For this really small black and white photo volume, 'Now I want to be your dog', the photographer Morten ANDERSEN exhumed his portraits of his French friend Antoine D'AGATA during their studies together at the ICP in New York in the early 1990s.
0,00 € Weight 0.1 kg
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 17 x 24 x 1,5 cm., 160 pp., b/w & color ills., text language: English, Ltd. to 600 copies
32,00 € *
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 116 pp., b/w ills., text language: Danish
0,00 € * Weight 0.8 kg
The #16 of the 'Books on Books' series deals with undisputedly one of the most famous and best Danish photo book titles, 'Drum' by Krass CLEMENT. In addition to the original faithful reproduction of the whole volume, it is completed by a readable essay.
59,50 € * Weight 0.5 kg
In his photo book 'Wrong', Asger CARLSEN looks past reality to a parallel existence. It is based on a true story and offers a haunting and disturbing perspective on the everyday. Absurdity & distortion present a satirical travesty of photographic culture.
198,00 € * Weight 0.4 kg
Long out-of-print photo volume 'Bag Saga Blok' by Danish Krass CLEMENT, is a neighborhood portrait spanning over five decades around an old movie theater in Copenhagen's Vesterbro neighborhood - presented with an impressive range of photographic styles.
from 298,00 € Weight 1.9 kg
In 'Belfast' Krass CLEMENT revisits his work over 30 years on, gathering 114 unpublished b/w images and carefully placing then in sequence, offered without caption or comment. His work invites the viewer to spot the lone figure walking through the scene.
from 68,00 € Weight 1.1 kg
This photo volume, 'Dublin', is the second by Danish photographer Krass CLEMENT after 'Drum' - a classic in the history of photo books - with black-and-white shots from Ireland. The photographs were taken in March 1991, during a stay in Monaghan.
178,00 € Weight 1 kg