Reuel Golden is the former editor of the British Journal of
Photography and the Photography editor at TASCHEN. His TASCHEN
titles include: Mick Rock: The Rise of David Bowie, both London and
New York Portrait of a City books, The Rolling Stones, Her Majesty,
the National Geographic editions, the David Bailey SUMO and Andy
Walter Chandoha (1920–2019) was a combat photographer in the Second World War, before a chance encounter with a cat led him on a path that would shape his professional career. He is regarded as the world’s greatest domestic animal photographer with a career spanning over seven decades and an archive of more than 200,000 photographs. His photographs have appeared on over 300 magazine covers, thousands of advertisements, and were regularly featured in magazines such as Life, Look, and their equivalents around the world.
A journey through the second half of the 20th century, and the dogs
who joined us along the way.
This book offers a joyous lesson on how to let go and enjoy the now.
Luscious, Technicolor portraits of over 60 different breeds taken over the course of [Chandoha's] 70-year career.
A heartfelt ode to man's best friend.
Walking the supermarket pet-food aisle in the 1960s was like attending a Chandoha gallery opening; almost every brand used his work on its packaging at one point.