The first series by Pawel JASZCZUK, 'Sleeping Train', was created in 2004. This small volume contains full-page portraits of sleeping travelers on the Tokyo subway. A great addition to 'Tokyo Compression', 'Subway' (Bruce Davidson) and 'Manhattan Transit'
from 24,00 € Weight 0.2 kg
'Stable Vices' by Joanna PIOTROWSKA is an ambitious photo volume that focuses on the concepts of protection, freedom and oppression, crystallizing a spectrum that runs like a thread through the Polish photographer's work and keeps driving her.
0,00 € * Weight 0.5 kg
HC, 17 x 21 cm., 88 pp., 42 ills. (14 color & 28 b/w), Ltd. to 350 copies
248,00 € Weight 0.4 kg
In the documentary photo book 'The Imaginary Republic', Polish photographer Pawel JASZCZUK, with the assistance of manga critic Kaoru NAGAYAMA, who wrote the essay, explores the Japanese penchant for erotic comics in which girls are the main characters.
from 38,00 € Weight 0.2 kg
'Alexander' is a story based on the relationship between politics, history and culture, centred around the construction of a national myth in the (former Yugoslav) republic of Macedonia - a state with no name. On the Shortlist for First Book Award 2019.
49,50 € *
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 29 x 24 x 1,5 cm., 786 pp., 34 color ills., text language: Polish
32,00 € *
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 17 x 20 x 1,5 cm., 152 pp., 57 color ills., text language: English
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Pb. (no dust jacket, as issued), text language: English
42,00 € *
The out-of-print volume 'Kinky City' by Pawel JASZCZUK show moments of intoxication as well as the opposite of everyday life. Daybreak means a change of clothes: from latex & uniform to suits & business suits that cover the bruises of the past few hours.
120,00 € * Weight 0.4 kg
For his photo volume 'Sumo', Tomasz GUDZOWATY works with the rebellious aesthetic of 'are-bure-bokeh' (rough, blurred, out of focus). A style that emerged in Japan in the 1960s as a counter-current to the prevailing norm of photojournalism at the time.
58,00 € *