Photography Books. Taipei to Deborah Turbeville.
Robert Taft -- see History in H list.
172.1. Taipei Biennial. State of Desire. 1998 Taipei Biennial. June 13-September 6, 1998. Organized by Taipei City Government, Taipei Fine Arts Museum. Stiff illustrated wraps, 216 pages, near fine condition. ISBN 957-02-2944-6. [Includes artists from China, Korea, Japan, and Taiwan, including some using photography such as Gu Dexin, Zheng Guogu, Yanagi Miwa, Choi Jeonghwa, Oh Hyoungkuhn, Chen Chiehjen, and Chien Fuyu.] $75.
172a. Tasmania. Hughes, Owen. Heart of the North. Owen Hughes, Master of Photography, 1988. Self-published monograph in color by Tasmanian author/photographer. 1st printing, signed and inscribed. Fine hardcover, brown cloth with fine dust jacket, $100.
172b. Teske, Edmund. Edmund Teske: Chicago. Remembrances. Stephen Daiter Gallery and Barry Singer Gallery, 2003. New in original shrinkwrap. This 56 page softcover photography catalog of the work of Edmund Teske (1911-1996) was published in limited quantities in connection with the exhibits at the two galleries and not distributed through bookstores. It does not have an ISBN number and was originally priced at $24.95. Teske is well known for his photomontage images but this book also contains his more documentary photography done early in Chicago, including streetcar passengers. Teske moved to California in 1943 and his montages, double exposures, and negative prints from his later period are well represented here. Reproductions are high quality, one to a page. Biographical essay included. $20.
173. Teske, Edmund. Doors 13 [vinyl record album]. Elektra EKS-74079. (Edmund Teske blue photomontage of Jim Morrison and band on jacket verso; nice item for framing. Minor ring and moderate edge wear on jacket; disc near vg. Album is a "best of" compilation with "Light My Fire," et al.). $5.00.
174a. Texas. 1977 Book of Days by Austin Photographers. A weekly appointment calendar featuring sixty-one Austin photographers. John R. Van Beekum, editor. O. Layman Graphics, 1976. Photographers include Larry J. Schaaf (subsequently renowned photohistorian and an expert on William Henry Fox Talbot); Carlos Rene Perez; Linda Kerr; Nancy Goldfarb; Kent Kirkley; Margaret Harman; David Woo; Marlon Taylor (of Ronald Reagan); Michelle Campbell; Jimmy Jalapeeno; C.J. Simmons; Rick Patrick; Maggie Steber; Phyllis Freda; Hayes McCauley; Nan Blake; Marty Friedman; Christy Ott; Rick Williams; John Douglass Bowles; Bill Wittliff; Mike Fluitt; Bill Gibson; Phil Dunn; Zach Ryall; Ed Malcik; Melina Wickman (of Gary P. Nunn); Nicolas Russell (of Boz Scaggs); Michael Contristano (of John Lee Hooker); Larry Murphy; Rodney Florence; Tomas Pantin; Danny Schweers; Rob Ringle; Bill Records; Frank Amstrong; John Christian; et al. Not published with an index. New, unused copy, spiral bound. $40.
174b. Texas. 1980 Book of Days. Representing the work of 55 photographers living in and around the capital city of Texas.... Randy Ehrlich, editor. O. Layman Graphics, 1979. Photographers include Frank Armstrong; Ave Bonar; Linda Kerr; Rick Williams; Jill Giles Cardillino; Winifred Simon; Paul Murray; Michael Lyon/Amy Gottlieb; Maraski Eurich; Jim Wood; Larry Murphy; Danny Schweers; Carols Quintanilla; E. Michael Quinn; Keith Dannemiller; Sandy Wilson; Rick Patrick; Bill Records; David Stark; Jon Herber; Stephen Smith; Diane Turk; Scott Van Osdol; Nancy Scanlon; Byron Rogers; J.C. Larimore; Andy Sieverman; Michele Campbell; J.B. Colson; Barbara Taylor; Reagan Bradshaw; David Moody; Lauren Piperno; Rixon Reed (founder of Photo-Eye before his move from Austin to Santa Fe), et al. With historical information for the different days. Not published with index. New, unused copy, spiral bound. $40.
