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  • Where Men Hide

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    "If you ask men if they spend any time hiding, they usually look at you as if you're nuts. 'What, me hide?' But if you ask women whether men hide, they immediately know what you mean." -- from Where Men Hide Where Men Hide is a spirited tour of the dark and often dirty places men go to find comfort, camaraderie, relaxation, and escape. Ken Ross's striking photographs and James Twitchell's lively analysis trace the evolution of these virtual caves, and question why they are rapidly disappearing.Ross documents both traditional and contemporary male haunts, such as bars, barbershops, lodges, pool halls, strip clubs, garages, deer camps, megachurches, the basement Barcalounger, and Twitchell examines their provenance, purpose, and appeal. He finds that for centuries men have met with each other in underground lairs and clubhouses to conduct business or, in the case of strip clubs and the modern rec room, to bond and indulge in shady entertainments. In these secret dens, certain rules are abandoned while others are obeyed. However, Twitchell sees this less as exclusionary behavior and more as the result of social anxiety: when women want to get together, they just do it; when men get together, it's a production.Drawing on literary, historical, and pop cultural sources, Twitchell connects the places men hide with figures like Hemingway and Huck Finn, Frederick Jackson Turner's theory of the American frontier, and the mythological interpretations of Joseph Campbell and Robert Bly. Instead of blaming the disappearance of the man-cave solely on feminism, simple fair play, or the demands of Title IX, Twitchell believes this evaporation is due as well to the rise of solitary pursuits such as driving, watching television, and playing videogames.By blending together anecdote, research, and keen observation, Ross and Twitchell bring this little-discussed and controversial phenomenon to light.
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  • Marcello Levi: Portrait of a Collector

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    Every once in a while someone--a collector--has an eye that suits his era perfectly. Marcello Levi's taste has been an ideal match for modern and contemporary Italian art, and his unshakable determination has made him as nearly irresistible to artists and gallerists as their work was to him for nearly 60 years. This catalogue of over 50 paintings, drawings and sculptures from Levi's collection makes clear just how good his judgment and timing were. From Futurist drawings and the work of Surrealist masters like Man Ray to early Arte Povera, Levi's incredible foresight allowed him to gather a remarkable body of work, most of which has rarely been shown. Includes a conversation curated by Maria Centonze, author of Marcello Levi: A Collector and the Laws of Chance, and works by Mario Merz, Alghiero Boetti, Joseph Beuys, Andy Warhol, Paul Klee, and Kurt Schwitters
    26,13  TL72,57  TL
  • A Photographic Guide to the Birds of Japan and North-East Asia

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    Despite its rich avifauna and popularity with tourists, Japan has long been lacking a good English-language field guide. This new photographic guide will be the first book to cover the Japanese avifauna in English for over 25 years, and the first photoguide to the country in English. It will also include the birds of neighbouring mainland regions of eastern Asia, namely Korea, NE China and eastern Siberia. Over 520 species are illustrated with hundreds of stunning colour photographs. The text succinctly describes the key identification features and each species has a distribution map. This guide will be an essential companion for anyone visiting Japan or eastern Asia.
    39,92  TL99,79  TL
  • London Light

    Sert Kapak
    Over the course of a long career Sandra Lousada has worked as a theatre photographer, a portrait photographer and in the worlds of fashion, beauty and advertising, becoming internationally renowned in the process. In her sixties, she became fascinated by the new medium of digital photography and the way it could enable her to capture light, movement and color; and she found a new subject in London, the city she has lived in and loved all her life. Her inspired photographs open our eyes to London as we have never seen it before.
    25,27  TL97,20  TL
  • Das alte Berlin: Fotografien aus der Gründerzeit

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    Dieser handliche Bildband versammelt die 50 schönsten Fotografien aus dem historischen Berlin, Meisterwerke aus den Ateliers der berühmten Berliner Lichtbildner. Es sind beeindruckende Zeugnisse einer Zeit, in der sich die eher beschauliche Residenzstadt der deutschen Kaiser zu der weltstädtischen Metropole der "Goldenen Zwanziger" entwickelte. Heute ist diese Stadt der Vorkriegszeit kaum wiederzuerkennen, und so bietet das Buch einen informativen und zugleich nostalgischen Rundgang durch die alte Hauptstadt, von der ärmlichen Altstadt zur quirligen Friedrichstraße, vom barocken Schloss zu den wagemutigen Bahnbauten, von der Hinterhofidylle zum Treiben auf den Märkten. Das Vorwort und die Bildunterschriften in fünf Sprachen erläutern die Exzellent gedruckten Bilder.
    55,72  TL103,19  TL
  • Berlin in frühen Farbdias: 1936 bis 1943

