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    • CINDY SHERMAN

    • CINDY SHERMAN


    • Durand, Regis, Jean-Pierre Criqui, and Laura Mulvey. CINDY SHERMAN. 320 pp., hundreds of color and b&w illustrations. 4to, boards. Paris. Flammarion and Jeu de Paume, 2006.
      Published to accompany a travelling exhibition. Text in English.


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    • CINDY SHERMAN

    • CINDY SHERMAN


    • Respini, Eva, with Johanna Burton and John Waters. CINDY SHERMAN. 264 pages, including 153 color and 102 b&w illustrations. 4to, cloth. New York, The Museum of Modern Art, 2012.
      Exhibition in New York, San Francisco, Minneapolis, and Dallas.


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    • CINDY SHERMAN

    • CINDY SHERMAN: Clowns


    • Schluter, Maik (essay) and Isabelle Graw (artist interview). CINDY SHERMAN: Clowns. 64 pages, including 19 color plates. 4to, cloth. Munich, Schirmer Mosel, in association with Hannover, Kestnergesellschaft, 2012.
      Originally published to accompany a 2004 exhibition in Hannover. Text in German and English.


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    • CINDY SHERMAN

    • A Play of Selves (CINDY SHERMAN)


    • SHERMAN, CINDY. A Play of Selves. 128 pp., roughly 80 b&w illustrations. 8vo, boards. Ostfildern, Hatje Cantz, in collaboration with New York, Metro Pictures, and Cologne/Munich/London, Spruth Magers, 2007.
      Before Sherman shot her Untitled Film Stills series, she created A Play of Selves: a visual story of a young woman overwhelmed by various alter egos that compete inside of her. Published here for the first time, these photographs include hundreds of shots of the artist costumed as various characters.
      Text in English and German.


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    • CINDY SHERMAN

    • CINDY SHERMAN. The Complete Untitled Film Stills


    • Sherman, Cindy. CINDY SHERMAN. The Complete Untitled Film Stills . 164 pp., 70 b&w plates, 6 b&w figures. 4to, cloth. New York, Museum of Modern Art, 2003.
      This series of 69 black-and-white photographs, created between 1977 and 1980, is a lively and original catalogue of clichéd female stereotypes inspired by the movies. Photographing herself in various roles (chic starlet at home, haughty socialite) she explores the dictates of popular culture and postwar ideals of femininity. [In organizing materials for the book Cindy Sherman and MoMA curator Peter Galassi discovered 1 film still in the artist's archives that had never been published. This photograph has been purchased by MOMA to complete their set and added to the book for a total of 70 images, and the first COMPLETE record of the series].


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    • CINDY SHERMAN

    • CINDY SHERMAN


    • Stocchi, Francesco. CINDY SHERMAN. 108 pp., illustrated throughout in color and b&w. 8vo, wraps. Milan, Electa, 2007.
      Cindy Sherman's eclectic and ambiguous photographs have cemented her reputation as one of the most interesting and respected photographers of the late-twentieth century. This compact retrospective looks at key works produced over the course of her career.


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    • STEPHEN SHORE

    • STEPHEN SHORE: Uncommon Places 50 Unpublished Photographs 1973-1978


    • Badger, Gerry and Stephen Shore. STEPHEN SHORE: Uncommon Places 50 Unpublished Photographs 1973-1978. 136 pp., 50 color plates. Oblong 4to, boards. Dusseldorf, Verlag der Galerie Conrads and Paris, Edition Mennour, 2002.
      This publication includes works not published in the Aperture's "Complete" edition.


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    • STEPHEN SHORE

    • STEPHEN SHORE: Survey


    • Daho, Marta et al. STEPHEN SHORE: Survey. 320 pages, including c. 250 color plates. 4to, cloth. New York, Aperture, 2014.


