In out-of-print photo volume 'Matriarchs', Austrian photographer Maria HAAS focuses on the investigation of cultures in which women have a special status. She opens these cultures to the viewer and captures their beauty and vitality in sensitive portraits
0,00 €
'U-NI-TY' ('EIN-HEIT') was published in 1996 as part of an exhibition at MoMA. Here, Michael SCHMIDT investigates the question of 'unity', tracing the symbolism and iconography of political systems, their propaganda and the images of people they project.
0,00 € Weight 1.344 kg
'Living Apart' by Magnum member Ian BERRY includes work from the 1960s for Drum magazine as well as key moments from the 1990s during the collapse of apartheid: the rise of Mandela, reconciliation, & the alarming escalation of urban problems and violence.
0,00 € *
Cloth bound HC with tipped in photograph (no dust jacket, as issued), 31,5 x 26,5 x 2 cm., 176 pp., 82 color ills., text language: English
0,00 € *
This issue, #10 of the magazine 'Toiletpaper', 'December 1944', by Maurizio CATTELAN and Pierpaolo FERRARI, is a special edition with signatures printed in gold ink on the cover. It was published in a limited edition of only 500 copies numbered by hand.
0,00 € * Weight 0.3 kg
In her out-of-print volume 'LAND', Dutch photographer Laura van SEVEREN expands the concept of landscape photography to include abstraction; In addition, their work includes an industrial-economic-critical aspect. This makes the work a relevant photo book
0,00 € *
Out-of-print 'Dauerparker' by Christoph ENGEL encourages reflection on the aesthetics of transience as well as the transience of the aesthetics of the car. The photographs unite the opposites of light & shadow, permanence & transience, technology & nature
0,00 € * Weight 1 kg
The book 'Magic Eye' offers an overview of the work of René GROEBLI. We discover his fascination for movement and speed. And we encounter the rich hues of his unique, innovative color photography, through which even commissioned works become timeless art.
0,00 € Weight 1.6 kg
Out-of-print publication reconstructs the process of the creation of the book 'Love on the Left Bank' by Dutch photographer Ed van der ELSKEN on the basis of unpublished documents - contact prints, sketches, maps - as well as a text by Tamara Berghmans.
0,00 € Weight 0.8 kg
This chronologically arranged monograph on the work of Eugène ATGET shows a photograph and includes the commentary of the editor, John Szarkowski. However, it is less about an exact analysis than about capturing the context and describing the attributes.
0,00 € *