno sguardo del soggetto diretto verso la meta, fotografie Marc Trivier realizzato personal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 07:20:06
(AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 24x24 cm sur papier Ilford , une feuille. - Grande ritratto fotografico originale in bianco e nero diretto e girato da Marc Trivier. stampa d'argento non firmato, come la maggior parte delle opere di Trivier. sola prova disegnato dall'artista. Trace Scotch e parte strappati posti bianchi. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura che li rende così presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, fisse, è forse ciò che rimane: un modo di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, diminuito da un'immagine a un'altra, una successione proposte sono simili ma ciascuno è tanto singolare quanto la frazione di tempo a cui si riferisce. "(Mark Trivier). Preso dalla parte anteriore, con uno sguardo del soggetto diretto verso la meta, f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 07:20:05
(AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 18x18cm sur papier Ilford 24x30, une feuille. - Grande ritratto fotografico originale in bianco e nero diretto e girato da Marc Trivier. stampa d'argento non firmato, come la maggior parte delle opere di Trivier. sola prova disegnato dall'artista. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura che li rende così presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, fisse, è forse ciò che rimane: un modo di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, diminuito da un'immagine a un'altra, una successione proposte sono simili ma ciascuno è tanto singolare quanto la frazione di tempo a cui si riferisce. "(Mark Trivier). Preso dalla parte anteriore, con uno sguardo del soggetto diretto verso la meta, fotografie Marc Trivier realizzato personal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 07:20:03
(THEVENIN Paule) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 22x22cm sur papier Ilford 30x40cm, une feuille. - Grande ritratto fotografico originale in bianco e nero diretto e girato da Marc Trivier. stampa d'argento non firmato, come la maggior parte delle opere di Trivier. sola prova disegnato dall'artista. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura che li rende così presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, fisse, è forse ciò che rimane: un modo di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, diminuito da un'immagine a un'altra, una successione proposte sono simili ma ciascuno è tanto singolare quanto la frazione di tempo a cui si riferisce. "(Mark Trivier). Preso dalla parte anteriore, con uno sguardo del soggetto diretto verso la meta, fotografie Marc Trivier realizzato person … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 07:20:01
(FOUCAULT Michel) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 14,5x24 cm sur papier Ilford , une feuille. - sixportraits fotografiche Ensemble in bianco e nero dall'artista. stampa d'argento non firmato, come la maggior parte delle opere di Trivier. sola prova disegnato dall'artista. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura che li rende così presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, fisse, è forse ciò che rimane: un modo di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, diminuito da un'immagine a un'altra, una successione proposte sono simili ma ciascuno è tanto singolare quanto la frazione di tempo a cui si riferisce. "(Mark Trivier). Preso dalla parte anteriore, con uno sguardo del soggetto diretto verso la meta, fotografie Marc Trivier realizzato personalità degli anni 1980 non s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 07:20:00
TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 22x22cm sur papier Ilford 30x40cm, une feuille. - Fotografia originael in bianco e nero realizzati e disegnato da Marc Trivier. stampa d'argento non firmato, come la maggior parte delle opere di Trivier. sola prova disegnato dall'artista. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura che li rende così presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, fisse, è forse ciò che rimane: un modo di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, diminuito da un'immagine a un'altra, una successione proposte sono simili ma ciascuno è tanto singolare quanto la frazione di tempo a cui si riferisce. "(Mark Trivier). Warhol, Foucault, Beckett, Dubuffet ... i più grandi scrittori e artisti hanno posato per Trivier. Contemporaneamente l'artista sono … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 07:19:59
