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Far Est
Author: Marc Dugain, Adeline Bommart, Sophie Bernard (historienne de l'art.), Moselle (France). Conseil général
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ISBN: 8836620906
Pages: 93
Year: 2011
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A la suite de son travail sur les usines Renault de Billancourt - Adeline Bommart y avait jeté le "dernier coup d'oeil" - la photographe-plasticienne s'empare du territoire mosellan, terre d'élection de l'industrie aux XIXe et XXe siècles. Dans le projet Far Est, Adeline Bommart porte un regard neuf sur un paysage d'usines considéré jusqu'alors avec révolte, commisération ou intérêt patrimonial. A travers son objectif, ce qui fut le "Texas Lorrain" et l'emblème d'un miracle économique subit une transfiguration artistique. Les représentations mentales traditionnellement associées à ces territoires s'effacent au profit d'images poétiques. Sous ses yeux, les outils se muent en objets, les ateliers se transforment en purs espaces, les matériaux deviennent matières. Son regard souligne la plasticité des formes et des couleurs créant une esthétique ignorée jusqu'alors.
Films that Work
Author: Vinzenz Hediger, Patrick Vonderau
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
ISBN: 9089640134
Pages: 491
Year: 2009
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Industriële films worden gezien als een apart filmgenre van de twintigste eeuw. Ze werden geproduceerd en gesponsord door de overheid en grote bedrijven en moesten vooral aan de wensen van de sponsors voldoen, en niet zo zeer aan die van de filmmakers. In de hoogtijdagen werkten er duizenden mensen aan deze industriële films. Zo zijn er vakbladen en filmfestivals ontstaan door samenwerking met grote bedrijven als Shell en AT & T. Daarnaast hebben belangrijke regisseurs, zoals Buster Keaton, John Grierson en Alain Resnais, aan deze films meegewerkt. Toch lijkt de industriële film geen spoor te hebben achtergelaten in het filmische culturele discours. Films that Work is het eerste boek waarin de industriële film en zijn opmerkelijke geschiedenis worden onderzocht.
The Lost Explorer
Author: Patrick McGrath, Tim Walker
Publisher: Te Neues Publishing Group
ISBN: 3832794468
Pages: 45
Year: 2011
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Embark on a memorable journey with young Evelyn as she finds a lost explorer in her garden - and begins a haunting tale of dark adventure. This magical volume is a companion piece to the long awaited short film of the same name. As Tim Walker's first cinematic endeavor, he presents all the whimsy and elaborate scene-making so integral to his renowned fashion photography. The book contains the original short story by Patrick McGrath with film stills as well as a facsimile of the annotated shooting script.

The Rocket to the Moon
Author: Thea Von Harbou
Publisher:
ISBN: 1258157322
Pages: 186
Year: 2011-10-01
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The Brown Decades
Author: Lewis Mumford
Publisher: Courier Corporation
ISBN: 0486202003
Pages: 266
Year: 1955
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Buried renaissance of Root, Sullivan, Roebling, W. Homer, Eakins, Ryder, others. 12 illustrations.
Monte Carlo Methods in Bayesian Computation
Author: Ming-Hui Chen, Qi-Man Shao, Joseph G. Ibrahim
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461212766
Pages: 387
Year: 2012-12-06
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Dealing with methods for sampling from posterior distributions and how to compute posterior quantities of interest using Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) samples, this book addresses such topics as improving simulation accuracy, marginal posterior density estimation, estimation of normalizing constants, constrained parameter problems, highest posterior density interval calculations, computation of posterior modes, and posterior computations for proportional hazards models and Dirichlet process models. The authors also discuss model comparisons, including both nested and non-nested models, marginal likelihood methods, ratios of normalizing constants, Bayes factors, the Savage-Dickey density ratio, Stochastic Search Variable Selection, Bayesian Model Averaging, the reverse jump algorithm, and model adequacy using predictive and latent residual approaches. The book presents an equal mixture of theory and applications involving real data, and is intended as a graduate textbook or a reference book for a one-semester course at the advanced masters or Ph.D. level. It will also serve as a useful reference for applied or theoretical researchers as well as practitioners.
More Nudes
Author: Andreas H. Bitesnich
Publisher: Te Neues Publishing Group
ISBN: 3832796770
Pages: 224
Year: 2012
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Andreas H. Bitesnich is a perfectionist "the only way to fly higher than the others", as he expresses it. By his own admission, he lives, breathes, devours photography; he learns, explores, experiments. Self-taught, he dreamed at a young age of becoming a fashion photographer. To pursue his dream, he equipped himself with a camera and a light and persuaded models to pose. In his subjects, he was looking for harmony and balance yet tension was an important ingredient too. As he puts it, "The (images) belong to an organic creative process that has to do with the fascination for the relation between body, time and space in a continual interaction of tension and balance". Oftentimes he found what he was looking for when the models posed undressed which allowed him to capture the bodies surprisingly well with the play of light and shadow. Andreas H. Bitesnich's approach has always been to allow for and trust his intuition. He feels it important to interact with his models to gain an appreciation of who they are before turning the camera upon them. His respect of personalities unearths the subjects most beautiful side which becomes central to the power visible within his images. Combined with a mastery of technique, this style gives Andreas H. Bitesnich the tools to achieve the exact image he envisions. Unsurprisingly, Bitesnich's nude portraits soon caught the attention of top European magazines and consequently images were published in Stern, Playboy, Max and GQ, to name a few commercial projects followed. The quality of his work quickly established Bitesnich as a top photographer.
