©Estate of Diane Arbus
by Patricia Bosworth
Richard Avedon Photographs 1946 - 2004
Veruschka, Dress by Kimberly, New York, January
Avedon: The Sixties
by Doon Arbus and Richard Avedon
A wonderful collect of portraits from the 60s, an era of turmoil and
focusing on the movers and shakes of the times.
Abbie Hoffman, Janis Joplin, Frank Zappa, Bob
Dylan, Viva, Andy Warhol, Tom Hayden, Edward Albee,
Norman Mailer, Tennessee Williams, Tina Turner, Henry Kissinger,
- the list goes on....
Life on a Press Pass
by Lynn and Doug Ball
Two brothers, renowned news photographers, Lynn and Doug Ball,
documented Canada's social history over 40 years.
The book is a must-read for all Canadian historians and
Harrison in 1964
by Lynn Ball
Photo highlights include
Pierre Trudeau's pirouette behind the
and the first tours of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones.
eye on history
Jane Bown photographing American Playwright
Arthur Miller (right)
Bob Peck (2nd from right) and English Actor
Helen Mirren (centre)
British Photographer who has
The Observer newspaper
since 1949. Known for her portraits of famous people.
A Photographer's Candid View of 25 Years of Music in Canada
"At school, I had to sing Schubert's "Trout."
I still could not carry a tune. I began to hate both the
composer and his fish."
an international photographic cooperative founded in
1947 by photographers Henri-Cartier Bresson, Robert Capa, David
Seymour, George Rodger, and William Vandivert.
Picture This!: The Inside Story and Classic Photos of UPI
Foreword by Walter Cronkite.
Written and compiled by a veteran United Press International
photographer and editor, PICTURE THIS! tells the stories behind the
stories—and how some of the most iconic and revealing news pictures
of the late 20th century came to be.
There are powerful photographs of the Civil Rights struggles,
the Vietnam War, and great moments in sports, entertainment, and
PICTURE THIS! follows the development of the wire picture
services, the storied competition between smaller but scrappier UPI
and its far larger competitor,
Associated Press, and how UPI's 11.5 million-picture library
ended up in a Pennsylvania cave, owned by Bill Gates' Corbis.
8-2/3 x 10
Inside Baryshnikov's American Ballet Theatre
By John Fraser
Photographs by Eve Arnold
Mikhail Baryshnikov and Kathleen Moore
Rehearsing for the Premiere of Mark Morris's
"Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes"
- Portraits of Power
by Evelyn Huang and Lawrence Jeffery
Weidenfeld & Nicolson
With formal, posed portraits by Lord Snowdon, this book presents the
lives Hong Kong's elite leaders. Twenty-six interviews present
exceptional people - how they became who they are, and what
they thought would happen after the transition to Chinese rule in
The book appeared before the 1997 change of power.
Snowdon on Stage
A Personal View of the British
Wim Wenders: Places, Strange And Quiet
The photographs are haunting, the short accompanying
describe other worlds we have not previously visited.
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