The out-of-print volume 'The Hasselblad Award 2006' presents works by South African photographer David GOLDBLATT from 2004 to 2006 that address the country's situation in the post-apartheid era, including a number of his new triptychs on folding panels.
48,00 € Weight 1 kg
In this out-of-print photo book 'Lines, Marks, and Drawings. Lines, Marks and Drawings. Through the Lens of Roger Ballen', this volume examines his work from a new perspective, from distinctive portraits and complex photographic tableaux to YouTube films.
0,00 € * Weight 0.9 kg
Gebundene Ausgabe mit Schutzumschlag, 29 x 26,5 cm., 255 S., S/W- und Farbaufnahmen, deutsch-sprachiger Text - GERMAN TEXT ONLY!
from 68,00 € Weight 2 kg
Re-edit, linen bound HC, 26 x 25 cm., 104 pp., 77 tritone b/w ills., text language: English
45,00 € *
In his new photo volume 'Solus. Vol.1', Pieter HUGO reflects on aesthetic values in the fashion industry. In portraits of models cast on the street, he examines the commercialization of youth and the paradox of striving for both otherness AND conformity.
from 55,00 € Weight 1.1 kg
In 'Intersections,' David GOLDBLATT explores the aftermath of apartheid in and outside Johannesburg. Made up entirely of color works, it reveals the contrasts that define South Africa while marking the beginning of an important new phase in his work.
from 25,00 € Weight 1.6 kg
In his haunting, fascinating photo essay about a dump in Ghana, South African photographer Pieter HUGO exposes the repressed downside of fast-moving consumption and tells of a community characterized by poverty and the will to survive of every individual.
128,00 € Weight 1 kg
Re-edit, linen bound HC with dust jacket, 28,5 x 28,5 cm, 180 pp., b/w ills., text language: English
58,00 € Weight 1.6 kg
The photo book 'Hyena Men', first published in 2007, made the South African photographer Pieter HUGO known outside the photo book scene. There is something disturbing about the images of wandering fairmen who entertain people with their animals.
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Through frank and intimate photographic representations, the photo volume, 'Only Half the Story', by Zanele MUHOLI inspires a deeper understanding of the female form, skin color and different sexualities in a way that is unprecedented in South Africa.
0,00 € * Weight 0.6 kg
'Structures of Dominion and Democracy' reconstructs the history of some publications of series by David GOLDBLATT and illuminates his work in the context of South Africa's political, cultural history, as well as his contribution to photographic history.
48,00 € *
The photo volume 'Somnyama Ngonyama. Hail the Dark Lioness', the monograph by Zanele MUHOLI, one of today's most powerful visual activists, contains radical statements on identity, race and resistance, as well as a direct response to all forms of racism.
0,00 € Weight 1.8 kg
In the photo volume 'Avenue Patrice Lumumba' the South African photographer Guy TILLIM deals with the urban architecture of colonial and post-colonial society in Africa. His focus is on their changes due to multiple shifts in power over the past 50 years.
68,00 € Weight 1.2 kg
'Photographers References No.1' exposes the creative processes of South African photographer David GOLDBLATT. It provides insights into his practice by revealing personal references and influences that have helped shape his distinctive visual language.
from 78,00 € Weight 0.3 kg
HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 24,5 x 31 x 2,5 cm., 189 pp. + inner text with interviews, 93 b/w ills., text language: English
68,00 € *
Out-of-print photo volume 'South Africa. The Structure of Things Then' represents the culmination of photography, research and writing by David GOLDBLATT. His more than 30 years of experience lends a meaningful undertone to the carefully composed images.
50,00 € Weight 1.9 kg
The images in the volume 'Partuclars' by South African photographer David GOLDBLATT were taken beginning in 1975, but the first edition of the book was published in 2003. For this re-edit, he has revised the original version of the book.
58,00 € *
'Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea' on the work of Pieter HUGO contains 'Rwanda 2004', 'Looking aside', 'The Hyena Men...', 'Permanent Error', 'There's A Place in Hell For Me and My Friends', 'Nollywood', 'Kin', '1994' & 'Californian Wildflowers'.
58,00 € Weight 1.7 kg
The photo book 'Flat Noodle Soup Talk' by Pieter HUGO is the result of an 'artist in residence' stay. Other books in this series by Guy TILLIM, Michael KENNA among others. This book was published in a limited edition of only 500 copies.
98,00 €
In 'As Terras do Fim do Mundo', Jo RACTLIFFE traces the routes of the 'border war' that South Africa waged in Angola from the mid-1960s to the 80s. The focus is on the war zone itself and how past violencemanifests itself in the landscape of the present.
120,00 € Weight 1.4 kg
Private photographs commissioned by urban black workers and middle-class families in South Africa between 1890 and 1950. MOFOKENG analyzes the self-image and the desire for social recognition of the black population in times of colonial oppression.
34,00 € *
'Some Afrikaners photographed' David GOLDBLATT explores his ambivalence towards the African elite, which at that time was trying to establish itself on the international stage. The release in 1975 - he had begun with it in 1963 - provoked strong reactions
58,00 € *
The book title '1994' commemorates an important year in the history of South Africa and Rwanda - here Mandela's election as president, there genocide. In retrospect, Pieter HUGO processed the events of the year with portraits of children and young people.
from 20,00 € Weight 0.6 kg
Zanele MUHOLI became known for pictures that show the lives of black lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transsexuals, queers and intersex people beyond deviance and victimhood. This catalog contains images from her most important as well as unpublished works.
