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Eric Renner: American Disguise. Eric Renner
American Disguise
"American Disguise by Eric Renner is now available in an artist’s proof limited edition. Eight years in preparation... More
  Axel Hutte: After Midnight. Axel Hutte
After Midnight
"After midnight, as America's cities gradually fall asleep, Axel Hütte comes alive. From the window of his hotel rooms, which are often on the upper floors of high-rises... More
     
Bob Colacello: Out. Bob Colacello
Out
"Out documents an era at once so close and so far away: the wild, glamorous, disco-and-drugs decade between the end of the Vietnam war and the advent of AIDS, when... More
  Joseph Mills: Anarch. Joseph Mills
Anarch
"This collection is our third collaboration with the remarkable Joseph Mills. An artist of unique vision and exceptional skill, Mills is influenced in particular by the Dada and Surrealist movements... More
     
Elisabeth Tonnard: Two of Us. Elisabeth Tonnard
Two of Us
"This book, designed and printed like a novel... More
  Olaf Unverzart: Spuren. Olaf Unverzart
Spuren
"Print run: 500

Book Design by Andreas Töpfer
Awarded "Schönste Deutsche Bücher 2007"

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Twinka Ishiwata-Pichler: Desperately Seeking Twinka. Twinka Ishiwata-Pichler
Desperately Seeking Twinka
"The ginger-and-white Twinka, born into an undomesticated family in El Cerrito, California in 1994, is well-known around the Nazraeli Portland office by artists who come to work on their books... More
  John Willis: Recycled Realities. John Willis
Recycled Realities
"Near the homes of photographers John Willis and Tom Young is a paper mill that sits in the otherwise pristine and picturesque climes of western Massachusetts. For Willis and Young... More
     
Jonathan Hollingsworth: What We Think Now. Jonathan Hollingsworth
What We Think Now
In What We Think Now, Jonathan Hollingsworth recontextualizes the political poster, long a staple of civil disobedience, to fit 21st-century wars and the profound views they generate. In 2004... More
  John Bernhard: Drift. John Bernhard
Drift
"This book is a visual journey, like a musical score, a personal diary, a compilation of images captured from the way John Bernhard sees the world... More
     
Derek Dudek: china. Derek Dudek
china
"In the course of the 20th century a number of totalitarian regimes promoted art that was meant to celebrate the accomplishments of the state... More
  George Haas: Forcing Nature. George Haas
Forcing Nature
"Reprocessed with the latest computer technology, George Haas' superb photography evokes the sense of place that is Los Angeles' famously artificial landscape, most of which... More
     
Todd Hido: Between the Two. Todd Hido
Between the Two
"First printing is out-of-print. It is now in the second Printing

Todd Hido's striking new monograph, Between the Two...
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  Justin Kimball: Where We Find Ourselves. Justin Kimball
Where We Find Ourselves
Imagine a mythical forest: dappled with smoky light, granite outcrops hosting majestic stands of trees, a brook cascading nearby. Then you stumble across a colony of doughy... More
     
Martin Parr: The Photobook: A History. Martin Parr
The Photobook: A History
"Following on from the success of the first volume, The Photobook: A History volume II brings the story of the Photobook fully up to date. It features publications by many well... More
  Justin Chase Lane: Playhouse Archives. Justin Chase Lane
Playhouse Archives
""These photographs are of environments in which I create friction between interior and exterior space. I construct these environments in my studio; once photographed... More
     
Jeff Brouws: Approaching Nowhere. Jeff Brouws
Approaching Nowhere
"Like many who grew up during the spread of sprawl—with its predictable landscape of housing developments, shopping malls, interstate highways, and big... More
  Patrick Alt: Unknown Tuscany. Patrick Alt
Unknown Tuscany
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Lauren Greenfield: Thin. Lauren Greenfield
Thin
"Critically acclaimed for Girl Culture and Fast Forward, Lauren Greenfield continues her exploration of contemporary female culture with Thin... More
  Patrick Alt: Unknown Tuscany. Patrick Alt
Unknown Tuscany
"Printing Industries of America, the world's largest graphic art trade association, has annnounced the winners of its annual Benny awards, reknowned as the premier graphic arts award... More
     
Mauro Fiorese: Aula Dei. Mauro Fiorese
Aula Dei
'In another light. It might be reductive to say that Mauro Fiorese went looking for - and portraying - Madonnas, angels and saints dispersed in our everyday life... More
  Frederic Roberts: Humanitas II. Frederic Roberts
Humanitas II
""Humanitas" means the development of human virtue in all its forms, to its fullest extent-a fitting title for this magnificent collection of photography by Fredric Roberts... More
     
Kathy Smith: In Plain View: Seattle. Kathy Smith
In Plain View: Seattle
"Photographic images captured by the intuitive eye of Seattle photographer Kathy Smith, using a classic Diana Toy Camera (circa 1960). Visions of Seattle are uniquely shot... More
  Derek Dudek: china. Derek Dudek
china
"In the course of the 20th century a number of totalitarian regimes promoted art that was meant to celebrate the accomplishments of the state... More
     
Patrick Alt: Unknown Tuscany. Patrick Alt
Unknown Tuscany
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  Mountains: Montagnes Magiques. Mountains
Montagnes Magiques
"A collection of photographs of mountains assembeled by Gilles Mora, this title includes the work of Brigitte Bauer, Leo Fabrizio, Axel Hutte, Walter Niedermayr, Hanns Otte, Bernard Plossu... More
     
Peter Steinhauer: Enduring Spirit of Vietnam. Peter Steinhauer
Enduring Spirit of Vietnam
"I often wonder why I photograph Vietnam and what my fascination is with this country. Did it start when I first came here in 1993 when I began work on my first book... More
  Debbie Fleming Caffery: Hurricane Images. Debbie Fleming Caffery
Hurricane Images
"Under the auspices of a grant from the Open Society Initiative, native Louisianan Debbie Fleming Caffery explored the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina... More
     
