Seventy-Five Are Better Than Thirty-Two
Millions of tourists travel to New York City every year. Many of them visit the Museum of Modern Art. Many of them take photographs inside the museum. Many of them show Andy Warhol‘s thirty-two pictures of Campbell‘s soup cans. Thousands of these snapshots are to be found on photo sharing sites. Seventy-five of them are collected in this book – works of art in the age of digital photography.
Nearly forty years after Warhol made his Mona Lisa paraphrase, Thirty Are Better Than One he might well agree today that seventy-five are better than thirty-two.
18×18 cm, 160 pages, softcover 30 €
Other People’s Photographs
There are also ten new books in the Other People’s Photographs series: Apparel, Blue, Evidence, Fauna, Impact, Models, Parking Lots, Portraits, Television, and Writings. Interested parties find photographs of the books and of sample pages in my Flickr photostream.
18×18 cm, hardcover, 36 pages each. These books are numbered and signed and they are obtainable only through this website.