Adhocism
Author: Charles Jencks, Nathan Silver
Publisher: MIT Press
ISBN: 0262312557
Pages: 248
Year: 2013-05-24
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When this book first appeared in 1972, it was part of the spirit that would define a new architecture and design era--a new way of thinking ready to move beyond the purist doctrines and formal models of modernism. Charles Jencks and Nathan Silver's book was a manifesto for a generation that took pleasure in doing things ad hoc, using materials at hand to solve real-world problems. The implications were subversive. Turned-off citizens of the 1970s immediately adopted the book as a DIY guide. The word "adhocism" entered the vocabulary, the concept of adhocism became part of the designer's toolkit, and Adhocism became a cult classic. Now Adhocism is available again, with new texts by Jencks and Silver reflecting on the past forty years of adhocism and new illustrations demonstrating adhocism's continuing relevance. Adhocism has always been around. (Think Robinson Crusoe, making a raft and then a shelter from the wreck of his ship.) As a design principle, adhocism starts with everyday improvisations: a bottle as a candleholder, a dictionary as a doorstop, a tractor seat on wheels as a dining room chair. But it is also an undeveloped force within the way we approach almost every activity, from play to architecture to city planning to political revolution. Engagingly written, filled with pictures and examples from areas as diverse as auto mechanics and biology, Adhocism urges us to pay less attention to the rulebook and more to the real principle of how we actually do things. It declares that problems are not necessarily solved in a genius's "eureka!" moment but by trial and error, adjustment and readjustment.
The Shape of Things to Come
Author: H.G. Wells
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 0141921218
Pages: 576
Year: 2005-05-26
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When Dr Philip Raven, an intellectual working for the League of Nations, dies in 1930 he leaves behind a powerful legacy - an unpublished 'dream book'. Inspired by visions he has experienced for many years, it appears to be a book written far into the future: a history of humanity from the date of his death up to 2105. The Shape of Things to Come provides this 'history of the future', an account that was in some ways remarkably prescient - predicting climatic disaster and sweeping cultural changes, including a Second World War, the rise of chemical warfare, and political instabilities in the Middle East.
Back Street
Author: Fannie Hurst
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 0804170673
Pages: 464
Year: 2014
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Ray Schmidt, a beautiful socialite and "fly girl," is trapped in a cycle of neglect and love for Walter Saxel, the one man who could never value for who she was, after they, years later, pick up where they left off despite him being married. Original. 12,000 first printing.
Intra-Arab Trade - Is It Too Little?
Author: Hassan Al-Atrash, Tarik Yousef
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
ISBN:
Pages: 20
Year: 2000-01-01
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This paper estimates a gravity model to address the issue of whether intra-Arab trade is too little. Although gravity models have been extensively used to measure bilateral trade among countries, they have—to the best of our knowledge—never been used to measure intra-Arab trade. Our results suggest that intra-Arab trade and Arab trade with the rest of the world are lower than what would be predicted by the gravity equation, suggesting considerable scope for regional—as well as multilateral—integration. The results also suggest that intra-GCC and intra-Maghreb trade are relatively low while the Mashreq countries exhibit a higher level of intragroup trade.
Design After Decline
Author: Brent D. Ryan
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812206584
Pages: 280
Year: 2012-05-22
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Almost fifty years ago, America's industrial cities—Detroit, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Baltimore, and others—began shedding people and jobs. Today they are littered with tens of thousands of abandoned houses, shuttered factories, and vacant lots. With population and housing losses continuing in the wake of the 2007 financial crisis, the future of neighborhoods in these places is precarious. How we will rebuild shrinking cities and what urban design vision will guide their future remain contentious and unknown. In Design After Decline, Brent D. Ryan reveals the fraught and intermittently successful efforts of architects, planners, and city officials to rebuild shrinking cities following mid-century urban renewal. With modern architecture in disrepute, federal funds scarce, and architects and planners disengaged, politicians and developers were left to pick up the pieces. In twin narratives, Ryan describes how America's two largest shrinking cities, Detroit and Philadelphia, faced the challenge of design after decline in dramatically different ways. While Detroit allowed developers to carve up the cityscape into suburban enclaves, Philadelphia brought back 1960s-style land condemnation for benevolent social purposes. Both Detroit and Philadelphia "succeeded" in rebuilding but at the cost of innovative urban design and planning. Ryan proposes that the unprecedented crisis facing these cities today requires a revival of the visionary thinking found in the best modernist urban design, tempered with the lessons gained from post-1960s community planning. Depicting the ideal shrinking city as a shifting patchwork of open and settled areas, Ryan concludes that accepting the inevitable decline and abandonment of some neighborhoods, while rebuilding others as new neighborhoods with innovative design and planning, can reignite modernism's spirit of optimism and shape a brighter future for shrinking cities and their residents.
The Popular Front in Europe
Author: Helen Graham, Paul Preston
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349106186
Pages: 171
Year: 1988-12-05
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Out of the social and economic turmoil of Europe in the 1930s, the Popular Front emerged as the spearhead of the left's bid to stop fascism in its tracks. Fifty years on from the birth of the Popular Front this edited collection assesses the impact of the idea of bourgeois-proletarian alliance on the European left as a whole. It also examines the fate of the Popular Front governments, both in France, which remained nominally 'at peace', and in Spain, where the bitter strife over social and economic reform erupted into open civil war.
Speaking parts
Author: Atom Egoyan
Publisher: Coach House Pr
ISBN:
Pages: 175
Year: 1993-03-01
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