In 'Unresolved' Meinrad SCHADE examines how conflicts also show themselves in everyday life. The series, made in Israel & Palestine, is the continuation of his long-term project 'Krieg ohne Krieg' documenting landscapes and people in the grip of conflicts
from 29,80 € Weight 0.8 kg
Inspired by military manuals, American ex-soldier Ben Brody's diary-like photo book 'Attention Servicemember' is a passionate exploration of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
from 198,00 € Weight 0.9 kg
HC (no dust jacket, as issued) 19,5 x 22,5 x 1,5 cm., 88 pp., 54 color ills., text language: Swedish
68,00 €
For his volume 'Wall and Peace', Kai WIEDENHÖFER has documented walls and barrier fences all over the world: in Berlin, Belfast, Mexico, Ceuta & Melilla, in Baghdad and the wall on the border line with the West Bank, with the Gaza Strip, Lebanon, Egypt.
125,00 € *
In out-of-print volume 'This is War' Moises SAMAN shows what war really means: pain, destruction, darkness. The images are far from that reality that today's media present in the form of hypertechnical video games, as shiny and manipulated TV productions.
58,00 € Weight 0.4 kg
'Kafkanistan' by Lukas BIRK explores the world of present day tourism to conflict areas such as Afghanistan, Pakistan as well as Iran. The paperback formast contains more than 300 photos & illustrations plus a free DVD with two films and special features.
38,00 € Weight 1.1 kg
Portraits of some of the largest cities in the world. The metropolises conceived and built as vessels of human activity are transformed into monuments of silence: empty, sometimes eerie places for activity and relaxation that still have to take place.
45,00 € *
In his out-of-print book 'Legitimacy of Landscape' Yaakov ISRAEL explors the Arab, Bedouin & Druze villages in Israel ( Palestine. It follows in the footsteps of the in the Holy Land in the 19th century active photographers Félix BONFILS & Francis FRITH.
98,00 € * Weight 0.8 kg
'Polis' - 'the city', as the Greeks simply called Istanbul became 2015 an experience that went far beyond the purely geographical division. SCHWERTFEGER shows the scars of the city and her roughness - a portrait of the metropolis beyond the usual clichés.
from 38,00 €
Pb., 236 pp., 115 b/w & 100 color ills.,
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