'Ephemere' by Paul CUPIDO emphasizes the volatility of existence in the process of creation, metamorphosis and disappearance. It's about the fragility of life, the interconnectedness of human / non-human and the silence on which every expression is based.
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The photo volume '1078 Blue Skies / 4432 Days' by Anton KUSTERS contains limited edition Polaroid photos of the abstract blue skies above European concentration camps of the German Nazi regime. It is the result of a long-term project lasting six years.
from 80,00 € Weight 2 kg
Collectors edition of the book 'Rome' by Anders PETERSEN contains a pigment print in the size 20 x 29 cm, dated and signed on the back. The limitation to under 150 copies also makes them so interesting.
398,00 € *
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 30 x 21 cm., 32 pp., 38 b/w ills., text language: English, Ltd. to 300 copies
198,00 €
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 'Peace Dance' by Finnish photographer Sanne KATAINEN is a praise to the every day’s fleeting encounters with a touch of mystery and banality, depth and lightness, melancholy and shallowness at the same time.
37,00 € * Weight 0.6 kg
'Yashi no mi' by Miho YOKOCHI is a photo report about her travels to coastal cities in Japan - in the tradition of Tamiko NISHIMURA, who traveled to the Tohoku, Hokuriku, Kanto, Kansai and Chugoku in the 1970s and published her series as a photo book, too
48,00 € Weight 0.8 kg
Pb. (no dust jacket, as issued), 10,5 x 8 cm., 28 pp., 24 b/w & color ills., Ltd. to 120 numbered copies
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This 11th 'Des Oiseaux' photo book contains a new series Paolo PELLEGRIN. During a stay in Japan, he was impressed by the majesty of a colony of eagles. His photos from invite into a mysterious and ghostly world where only the animal presence reigns.
from 38,00 € Weight 0.6 kg
The book 'Memories People Places' by Swedish Anders PETERSEN, contains portraits from the series 'Ingen har sett allt', which were taken in a psychiatric hospital in Stockholm. It is the conclusion of a trilogy about worlds that are isolated from society.
98,00 € *