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The New Yorker Magazine, August 16, 1999: Irving Penn Portfolio
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The New Yorker Magazine, August 16, 1999: Irving Penn Portfolio

By Penn, Irving; Saul Steinberg

New York: Conde Nast, 1999. Magazine. First edition. Very Good+ magazine with an address label to the front, light stress marks to the spine, a tiny tear to the front, and a crease to the corner of the back cover. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The August 16, 1999, issue of The New Yorker magazine, with: a portfolio of photographs by Irving Penn; articles on Linda Tripp, Teresa Weatherspoon, Microsoft/Bill Gates, Alfred Hitchcock, etc.; fiction by Ivan Klima; cover by Saul Steinberg; and much more. Staple-bound; 92 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 8 x 10.75 inches.

$24.95

Deja-Vu, No. 13, 1993
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Deja-Vu, No. 13, 1993

By Clark, Larry; Sebastiao Salgado

Tokyo: Photo-Planete Co., 1993. Paperback. First edition. Near Fine with a hint of rubbing to the extremities and a very light crease to about 10 pages at the back. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The 13th issue of this Japanese quarterly magazine on photography which lasted only 20 issues. This issue includes: a 90-page portfolio of work by Larry Clark including images from Tulsa, Teenage Lust, 1992 and collages from 1989-1992; a 15-page portfolio of work by Sebastiao Salgado; reviews; and more. Edited by Kohtaro Iizawa. 170 pages with one gatefold; color and b&w reproductions throughout; 9 x 11.75 inches. Text in Japanese with English summaries.

$74.95

Horizon, A Magazine of the Arts, July 1962, Vol. 4, No. 6
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Horizon, A Magazine of the Arts, July 1962, Vol. 4, No. 6

By Cartier-Bresson, Henri; William Harlan Hale

New York: American Heritage, 1962. Hardcover. First edition, first printing. Very Good clothbound hardcover with crisp gilt titling to the front and spine and a color plate mounted to the front with light soiling/tanning to the covers, a spot of wear to one tip, and a light bump to the bottom edges of the boards; interior fine, clean and bright; no dj as issued. A nice copy overall. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The July 1962 issue of Horizon, A Magazine of the Arts (Vol. 4, No. 6) with: a 28-page portfolio on the Seine with 13 b&w photos by Cartier-Bresson alternating with paintings of the river; full-page portraits by Ruth Orkin and Peter Basch; photos of Petra by Inge Morath; an article on the Algonquin Round Table with caricatures by Al Hirschfield; articles on Akira Kurosawa and Alfred Kazin and the illustrator Gerard Hoffnung with a portfolio of his work; David Lean and the making of Lawrence of Arabia; a color portfolio of satiric illustrations by Paul Davis with text by Edward Sorel; photos by Ezra Stoller, Fritz Henle, Dimitri Kessel, and others; and much more. Edited by William Harlan Hale. 120 page; color and b&w reproductions throughout; 9 x 12.25 inches.

$15.95

The New Yorker Magazine, September 27, 2004: Style Special
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The New Yorker Magazine, September 27, 2004: Style Special

By Penn, Irving; Richard Avedon; Mert and Marcus; Zadie Smith; John Updike; Elizabeth Spires; Katha Pollit

New York: Conde Nast, 2004. Magazine. First edition. Very Good magazine, newsstand copy with the promotional flap to the front with light signs of handling, an office routing sticker to the back cover, and a one-inch closed tear to the last four pages and back cover; all inserts present including the tipped-in Grey Goose cocktail booklet. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The September 27, 2004, issue of The New Yorker magazine, their annual fashion and style issue, with: a portfolio of photographs by Irving Penn; a portrait by Richard Avedon; a profile of the fashion photographers Mert and Marcus; the White House tailor; fiction by Zadie Smith; a review by John Updike; poetry by Elizabeth Spires and Katha Pollit; and much more. Perfect-bound; 96 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 8 x 10.75 inches.

