Photo volume 'Private Views. A Highrise Panorama of Manhattan' by Andi SCHMIED provides views from the tallest buildings in Manhattan, for example over Central Park, or from the bathroom in Calacatta Tucci marble with a view of the Empire State Building.
72,50 €
German photographer In the photo book '4100 Duisburg' you can see how the photographer Laurenz BERGEual language of silence and light that captures the visible present of places over which history seems to have passed as well as the echoes of former life.
from 68,00 € Weight 1.83 kg
'But Still, It Turns', a photo and text book edited by prominent British photo artist Paul GRAHAM, brings together collected dynamic and diverse works that tell open stories. These are brought together in this volume - in harmony and revealing dissonance.
55,00 € *
The multi-layered photographs in 'Metropolis. Berlin' by Barbara WOLFF take the viewer on an emotional journey through the city. 'Metropolis' is about the change of the city of Berlin, about provocation and chaos, about secrets, but also about visions.
39,90 € Weight 1.2 kg
The volume 'Seventy-Two and One Half Miles Across Los Angeles' documents Mark RUWEDEL's across Los Angeles. His route was designed to cross as many geographic, economic, political and cultural borders as possible. Ed RUSCHA's books served as inspiration.
40,00 € *
The photo book 'The Local' by Nick MEYER documents an US-American location in Masschustettes between striving and decline, a deeply personal report that reveals the struggles, the tumult and everyday life in a place where parameters themselves have moved.
from 35,00 €
'The Italian Photobook 1931-1941' by Giorgio Grillo traces the short, intense history of (photo)graphic modernism in Italy - as a medium between autonomous visual research and a 'functional' use in the often overlapping areas of advertising & propaganda.
44,00 € * Weight 0.985 kg
In 1977, Stephen SHORE travelled across an area of industrial decline, later known as the Rust Belt. Commissioned as an photographic report, 'Steel Town' provides an immersive portrait of a time and place whose significance to our own is ever more urgent.
from 50,00 €
In 'Köln in Wirtschaftswunderzeiten' (economic miracles), Heinz HELD portrays the city of Cologne its residents from the 'rubble times' to the mid-1970s. The era of acceleration & expansion is reflected in its views of buildings, everyday life & portraits
29,80 € *
This self-published volume, 'Ich hatte zwar eigentlich Lamm bestellt, aber kein Problem' has the subtitle 'A walk through my soul'. As in his other, self-published book titles, Gerald v. FORIS has its own, highly inspiring imagery. Limited to 300 copies.
36,00 € *