Charles Traub: Charles H. Traub. Charles Traub
Charles H. Traub
"Charles H. Traub’s (b.1945) vintage black and white street photographs from the 1970s made with a lens shade one size too small for his square-format camera... More
  Martha Casanave: Explorations Along an Imaginary Coastline. Martha Casanave
Explorations Along an Imaginary Coastline
Approaching middle age, I’ve begun to experience a strange déjà vu at parties and gatherings where the children of my friends are present. They knock about among the knees of the adults... More
     
Judy Natal: Neon Boneyard. Judy Natal
Neon Boneyard
"The garish glow of neon was part of what put Las Vegas on the map - quite literally. The city’s most distinctive form of expression, neon signs tell an elaborate story of the history of Las Vegas... More
  Tammy Cromer-Campbell: Fruit of the Orchard. Tammy Cromer-Campbell
Fruit of the Orchard
"In 1982, a toxic waste facility opened in the Piney Woods in Winona, Texas. The residents were told that the company would plant fruit trees on the land left over from its ostensible salt... More
     
Michelle Sank: Becoming. Michelle Sank
Becoming
"Belfast Exposed Photography and Ffotogallery are pleased to announce the publication of Becoming, a major new monograph of work by Michelle Sank... More
  Katsuhito Nakazato: R. Katsuhito Nakazato
R
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Alessandro Cidda: The Hermae of the Janiculum. Alessandro Cidda
The Hermae of the Janiculum
"This book was inspired by the profound affection for the Janiculum that binds the author – photographer Alessandro Cidda – to the landscape where he spent his childhood... More
  Marco & Edoardo Albina Delogu: Captivity. Marco & Edoardo Albina Delogu
Captivity
"All the photos were taken in different sections of the Rebibbia jail in Rome, between Autumn 1997 and Spring 2003. However Rebibbia in these photos is not easily identifiable... More
     
Guy Tillim: Petros Village. Guy Tillim
Petros Village
"Petros Village is situated in central Malawi, about 50 kilometres north of the capital Lilongwe. Rural, but not remote, its inhabitants rely on a local market to sell tobacco and beans for cash... More
  Morten Andersen: White Nights. Morten Andersen
White Nights
Rock and Rollers of every stripe - from Norwegian natives Turbonegro to rough-throated crooner Leonard Cohen to punk rock legends like Iggy Pop - populate Morten Andersen's White Nights... More
     
Rob Van Hoesel: Transit Land. Rob Van Hoesel
Transit Land
"Dutch artist Rob van Hoesel has photographed all 35 Belgian highways from the passenger seat of his old Opel Corsa... More
  Joel Meyerowitz: Aftermath. Joel Meyerowitz
Aftermath
Aftermath opens with four skyline views of Lower Manhattan taken from Meyerowitz's Greenwich Village apartment rooftop, prior to September 11, 2001... More
     
Matthew Weinstein: Ikebana Matthew Weinstein
Ikebana
"Matthew Weinstein... explores contemporary concepts of reality and simulacra through visual narratives that combine imaginative botanical elements, doll figures, and eccentric interior spaces... More
  Boomoon Kwon: Stargazing at Sokcho. Boomoon Kwon
Stargazing at Sokcho
Each semester, one of my former professors would open his basic photography course with the statement "Photography is magic." Magic because it makes images that literally and directly touch reality... More
     
Marc Joseph: New and Used. Marc Joseph
New and Used
"Growing up in Ohio in the 1970s, photographer Marc Joseph’s first exposure to art, writing and music came through the eccentric smaller book and record shops of downtown Cleveland... More
  Ewa Zebrowski: Poetry in the Landscape. Ewa Zebrowski
Poetry in the Landscape
"Robert Frost, noted American poet, spent some 23 summers in a little house in the woods in Ripton, Vermont near the Bread Loaf campus of Middlebury College... More
     
Martin Parr: The Photobook: A History. Martin Parr
The Photobook: A History
"Following on from the success of the first volume, The Photobook: A History volume II brings the story of the Photobook fully up to date. It features publications by many well... More
  William Eggleston: 5x7. William Eggleston
5x7
"Now in its second edition

William Eggleston’s latest monograph features photographs taken during the early 1970s using a large format 5x7 camera...
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Andrea Robbins: The Transportation of Place. Andrea Robbins
The Transportation of Place
The Transportation of Place is vexing in the way that often the quietest people have the most to say. Postcard picturesque scenes describe regional character—Bavarian window details... More
  Ken Light: Coal Hollow: Photographs and Oral Histories. Ken Light
Coal Hollow: Photographs and Oral Histories
You load sixteen tons, and what do you get?

Another day older and deeper in debt

St. Peter don't you call me, 'cause I can't go

I owe my soul to the company store...
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Paul D Paul D'Amato
Barrio
"In 1988 photographer Paul D’Amato was driving around Chicago with his camera when he decided to follow Halsted Street into Pilsen, the city’s largest Mexican neighborhood... More
  Robert Polidori: Stern Fotografie Portfolio Nr. 41: Robert Polidori. Robert Polidori
Stern Fotografie Portfolio Nr. 41: Robert Polidori
"A wide-ranging collection of images by renowned photographer Robert Polidori is showcased to great effect in this Stern Portfolio. Haunting cityscapes of Shanghai and Brasilia are included... More
     
Mark Robbins: Households. Mark Robbins
Households
"Driving the glossy shelter magazines--Architectural Digest, House & Garden, and many more--is an enduring fascination with other people's lives and houses... More
  Candida Hofer: Paris Opera. Candida Hofer
Paris Opera
"Candida Höfer’s works have something timeless about them, and opera is perhaps the most timeless cultural delight... More
     
Ken Light: Coal Hollow. Ken Light
Coal Hollow
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  Morten Andersen: Leira. Morten Andersen
Leira
"Leira is a river just outside Oslo, where the photographer was born. This project represents a 2 year photographic romance with the river, nature and the landscape around it. As such... More
     
Derek Dudek: china. Derek Dudek
china
"In the course of the 20th century a number of totalitarian regimes promoted art that was meant to celebrate the accomplishments of the state... More
  John Bernhard: Drift. John Bernhard
Drift
"This book is a visual journey, like a musical score, a personal diary, a compilation of images captured from the way John Bernhard sees the world... More
     
