The Eye of the Photographer.
The Story of Photography.
Edited by Lannoo Publishers.
Lannoo Publishers, 2013. 256 pp., 100 color and 100 black & white illustrations, 8¼x10¼".
The Eye of the Photographer is a new, thematically ordered history of photography, illustrated with photos of the FuMu in Antwerp, one of the most important photography museum in Europe. With works by Eduard Baldus, Francis Frith, Edward Muybridge, August Sander, Stephen Shore, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, Man Ray, William Klein, Claude Cahun, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, Irving Penn, Weegee, Robert Doisneau and others, The Eye of the Photographer illustrates how photographers work. Why does a photographer make that one particular photo? What evokes such strong emotions when looking at a picture? Text in Dutch and English.
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