'The Disappeared' by ambitous photo book editor contains portraits of people who disappeared in Argentina. It is a political bond that wants to keep the memory of these people alive. Printed on thin paper, it is primarily an inexpensive photo book item.
198,00 € * Weight 0.3 kg
'The Many Lives of Erik Kessels' provides an overview of how to better understand and appreciate the hybrid way of working of the Dutch photographic artist Erik KESSELS, who defies any categorization. With more than twenty works as well as many essays.
32,00 € * Weight 1.2 kg
'Let’s get shitfaced, it’s free.' contains photographic recordings, Erik KESSELS' answer to the idea of ​​a sketchbook - brought into a form that examines image contexts, themes, colors and textures; not to give answers, but to provoke and to question.
38,00 €
The very small photo book, 'Until death do us part', comes in an original box for cigarettes. It alludes to the role that cigarettes play in Chinese weddings: as a sign of appreciation, it is common for the bride to light a cigarette for every man invited
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Loose-leaf publication in a metallic gold bag, 30,5 x 38 x 1 cm., 40 pp., color ills.,
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In 'Gülistan' Lukas BIRK tells the story of Kenan & Filiz from Istanbul, who celebrated their lives in the city's best establishments in the 1960s and 1970s. The basis for the graphic design of the volume was the photo service offered in the institutions.
from 35,00 € Weight 0.3 kg
Pb. (no dust jacket, as issued), 15 x 21,5 x 2 cm., 224 pp., richly illustrated, text language: English
38,00 €
'Shining in Absence', the twelfth issue of the journal AMC2 by KESSELS, addresses the disappearance of photography both as an idea and as a material object. Images of torn, vacant photo albums, empty frames and mounting corners fill this poignant volume.
32,00 € *
'In almost every pictrue #9. How to shoot a black dog' by Erik KESSELS deals with one family’s attempt to solve one of the great mysteries of photography. Before the digital age there was a time when photographers actually had to take photos themselves.
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The werewolf, about which the nifty photo book 'Lobismuller' by Laia ABRIL is about, was a woman who lived in the 19th century. lived in Spain. The story of Spain's most enigmatic and bloodthirsty serial killer is reconstructed from a female perspective.
from 58,00 €