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William Wegman : being human
Wegman, William, photographer
San Francisco : Chronicle Books, [2017]
Poeple like us/People we like / William A. Ewing -- Physique -- Masquerade -- Hallucinations -- Vogue -- Cubists -- Zoo -- People like us -- Sit! -- Tales -- Color fields -- Disguise -- Terrain -- Style -- Stay -- People we like -- Nudes -- A conversation / William A. Ewing and William Wegman -- Picture dogs / William Wegman.

"William Wegman's whimsical photographs of his Weimaraner dogs have been celebrated in the art world and enjoyed by pet lovers for nearly four decades. In this entirely new volume, renowned photography curator William A. Ewing presents more than 300 images from the artist's personal archive, unearthing previously unseen gems alongside the iconic images that have made Wegman--along with dressed-up dogs Man Ray, Fay Ray, and others--beloved worldwide. Presented in sixteen thematic chapters, William Wegman: Being Human foregrounds the photographer's penchant for play and his evergreen ability to create images that are at once funny, striking, and surreal. Audiences of all ages will fall in love--for the first time, or all over again--with Wegman and his friends"--
Sherman TR729.D6 W445 2017

Louis Faurer
Faurer, Louis, 1916-2001, photographer
Göttingen, Germany : Steidl, 2016
"This book is the first in fifteen years to present the largely overlooked work of Louis Faurer, who depicted the melancholy streets of New York in the 1940s and '50s, and whom Walter Hopps has described as a 'master of his medium.' Faurer initially worked for fashion magazines such as Harper's Bazaar in New York, but soon focused his eye on the enchanting city itself: 'Everywhere a new discovery awaited me.' Here Faurer made poetic, darkly romantic images of the characters of the street, often the poor and lonely amidst the bustle of Times Square during what he called its 'hypnotic dusk light.' Inspired by Walker Evans, Faurer developed a personal, highly empathetic vision, comparable to that of Robert Frank, with whom he shared a loft and darkroom in his early New York days. Faurer solidified his ironic, brooding aesthetic in the '50s, often employing graphic contrasts, reflections and distortions which show the influence of film noir and deepen his exploration of the psychology of the individual: 'My eyes search for people who are grateful for life, people who forgive and whose doubts have been removed, who understand the truth, whose enduring spirit is bathed by such piercing light as to provide their present and future with hope' "--
Sherman TR647 .F3813 2016

On photography : a philosophical inquiry
Costello, Diarmuid, author
Abingdon, Oxon ; Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
What is photography? Is it a source of knowledge or an art? Many have said the former because it records the world automatically, others the later because it expresses human subjectivity. Can photography be both or must we choose? Written in a clear and engaging style, On Photography is essential reading for anyone interested in the philosophy of photography, aesthetics, art, and visual studies. -- Provided by publisher.
Sherman TR183 .C675 2018

The pioneering photographic work of Hercule Florence
Kossoy, Boris, author
New York : Routledge, [2018]
This book delivers an in-depth analysis of Hercule Florence, who is virtually unknown despite being among the world's photographic pioneers. Based on the texts of various manuscripts, letters, diaries, notes, and advertisements, this book answers numerous questions surrounding Florence's work, including the materials, methods, and techniques he employed and why it took more than a century for his discovery to come to light. Kossoy's groundbreaking research establishes Florence's use of "photographie" to describe the product of his experiments, half a decade before Sir John Herschel recommended "photography" to Henry Fox Talbot. This book aims to change the fact that despite its cultural and historical importance, Florence's photographic breakthrough remains largely unknown in the English-speaking world.
Sherman TR140.F58 K67 2018

One, two, three, more
Levitt, Helen, author
Brooklyn, NY : PowerHouse Books, 2017
"Helen Levitt's earliest pictures are a unique and irreplaceable look at street life in New York City from the mid-1930s to the end of the 1940s. There are children at play, lovers flirting, husbands and wives, young mothers with their babies, women gossiping, and lonely old men. A majority of these photographs have never been published. Other pictures included in this book are now world-famous, now part of the standard history of photography. Together they provide a record of New York not seen since Levitt's pioneering solo show at The Museum of Modern Art in 1943. Levitt's photographs are in some of the best photography collections in America, including: The Met, MoMA, The Smithsonian, Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and the Art Institute of Chicago."--
Sherman TR659.8 .L495 2017

I see a city : Todd Webb's New York
Webb, Todd, photographer
New York, New York ; Thames & Hudson, 2017
A city seen : Todd Webb's postwar New York / Sean Corcoran -- My city, lost and found / Daniel Okrent -- Plates -- Afterword -- Acknowledgments.

