Books Received


Aby Warbug and the Image in Motion, by Philipe-Alain Michaud. Zone Books/402pp./$33 (hb).

Adobe Photoshop CS, One-On-One, by Deke McClelland [book+CD]. Deke Press/O'Reily/466pp./$39.95

Architectures of Illusion: From Motion Pictures to Navigable Interactive Environments, Maureen Thomas & Francois Penz, editors. Intellect Books/214pp./$29.96(hb)

Archive_Belfast, by Claudio Hils. Hatje Cantz/DAP, facilitated by Belfast Exposed Photography/120pp./$39.95 (hb).

Being Rita Hayworth: Labor, Identity and Hollywood Stardom, by Adrienne L. McLean. Rutgers university Press/256pp./$23.95 (sb).

Beirut City Center Recovery, by Robert Saliba. Steidl (distributed by Art Publishers)/274pp./$80 (hb).

Bill Brandt: A Life, by Paul Delany. Sanford University Press/336pp./$47.50 (hb).

Black Magic: White Hollywood and African American Culture, by Krin Gabbard. Rutgers University Press/336pp./$60 (hb), $19.95 (sb).

City of Darkness, City of Light: Emigre Filmmakers in Paris 1929-1939, by Alastair Phillips. University of Amsterdam Press (University of Chicago Press, distributor)/256pp./$32 (sb).

The Cinema of David Lynch: American Dreams, Nightmare Visions, by Erica Sheen and Annette Davison, editors. Wallflower Press (Columbia University Press, distributor)/208pp/$65 (hb), $20 (sb).

The Cinema of Mike Leigh: A Sense of the Real, by Garry Watson. Wallflower Press, Columbia University Press, distributor/208pp/$65 (hb), $20 (sb).

Colonial Noir: Photographs from Mexico, by Reid Samuel Yalom. Stanford university Press/B5pp./$49.95 (hb).

Commonplace, by Christine Welch. University of Chicago Press/96pp./$35 (hb).

The Complete Guide to Digital Imaging, by Joel Lacey. Watson-Guptill Publications/224 pp./$35.

Crosscurrents at Century's End: Selections from the Neuberger Berman Art Collection, by I. Michael Danoff. University of Washington Press/128pp./$29.95 429.95 (sb). (sb).

Curse of the Pharaohs: My Adventures with Mummies, by Zahi Hawass. National Geographic/144pp./$19.95 (hb).

Daido Moriyama, by the Fondation Cartier pour I'art contemporain. Actes Sud/Thames and Hudson, distributor/$39.95 (hb).

Digital Photography Hacks: 100 Industrial-Strength Tips & Tools, by Derrick story. O'Reilly/309pp./$29.95 (sb).

Digital Photography Pocket Guide, Second Edition, by Derrick Story. O'Reilly/113pp./$14.95 9sb).

Edward S. Curtis: The Great Warriors, by Christopher Cardozo, Bulfinch Press/128pp./$35 (hb).

Fashioning Fiction in Photography Since 1990, by Susan Kismaric & Eva Respini. The Museum of Modern Art/144pp./$34.95 (hb).

Four Corners, by Debra Bloomfield. University of New Mexico Press/168pp./$45 (hb).

Free Culture: How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity, by Lawrence Lessig. The Penguin Press/345pp./$24.95 (hb).

The Guerilla Film Makers Handbook, by Genevieve Jolliffe & Chris Jones. Continuum/720pp./$29.95 (sb).

Hidden Treasures of Ancient Egypt: Unearthing the Masterpieces of Egyptian History, by Zahi Hawasse, photographs by Kenneth Garret. National Geographic Books/240pp./$35 (hb).

Hollywood Italians: Dagos, Palookas, Romeos, Wise Guys and Sopranos, by Peter Bondanella. Continuum/352pp./$29.95 (hb).

The Hotel Upstairs: The Lives of a San Francisco Residential Hotel, by Akiko Tobu. Studio Parabolica.

The Insubordination of Signs: Political Change, Cultural Transformation, and Poetics of the Crisis, By Nelly Richard. …

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