¡ Mirar !
¡ Mirar !
¡Mirar! es una introducción maravillosa a la fotografía que plantea de qué modo los fotógrafos transforman las cosas corrientes en momentos significativos. En este libro, Joel Meyerowitz, fotógrafo aclamado y querido, guía a los lectores en un viaje a través del poder y la magia de la fotografía: su capacidad de congelar el tiempo, de contar una historia, de combinar varios niveles en un único encuadre y de registrar esos momentos de la vida fugaces y hermosos.
El libro muestra la obra de maestros como William Eggleston, Mary Ellen Mark, Helen Levitt o Walker Evans, y anima a los lectores a observar con detenimiento y a descubrir las cosas maravillosas que nos rodean cuando las vemos a través del objetivo.
21,5 x 29 cm.
Aimed at children between the ages of nine and twelve, Seeing Things is a wonderful introduction to photography that asks how photographers transform ordinary things into meaningful moments. In this book, acclaimed and beloved photographer Joel Meyerowitz takes readers on a journey through the power and magic of photography: its abilities to freeze time, tell a story, combine several layers into one frame, and record life’s fleeting and beautiful moments. The book features the work of masters such as William Eggleston, Mary Ellen Mark, Helen Levitt, and Walker Evans, among many others. Each picture is accompanied by a short commentary, encouraging readers to look closely and use their imagination to understand key ideas in photography such as light, gesture, composition—and, ultimately, how there is wonder all around us when viewed through the lens.
Joel Meyerowitz (born in New York, 1938) is an award-winning photographer whose work has appeared in over 350 exhibitions in museums and galleries around the world. He is a two-time Guggenheim Fellow, a recipient of both National Endowment for the Arts and National Endowment for the Humanities awards, and a recipient of the Deutscher Fotobuchpreis. He has published over fifteen books and lives in New York. “Sometimes in a brief moment, you see something beautiful where you didn’t expect it.” —Joel Meyerowitz