'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 € *
This paperback volume, 'Shomei Tomatsu. Japan 1952-1981' from 1984 is a very informative catalog on the work of the Japanese photographer due to its well-made, precise selection of black-and-white photos as well as the essays written in two languages.
55,00 € * Weight 0.49 kg
'An Attic Full of Trains' contains a selection of 8000 previously unpublished pictures by the Italian photographer Alberto di LENARDO. The color photos from the 1960s to 80s complement your Luigi GHIRRI or Guido GUIDI collection perfectly.
from 30,00 €
This publication shows black & white protest photos from the 1960s in Japan. 'Agitators', however, is a more modern publication format of older photographic material, in which the photographer is involved. Kazuo KITAI played a decisive role in the design.
38,00 € *
Pb. (no dust jacket, as issued), 19 x 26 x 2 cm., 188 pp., b/w ills., bilingual texts: French / English
78,00 € *
In this out-of-print catalog volume 'Photographs 1961-1967' by Dennis HOPPER, 18 photographs were published for the first time at that time, as well as 21 photographs taken from the 1986 photo volume 'Ouf of the Sixties' and republished.
98,00 € * Weight 0.9 kg
Long out-of-print photo volume 'Bag Saga Blok' by Danish Krass CLEMENT, is a neighborhood portrait spanning over five decades around an old movie theater in Copenhagen's Vesterbro neighborhood - presented with an impressive range of photographic styles.
348,00 € Weight 1.9 kg
In 'Zuerst das Leben' Willy RONIS documents a modern socialism, ignoring the problems of the system. These are pictures about everyday life in the GDR, which - detached from the context of the Cold War - unfold their full stylistic and aesthetic effect.
39,00 € * Weight 1.1 kg
'Facing Britain', contains the most comprehensive show of work to date on British documentary photography, which is famous for its socio-political themes such as unemployment, migration, racism, consumer society, gender justice and warlike conflicts.
34,00 € * Weight 1.1 kg
German-Dutch photographer Germaine KRULL is one of the discoverers of modernity. For a long time, her works were hardly accessible because they were scattered in individual archives. The out-of-print catalog with over 150 vintage prints closes this gap.
from 28,00 € Weight 1.4 kg