$14.95

Aperture Magazine No. 88
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Aperture Magazine No. 88

By Adams, Robert; Gilles Peress; Eugene Atget; Louis Faurer; Mario Giacomelli

Millerton, NY: Aperture, 1982. Paperback. First edition. NEW paperback in the publisher's shrink wrap. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Issue No. 88 of Aperture Magazine, the premier photography periodical, with articles on or portfolios by: "Our Lives and Our Children" by Robert Adams; "Iran Face to Face" by Gilles Peress; British Raj-era photographs by Indian photographers; Eugene Atget, Louis Faurer, Rina Naginsky; Mario Giacomelli; and more. 80 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 9.5 x 11.5 inches.

$24.95

Los Angeles Times Magazine, July 12, 1987: The Stories Behind the Doors on One Block of Los Angeles by Max Aguilera-Hellweg
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Los Angeles Times Magazine, July 12, 1987: The Stories Behind the Doors on One Block of Los Angeles by Max Aguilera-Hellweg

By Max Aguilera-Hellweg; Lucretia Bingham; Max Holland; Rosemary Kaul; Tim Waters; Paddy Calistro; Robert Lawrence Balzer; Jack Smith; Douglas Kennedy; Virginia Gray

Los Angeles: Los Angeles Times, 1987. Magazine. First edition. Fine, almost as new, magazine. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The July 12, 1987, issue of the Sunday Los Angeles Times Magazine with: The Neighbors, The Stories Behind the Doors on One Block of Los Angeles, with many portraits by Max Aguilera-Hellweg and text by Lucretia Bingham; Don't Blame the Japanese: The Rise of Burgmaster Corp. Was a Typically American Saga--and Unfortunately, So Was Its Fall by Max Holland; The Preaching Bishop, Recently Appointed Carl A. Fisher Brings a Bit of Revised Southern Evangelism to the Archdiocese of Los Angeles with portraits by Rosemary Kaul and text by Tim Waters; Sleek, Chic Hair Styles from Italy by Paddy Calistro; At a Wine Tasting in Nevada, a Comparison of California and French Varietals by Robert Lawrence Balzer; No Amount of Documentation Can Convince Some Doubting Thomases That Certain Historical Events Really Happened by Jack Smith; Mediterranean Meets Southwestern In a New Santa Monica Home with photographs by Douglas Kennedy and text by Virginia Gray; Two Former British Police Officers Bake L.A.'s Best Novelty Cakes; and more. Staple-bound magazine; 40 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 8.25 x 10.75 inches.

$14.95

The New Yorker Magazine, April 29, 2013: Roger Ballen Portfolio
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The New Yorker Magazine, April 29, 2013: Roger Ballen Portfolio

By Roger Ballen; Noah Baumbach; Ian Parker; William Finnegan; John McPhee; Luke Mogelson; Joshua Ferris; George Packer; Alex Ross; Anthony Lane; Eric Drooker; David Remnick

New York: Conde Nast, 2013. Magazine. First edition. Near Fine magazine with a very light crease to the middle and a touch of rubbing at the crown, otherwise Fine. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The April 29, 2013, issue of The New Yorker magazine with: a portfolio of 3 full-page photographs by Roger Ballen with an introduction; a profile of Noah Baumbach by Ian Parker; a citizen trapped in the immigration system by William Finnegan; The Writing Life by John McPhee; Letter From Aleppo, day-by-day a city at war with the regime collects its dead by Luke Mogelson; fiction by Joshua Ferris; Depression literature, old and new by George Packer; women composers by Alex Ross; Anthony Lane on the current cinema "Oblivion" and "In the House;" cover illustration by Eric Drooker; and more. Edited by David Remnick. Staple-bound; 84 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 8 x 10.75 inches.

$12.95

Contemporary Photographer, Spring 1964-1965: Duane Michals & Carl Chiarenza
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Contemporary Photographer, Spring 1964-1965: Duane Michals & Carl Chiarenza

By Michals, Duane; Carl Chiarenza; Lee Lockwood; Robert Sobieszek; Nicholas Dean; David Vestal; George Craven

Culpepper: Contemporary Photographer, 1964. Paperback. SIGNED. First edition. Very Good+ paperback with light soiling, a tiny tear to the back cover, and a small light crease to one corner of the front. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The Spring 1964-1965 issue of Contemporary Photographer (Vol. V, No. 2) with: a 22-image portfolio of portraits by Duane Michaels, SIGNED BY MICHALS on the title page of his portfolio and dated in 2007, no inscription; a 14-image portfolio of work by Carl Chiarenza; an editorial on LBJ and photography; book reviews by Nicholas Dean and David Vestal; exhibition reviews by Vestal, Robert Sobieszek, and George Craven; and and more. Edited by Lee Lockwood. Staple-bound card wraps; 72 pages; 38 full-page b&w illustrations; 8.5 x 7 inches.

