June 24, 2011

Steve McCurry's Best of Photographs about Human Experience

From its Robert Capa Gold Medal to now, Steve McCurry (b.1950), member of Magnum Photos since 1986, is one of the world’s leading colour photographers. Phaidon Press have just released

Steve McCurry: The Iconic Photographs 


a large-format limited edition book and print that includes 165 of his most evocative, very finest and famous photographs taking all over the world. This special edition is limited to 3300 copies each with C-type Lambda print signed by the photographer. From one photo to an other this beautifully designed book transport us in Southeast Asia, Africa, the Middle East... A collection of best of photographs from on of the best of photographer, this is what this wonderful book about human experience offer. 


This best of Steve McCurry luxury book includes the photo Boy at Ganesh Chaturthi festival, Mumbai, India, 1996 and famous green-eyed Afghan Girl photographed for the National Geographic in 1985, which is one of the most recognizable photograph in the world...

Dust storm, Rajasthan, India, 1983 and Flower seller, Dal Lake, Srinagar, Khasmir, 1996, signed and numbered print accompagnying book.

Other books by Steve McCurry published by Phaidon

STEVE McCURRY - Courtesy Phaidon
Steve McCurry: The Unguarded Moment includes images from Mali, Yemen, Cambodia, India, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, France and the former Yugoslavia. 380 x 275 mm, 15 x 10 7/8 in - 156 pp with 75 colour photographs.

STEVE McCURRY - Courtesy Phaidon
In the Shadow of Mountains by Steve McCurry. The photographer's best known and previously unpublished images of Afghanistan and its people.

STEVE McCURRY - Courtesy Phaidon
Looking East: Portraits by Steve McCurry. 380 x 275 mm, 15 x 10 7/8 in, 128 pp with 75 colour photographs

STEVE McCURRY - Courtesy Phaidon
Steve McCurry: South Southeast. Powerful images from South and Southeast Asia. 275 x 380 mm, 10 7/8 x 15 in, 156 pp - 69 photographs.

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