FOUCAULT Michel) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 40x40cm sur papier Ilford 50x60cm, une feuille. - Grande ritratto fotografico originale in bianco e nero diretto e girato da Marc Trivier. stampa d'argento non firmato, come la maggior parte delle opere di Trivier. sola prova disegnato dall'artista. Piccolo strappo sul bordo superiore e macchia sulla parte bianca della fotografia. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura che li rende così presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, fisse, è forse ciò che rimane: un modo di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, diminuito da un'immagine a un'altra, una successione proposte sono simili ma ciascuno è tanto singolare quanto la frazione di tempo a cui si riferisce. "(Mark Trivier). Preso dalla parte anteriore, con uno sg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2018-04-01 07:19:58
(MASSON André) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 22x22cm sur papier Ilford 30x40cm, une feuille. - Gran retrato fotográfico original en blanco y negro dirigida y disparo de Marc Trivier. impresión de plata sin firmar, ya que la mayoría de las obras de Trivier. Prueba única dibujado por el artista. fotografías de artistas, loco, árboles o matadero, Marc Trivier aborda todas estas cuestiones con una mirada tan intensa precisa. "En su cosmogonía, cada cosa, cada ser, planta, animal o humano, merece el mismo respeto. Para todos ellos están enfrentando la misma ley de hierro: la soledad. "(Lucas Desbenoit). La belleza que emana de sus cuadros acaba de desnudez. No hay ningún retoque o recorte. Nos encontramos en su obra el mismo formato cuadrado que atrapan nuestros ojos en las fotografías, donde se rechaza el color de los ojos de un incisivo blanco y negro. Cualquier artificialidad habiendo desaparecido que no se ocupan de la puesta en escena de un sujeto, sino una presencia exacerbada por la luz radiante y extraño, fue testigo de un momento de la vida y no de poses. Es esta luz, vinculado a la gama media y Trivier que le obsesiona que da a sus obras el aura que los hace tan presente: "En treinta y cinco años de práctica fotográfica, obsesiones, es tal vez lo que permanece: un modo de grabación singular de la luz ardiente, disminuido de una imagen a otra, de una sucesión propuestas son iguales sin embargo cada uno es tan singular como la fracción de tiempo a que se refiere. "(Marcos Trivier). Tomado de la parte delantera, con una mirada del sujeto dirigida hacia la meta, fotografías Marc Trivier se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 07:19:56
(DE KOONING Willem) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 22x22cm sur papier Ilford 30x40cm, une feuille. - Gran retrato fotográfico original en blanco y negro dirigida y disparo de Marc Trivier. impresión de plata sin firmar, ya que la mayoría de las obras de Trivier. Prueba única dibujado por el artista. fotografías de artistas, loco, árboles o matadero, Marc Trivier aborda todas estas cuestiones con una mirada tan intensa precisa. "En su cosmogonía, cada cosa, cada ser, planta, animal o humano, merece el mismo respeto. Para todos ellos están enfrentando la misma ley de hierro: la soledad. "(Lucas Desbenoit). La belleza que emana de sus cuadros acaba de desnudez. No hay ningún retoque o recorte. Nos encontramos en su obra el mismo formato cuadrado que atrapan nuestros ojos en las fotografías, donde se rechaza el color de los ojos de un incisivo blanco y negro. Cualquier artificialidad habiendo desaparecido que no se ocupan de la puesta en escena de un sujeto, sino una presencia exacerbada por la luz radiante y extraño, fue testigo de un momento de la vida y no de poses. Es esta luz, vinculado a la gama media y Trivier que le obsesiona que da a sus obras el aura que los hace tan presente: "En treinta y cinco años de práctica fotográfica, obsesiones, es tal vez lo que permanece: un modo de grabación singular de la luz ardiente, disminuido de una imagen a otra, de una sucesión propuestas son iguales sin embargo cada uno es tan singular como la fracción de tiempo a que se refiere. "(Marcos Trivier). Tomado de la parte delantera, con una mirada del sujeto dirigida hacia la meta, fotografías Marc Trivier se … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 07:19:55
(WARHOL Andy) TRIVIER Marc
- Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981-1982, 22x22cm sur papier Ilford 30x40cm, une planche photographique. - Grande ritratto fotografico originale in bianco e nero diretto e girato da Marc Trivier. stampe d'argento senza segno, come la maggior parte delle opere Trivier. Eventi unici disegnati dall'artista. Piccola macchia nel margine superiore Warhol fotografia. fotografie di artisti, pazzi, alberi o mattatoio, Marc Trivier affronta tutti questi problemi con uno sguardo così precisa intenso. "Nella sua cosmogonia, ogni cosa, ogni essere, pianta, animale o umano, merita lo stesso rispetto. Per essi sono tutti rivolti verso la stessa legge di ferro: la solitudine. "(Luca Desbenoit). La bellezza che emana dai suoi quadri appena nudità. Non v'è alcun ritocco o di ritaglio. Troviamo nella sua opera lo stesso formato quadrato che intrappolano i nostri occhi nelle foto in cui il colore