Photography legend, Lloyd Ziff – whom is featured in WOW and HBO produced Emmy nominated “Mapplethorpe: Look At The Pictures” – has a coffee table book New York/Los Angeles 1967-2015 out now in stores and his online store. He will be doing a book signing with Paul Ruscha – whom writes the LA books’ introduction – Los Angeles on October 13th, from 5-7PM. You can get tickets here.
Check it out:
The incredible books come in two editions: a New York and a Los Angeles edition (naturally). Check out the amazing binding:
And the reviews are in:
Brilliant!!!! Honestly, it is the best photography I have seen in a long, long time. I am knocked out. Both volumes take my breath away. And, how well they work together: West Coast/East Coast, left and right, red and blue, black and white. This an incredible body of work, perfectly presented.
– Gail Buckland, Author, Educator, Curator of Photography
Lloyd and I go back over forty years, and his photographs, like Lloyd, are kind of shy. They seem to focus ultimately on the infinite, the horizon line. I own at least two of Lloyd’s pictures, and I keep them with me, usually by a window because the photographs themselves are picture windows; they view a life of romance, escape and optimism. They give me a way out. I love Lloyd for most of the same reasons.
– Annie Leibovitz, Photographer
Lloyd Ziff’s New York is an intriguingly idiosyncratic portrait of the city he has photographed over four decades. He ranges freely. Unconfined by time or subject, he randomly enriches our idea of what the city represents.
– Sir Harold Evans, Journalist, Writer, Editor