Louis Stettner : Traveling Light

Introduction by Clément Chéroux and Sally Martin Katz, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Paris: Cernunnos, 2019.


Ici Ailleurs

Introduction by Clément Chéroux and Julie Jones. Paris: Editions Xavier Barral, 2016.


Penn Station, New York

Introduction by Adam Gopnik. New York: Thames and Hudson, 2015.


Louis Stettner, photographe: Retrospective Bibliothèque Nationale

Paris: Casta Diva 2012.

Louis Stettner: Paris/New York

Bordeaux: Casta Diva, 2009.

Louis Stettner: Sophisme, photographies 1990-1999

Introduction by Michele Auer. Neuchatel: Editions Ides et Calendes, 1999.


Wisdom Cries Out in the Streets

Text by Louis Stettner. Paris: Flammarion, 1999.


Louis Stettner

Introduction by François Bernheim. Paris: Nathan, Collection Photo Poche, 1998.

Louis Stettner: American Photographer

Catalogue by Hilary Schmalbach. Achen: Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum, 1996.

Louis Stettner’s New York 1950s-1990s

Introduction by Barbara Einzig. New York: Rizzoli International Publications, 1996.


Sous le ciel de Paris

Introduction by François Cavanna. Paris: Parigramme, 1994.


Early Joys, Photographs from 1947-1972

Introduction by Brassai. New York: Janet Iffland Publisher, 1987.


Sur le Tas, book of 156 photographs

Introduction by François Cavanna. Paris: Cercle d’Art, 1979.


Women, portfolio of twenty-two photographs

New York: Stettner Studio, 1976.

Workers, a portfolio of twenty-four photographs

New York: Stettner Studio, 1974.

Paris-New York, a portfolio of ten photographs

Introduction by Brassai. Paris: Two Cities Publications, 1949.

Selected Essays & Books

“Cezanne’s Apple and the Photo League,” Aperture.

No. 112. Fall, 1988, pp. 14-35

Weegee the Famous

Editor. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1978.

“Speaking Out,” later entitled “A Humanist View”

A monthly column of photography criticism for Camera 35, New York: U.S. Camera Publishing Corporation 1971-79.

History of the Nude in American Photography

Editor. New York: Fawcett Publications, 1966.

35mm Photography

Editor. New York: U.S. Camera Publishing Corporation, 1956.