"I See a City: Todd Webb's New York focuses on the work of photographer Todd Webb produced in New York City in the 1940s and 1950s. Webb photographed the city day and night, in all seasons and in all weather. Buildings, signage, vehicles, the passing throngs, isolated figures, curious eccentrics, odd corners, windows, doorways, alleyways, squares, avenues, storefronts, uptown, and downtown, from the Brooklyn Bridge to Harlem. The book is a rich portrait of the everyday life and architecture of New York. Webb's work is clear, direct, focused, layered with light and shadow, and captures the soul of these places shaped by the friction and frisson of humanity. A native of Detroit, Webb studied photography in the 1930s under the guidance of Ansel Adams at the Detroit Camera Club, served as a navy photographer during World War II, and then went on to become a successful postwar photographer. His work is in many museum collections, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the National Gallery of Art in Washington. Published on the occasion of the exhibition Todd Webb's New York at the Museum of the City of New York, where Webb had his first solo exhibition in 1946, this book helps restore the reputation and legacy of a forgotten American artist."--Publisher's website.
Sherman TR655 .W392 2017

The house of worth 1858-1954 : the birth of haute couture
Trubert-Tollu, Chantal, author
London : Thames & Hudson 2017
Charles Frederick Worth would go on to build the most prominent, innovative, and successful fashion house of the century. He was inspired by a love of fine art, luxurious fabrics, and his vision of the female ideal, and was the first to set out to dictate new styles and silhouettes to his elite clientele? Not the other way around. He hosted them in his rue de la Paix salons, which included groundbreaking sportswear and maternity departments as well as silk, velvet, and brocade rooms, and a special salon with closed shutters and gas lighting designed to allow clients to try on ball gowns in lighting conditions precisely matched to those of the event at which they would be worn.
Sherman TT505.W6 T7813 2017

Helen Levitt : Manhattan transit
introduction by David Campany ; editors, Marvin Hoshino, Thomas Zander
Köln : Buchhandlung Walther König, 2017
Helen Levitt's pictures haunt like an intimate ghost - ever present, never forceful, curious, receptive. In 1938 Levitt accompanied Walker Evans on a number of trips when he photographed passengers on the New York subway and soon she was taking her own shots. More empathetic and informal with a camera, Levitt's finest photographs came from being present to the world, allowing herself to be seen as a fellow citizen, not as a photographer setting herself apart. The disarming ease of Levitt's pictures builds up, page after page, into an undeniably singular attitude to the medium and the world. It was around 1978 that Levitt made her return to the subway, a full four decades after that first foray. She seems to have picked up exactly where she had left off in 1938, but in general her photography was less restricted, more in keeping with her looser street photographs. By the 1970s, public behaviour on the subway was much less formal, there was "elbow room". This is the most comprehensive publication of Helen Levitt's photographs from the New York subway, many of which are published here for the first time.
Sherman TR654 .L45932 2017

Eternal friendship
Durand, Anouck, 1975- author
New York : Siglio, 2017
Recounts the friendship between propaganda photographers Refik Veseli and Mosha Mandil and how their lives intersected with the foreign relations efforts between Albania and China. Consists primarily of archival photographs from the 1970s with captions in which the author assumes the voice Veseli.
Sherman TR140.V473 D8713 2017

Introduction to logic circuits & logic design with VHDL
LaMeres, Brock J., author
Switzerland : Springer, 2017
On Reserve at Feldberg TK7868.L6 L36 2017

Energy science : principles, technologies, and impacts
Andrews, John author
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2017
An introduction to energy science -- Essentials of thermal, chemical, and fluid energy -- Energy from fossil fuels -- Biomass --Solar thermal and geothermal energy -- Hydropower, tidal power, and wave power -- Wind power -- Photovoltaics -- Nuclear power -- Electricity and energy storage -- Energy demand in buildings, industry, and transport -- Energy and society.
Feldberg TJ163.2 .A54 2017

Edward Weston : portrait of the young man as an artist
Graham Howe, Beth Gates Warren
London, England ; Merrell, 2017
Finding true North in the West / Graham Howe -- A lifetime of seeing / Beth Gates Warren -- Plates.

