'Nachtfahrt. A Taxi Blues' by Josef ŠNOBL shows the happiness & misery of the cab business in poignant pictures, unbelievable events and observations. A unique insight into the phenomenon of the big city between drunks, celebrities and business travelers.
25,00 €
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 20,5 x 26,5 cm., 120 pp. + 40 pp. booklet, English, Ltd. to 300 copies
55,00 € *
The photo book volume 'Retrospective' is a catalog about Gerard Petrus FIERET and gives an idea of ​​the enormous oeuvre the Dutch photographer has created as an obsessive recorder of everything that came his way in a period of just ten years (1965-1975).
46,50 € *
In 'City Diaries' Swedish photographer Anders PETERSEN - in 2008 awarded with the Erich Salomon Prize by the DGPh - the less public side of urban life, e.g. in Stockholm, Tokyo and St. Petersburg. The fourth 'Diary' has been announced for 2020.
248,00 €
Pb. (no dust jacket, as issued), 24 x 30 x 1,5 cm., 128 pp., 80 color ills., bilingual texts: English / German
0,00 € *
For 40 years the Swiss police officer Arnold ODERMATT captured accident scenes & property damage. What results from his official work is 'Karambolage', a selection of melancholic, sometimes funny & always strange atmospheric photos of our mobile society.
168,00 € Weight 3.5 kg
For 'I've Been Here Once Before', filmmaker David Teboul selected stills from a documentary about Boris MIKHAILOV, which fill books' middle section. Cleverly arranged, the single motifs create the impression of a cinematic sequence as you turn the pages.
24,00 € Weight 0.7 kg
This new edition of 'Once, Still and Forever' (original released in 2013) is limited to 1,000 signed copies. BACKHAUS proves her infallible instinct for picture compositions that open up a cosmos of unforeseen meanings in the midst of loving familiarity.
98,00 € *
Linen bound HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 20 x 23,5 x 1,5 cm., 156 pp., 70 color ills., text language: English
36,00 € *
For this really small black and white photo volume, 'Now I want to be your dog', the photographer Morten ANDERSEN exhumed his portraits of his French friend Antoine D'AGATA during their studies together at the ICP in New York in the early 1990s.
0,00 € Weight 0.1 kg