'She dances on Jackson' by Vanessa WINSHIP is the result of travelings across the United States - from California to Virginia, from New Mexico to Montana - always in search of the 'American Dream'. It contains her typical portraits & landscape photographs
248,00 € Weight 1 kg
The book 'Between Maple and Chestnut' by Terri WEIFENBACH is about the idyllic home - starting point in the 'American somewhere'. Through the use of selective focus & shallow depth of field, the photographer enters a space between painting & photography.
198,00 €
'The World's First Photobook Was Blue', by ALBÁRRAN CABRERA shows their work as well as explains their artistic process. The title is a reference to Anna ATKINS, the spiral binding to BRASSAI and the book itself is a tribute to photography's complexity.
198,00 € Weight 0.7 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
In 'Scatching My Name on Your Arm', the American photographer Deanna TEMPLETON documents the prevailing trend in California in the early 2000s that famous surfers' immortalize 'themselves on their fans' bare skin or underwear and bathing clothes.
148,00 €
Double HC in one sleeve, 22 x 26 x 5 cm., 64 & 76 pp., color ills., text language: English, Ltd. to 1,000 copies
148,00 € *
'Real Life Dramas' by Mary FREY is a time machine that takes us 35 years back in time, into the reality of an undetermined place. Hyperreal photographs capture charged banalities on large-format films: images of people of the US-American middle class.
148,00 € * Weight 1.1 kg
The documentation of the domestic bird world in this self published book, 'The Pillar' by Stephen GILL, was designed by the Greger Ulf NILSSON to a high-quality volume, which pleases not only birdwatchers, but also photo book lovers with lasting effect.
98,00 € Weight 1.4 kg
The photo book 'Reading Raymond Carver' shows how the young photographer Mary FREY began in 1979 to photograph family, friends and strangers in their immediate surroundings. Responsibility, duties, worries and the need to look for meaning in everyday life
98,00 € Weight 0.8 kg