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  • Author:
    Frank Van Riper
  • ISBN:
    1555952933
  • ISBN13:
    978-1555952938
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  • Publisher:
    Hudson Hills; 1st Edition edition (November 10, 2008)
  • Pages:
    132 pages
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    Photography & Video
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Serenissima: Venice in Winter Hardcover – November 10, 2008. Frank Van Riper and Judith Goodman are a husband-and-wife team whose specialty is location portraiture and documentary photography.

Serenissima: Venice in Winter Hardcover – November 10, 2008. by. Frank Van Riper (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Goodman's photographs have appeared in Washington's Corcoran Gallery of Art and in the Baltimore Museum. Van Riper's photographs are in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery, National Museum of American Art, and Portland Museum of Art in Portland, Maine.

Frank Van Riper and Judith Goodman honeymooned in Venice in November of 1984 just after the presidential election that kept Frank, then a political correspondent, on the road for most of the year. They loved Venice, the first time either ever had been there, but it was not until 14 years later that they decided to do a book about it. That decision began a six-year collaboration that produced more than 10,000 images and thousands of words of text: on Venice’s history, its everyday life, its daily battle with the sea.

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Frank Van Riper, a 1979 Nieman Fellow, and his wife and professional partner, Judith Goodman, are thrilled to report the publication of our latest book, ‘Serenissima: Venice in Winter

Frank Van Riper, a 1979 Nieman Fellow, and his wife and professional partner, Judith Goodman, are thrilled to report the publication of our latest book, ‘Serenissima: Venice in Winter. The book is a hardcover collection of photographs and essays about the Floating City when the tourists (for the most part) have left. Work began seriously in 2000, Frank reports, and Judy and I made a total of six extended visits to Venice, some as long as a month, over the course of six years. We shot more than 300 rolls of film-more than 10,000 images, none of them digital-and I wrote thousands of words.

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A lush photographic exploration of Venice in winter when the crowds have left the piazzas and canals. About the Author: Frank Van Riper and Judith Goodman are a husband-and-wife team whose specialty is location portraiture and documentary photography.

The book is a hardcover collection of photographs and essays about the Floating City when many of the tourists have left. Van Riper, Frank-Works. Goodman, Judith-Works. Serenissima: Venice in Winter (Nonfiction work). Related books and articles. Work began seriously in 2000," Frank reports, "and Judy and I made a total of six extended visits to Venice, some as long as a month, over the course of six years. Author Frank Van Riper. Pages 132. Year of production 2008. 00 руб. EAN/UPC/ISBN Code 9781555952938. A lush photographic exploration of Venice in winter when the crowds have left the piazzas and canals. Stephen Hannock EAN 978155595. 72 руб. John Baldessari: A Catalogue Raisonne of Prints and Multiples 1971-2007 EAN 978155595. A Marquetry Odyssey: Historical Objects and Personal Work, Silas Kopf EAN 978155595. 85 руб. Fletcher Benton: The Kinetic Years EAN 978155595.

A lush photographic exploration of Venice in winter when the crowds have left the piazzas and canals.

IWantYou
Insightful, dramatic survey of Venice that captures the ephemeral mystery of
this city and its love/hate relation to the sea that defines it and constantly threatens to engulf it. Get a glass kf wine or a cup of espresso and sip your way through the collection.
Eyalanev
The place and book are well matched. By photographing when the crowds are gone and photographing mainly at night, Frank shows us a side of Venice many people don't see. The black and white images seem more journalistic, in a good way. The text heightens the detail in the images. I'm ready to return, to look at Venice with fresh eyes.
Stoneshaper
Purchased this book for my father. The pictures are amazing and a great way to see Venice in the winter time. Great gift as well.
Уou ll never walk alone
I love Venice. So I love this book!
Kezan
Everything about "Serenissima: Venice in Winter" is special. It looks good - it feels good and the photos are a splendid variety of subjects, all impressive in different ways. Venice is undoubtedly a unique city that offers sites unlike any other place, but even the people in this book look special. With its many great photos and fascinating text reading the book is a joy. One learns history and current events while engrossed in a story that is as much fun as a good novel.

I'll mention two (no, three) photos out of dozens of memorable images. One is a photo of a couple with two children in a cafe. The mother is snuggling with the baby she holds and the look on the baby's face is pure pleasure. Another is a photo of two men in the evening. One is facing away and not clearly seen and
the other is a well-dressed, good-looking man in full view. Both are at the far left side of the space and the effect is enticing. The third photo is of the brightly lit archways of a firehouse. While I was looking at that picture, I had the sensation that if I took the book into a dark room, the photo would give off enough light to brighten the room. Amazing!

I bought four, one for myself and one for each of my children. Perhaps you can tell that I adore this book.
Darkshaper
The images are of one of the world's most romantic cities during her time of respite from tourists and constant sun make me want to travel to venice with only one requirement - that it rain the whole time. The authors are such bright, warm people, but they also posess heavy talent and the ability to pull striking images out of a city we are used to seeing under the veil of summmer sun and laughing cafes. I love it, I want a print on my walls and I'm giving it as xmas gifts.
Grosho
As Venetian, I love this book. The shelves of bookshop are full of books on Venice; few of them make clear how many things are almost invisible to the great mass of tourists who visit each year Venice, the spirit, the romanticism, and the mystery.
Many, too many books on Venice are a big collection of postcards published only for hurried tourist, this book is not; is a great black and white book that calls for reflection and meditation.
Highly Recommended!!
Mario Mazziol
I loved this book! Black and white photographs were perfect for showing the various scenes of Venice, and they brought back memories of my own of visiting this boat-laden city. The writing also was very good.

It is such a special place.