Ice. Photographs and text by Antoine D'Agata. Images en Manoeuvres, 2012. 287 pp. Quarto. First edition. SIGNED in silver paint marker on front flyleaf and dated Paris, 2012. Hardbound. Photo-illustrated boards. No jacket as issued. Color and black-and-white reproductions. Text in French.
Slight bumps to upper corners; otherwise Fine.
Position(s). Photographs by Antoine D'Agata. Quotations from numerous writers. Avarie, 2012. 120 pp. Octavo (small size). First edition. SIGNED preliminary page, dated NY, 2014. Stiff printed wrappers. Folded poster housed in glassine envelop tipped into rear gatefold cover. Black-and-white reproductions. Texts in English, French and Italian.
Vortex. Atlantica, 2003. Photographs by Antoine D'Agata (with photos of D'Agata by Morten Andersen. Postface by Christian Caujolle. First edition, first printing. SIGNED on front flyleaf and dated Paris, 2013. Stiff photo-illustrated wrappers. Color and black-and-white reproductions.
"Antoine D’Agata is a contentious character in the worlds of photography and art. Signed up by the Magnum photo agency in the period when they started to realise there was little money in photojournalism, his work’s brutal and self-destructive content has a habit of upsetting people.
Born in Marseilles in 1961, D’Agata left France in the early 80s. He later studied at the International Center of Photography in New York alongside Nan Goldin and Larry Clark, with whom he shares a fascination for the seamier side of things"--VICE Magazine, READ MORE of Alex Sturrock's fantastic INTERVIEW with D'Agata