Aman Iman / The Eyes develops editorial projects, advisory actions and events in the field of photography and visual arts. Every year, they publishes The Eyes magazine, monographs, artists’ objects and essays around the image and photography.

HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 20 x 27 x 1,5 cm., 112 pp., b/w ills., bilingual texts: French / English
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This 2nd volume, 'Conversations 2', by Rémi Coignet contains a set of 15 talks he did with players in contemporary photography to investigate the role of the volumes in the work of photographers, designers & publishers - and how their books are designed.
from 25,00 € Weight 0.43 kg
In 'Conversations', Rémi Coignet explores in interviews the question of what role the photo book plays in the work of photographers, designers & publishers and how their titles are conceived. Two more volumes with interviews have been published until now.
from 29,50 € Weight 0.28 kg
Linen bound HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 25 x 19 x 1 cm., 60 pp., b/w illls., text language: English
58,00 €
Linen bound HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 29 x 24 x 1,5 cm., 72 pp., color ills., text language: English
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The third volume in the series 'Conversations' by Remi Coignet also contains interviews with participants from the international photo scene on the role of the photo book in the work of photographers, designers & publishers, as well as their book design.
from 25,00 €
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 30 x 21 x 3 cm., 224 pp., b/w ills., bilingual texts: English / French
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A real must-have for those interested in photo books. In more than 70 interviews, specialist author Rémi Coignet investigates the role of the photo book in the work of photographers, designers and publishers and how their photo books are designed.
from 75,00 €
This is one of 40 deluxe copies including a SIGNED print, tipped in; the book is also SIGNED by Petersen & numbered. Published in 2009 it's a new edition of the Swedish photographer's first book, originally published in 1973 by Fyra Förläggare.
750,00 € *
Re-issue from 2013. Following 'Café Lehmitz', this series, 'Gröna Lund', was also produced in a closed world, one of Sweden’s oldest amusement parks, situated on one of Stockholm’s islands and dating back to 1883. Also swiss bound like the original edit.
68,00 €