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Limited Edition:

Axel Hütte, Ingelheim, 2009

 

On occasion of the exhibition the photograph „Ingelheim, 2009“ is released as a signed limited edition (35 x 45 cm, print run: 100/12 AP). Soon available in our museum store and at smkp.de/shop Price: 850 € (with passe-partout), 980 € (framed)

 

© Axel Hütte

Book / Publication:

Axel Hütte. Night and Day

 

Published by Buchhandlungen Walther König

Edited by Beat Wismer, Museum Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf.

With texts by Beat Wismer, Ralph Goertz, Dr. Thomas A. Lange (Foreword)

Hardcover, 168 pages, ca. 70 photographs. 36,5 x 29,5 cm.

German and English.

ISBN: 978-3-96098-192-3

Prize Museum: € 39,90,- / bookstore: € 49,90,-

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Book / Publication:

Lindbergh

Winogrand

Women

 

Published by Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König

Edited by Ralph Goertz. Texts by Werner Spies, Joel Meyerowitz, Ralph Goertz.

144 pages / 62 photographs (color and b/w), 22 x 23cm

ISBN Hardcover german/english: 978-3-96098-026-1.

Prize bookstore: € 34,-

 

 

On the occasion of the exhibition "Peter Lindbergh / Garry Winogrand: Women on street" at the NRW-Forum Duesseldorf, this publication presents for the first time two world stars of photography side by side: Peter Lindbergh and Garry Winogrand.

Peter Lindbergh (born 1944, lives in Paris) is considered as one of the best living photographers and the star of fashion photography. Garry Winogrand (1928 - 1984) is considered as the "Prince of the Street" and revolutionized street photography with his dashing lines and sensitive recordings.

 

In the 1990s Lindbergh first experimented with taking pictures on the street, which he wanted to make look alike of his grant Garry Winogrand. But unlike his famous photographs of Supermodels, this series was made on the streets of New York, where he let two models move freely to capture them with the camera as real as possible. A total of 44 of these photographs, some of which are unpublished, are presented by the catalog and presents his "On Street" series next to the most beautiful series of Garry Winogrand "Women are beautiful". For the first time in many years, 12 b/w and 4 color photographs by Garry Winogrand were published in this book. The catalog is a must have for every photography and women lover.

Book / Publication:

Joel Meyerowitz Retrospective

 

D.A.P. / Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König

Edited by Ralph Goertz. Texts by Joel Meyerowitz, Jörg Sasse, Ralph Goertz.

198 pages / around 115 photographs (color and b/w), 22 x 23cm

ISBN Softcover german/english: 978-3-86335-588-3.

ISBN Hardcover english: 978-938922-70-1.

Prize at bookstores: € 34,-

 

 

Alongside William Eggleston, Stephen Shore, Joel Sternfeld and Mitch Epstein, New York born and bred Joel Meyerowitz is one of the most important representatives of the "New Color Photography" movement of the 1960s and 70s. This retrospective traces his entire oeuvre, from his street photography to his light experimentations made during "the blue hour" in Cape Cod, and includes famous series such as "Cape Light", "Ground Zero", Legacy: The Preservation of Wilderness in New York City Parks, in addition to the artist's much-loved early work - his first trip to Europe in 1967, and his concurrent transition from black and white to color - which has been much less widely published. Though Meyerowitz admired Henri Cartier-Bresson and Robert Frank, and shares their uncanny ability to grasp a human being on the street as both an individual and a representative of a larger social context, his handling of space and composition consciously differs from that of his idols, his framing less synchronized, the moments he captures, interestingly, less perfect. This square hardback volume compiles the artist's iconic images, and is an essential addition to any photography book collection.

 

Joel Meyerowitz (born 1938) is an award-winning photographer whose work has appeared in over 350 exhibitions in museums and galleries throughout the world. The New York native began photographing the streets in 1962 and by the mid-60s became an early advocate of color photography who was instrumental in transforming a general resistance to color film into an almost universal acceptance, but also the media as an art form.

Edition:

Joel Meyerowitz

Gold Corner, New York City, 1974

 

 

The IKS and Joel Meyerowitz offer in occasion of his Retrospective at the NRW-Forum three of his most popular photographs in a limited Edition of 50 as a C-Print. Dimensions are based on the vintage dimensions of 1974: ca. 35,56 x 24,39 cm (photograph) und ca. 50 x 38 cm (photo paper). The photographs are C-Prints on Alu Dibond, numbered and signed on the reverse, stamped with an Edition stamp. Numbers in order of request.

 

Prize, unframed: € 1.100,- plus shipping and boxing

Prize, framed (oak frame choosen by the artist) with Mirogard glas

Size framed: ca. 52 x 40 cm: € 1.500,- plus shipping and boxing

 

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Edition:

Joel Meyerowitz

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 1977

 

 

The IKS and Joel Meyerowitz offer in occasion of his Retrospective at the NRW-Forum three of his most popular photographs in a limited Edition of 50 as a C-Print. Dimensions are based on the vintage dimensions of 1977: ca. 35,56 x 27,94 cm (photograph) und ca. 50 x 42,5 cm (photo paper). The photographs are C-Prints on Alu Dibond, numbered and signed on the reverse, stamped with an Edition stamp. Numbers in order of request.

 

Prize, unframed: € 1.100,- plus shipping and boxing

Prize, framed (oak frame choosen by the artist) with Mirogard glas

Size framed: ca. 52 x 44,5 cm: € 1.500,- plus shipping and boxing

 

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Edition:

Joel Meyerowitz

Wyoming, 1964

 

 

The IKS and Joel Meyerowitz offer in occasion of his Retrospective at the NRW-Forum three of his most popular photographs in a limited Edition of 50 as a C-Print. Dimensions are based on the vintage dimensions of 1964: ca. 35,56 x 24,39 cm (photograph) und ca. 50 x 38 cm (photo paper). The photographs are C-Prints on Alu Dibond, numbered and signed on the reverse, stamped with an Edition stamp. Numbers in order of request.

 

Prize, unframed: € 1.100,- plus shipping and boxing

Prize, framed (oak frame choosen by the artist) with Mirogard glas

Size framed: ca. 52 x 40 cm: € 1.500,- plus shipping and boxing

 

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Book / Publication:

Ralf Brueck

Deconstruction Distortion
DAF Timecapsules

 

Published by Wienand Verlag

Edited by Ralph Goertz

Texts: Stefan Gronert, Candida Höfer, Sabine Maria Schmidt, Ralph Goertz

144 pages, 101 color, 5 b/w photographs, 29 x 28cm
Linen with banderole, german/english

ISBN 978-3-86832-308-5

Prize bookstore: € 38,-

 

 

A proponent of the Düsseldorf school of photography and a master pupil of Thomas Ruff’s, the artist Ralf Brueck (b. 1966) thematises in his sophisticated, stringently composed works the architectural interior, the expanse of landscape, and modern architecture. The publication illustrates Brueck’s genesis – which began with the series Timecapsules, created at the end of the 1990s and devoted to modern church buildings – and builds a bridge to his two new series, Distortion and Deconstruction.

Edition:

Ralf Brueck

"Seduce me, 2011"

 

 

In Occasion of his exhibition at the NRW-Forum the Duesseldorf based photo artist, who was a master student of Thomas Ruff, the IKS published an exclusive Edition. His work "Seduce me, 2011" is available as an Edition of 30 (numbered and signed). The size of the photograph is 40x21,05cm and comes in a passepartout of 50x40cm. (numberes in order of request)

 

Prize: € 280,- plus shipping and boxing

 

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