'AMERICAN POLYCHRONIC' includes the works of Roe ETHRIDGE created from 2000 to 2021. Artistic & personal work is arranged chronologically and interwoven with his commercial photography in reverse order creating a vivid sequence of harmonies & dissonances.
from 63,00 € Weight 2 kg
'Pandora's Camera' by Joan FONTCUBERTA gathers essays in which he considers the technological changes photography has experienced since the 2000s: between loss & hope, the disappearance of silver gelatin photography as well as the possibilities of digital
98,00 € * Weight 0.3 kg
In 'Rivers Run Through It' Mark RUWEDEL follows the Los Angeles River to the Pacific Ocean. Using large and medium format, he recalls 19th century photographers like WATKINS & O'SULLIVAN as well as 'New Topographics' photographers of the 1970s
from 52,00 € Weight 1 kg
The images in 'Di sguincio' by Guido GUIDI represent experimental dialogues between him and his 35mm camera. Antidocuments & anachronistic records comment ironically on photography's claim to truth showing his preoccupation with the medium's possibilities
from 55,00 € Weight 1.2 kg
'Vanilla Partner' by Torbjörn RODLAND brings together works made in Oslo, Tokyo, Beijing and Los Angeles. His fifth book continues in this vein, combining images of fetishized isolation in a layout that rejects the linear structure of thematic photo books
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The author Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa argues that the photobook is one of the most dynamic sites of artistic invention in photographic practice in the last decade. Therefore, in this volume, 'Dark Mirrors', he evaluates artistic works created in this form.
from 30,00 € Weight 0.5 kg
2nd print run, Leporello bound HC, 22,5 x 25 cm., 106 pp., 45 tritone plates, no text
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The out-of-print volume 'Almost There' by Aleix PLADEMUNT presents a challenging constellation of images: the vastness of landscapes, archaeological images of Neanderthal remains and other findings. It is an exploration of what is closest and farthest.
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The winning title of the First Book Award 2017. 'Nothing's in Vain' is a journey through Dakar, a metropolis in constant change. It is the photographer's answer to the experience of being uprooted and disoriented in the vibrant Senegalese capital in 2011.
25,00 € *