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SCHIRMER/MOSEL US SPRING 2014 NEW TITLES & COMPLETE CATALOG


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Bernard Durin: Beetles and Other Insects Leonard Cohen: Almost Young Grace Kelly: Film Stills Jean-Baptiste Mondino: Smoking Permitted Sean Ellis: Kubrick The Dog Nick Knight: Flora Robert Mapplethorpe: Flowers Candida Höfer: Libraries

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The Best of Helmut Newton Robert Mapplethorpe: The Black Book Peter Lindbergh: Images of Women Karl Blossfeldt: Art Forms in Nature Karl Blossfeldt: The Working Collages Backlist

THE SECOND EDITION!

Big Bugs Too Lovely to Squish All prices are subject to change due to variable exchange rates.

“These pages creep and crawl with weevils and chafers, ladybugs and locusts, scarabs and scorpions, and a cavalcade of beetles: dung, stag, longhorn, Hercules (and little Hercules), jewel and harlequin. Painted with passion and precision, each insect here is a marvel of evolutionary architecture and engineering, but also a wonder of color, texture and detail.” Dana Jennings in The New York Times, 3 December 2013

front cover: Sternotomis bohemani (Longhorn beetle), Africa painting by Bernard Durin taken from Bernard Durin, Beetles and Other Insects back cover: paintings taken from Bernard Durin, Beetles and Other Insects

Dear Schirmer/Moselites, Our Spring 2014 list covers again books by some of the finest European and American photographers who for many years have been stars of Schirmer/Mosel’s publishing program. We are celebrating our 40th anniversary on Fool’s Day 2014 with two classics by Robert Mapplethorpe, Flowers and his Black Book, and a new edition of Candida Höfer’s famous classic, Libraries. Kubrick The Dog by Sean Ellis and Nick Knight’s Flora book represent entertainment and genius from London. Paris says bonjour with a new book by Jean-Baptiste Mondino, his fourth Schirmer/Mosel publication. Entitled Smoking Permitted, it is a provocative collection of images about elegance and vice. No doctors, please!

Bernard Durin: Beetles and Other Insects. Paintings. Complete Edition American show business enters the stage with a tribute to Canadian rock star Leonard Cohen and a book of film stills reminiscing the cinematic career of the immortal Grace Kelly. Before becoming Princess Gracia Patricia of Monaco she starred in eleven Hollywood movies, three of them directed by Alfred Hitchcock. And finally, a great The New York Times review of Bernard Durin’s unmatched book featuring his complete series of insect paintings paved the way for a second edition. I hope you’re enjoying what we’ve prepared for you. Kindest regards Lothar Schirmer

French painter and illustrator Bernard Durin (1940– 1988) discovered the beauty of insects for himself and for his art during a walk in Provence in 1972. During the following decades he painted around 60 portraits of insects, using rare and fascinating specimens entrusted to him by the entomologists of the Museum of Natural History in Paris. Superior in detail to photography and highly esteemed by natural scientists and art lovers alike, all his 60 portraits adorn this book in stunning color plates. Going far beyond the centuries-old tradition of documentary representations of animals, Durin succeeded in portraying each insect as an “individual personality.” Gerhard Scherer wrote the introduction and the texts accompanying the plates.

Texts by Gerhard Scherer, Michael Balke et al. Bernard Durin (1940– 1988) was a French painter and illustrator. His works can be found at the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle in Paris and other public and private collections.

Gerhard Scherer (1929–2012) took his degree in zoology and worked until his retirement as a conservator at the Zoologische Staatssammlung München.

Available, hardcover US $ 59.95 Can. $ 65.00 11 x 124⁄5 in. / 28 x 32.5 cm, 140 pages, 60 color plates ISBN 978-3-8296-0632-5 3


Leonard Cohen: Almost Young. A Tribute Canadian-born poet Leonard Cohen became a singersongwriter in the late 1960s. His first studio album “Songs by Leonard Cohen” earned him worldwide fame as an outstanding musician. In September 2014, Leonard Cohen is celebrating his 80th birthday. Our collection of images by famous and unknown photographers portrays the musician from his “incubative” years on the Greek island of Hydra until his most recent concerts. Belonging to the “highest and most influential echelon of songwriters” (Lou Reed), he was inducted into the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame in 2008. Good-looking, elegant, bright, and charismatic, Leonard Cohen is a living legend of the contemporary rock scene.