Adam Bartos: Boulevard. Adam Bartos
Boulevard
Essayist Geoff Dyer attempts to assay Adam Bartos’s resolutely mute photographs of street scenes in Los Angeles and Paris by referring to descriptive “antinomies” distinguishing the two cities—walk More
  Boomoon Kwon: On the Clouds. Boomoon Kwon
On the Clouds
"Informed by the closing section in his previous book, BooMoon, Korean artist Boomoon Kwon has created a new series of high-altitude skyscapes that function perfectly in our One Picture Book format... More
     
Bill Armstrong: Apparition. Bill Armstrong
Apparition
"The mysterious and powerful images in this body of work capture fleeting "visitations" from the spirit world - visions as they might appear in dreams or heightened states of wakefulness... More
  Erika Diettes: Silencios. Erika Diettes
Silencios
"Erika Diettes compiles images and testimonials of the suffering of the Jewish population during the horror of World War II in the Nazi Germany... More
     
Camille Solyagua: One Picture Book #27 Camille Solyagua
One Picture Book #27
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Available only as an artists proof.

Red-crowned cranes are considered to be sacred by the Japanese people. Once almost extinct, today approximately 2...
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  Frank Sebastian Hansen: How Soon Is Now? Frank Sebastian Hansen
How Soon Is Now?
"Frank Sebastian Hansen crisscrossed the globe with his Polaroid camera from Copenhagen to Cancun, capturing waiting jungle gyms and shimmering swimming pools... More
     
Bobby Abrahamson: One Summer Across America. Bobby Abrahamson
One Summer Across America
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  Yosemite: Yosemite in Time. Yosemite
Yosemite in Time
Walking in the illustrious footsteps of the original western rephotographic survey of the 1970's, and its sequel, the Third View project... More
     
Martin Parr: Seven Colonial Still Lifes. Martin Parr
Seven Colonial Still Lifes
"Martin Parr’s second contribution to our One Picture Book Series, Seven Colonial Still Lifes, takes us to Colombo, Kandy, and Newara Eliya, Sri Lanka... More
  Hiroshi Watanabe: Faces Vol. 4. Hiroshi Watanabe
Faces Vol. 4
"Intended as a complement to his previous Kabuki and Bunraku books, this newest work from Hiroshi Watanabe documents the Noh masks of the Naito Clan of southern Japan... More
     
Debra Bloomfield: Four Corners. Debra Bloomfield
Four Corners
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  David Carol: 40 Miles of Bad Road... David Carol
40 Miles of Bad Road..
"The first printing is limited to 750 copies. Of this first edition, fifty copies have been numbered 1-50 and signed and numbered by David Carol... More
     
Gary Auerbach: We Walk in Beauty. Gary Auerbach
We Walk in Beauty
"With 26 interviews, representing 12 tribes of Native American People.

Hardcover version is limited to 300 signed and numbered copies...
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  Jessica Backhaus: Jesus and the Cherries. Jessica Backhaus
Jesus and the Cherries
"The German-American photographer Jessica Backhaus captures the life and villages of northern Poland. With a sure eye and an unusual color language... More
     
Yosemite: Yosemite in Time. Yosemite
Yosemite in Time
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  Jessica Backhaus: Jesus and the Cherries. Jessica Backhaus
Jesus and the Cherries
Jessica Backhaus takes a characteristically serene tack to these pictures of a Polish village and its environs, eliciting a kind of nostalgic portrait of the European present... More
     
Arno Rafael Minkkinen: Saga. Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Saga
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  James McNiece: Mountain Images. James McNiece
Mountain Images
"Mountain Images takes you to an environment of incredible beauty and wonderful solitude. The images celebrate all four seasons in the mountains, bringing you intimately in touch with nature... More
     
Eri Morita: Home Drama. Eri Morita
Home Drama
Along the lines of Jessica Backhaus, Julie Blackmon, Julian Germain and many others, Morita has begun to carve out her own niche in the "portrait narrative" genre... More
  Trine Sondergaard: How to Hunt. Trine Sondergaard
How to Hunt
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Erika Diettes: Silencios. Erika Diettes
Silencios
"Erika Diettes compiles images and testimonials of the suffering of the Jewish population during the horror of World War II in the Nazi Germany... More
  Hiroshi Watanabe: Faces Vol. 3. Hiroshi Watanabe
Faces Vol. 3
"With this book, you will get a print of any image you choose from the book. Your print will be a 8x10 toned gelatin silver print with approximately 6x6 image size, printed by the artist, signed... More
     
David Marrus: Pages from My Album. David Marrus
Pages from My Album
Pre-release copies available... More
  Paul Albert Leitner: Cities, Episodes, Photographs. Paul Albert Leitner
Cities, Episodes, Photographs
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Paul Kranzler: Land of Milk and Honey. Paul Kranzler
Land of Milk and Honey
The title can only be meant ironically as photographer Paul Kranzler tells the story of his elderly neighbors, Toni and Aloisia, living out their days in their one-room subsidized apartment... More
  Arno Rafael Minkkinen: Saga. Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Saga
Saga is the first major monograph of the work of Arno Minkkinen, published to accompany a series of exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe... More
     
Animals: Photofinish. Animals
Photofinish
"Man had already established a relationship with the horse 17,000 years ago, as shown by the cave paintings at Lascaux, while Homer described the neck-and-neck final of a horse race in 900 BC... More
  Olaf Unverzart: Sana Moi. Olaf Unverzart
Sana Moi
"Print run: 1500

Book Design by Alexandra Rusitschka
Awarded "Deutscher Fotobuchpreis 2006"

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Clifford Ross: Wave Music. Clifford Ross
Wave Music
Three bodies of work are presented here: Hurricane, Horizons, and Grain. All three groupings present formalist views of the sea—the first two are explicit, whereas the last is implied... More
  Yukio Watanabe: Sanbanse. Yukio Watanabe
Sanbanse
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Arno Rafael Minkkinen: Saga. Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Saga
Saga is the first major monograph of the work of Arno Minkkinen, published to accompany a series of exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe... More
  Rolf And Maryam Sachs: The Wild Emperor. Rolf And Maryam Sachs
The Wild Emperor
"A series of panoramic photographs were taken of an alpine view from the balcony of a mountain lodge called the Rechenau, near Kiefersfelden in Bavaria... More
     