degli occhi è respinta per un incisivo bianco e nero. Qualsiasi artificiosità aver scomparso noi non trattiamo con la messa in scena di un soggetto, ma una presenza esacerbato dalla luce radiosa e strano, testimone di un momento di vita e non di pose. E 'questa luce, legata alla fascia media e Trivier che lo ossessiona che dà le sue opere l'aura se presente: "In trentacinque anni di pratica fotografica, ossessioni, può essere rimane: una modalità di registrazione singolare di luce ardente, scende da un'immagine a un'altra, una serie di proposte che sono simili ma ciascuno è unico come la frazione di tempo in cui esso restituisce. "(Mark Trivier). Young, ha fotografato la sua famiglia prima di decidere di fotogr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 05:42:05
(AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 18x18cm sur papier Ilford 24x30, une feuille. - Large original photographic portrait in black and white directed and shot by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Trace tape and white part torn in places. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 05:42:05
(AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 24x24 cm sur papier Ilford , une feuille. - Large original photographic portrait in black and white directed and shot by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Trace tape and white part torn in places. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc Tri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 05:42:02
(THEVENIN Paule) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 22x22cm sur papier Ilford 30x40cm, une feuille. - Large original photographic portrait in black and white directed and shot by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc Trivier realizes personalities of the 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 05:42:01
AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 21,5x24 cm sur papier Ilford , une feuille. - Set of eight photographic portraits drawn by the artist. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc Trivier realizes personalities of the 1980s are not those of a star portraiti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2018-04-01 05:42:00
AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 24x24 cm sur papier Ilford , une feuille. - Large original photographic portrait in black and white directed and shot by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Trace tape and white part torn in places. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc Tri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2018-04-01 05:42:00
(AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 24x24 cm sur papier Ilford , une feuille. - Large original photographic portrait in black and white directed and shot by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Trace tape and white part torn in places. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc Tri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 05:41:59
(AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 18x18cm sur papier Ilford 24x30, une feuille. - Large original photographic portrait in black and white directed and shot by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc Trivier realizes personalities of the 198 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 05:41:59
AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 18x18cm sur papier Ilford 24x30, une feuille. - Large original photographic portrait in black and white directed and shot by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc Trivier realizes personalities of the 198 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2018-04-01 05:41:59
AUERBACH Frank) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 18x18cm sur papier Ilford 24x30, une feuille. - Large original photographic portrait in black and white directed and shot by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc Trivier realizes personalities of the 198 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2018-04-01 05:41:57
VAN VELDE Bram) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 40x40cm sur papier Ilford 50x60cm, une feuille. - Large original photographic portrait in black and white directed and shot by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Small tear on the upper edge and stain on the white part of the photograph. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2018-04-01 05:41:57
(FOUCAULT Michel) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 14,5x24 cm sur papier Ilford , une feuille. - Set of six photographic portraits in black and white made by the artist. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc Trivier realizes personalities of the 1980s are not those of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 05:41:56