Text by Michaela Angermair

May 2014, hardcover US $ 29.95 Can. $ 32.95 81⁄2 x 91⁄2 in. / 21.5 x 24 cm, ca. 144 pages, ca. 80 color and duotone plates ISBN 978-3-8296-0664-6 4

top: Leonard Cohen, 2003 Photo by Mathias Bothor / photoselection right: Leonard Cohen, 1979 Photo by Jan Cook / Getty Images


Grace Kelly: Film Stills Her marriage to Prince Rainier of Monaco in 1956 put an end to Grace Kelly’s promising movie career. Born the daughter of a wealthy construction company owner from Philadelphia in 1929, her wedding day gave her a new role: the princess and first lady of the Monégasques. Her career started in 1952 with Fred Zinnemann’s Western classic High Noon. Her final picture, released in the year of her princely wedding, was titled High Society—a peculiar irony of history. Of the eleven movies Grace Kelly made in just four years, the three Hitchcock classics Dial M for Murder, Rear Window (both in 1954) and To Catch a Thief (1955) undoubtedly represent great moments in cinematic history. Blonde, beautiful, and always somewhat reserved, she was the ideal choice for his black comedies. Paying homage to Grace Kelly, the actress and film star who went on to become Princess Grace of Monaco before suffering a fatal car accident in 1982, our book is also an oblique tribute to her favorite director, Alfred Hitchcock.

Text by Daniel Dreier

May 2014, hardcover US $ 29.95 Can. $ 32.95 81⁄2 x 91⁄2 in. / 21.5 x 24 cm, ca. 144 pages, ca. 100 color and duotone plates ISBN 978-3-8296-0668-4 6

top: Grace Kelly, James Stewart, and Alfred Hitchcock, Rear Window, 1954, photo United Archives / TopFoto middle: Grace Kelly and Cary Grant, To Catch a Thief, 1954, photo Paramount / The Kobal Collection bottom: Grace Kelly, High Society, 1956, photo MGM / The Kobal Collection 7


Jean-Baptiste Mondino: Smoking Permitted Jean-Baptiste Mondino, one of the greatest commercial photographers of our days and certainly the grand maître of advertising and fashion photography in France, is publishing his fourth Schirmer/Mosel book, provocatively entitled Smoking Permitted. For centuries, smoking had been a cultural habit of elegance, coolness, and allure. Only recently it deteriorated to a kind of suicidal vice. Mondino’s beautiful pictures of beautiful smokers challenge the political correctness in healthcare and physical education. One of the last documents of smoking in fashion, film, and advertising, Mondino reminds us of the stylishness of smoking before it was banned from screens, salons, and printed pages and relegated to a rough life on the streets.

Book design by Michel Mallard

May 2014, hardcover US $ 99.95 Can. $ 110.00 93⁄4 x 121⁄2 in. / 24 x 31.5 cm, ca. 300 pages, ca. 250 color and duotone plates ISBN 978-3-8296-0669-1 8

Jean Baptiste Mondino, born in Aubervilliers, France, in 1949, initially started his career as a DJ and composer. He has directed music videos for Madonna, David Bowie, Sting, Björk, Neneh Cherry, and Les Rita Mitsouko. As a photographer, he has worked for any number of art directors in ad agencies, underground magazines, and fashion labels, for Philippe Starck, Nelson Mandela, Quentin Tarantino, and many more.

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Sean Ellis: Kubrick The Dog Kubrick, a Hungarian Vizsla, named after American film director Stanley Kubrick, was the most handsome and talented dog of all time—at least in the eyes of his owner, British photographer and filmmaker Sean Ellis. Thanks to his natural elegance, Kubrick was predestined to become a photo model, and soon he was posing alongside the world’s most famous models—and often stealing the show from them. Kubrick The Dog is a very personal scrapbook. It is a compilation of the best photos of Kubrick taken by Sean Ellis during the dog’s 12-year life—from a clumsy puppy to a gray-haired adult marked by illness. British fashion designer Stella McCartney, who posed many times with Kubrick, wrote a small, moving text for her departed companion. Now available in a new, elegantly bound low-price edition.

Preface by Stella McCartney Sean Ellis, born in Brighton, England, in 1971, is a film director and one of Britain’s most famous fashion and commercial photographers.