Clifford Ross: Wave Music. Clifford Ross
Wave Music
Three bodies of work are presented here: Hurricane, Horizons, and Grain. All three groupings present formalist views of the sea—the first two are explicit, whereas the last is implied... More
  Brad Temkin: Private Places. Brad Temkin
Private Places
""A garden has this advantage, that it makes it indifferent where you live. A well-laid garden makes the face of the country of no account; let that be low or high, grand or mean... More
     
Occult: The Perfect Medium. Occult
The Perfect Medium
Without knowing it, the world has been waiting for this book for a long, long time. What a treat it must have been for the curators of the traveling exhibition from which the book is drawn... More
  Eduardo Del Valle: Fried Waters. Eduardo Del Valle
Fried Waters
"Fried Waters is a photographic poem about time and memory, place and labor, the symbolism of salt and the process by which it snaps from liquid into crystal. — from the Introduction by Mark Haworth... More
     
Katherine Adams: Couturier Dreams. Katherine Adams
Couturier Dreams
"A self-confessed “plain dresser,” Katharine Adams instead dazzles the world with the fabulous collection that is Couturier Dreams. Gorgeous floating emulsion “garments” dance on every page... More
  Anthony Hernandez: Everything. Anthony Hernandez
Everything
"This special edition of Everything is limited to 25 copies with an original print (shown), numbered and signed by the artist and presented in a clamshell box... More
     
Eirik Johnson: Borderlands. Eirik Johnson
Borderlands
Initially, Borderlands feels awkward in your hands, but the design perfectly fits Johnson's full-bleed images, one per page-spread. An image of cold, wet river... More
  Debra Bloomfield: Four Corners. Debra Bloomfield
Four Corners
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Richard Pitnick: Havana. Richard Pitnick
Havana
"The photographs collected in Havana came out of a 10-day assignment in Cuba in January 2003 for Black & White Magazine, where Richard Pitnick serves as senior contributing editor... More
  Eikoh Hosoe: Kamaitachi. Eikoh Hosoe
Kamaitachi
These two books (referring to The Map by Kikuji Kawada) are gorgeous reprints of long-out-of-print titles which are integral to an understanding of post-WWII Japanese photography... More
     
Josef Hoflehner: Frozen History. Josef Hoflehner
Frozen History
Limited Numbered Signed Edition of 300 Copies, packaged in a black linen clam-shell box, incl. a handsigned print.
Leslie Sokolow: Oceana. Leslie Sokolow
Oceana
""I have always been drawn to the sea. I find its mere presence calming and yet at the same moment omniscient... More
     
Anthony Hernandez: Everything. Anthony Hernandez
Everything
For nearly a year and a half, Hernandez walked the basin of the Los Angeles River, photographing the changes that occur to the waterway as levels fluctuate in tune with the dry and rainy seasons... More
  Mark Wyse: 18 Landscapes. Mark Wyse
18 Landscapes
"It comes as no surprise that Mark Wyse hones his artistic vision in Los Angeles. His images... More
     
Debbie Fleming Caffery: Polly. Debbie Fleming Caffery
Polly
Limited edition of 25. Print choice is cover image... More
  Phillip Toledano: Bankrupt. Phillip Toledano
Bankrupt
"At the beginning of 2001, I began taking pictures of recently abandoned offices, and the things people had left behind. This project was more than photography for me. It was economic archeology... More
     
Ken Ohara: With. Ken Ohara
With
"Ken Ohara's photographic series of one-hour exposure portraits create in their final form a new identity for each subject. The traditional evaluations we make of a portrait, i.e., How do you look... More
  Erika Diettes: Silencios. Erika Diettes
Silencios
"Erika Diettes compiles images and testimonials of the suffering of the Jewish population during the horror of World War II in the Nazi Germany... More
     
Bruce Barnbaum: Tone Poems 2. Bruce Barnbaum
Tone Poems 2
"The book is the second in the four-part Tone Poems collaborative series with Photographer Bruce Barnbaum and pianist Judith Cohen. Tone Poems Book 2 features 3 distinct sections, or opuses... More
  Kensuke Kazama: Yubari. Kensuke Kazama
Yubari
The subject of Kensuke Kazama's beautiful Yubari is Hokkaido Prefecture's coal mining industry, which is responsible for nearly twenty percent of Japan's total electrical power... More
     
David Newsom: Skip. David Newsom
Skip
ICP's email newsletter contains a “Photo Tip of the Month, which this past October was all about collecting photobooks... More
  Jessica Backhaus: Jesus and the Cherries. Jessica Backhaus
Jesus and the Cherries
"The German-American photographer Jessica Backhaus captures the life and villages of northern Poland. With a sure eye and an unusual color language... More
     
Eri Morita: Home Drama. Eri Morita
Home Drama
Along the lines of Jessica Backhaus, Julie Blackmon, Julian Germain and many others, Morita has begun to carve out her own niche in the "portrait narrative" genre... More
  Lauren Shaw: Maine Women. Lauren Shaw
Maine Women
"All these women know that living in a place involves responsibility for it, though each expresses her commitment in a different way... More
     
Eikoh Hosoe: Kamaitachi. Eikoh Hosoe
Kamaitachi
These two books (referring to The Map by Kikuji Kawada) are gorgeous reprints of long-out-of-print titles which are integral to an understanding of post-WWII Japanese photography... More
  Stephen Gill: Invisible. Stephen Gill
Invisible
Driving at dusk one night in Denver, Colorado, a man emerged from an overgrown section of park on the periphery of my vision. Turning to glance at him... More
     
Arno Rafael Minkkinen: Saga. Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Saga
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  Jesse Marlow: Wounded. Jesse Marlow
Wounded
"For the last 2 years Melbourne photographer Jesse Marlow has been documenting people who have been affected by superficial injuries as they go about their daily routine out on the street... More
     