$49.95

The Atlantic Monthly Magazine, July/August 2002: American Ground, Unbuilding the World Trade Center
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The Atlantic Monthly Magazine, July/August 2002: American Ground, Unbuilding the World Trade Center

By Meyerowitz, Joel; William Langewiesche; Martin Luther King; Ian Frazier

Boston: Atlantic Monthly, 2002. Magazine. First edition. Fine magazine with light scuffing to the back cover, a printed address to the mailing box, and a four- by three-inch interoffice routing label to the back cover; doesn't appear to have circulated. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The July/August 2002 issue of The Atlantic Monthly magazine (Vol. 290, No. 1), with: a look at the the recovery effort at Ground Zero by William Langewiesche with full-page photographs by Joel Meyerowitz, four years before these images were published in book form; the FBI's wiretapping of Martin Luther King; navigating the solar system with NASA's webcam, profusely illustrated; what happens when bio-terrorism meets genetic engineering?; The Mall of America by Ian Frazier; and much more. Staple-bound; 196 pages; 7.75 x 10.5 inches.

$14.95

Future, The Aventis Magazine, February 2002: Sebastiao Salgado
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Future, The Aventis Magazine, February 2002: Sebastiao Salgado

By Salgado, Sebastiao; Sally Mann; Mary Ellen Mark; Bastienne Schmidt

Schlitigheim, France: Aventis, 2002. Magazine. First edition. New magazine. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The February 2002 issue of Future, the Aventis pharmaceutical company's magazine. This issue includes: an article on the global effort to defeat polio, illustrated with full-spread photographs by Sebastiao Salgado, a year before his book of the same name was published; an article on parenting illustrated with photographs by Sally Mann, Mary Ellen Mark, Bastienne Schmidt, and others; articles on exercise, the National Institutes of Health, Who Owns Nature?, the dream of eternal youth, and much more. Perfect bound magazine; 84 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 8.25 x 11 inches.

$19.95

Dean Brown: The Archive Number 15, January 1982
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Dean Brown: The Archive Number 15, January 1982

By Brown, Dean; James L. Enyeart; Carol Brown; Susan E. Ruff; Nancy D. Solomon; Sarah J. Moore; Sharon Denton; Jerry Uelsmann

Tucson: Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, 1982. Paperback. First edition. Near Fine paperback with a touch of soiling. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The January 1982 issue of The Archive, the periodical of the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona. This issue is mostly about the landscape photographer Dean Brown (1936-1973) with: "The Dean Brown Archive" by James L. Enyeart; "An Appreciation" by Carol Brown; "Dean Brown, An Overview" by Susan E. Ruff; a portfolio of 38 images. Other articles include: a chronology of exhibitions at the Center, 1975-1981, by Nancy D. Solomon; "Acquisition Highlight: Jerry Uelsmann" by Sarah J. Moore; "Acquisitions: July-December 1980", compiled by Sharon Denton. 64 pages; 20 color and 18 b&w full-page plates + a portrait of the photographer; 8.5 x 11 inches.

$14.95

Index Magazine, November/December 2000: Juergen Teller
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Index Magazine, November/December 2000: Juergen Teller

By Teller, Jurgen; Claude Sabbah; Laurie Simmons; Lena Dunham; Emma Forrest; Terry Richardson; Gelatin; Sarah Jones; Carrie Brownstein; Stephin Merritt