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    • STEPHEN SHORE

    • STEPHEN SHORE


    • Lange, Christy, Michael Fried, and Joel Sternfeld. STEPHEN SHORE. 160 pp., roughly 80 color and 40 b&w plates. 4to, wraps. London and New York, Phaidon Press, 2007.
      Shore, one of the first art photographers to work in color, is the focus of this new monograph. It covers his career from his days in Warhol's factory to his experimental, conceptual work and his landmark series American Surfaces.


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    • STEPHEN SHORE

    • A Road Trip Journal (STEPHEN SHORE)


    • SHORE, STEPHEN. A Road Trip Journal. 296 pages, hundreds of color illustrations. 4to, leather, in slipcase. London and New York, Phaidon Press, 2008.
      Limited edition (3,300 copies, plus 100 artists's proofs) facsimile edition of the journal Stephen Shore made during his road trip across American in 1973.
      Includes a section showing every photograph he took while travelling, bringing the entire body of work together for the first time, including outtakes and unpublished photographs.


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    • ZUBIN SHROFF

    • The Cosmopolitans: Photographs by ZUBIN SHROFF


    • Shohat, Ella and Robert Stam (introduction). The Cosmopolitans: Photographs by ZUBIN SHROFF. Unpaginated, roughly 75 color plates. 4to, boards. Rotterdam, Veenman Publishers, 2007.


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    • JULIUS SHULMAN

    • JULIUS SHULMAN: Chicago Mid-Century Modernism


    • Gand, Gary (text) and Stanley Tigerman (postscript). JULIUS SHULMAN: Chicago Mid-Century Modernism. 208 pages, roughly 120 color and 40 b&w plates. Oblong 4to, boards. New York, Rizzoli, 2010.


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    • JULIUS SHULMAN

    • JULIUS SHULMAN. Vest Pocket Pictures


    • Krull, Craig, David Tseklenis and Julius Shulman (texts). JULIUS SHULMAN. Vest Pocket Pictures. 72 pp., roughly 60 b&w plates. 8vo, cloth. Portland, Nazraeli Press/JGS, 2006.
      Limited to 1,000 coipies.


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    • MALICK SIDIBE

    • MALICK SIDIBE: Chemises


    • Sother, Jerome (text). MALICK SIDIBE: Chemises. Unpaginated facsinlile folders, hundreds of b&w plates. 4to, wraps. Gottingen, Steidl, 2007.
      Exhibition in Amsterdam and Chalon-sur-Saone. Text in French and English.


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    • KATHARINA SIEVERDING

    • KATHARINA SIEVERDING: Close-Ups


    • Biesenbach, Klaus (editor) et al.. KATHARINA SIEVERDING: Close-Ups. 548 pp., roughly 400 color and 100 b&w plates. 4to, wraps. Berlin, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, in association with Long Island City, PS1 Contemporary Art Center, 2005.


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    • CAMILLE SILVY

    • CAMILLE SILVY: River Scene, France.


    • Haworth-Booth, Mark. CAMILLE SILVY: River Scene, France. 119 pp. include 50 figures, many in color. Small 4to, wraps. Malibu, Getty Trust, 1992.


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    • LAURIE SIMMONS

    • LAURIE SIMMONS: Photographs 1978/79


    • Schorr, Collier (text). LAURIE SIMMONS: Photographs 1978/79. 80 pp., roughly 50 color plates. 8vo, cloth. New York, Skarstedt Fine Art, 2002.


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    • LAURIE SIMMONS

    • In and Around the House. Photographs 1976-1979


    • Simmons, Laurie. LAURIE SIMMONS: In and Around the House. Photographs 1976-1979. 95pp. Illustrated with 57 full page photographs. Oblong 8vo, Puublisher's cloth with photograph mounted on the front cover. New York, Carolina Nitsch Editions and Hatje Cantz, 2003.


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    • LAURIE SIMMONS

    • LAURIE SIMMONS: Color Coordinated Interiors 1983


    • Welling, James (interview). LAURIE SIMMONS: Color Coordinated Interiors 1983. Unpaginated, 21 color plates. 4to, boards. New York, Skarstedt Fine Art - Sperone Westwater, 2007.



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