Jessica Backhaus: Jesus and the Cherries. Jessica Backhaus
Jesus and the Cherries
Jessica Backhaus takes a characteristically serene tack to these pictures of a Polish village and its environs, eliciting a kind of nostalgic portrait of the European present... More
  Santa Fe: Visions of Santa Fe. Santa Fe
Visions of Santa Fe
"Nobody Doesn't Love Santa Fe!" This amazing place is a magnet for artists, tourists, and, of course, photographers. Cameras are as common as red and green chile. Because Santa Fe is so photogenic... More
     
David Goldes: Water Being Water. David Goldes
Water Being Water
Well, it’s about time someone did a book on David Goldes' photographs. This elegant and intelligent volume... More
  Eddie Soloway: One Thousand Moons. Eddie Soloway
One Thousand Moons
"In my lifetime, if I am lucky, I will see one thousand full moons. One thousand. The number seems like a lot, yet it also feels finite. A generous amount... More
     
Mark Klett: Third Views, Second Sights. Mark Klett
Third Views, Second Sights
"Third Views, Second Sights presents forty-three photographs taken from a third survey, pairing them with both the original 19th century landscape survey images of the west... More
  Bohnchang Koo: Portraits of Time. Bohnchang Koo
Portraits of Time
Koo is one of Korea's foremost fine-art photographers, well-established in his own country and beginning to exhibit more frequently and more widely in the West... More
     
Jane Alden Stevens: Tears of Stone. Jane Alden Stevens
Tears of Stone
"From the introductory essay by Donovan Webster, author of "Aftermath: The Remnants of War": "...over a span of nearly two years... More
  Debra Bloomfield: Four Corners. Debra Bloomfield
Four Corners
The four corners area has always been a magical land, steeped in the lore of tribes and Western Americana, sacred sights and gorgeous light, canyons, red rocks, rivers, and mesas. Colorado... More
     
David Carol: 40 Miles of Bad Road... David Carol
40 Miles of Bad Road..
"The first printing is limited to 750 copies. Of this first edition, fifty copies have been numbered 1-50 and signed and numbered by David Carol... More
  Dave Jordano: Assembled Works. Dave Jordano
Assembled Works
"No two bridges are exactly alike. Their elegance, purity of efficiency, strength and beauty are engineering marvels. For nearly 100 years now... More
     
Jane Alden Stevens: Tears of Stone. Jane Alden Stevens
Tears of Stone
"From the introductory essay by Donovan Webster, author of "Aftermath: The Remnants of War": "...over a span of nearly two years... More
  Jenny Lynn: PhotoPlay. Jenny Lynn
PhotoPlay
"Artist Statement
I think of my work as visual poems - - realms in which I explore the interplay between dream and reality, chance and design, word and image...
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Meridel Rubenstein: Belonging. Meridel Rubenstein
Belonging
"Place:We are tethered to it by way of family, culture, myth, personal stories, biorhythms, land. These are some of the tenuous threads that bind us to our home. These strands can be broken by war... More
  Jenny Lynn: PhotoPlay. Jenny Lynn
PhotoPlay
"Artist Statement
I think of my work as visual poems - - realms in which I explore the interplay between dream and reality, chance and design, word and image...
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Nina Berman: Purple Hearts. Nina Berman
Purple Hearts
"FEW COPIES SIGNED by Nina Berman. A Purple Heart is the token honor given to soldiers for their wounds. It makes them heroes... More
  Bohnchang Koo: Portraits of Time. Bohnchang Koo
Portraits of Time
Koo is one of Korea's foremost fine-art photographers, well-established in his own country and beginning to exhibit more frequently and more widely in the West... More
     
John Bernhard: Diptych. John Bernhard
Diptych
"Bringing photographs together with the diptych venue enhances the images' interaction and often produces ambiguous feelings. As viewers, we are drawn in by the discovery... More
  Meridel Rubenstein: Belonging. Limited Edition. Meridel Rubenstein
Belonging. Limited Edition
"Limited edition of 30 copies: Includes a unique pre-ambertype print (image shown here) using digital vegetable inks on tree bark paper coated with gum arabic and gold mica... More
     
Erez Sabag: My Favorite T-shirt. Erez Sabag
My Favorite T-shirt
"Through photography and digital video, Erez Sabag presents in My Favorite T-shirt a collection of young exquisite New Yorkers posing, staring wide-eyed... More
  Meridel Rubenstein: Belonging. Limited Edition. Meridel Rubenstein
Belonging. Limited Edition
"Limited edition of 30 copies: Includes a unique pre-ambertype print (image shown here) using digital vegetable inks on tree bark paper coated with gum arabic and gold mica... More
     
Hans Bol: Het Formaat Van Waterland. Hans Bol
Het Formaat Van Waterland
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  Leslie Sokolow: Oceana. Leslie Sokolow
Oceana
'I have always been drawn to the sea. I find its mere presence calming and yet at the same moment omniscient... More
     
Hans Bol: Het Formaat Van Waterland. Hans Bol
Het Formaat Van Waterland
A portrait of the Dutch river landscape of the Ooijpolder and Over-Betuwe (both areas in The Netherlands) in lyrical 8"x20" photographs and eloquent poetry. Translation into English included... More
  Robert A. Hansen: Yucatan Passages. Robert A. Hansen
Yucatan Passages
"This book offers images from explorations among Maya ruins in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula... More
     
Diane Arbus: Diane Arbus: The Libraries. Diane Arbus
Diane Arbus: The Libraries
"Susan Sontag once referred to her library as "the inside of my head...a map of my brain." If a library does indeed function as a sort of x-ray of one's preoccupations... More
  Andres Serrano: America and Other Work. Andres Serrano
America and Other Work
"To many, Andres Serrano is the man responsible for "Piss Christ" and a national debate over government funding of controversial art. For those who look deeper, he's a highly-accomplished, ever... More
     
Matthew Sleeth: Tour of Duty. Matthew Sleeth
Tour of Duty
"Image shown is from the hardcover. Softbound included in The Photobook: A History volume II.

