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ALEPH ID 000421895
OCLC Number (OCoLC)959594097 (OCoLC)962227182
Main Entry LinkElsken, Ed van der,photographer,artist.
Uniform Title Verliefde camera. English
Title Ed van der Elsken : camera in love / content editors, Hripsimé Visser, Sophie Tates ; authors, Susan Aasman, David Campany, Nan Goldin, Colin van Heezik, Valérie Jouve, Paulien Oltheten, Hripsimé Visser ; translation into English, Sue McDonnell ; new photography, Wim Hanenberg.
Edition English edition.
Imprint Munich ; London ; New York : Prestel, [2017]
Description 288 pages : illustrations (some color) : ; 30 cm.
Notes Original Dutch edition: Ed van der Elsken - de verliefde camera, published by Hannibal Publishing, Belgium, in collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, ©2017.
This publication accompanies the exhibitions at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, from 4 February to 21 May 2017, at Jeu de Paume, Paris, from 13 June to 24 September 2017, at Fundación Mapfre, Madrid, from 23 January to 20 May 2018.
Bibliographic Note Includes bibliographical references and filmography.
Contents Contents: Preface / Beatrix Ruf, Marta Gili -- Biography -- "Collecting my kind of people" / Hripsimé Visser -- Photographing as a need / Nan Goldin -- Under, outside and between: the elusive art of Ed van der Elsken / David Campany -- Of photographers and people / Valérie Jouve -- "An artist has got to catch life completely, basically": Ed van der Elsken: between film and life / Susan Aasman -- "Aha, one of my people" / Paulien Oltheten -- #EdvanderElsken / Colin van Heezik -- Paris -- Love on the Left Bank -- Bagara -- Jazz -- Sweet life -- Amsterdam -- Eye love you -- Japan.
Summary Known for his unconventional technique and gritty, evocative images of people and places, Ed van der Elsken was a self-taught photographer whose work documented his own life and travels. This book offers a definitive overview of van der Elsken’s entire oeuvre, including his groundbreaking photo novel and his paean to 1950s Amsterdam. On display at Amsterdam’s famed Stedelijk Museum, the exhibition at the center of this book focuses on the museum’s extensive collection of van der Elsken’s prints, and on the renowned installations he mounted there during his lifetime. Essays reveal the photographer’s early influences, including Weegee, Henri Cartier-Bresson, and Robert Capa, while also showing how his confident, unorthodox, and self-expressionist style paved the way for late 20th-century photographers, including Larry Clark, Nan Goldin, and Wolfgang Tillmans.
Subjects LinkElsken, Ed van der -- Exhibitions.
Subjects LinkPhotography, Artistic -- Exhibitions.
LinkPhotographers -- Netherlands -- Exhibitions.
Other Authors LinkHanenberg, Wim, photographer.
LinkAasman, Susan, writer of supplementary textual content.
LinkCampany, David, writer of supplementary textual content.
LinkGoldin, Nan, 1953- writer of supplementary textual content.
LinkHeezik, Colin van, writer of supplementary textual content.
LinkJouve, Valérie, 1964- writer of supplementary textual content.
LinkOltheten, Paulien, 1982- writer of supplementary textual content.
LinkVisser, Hripsimé, editor, writer of supplementary textual content.
LinkTates, Sophie, 1977- editor.
Other Authors LinkAmsterdam (Netherlands). Stedelijk Museum, host institution.
LinkJeu de paume (Gallery : France)
LinkFundación Mapfre.
Additional Titles Camera in love
ISBN 3791383256

Library Holdings Library Stacks / Regular loan
TR647 .E47 2017
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