FLOW’s Book du Jour: William Eggleston | William Eggleston’s Guide

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William Eggleston’s Guide was the first solo exhibition of colour photographers displayed at The Museum of Modern Art, New York. This book, published on the occasion of the exhibition, is presented here in it’s first edition from 1976 in excellent condition, with the exception of … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Campo de Juego | Alberto Franco Diaz

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“Campo de Juego” was shot in La Hoz del Rio Dulce forest in Guadalajara (Spain). This area was the set of a documentary series of Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente titled “Fauna Ibérica” broadcasted by Spanish public television in the … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Gordon Parks | The Flavio Story

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This book explores a once-popular picture story by Gordon Parks and the extraordinary chain of events it prompted. Published in Life magazine in June 1961 as “Poverty: Freedom’s Fearful Foe,” this empathetic photo-essay profiled the da Silva family, living in a hillside … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Jamie Hawkesworth | Preston Bus Station

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“It was while living in Preston in 2010 that the city’s imposing Brutalist bus station, built by Ove Arup and Partners in 1969, first caught Hawkesworth’s eye” “I did a project with Adam Murray, an ex-tutor of mine, where we spent the weekend at the … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Emmanuelle Andrianjafy | Nothing’s in Vain

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Winner of the First Book Award 2017. In 2011, Malagasy photographer Emmanuelle Andrianjafy arrived in the port city of Dakar, situated on the westernmost African coast, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Nothing’s in Vain is Adrianjafy’s response to the experience of uprooting to … Continued

FLOW’s Book du Jour: Charles White | Black Pope

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The Chicago-born artist Charles White (1918–79) was celebrated during his lifetime for depictions of African-American men, women and children that acquired the name “images of dignity. White’s draftsmanship, his direct address of the social and political concerns of his time, … Continued

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