March 2014, hardcover US $ 32.95 Can. $ 36.95 61⁄2 x 91⁄2 in. / 16.5 x 24 cm, 144 pages, 118 color and duotone plates ISBN 978-3-8296-0675-2 10

Stella McCartney, British fashion designer and daughter of Linda and Paul McCartney, launched her own fashion label in 2001 and showed her first collection in Paris. Her collections include women’s ready-to-wear, accessories, lingerie, eyewear, fragrance, and organic skincare.

top: Stella McCartney & Kubrick, March 2003 middle: Kubrick, November 2001 bottom: Kubrick, Victoria Park, November 2003 Photographs by Sean Ellis 11


Nick Knight: Flora The young British photographer Nick Knight discovered the beauty of dried plants on a stroll through the herbarium, the ‘library of pressed flowers’, at the Natural History Museum in London. These flowers were a source of such fascination to the photographer that in 1997 he devoted his second large photo album to them. The charm of their fragile corporeality, their filigree transparency, and their subtle colors delighted Nick Knight for more than three and a half years—the time it took him to select from over six million plants in the herbarium. Sandra Knapp, curator of Central American plants at the Natural History Museum has written short explanatory texts on the individual plants commenting on their biological characteristics as well as on their historical and cultural importance. A classic of plant photography, Nick Knight: Flora is now available again in an unchanged edition.

March 2014, hardcover US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95 91⁄4 x 141⁄3 in. / 23.5 x 36.5 cm, 80 pages, 46 color plates ISBN 978-3-8296-0677-6 12

Text by Sandra Knapp Book design by Peter Saville Nick Knight, born in London in 1958, is among the world’s most revered fashion and advertising photographers. He is director of the Londonbased artists’ group SHOWstudio.

Peter Saville, born in Manchester, England, in 1955, is an independent designer working for the music industry, art institutions, and fashion labels, and a long-time collaborator of Nick Knight.

top: Nymphaea norchali and Brownea rosa-del-monte bottom: Carex vesicaria Linnaeus and Gloriosa verschuurii Photographs by Nick Knight, ca. 1995 13


Robert Mapplethorpe: Flowers Among the motifs considered to be typically Mapplethorpe—i.e. nudes, portraits, black men, and the New York gay scene—flowers had a firmlyestablished (albeit less spectacular) position. The first date from the seventies; the last were taken shortly before his death. Design was also dominant here; the perfect, emphatically artificial arrangement. And in the final analysis, he was also concerned with the same subject: stylizing sexuality into a still life. Under Mapplethorpe’s gaze, flowers lose their mellifluousness and innocent symbolism. They suddenly reveal a perfidious, at times decadent, eloquence. Once again one encounters two things in their utmost perfection: erotic drama and absolute clarity of composition—the celestial poles and quintessence of Mapplethorpe’s work. His long-time partner, singer-songwriter Patti Smith, composed a farewell poem for this volume.

March 2014, hardcover US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95 11 x 131⁄3 in. / 28 x 34 cm, 140 pages, 60 color plates ISBN 978-3-8296-0678-3 14

Poem by Patti Smith Robert Mapplethorpe, born in Queens, New York, in 1946, had his first solo show in 1976. In 1988, the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, held a first major retrospective of his work. He died in 1989.

best known for her song “Because the Night”. A long-time companion of Robert Mapplethorpe, she was inducted into the Rock’n‘Roll Hall of Fame in 2007. In 2010 she won the National Book Award for her memoir Just Kids.

Patricia Lee “Patti” Smith, born 1946, is an American singer-songwriter, poet, and visual artist. Called the “Godmother of Punk”, she is

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Candida Höfer: Libraries Libraries are a book producer’s dream. Since nobody photographs libraries as beautifully as Höfer, it seemed only natural to dedicate one of her publications to the splendid and intimate cathedrals of knowledge across Europe and the US: the Escorial in Spain, the Whitney Museum in New York, Villa Medici in Rome, the Hamburg University library, the Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris, the Museo Archeólogico in Madrid, and Pierpont Morgan Library in New York, to name just a few. Almost completely devoid of people, as is Candida Höfer’s trademark, these pictures radiate a comforting serenity that is exceptional in contemporary photography. Now available in an unchanged reprint.

March 2014, hardcover US $ 99.95 Can. $ 110.00 91⁄2 x 114⁄5 in. / 24.5 x 30 cm, 272 pages, 137 color plates ISBN 978-3-8296-0186-3 16

Text by Umberto Eco Candida Höfer, born in Eberswalde, Germany, in 1944, studied with Bernd Becher at the Düsseldorf Art Academy. Along with numerous international shows, she participated in documenta 11 and represented Germany at the 2003 Venice Biennial.

Umberto Eco, born in Alessandria, Italy, in 1932, is an internationally acclaimed writer (best known for his 1980 novel The Name of the Rose), philosopher, and semiotician. In 2008 he retired from his chair of semiotics at the University of Bologna.