(MASSON André) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 22x22cm sur papier Ilford 30x40cm, une feuille. - Large original photographic portrait in black and white directed and shot by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc Trivier realizes personalities of the 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 05:41:53
(DE KOONING Willem) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981, 22x22cm sur papier Ilford 30x40cm, une feuille. - Large original photographic portrait in black and white directed and shot by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, like most of Trivier's works. Unique proof drawn by the artist. Photographs of artists, madmen, trees or slaughterhouses, Marc Trivier approaches all these subjects with a look as precise as intense. "In its cosmogony, every thing, every being, vegetable, animal or human, deserves the same respect. For all are confronted with the same law of brass: loneliness. (Luc Desbenoit) The beauty that emanates from his photos comes from this nudity. There is no editing or cropping. We find in his work the same square format that traps our eyes in photographs where the makeup of color is rejected for an incisive black and white. Since all artificiality has disappeared, we are not dealing with the staging of a subject but with a presence exacerbated by the radiant and singular light, witness of a moment of life and not of pose. It is this light, linked to and obsessed with Trivier's medium, that gives his works the aura that makes them so present: "Of thirty-five years of photographic practice, of obsessions, it is perhaps that which remains: a singular mode of recording of the burning of light, declined from one image to another, in a succession propositions that are similar and yet each is as singular as the fraction of time to which it refers. (Marc Trivier) Taken from the front, with a look at the subject directed towards the lens, the photographs that Marc Trivier realizes personalities of the 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-04-01 05:41:51
(WARHOL Andy) TRIVIER Marc
Par l'auteur, s.l. 1981-1982, 22x22cm sur papier Ilford 30x40cm, une planche photographique. - (WARHOL Andy) TRIVIER Marc Andy Warhol. Original photograph By the artist, n. p. 1981-1982, 220 x 220 mm (8 11/16 x 8 11/16 ") on Ilford paper 300 x 400 mm (11 13/16 x 15 3/4 ") Large original photograph portrait in black and white, made and printed by Marc Trivier. Unsigned silver print, as most of Trivier's works. Unique print from the artist. Small stain on the upper margin of Warhol's photograph. Artists, madmen, abattoirs, trees - Marc Trivier photographed each of his subjects with the same interrogative intensity. All his photographs are in the same square format, simple and confined, with no retouching or alteration of the framing, and seem less to show off a subject - famous or unknown, in or out of power, dead or alive - than to seek out a presence. "Thirty-five years of photographic practice, obsessions, this is maybe what remains; a singular recording mode of light burning, from one picture to the other, in a series of proposals looking alike, though each one as singular as the fraction of time it refers to" (Marc Trivier). Marc Trivier takes facial photographs of figures from the eighties. The subject looks right into the lens. These are not portrait star photographs, but they are the result of a will of desacralization: "Instead of being a writers' or artists' portraitist among many others, he marginalizes himself with his device: under the pretext of settings, he keeps his models waiting, he makes them pose several minutes, which gives them a worn look. Maybe he expe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-03-26 14:18:03
John Kennedy Toole, foreword by Walker Percy
New York: Grove Press Inc, 1981. First Black Cat edition (B-452), stated first printing. Paperback with cover painting by Sanjulian and design by Peter Morance. 18 × 10.5cm, 415pp + 1pp ad. Signed by the author's mother to the half-title, "May 3, 1981 - Appreciation and Regards from John Kennedy Toole's Mother, Thelma Ducoing Toole, to Dear Peter and Margaret Watson". A monument to sloth, rant and contempt, a behemoth of fat, flatulence and furious suspicion of anything modern - this is Ignatius J. Reilly of New Orleans, noble crusader against a world of dunces. The ordinary folk of New Orleans seem to think he is unhinged. Ignatius ignores them, heaving his vast bulk through the city's fleshpots in a noble crusade against vice, modernity and ignorance. But his momma has a nasty surprise in store for him: Ignatius must get a job. Undaunted, he uses his new-found employment to further his missionand now he has a pirate costume and a hot-dog cart to do it with... John Kennedy Toole's cult novel wasn't published until ten years after his suicide, and only then after the persistent efforts of his mother Thelma Ducoing Toole who finally persuaded the author Walker Percy to read it. Percy recognised a cult classic and it soon received the recognition it deserved winning the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1981. Condition: This paperback copy has creased covers and some browning to the text. It is in basically good shape, the front cover having creases and folds to all edges, and some corner curling. The spine is creased where read, and the back cover has some creasing but to a less … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Cox and Budge Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-03-26 01:53:53