This book presents Weston's earliest work from a recently discovered family album and compares the artist's naive first artistic efforts with his latest masterworks to show the persistence and evolution of his singular vision to find essential form in the vernacular with an ever-increasing intensity.
Sherman TR647 .W44 2017

言葉の果ての写真家たち : 一九六〇--九〇年代の写真表現 / 高橋義隆
高橋義隆, 1975- author
Tōkyō : Seikyūsha, 2017
Baker Berry Japan TR642 .T346 2017

Automation in garment manufacturing
edited by Rajkishore Nayak, Rajiv Padhye
Duxford : Woodhead Publishing, an imprint of Elsevier, [2018]
Introduction to automation in garment manufacturing -- Automation versus modeling and simulation -- Automation in production of yarns, woven, and knitted fabrics -- Automation in fabric inspection -- Artificial intelligence and its application in the apparel industry -- Automation in spreading and cutting -- Automation in material handling -- Application of robotics in garment manufacturing -- Automation in sewing technology -- 3D body scanning -- Computer-aided design: garment designing and patternmaking -- Advancements in production planning and control -- Use of advanced tools and equipment in industrial engineering -- automation in quality monitoring of fabrics and garment seams -- Recent developments in the garment supply chain.

Automation in Garment Manufacturing provides a systematic and comprehensive insight into the multifaceted process of how technological improvements are transforming all aspects of garment manufacturing, allowing manufacturers to meet the growing demand for greater productivity, efficiency, and flexibility. The first chapter covers the role of automation in design and product development, including color matching, fabric inspection, 3D body scanning, computer-aided design and prototyping. Part II covers automation in garment production, from handling, spreading and cutting, through to finishing and pressing techniques. The final chapters discuss advanced tools for assessing productivity in manufacturing and for logistics and supply-chain management. This book is a key resource for all those engaged in textile and apparel development and production, and is also ideal for academics engaged in research on textile science and technology.
Sherman TS1449 .A87 2018

Androgyne : fashion + gender
Mauriès, Patrick, 1952- author
New York, New York : Thames & Hudson, 2017
Beneath the veil -- 'A length of horsehair twine' -- A body of ivory -- The inverted body -- Opposing anatomies -- Life as a novel -- Civilization and its discontented -- An amphibious creature -- Puer senilis -- The 'Androgynosphinx' -- Amazons -- Flaming creatures -- A certain Mr Fish -- 'Ladies and Gentlemen...and others' -- The latest mode.

In January 2011, Jean Paul Gaultier's haute couture runway show ended with the image of a willowy blonde bride in a diaphanous gown. The bride was a man, and one of the first models to walk for both men's and women's collections. The event marked the start of a trend. "This ad is gender neutral," proclaimed a 2016 poster for the fashion brand Diesel; "I resist definitions," announced a Calvin Klein ad in the same year, while a Louis Vuitton shoot featured Jaden Smith wearing a skirt.The art of Edward Burne-Jones and Gustave Moreau, the writings of Oscar Wilde, and the mystic Josephin Peladan prove that the turn of the previous century was as compelled by androgyny as this one. Patrick Mauries presents a cultural history of androgyny--accompanied by a striking selection of more than 120 images, from nineteenth-century painting to contemporary fashion photography--drawing on the worlds of art and literature to give us a deeper understanding of the strange but timeless human drive to escape from defined categories.
Sherman Oversize TT506 .M38 2017

Receitas da casa das tias
Tolpolar, Miriam, author
Porto Alegre : Libretos, 2016
Baker Berry TX724 .T65 2016

Masumi Hayashi : panoramic photo collages 1976-2006
Hayashi, Masumi, 1945-2006, photographer
Santa Fe, NM : Radius Books, [2017]
Best known for her technique of creating photo collages by suturing together images into a grid format, American photographer Masumi Hayashi (1945?2006) trained her lens on Rust Belt landscapes, EPA Superfund sites, Japanese American internment camps from World War Two and decaying prisons.
Sherman Folio TR685 .H39 2017

How to slay : inspiration from the queens & kings of Black style
White, Constance C. R., author
New York : Rizzoli New York, 2018
Original divas -- Laid -- Ebonics -- Afro-chic -- Bare beauties -- Natural hair & other crowns -- Couples -- Sashay, shanté -- Manology -- American classics.

