Lehmstedt Verlag was founded in Leipzig in 2003 and is known in specialist circles as "the first address for photo books from the East". It is always worth taking a look at the new photography releases.

3rd print run, HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 25 x 28 x 2 cm., 192 pp., 169 full-paged duotone ills.,
78,00 € *
This photo book, 'ZwischenZeiten', by Michael KERSTGENS contains b/w photographs taken in Mühlhausen (Thuringia) in March 1990. An empathetic documentation of the city and its inhabitants - historical, but unspectacular and therefore all the more moving.
from 22,00 €
by Mathias Bertram (ed.), Special ed. in two books, slipcaes and with dust jacket, each 24,5 x 27,5 cm., total approx.420 pp., b/w ills., text language: German - GERMAN TEXT ONLY! Lehmstedt Verlag, 2020.
48,00 € *
'Todesmarsch 1945. Leipzig – Fojtovice' is a harrowing combination of contemporary documents, survivor reports and artistic photographs as black & white double exposures by Herbert NAUMANN as an impressive reminder of the terrible suffering that spring.
25,00 € *
The images by Uwe STEINBERG in 'Berlin. Fotografien 1963-1983' range from observations in the Central Market Hall at Alexanderplatz from the early 1960s to insights into the industrial working world of the 70s to a long-term study of Schönhauser Allee.
25,00 € * Weight 0.9 kg
New publication of the 1982 black and white photos by Roger MELIS, first published in 1986 as a photo book. 'Paris zu Fuss' (Paris on Foot) was the first book by an East German photographer who told life in a strange city through photography alone.
198,00 € Weight 1.1 kg
Zwei gebundene Ausgaben mit Schutzumschlag im Pappschuber, jeweils 24,5 x 27,5 cm., etwa 420 S., S/W-Abb., deutsch-sprachiger Text - GERMAN TEXT ONLY!
48,00 € * Weight 2.4 kg