STANLEY/BARKER is an independent publishing house in the heart of the English countryside. Founded in London, Rachel & Gregory Barker produce highly individual photo volumes to offer young people the opportunity to learn about publishing.

'Town of C' by Richard ROTHMAN is a meditation on what lies beneath the surface of U.S. culture, seen through the lens of a small southern Colorado town. it is in the tradition of socially critical photo books by Walker EVANS, Robert FRANK & Robert ADAMS.
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HC, 24,5 x 31 cm., 104 pp., 91 color ills., text language: English
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This photo volume, '15 Miles to K-Ville' by Mark STEINMETZ, is a poetic journey through the outskirts of a fictional city somewhere between Knoxville, Tennessee & Athens, Georgia. The melancholic portraits as well as landscapes date from the early 1990s.
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In '1985' Bill HENSON combines photographs of ancient Egypt, with Suburban Melbourne and creates an imaginary world. This series are imbued with a sense of unreality, as night falls and we begin to rely upon the heightening sensitivity of our other senses
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HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 30 x 24 cm., 80 pp., 29 duotone ills., text language: English
49,00 € *
Swiss bound pb., (no dust jacket, as issued), 30 x 21 x 1,5 cm., 72 pp., 34 duotone ills., text language: English
52,00 € *
Shortlisted for the Arles 2023 Historical Book Award, the photography book 'One Brief Moment' reproduces original prints by US photographer Dave HEATH with beautiful precision. Many of these prints exist only as single work prints.
54,00 € * Weight 0.7 kg
The photographic volume 'At the Beach' by Tod PAPAGEORGE is the result of a long-term project that began in 1975 and ended in 1988. In 1978 he returned to Los Angeles to expand the series he had begun three years earlier, adding images in 1981 and 1988.
58,00 € *
This volume 'Crimson Line' by the Australian photographer Trent PARKE is about his passion for the transformative powers of light, the ephemeral changing colors of dawn & dusk, the multitude or different reds that made him curious about the color crimson.
62,00 €
The photo publication 'The Polaroid Kidd' by Mike BRODIE consists of fifty Polaroid housed in a gray cardboard case with silkscreen printing. The design is inspired by the punk ethos the people pictured live by and the utilitarian train cars they ride in.
68,00 € * Weight 0.8 kg