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Shoot : photography of the moment

Author: Ken Miller; Penny Martin; Stephen Shore
Publisher: New York : Rizzoli, 2009.
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"The photographers in SHOOT embrace the mundane image, imbuing it with an emotional impact that leaves a lasting impression." "SHOOT follows this photographic movement from its origins 25 years ago to its explosion in popularity today, beginning with the groundbreaking personal documentary work of Stephen Shore and Nan Goldin, through the incorporation of snapshot photography into fine art and fashion, to the  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Miller, Ken, 1963-
Shoot.
New York : Rizzoli, 2009
(OCoLC)758727906
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ken Miller; Penny Martin; Stephen Shore
ISBN: 9780847831937 0847831930
OCLC Number: 299708530
Description: 208 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 30 cm
Contents: Snapshots / Stephen Shore --
Shoot / Penny Martin --
The moment / Ken Miller --
Stephen Shore --
Nan Goldin --
Walter Pfeiffer --
Boris Mikhailov --
Wolfgang Tillmans --
Juergen Teller --
Mark Borthwick --
Ari Marcopoulos --
Hiromix --
Glynnis McDaris --
Linus Bill --
Jason Nocito --
Yurie Nagashima --
Tim Barber --
Peter Sutherland --
JH Engström --
Dash Snow --
Kenneth Cappello --
Louise Enhörning --
Michael Schmelling --
Nacho Alegre --
Ola Rindal --
Paul Schiek --
Madi Ju --
Jaimie Warren --
Thomas Jeppe.
Responsibility: by Ken Miller ; [introduction by Penny Martin ; foreword by Stephen Shore].

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"The photographers in SHOOT embrace the mundane image, imbuing it with an emotional impact that leaves a lasting impression." "SHOOT follows this photographic movement from its origins 25 years ago to its explosion in popularity today, beginning with the groundbreaking personal documentary work of Stephen Shore and Nan Goldin, through the incorporation of snapshot photography into fine art and fashion, to the current generation, from whom personal documentation is away of life. The photographers in SHOOT rely on their instincts, their engagement, and their "eye" to transform fleeting moments into powerful, dynamic images." "SHOOT includes a foreword by legendary photographer Stephen Shore, in addition to critical essays by professor Penny Martin, with a historical overview of the genre and aesthetic by Ken Miller. These essays link the work of influential photographers such as Nan Goldin, Wolfgang Tillmans, Juergen Teller, and Hiromix to a current generation of image-makers, including JH Engstrom, Tim Barber, Linus Bill, Jaimie Warren, and Dash Snow."--Jacket.

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""SHOOT" straddles the divide, alternatively offering visions mundane and majestic, grotesque and gorgeous." "Nylon Magazine""Rizzoli is publishing a new book "Shoot: Photography of the Moment", a Read more...

 
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