Steidl Spring/Summer 2017 by Steidl GmbH & Co. OHG

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paris is the first time that the significant body of photographs which published alongside the softcover edition looking in robert frank’s robert frank made in paris in the early 1950s has been brought the americans – expanded edition includes a wealth of additional together in a single book his visit to paris in 1951 was his second materials essential information for all interested in twentieth-century return to europe after he had settled in new york city in 1947 and photography it contains all of the essays and photographs in the some of the images he made during that visit have become iconic in softcover plus all of frank’s vintage contact sheets related to the the history of the medium americans a section that re-creates his preliminary sequence and the 80 photographs selected by robert frank and ute eskildsen presents variant croppings of the first and subsequent editions of the suggest that frank’s experience of the “new world” had sharpened book and a map and chronology along with letters and manuscript his eye for european urbanism he saw the city’s streets as a stage materials by frank walker evans and jack kerouac related to frank’s for human activity and focused particularly on the flower sellers his guggenheim fellowship his travels around the united states in 1955 – work clearly references eugène atget and invokes the tradition of the 1956 and his construction of the book this groundbreaking 528-page flaneur catalogue is certain to be the definitive source of information on the americans for years to come robert frank paris edited by robert frank and ute eskildsen book design by robert frank and gerhard steidl 160 pages clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 7.8 x 9.6 in 20 x 24.5 cm 80 photographs tritone € 35.00 £ 30.00 us 40.00 isbn 978-3-86521-524-6 looking in robert frank’s the americans – expanded edition edited and with text by sarah greenough contributing essays by stuart alexander philip brookman michel frizot martin gasser jeff l rosenheim luc sante and anne wilkes tucker book design by margaret bauer 528 pages clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 9.25 x 11.5 in 24 x 29.2 cm 108 color 168 tritone and 210 duotone plates € 85.00 £ 75.00 us 95.00 isbn 978-3-86521-806-3 174 175