Books and Catalogues Published by Roger Hutchings

 

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Zeitline

The incremental development of a photographer

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Zeitline

Catalogue designed by Ian Denning, with a foreword by Max Houghton and printed at the London College of Communication 2017

 

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Raum und Gegenwart

Kösel-Verlag /Random House 2013

ISBN 978-3-466-37073-3


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Meisterliche Zen Rezepte

Kösel-Verlag /Random House 2011

ISBN 978-3-466-37023-8


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Armani in Cina

Armani in China Federico Motta 2005

ISBN 88-7179-505-9


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Armani Backstage

Federico Motta 2002

ISBN 88-7179-343-9

“This great and oft-honored photojournalist, so unconnected to the flashy world of fashion,came into Armani’s backstage universe with his intelligence and discretion, to document a special event, an extraordinary moment: the first fashion show in the new theatre designed by Tadao Ando, the Japanese master of an architecture of geometric purity.”

Quotations from the introduction to Armani Backstage published by Motta and reproduced in magazines across the world.

A selection of images is available for licensing at Trunk Archive : www.trunkarchive.com

Please contact : licensing@trunkarchive.com


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No Heroes - The Photographs of Roger Hutchings

The London Institute 2003

ISBN 0953996727

Edited and curated by Patrick Sutherland with an essay text by Stephen Mayes.

“This is not the story of a photographer but of the world.Here is a raw wisdom told in the mosaic reflections of daily life,sometimes familiar and sometimes exotic,sometimes privileged and sometimes impoverished but always authentic.the diverse strands are spun into a rough yarn by the photographer’s lens,a thread that ties us all in the shared experience of daily life; there are no heroes and no superstars,only the common fabric of life.'“


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Berlin

Published by Federico Motta 1999 with a foreword by Grazia Neri .

ISBN 88-7179-227-0

“The best way to know a city is to walk through the city streets without prejudice, leaving at home the tourist guides and discarding other people’s ideas, trying to use our own minds and our own emotional visions, pursuing our own personal research and not accepting the recollection of a deja-vu.

This is the spirit with which Roger Hutchings visited Berlin

The light of these pictures is the one of Wim Wenders movies but with a more morbid density and a harder and closer cut to the images; only the sky light seems to put a veil of poetry and feeling on this city that is trying to find a balance between East and West, and Past and Present”


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Bosnia

Federico Motta 2001

ISBN 88-7179-316-1


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Atatürk’s Children

Turkey And The Kurds

Cassell 1996

ISBN 0304-33383-2 (hardback) ISBN 0304-33384-0 (paperback)


Selected Books and Catalogue Entries:

  • 2017 1001 Photographs: You Must See Before You Die - Cassell

  • 2015 Giorgio Armani - Rizzoli International Publications

  • 2012 Bosnia 1992-1995 

  • 2010 Decade (2000-2010) - Phaidon

  • 2008 UK at Home - Duncan Baird Publishers

  • 2007 Berlin-Portrait of a City - Taschen

  • 2006 Things as They are – Photojournalism in Context since 1955-World Press

  • 2005 Witness – The World’s Greatest News Photographers-Carlton

  • 2004 Daylight Magazine/ Iraq

  • 2002 Underexposed – Edited by Colin Jacobson

  • 1996 Kinder des Krieges,Bilder aus Bosnien 

  • 1995 This Critical Mirror:40 Years of World Press Photo-Thames&Hudson