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Par pikepaek le 18 février 2014
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Une très beau livre, photographiquement et qualitativement parlant, Eggleston est dans la lignée de Walker Evans, d'H.Cartier-Bresson ou de Lee Friedlander
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Des premiers pas en photographie qui ont du mal à convaincre. La qualité du livre est par contre très belle (papier et couverture).
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Early work that includes a number of weak images 21 février 2011
Par A photographer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love Bill Eggleston's color photography. More than anyone else, he deserves credit for opening the eyes of the art community to color work being as valid as black and white work. His color images are so primitive, simple and full of clarity, I often stand in awe. But his early black and white work, as published here, shows a lot of the weaknesses present in most beginning photographer's works. Muddy printing, images degraded due to technical goof-ups during film processing, bad lighting and generally weak photographs. It's a "warts and all" book of Eggleston's early work. As such, it's a very good book and worthy of purchase by those dyed-in-the-wool fans such as myself who want to know everything and see everything. But for someone unfamiliar with Eggleston's color work, it's not a good starting point. It really doesn't offer any useful insight into his later work other than the subject matter and composition. Many of the photographs printed here would never have seen publication except that they were done by one who later grew to master his art and craft.

Finally, I agree wholeheartedly with the other reviewer concerning the introduction. That's some of the most pretentious claptrap I've attempted to read since the narrative to Henri Cartier-Bresson's "Artless Art" book. Do yourself a favor and just skip the introduction. It's really an insult to Eggleston's own observations about his work.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Pure Eggleston 30 mars 2013
Par Emkay Uhltra - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
If you appreciate the beauty, subtlety, and mystery of William Eggleston's work then I can't imagine you won't love this book. Not only does it have a ton of previously unpublished imagery, it is reproduced from Eggleston's original darkroom prints and printed by Steidl (known for stunning reproductions in general). This book is rare in today's world: new work by a true master published while the artist is still around to oversee the production. As a real nerd I can't help but imagining what Steidl might have done with a set of new scans from the original negatives, but fantasies aside this book is an absolute must have for any Eggleston fan and will be a wonderful addition to any photography/visual art library.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brilliant In Black & White 9 janvier 2011
Par Buffy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
The cover alone should clue you in that even in black and white Eggleston's pictures are as every bit as wonderful as his famous color work. This previously unseen collection of pre-color work shows what a great sense of subject matter and composition he had. It's too bad it has taken this long for us to see this work because it is outstanding. The book is thick with page after page of photographs with top quality printing and sturdy binding. One thing to look out for though, because of the leather-like yellow cover material (somewhat similar to the Guide, the red lettering "Before Color" is smudged and splotchy in some copies). If you're an Eggleston fan don't hesitate this makes a great addition to the library. For new viewers you're better off starting with Eggleston's Guide.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 If he was not so famous i think nobody will buy this book 21 février 2011
Par dalaba - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
after looking through this book, i thought that i have seen far better pictures in family albums or in newspapers than those ones in the book. The book though is nicely made, that is why i gave it three stars.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The South: diced and sliced 20 janvier 2011
Par Robin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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With an initial flick through these pages you could be looking at Eggleston's 'Guide' or 'Ancient and modern' or 'The Democratic Forest', only these three books are all color. 'Before color' will give you an idea about the origins of Eggleston's style of capturing commonplace and overall I thought it was an interesting selection, though in the nature of this kind of project some photos really stand out and others seem rather marginal.

My favorites are the urban landscape of street scenes, retail units and houses. The interiors, whether commercial premises or homes seem to lack the punch and vitality of the outside shots. The three all color books I've mentioned are almost all exterior images.

The 152 photos have been scanned from Eggleston's original prints (and here they are printed as 175 screen quadratones) and I found it interesting to see how the texture varied from photo to photo. Some have a stippled appearance ( two military personnel, page 94/95 or office equipment, page 128/129) a newly built house (pages 74/75) looks as if you were standing in front of it in real-life because the detail is so precise or the very soft look of three teenagers at a wedding (page 193). Two night photos on pages 162/163 have incredible contrast unlike anything else in the book. Eggleston, by doing his own black and white prints, seems to be experimenting with the textures it's possible to get with various photographic papers.

As this is a photo book there is the usual essay at the start of the book. I find, from experience that these seem to fall into two categories: the extremely informative, like John Szarkowski's in 'William Eggleston's Guide' or the very generalized as the three pages by Dave Hickey in this book. It's called 'Deconstructing reconstruction: Eggleston in before color' and says very little including stuff like this:
'The shadowless, white urban symmetries and green arboreal chaos dissolve into the smooth grisaille of penultimate entropy'.
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'So the pleasure we derive from these photographs bears with it a cautionary obbligato about the horrors of careless ennui'.
I wish art book publishers would stick to a critic's overview of the artist or subject and forget about anything from others.

Because much of Eggleston's work in these photos suggests his searching and experimenting for a style that eventually exploded with his amazing color work I think the book is more for the confirmed fan rather than others.
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