"One of the few surveys of Black style and fashion ever published, How to Slay offers a lavishly illustrated overview of African American style through the twentieth century, focusing on the last thirty-five years. Through striking images of some of the most celebrated icons of Black style and taste, from Josephine Baker, Michelle Obama, Maya Angelou, and Miles Davis to Rihanna, Naomi Campbell, Kanye West, and Pharrell Williams, this book explores the cultural underpinnings of Black trends that have become so influential in mainstream popular culture and a bedrock of fashion vernacular today. A preponderance of Black musicians, who for decades have inspired trends and transformed global fashion, are featured and discussed, while a diverse array of topics are touched upon and examined--hats, hair, divas, the importance of attitude, the use of color, '60s style, the influence of Africa and the Caribbean, and the beauty of black skin"--Publisher's description.
Sherman TT504.4 .W495 2018

Overlapping coalition formation games in wireless communication networks
Wang, Tianyu (Computer scientist), author
Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
Introduction -- Interference management in heterogenous networks -- Cooperative spectrum sensing in cognitive radio -- Challenges and future works.

This brief introduces overlapping coalition formation games (OCF games), a novel mathematical framework from cooperative game theory that can be used to model, design and analyze cooperative scenarios in future wireless communication networks. The concepts of OCF games are explained, and several algorithmic aspects are studied. In addition, several major application scenarios are discussed. These applications are drawn from a variety of fields that include radio resource allocation in dense wireless networks, cooperative spectrum sensing for cognitive radio networks, and resource management for crowd sourcing. For each application, the use of OCF games is discussed in detail in order to show how this framework can be used to solve relevant wireless networking problems. Overlapping Coalition Formation Games in Wireless Communication Networks provides researchers, students and practitioners with a concise overview of existing works in this emerging area, exploring the relevant fundamental theories, key techniques, and significant applications.
Baker Berry Cook TK5103.2 .W36 2017

Physical metallurgy : principles and design
Haidemenopoulos, Gregory N., author
Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, a CRC title, part of the Taylor & Francis imprint, a member of the Taylor & Francis Group, the academic division of T&F Informa, plc, [2018]
Introduction -- Structure of Metals -- Structural imperfections -- Alloy thermodynamics and phase diagrams -- Diffusion -- Phase transformations -- Plastic deformation and annealing -- Strengthening mechanisms -- Fracture, Fatigue, and creep of metals -- Physical metallurgy of steels -- Alloy design.

Resource added for the Welding program 314421.
Kresge TN690 .H168 2018

A taste of Paris : a history of the Parisian love affair with food
Downie, David, author
New York : St. Martin's Press, 2017
Part one. Aperitif -- A conspiracy of pleasure -- Californian cuisine -- Delicious and sometimes nutritious -- A recipe for culinary seduction -- Part two. For starters: antiquity à la Parisienne, c. 53 BC-c. AD 500 -- Cryptic culture -- 'Tis meat -- Core samples -- Caesar salad -- Figs and foie gras -- Trimalchio's fête -- Waiting for the barbarians -- The leftovers -- Fat, liverish, and winey -- Ham, mustard, and frites -- They've got attitude -- Part three. Entrées, premier service: medieval Renaissance, c. AD 500-c. 1600 -- Dark or light? -- Scallops and abbots -- Tooling up, dining out -- My kingdom for a pig -- Sense and sensibility -- Of geese and gastronomic theme parks -- Serenely seeking Taillevent -- Ancestral hunger -- Heirloom chef -- Cry fowl -- Crowd pleaser -- The roar of Rabelais -- Joie de manger -- New Rome or new Florence? -- Gullet science -- Parachute kerfuffle -- The Medici "myth" -- The party's over -- Filet mignon -- Part four. Entrées, second service: Medici à la Parisienne, early 1600s -- Bourbon Street -- Deserts and desserts -- Relais race -- Blunt is better -- Royal jackrabbits -- A profession of foie -- Pardon my French; did you say Mazzarino? -- Thicker than water -- Part five. Entrées, troisième service: Versailles à la Royale, 1638-1715 -- Versailles detour -- Order in the court! -- Calorie count -- Hot to trot -- Café break -- Blue mouths and green thumbs -- A cabbage is a cabbage is a cabbage -- Delusions of grandeur -- Le goose is cooked! -- Star suicides continued -- Eat like a king -- Part six. Entrées, quatrième service: ancienne nouvelle, 1700s -- Regency style -- On the menu -- Ancienne nouvelle -- Quintessential reading -- Voltaire revolted -- À la Royale à la carte -- The restaurants revolution -- The original see-and-be-seen scene -- Spring back, fall forward -- Part seven. Entremets, cinquième service: regime change, late 1700s-early 1800s -- Monsieur Patate -- Liberty, gluttony, fraternity! -- Pig's trotters, roast chicken, and salty blood -- A tale of two gastronomes -- Alimentary, dear Grimod! -- Sanctifying the Devil -- Something is rotten in Paris -- Savarin cake walk -- The heavyweights -- The pleasure principle -- Part eight. Hors d'oeuvres: dining out, 1800s -- Hauteur cuisine -- Chef à la king -- The holy hog -- The belly of Zola -- Carnal delights -- Nile cruise -- Part nine. Dessert: modern times, mid-1800s-late 1900s -- Grand Boulevardiers -- Potluck -- Bubble, bubble -- Boil, broil, braise, and brew -- The original wine bar -- Bistro à go-go -- Rarefied and reverential -- Prince versus king -- Curnonsky quipster extraordinaire -- Larger than -- Soft-power cuisine -- Part ten. Digestif: neo-retro-post-postmodern nouvelle d'auteur, 1970s-the present -- Passé present -- Decline and fall -- Bonne nouvelle.

