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  • EditoreAperture
  • Data di pubblicazione1984
  • ISBN 10 0893811181
  • ISBN 13 9780893811181
  • RilegaturaCopertina flessibile
  • Numero di pagine101
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9783931141363: Telex: Iran : In the Name of Revolution: (Reissue)

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PERESS, Gilles and Gholam-Hossein Sa'edi
Editore: Aperture, New York (1983)
ISBN 10: 0893811181 ISBN 13: 9780893811181
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Descrizione libro First edition. Folio sized softcover. Features an essay by Gholam-Hossein Sa'edi. A powerful group of black and white photographs taken in Iran during the time of the U.S. hostage crisis paired with his communications (telexes) between himself and the Magnum offices in Paris and New York. A close to near fine copy in wrappers with some some very minor wear and from the library of the Visual Studies Workshop with their sticker to the verso of the rear cover, a small rubberstamp and pencil notation to one page. Otherwise, a nicer than usual copy of what remains one of the more important photography books of the 1980s. (Roth 246-247, Parr & Badger v2, 252-253). Codice articolo 198718

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Peress, Gilles
Editore: Aperture (1983)
ISBN 10: 0893811181 ISBN 13: 9780893811181
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Descrizione libro Softcover, 102 pages, very good condition; light crease to spine; light edgewear to covers, no internal marks. Foreign shipping may be extra. Codice articolo TePeAp600

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Peress, Gilles; Saidi, Ghulam Husayn
Editore: Aperture, New York (1984)
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Descrizione libro Hardcover. Condizione: Fine. Condizione sovraccoperta: Fine. Very large folio-sized book. Excellent condition in fine dust-wrapper, with detachable mylar archival covering. B&w photos. A fine copy of this very scarce book. ~~~ "TELEX: IRAN is an extraordinarily personal document of a public event.The photographs Gilles Peress took over a five-week period during the 1979/80 seizure of the American embassy in Tehran form neither a study nor an analysis. Peress didn't plan to go to Iran: the instant imagery, the caricatures of "fanatics" on his TV got to him. He felt the need to understand for himself the apparent madness about which the Western media could only generalize.Peress's photographs do not purport to tell the story-any story-but are the nearly seismographic record of the photojournalist's perceptions, encounters, and, not least, his emotions, as he moves through the city and countryside of a nation in upheaval. Involved one day, alienated the next; insightful in Tabriz, at sea in Qom; attracted to one subject, repelled by another, Telex: Iran beats out the raw rhythms of Iran's dislocations, historical and individual. The book is a virtually cinematic montage of events laced with evidence of the now skeletal requirements of one continuing, individual, Western life." ~~. Codice articolo 045660

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Gilles Peress; Ghulam Husayn Saidi
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Descrizione libro Soft cover. Condizione: Fine. 1st Edition. /Illustrated wraps soft cover. Codice articolo 008994

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PERESS, Gilles, SA'EDI, Gholam-Hossein
Editore: Aperture, New York (1983)
ISBN 10: 0893811181 ISBN 13: 9780893811181
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Descrizione libro Soft cover. Condizione: Near Fine. 1st Edition. First edition (English), first printing. Soft cover. Photographically illustrated, laminated stiff wrappers; no dust jacket as issued. Photographs by Gilles Peress. Telexed messages by Gilles Peress and Magnum staff. Essay by Gholam-Hossein Sa'edi. Includes a timeline of events, captions to the photographs, and biographies on the contributors. Designed by Gilles Peress, Tarcus, and Claude Nori, with Nan Richardson. 104 pp., with black-and-white plates throughout beautifully printed on heavy paper. 15 x 10-5/8 inches. Scarce. [Cited in Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, The Photobook: A History, Volume II. (London and New York: Phaidon, 2006).]. Near Fine (creases to lower corners of cover, 1/8-inch abrasion to left edge of rear cover and light wear to the extremities; spine uncracked and binding tight). From Parr and Badger: "[Telex: Iran] is one of the key works in what might be termed a postmodern approach to photojournalism, where the photographer seems to critique and comment on his or her purpose whilst trying to fulfill it. Telex: Iran is exemplary in this regard. The book was shot over a five-week period from December 1979 to January 1980, during the Iran 'hostage crisis,' when Islamic fundamentalists, encouraged by the fledgling revolutionary government of the Ayatollah Khomeini, seized the United States Embassy in Tehran and held 52 Americans hostage, in protest at American refusal to return the ousted Shah for trial and certain execution. Peress traveled around Iran, trying to understand both the basis for the revolution and the mindset of a people who were demonized in the US media. His pictures portray not only his attempt to comprehend what was going on, but also the attempts of many of the Iranians he was photographing . Peress does not add traditional, explanatory captions, but instead includes excerpts from the telexes exchanged between himself and the Magnum offices in Paris and New York. These communications, which today would be cellphone text messages or e-mails, give cryptic insights into Peress's understanding of how the story was developing, as well as the practical difficulties facing any photojournalist in a confused and volatile political situation.". Codice articolo 113151

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