|Other titles||Among photographers :|
|Statement||[concept: Koos Breukel ; editor, Wim van Sinderen ; design, Sabine Verschueren ; translation, Donald Mader, Rowan Hewison].|
|Contributions||Sinderen, Wim van., Verschueren, Sabine, Mader, Donald., Hewison, Rowan, Fotomuseum Den Haag.|
|LC Classifications||TR646.N4 B74 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||200 p. :|
|Number of Pages||200|
|LC Control Number||2008400608|
Award-winning Dutch portrait photographer Koos Breukel (Den Haag, ), examines in this exhibition catalogue the \Dutch Identity\ today. In `Being Dutch`, he portrays those of all walks of life; from homeless beggars to the rich and powerful. Amsterdam: Basalt & Van Zoetendaal Collections, Limited Edition, SIGNED, number 38 of 75 signed copies with silver gelatin print. Quarto. SIGNED three times; colophon, verso of print also dated , and exterior of box. Book and print both numbered 38/ Thirty black and white portraits of people, each of whom has suffered some form of injury as a reult of setbacks in their : Koos Breukel. Koos Breukel’s studio differs very little from the traditional photographic studios that have sprung up throughout the world during the past years of photography. His studio is a confined space containing a wooden, large format camera on a tripod, and a plain background sheet. © Artibooks Artibooks is a project of YPublishers B.V. KvK-number: Lindengra KB Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
'Among Photographers' features 55 portraits of internationally well known photographers by Koos Breukel and also includes a major work by each of them. Works by: Richard Avedon, Robert Frank, Gerard Fieret, Ed van der Elsken, Ata Kandó, and many more. Edited by Marietta de Vries, Koos Breukel. Text by Wim van Sinderen. This slightly oversized volume is composed of 55 powerful black-and-white portraits by the Dutch photographer Koos Breukel, all of internationally renowned photographers like Richard Avedon, Robert Frank and Rineke Dijkstra--alongside a major work, in color or black-and-white. Koos Breukel – Me We The chief difficulty facing panel members when Me We appeared on the table was not allowing themselves to be caught up with the superb photographs that make up the book. Koos Breukel (The Hague, ) studied at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague from to, after which he began working as a freelance photographer based in Amsterdam. He specialized in portrait photography and his work was soon being published in magazines and newspapers in the Netherlands.
Each Photo its own Truth Tí Koos Breukel & Roy Villevoye Photography Koos Breukel & Roy Villevoye - Tí The Asmat in the Indonesian part of New Guinea (previously Dutch New Guinea) is a largely impassable mangrove swamp, roughly the same size as The Netherlands. Koos Breukel’s studio differs very little from the traditional photographic studios that have sprung up throughout the world during the past years of photography. His studio is a confined space containing a large format camera on a tripod, and a plain background sheet. Koos Breukel The Wretched skin (DEDICATED) Photographs: Koos Breukel. Text: Michael Matthews. Publisher: De Verbeelding. 80 pages. Year: Comments: Softcover, x mm. First edition, Text in English and in Dutch. Minor edgewear. In very good condition. Dedicated by the photographer with a thumb print to the owner (a famous book. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Koos Breukel; Elisabeth Nora; Jean-Luc Monterosso; Martyn Black; et al. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Teksten in het Engels en Frans. Uitg. ter begeleiding van de gelijknamige tentoonstelling in Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Parijs van 7.