Publiushed 2012 by Steidl
Aisle 2, Row 3, Seat 5, Texas Theatre, 231 West Jefferson Boulevard, Dallas, Texas, November 1993
Lee Harvey Oswald was sitting in this seat when he was arrested by Dallas police at 1:50 p.m., November 22, 1962
The double feature playing that day was Cry of Battle and War is Hell.
Marcourt Lane, near 42nd Street, West Des Moines, Iowa, January 1995
In the early morning hours of September 5, 1982, Johnny Gosch, a twelve-year-old paperboy, set out with his red wagon and his dog to deliver the Des Moines Sunday Register.
He was last seen on this street at approximately 6 a.m., talking to a man in a dark blue car. Despite a nationwide search, he is still missing.
Published 2011 by Steidl, 48 euros
The book is divided in 4 chapters / works.
We all have this souvenir somewhere
Looking at these pictures, I can’t help but think of Joel Sternfeld in “How to make a photobook with Steidl”, explaining how he shot people in the malls with his iphone…
People seem to forget about him
they don’t even notice him
Another mall story…
The funniest picture in the book.
Seminial Photographic Books of the Twentieth Century
Published 2001 by PPP editions, bought on Amazon $307,93
Ok. Now that I own one copy of the Bible, I can be named collector, please.
Germaine Krull, Métal, 1927
Brassaï and Paul Morand, Paris de Nuit, 1933
André Kertesz, Day of Paris, 1945
Weegee, Naked City, 1945
Paul Strand and Claure Roy, La France de Profil, 1952
Garry Winogrand, The Animals, 1969
Bill Owens, Suburbia, 1973
Robert Adams, The New West, 1974
Mike Mandel and Larry Sultan, Evidence, 1977
Bill Burke, I want to take picture, 1987
Joel Sternfeld, American Prospects, 1987
David LaChapelle, LaChapelle Land, 1996