Self-published book 'Carpoolers' by Alejandro CARTAGENA draws attention to the sociological and economic aspects of the Mexican-American economy. We look from above directly onto the loading area of Mexican pickups that transport very different 'loads'.
378,00 € Weight 0.4 kg
The out-of-print book 'México-Roma' by Graciela ITURBIDE is a complex book whose common thread is alone the vision of the photographer. The small volume consists of object photographers made between 1974 and 2009 in Mexico City, as well as in 2007 in Rome
198,00 € Weight 0.3 kg
Photo book 'Suburban Bus' by Mexican photographer Alejandro CARTAGENA tells the story of people who want a better life in a city that lacks everything: decent roads, enough buses and safety on buses. It is shortlisted for the Paris PhotoBook Award 2021.
158,00 € * Weight 0.8 kg
This catalogue of the exhibition at Museo Amparo contains photographs taken by Graciela ITURBIDE as part of a personal project that led her to an intense reappraisal of her archive. There are four themes in it: Children, Rituals, Urban Spaces and Gardens.
140,00 € Weight 0.7 kg
For his volume 'Wall and Peace', Kai WIEDENHÖFER has documented walls and barrier fences all over the world: in Berlin, Belfast, Mexico, Ceuta & Melilla, in Baghdad and the wall on the border line with the West Bank, with the Gaza Strip, Lebanon, Egypt.
125,00 € *
US photographer Edward WESTON kept a diary in which he recorded his struggle to understand himself, society and his art. 'The Daybooks of Edward Weston' were edited by Nancy Newhall in two volumes: one for his time in Mexico and one for Californian time.
98,00 € Weight 1.6 kg
Unlike in his thematic stories, out-of-print book 'Jahrebuch' by Ulrich WÜST reveals something very personal & private. Here, the world seems to be surrounded by a melancholy veil that does not conceal anything, but rather reveals the precision of vision.
98,00 € * Weight 0.8 kg
HC with dust jacket,
98,00 € *
'Mexico 1986-2016' by Antoine D'AGATA shows a complex, difficult portrait in a time of lawlessness and crime in Mexican society. The six photographic chapters point to breaks in historical continuity and are a narrative of descent into pain and savagery.
98,00 €
In his out-of-print photo volume 'Suburbia Mexicana' Alejandro CARTAGENA documents the particularities of the suburbs of his hometown Monterrey, Mexico. Ultimately he documents the chaos and destruction that result from scant or misguided urban planning.
98,00 € * Weight 0.8 kg