The photo book 'Brandmauern' (firewalls) by Harf ZIMMERMANN contains traces of the bombings of the Second World War, with bullet holes, bomb splinters and outlines of past buildings, whether densely overgrown, bare or covered with graffiti and advertising
78,00 € * Weight 1.6 kg
The limited edition catalog 'Faces and Places. 1980-2023' contains reproductions of several pages from the albums of US-American photographer Jamel SHABAZZ (b.1960), focusing on his extensive portrait work in New York City parks over the last forty years.
54,00 € * Weight 1 kg
This catalog volume of the work of Swedish artist duo Klara KÄLLSTRÖM & Thobias FÄLDT between 2011 and 2021 invites us to critically consider the prevailing narratives about today's world and how photography is used in the creation of these narratives.
78,00 € * Weight 2 kg
The photo publication 'The Polaroid Kidd' by Mike BRODIE consists of fifty Polaroid housed in a gray cardboard case with silkscreen printing. The design is inspired by the punk ethos the people pictured live by and the utilitarian train cars they ride in.
58,00 € * Weight 0.8 kg
The mono.kultur issue #37 is dedicated to US-american photojournalist & war reporter James NACHTWEY. One issue consists of photographs, the other of an interview, reproduced in English, about the reality of wars and how images can bring about resistance.
24,00 € * Weight 0.1 kg
The photo book 'Udachny/Lucky' by Hanne van ASSCHE contains portraits, landscapes and details of Udachny, a small mining town in a remote Russian region. Hospitality and optismism of the inhabitants turn the scenery into a vibrant and colorful community.
55,00 € * Weight 0.7 kg
The photo volume'Tokyo Jazz Joints' by Northern Irish photographer Philip ARNEILL and James Catchpole documents the culture of disappearing jazz pubs and cafes in Japan / Tokyo, the Jazu Kissa, where jazz records are played and time seems to stand still.
45,00 € * Weight 0.8 kg
98,00 € * Weight 0.3 kg