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    • SUSAN HILLER

    • SUSAN HILLER


    • Gallagher, Ann (editor) et al. SUSAN HILLER. 192 pages, roughly 200 illustrations, most in color. 4to, wraps. London, Tate Publishing, 2011.
      Exhibition at Tate Britain.


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    • DAVID HILLIARD

    • DAVID HILLIARD


    • Cotton, Charlotte. DAVID HILLIARD. Photographs. Artist interview by Vince Aletti; 96 pp., over 50 color plates. Oblong 4to, boards. New York, Aperture Books, 2005.



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    • LEWIS HINE

    • LEWIS HINE from the collections of George Eastman House, International


    • Nordstrom, Alison and Elizabeth McCausland. LEWIS HINE from the collections of George Eastman House, International Museum of Photography and Film. 264 pages, including roughly 230 b&w plates. 4to, cloth and boards. New York, DAP, 2011.
      Exhibition in Paris, Madrid and Rotterdam.


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    • LEWIS HINE

    • LEWIS HINE


    • Gijon. Museo Casa Natal de Jovellanos. LEWIS HINE. 128 pp with 75 b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. 1991.
      C atalogue from a travelling exhibition.


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    • ALFRED HITCHCOCK

    • The Cinema of ALFRED HITCHCOCK.


    • Bogdanovich, Peter. The Cinema of ALFRED HITCHCOCK. 48 pp. illustrated catalogue. Thin 4to, wraps. New York. M.O.M.A., 1963.
      The Museum of Modern Art Film Library.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Libraries


    • Hofer, Candida. CANDIDA HOFER: Libraries. Introductory essay by Umberto Eco. 72 pp. Illustrated with 137 colour photographic plates. 4to., bound in publisher's grey paper over boards with pictorial dust-jacket. Munich: Schirmer/Mosel, 2005.
      Images of famous libraries around the world , featuring the Escorial in Spain, the Villa Medici in Rome, the Hamburg University Library, The British Library, the Bibliothèque National de France in Paris, the Pierpont Morgan Library, The Bodleian Library at Oxford, the Beinecke Library at Yale, the Rijksmuseum library among others.
      Candida Höfer (1944- ) artist and professional photographer from Germany, has exhibted her work in numerous group and solo shows throughout Europe and the US. Her photographs for this volume capture the libraries as "splendid and intimate cathedrals of knowledge," empty of people, and thus focused on the objects, the books and the libraries as aesthetic images.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Libraries. Limited Edition


    • HOFER, Candida. Libraries with an essay by Umberto Eco. 272 pp. Illustrated with 137 colour photographic plates. 4to., bound in original publisher's cloth in slipcase. Munich: Schirmer/Mosel, 2005.
      One of a limited edition of 100 numbered copies with an additional signed original photograph 'Limburg Maastricht 2003' [signed on verso of photograph].
      Among the libraries photographed are the Escorial in Spain, the Villa Medici in Rome, the Hamburg University Library, The British Library, the Bibliothèque National de France in Paris, the Pierpont Morgan Library, The Bodleian Library at Oxford, the Beinecke Library at Yale and the Rijksmuseum Library.
      A mint copy of the limited edition of this visual survey of some of the world's greatest libraries by Candida Hofer, one of the best-known students of Bernd and Hilla Becher.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Architecture of Absence


    • Glenn, Constance, Mary-Kay Lombino, and Virginia Heckert. CANDIDA HOFER: Architecture of Absence. 112 pp., roughly 65 color plates. 4to, boards. New York, Aperture, in association with Long Beach, University Art Museum, California State University, and West Palm Beach, Norton Museum of Art, 2004.
      These photographs of public and institutional spaces present a universe of interiors which reveal patterns of order, logic, and disruption imposed by absent creators and inhabitants.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Projects: Done


    • Heinzelmann, Markus and Agnes Husslein-Arco (preface) et al. CANDIDA HOFER: Projects: Done. 240 pages, roughly 375 color and b&w illustrations. 4to, wraps. Cologne, Walther König, 2009.
      Exhibition in Leverkusen and Vienna. Text in English and German.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Dresden


    • Beyer, Marcel (text). CANDIDA HOFER: Dresden. 128 pp., roughly 50 color plates. 8vo, wraps. Cologne, Walther Koenig, 2006.
      This small volume features some of the most monumental recent work by the German photographer. It includes over 50 stunning architectural interiors and details from some of the most important historical public institutions in Dresden. Text in German.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: A Monograph


    • Kruger, Michael (essay). CANDIDA HOFER: A Monograph. 252 pp., 209 color plates. 4to, cloth. Munich, Schirmer/Mosel, 2003.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Opera de Paris


    • Mortier, Gerard (text). CANDIDA HOFER: Opera de Paris. 80 pp., 31 color plates. 4to, cloth. Munich, Schirmer/Mosel, in association with Paris, Opera National de Paris, 2006.
      In this publication, Candida Hofer portrays two Paris opera houses (empty foyers, stages, wings, and boxes) that are exemplary for their time and age: The neoclassicist Palais Garnies (1875) and the modern-style Opéra Bastille (1989). Text in English, French and German.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Napoli


    • Tecce, Angela. CANDIDA HOFER: Napoli. 56 pages, 21 color plates. Small 4to, cloth. Munich, Schirmer/Moseli, 2009.
      Exhibition in Naples. Text in English and German.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Affinities - Affinitaeten - Affiniteter


    • Nilsson, Bo (curator) et al. CANDIDA HOFER: Affinities - Affinitaeten - Affiniteter. 162 pages with roughly 450 color and b&w plates. 4to, wraps. Stockholm, Artipelag, in association with Munich, Schirmer Mosel, 2012.
      Exhibition in Stockholm. Text in English, German and Swedish.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Louvre


    • Loyrette, Henri and Marie-Laure Bernadec (texts). CANDIDA HOFER: Louvre. 15 pp. text. Illustrated with 18 colour photographic plates. 4to, bound in original publisher's cloth and pictorial dustjacket. Munich: Schirmer/Mosel, 2006.
      The Louvre, the world's largest museum, opened it's doors to the public four years after the French Revolution. Hofer's photographs were taken during the days when the museum was closed. These images of the Louvre's empty salles convey the richness of history that imbues both the art and the architecture. Published to accompany an exhibition at the Louvre. Text in English, German, and French.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Em Portugal - In Portugal


    • Saramago, Jose and Shelley Rice. CANDIDA HOFER: Em Portugal - In Portugal. 128 pp., 83 color plates. 4to, cloth. Munich, Schirmer/Mosel, 2006.
      Portugal's churches and monasteries, universities and libraries, and palaces and opera houses, among other places, are the focus of this book from the German photographer. It accompanies an exhibition at the Centro Cultural de Belem, Lisbon. Text in English and Portuguese.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Spaces of Their Own


    • Burkert, Herbert, Luisa Castro, and Enrique Vila-Matas. CANDIDA HOFER: Spaces of Their Own. 208 pages, 112 color plates. 4to, cloth. Munich, Schirmer/Mosel, 2010.
      Published in association with 2 exhibitions in Santiago de Compestela. Text in English.


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    • CANDIDA HOFER

    • CANDIDA HOFER: Weimar


    • Wendermann, Gerda, and Wulf Kirsten (essays). CANDIDA HOFER: Weimar. 104 pp., 39 color plates. 4to, cloth. Munich, Schirmer/Mosel, 2007.



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