'The British Isles' by Jamie HAWKESWORTH documents over 13 years of life in the United Kingdom. The photographs paint an alternative history of this turbulent period in British history, a period marked by austerity, referendums, celebrations and conflict.
from 120,00 € Weight 1.6 kg
This photo volume 'The Moth' by Jem SOUTHAM has its origins in a black-and-white photograph taken in Cornwall in 1983. From this moment, the book unfolds like a succession of memories, only briefly interrupted by a sublime moment of the rural environment.
from 45,00 € Weight 0.8 kg
The reedit of a Japanese photobook classic! Coastal landscapes of Hokkaido serve as the backdrop for the deeply dark and impressionistic photographs of ominous flocks of crows in 'Ravens'. Masahisa FUKASE's mourning or an allegory of dark post-war Japan?
90,00 € * Weight 1.2 kg
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 23,5 x 22,5 x 2 cm., 112 pp., 78 color ills., text language: English
from 60,00 €
The out-of-print photo volume 'Incoming' by Richard MOSSE deals with migration. It captures the haunting nature of the same-named film, combining stills from the entire sequence to present the harsh and compelling narrative in a complete fade-out layout.
98,00 € * Weight 1.2 kg
This beautifully designed catalog volume, 'And Time Folds', accompanied the great retrospective of the British photographer Vanessa WINSHIP and includes all of her important series as well as heretofore unpublished current works.
78,00 € * Weight 0.9 kg
'TTP' by Hayahisa TOMIYASU consists of a series of photos taken from the 8th floor window of his student dormitory in Leipzig. Each picture is composed similarly, but turning the page, we see how the function of the ping-pong table is constantly changing.
from 45,00 € Weight 0.9 kg
For this volume, 'A Dark Thread', over a dozen renowned noir authors were commissioned to write a short story in response to one or more of Henry WESSEL's b/w photographs. In this first edition, it is French authors and the photographs that inspired them.
28,00 € * Weight 0.2 kg
For the study of the construction of our social reality, JUROTSCHKIN uses the words for the title, with which the research commission in Tarkovsky's film 'Solaris' (1986) denies the traces of alien life on the planet. Shortlisted for First Book Award 2017
37,00 €