Case History

Boris Mikhailov

Editorial: Scalo, 1999
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8vo, 479pp. White boards in photographic dustwrapper. Numerous Colour plates. Tomic study by Mikhailov of the people of post soviet Ukraine. A beautiful, humane, and somewhat harrowing work. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Case History
Editorial: Scalo
Año de publicación: 1999
Encuadernación: Hardcover.
Condición del libro: Near Fine
Edición: First Edition.

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Mikhailov ( Mihailov Michailov), Boris:
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Descripción Estado de conservación: Sehr gut. Scalo, Zurich. 1999. First edition, first printing. Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, The Photobook A History, vol 2, page 309. Hardback with jacket. 235 x 170 mm (9 1/4 x 6 3/4 in). 480 pages. 431 colour photographs. Introduction by Boris Mikhailov; conversation between Ilya Kabakov and Victor Tupitsyn. Edited Alexis Schwarzenbach. Design by Hans Werner Holzwarth. Text in english. Condition: Dustjacket lightly yellowed on front and spine, but complete and without tears. Book inside and outside very fine. Overall very fine condition! Mikhailov is well-known for many famous photobooks. Beside "Case History" also for "Unfinished Dissertation" or "By the ground. At dusk." (all mentioned in Martin Parr, The Photobook). Born in the former Soviet Union Boris Mikhailov (born 1938) lived and worked for several decades in his hometown Kharkov, Ukraine. He received an education as an engineer and started to teach himself the practice of photography. Today he is one of the most successful and well-known photographers, who already was actively working in soviet times. His work very much is influenced in the means of Concept-Art and Social-Documentary-Photography. At the end of the 1960s he had his first exhibition. After the KGB found nude-pictures of his wife he was set off his job as an engineer and started to full-time work with photography. He shot a series of everyday-life scenes-documentation. "The break-up of the former Soviet union has brutally torn apart the social fabric across all of its former territories. Building a civil society and a functioning market economy will take a long time. Meanwhile, there are many who have lost everything-their jobs, their homes, their social network, their identity-roaming the streets, scrambling for food and alcohol, looking for a place to sleep. Boris Mikhailov has followed their lives for a number of years. Case History is a collective portrait of those whose lives have fallen apart amidst the turmoil of epochal change, people whom history has left behind. Street kids getting high, adults looking for food, dirt-covered men and women washing themselves in Mikhailov`s apartment, homeless people caressing each other`s decrepit bodies: unflinchingly brutal and yet dignified images of aspects of the human condition that we prefer to repress." "It seems to me that my personal uncertainty (it is not clear where I live-in Kharkov or somewhere in the West, where I work, etc.), my instability in society, on the formal level, has transformed the border between documentary and scenery within the framework of the documentary." "Case History is not just a chronicle of the crass reality of a historical transition. It is a ravishing work of art offering a bold, radically candid perspective on the human body, its weakness, and mortality. Mikhailov shows us how history has inscribed itself on the bodies of these Ukrainian homeless. He investigates the gruesome physical marks of social change. Gentle and brutal, wry and sad, a book that presents life in all of its contradictions and extremes." (from the publisher)***************Scalo, Zürich. 1999. Erstausgabe. Originalausgabe. Martin Parr und Gerry Badger, The Photobook A History, vol 2, Seite 309. Hardback mit Original-Schutzumschlag. 235 x 170 mm, 480 Seiten. 431 Farbfotografien. Einführung von Boris Mikhailov; Gespräch zwischen Ilya Kabakov und Victor Tupitsyn. Text auf englisch. Editiert von Alexis Schwarzenbach. Design von Hans Werner Holzwarth. Zustand: Schutzumschlag Vorderseite und Rücken etwas gilb, aber vollständig ohne Risse. Buch aussen und innen sehr gut erhalten mit nur leichten Gebrauchsspuren. Insgesamt guter Zustand! Mikhailov ist bekannt für einige sehr berühmte Fotobücher. Neben "Case History" auch für "Unvollendete Dissertation" oder "Am Boden. Die Dämmerung" (alle erwähnt und gewürdigt bei Martin Parr, The Photobook). Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1600. Nº de ref. de la librería 23219