John Kennedy Toole, foreword by Walker Percy
New York: Grove Press Inc, 1981. First Black Cat edition (B-452), stated first printing. Paperback with cover painting by Sanjulian and design by Peter Morance. 18 × 10.5cm, 415pp + 1pp ad. Signed by the author's mother to the half-title, "May 3, 1981 - Appreciation and Regards from John Kennedy Toole's Mother, Thelma Ducoing Toole, to Dear Peter and Margaret Watson". A monument to sloth, rant and contempt, a behemoth of fat, flatulence and furious suspicion of anything modern - this is Ignatius J. Reilly of New Orleans, noble crusader against a world of dunces. The ordinary folk of New Orleans seem to think he is unhinged. Ignatius ignores them, heaving his vast bulk through the city's fleshpots in a noble crusade against vice, modernity and ignorance. But his momma has a nasty surprise in store for him: Ignatius must get a job. Undaunted, he uses his new-found employment to further his missionand now he has a pirate costume and a hot-dog cart to do it with... John Kennedy Toole's cult novel wasn't published until ten years after his suicide, and only then after the persistent efforts of his mother Thelma Ducoing Toole who finally persuaded the author Walker Percy to read it. Percy recognised a cult classic and it soon received the recognition it deserved winning the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1981. Condition: This paperback copy has creased covers and some browning to the text. It is in basically good shape, the front cover having creases and folds to all edges, and some corner curling. The spine is creased where read, and the back cover has some creasing but to a less … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Cox & Budge Books [Hythe, United Kingdom]
2018-03-24 11:37:25
LASKER, Jonathan - POTTER, Everett:
Düsseldorf und New York 1981. 18 S. mit 3 Original-Bleistiftzeichnungen von Jonathan Lasker auf Aquarellpapier. Original-Pappband von Ch. Zwang 37 x 28 cm. Eines von 25 Exemplaren. Im Druckvermerk von Lasker und Potter voll signiert. Tadelloses Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Stefan Küpper [Duisburg, Germany]
2018-03-22 07:59:32
CAGLIARI POLI, G.-PAGANINI, C.
1981. 12 vol. in-4 di ca. 200 pp., leg. t. tela con tit. oro. Comprende due vol. con gli indici onomastico, toponomastico, di uffici e incarichi, e delle cose notevoli. Accurata e fedele trascrizione delle missive sforzesche. Vasta ed imprescindibile opera, di notevole interesse per lo studio delle vicende quotidiane della corte rinascimentale. Non comune ediz. ciclostilata.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2018-03-21 02:43:21
MUSIC (Zoran). JULIET (Charles).
Montpellier, Fata Morgana, 1981, in-4, en feuilles, couv. rempliée, 40 p., chemise et étui. Edition originale. 1/45 ex. sur vélin d'Arches avec 5 eaux-fortes en brun de Zoran Music, la première signée.
Bookseller: J.-F. Fourcade - Livres anciens et modernes. [France, Paris]
2018-03-20 20:34:47
FRIEDLANDER, Lee.
New York: Haywire Press, 1981. Folio. Original purple cloth, titles to front board black, inner boards green cloth, spiral binder. Boards a touch browned and a little rubbed. An excellent copy. 40 full page black and white photographs. First edition, first printing, signed by the photographer on the dedication page. 40 stunning botanical photographs, taken during Friedlander's trip through the United States, Mexico, Japan and Europe. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-17 19:15:39
Wakeman, Geoffrey
Loughborough: Plough Press, 1981. Plough Press. small folio box containing a text signature of 8 pages and 18 other fascicules. Limited to 120 numbered copies. Each of the 18 fascicules (3 examples laid in) describes a different method of illustration and contains an original example of that illustration technique tipped in. Included are the woodcut, wood engraving, etching, copper, stipple and steel engraving, aquatint, mezzotint, chalk and line style lithography, lithographic and relief style color printing, hand-coloring, photography, Woodbury type, collotype, photogravure and photomechanical printing. Includes a folio leaf (folded) from Foxe's Actes and Monuments (1610) with a large woodcut, and one from Bewick's British Birds. Accompanied by illustrations printed in different colors. Excellent teaching tool.
Bookseller: Oak Knoll [USA]
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