In out-of-print photo book 'Die Deutschen', René BURRI mainly depicts everyday life in Germany, where the bullet holes from the war can still be seen on the wall of the building. Hepursued his project for many decades. In 1986 and 1999, it was republished
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In 'Book Manifest' Irma BOOM presents her vision of the nature, meaning nad relevance of the book. Based on more than 350 of her books, she shares her knowledge gained from intensive research and discusses context and relationship to the traditional book.
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This self published photo book, 'Human' by Gábor KUDÁSZ, shows brick-making workers, photographed between 2014-2016 in Eastern Europe. But the workers, depicted as in a socialist picture book, behave in an unusual way. They begin to alienate their product
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'Polaroid SX-70' is a facsimile that was compiled by William EGGLESTON himself and contains the only photos he has ever taken with this medium. It consists of 56 Polaroid shots - made between 1972 and 1981 - assembled by hand in a black leather album.
0,00 € * Weight 0.7 kg
English ed., linen bound HC with screen printing, 24,5 x 31 cm., 496 pp., b/w ills., text language: English
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The very limited edition volume 'Everyday Abstracts' by Luke Drozd is a silkscreened publication, part of the 'Accumulation Primitive' series , featuring abstract works created from collected textures. Here volume 69 of 70.
24,00 € *
'Kriegsfibel' (War Primer) by Bertolt Brecht is THE anti-war book. It was first published a year before his death and a few times reissued. This edition was published by his daughter, Barbara Brecht-Schall, in memory of book's creation in exile in Denmark
24,90 € Weight 0.9 kg
The artist photo volume 'Für mich' (For Me) by German photographer Sina NIEMEYER is an autobiographical story about sexual abuse. The project was born out of the need to understand and come to terms with what happened to her at a pre-pubescent age.
27,50 € * Weight 0.2 kg
In his out-of-print photo volume 'Archaeology in Reverse', Stephen GILL focused on evidence of the rapid change that East London was undergoing in preparation for the 2012 Olympics. With a cheap camera he made very poetic documentary photographs.
from 30,00 € Weight 0.7 kg
In his out-of-print photo book 'Travel Plans' Jeffrey SILVERTHORNE takes us by the hand, leading us past the beauty and the grand guignol of a life in the shadow of mortality. The longer you look, the more questions they provoke, and with that: compassion
from 32,00 € Weight 0.8 kg