Hatje Cantz Verlag is an international specialist publisher for art, architecture, photography & design, founded in 1945. Around 200 new titles are currently appearing in the publishing program every year.

Vorzugsausgabe mit sign. & num. Originalabzug (Aufl. 20 +2 hc) in gewebebezogener Grafikmappe. Buch: HC, 32,5 x 28,5 cm., 120 pp., 112 ills.(43 in color), German & English
850,00 € *
'An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar' by Taryn SIMON provides amazing insights into remote corners of the USA. With her pictures, she opens up unknown, even uncanny territories of a society whose self-image is based on being open & transparent.
498,00 € * Weight 1.7 kg
'Poppy. Trails of Afghan Heroin 'by Dutch Robert KNOTH and Antoinette de JONG, traces the heroin journey, which leads from Afghanistan via Central Asia, Russia and the Balkans to East Africa, Dubai and Western Europe and gets lost in the streets of London
398,00 €
The book 'Overpainted Photographs' pays tribute to an extensive complex of works by Gerhard RICHTER. In his oeuvre, he repeatedly drew on photographs as the basis for his works. In contrast, he also painted over photographic prints directly with oil paint
from 398,00 €
The out-of-print photographic volume 'Story/No Story' by Tobias ZIELONY provides an overview of his work since 2000, which has mainly been taken in social hotspots in Bristol, Halle-Neustadt, Marseille, South Los Angelesas well as in Winnipeg, Canada.
248,00 € * Weight 0.9 kg
This out-of-print monograph on the work of the Iraqi photographer Latif al ANI gives a very good impression of international life in the 1960s and 1970s in a metropolis in the Middle East. 112 b/w photographs in almost page-filling square format.
248,00 € * Weight 1.2 kg
18 'Ostkreuz' photographers portrait residents of Auroville, the slums of Manila, and the center of a decaying Detroit, Ordos in China, the artificiality of Dubai, and the bombed-out buildings in Gaza. The result is a portrait of a city that is all cities
198,00 €
The large-format photo book explores the relationship between animals, humans and nature through a contemporary interpretation of the millennial hunting genre. The series examines a classic topic in the border area between documentary photography and art.
178,00 €
In the volume 'DDR Ansichten. Views of a Vanished Country', Thomas HOEPKER documents life and the GDR from 1959 until the fall of the Berlin Wall: rallies, dilapidated facades & prefabricated buildings, empty display cases as well as portraits of artists.
178,00 € Weight 1.7 kg