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BERNATZIK. South Pacific

BERNATZIK. South Pacific




Pacific, oude fotografie

CONRU,K. & COLEMAN, A.D., BERNATZIK. South Pacific, Milaan 2002. Hardcover 25 x 30,5 cm. 250 pag. met 150 zwart-wit foto's.

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Hugo A. Bernatzik travelled for over a year, between 1932 and 1933, to the Solomon IslandsNew Guinea and Bali. His lively and fascinating account of the trip and his observations on myths, customs and traditions of the people he encountered were published as a book: Südsee: Travels in the South Seas, soon after translated into English (1935). 
A large and careful selection of the best photographs, reproduced here in duotone and in large format, has been made for South Pacific . Bernatzik's images are always informative.The photographs depict fascinating actions such as the turtle hunt in the Solomon Islands reef or seafaring on an oroum, a Papuan double canoe. Everyday life in villages and the habits proper to each particular group come to life in the photographs. Finally, a series of portraits gives us an idea of the adornments worn by the people of the South Seas. 


€ 45.00



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Bilder aus der deutschen Südsee. Fotografien 1884-1914

Bilder aus der deutschen Südsee. Fotografien 1884-1914




Pacific, oude fotografie

HIERY, H.J., Bilder aus der deutschen Südsee. Fotografien 1884-1914., Paderborn 2005. Hard cover 24,5 x 17,5 cm. 277 pag. met 546 foto’s.


€ 59.50



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Ethnics and Trade: Photography and the Colonial Exhibitions

Ethnics and Trade: Photography and the Colonial Exhibitions




Pacific, Afrika, etnografie

DUJARDIN, L. , Ethnics and Trade: Photography and the Colonial Exhibitions in Amsterdam, Antwerp and Brussels, Amsterdam 2007. Volume 2 Rijksmuseum Studies in Photography. Hard cover 21 x 26, 5 cm. 62 pag. met 52 photo's.

Volume 2 Rijksmuseum Studies in Photography

In the 19th century photography recorded the non-western cultures. In 1883 a colonial exhibition was organised in Amsterdam, devoted to indigenous peoples and their crops, produce and trades. In this book Laetitia Dujardin explains the backgrounds of this exhibition (and similar exhibitions in Belgium), the views on and attitudes towards non-western cultures and the role of photography in colonial politics.

  • Colonialism and exotic vision: the origin of image production
  • Market demands as reflected in the colonial exhibition in Amsterdam
  • The Belgian case: expansionist policy and its impact on the perception of colonized peoples
  • Conclusion: the photographer as promoter of colonial imperatives


€ 24.50



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In 80.000 Ansichten um die Welt

In 80.000 Ansichten um die Welt




Oude fotografie: wereld,

KÖLNER MUSEUMS-BULLETIN 

2/2002 pag. 32-45: ROHDE-ENSLIN, S., In 80.000 Ansichten um die Welt. Der photographische Nacghlass von Hans Helfritz im Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum - Sichtung, Katalogisierung, Digitalisierung.


€ 15.00



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Paul-Emile Miot 1827-1900. Un marin photographe

Paul-Emile Miot 1827-1900. Un marin photographe




Pacific, Peru, oude fotografie

CHOMETTE, M. & RICHARD, P.M., Paul-Emile Miot 1827-1900. Un marin photographe. Early travel photography., Parijs 1995. Cahier 21 x 27 cm. with four pamflets as inserts. Text in French and English.
1. Biography(6-page pamflet with 2 photo's.)
2. La croisiere de l'Astree(4-page pamflet with travel plan)
3. I - Terre-Neuve 1857-1859(10-page pamflet with 17 photo's)
4. II- Amerique du Sud 1868-1870 // III - Oceanie 1869-1870 // Senegal(photography by Felix Auguste Leclerc    1838-1896(14-page pamflet with 23 photo's[5 Peru, 13 Pacific, 5 Senegal] 


€ 37.50



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Picture Paradise  Asia-Pacific photographs 1840s-1940s

Picture Paradise Asia-Pacific photographs 1840s-1940s




Pacific, oude fotografie

NEWTON, G., Picture Paradise Asia-Pacific photographs 1840s-1940s, Canberra 2008. Softcover 22 x 27 cm. 88 pag. met 80 foto's. Exhibition catalogue.
"This is the first exhibition to survey the history of photography of our region – from India and Sri Lanka, Southeast and East Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands to the west coast of North America. It features pioneer local photographers as well as Europeans working in the region. The exhibition reveals the rich heritage and the many outstanding achievements of the first century of photography in the Asia–Pacific region. This significant gathering of over four hundred original photographs and albums includes gem-like daguerreotype portraits, mass-produced views and portraits on paper made possible by the revolutionary wet-plate and dry-plate glass negative-positive process, and prints from the modern era of small format film cameras and photojournalism.Picture Paradise presents works from seventeen public and private collections in Australia, Europe, New Zealand and the United States of America, many never previously loaned or exhibited. The majority of these works are from the National Gallery of Australia’s extensive photography collection and include the rarely seen nearly ten-metre-long Holtermann panorama of Sydney Harbour from 1875."


€ 39.95



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Sur les traces de Paul-Emile Miot. Etudes analytique

Sur les traces de Paul-Emile Miot. Etudes analytique




Pacific, oude fotografie

RICHARD, P.M., Sur les traces de Paul-Emile Miot. Etudes analytique et comperative, Parijs 1995. Pamflet 19 x 25,5 cm 14 pag. Very technical research on Miot's photographs


€ 29.95



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The invention of Paradise Photographs by P.Miot 1845/70

The invention of Paradise Photographs by P.Miot 1845/70




Pacific, oude fotografie

PICASSO,S, Photographs by Paul-Émile Miot. The invention of Paradise 1845-1870, München 2008. Hard cover 25 x 30 cm. 161 pag. with 55 full-page photo's and panorama's and 20 full-page drawings by C.C.Antique (1845/46) and C.Shipley(1846/48).

CONTENT:
Photographs from the 1869-1870 Polynesian excursion [Tahiti and the Marquesas Islands] of the French Navy Commander, Paul-Émile Miot (1827-1900). 
When the French Navy Commander Paul-Émile Miot was sent to Oceania on the Astrée in 1869, he took his camera equipment along, as he had on his previous expeditions including the one to Newfoundland. 
The photographs taken on the Polynesian journey and published for the first time in this illustrated volume are unique, not only because they are the first photographic record of the South Sea people.
Miot took extraordinary care with the composition of his views and the staging of his portraits. In his pictures he seems to have wanted to capture a paradise as the Western world of the 19th century liked to imagine it.


€ 60.00



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