174c. Texas. 1981 Book of Days. A weekly appointment calendar featuring fifty-six Texas Photographers. Phillip Dunn, editor. Light Alliance of Texas, 1980. Photographers includeToni Altieri; Sharen Armstron-Welborn; Ralph Barrera; Douglas A. Becket; Drew Bennie; Ave Bonar; John Douglas Bowles; Reagan Bradshaw; Bill Boulton; Keith Dannemiller; Brad Doherty; Randy Ehrlich; Marasri Eurich; Ron Evans; Grant Fehr; Nancy Floyd; J. Alan Green; Teresina B. Guerra; Margaret Harman; Martin Harris; Jane N. Harrison; Robert Hirsch (later author of Seizing the Light); Kathryn Millan; Steve Schwartzman; Marci Locti; Jane N. Harrison; David Stark; Douglas A. Beckett; Kurt Siegfried; Michael Lyon; Larry Schiffer; Tom McMahon; Kay Keys; Winifred Simon; et al. Not published with index. New, unused copy, spiral bound. $40.
174d. Texas. 1985 Book of Days. [Representing the work of 56 Texas photographers]. Danny Schweers, editor. Danny Schweers, 1984. Photographers include Judy Allen-Newberry; R. Buck-Smith; Jim Caldwell; Michelle Campbell; Keith Dannemiller; Monte Kim Dorman; Steve Earley; Jim Elmore; Ron English; Ron Evans; Lynn Foster; Robin Dru Germany; Stanley Godwin; G. Goldberg; Paula Goldman; Lonnette Williamson Good; Paul Greenberg; Barbara Hagen; Phyllis Hand; Robert Hirsch (later the author of Seizing the Light); Todd Jagger; Todd Jagger; Jimmy Jalapeeno; Kakii Keenan; Kieran Kilday; Rocky Kneten; Lynn Lennon; Jim Lincoln; Frank McGinnis; Julia Milazzo; James Minor; Tim Moyer; Sarah Nelson; James Newberry; David Newman; Dale O’Dell; William W. Pankey; Roddy Parkinson; Patricia Lea Periogo; Rebecca Ross; Greg Rubin; Robin Sachs; Linda Schlecht; Chad D. Smith; J.R. Sprawls; David Stark; David Stence; Ashton G. Thornhill; Teal Ann Triggs; Terry Vine; Terry Wayland; Blake Weissling; Becky Renee Whalen; Dave Wharton; Byrd M. Williams IV; Bill Wright; Reinhard Ziegle. With commentary about the photographers in alpha order by photographer. New, unused copy, spiral bound. $40.
174. Theroux, Paul. Picture Palace. (Novel about woman photographer who, like Cunningham and Sipprell, photographs Stieglitz with his own camera.) Houghton Mifflin, 1978. 1st ed. Price label on flyleaf. vg $15.
174.1. Thorn, Guillermo. Victorian New Jersey: Photographs by Guillermo Thorn from the Kean University Collection by Frank J. Esposito and Donald Lokuta. Kean University, 2005. [One of the few monographs on a 19th Century New Jersey photographer. Thorn was based in Plainfield but made outstanding views through the region, including the Jersey shore, including Asbury Park. Most photographs in the book are from the Thorn collection at Kean University, donated by the photographer's granddaughter.] Hardcover with protected dust jacket, like new with small black dot at top of text block near spine (not a remainder mark). Signed by both authors, scarce thus. 1st printing of 500 copies. $90.
174a. Tibet: The Sacred Realm. Photographs 1880-1950. Preface by Tenzin Gyatsho, His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Chronicle by Lobsang P. Lhalungpa. Biographies of photographers by Martha Charoudi. Photographers include Jacques Bacot; Charles Suydam Cutting; Alexandra David-Neel; Captain Brooke Dolan II; Heinrich Harrer; Sven Anders Hedin; R.F. Johnston and Hoffman; Sonam Wangfel Laden-La; Reverend Roderick A. MacLeod; Dr. Albert L. Shelton; Captain John Noel; Prince Henri D'Orleans; Joseph Francis Charles Rock; George N. Roerich; Major George Sherrif; Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Spencer-Chapman; Sir George Taylor; Lieutenant Colonel Ilya Tolstoy; Lietenant Colonel James Leslie Rose Weir; John Claude White; Dr. Alexander F.R. Wollaston; Bibliography. Aperture, 1983. 1st edition, not to be confused with later reprints. Fine with very good protected dust jacket with wear to extremities. Small non-authorial gift inscription, 1983, on front flyleaf. $40.
174a.1. Tice, George. Paterson II. Introduction by A.D. Coleman. Quantuck Lane Press, 2006. 1st printing, fine with near fine dust jacket that has a few small indentations. Unused book. Photographs of Paterson, New Jersey, issued 35 years after Tice's Paterson. Finely printed in Belgium in 600-line screen quadtone. SIGNED. Issued at $49.95. $40.