Examines the history and geography of Paris to discover what it is about the history of the city that has made it a food lover's paradise.
Baker Berry TX637 .D657 2017

Rabaté, Jean-Michel, 1949- author
New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, 2018
How to live with global rust -- Hegel and Ruskin : dialectics of the organic and inorganic -- Interlude : blood-work, rust work -- Idioms of rust: Rats and jackals, Kafka after Von Hofmannsthal -- Rust aesthetics.
Baker Berry TA418.74 .R324 2018

東京 : 青弓社, 2017
井上雅人, 1974- author
Tōkyō : Seikyūsha, 2017
Baker Berry Japan TT504.6.J3 I56 2017

Gimme shelter
Florian Geiss ; Herausgeber = editor: Nadine Barth ; texte von = words by: F.C. Gundlach, Sebastian Lux, Johannes Finke
Berlin, Deutschland : Hatje Cantz, [2017]
Longing, vulnerability, self-production and desire - all of this resonates with the atmospheric densities of Florian Geiss (* 1969 in Koblenz), a fascinating and at the same time irritating aura. In the photo book Gimme Shelter he staged the search for identity of the protagonists in the tension of the iconic American Way of Life and his own individuality. With their play of light and shadow and reduced, but concise colors, the work combines formal elements of a cineastic advertising aesthetic and the tradition of American color photography. Intimate portraits and expansive landscapes open up space for associations on issues of belonging and unconventionality, life dreams and reality.
Sherman TR655 .G425 2017

Le Gendarme sur la colline
Sanguinetti, Alessandra, photographer,
New York, N.Y. : Aperture, 2017
"In this album, the compelling photographer Alessandra Sanguinetti explores her vision of France, in which old traditions persist even while they fray and shift in relation to contemporary stresses, including multiculturalism. The work presents an intuitive, often lyrical journey that is undercut with a sense of tension about what it means to be French--and to photograph the French--today. Le Gendarme Sur La Colline is the result of a major new commission by Fondation d'entreprise Hermès and Aperture Foundation. Called "Immersion," the program seeks to expand artistic dialogue between France and the US, while investing in creativity, and providing a platform for an important emerging artist to create a major new body of work."--Aperture website viewed on August 17, 2017.
Sherman TR655 .S267 2017

The archaeology of American mining
White, Paul J., author
Gainesville : University Press of Florida, [2017]
American mining in three acts -- Historical archaeologists and American mining -- Roaring camp and company town -- Meeting the miners -- Into the mines -- Mining in memoriam -- Conclusion: Scaling up and out.

