Announcements available for pre-order

In the 'Pre-Order Now' category you will find titles that Cafe Lehmitz Photobooks has picked up and will ship in the future. Since these are often titles for which CLP pays in advance, the price at the time of recording and the price at the time of availability may vary.

'Chargesheimer fotografiert Jazz' contains portraits of musicians and their Cologne performances, as well as studio shots that also served as models for posters and record covers. Of around 600 negatives, a large part is published here for the first time.
35,00 € *
'Stadt. Land. Hund' (City. Country. Dog) Photographs 1966-2010' accompanies an exhibition on the work by Sibylle BERGEMANN. In over 200 photographs it presents her unique cosmos. For the first time, it contains motifs from her early work in former GDR.
48,00 € *
The debut photo book, 'Auto Land Scape' by Michael TEWES, is the result of a long-term project. He brings highways into our field of vision, shows them as an independent architectural form and elicits details from them that we otherwise do not perceive.
48,00 €
'Gathered Leaves Annotated' by Alec SOTH brings together five books on over 700 pages of newsprint, updated the original by adding double-page spreads with detailed annotations as notes & text, as well as additional photos. A new compass through his work.
from 55,00 €
In 'Butterflies and Caterpillars' Ardelle SCHNEIDER documents the current drag scene in the USA. In doing so, she allows the subtleties of the characters to become visible. With a careful lighting direction, she creates shots full of intimacy and dignity.
45,00 € *
The bibliophile photo volume 'Panoptikum' by Herbert LIST, published for the first time, contains b/w photographs taken in 1944 in the Prater in Vienna, which show fairy tale scenes, historical tableaux as well as medical subjects created from wax figures
54,00 € *
The book 'River Under Earth' by Dmitry ERMAKOV shows some essence of the original beauty of the European part of Russia - from Baltic Sea to Western Siberia - where real pagans live and Orthodox Russia is a silent agreement of the people with the rulers.
85,00 € *
This photo volume, 'Streets of Boston' by American photographer Mike SMITH, gathers detailed black and white portraits of residents of Boston streets. He worked with a large, weighty camera that held people's attention long enough to get the job done.
58,00 € *
'Une Intime Distance', explores the work of Nicholas NIXON, offering a cross-section of his oeuvre. Arranged around the Brown Sisters longterm-series are previously unpublished series: Industrial Landscapes, Southern Stater portraits to Close-ups of Faces
47,50 € *
'War & Peace in New York. Photographs 1966-1970' by Tod PAPAGEORGE, comprises two photo volumes that provide a comprehensive portrait of a troubled city in a dark, febrile time. This is a city built sweetly, if seriously, at heart, to belong and to like.
280,00 € *