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MIKHAILOV, BORIS
Editorial: Scalo Publishers, New York (1999)
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Descripción Scalo Publishers, New York, 1999. Boards. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine. 1st English Language Edition. Black lettered cream boards in pictrial dust jacket. Pictures of "Les Miserables" of Kharkov in the Ukraine. A near frine copy but for a neat slice through the dj spine and the spine of the book from careless opening of the shipping box. Size: Large 8vo. Nº de ref. de la librería 26161

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Boris Mikhailov (Autor)
Editorial: Scalo Zürich (1999)
ISBN 10: 3908247098 ISBN 13: 9783908247098
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Descripción Scalo Zürich, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: gut. 1999. Boris Mikhailov, geboren 1938 in der Ukraine, ist Fotograf und rückte in den letzten Jahren zusehends ins Rampenlicht der Kunstwelt. So hatte er Einzelausstellungen im Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, in der Photographer's Gallery, London, und in der DAAD Galerie, Berlin. Seit Herbst 2000 unterrichtet Mikhailov an der Harvard University. Im Jahr 2000 erhielt er den Fotobuchpreis des Internationalen Festivals für Fotografie in Arles und den Hasselblad-Preis. Boris Mikhailov, whose "Unfinished Dissertation" was published in 1998, focuses in "Les Miserables" on what he believes is the result of the breakup of the former Soviet Union. Though Mikhailov considers the conditions of his particular place of residence for over 50 years crucial to his work, he is not providing a recollection of the specific history of Kharkov, Ukraine. Rather, he brings out the "condition humaine" in this city characterized by industry and factories, by newly installed Coca Cola billboards as well as socialist architecture. Kharkov provides the backdrop for Mikhailov's moving portraits describing the decay of both social structures and individual lives. We witness street kids taking drugs, adults in search of food, trying to re-install their social self by cleaning their bodies in the artist's own apartment. Despite devastating poverty, the women and men in Mikhailov's images look back at us with great dignity. Their eyes express an unbroken will to survive in a social system that has broken down completely. Mikhailov depicts the harshness of everyday life in a society not as far away from ours as we might think. Zusatzinfo 439 farb. Abb. Sprache englisch Maße 170 x 240 mm Einbandart gebunden Fotografen/-innen Fotografinnen Mikhailov, Boris Mychajlov, Borys Obdachloser Bildband Obdachlosigkeit Motiv Photoforum Zürich Ukraine Bildband Zürich Museen ISBN-10 3-908247-09-8 / 3908247098 ISBN-13 978-3-908247-09-8 / 9783908247098 In englischer Sprache. 256 pages. 24,2 x 18 x 4,2 cm. Nº de ref. de la librería BN30062

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Boris Mikhailov
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Descripción Scalo, 1999. Couverture rigide. Estado de conservación: Bon. Pas de jaquette. Edition originale. Scalo, Zürich, 1999, 24,2 x 18 cm, 256 p. Relié. Bon état. Le photographe ukrainien Boris Mikhailov explore depuis plus de trente ans la place de l’individu au coeur de mécaniques historiques complexes : l’idéologie, les conditions de vie dans l’Europe de l’est post-communiste, Case History s’intéresse aux individus laissés pour compte suite à la chute de l’Union Soviétique. Mikhailov documente la pauvreté et l’oppression quotidienne d’individus vivant en marge du système économique russe. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE-16269570172

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Editorial: Scalo, Zurich, Switzerland (1999)
ISBN 10: 3908247098 ISBN 13: 9783908247098
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Descripción Scalo, Zurich, Switzerland, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine. First edition. Hardcover in dust jacket. A near fine copy in a near fine jacket, lightly soiled fore edge, handling wear to edges, else bright and clean. Inscribed by Boris Mikhailov on the title page. Nº de ref. de la librería 001731

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Descripción Scalo Publishers, U.S.A., 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Fine. 1st Edition. Fine in Fine DJ, no damage noted of any kind. Small but heavy book will attract an additional shipping charge if not sent via US Media Mail, or internationally. Nº de ref. de la librería 000655

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Boris Mikhailov
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ISBN 10: 3908247098 ISBN 13: 9783908247098
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Descripción Zurich: Scalo, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Near Fine. 1st Edition. 1st edition. Near Fine HC in Near Fine DJ. White paper over boards, black titles on spine. Bright, clean, square covers and spine; short, shallow indentation on rear cover; two small bumps at cover top edge; tightly bound; bright, crisp, clean interior. DJ is bright, clean and complete; faintly shelf-scuffed. 458 full page color plates. Large 8vo, 478 pp. Nº de ref. de la librería 17630