New York: Index Magazine, 2000. Paperback. First edition. Two volumes: both Fine. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The November/December 2000 issue of Index, the art and culture magazine, with a special separate supplement "photography album" of images by Juergen Teller. The magazine includes: an interview with Juergen Teller conducted by Cory Reynolds and photographed by Leeta Harding (including the cover image); an interview with Claude Sabbah conducted by Laurie Simmons, with fashion photos by Simmons of his hip-hop couture (one of the models is Lena Dunham, Simmons' daughter); interview with Emma Forrest photographed by Terry Richardson; interview with the art collective Gelatin; the comedian Sarah Jones; Sleeter-Kinney Tour Diary by Carrie Brownstein; the Mutter Museum; Stephin Merritt; Andrew W.K.; Rock 'n' Roll Astrology; and much more. Perfect-bound; 120 pages; 9.25 x 12.5 inches. The supplement is titled "Juergen Teller, Portrait" and features 33 full-page color or b&w photos by Teller, mostly portraits including Kate Moss, Chloe Sevigny, PJ Harvey, Kurt Cobain, Claudia Schiffer, Bjork, and others; staple-bound self-wrappers; 36 pages; 9.25 x 12.5 inches. Due to size and weight, international and expedited shipping will be more than quoted.

$150.00

Infinity Magazine September 1969: Elliott Erwitt & Andy Warhol
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Infinity Magazine September 1969: Elliott Erwitt & Andy Warhol

By Erwitt, Elliott; Andy Warhol; Dennis Cipnic; Yvonne Hannemann

New York: American Society of Magazine Photographers, 1969. Magazine. First edition. Good+ magazine with a stenciled mailing address and a postal notation in pen to the corner at the crown and moderate handling signs; all inserts present. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The September 1969 issue of Infinity (Vol. 18, No. 9), the official magazine of the American Society of Magazine Photographers. This issue includes: a portfolio of photographs by Elliot Erwitt with his commentary, "Thoughts on Naturist Photography"; an essay on Andy Warhol's "Blue Movie" by Dennis Cipnic; a portfolio of photographs by Yvonne Hannemann of the artworks of Genovese crime family figure Ruggiero Boiardo, aka Richie the Boot; and more. Staple-bound; 32 pages; b&w illustrations throughout; 8.5 x 11 inches.

$64.95

PFA Newsletter, January 2002: Todd Webb, Looking Back
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PFA Newsletter, January 2002: Todd Webb, Looking Back

By Webb, Todd

Denver: Camera Obscura Gallery, 2002. Pamphlet. First edition. Very Good pamphlet with folds from mailing in an envelope. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The January 2002 issue of the Camera Obscura Gallery's (Denver, CO) periodical, PFA Newsletter, Photography in the Fine Arts Quarterly, with: cover and a one page article on Todd Webb in advance of an exhibition of his work at the gallery, January 25 - March 10, 2002; a round-up of photo-related news; a listing of exhibitions around the country; obituaries for Michael E. Hoffman and Jack Manning. 4 pages; 3 b&w illustrations; 8.5 x 11 inches. LAID-IN is an illustrated gallery exhibition announcement for a 1995 Webb show in NYC as well as a review of the show from Art in America.

$14.95

Camera Magazine, September 1980: Christer Stromholm
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Camera Magazine, September 1980: Christer Stromholm

By Stromholm, Christer; Allan Porter; Olof Sundman; Peter Weiss; Tor-Ivan Odulf

Lucerne: C.J. Bucher, 1980. Magazine. First edition. Near Fine paperback with a touch of soiling and a light bump at the crown. A nice copy. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The September 1980 issue of Camera magazine, devoted to the Swedish photographer Christer Stromholm. Introduction by Allan Porter followed by 32 full-page plates and a conversation between Olof Sundman, Peter Weiss, and Tor-Ivan Odulf about Stromholm. Also includes an essay on Kodak's centennial and a section of hardware reviews. 56 pages; 8.75 x 11.25 inches. Text in English.

$74.95

Picture Show No. 1: Christer Stromholm
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Picture Show No. 1: Christer Stromholm

By Stromholm, Christer; Johan Ehrenberg

Stockholm: ETC Produktion, 1986. Paperback. First edition. Fine paperback with a hint of soiling to the covers. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The first issue of the periodical Picture Show, dedicated to Nordic photography. This issue was devoted entirely to the work of the Swedish photographer Christer Stromholm and includes not only his better known work (Poste Restante, Amies de Place Blanche) but also previously unpublished work. Edited by Johan Ehrenberg. Unpaginated [116 pages]; b&w plates throughout; 8.5 x 11.25 inches. Texts in English and Swedish.

