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Inhaltsangabe: One of the most intriguing and little studied forms of nineteenth-century photography is the tintype. Introduced in 1856 as a low-cost alternative to the daguerreotype and the albumen print, the tintype was widely marketed from the 1860s through the first decades of the twentieth century as the most popular photographic medium. The picture-making preference of the people, it was almost never used for celebrity portraiture: It was affordable, portable, unique and available almost everywhere. Because of its ubiquity, the tintype provides a startlingly candid record of the political upheavals that rocked the four decades following the American Civil War-and the personal anxieties they induced. As this book's author, Steven Kasher, argues, the tintype studio became a kind of performance space in which sitters could act out their personal identities. Sitters brought to the tintype studio not just their family and friends but also the tools of their trade, costumes, toys, stuffed animals and other such props. Often they would enact stereotypes and fantasies that reflected or challenged conventional gender, race and class roles. Surprisingly, the tintype was almost exclusively an American phenomenon, rarely used in other countries, and this book demonstrates how this modest form of photography provides extraordinary insight into the development of national attitudes and characteristics in the formative years of the early Modern era. Featured in this book are more than 200 remarkable examples of tintypes, mostly drawn from the Permanent Collection of the International Center of Photography in New York.
Steven Kasher is a gallery owner, writer, curator and publisher. His gallery specializes in (but is not limited to) social, historical and art photography from the 1950s through the 1980s. He is the author of Abbeville's The Civil Rights Movement: A Photographic History, 1954-68 (1996) and has curated exhibitions about the Movement for more than 20 institutions worldwide. Over the past four years, he has made numerous critically acclaimed books with Steidl, among them Mike Disfarmer: Original Disfarmer Photographs (2005), Least Wanted: A Century of American Mugshots (2006), A Maysles Scrapbook: Photographs/Cinemagraphs/Documents (2007) and Chauncey Hare: Protest Photographs (2008).

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Buchbeschreibung Steidl Verlag, 2008. Buchzustand: D'occasion - Très bon état. Buchnummer des Verkäufers U5-ZVEM-6UV1

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Buchbeschreibung Das aufwändig gedruckte Buch beschäftigt sich mit einer frühen Erscheinungsform der noch jungen Fotografie, der Ferrotypie (auch Tintypie, Melanotypie oder Blechfotografie bezeichnet). Sie ist ein fotografisches Direktpositiv-Verfahren, das zwischen 1855 und den 1930er Jahren verwendet wurde und ausschließlich Unikate hervorbringt. Preiswerter als die Daguerrotypie wurde es zum populären Medium für die breite Öffentlichkeit und war weit davon entfernt, allein der »ernsthaften« Portraitfotografie zu dienen. Anhand der zahllosen Reproduktionen dieses Bandes kann der Leser den privaten und familiären Rahmen der Ferrotypie nachvollziehen - sind doch die Abgelichteten vielfach ausstaffiert mit alltäglichen Gegenständen wie Spielzeug, Masken, Kostüme etc. Auf diese Weise erzählt uns dieses Buch natürlich viel mehr: nämlich ein Stück (Sozial-) Geschichte! (Text engl., Steidl) 18 x 23 cm, 272 Seiten, 200 Farbtafeln, geb. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 524018

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Buchbeschreibung Gottingen : Steidl ; London : Thames & Hudson [distributor], 2008. Quality Book Club Edition. An exceptional copy; bound in colour-printed boards. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. Literally as new and still in the publisher's protective shrink-wrap.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 267 pages; Physical desc. : 267 p. : chiefly ill. ; 26 cm. Subject: Tintype - Portrait photography - United States - Exhibitions / History. Contents: The art of business / Geoffrey Batchen -- American tintype portraits and the decline of Victorian middle-class propriety / Karen Halttunen -- Democratic visages : the tintype and America / Steven Kasher. Published in conjunction with the exhibition America and the tintype, organized by Steven Kasher and Brian Wallis for the International Center of Photography, New York, Sept. 19-Jan. 4, 2009. Summary: One of the most intriguing and little studied forms of nineteenth-century photography is the tintype. Introduced in 1856 as a low-cost alternative to the daguerreotype and the albumen print, the tintype was widely marketed from the 1860s through the first decades of the twentieth century as the most popular photographic medium. The picture-making preference of the people, it was almost never used for celebrity portraiture: It was affordable, portable, unique and available almost everywhere. Because of its ubiquity, the tintype provides a startlingly candid record of the political upheavals that rocked the four decades following the American Civil War-and the personal anxieties they induced. As this book's author, Steven Kasher, argues, the tintype studio became a kind of performance space in which sitters could act out their personal identities. Sitters brought to the tintype studio not just their family and friends but also the tools of their trade, costumes, toys, stuffed animals and other such props. Often they would enact stereotypes and fantasies that reflected or challenged conventional gender, race and class roles. Surprisingly, the tintype was almost exclusively an American phenomenon, rarely used in other countries, and this book demonstrates how this modest form of photography provides extraordinary insight into the development of national attitudes and characteristics in the formative years of the early Modern era. 1 Kg. 267 pp. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 183228

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Buchbeschreibung Gottingen : Steidl ; London : Thames & Hudson [distributor], 2008. Quality Book Club Edition. An exceptional copy; bound in colour-printed boards. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. Literally as new and still in the publisher's protective shrink-wrap.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 267 pages; Physical desc. : 267 p. : chiefly ill. ; 26 cm. Subject: Tintype - Portrait photography - United States - Exhibitions / History. Contents: The art of business / Geoffrey Batchen -- American tintype portraits and the decline of Victorian middle-class propriety / Karen Halttunen -- Democratic visages : the tintype and America / Steven Kasher. Published in conjunction with the exhibition America and the tintype, organized by Steven Kasher and Brian Wallis for the International Center of Photography, New York, Sept. 19-Jan. 4, 2009. Summary: One of the most intriguing and little studied forms of nineteenth-century photography is the tintype. Introduced in 1856 as a low-cost alternative to the daguerreotype and the albumen print, the tintype was widely marketed from the 1860s through the first decades of the twentieth century as the most popular photographic medium. The picture-making preference of the people, it was almost never used for celebrity portraiture: It was affordable, portable, unique and available almost everywhere. Because of its ubiquity, the tintype provides a startlingly candid record of the political upheavals that rocked the four decades following the American Civil War-and the personal anxieties they induced. As this book's author, Steven Kasher, argues, the tintype studio became a kind of performance space in which sitters could act out their personal identities. Sitters brought to the tintype studio not just their family and friends but also the tools of their trade, costumes, toys, stuffed animals and other such props. Often they would enact stereotypes and fantasies that reflected or challenged conventional gender, race and class roles. Surprisingly, the tintype was almost exclusively an American phenomenon, rarely used in other countries, and this book demonstrates how this modest form of photography provides extraordinary insight into the development of national attitudes and characteristics in the formative years of the early Modern era. 1 Kg. 267 pp. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 183228

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Buchbeschreibung STEIDL, New York, 2008. Cloth. Buchzustand: NEW. Zustand des Schutzumschlags: NEW. Various Contributors (illustrator). 1st. Edition - 1st. Printing.. 1st.Edition, 1st.Printing 2008 , Cloth hardcover in the dust jacket, 267 page book with with more the 200 black & white photo illustrations. Condition : NEW Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 100112-B

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