Matthew Sleeth's book of photographs...
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  Debbie Fleming Caffery: Polly. Debbie Fleming Caffery
Polly
"During the sugar cane harvesting of 1983, while I was photographing along the Mississippi River, I would often pass an isolated house... More
     
Meridel Rubenstein: Belonging. Meridel Rubenstein
Belonging
"Place:We are tethered to it by way of family, culture, myth, personal stories, biorhythms, land. These are some of the tenuous threads that bind us to our home. These strands can be broken by war... More
  Jane Alden Stevens: Tears of Stone. Jane Alden Stevens
Tears of Stone
"From the introductory essay by Donovan Webster, author of "Aftermath: The Remnants of War": "...over a span of nearly two years... More
     
Robert A. Hansen: Yucatan Passages. Robert A. Hansen
Yucatan Passages
"This book offers images from explorations among Maya ruins in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula... More
  Douglas Mellor: In Situ. Douglas Mellor
In Situ
In creating classically arranged still-lifes of food and other objects, Mellor steps comfortably into some pretty big shoes. Caravaggio, Velazquez, Jan van Eyck... More
     
Debra Bloomfield: Four Corners. Debra Bloomfield
Four Corners
The four corners area has always been a magical land, steeped in the lore of tribes and Western Americana, sacred sights and gorgeous light, canyons, red rocks, rivers, and mesas. Colorado... More
  John Gossage: Berlin in the Time of the Wall. John Gossage
Berlin in the Time of the Wall
"REGULAR EDITION INFORMATION: Signed by John Gossage. Casebound, Slipcased with acetate dustjacket. Printed in edition of 2000 copies.

LIMITED EDITION INFORMATION: Signed by John Gossage...
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Joel-Peter Witkin: Songs of Innocence and Experience. Joel-Peter Witkin
Songs of Innocence and Experience
For Blake, the artists is always the devil—the transgressive, vital energy at work in darkness, in dreams, and in prophesy that breaks through moral and logical thinking. In Blake's world... More
  Gloria Baker Feinstein: Among the Ashes. Gloria Baker Feinstein
Among the Ashes
"The publication of this catalogue coincides with the inaugural exhibition of the concentration camp series, which will open at The Photography Room, Grand Rapids, Michigan, on January 30, 2004... More
     
Jane Alden Stevens: Tears of Stone. Jane Alden Stevens
Tears of Stone
"From the introductory essay by Donovan Webster, author of "Aftermath: The Remnants of War": "...over a span of nearly two years... More
  Robert Flaherty: Comock. Robert Flaherty
Comock
Truth be told, this is one of the most fascinating adventure stories you'll ever read, told in the gentlemanly style of nineteenth century writers. Make a cup of coffee, turn on the fireside light... More
     
Henryk Ross: Lodz Ghetto Album. Henryk Ross
Lodz Ghetto Album
Before I opened the Lodz Ghetto Album, I braced myself for the "shock and awe" images we've all become accustomed to expect from a Holocaust collection. However... More
  Linda Butler: Yangtze Remembered. Linda Butler
Yangtze Remembered
With her most current project, Linda Butler brings the meticulous, slow-paced tradition of large format, b&w photography to the Chinese landscape and the world's largest engineering project... More
     
Martin Parr: The Photobook: A History. Martin Parr
The Photobook: A History
Now in its second printing!

While the history of photography is a well-established canon, much less critical attention has been directed at the phenomenon of the photobook...
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  Loretta Lux: Loretta Lux: New Work. Loretta Lux
Loretta Lux: New Work
"An exhibition catalog from the Torch Gallery in Amsterdam, featuring three new images from Loretta Lux. The catalog is constructed of heavy, paper... More
     
Jean Pagliuso: Fragile Remains. Jean Pagliuso
Fragile Remains
"An oversized, hand-made artist's book, Jean Pagliuso's Fragile Remains brings together pictures from New Mexico; India; Angkor Wat, Cambodia; Cappadocia, Turkey; and Machu Picchu, Peru... More
  Jager Aren: 1416 Anholt. Jager Aren
1416 Anholt
"In Kattegatt Sea, equal distance from Sweden and Denmark, the Danish island Anholt is situated. That is where photographer Jäger Arén, with an eye for hidden things and everyday situations... More
     
Brent Bond: Back Stage. Brent Bond
Back Stage
"Cattle Track Press recently acquired a wonderful antique Van Der Cook typepress and drawers full of type... More
  Steve Fitch: Gone Steve Fitch
Gone
Fitch's lush, color, view-camera-employed photographs present the findings of a wanderer and self-styled visual detective. He criss-crossed the Great Plains-from Billings, MT in the north to Lubbock... More
     
Gay Block: Bertha Alyce. Gay Block
Bertha Alyce
"Gay Block began photographing her mother, Bertha Alyce, in 1973 and continued until Bertha Alyce's death resulting from a stroke in 1991... More
  Hiroshi Watanabe: Faces Vol.1. Hiroshi Watanabe
Faces Vol.1
"With this book, you will get a 6x6 gelatin silver print of "Patient AL, Blind" or "Patient ES, Schizophrenic". The print is signed and numbered, and the edition is open-ended.  More
     
Gus Powell: The Company of Strangers. Gus Powell
The Company of Strangers
"Gus Powell lives in Brooklyn. These pictures were taken during his lunch hours over the last few years... More
  Gay Block: Bertha Alyce. Gay Block
Bertha Alyce
"Gay Block began photographing her mother, Bertha Alyce, in 1973 and continued until Bertha Alyce's death resulting from a stroke in 1991... More
     
Camille Solyagua: 4 Pi R Squared. Camille Solyagua
4 Pi R Squared
Using the universally binding mathematical equation for the surface area of a sphere—4 pi R2—as a leaping-off point... More
  Kate Breakey: Birds - Flowers. Kate Breakey
Birds - Flowers
Two separate series—Birds on one side and Flowers on the other—are featured in this beautifully produced accordion-fold artist's book. For several years now... More
     
