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              The Thinkers (hardcover) by David Llada

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              The Thinkers by David Llada

              The Thinkers is a visual tribute to the game of chess, showcasing the emotions, exertions and desires of the players, and conveying the mental intensity only chess can command. Included are some of the most iconic portraits of today’s stars, as well as emotive shots of ordinary players from all over the world, with photos taken over the last five years in venues such as Mombasa, London, Chennai, Las Vegas, Baku and Sao Paulo.

              Llada’s photographs capture the full richness and drama of the game, making this the most visually stunning book ever devoted to chess.

              David Llada (born in Spain in 1978) has always been connected to the chess world, first as a professional chess journalist, publishing his contributions in all the world’s major chess magazines. In recent times he has earned a reputation as the chess photographer, working as Official Photographer at the three most recent Olympiads.

              “David Llada’s pictures are full of life, and they are colourful even if black-and-white. Precisely as the game of chess itself.” – GM Emil Sutovsky, ACP President

              • Hardcover only, 31x24cm
              • 208 pages of the finest Fedrigoni paper
              • 111 photographs in black-and-white, 66 in full colour, with 16 breathtaking double spreads

              ISBN: 978-1-78483-033-5 - Published 16 November 2017

              Reviews

              “David Llada’s The Thinkers is a sumptuous collection of more than 170 photographs of players from around the world. His subjects range from world champions to street hustlers, but the real focus of the work is the game itself, the struggle, and the agon... Brilliant, brilliant stuff.”

              John Hartmann, Chess Life

              The Thinkers by David Llada

              The Thinkers is a visual tribute to the game of chess, showcasing the emotions, exertions and desires of the players, and conveying the mental intensity only chess can command. Included are some of the most iconic portraits of today’s stars, as well as emotive shots of ordinary players from all over the world, with photos taken over the last five years in venues such as Mombasa, London, Chennai, Las Vegas, Baku and Sao Paulo.

              Llada’s photographs capture the full richness and drama of the game, making this the most visually stunning book ever devoted to chess.

              David Llada (born in Spain in 1978) has always been connected to the chess world, first as a professional chess journalist, publishing his contributions in all the world’s major chess magazines. In recent times he has earned a reputation as the chess photographer, working as Official Photographer at the three most recent Olympiads.

              “David Llada’s pictures are full of life, and they are colourful even if black-and-white. Precisely as the game of chess itself.” – GM Emil Sutovsky, ACP President

              • Hardcover only, 31x24cm
              • 208 pages of the finest Fedrigoni paper
              • 111 photographs in black-and-white, 66 in full colour, with 16 breathtaking double spreads

              ISBN: 978-1-78483-033-5 - Published 16 November 2017

              Reviews

              “David Llada’s The Thinkers is a sumptuous collection of more than 170 photographs of players from around the world. His subjects range from world champions to street hustlers, but the real focus of the work is the game itself, the struggle, and the agon... Brilliant, brilliant stuff.”

              John Hartmann, Chess Life



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