$100.00

New York Magazine, March 4, 2013: Peter Beard's Wife Wants His Pictures Back
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New York Magazine, March 4, 2013: Peter Beard's Wife Wants His Pictures Back

By Beard, Peter; Mary Ellen Mark; David Bowie; Cecilia Chang; Salman Rushdie; James Franco; Philip Roth

New York: New York Media, 2013. Magazine. First edition. Fine magazine with a clean sticker covering the subscriber's address. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The March 4, 2013, issue of New York magazine, with: an article on how Peter Beard's wife is trying to cement the photographer's reputation and make money by clawing back work he had gifted and used to pay debts, with a portrait by Mary Ellen Mark; the legal problems arising with same-sex divorce; the career of David Bowie; the art of platonic cohabitation; the story of Cecilia Chang who committed suicide rather than face corruption charges; a photo-essay on blowing up a house from the tv show The Americans; Salman Rushdie, James Franco, and others on Philip Roth; the Yankees; getting hit by a subway and living to tell the tale; and much more. Staple-bound; 88 pages; color illustrations throughout; 8 x 10.5 inches.

$14.95

Time Magazine, November 7, 2005: Global Health, How to Save a Life
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Time Magazine, November 7, 2005: Global Health, How to Save a Life

By Nachtwey, James; Time Magazine

New York: Time Inc., 2005. Magazine. First edition. Near Fine with light signs of handling and a 1x3" label to the back cover. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The November 7, 2005, issue of Time magazine with: a 14-page photo-essay on global health photographed by James Nachtwey plus an additional three photos sprinkled elsewhere; a feature on Daniel Radcliffe growing up as Harry Potter; how George Bush will try to salvage his presidency; and more. Staple-bound magazine; 134 pages with three gatefolds; color and b&w reproductions throughout; 8 x 10.5 inches.

$14.95

Lightworks Magazine, Number 7, Summer 1977
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Lightworks Magazine, Number 7, Summer 1977

By Keller, Eric; Charlton Burch; Jim Shaw

Ann Arbor: Lightworks Magazine, 1977. Magazine. First edition, complete with all inserts. Near Fine with a blindstamp to the first leaf; one leaf has a tiny dog ear; plastic bag, with the original price sticker, is worn. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The summer 1977 issue of Lightworks Magaine (No. 7,) an artist's journal edited by Charlton Burch and Eric Keller, issued entirely loose-leaf in a zip lock plastic bag. Includes contributions of various sizes and materials by: A.L.M Andrade, Guillaume Apollinaire (concrete poetry reproduction), John M. Bennett, Barry Brooks, Steven Cole, Michael Cucello (textile serigraph on silk), Harry Gamboa, Martha Haslanger, E.F. Higgins III (rubber stamp artwork), Eric Keller, Helmut Light (aka James Atkinson, xerox/collage), Opal L. Nations, Frederick Parke (computer graphics), Diane Piepol, Carol Rosen (textile serigraph on silk), Gerhard Schlanzky, Jim Shaw (of Destory all Monsters fame), and Marilyn Zimmerman. A total of 22 loose leafs, some printed both sides, housed in a ziplock plastic bag, as issued. Believed to be complete with one item duplicated and one advertising insert.

$39.95

Joy of Giving Something, Brain Gym #1
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Joy of Giving Something, Brain Gym #1

By Gilles, Peress; Smith Roger; Mathias Dopfner

New York: Joy of Giving Something, 2006. Paperback. First edition. Fine with a wrinkle along the top of the pages from moisture exposure; otherwise appears new. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The first (and as far as we can discern, the only) in a "series of brochures exploring current events: both crises and opportunities." This issue deals with war and its effects on civilians with two short essays and a series of quotes by various people alternating with images from various conflicts including 9/11. About half the photographs are by Gilles Peress; essays by Roger Smith and Mathias Dopfner. Staple-bound, self-wrappers; unpaginated [28 pages]; 16 color and b&w illustrations; 6.25 x 8.75 inches.

$14.95

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