174a.1.a. Tice, George. Fields of Peace: A Pennsylvania German Album. Doubleday, 1970. 1st edition, vg+ with slight aging to paper, vg- dj that is unclipped, in new mylar protector, with crease and closed tears on verso and creases on front inner flap. $25.
174aa. Tice, George. George Tice: Selected Photographs, 1953-1999. Godine, 2001. 96 pages. 1st edition in French wraps. Not issued in hardcover. SIGNED. New book. ISBN 1-56792-153-1. $30.
174aaa. Tice, George. Common Mementos. Lodima Portfolio Book Series. Number 3. Lodima Press, 2005. Edition of 1,000 in stiff wraps, as issued. New copy, slight unevenness at corners on last few pages, occurred in binding. $30.
174aaaa. Tice, George. Hometowns: An American Pilgrimage. James Dean's Fairmount, Indiana; Ronald Reagan's Dixon Illinois; and Mark Twain's Hannibal, Missouri. NYGS/Little/Brown. 1st edition. Fine with fine protected dust jacket. $25.
174aa.1. Tintypes. Michael Carlebach. Working Stiffs: Occupational Portraits in the Age of Tintypes. Smithsonian Institution, 2001. 1st edition, 1st printing, like new with protected dust jacket. Occupational tintypes from the collection of photographer Ken Heyman. Issued at $25.95. $20.
174aa.2. Traub, Charles. Beach. Horizon Press, 1978. 1st edition of 2,500 copies. Stiff illustrated wraps, near fine with small indentation on cover and signature of previous owner inside front cover. [Traub was Director of prestigious Light Gallery in New York at the time this book was issued.] $10.
174aaa. Trenton State College Yearbook 1971 entitled Seal. 272 pages with numerous photos of grounds, buildings, students, and faculty. Also photos of entertainers who came to the college, including Jane Fonda, Seals and Crofts, The Byrds, Seamus Murphy dance company, Delanie and Bonnie, Ron Ostrow, Dick Gregory, Lorin Hollinder, Mungo Jerry, Alexander Rabbit, Steppenwolfe, Dionne Warwick, and others. VG+ condition with minor soiling at extremities. Trenton State College is now The College of New Jersey. $30.
174aaaa. Tress, Arthur. Theater of the Mind. Morgan & Morgan, 1976. 1st edition in illustrated wrap, a few indentations on covers, signature of previous owner inside front cover, crimp and delamination in corners of rear cover. Good. $7.50
TUCKER, TOBA PATO - see Disfarmer
174b. Turbeville, Deborah. St. Petersburg Studio. Bulfinch/Little Brown, 1997. (Dreamy photographs taken in Russia by the master of expressive effects. Extraordinarily beautiful book design by Giovanni C. Russo. Shot in St. Petersburg, Russia, this early photography monograph of Turbeville is in the moody, grainy style for which she has become famous. With quotations from Dostoevsky, Pushkin, Joseph Brodsky, and others. According to ICP, "Born and raised in New England, Deborah Turbeville moved to New York at the age of twenty to work for designer Claire McCardell and later became an editor for Harper’s Bazaar and Mademoiselle before turning to photography. Her editorial work appears regularly in such publications as American, British, French, Italian, and Russian Vogue, L’Uomo Vogue, Zoom, and W. Turbeville’s photographic essays in 2004 have included "Patzcuaro, Michoacan, Mexico" (Casa, July 2004), "Russian Soul” (Harper’s Bazaar, December 2004), "Julia Roberts” (The New York Times Magazine, November 14, 2004), and "Ritual Fashion” (BlackBook, December 2004/January 2005). Monographs of her work include Wallflower (1978), Newport Remembered (1994) and Studio St. Petersburg (1997). Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums, both nationally and internationally. Turbeville's distinctively evocative style was recognized by the Fashion Group Lifetime Award for Fashion Photography in 1989 and the Alfred Eisenstadt Award for Magazine Photography for the Fashion Single Image and Photo Essay in 1998. In 2002, Turbeville received a Fulbright scholarship for a lecture series in photography at the Baltic School of Photography in St. Petersburg, Russia; this year she will be teaching at Smolney Institut in that city, on behalf of Bard College. She divides her time between New York, Mexico, and Russia.") Mint in original shrinkwrap. (Issued at $60.) $54.
174b.1. Another copy. Near fine with light indentations on back cover and red remainder mark at top of text block near spine. $15.