Written in English
|Statement||edited by Agnès Sire ; text by Gonzalo Leiva Quijada|
|Contributions||Sire, Agnès, editor, Leiva Quijada, Gonzalo, writer of added text|
|LC Classifications||TR647 .L3675 2013, TR820.5 .L37 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||2013936825|
Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Sergio Larrain books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Sergio Larrain (–, born in Valparaiso, Chile) grew up in Chile, but left at age eighteen to study at the University of California, Berkeley. Upon his return he began taking photographs in the streets of Santiago and Valparaiso; the early purchase of two images by the Museum of Modern Art, New York, reassured him in his chosen profession. Sergio Larrain only published four books of his work during his lifetime, and a complete monograph of his work has never been put together. It was his choice, but this book fills that gap. Created with the full agreement of his family, it is edited by Agnès Sire, who after keeping up a long correspondence with the photographer, has worked with. Sergio Larrain published only four books in his lifetime, and Valparaíso () is the most impactful of them all. He began photographing the famous Chilean port in the s but it was not until that he spent more time there, this time in the company of the poet Pablo Neruda.
Selected as one of the Best Books of by Todd Hido, Martin Parr, John Gossage, Alec Soth. Winner of the Kraszna-Krausz Photography Book Award. A notoriously reclusive artist, Sergio Larrain has nonetheless become a touchstone for those who have come to know and love his work, including authors Roberto Bolaño and Julio Cortázar. Sergio Larrain (–) published very few books during his lifetime, but perhaps the most fêted among them was photographed this Chilean seaport throughout his career, but it was in the early s, when he returned to his homeland after travelling the world as a Magnum photographer, that it became a focus for his attention. Sergio Larraín, Chilean photographer (born Nov. 5, , Santiago, Chile—died Feb. 7, , Tulahuén, Chile), documented street life in Santiago, notably with intense images of children living on the banks of the Mapocho River, and captured the zeitgeist of London with his series of photos during the late s. After studying music and forestry in the U.S., he traveled throughout Europe. Sergio Larrain was born in in Santiago de Chile. He studied music before taking up photography in , from which year until he studied forestry at the University of California at Berkeley.
A notoriously reclusive artist, Sergio Larrain () has nonetheless become a touchstone for those who have come to know and love his work, including authors Roberto Bolaño and Julio Cortázar. Celebrated by Henri Cartier-Bresson, his Author: Sergio Larrain. A notoriously reclusive artist, Sergio Larrain had a photographic career that was relatively short before he retreated to the Chilean countryside in the late s to study meditation. Nevertheless, he is widely celebrated for his experimental process and the raw imagery he produced throughout Europe and Latin : Aperture Foundation. Sergio Larrain is known for his poetic and serene images. A new book celebrates this brilliant Chilean photographer who passed away in Sergio Larrain is known for his poetic and serene images. A new book celebrates this brilliant Chilean photographer who passed away in Sergio Larrain is the author of Sergio Larrain ( avg rating, 26 ratings, 1 review), Sergio Larrain ( avg rating, 18 ratings, 0 reviews, published /5(1).