Churches of Rural New England

Photographs by Steve Rosenthal
Introduction by Verlyn Klinkenborg
Afterword by Robert Campbell

Published by Monacelli Press/Random House

Over the course of some forty years, architectural photographer Rosenthal sought out and photographed the unique "vernacular" churches of New England —those not designed by architects but erected by builder-craftsmen who chose their own distinctive style touches.

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Photographs by Chris Rauschenberg and Eugéne Atget

Introductions by Alison Nordstrom and Clark Worswick; Afterword by Rosamond Bernier

Published by Princeton Architectural Press

Chris Rauschenberg followed in the footsteps of Eugene Atget and shot the same scenes a hundred years later; an amazing demonstration of how little central Paris had changed in a century.



Introduction by Walter Boyne, former director of the Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

Published by Abrams

Jeff Milstein has created a body of work on the beauty and graphic power of passenger jetliners seen as icons of the present day.

Photographs by Jeffery Milstein, Introduction by Pulitzer prize winning playwright Nilo Cruz

Published by Monacelli Press/Random House

Milstein sees Cuban streets in many cities with an artist-architect's eye.
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