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Descripción Estado de conservación: Wie neu. Scalo, Zurich. 1999. First edition, first printing. Signed by Boris Mikhailov! Signatures by this artist are scarce! Mint, new, unread; only opened once for signature. Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, The Photobook A History, vol 2, page 309. Hardback with jacket. 235 x 170 mm (9 1/4 x 6 3/4 in). 480 pages. 431 colour photographs. Introduction by Boris Mikhailov; conversation between Ilya Kabakov and Victor Tupitsyn. Edited Alexis Schwarzenbach. Design by Hans Werner Holzwarth. Text in english. Perfect condition! Signed by the artist! Collector`s copy! Mikhailov is well-known for many famous photobooks. Beside "Case History" also for "Unfinished Dissertation" or "By the ground. At dusk." (all mentioned in Martin Parr, The Photobook). Born in the former Soviet Union Boris Mikhailov (born 1938) lived and worked for several decades in his hometown Kharkov, Ukraine. He received an education as an engineer and started to teach himself the practice of photography. Today he is one of the most successful and well-known photographers, who already was actively working in soviet times. His work very much is influenced in the means of Concept-Art and Social-Documentary-Photography. At the end of the 1960s he had his first exhibition. After the KGB found nude-pictures of his wife he was set off his job as an engineer and started to full-time work with photography. He shot a series of everyday-life scenes-documentation. "The break-up of the former Soviet union has brutally torn apart the social fabric across all of its former territories. Building a civil society and a functioning market economy will take a long time. Meanwhile, there are many who have lost everything-their jobs, their homes, their social network, their identity-roaming the streets, scrambling for food and alcohol, looking for a place to sleep. Boris Mikhailov has followed their lives for a number of years. Case History is a collective portrait of those whose lives have fallen apart amidst the turmoil of epochal change, people whom history has left behind. Street kids getting high, adults looking for food, dirt-covered men and women washing themselves in Mikhailov`s apartment, homeless people caressing each other`s decrepit bodies: unflinchingly brutal and yet dignified images of aspects of the human condition that we prefer to repress." "It seems to me that my personal uncertainty (it is not clear where I live-in Kharkov or somewhere in the West, where I work, etc.), my instability in society, on the formal level, has transformed the border between documentary and scenery within the framework of the documentary." "Case History is not just a chronicle of the crass reality of a historical transition. It is a ravishing work of art offering a bold, radically candid perspective on the human body, its weakness, and mortality. Mikhailov shows us how history has inscribed itself on the bodies of these Ukrainian homeless. He investigates the gruesome physical marks of social change. Gentle and brutal, wry and sad, a book that presents life in all of its contradictions and extremes." (from the publisher)***************Scalo, Zürich. 1999. Erstausgabe. Originalausgabe. Signiert von Boris Mikhailov! Signaturen diese Künstlers sind selten! Neu, ungelesen, verlagsfrisch; nur einmal geöffnet für die Signatur. Martin Parr und Gerry Badger, The Photobook A History, vol 2, Seite 309. Hardback mit Original-Schutzumschlag. 235 x 170 mm, 480 Seiten. 431 Farbfotografien. Einführung von Boris Mikhailov; Gespräch zwischen Ilya Kabakov und Victor Tupitsyn. Text auf englisch. Editiert von Alexis Schwarzenbach. Design von Hans Werner Holzwarth. Perfekter Zustand! Signiert vom Künstler! Sammler-Exemplar! Mikhailov ist bekannt für einige sehr berühmte Fotobücher. Neben "Case History" auch für "Unvollendete Dissertation" oder "Am Boden. Die Dämmerung" (alle erwähnt und gewürdigt bei Martin Parr, The Photobook). Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 1600. Nº de ref. de la librería 22028

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Boris Mikhailov
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Descripción Scalo Publishers 1999-05, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: good. First Edition. 3908247098. Nº de ref. de la librería 588625

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Descripción Scalo, 1999. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Near Fine. Estado de la sobrecubierta: Very Good. 1st Edition. Scalo, 1999. Hardcover with jacket as issued. First Edition. 480 pages, 441 colour photographs. Listed in Parr/Badger vol. 2 p.309. Book Condition: Near Fine in Very Good jacket. Some light shelf wear and dust soiling to jacket, interior is clean and unmarked. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE-1473938147802

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