MACK is an independent art and photography publishing house based in London. Founded 2010 it works with established and emerging artists, writers and curators, and cultural institutions, releasing between 20-25 books per year.

'Alison' includes a body of self-portraits. Beginning in 1970s in b/w, evolving into an exuberant, colorful, and obsessive practice. A singular, long-term exploration with beautiful, hilarious, enigmatic, heartbreakingly sad photos, sometimes all at once.
40,00 € *
Out-of-print photo volume 'Redheaded Peckerwood' by American photographer Christian PATTERSON, which unerringly walks the fine line between fiction and nonfiction, is a disturbingly beautiful narrative about unfathomable violence and its place on the land
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'Le Luxe' by Roe ETHRIDGE contains works from the first decade of 21st century and takes its title from the French 'C'est pas du luxe', an ironic phrase of superfluous and at the same time existential luxury. Such paradoxes are interwoven with his work.
18,00 €
From its title to its formal arrangement of language, 'Dein Kampf' suggests a commentary on our cyclical anxieties about ideology. Anxiety is implicit in his photographs and Berlin - a city in which several ideologies collided - is their natural backdrop.
35,00 € * Weight 0.6 kg
This selection of 94 photographs in 'Tra l'altro. 1976-81', taken with 35mm cameras, stand for the transition from GUIDI's visual thinking and the progressive shift to color photography, which he began in the early 1980s with the large format 8x10 camera.
from 42,00 €
The photo volume 'Rowing a Tetrapod' by Japanese photographer Fumi ISHINO follows an aleatoric structure and is about the distinction between the local & the foreign and how it blurs. The book creates an imaginary space that is prone to misinterpretation.
35,00 € *
Catalan photographer Txema SALVANS' keen view of contemporary Spanish society. In the photo book 'My Kingdom' he combines black and white photos with quotes from the political rhetoric of the former King of Spain. This methodology makes emotions visible.
35,00 € *
Winner photo book of the 'First Book Award 2012'. A collection of postcards that grew between 1937 and 1980 and their legacy. Together these postcards tell us the story of two intertwined lives and the influence that collection has on their lives.
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What emerges in 'Golden Apple of the Sun' by Teju COLE, is a surprising portrait of a kitchen table in a home at a time of social, cultural as well as political upheaval. A written essay whose themes are as broad as the photos are broad in their subjects.
from 40,00 €
The winner of the First Book Award 2014 includes staged family photos. 'FROWST' refers to Bert Hellinger’s therapeutic method 'Family Constellations'; the title' takes up the paradoxical nature of the family: Frowsty rooms are both cozy and claustrophobic
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