Stiftsbibliothek St. Gallen I 2001 Photograph by Candida Höfer


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The Best of Helmut Newton Helmut Newton’s best photographic work from the 1960s to the 1990s traveled around Europe in a major retrospective in 1993. The catalog of that show has now run to a 7th edition. It contains all the icons of Newton’s special fields of interest, including fashion, nudes, and portraits as well as works for which he became world-famous—the sensational fashion photos for the British magazine Vogue, Liz Taylor with a parrot in a swimming pool, Helmut Berger naked at his fireplace, Helmut Kohl with a German oak, Salvador Dalí on an IV drip, the “Big Nudes,” and some of his later macabre wax figures. Newton was a genius for not being blinded by the glamour and the masquerade of pretense that were prevalent in the world in which he lived. On the contrary, he illuminated and exposed that world with bright lights and displayed it in brilliant photographs which contain much more than they show.

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Robert Mapplethorpe: The Black Book Edited by Zdenek Felix Helmut Newton, born in Berlin in 1920, died in a car accident in Hollywood in January 2004. He began his career working for Berlin photographer Yva. As an 18-year-old, he emigrated to Australia, returning to Europe in 1957. As of the 1980s he lived in Monte Carlo and Los Angeles. Awards for his photographic œuvre included the German Große Bundesverdienstkreuz, the French Grand Prix

Available, softcover US $ 29.95 Can. $ 32.95 83⁄4 x 101⁄2 in. / 22 x 27 cm, 160 pages, 105 color and duotone plates ISBN 978-3-88814-635-0 18

national de la photographie, and the World Image Award. Zdenek Felix was born in 1938 in what is now the Czech Republic. He is an art historian and was Exhibition Director at the Museum Folkwang in Essen, then Director of the Kunstverein in Munich for many years before in 1991 being appointed Director of the Deichtorhallen Museum in Hamburg.

A classic, perhaps the best of the Mapplethorpe books, and for many certainly the most typical Mapplethorpe, now available once again in a beautiful hardcover edition. The Black Book, first published in 1986, presents 96 formally stringent and highly erotic nudes, all of them photographs of black men, either as full figures, or staged as details, as fragments of their bodies. They are stylized as classical statues and provocative in all their presence and sensuous radiance. Black-andwhite photography was Mapplethorpe’s preferred medium, and his obsessive aesthetics was based on completely mastering it, as this enabled him to visualize any number of tonal gradations and penetrate deep into the very pores of the gleaming black skin. It is a method that reached a climax in these images. The Black Book, Mapplethorpe’s homage to the black male body, is one of the most important visual contributions to the discussion on beauty, sensuality, and sexuality in photography.

Poem by Ntozake Shange Robert Mapplethorpe, born in Queens, New York, in 1946, had his first solo show in 1976. In 1988, the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, held a first major retrospective of his work. He died in 1989.

Ntozake Shange, born in Trenton, New Jersey, in 1948, is an American playwright and poet. A fellow of both the Guggenheim Foundation and the Lila WallaceReader’s Digest Fund, Shange is best known for her Obie Award winning play, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf.

March 2014, hardcover US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95 111⁄4 x 111⁄4 in. / 28.5 x 28.5 cm, 108 pages, 96 duotone plates ISBN 978-3-8296-0460-4 19


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Peter Lindbergh: Images of Women Now available again—from the world’s foremost photographer of women comes the splendid celebrations of female form and mystique: a massive collection that spans 300 pages and covers every aspect of Peter Lindbergh’s impressive body of work. Nearly every beautiful woman of the past two decades has posed for Peter Lindbergh, from supermodels to movie stars. This splendid monograph represents the definitive collection of Lindbergh’s considerable œuvre: classic fashion photographs, arresting candids, portraits of female celebrities—including Madonna, Isabella Rossellini, Sharon Stone, Catherine Deneuve, Charlotte Rampling, Darryl Hannah—and of course his signature shots of the world’s supermodels.

March 2014, hardcover US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95 72⁄3 x 111⁄2 in. / 19.5 x 29 cm, 312 pages, 189 duotone plates ISBN 978-3-8296-0637-0 20

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Karl Blossfeldt: Art Forms in Nature Introduction by Martin Harrison Book design by Juan Gatti Peter Lindbergh, born in 1944, gained international acclaim with his campaigns for Armani, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, and Kathleen Madden. In 2011, his work was presented in the major retrospective show, The Unknown, in Beijing, China.

