The Seventh Dog by Danny LyonThe Seventh Dog by Danny Lyon

The Seventh Dog

byDanny Lyon

Hardcover | April 14, 2014

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Named one of the season's best photography books by TIME Lightbox.

Danny Lyon is one of the 20th century's most influential documentary photographers. InThe Seventh Dog, Lyon tells the story of his personal photographic journey, beginning in the present day and moving back in time through the 1950s. Beautifully produced, this unique photo book features Lyon's own writings, collages, letters, documents, and color and black-and-white photographs - many published here for the first time.

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Title:The Seventh DogFormat:HardcoverDimensions:11.25 × 11.25 × 1.25 inPublished:April 14, 2014Publisher:Phaidon PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0714848530

ISBN - 13:9780714848532

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"Photographer of all things rebellious and quietly wild, Phaidon’s retrospective covers nearly 7 decades of Danny Lyon’s work and includes some never–before–seen images and mixed media work, along with written commentary by the man behind the lens." – TIME LightBox "This unconventional monograph of the work of photographer, writer, and filmmaker Lyon is a revealing hybrid memoir in text and images. . . Reproductions of his striking photographs are interspersed with collages of documents and images, as well as evocative writing about the personal, political, and professional moments that defines his career" – Publishers Weekly "Photography is not merely [Lyon’s] occupation or livelihood. This medium and his life are inextricably linked, and he reveals this plainly through a seamless weaving of the personal and professional. . . A lovely informality results from this combination of elements, as if we are rummaging unfettered through his studio." – photo–eye ". . . a poignant personal account of the remarkable 50 year career of one of America’s most original photographers." – Juxtapoz "More than just another monograph or retrospective photo book. . . a remarkably raw and compelling journey" – Faded and Blurred "A far cry from the vacuous coffee table art books with which it shares its considerable scale. This tome requires work. But it is the kind of work that any lover of the medium will welcome with great enthusiasm, relishing every moment spent with the work of a great artist." – photo‐eye "Lyon is a national treasure." – EDGE on the net "Allure of the outlaw. . . [Lyon] takes risks to get great photos." – Classic Bike Magazine