The volume 'Byker revisited' is the result of a long-term project lasting over 40 years: the Finnish photographer Sirkka KONTTINEN returned again and again to the poor residential area of Newcastle, where she herself lived in the late 1970s/early 1980s.
32,00 € Weight 1.4 kg
In this book, 'Working in Los Angeles', the Irish-born photographer Brian CROSS (B+), who moved to Los Angeles in 1990, portrays twelve men and two women chapter by chapter in square color photographs as well as in texts and interviews in the appendix.
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'Kinderszenen' by Lionel JUSSERET tries to give an insight into the intimacy of autistic children, their way of understanding space and the world. In its conception it's based on the piano work of Robert Schumann, conceived as a 'souvenir for adults'.
39,80 € * Weight 1.4 kg
This out-of-print photography book, 'United States. 1970-1975', by Danish photographer Jacob HOLDT documents the differences between rich and poor in 1970s America. The color photographs were taken with a cheap amateur camera.
148,00 €
In the book 'For my Mother' Ren HANG tells in a playful way about feelings, fears as well as the loneliness of the young generation in China. His works stand for the rebellion against conventions, where nudity and sexual freedom are subject to censorship.
50,00 € * Weight 0.6 kg
Photo book 'American Motel Signs II' is the result of a long-term project and offers a unique insight into one of the most fascinating aspects of contemporary American culture. Some of the photos are reminiscent of famous color photographs from the 1970s.
28,00 € *
In the documentary photo book 'The Imaginary Republic', Polish photographer Pawel JASZCZUK, with the assistance of manga critic Kaoru NAGAYAMA, who wrote the essay, explores the Japanese penchant for erotic comics in which girls are the main characters.
from 38,00 € Weight 0.2 kg