from the Walther Collection by Okwui Enwezor (ed.) With photo works by Seydou KEITA, Malick SIDIBÉ, J.D. Okhai OJEIKERE, Santu MOFOKENG, August SANDER, Bernd & Hilla BECHER (among others)
68,00 € *
Pb. (no dust jacket, as issued), 20 x 26 x 1,5 cm., 105 pp., richly illustrated, text language: English
68,00 € *
Linen bound HC with dust jacket, 26 x 25,5 x 4 cm., 384 pp., 110 color ills., text language: English
58,00 € *
With works by Ian BERRY, Eli WEINBERG, Alf KHUMALO, David GOLDBLATT, Peter MAGUBANE and more
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The winning title of the First Book Award 2017. 'Nothing's in Vain' is a journey through Dakar, a metropolis in constant change. It is the photographer's answer to the experience of being uprooted and disoriented in the vibrant Senegalese capital in 2011.
25,00 € *
This photo book about Liz Johnson ARTUR brings together portrait photographs in color and black-and-white taken in various countries: Peckham, Russia, USA, Africa, the West Indies & Europe. In the main, she photographed milieus, such as the Paris ghettos.
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The catalog 'Accra/London. A Retrospective' is dedicated to the body of work produced to date by Ghanaian photographer James BARNOR, tracing his photographic practice over six decades: both the work in his homeland and his work, from London in the 1960s.
78,00 € * Weight 0.9 kg
In his book '22 day in Between', Salih BASHEER collects the few memories he has of his parents, who passed away when he was 3 years old. These memories, seen from a child’s perspective are presented in a mix of images, writing, self-portraits and drawings
36,00 € * Weight 0.6 kg
'House of Bondage' by Magnum member Ernest COLE has been lauded as one of the most significant photobooks of the 20th century, revealing the horrors of apartheid to the world for the first time and influencing generations of photographers around the globe
98,00 € *