'marvellous ... how some of the world's best pictures were taken, edited and laid out in order to make the perfect statement' Sunday Times 'lavish, well-illustrated, and important' Daily Telegraph 'embracing gritty realism, glamour, intimacy and humour.' Esquire 'gives the reader some fascinating insights into [the photographers'] work...an extraordinary book.' British Journal of Photography 'A marvelous new photo collection' Business Week 'The kaleidoscope of world events and prominent figures found within these pages is astounding' Library Journal
Chris Boot is an independent photography writer and editor of both books and exhibitions. He joined Magnum Photos in 1990: after eight years he became Director of Magnum London in 1993, and subsequently Director of Magnum New York in 1996. In 1998, he joined Phaidon Press as Editorial Director of Photography. His recent projects include Gideon Mendel, A Broken Landscape (2001), Here is New York - A Democracy of Photographs (2002), Our True Intent Is All For Your Delight - the John Hinde Butlin's Photographs (2002) and Collecting Photography (2003).