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[The] best thing about the brand [is how it] creates books that are captivating in their ability to stop time, so that with each of these tomes we can consider the magic of the moment with each page we turn.
Ricardo Sanchez’s images are themselves as much art as document...the photographs become evocations of color that recall the canvases of Mark Rothko.
For these working girls who were already going against the drudgery of toiling in a factory . . . the opportunity to sit for Mr. Goldman was very likely not only thrilling. It was also empowering.
Back in the ‘70s, lensman Christopher Makos captured it all as his seminal book is rereleased with new images of the alt-scene-A-list in White Trash Uncut.
Jean Salvadore hasn’t only observed the good life, she has lived it.
Named one of the Best Books of the Year, a beautiful compilation that is by turns witty, thoughtful and provocative.
Pucci devises striking ephemeral environments to complement the works on display.
What makes these exercises art? Well, what else might they reasonable be? They perform tasks that no one assigned. They involve real work that is really gratuitous. In a world of tightly knit job descriptions, that’s distinction enough.
In Stealing Magnolias, [Deb Shriver] takes you with her on that dream adventure.
Clinton’s third and final installment, Global Remains, is much like its predecessor—Global Snaps (2005) and Global Faces (2007—in that each book is a fascinating survey of people, places and things which may go unnoticed until someone with a trained eye senses their alluring quality.