29,80 € * Weight 0.6 kg
For 'Second Nature', Guy TILLIM visited the islands of French Polynesia and the megacities of Brazil. The search for the 'second face' in natural and urban landscapes contains images of overwhelming beauty and almost Buddhist-looking calm and clarity.
39,95 € Weight 1.5 kg
In this out-of-print photo volume 'There's a Place in Hell for Me and My Friends' Pieter HUGO devotes himself to those components that are 'active' under the surface and consist of a much broader spectrum. What seems to divide us at the actually unites us
298,00 € Weight 1.1 kg
'Ponte City' by Mikhael SUBOTZKY documents the history of Africa's tallest residential high-rise building using photos of the building, portraits of residents & texts in a book togehter with 17 booklets of found ephemera and archived advertising material.
398,00 € *
68,00 € * Weight 1.1 kg
Linen bound HC (no dust jacket, as issued), 17 x 23 cm., 144 pp., 45 b/w ills., text language: English
28,00 € *
Out-of-print volume 'David Goldblatt. Photographs' is an anthology of the South African photographer's works, published on the occasion of the 2006 exhibition in Arles (with Martin Parr as curator). It takes the viewer from 1960s South Africa to the 2000s
98,00 € * Weight 1.9 kg
With the photo book 'La Cucaracha', the South African photographer Pieter HUGO has once again succeeded in creating an impressive social portrait in which he was more interested in the people of Mexico than in the country's architecture or economy.
from 85,00 € Weight 1.6 kg
Character studies and social landscapes are the subject of Mikhael SUBOTZKY's debut photo volume 'Beaufort West', which deals with central issues of today's South African society - a social document and visual manifesto of South African art photography.
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For the 13th 'Des Oiseaux' photo book, Roger BALLEN has made a special selection of mostly unpublished photographs. In closed universes full of graffiti, signs, shadows and fragments, stories take place whose boundaries between fantasy and drama are fluid
44,00 € Weight 0.6 kg
In his photographic volume 'Regarding Intersections', South African photographer David GOLDBLATT brings together a selection of his color photographs taken in South Africa between 2002 and 2011.
from 48,00 € Weight 2.2 kg
The limited edition publication 'Rwanda 2004. Traces of a Genocide' shows older photographic works by Pieter HUGO. The book also includes an essay by investigative journalist Linda Melvern, in which she explains the situation in Rwanda in detail.
0,00 € Weight 0.8 kg
The out-of-print volume 'Outland' by Roger BALLEN is the culmination of almost twenty years of work and is one of the most extraordinary photographic titles. From the late 1990s to 2000, he portrayed white people on the fringes of South African society.
20,00 € * Weight 0.9 kg
This expanded edition contains images that are not contained in Mikhael SUBOTZKY's original photo volume 'Ponte City', which is out of print. A complex portrait of a place shaped by competing projections - refuge and monstrous place as well as dreamland.
48,00 € *
In 'This Must Be The Place' we see how the photographer Pieter HUGO oscillates between political commitment, documentary responsibility and their relationship to his own (image) aesthetics. It includes 'The Hyena Men', 'Nollywood' and 'Permanent Error'.
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Pb. (no dust jacket, as issued), 32 x 29,5 x 1 cm., 36 pp., b/w ills., text language: English
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'Photographs. 1980s to now ', contains for the first time a selection of the work of the South African photographer Jo RACTLIFFE. Looking over the past 35 years, it contains images from important photo essays as well as works that have never been shown.
95,00 € *
HC with dust jacket, 18,5 x 24 x 2,5 cm. (9,5 x 7 in.), 112 pp., 71 duotone b/w ills., text language: English
38,00 € * Weight 0.6 kg
'Good Hope' by Carla LIESCHING, combines essays and found photographs with sources ranging from apartheid-era trade journals, tourist pamphlets, magazines to current newspapers and family albums. A critical examination of contemporary settler colonialism.
from 25,00 €
'Retinal Shift' by Mikhael SUBOTZKY explores practice & mechanics of looking - in relation to the history of Grahamstown, the history of photographic devices as well as the artist's own history. The book was shortlisted for the ParisPhotoBook Award 2012.
from 28,00 € Weight 2.4 kg
The photo volume 'Faces and Phases. 2006-2014' by Zanele MUHOLI with more than 250 portraits gives an eloquent testimony of life and struggle. They are an unparalleled and invaluable archive: marking, mapping and preserving a community for posterity.
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The photo volume 'O Futuro Certo' by Guy TILLIM presents a selection of his most important photographs of the last two decades. Anchored in photojournalism, he portrays communities, social landscapes and symbolic structures within an ever-changing society
from 28,00 € Weight 1.9 kg
The out-of-print accordion-format photo book 'Petros Village' by Guy TILLIM is about the rural life of the villagers of a small village in the East African Republic of Malawi. About one-third of the double-page photographs show portraits of its residents.
120,00 € Weight 0.7 kg