Mining was, and remains, a crucial and controversial aspect of America's extracted economies. This monograph explores the various types of mining sites to be found in America. With over 400 years of relevant activity in North America, this overview discusses the broader cultural, social, and economic impacts of this vital industrial development.
Baker Berry TN23 .W55 2017

The matter of photography in the Americas
Brizuela, Natalia, author
Stanford, CA : Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University and Stanford University Press, 2018
Latin American and Latino artists have used photography to engage with modern media landscapes and critique globalized economies since the 1960s. But rarely are these artists considered leaders in discussions about the theory and scholarship of photography or included in conversations about the radical transformations of photography in the digital era. 'The Matter of Photography in the Americas' presents the work of more than eighty artists working in Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, South America, and Latino communities in the United States who all have played key roles in transforming the medium and critiquing its uses. Artists like Alfredo Jaar, Oscar Munoz, Ana Mendieta, and Teresa Margolles highlight photography's ability to move beyond the impulse simply to document the world at large. Instead, their work questions the relationship between representation and visibility. With nearly 200 full-color images, this book brings together drawings, prints, installations, photocopies, and three-dimensional objects in an investigation and critique of the development and artistic function of photography. Essays on key works and artists shed new light on the ways photographs are made and consumed. Pressing at the boundaries of what defines culturally specific, photography-centric artwork, this book looks at how artists from across the Americas work with and through photography as a critical tool.00Exhibition: Cantor Arts Center, Stanford, USA (07.02. - 30.04.2018).
Sherman TR184 .B75 2018

Earth from above
Arthus-Bertrand, Yann, author
New York : Abrams, [2017]
Both low- and high-level aerial photographs document places around the world and form the starting point for discussions of ecology, sustainable development, and the current state of the world.
Sherman Oversize TR810 .A7713 2017

Inadvertent images : a history of photographic apparitions
Geimer, Peter, author
Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2018
History and "prehistory" -- Visibility by destruction/disturbance: incidents of photography -- Case study I: signs of life or "false flames" : Jules Luys and the controversy over "effluviography" -- Case study II: a self-portrait of Christ or the white noise of photography : Paul Vignon and the earliest photograph of the Shroud of Turin -- Visible/invisible : critique of a dichotomy -- The "optical unconscious" of photography.

As an artistic medium, photography is uniquely subject to accidents, or disruptions, that can occur in the making of an artwork. Though rarely considered seriously, those accidents can offer fascinating insights about the nature of the medium and how it works. Peter Geimer explores all kinds of photographic irritation from throughout the history of the medium, as well as accidental images that occur through photo-like means, such as the image of Christ on the Shroud of Turin, brought into high resolution through photography. Geimer's investigations complement the history of photographic images by cataloging a corresponding history of their symptoms, their precarious visibility, and the disruptions threatened by image noise. Interwoven with the familiar history of photography is a secret history of photographic artifacts, spots, and hazes that historians have typically dismissed as 'spurious phenomena', 'parasites', or 'enemies of the photographer'. With such photographs, it is virtually impossible to tell where a 'picture' has been disrupted--where the representation ends and the image noise begins.
Sherman TR183 .G4513 2018

Harlan, Susan, author
New York : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Inc, 2018
Luggage and secrets -- The language of luggage -- Packing -- My luggage -- Lost luggage: Alabama's unclaimed baggage center.

"Object Lessons is a series of short, beautifully designed books about the hidden lives of ordinary things. You can't think about travel without thinking about luggage. And baggage has baggage. Susan Harlan's Luggage takes readers on a journey with the suitcases that support, accessorize, and tour with our globalized lives. The materials of travel--the suitcases, carry-on bags, totes, trunks, and train cases of the past and present--tell stories about displacement, home, gender, class, consumption, and labor. Luggage shapes travel, and the way it has shaped travel has changed over time. This book is an inquiry into bags as carefully curated microcosms of our domestic and professional lives. A suitcase contains more than you might think. Object Lessons is published in partnership with an essay series in The Atlantic."--
Baker Berry TS2301.L8 H37 2018

Teenage lust
Clark, Larry, 1943- photographer
New York : [Larry Clark], [1983]
Sherman Special TR467 .C62 1983

The post-photographic condition : Le Mois de la Photo a Montreal, international biennial of the contemporary image
edited by Joan Fontcuberta ; translators, Don Pistolesi and three others
Bielefeld, Germany : Kerber, [2015]
Sherman TR646.C22 M66 2015