Hiroshi Watanabe: Faces Vol.1. Hiroshi Watanabe
Faces Vol.1
"With this book, you will get a 6x6 gelatin silver print of "Patient AL, Blind" or "Patient ES, Schizophrenic". The print is signed and numbered, and the edition is open-ended.  More
  Greg MacGregor: Lewis and Clark Revisited. Greg MacGregor
Lewis and Clark Revisited
""Lewis and Clark Revisited takes us on a stunning visual journey through contemporary America. Almost ten years ago photographer Greg MacGregor began his journey, camera in hand... More
     
Hiroshi Watanabe: Faces Vol.1. Hiroshi Watanabe
Faces Vol.1
"With this book, you will get a 6x6 gelatin silver print of "Patient AL, Blind" or "Patient ES, Schizophrenic". The print is signed and numbered, and the edition is open-ended.  More
  Julien Levy Gallery: Mexico/New York. Julien Levy Gallery
Mexico/New York
There is no doubt that the first half of the 1930s was decisive in the lives of these three artists. In 1935 Julien Levy Gallery mounted an exhibition of Bravo and Cartier... More
     
Joseph Mills: Inner City Joseph Mills
Inner City
""Mills is a good enough picture maker to intrigue us and yet he is determined to keep us on the edge of unknowing." - Anne Tucker Joseph Mills is a mid... More
  Sally Gall: Subterranea Sally Gall
Subterranea
The slipcased edition is limited to just 50 copies and comes with a signed and numbered 11x14 inch gelatin-silver print.  More
     
Arlene Gottfried: Midnight. Arlene Gottfried
Midnight
"During the summer of 1984, photographer Arlene Gottfried met Midnight, the man who was to become both a close confidant and the subject of her photography documenting the next two decades of his life... More
  Sally Gall: Subterranea. Sally Gall
Subterranea
In this beautiful new book, her first since the acclaimed 1995 publication of Water’s Edge (Cat# CI079H, $25) Sally Gall continues her exploration and distillation of the raw sensuousness of nature... More
     
Camille Solyagua: 4 Pi R Squared. Camille Solyagua
4 Pi R Squared
Using the universally binding mathematical equation for the surface area of a sphere—4 pi R2—as a leaping-off point... More
  Michael Northrup: Beautiful Ecstasy. Michael Northrup
Beautiful Ecstasy
"Michael Northrup lives in Baltimore. This is a selection of unpublished pictures from the mid-70's through the early 80's... More
     
Ad Van Denderen: Go No Go. Ad Van Denderen
Go No Go
In 1999, the great social photographer of our time, Sebastiao Salgado, published Migrations, thereby bringing to our attention the massive flood of humans-mostly young men... More
  Josef Hoflehner: Frozen History. Josef Hoflehner
Frozen History
Almost 4,000 km south of New Zealand lies Ross Island, discovered by the British expedition of James Clark Ross to the South Pole of 1839–1843... More
     
John Ganis: Consuming the American Landscape. John Ganis
Consuming the American Landscape
"Using highly detailed color photographs... More
  Randy West: Bird Rabbit Snake. Randy West
Bird Rabbit Snake
"Randy West’s photographic series bird rabbit snake is a study of lines and shapes created by his deconstruction of a bird’s nest. In 2003 Mr... More
     
Catherine Angel: My Daughters. Catherine Angel
My Daughters
"Catalogue of images published on the occasion of the exhibition at Grant Hall Gallery, 2002... More
  David Gibson: Canyonlands Vision David Gibson
Canyonlands Vision
Gibson's methodical, detail-oriented approach to photography, coupled with an willingness to travel to remote areas of the Western United States... More
     
Gary Cawood: The Watchman Gary Cawood
The Watchman's Room
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  Dean Armstrong: Spirit of Angkor. Dean Armstrong
Spirit of Angkor
"AS CAMBODIA'S TEMPLES EMERGE FROM THE WARFARE AND JUNGLES THAT HAVE ISOLATED THEM FOR CENTURIES, THEY ARE BRINGING WITH THEM THE GHOSTS OF THEIR PAST... More
     
Hiroshi Watanabe: Veiled Observations & Reflections. Hiroshi Watanabe
Veiled Observations & Reflections
"Hiroshi Watanabe is represented by photo-eye Gallery. See his work here... More
  Gary Cawood: The Watchman Gary Cawood
The Watchman's Room
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Stephen Shore: Essex County. Stephen Shore
Essex County
Made 20 years after Uncommon Places, Shore's newest imagery, upon first reading, seems to have done an about-face from the course set two decades ago. For one thing, they're black-and-white... More
  Don Kirby: You Don Kirby
You're Not Really Initiate Until Your Eyes Are Redder Than Your Lips
Each One Picture Book is printed in an edition of 500 signed copies containing an original print tipped into the back... More
     
Stephen Shore: Essex County, Limited edition. Stephen Shore
Essex County, Limited edition
The limited edition of 50 numbered and signed copies comes with an original print tipped on to the front of the cover... More
  Rondal Partridge: Quizzical Eye. Rondal Partridge
Quizzical Eye
Rondal Partridge was born in 1917 to California etcher Roi Partridge and the celebrated photographer Imogen Cunningham. By his twentieth year... More
     
Anthony Goicolea: Anthony Goicolea. Anthony Goicolea
Anthony Goicolea
This fantastic new book from Twin Palms Publishers, with accompanying DVD of video-shorts, brings to a much broader audience the work of Brooklyn-based multi-media artist Goicolea... More
  Danny Lyon: Indian Nations Danny Lyon
Indian Nations
The slipcased limited edition is signed and numbered in an edition of 100 copies... More
     
Robert Parkeharrison: The Architect Robert Parkeharrison
The Architect's Brother
Now in its 8th printing.

