FRIEDLANDER, L: Children: The Human Clay

Friedlander, Lee. Children: The Human Clay. Yale University Art Gallery, 2015. Factory sealed.Like New. Hardcover. (#30746) $46.00

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More than 300 photographs are presented in two sections. The first features images of children that the artist has known: being bathed or fed, laughing or crying with family members, posing with pets or mugging for the camera. The second section presents works from Friedlander’s years of photographing people on the street: children in parades, sitting in cars, reflected in storefront windows.

Noteworthy photographs include a pair of small girls holding a rattlesnake; a boy with a large frog and a small trophy; and a pair of small girls dressed like Queen Elizabeth considering Allen Ginsberg meditating in Central Park.

Measures 11×9.75. 203 duotone illustrations. 214p.

NIGHTINGALE, CH: Segregation: A Global History of Divided Cities

Nightingale, Carl H. Segregation: A Global History of Divided Cities (Historical Studies of Urban America). University of Chicago Press, 2012. ISBN: 9780226580746. Unmarked text. Like New in very good dust jacket. Hardcover. (#30738) $24.00

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This global perspective adds to our understanding of how cities became and are sites of segregation and exclusion since the 18th century. Extends from urban Africa and Asia to the cities of the Americas and Europe, linking themes such as empire, migration and racialization to his analysis of place and space. Cities include Johannesburg, Calcutta, Chicago, and others.

Measures 6×9 inches. 536p. 42 halftones.

PIER 24 PHOTOGRAPHY: A Sense of Place (July 1, 2013 — May 1, 2014)

A Sense of Place (July 1, 2013 — May 1, 2014) San Francisco: Pier 24 Photography, 2013. ISBN: 9780983991731. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#30712) $45.00

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Beautifully illustrated in color. Catalog for July 1, 2013 — May 1, 2014 exhibition. 100p. Over 50 photographers and 400 works.

Artists include Richard Learoyd, Jose Manuel Fors, John Chiara, Andreas Gursky, Richard Misrach, Doug Aitken, Robert Adams, Uta Barth Stephen Shore, Wolfgang Tillmans, Jeff Wall, and others. Includes layout plan of the exhibition.