Based on the federal popular initiative 'Against Mass Immigration', the photo book 'How to secure a Country' by migrant Salvatore VITALE explores where the Swiss need for security originates from and how it became an essential part of their culture.
35,00 € *
HC with dust jacket, 18,5 x 24 x 2,5 cm. (9,5 x 7 in.), 160 pp., 120 duotone b/w ills., English
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With b/w works by Antoine D'AGATA, Trent PARKE, Anders PETERSEN, Roger BALLEN, Jacob Aue SOBOL, Keizo KITAJIMA, Kim THUE, Marco VERNASCHI, Margaret M. DE LANGE, Michael ACKERMAN, Olivier PIN FAT, Giancarlo CERAUDO and Daisuke YOKOTA
398,00 € *
In 'Sakura', Yoshinori MIZUTANI attempts to visualize the movement of his observing eyes as well as distill the visual experience of meditating & wandering over the blossom tree. He shows that photography is also capable of capturing the passage of time.
from 75,00 €
The photo book 'Vanished Spain. España Años 50' offers a comprehensive insight into the photography of Spanish filmaker Carlos SAURA, focussed on his b/w work of the 1950s: convincing images of landscapes, villages, bullfights & people from another time.
65,00 € *
Two slipcased HC, 20,5 x 26,5 cm., 344 pp., English
68,00 € *
3rd print run, linen bound HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 23,5 x 28,5 x 1,5 cm., 80 pp., text language: English
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In her photo volume 'Summer Heart', Cologne based photographer Thekla EHLING accompanies the growing up of her own children. She documents situations and moods and the viewer finds himself entangled in associations and memories of his own childhood.
48,00 € *
In this book Dotan SAGUY documents the ten-month stay of a family who immigrated from Brazil to the USA and their alternative lifestyle in Los Angeles. The book remembers on Sally MANN's 'Immediate Family', b/w photographs are accompanied by interviews.
49,90 € * Weight 0.78 kg