Series: Phaidon 55

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Aaron Siskind 55 Series by James Rhem
Alfred Stieglitz by Graham Clarke
Andre Kertesz by Noël Bourcier
Boris Mikhailov by Gilda Williams
Chris Killip (55 (Series).) by Gerry Badger
Daido Moriyama by Kazuo Nishii
David Goldblatt by Leslie Lawson
David Seymour (Chim) (Monographs) by Tom Beck
Dorothea Lange by Mark Durden
Eadweard Muybridge by Paul Hill
Ed Van Der Elsken by Hripsime Vissor
Erwin Blumenfeld (Phaidon 55's) by Michel Metayer
Eugene Atget (Phaidon 55s) by Gerry Badger
Eugene Richards by Charles Bowden
Eugene W. Smith (Phaidon 55s) by Sam Stephenson
Gabriele Basilico by Francesco Bonami
Graciela Iturbide (Phaidon 55S) by Cuauhtemoc Medina
Gustave Le Gray (55's) by Sylvie Aubenas
Jacob Riis (55) by Bonnie Yochelsem
James VanDerZee by Kobena Mercer
Joan Fontcuberta (Phaidon 55s) (Phaidon 55s) by Christian Caujolle
Joel Meyerowitz by Colin Westerbeck
Joel-Peter Witkin by Eugenia Parry
Josef Sudek (55 (Series).) by Ian Jeffrey
Julia Margaret Cameron by Joanne Lukitsh
Larry Fink (Phaidon 55's) by Laurie Dahlberg
Laszlo Moholy-Nagy by Jeannine Fiedler
Lewis Baltz (55 (Series).) by Jeff Rian
Lewis Hine by Mary Panzer
Lisette Model by Elizabeth Sussman
Manuel Alvarez Bravo (Phaidon 55's) by Amanda Hopkinson
Martin Chambi by Amanda Hopkinson
Martine Franck by Louise Baring
Mary Ellen Mark (Phaidon 55s) by Charles Hagen
Mathew Brady (Phaidon 55s) by Mary Panzer
Nadar: Gaspard-Felix Tournachon (55) by James Henry Rubin
Nan Goldin by Guido Costa
Ralph Eugene Meatyard by Judith Keller
Ralph Eugene Meatyard: An American Visionary by Ralph Eugene Meatyard
Shomei Tomatsu by Ian Jeffrey
Steve McCurry (Phaidon 55's) by Anthony Bannon
Tina Modotti (Phaidon 55's) by Margaret Hooks
Walker Evans by Luc Sante
Weegee by Kerry William Purcell
Werner Bischof (55 (Series).) by Claude Cookman
Willy Ronis by Paul Ryan
Wynn Bullock by Chris Johnson

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