Marc Riboud | Monograph

The keys for understanding the work of Marc Riboud with an accessible and chronological text and more than 50 high quality reproductions.

From {{ lowestprice.price.display }} {{ lowestprice.price.title }}
{{ lowestprice.price_strike.display }}
{{ lowestprice.price_other.display }} {{ lowestprice.price_other.title }}
{{ selectedVariant.price.display }} {{ selectedVariant.price.title }}
{{ selectedVariant.price_strike.display }}
{{ selectedVariant.price_other.display }} {{ selectedVariant.price_other.title }}
Out of stock
Export sales do not include VAT.
Sold by Centre Pompidou (Livres et produits dérivés) Event
Qu'est-ce que la photographie ?
Artist
Marc Riboud
Topics
Fine arts
Photography

Description

Greatly illustrated, this book presents Marc Riboud's best photographs: from the « Eiffel Tower painters » to his war photo-reportages about Congo or Vietnam.
For the first time, a monograph that explores the work of the photographer in its entirety. The book presents a series of essays helping the general reader discover the world of one of the greatest artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, based on a rich selection of his most iconic works.

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Quentin Bajac
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
18,5 cm x 18,5 cm x 8 mm
Publication year
2013
Number of pages
96
Number of illustrations
55
EAN
9782844266057

You may also like