The fantastical, constructed landscapes-born of the active mind of this imaginative photographer...
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  Dean Armstrong: Spirit of Angkor. Dean Armstrong
Spirit of Angkor
"AS CAMBODIA'S TEMPLES EMERGE FROM THE WARFARE AND JUNGLES THAT HAVE ISOLATED THEM FOR CENTURIES, THEY ARE BRINGING WITH THEM THE GHOSTS OF THEIR PAST... More
     
Lyle Owerko: And No Birds Sang. Lyle Owerko
And No Birds Sang
"Shortly after 9/11, firemen and policemen photographed by Lyle Owerko began calling to ask for copies of his images... More
  Anthony Goicolea: Anthony Goicolea. Anthony Goicolea
Anthony Goicolea
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William Wylie: Riverwalk. William Wylie
Riverwalk
Falling within the great tradition of the photographic exploration of the American West, Wylie's images were made along 150 miles of the Cache la Poudre River in Colorado... More
  Timothy Hearsum: Road Trips Timothy Hearsum
Road Trips
"There is a long tradition in the arts of taking to the road to discover something about one's own country. Writers, photographers and artists have all set out... More
     
Mohamad Vejad: Light Vision Mohamad Vejad
Light Vision
"In the images of plants and flowers, portraits and studies of industrial forms, Mohamad is able to bring about the marriage of inner and outer light... More
  Kate Breakey: Small Deaths. Kate Breakey
Small Deaths
Since her childhood in South Australia, photographer-artist Kate Breakey has been moved by the often unnoticed animals that live, and die, in our proximity... More
     
Timothy Hearsum: Road Trips Timothy Hearsum
Road Trips
"There is a long tradition in the arts of taking to the road to discover something about one's own country. Writers, photographers and artists have all set out... More
  Kate Breakey: Small Deaths. Kate Breakey
Small Deaths
Since her childhood in South Australia, photographer-artist Kate Breakey has been moved by the often unnoticed animals that live, and die, in our proximity... More
     
Mark Steinmetz: Tuscan Trees Mark Steinmetz
Tuscan Trees
"Mark Steinmetz, a photographer still in his thirties, is a wonderful printmaker with a very unique, sombre, concentrated vision. "No two eyes see the same world," says a Fujutsu tv commercial... More
  Tom Baril: Botanica. Tom Baril
Botanica
"Botanica, Tom Baril's out-of-print book is filled with gorgeous specimens from the world of plants. The richness of this book's printing mirrors the beauty of Baril's originals... More
     
Joan Fontcuberta: Twilight Zones. Joan Fontcuberta
Twilight Zones
A fantastic new book that brings together three of Fontcuberta's recent projects: Haemograms, Constellations, and Semiopolis. Buffered between two illuminating essays... More
  Richard Misrach: The Sky Book. Richard Misrach
The Sky Book
"The photographs in The Sky Book comprise one of Richard Misrach's most ambitious series, which transposes his narrative from the land to the sky... More
     
Suzanne Opton: Loose Change. Suzanne Opton
Loose Change
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  William Ropp: The Shadow Sculptor. William Ropp
The Shadow Sculptor
"Hand made book limited edition to 20 copies signed by the artist.

William Ropp (1960) is a renowned French photographer who is characterized by a unique and very personal...
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Martin / Bernd Zimmer Fengel: Mobil 100. Martin / Bernd Zimmer Fengel
Mobil 100
"The Mobil 100 project by Martin Fengel and Bernd Zimmer uses the factors of space and time to interlink controversial pictures with interpretations, and relationships of form and content... More
  Marcos Piffer: Litoral Norte. Marcos Piffer
Litoral Norte
Brazilian photographer Marcos Piffer presents his first monograph on the landscape of his homeland. Beautifully shot in black and white, these images of the North Coast of Sao Paulo... More
     
Lynn Davis: Monument. Lynn Davis
Monument
Reproduced in color to accurately represent the rich tonality of her black-and-white prints, Lynn Davis's Monument is an impressive collection of the photographers travel images... More
  Luis Gonzalez Palma: Poems of Sorrow. Luis Gonzalez Palma
Poems of Sorrow
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Guatemalan artist Luis Gonzalez Palma has gained widespread recognition over the past decade for his photo-based portraits that are rich with the symbolism of indigenous myth and culture...
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21st Ii: 21st II. 21st Ii
21st II
The second volume of 21st continues the lavishly high standards set in the first, housing the work of several influential contemporary photographers, writers, and critics in exquisite paper... More
  Lynn Davis: Monument. Lynn Davis
Monument
Reproduced in color to accurately represent the rich tonality of her black-and-white prints, Lynn Davis's Monument is an impressive collection of the photographers travel images... More
     
21st: 21st - Deluxe Edition. 21st
21st - Deluxe Edition
The second volume of 21st continues the lavishly high standards set in the first, housing the work of several influential contemporary photographers, writers, and critics in exquisite paper... More
  Esko Mannikko: Mexas Esko Mannikko
Mexas
A brilliant Finnish photographer who works primarily in rich, saturated color, Mannikko has been the subject of numerous exhibitions both in his homeland and abroad... More
     
Jaakko HeikkilÄ: Bright Humility. Jaakko HeikkilÄ
Bright Humility
"Lars-Levi Laestadius (1800-1861), parson, thinker and a man of strong influence, has left his mark on the mind of all those who come from the northern regions of the Nordic countries. In this work... More
  Marcus Lyon: Tuna. Marcus Lyon
Tuna
"TUNA – Tsukiji Market, Tokyo (1996) tracks a day in the life of the single largest covered market in the world... More
     
Olaf Nicolai: Landschaft. Olaf Nicolai
Landschaft
"A very special (and very small) fold out book - published in a limited edition of 500 - of Nicolai's highly individual landscapes... More
  Kurt Markus: Dreaming Georgia. Kurt Markus
Dreaming Georgia
Originally created for the German Elle magazine, these photographs are fashion pieces and nudes inspired by the image of Georgia O'Keeffe and the landscape where she lived... More
     
William Clift: A Hudson Landscape William Clift
A Hudson Landscape
This book by William Clift is a visual journey which takes us north, up the Hudson River from just above New York. A gorgeous edition, this self... More
  Jock McDonald: Russians. Jock McDonald
Russians
"About the limited edition:
The Russians...
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William Clift: Certain Places William Clift
Certain Places
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  Steve Fitch: Diesels and Dinosaurs Steve Fitch
Diesels and Dinosaurs
Fitch's photographs capture the feeling of travelling along America's highways, isolating views of truckstops, billboards, and neon motel signs. Mostly devoid of human subjects... More
     
Nell Dorr: Of Night and Day. Nell Dorr
Of Night and Day
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