The 50s and 60s were the most exciting time for car enthusiasts. The expertly researched German-language book '111 Oldtimer-Stories der 50er und 60er Jahre, die man kennen muss' by Martin Nusch contains the 111 best stories - illustrated with photographs.
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The colourful 'Desert Birds' series by Werner BARTSCH was taken at aircraft storage areas in the USA, which are normally sealed off from the outside world. This photographic volume is a tribute to countless hours in the skies as well as to long journeys.
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In 'Back to Back: From Backyard to Boulevard' Stig De BLOCK documents in an honest, intimate way the lowrider scene in L.A, California. The boulevard as a place where disputes can be settled and people from different rival neighborhoods can be together.
55,00 € *
For out-of-print volume 'Schrott', two photographers each documented an industrial site in the Ruhr region: Joachim BROHM in the port of Duisburg (1993), Ralf KREUELS took night shots in Duisburg-Rheinhausen as well as in the port of Dortmund (1996/1997).
48,00 € * Weight 0.6 kg
The out-of-print photo book 'Drive' by Andrew BUSH presents a voyeuristic look at Los Angeles motorists in their own driving living rooms. The captions are tantamount to notes on the speed and direction of travel he made during sue accompanying drive.
98,00 € * Weight 1.4 kg
'Subway', the new edition of 1986s original. In 1980 Bruce DAVIDSON began photographing the New York subway system. At first in black and white, but he soon realized that color film was necessary to depict the intensity of this graffiti-covered landscape.
  • Format: HC, 30,5 x 30 x 2 cm., 140 pp., colorills., English
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.
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Out-of-print book 'Autos' by Bernhard FUCHS gives the photographs the apparent character of general pictorial plates, but on closer inspection they reveal themselves to be sensitive recordings of everyday situations and individual portraits of vehicles.
  • Format: HC with dust jacket, 42 x 31 x 2 cm., 48 pp., text language: English, Ltd. to 500 copies
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For self-published book 'Berlin-Tegel Airport', Andreas GEHRKE documented the once crowded main terminal, the disused airfield and the abandoned outbuildings. His pictures show a juxtaposition of vision and standstill and how they finally became reality.
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