The Essays from the 1970s and 80s in 'Photography Against the Grain' by Allan SEKULA show how he criticized photography, the circumstances of its production and consumption, and revealed from the perspective of an insider what the medium did not depict.
42,00 € *
Slipcased HC, 29 x 29 cm., 126 pp., 80 color & b/w ills., bilingual text: Japanese & English, Ltd. to 500 copies
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'Waga Tokyo 100' tries to record Shitamachi Tokyo. Instead of drawing a portrait of the city, however, the Japanese photographer Issei SUDA documents the people who live there. Although it is not a narrative, the selected photos form a whole.
248,00 € *
Re-edit, two slipcased pb.s, 23 x 26 cm., 280/152 pp., 228/103 ills., text language: Japanese - JAPANESE TEXT ONLY!
120,00 € *
In photo volume 'Red String' by Yoshikatsu FUJI, the thread that still connects the family even after the separation is taken up again. Designed as a double volume, it reassembles collected family images and thus reveals the lineage that was predetermined
198,00 € * Weight 0.3 kg
Stephen SHORE's American color photographs from 1972-73 serve as the benchmark for documenting the extraordinary in the ordinary. This volume, 'American Surfaces: Revised & Expanded Edition', includes previously unpublished photos and a new introduction.
0,00 € * Weight 1.3 kg