The Trans-Am series featured classic American cars like the Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro in some of the most competitive motor racing ever seen. This book brings back all the excitement of the series through hundreds of photographs.
When the Trans Am series let pony cars loose on the road circuits of America, some of the most exciting road racing in history took place. Until rule changes forced American manufacturer teams to withdraw in 1972, these ground-pounders enjoyed a golden era of dominance. Fans of vintage racing and muscle cars will enjoy this book's great photography and commentary from series participants, as well as comprehensive race results.
Surrealism and Photography in Czechoslovakia sheds much-needed light on the location of the single greatest concentration of Surrealist photography - the Czech Republic - and examines the culture and tradition of Surrealist photography that has taken root and flourished there. This volume explores a rich and important artistic output, from 1934 to the present, very little of which has been seen outside of the Czech Republic.
"Examines photo essays from Weimar Germany's many social crises. Traces photography's emergence as a new language that German photographers used to intervene in modernity's key political and philosophical debates: changing notions of nature and culture, national and personal identity, and the viability of parliamentary democracy"--
Chronicling the history of attempts to record native American culture by combining skilled artistry with ethnographic detail, this photographic study examines the work of such turn-of-the-century photographers as Edward Curtis, Sumner W. Matteson, and Roland W. Reed.
Includes names from the States of Alabama, Arkansas, the District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia, and Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.