22 Photographers (signed)

by Regina Maria Anzenberger


Photographs: Cem Akkan, Toni Anzenberger, Michael Appelt, Robert Bösch, Fausto Giaccone, Bruno Hadjih, Christine de Grancy, Manfred Horvath, Christoph Lingg, Elio Loccisano, Daniele Mattioli, David Paul Morris, Jo

Text: Erich Lessing, Chris Sattlberger

Publisher: Edition Stemmle AG

183 pages

Year: 1997

ISBN: 3908162734

Price: 50     25.00

Comments: limited edition of 2000 German and 2000 English copies. Only English edition available. Signed by Regina Maria Anzenberger

This book presents a representative cross-section of the work of the Anzenberger Agency photographers: highlights from their highly diverse creative prodcutions, including several previously unpublished features, grouped under eight major themes: Daily Life, Conflict, People, Religion, Festivities, Adventure, Architecture and Nature.

"I don't believe that photojournalism is dead. Because of the omnipresence of digital photography, demand for 'classic' photographs will even grow. Photography will more and more approach the world of fine arts, a development which is confirmed by the high prices photographs are fetching at auctions. But more than ever before, it will be the greatest challenge for every photojournalist to find his own unique visual language." Regina Maria Anzenberger


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22 Photographers (signed)

by Regina Maria Anzenberger


Photographs: Cem Akkan, Toni Anzenberger, Michael Appelt, Robert Bösch, Fausto Giaccone, Bruno Hadjih, Christine de Grancy, Manfred Horvath, Christoph Lingg, Elio Loccisano, Daniele Mattioli, David Paul Morris, Jo

Text: Erich Lessing, Chris Sattlberger

Publisher: Edition Stemmle AG

183 pages

Year: 1997

ISBN: 3908162734

Price: 50     25.00

Comments: limited edition of 2000 German and 2000 English copies. Only English edition available. Signed by Regina Maria Anzenberger

This book presents a representative cross-section of the work of the Anzenberger Agency photographers: highlights from their highly diverse creative prodcutions, including several previously unpublished features, grouped under eight major themes: Daily Life, Conflict, People, Religion, Festivities, Adventure, Architecture and Nature.

"I don't believe that photojournalism is dead. Because of the omnipresence of digital photography, demand for 'classic' photographs will even grow. Photography will more and more approach the world of fine arts, a development which is confirmed by the high prices photographs are fetching at auctions. But more than ever before, it will be the greatest challenge for every photojournalist to find his own unique visual language." Regina Maria Anzenberger


More books by Regina Maria Anzenberger

more books tagged »Austrian« | >> see all

more books tagged »reportage« | >> see all

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more books tagged » documentary« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com

22 Photographers (signed)

by Regina Maria Anzenberger


Photographs: Cem Akkan, Toni Anzenberger, Michael Appelt, Robert Bösch, Fausto Giaccone, Bruno Hadjih, Christine de Grancy, Manfred Horvath, Christoph Lingg, Elio Loccisano, Daniele Mattioli, David Paul Morris, Jo

Text: Erich Lessing, Chris Sattlberger

Publisher: Edition Stemmle AG

183 pages

Year: 1997

ISBN: 3908162734

Price: 50     25.00

Comments: limited edition of 2000 German and 2000 English copies. Only English edition available. Signed by Regina Maria Anzenberger

This book presents a representative cross-section of the work of the Anzenberger Agency photographers: highlights from their highly diverse creative prodcutions, including several previously unpublished features, grouped under eight major themes: Daily Life, Conflict, People, Religion, Festivities, Adventure, Architecture and Nature.

"I don't believe that photojournalism is dead. Because of the omnipresence of digital photography, demand for 'classic' photographs will even grow. Photography will more and more approach the world of fine arts, a development which is confirmed by the high prices photographs are fetching at auctions. But more than ever before, it will be the greatest challenge for every photojournalist to find his own unique visual language." Regina Maria Anzenberger


More books by Regina Maria Anzenberger

more books tagged »Austrian« | >> see all

more books tagged »reportage« | >> see all

more books tagged »America« | >> see all

more books tagged » documentary« | >> see all

A collector's choice by josefchladek.com