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William Eggleston. Before Color.

Hg. Thomas Weski, Chris Burnside u.a. Göttingen 2010.

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ISBN 10: 3869301228 / ISBN 13: 9783869301228
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Vor einigen Jahren war im William Eggleston Artistic Trust in Memphis eine Schachtel aufgetaucht, deren Inhalt die Fachwelt euphorisierte: frühe Fotografien in Schwarzweiß, vom Meister und internationalen Wegbereiter der Farbfotografie! Der Band versammelt den Bilderschatz in Gänze, er wird alle Fotografie-Interessierten begeistern und sollte auch in keiner kunst- und kulturhistorischen Bibliothek fehlen. 22,5 x 25,5 cm, 200 Seiten, 152 Vierton-Tafeln, Kunstledereinband mit Titelprägung. N° de ref. de la librería 505897

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A few years ago in the archives of the William Eggleston Artistic Trust in Memphis, a box was found containing Egglestons earliest photography remarkably in black and white. The photos were subsequently exhibited at Cheim & Read gallery in New York and sold. This book reunites these photos in their entirety, and shows the artistic beginnings of a pioneer of contemporary photography. In the late 1950s Eggleston began photographing suburban Memphis using high-speed 35 mm black and white film, developing the style and motifs that would come to shape his pivotal colour work including diners, supermarkets, domestic interiors and people engaged in seemingly trivial and banal situations. Now, fifty years later, all the plates in Before Color have been scanned from vintage prints developed by Eggleston in his own darkroom. In the mid 1960s Eggleston discovered colour film and was quickly satisfied with the results: And by God, it worked. Just overnight. Eggleston then abandoned black and white photography, but its fundamental influence on his practice is undeniable. William Eggleston, born in 1939 in Memphis, is one of the most important contemporary American photographers. From the 1970s onwards, his work has significantly contributed to the recognition of colour photography as an artistic medium. Eggleston has published his work extensively, and it has been shown in many major exhibitions around the world. He continues to live and work in Memphis, and travels considerably for photographic projects.

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