'Fotografien 1980-2010' gives a perfect overview of the photographic work of Hans-Christian SCHINK, including his series around German unity and series created in Asia. The conflict between civilization and nature can be found in almost all his works.
from 28,00 €
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 18 x 24 cm., 96 pp., 55 color ills., English
35,00 € *
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 20 x 24 cm., 216 pp., 95 color ills., text language: English
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SC, 23 x 29 cm., 216 pp., highly illustrated in color, English
30,00 € *
Embossed linen bound HC (no dust jacket, as issued) with tipped-in image on back cover, 22 x 29 x 1,5 cm., 80 pp., color ills., text language:
38,00 € *
Japanese bound pb., 24 x 30 cm., 92 pp., 57 color ills., bilingual text: English / French
28,00 € *
SC (no dust jacket, as issued), 19,5 x 14 cm., 144 pp., color ills., German
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In his haunting, fascinating photo essay about a dump in Ghana, South African photographer Pieter HUGO exposes the repressed downside of fast-moving consumption and tells of a community characterized by poverty and the will to survive of every individual.
128,00 €
In 'Natural Order', Edward BURTYNSKY captures a moment in spring 2020 when nature briefly caught its breath due to the corona lockdown. With his camera in his home, Gray County, Ontario, he documents the complexity, magic & resilience of the natural order
98,00 € *
In 'Hinterland', Hans-Christian SCHINK tries to strike a balance between the brittle beauty of this landscape form and its melancholy atmosphere, which results from the endangerment of this landscape by the permanent exploitation of its resources.
from 45,00 € Weight 1.3 kg