    Sert Kapak
    Bis zu den schweren Zerstörungen Berlins im Zweiten Weltkrieg war die Reichshauptstadt eine der reizvollsten und quirligsten Metropolen Europas. Die beeindruckende Pracht der Schlösser und Palais, der mondänen Hotels und modernen Warenhäuser, der Vergnügungspaläste und repräsentativen Boulevards ist heute jedoch oft nur von Schwarzweiß-Aufnahmen bekannt. Echte Farbaufnahmen sind sehr selten. Der Berliner Michael Sobotta, seit Jahrzehnten passionierter Sammler historischer Farbdias, hat für diesen Band rund 150 bislang unveröffentlichte Bilder aus seinem Archiv ausgewählt. Aufgenommen in den Jahren 1936 bis 1943, stammen sie fast ausschließlich von Hobbyfotografen. Bilder von offiziellen Anlässen wie dem Mussolini-Besuch 1937 oder dem „Führergeburtstag“ 1939 wechseln mit zufälligen Straßenszenen, Aufnahmen bekannter Sehenswürdigkeiten und Schnappschüssen von Familienausflügen. Sachkundig kommentiert, geben die einmaligen Farbaufnahmen einen kleinen Eindruck vom Berliner Alltagsleben während des „Dritten Reiches“.
    68,60  TL134,51  TL
  • Walead Beshty: Selected Correspondences 2001-2009

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    Walead Beshty (born 1976) has long used photography as a tool to explore social conditions. In 2001, the artist began documenting the abandoned embassy of the defunct Iraqi Diplomatic Mission in the former East Berlin. This publication focuses on three related bodies of work that continue Beshty's engagement with the invisible territories of globalization.
    36,29  TL113,40  TL
  • Daniel Joseph Martinez: A Life of Disobedience

    Sert Kapak
    For more than 30 years, Los Angeles-born artist Daniel Joseph Martinez has been honing his politically-inflected practice, which critic Jeffrey Kastner has characterized as "unapologetically prob[ing] uncomfortable issues of personal and collective identity, seeking out threadbare spots in the fabric of conventional wisdom." A wry provocateur, Martinez incorporates an impressive array of media including text, painting, photography, sculpture, video, performance--even animatronics. Known for the controversial pin he created as an interactive piece for the 1993 Whitney Biennial that read, "I can't imagine ever wanting to be white," this volume, with essays by Michael Brenson, David Levi Strauss, Hakim Bey and Gilbert Vicario, provides an in-depth look at selected works from 1978 through Martinez's 2008 Whitney Biennial entry, "Divine Violence," including his contributions to the San Juan Triennial in 2004, the Cairo Biennial in 2006 and the Moscow Biennial in 2007
    112,95  TL136,08  TL
  • Antlitz der Zeit

    Antlitz der Zeit

    Karton Kapak
    Wie kein anderer Portraitphotograph hat August Sander es verstanden, in seinen Arbeiten der zwanziger Jahre nüchterne Dokumentation und psychologisch subtile Menschenkenntnis zu vereinen. Von ihm selbst zusammengestellt, ist der Band 'Antlitz der Zeit' zum legendären Klassiker der deutschen Photoliteratur geworden.
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  • Surrational Images: PHOTOMONTAGES

    Surrational Images: PHOTOMONTAGES

    Sert Kapak
    Mutter's striking images adorn the walls of homes and businesses nationwide. This collection of photomontages is presented in a generously-sized edition that will thrill aficionados and entice those unacquainted with his work. Mutter's work is extraordinary and categorically unique.--Saul Bass. 35 duotones. (University Of Illinois Press)
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  • Tim Davis: The New Antiquity

    Tim Davis: The New Antiquity

    Sert Kapak
    During a recent stint in Rome (on a Rome Prize Fellowship), photographer Tim Davis became drawn to the peculiar status of ancient ruins. "You are standing in a field in Italy, looking at a pile of rocks. You've seen rocks and these are rocks. But someone else-a friend, a guidebook, a scholar-sees a temple . . ." Fascinated with the degree of meaning making that we bring to bear upon such minimal visual cues, Davis tested this perceptual shift on suburban ruins-what he calls "a soon-to-be ancient past"-and found that it was possible to make pictures that "look like archaeology, but might just be the side of the road." The photographs in The New Antiquity trigger in the viewer that wonderful cognitive bafflement of which Davis is a virtuoso: a kind of "seeing as" that allows us to completely reconceive what is actually quite ordinary (albeit beautifully photographed) everyday imagery. The New Antiquityproves that the suburban landscape is uniform and global not only in its pristine props, but also in its decay. And as Davis notes, "The Imperial Romans did the same, shipping marble from Tunis to Turkey. This New Antiquity doesn't come from a centralized authority, but spreads virulently through all fertile capital markets. And its rise and ruin occur quickly
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  • Picture Perfect: Life in the Age of the Photo Op

    Picture Perfect: Life in the Age of the Photo Op

    Karton Kapak
    We say the camera doesn't lie, but we also know that pictures distort and deceive. In Picture Perfect, Kiku Adatto brilliantly examines the use and abuse of images today. Ranging from family albums to Facebook, political campaigns to popular movies, images of war to pictures of protest. Adatto reveals how the line between the person and the pose, the real and the fake, news and entertainment is increasingly blurred. New technologies make it easier than ever to capture, manipulate, and spread images. But even in the age of the Internet, we still seek authentic pictures and believe in the camera's promise to document, witness, and interpret our lives.
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