Martin Harrison is a writer and exhibition curator. He is the author of a biography of David Bailey and has curated the exhibition Shots of Style, a study of fashion photography at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1985. He is also the leading authority in Victorian stained glass and the editor of the Francis Bacon catalogue raisonné.

Karl Blossfeldt first published his plant photographs in 1928, achieving overnight fame. His images influenced artists of the time and continue to affect the work of visual artists, craftsmen, and architects to the present day. Blossfeldt was interested in plants for didactic reasons. By enlarging the inner structures of plants, he revealed their organic configuration and their consummate artistic forms that arose from biological necessity. Blossfeldt’s aim was to produce a pure catalogue of forms, and yet he created one of the most stunning œuvres in the history of photography. Gert Mattenklott in his essay explores the origin of Blossfeldt’s work and its subsequent influence. Georges Bataille’s 1929 article ”The Language of Flowers“, published with illustrations by Blossfeldt, defines plants as occupying a space between profanity and sanctity. Now available again in an unchanged reprint.

Texts by Georges Bataille and Gert Mattenklott Karl Blossfeldt, born in Schielo, Germany, in 1865, studied painting and sculpture in Berlin. From 1898 until his death in 1932 he taught at the Kunstgewerbliche Lehranstalt in Berlin.

Georges Bataille (1897–1962) was a French writer and philosopher. His fictional and theoretical work deals with Surrealism and Communism, psychoanalysis, mysticism, religion, and ethnology.

Gert Mattenklott, (1942–2009) was an internationally acclaimed German scholar, an essayist of arts, philosophy, and literature.

March 2014, hardcover US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95 91⁄2 x 114⁄5 in. / 24 x 30 cm, 276 pages, 240 duotone plates ISBN 978-3-88814-627-5 21


COMING SOON BACKLIST INCLUDING FALL 2013 TITLES

Eve Arnold Homage 184 pages, 120 color and duotone plates 9 x 11 in. / 23 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0601-1 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Karl Blossfeldt: The Working Collages Karl Blossfeldt (1865–1932) achieved overnight fame in the late 1920s with the first publication of his photographs of plants. They immediately gave him the status of a pioneer of New Objectivity—an innovative movement in art and photography of the 1920s and 1930s. Blossfeldt, however, was neither a trained photographer nor a botanist. He was a sculptor and art professor who did his photographic work to generate teaching material for his students. In 1977, sixty-one previously unknown collages were discovered in Blossfeldt’s estate, in virtually mint condition, of photographic contact prints arranged on large cardboard sheets. Blossfeldt apparently used them to study the relation and similarity of the photographs and to compare them graphically and aesthetically. On some collages Blossfeldt had made marks or handwritten notations. Others show lines for cropping. All collages are reproduced in four colors. Introducing the book is an essay by Swiss art historian Ulrike Meyer Stump.

With 1493 photographs of plants Edited by Ann and Juergen Wilde Text by Ulrike Meyer Stump Karl Blossfeldt, born in Schielo, Germany, in 1865, studied painting and sculpture in Berlin. From 1898 until his death in 1932 he taught at the Kunstgewerbliche Lehranstalt in Berlin.

May 2014, hardcover US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95 61⁄5 x 91⁄2 in. / 15.8 x 24.2 cm, 156 pages, 71 illustrations, including 61 color plates ISBN 978-3-8296-0579-3 22

Martin Assig Vases, Summits, Humans 208 pages, 152 color plates 61⁄2 x 9 in. / 16.5 x 23 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0475-8 US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95

Kishin Shinoyama Balthus – The Painter’s House 104 pages, 42 color and duotone plates 5 x 71⁄2 in. / 12.9 x 19.2 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0320-1 US $ 9.95 Can. $ 10.95

Sabine Rewald Balthus – Time Suspended 164 pages, 76 color plates and 96 ill. 101⁄4 x 121⁄2 in. / 26 x 31.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0321-8 US $ 35.00 Can. $ 39.00

Bernd & Hilla Becher Coal Mines and Steel Mills 188 pages, 154 duotone plates 11 x 11 in. / 28 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0474-1 US $ 75.00 Can. $ 85.00

Bernd & Hilla Becher Hannover Coal Mine 280 pages, 193 duotone plates 103⁄4 x 111⁄2 in. / 27 x 29 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0468-0 US $ 95.00 Can. $ 105.00

Bernd & Hilla Becher At Museo Morandi 48 pages, 14 duotone plates, 8 ill. 74⁄5 x 9 in. / 20 x 23 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0406-2 US $ 24.95 Can. $ 30.95

Laurenz Berges Frühauf Danach 116 pages, 43 color plates 103⁄4 x 11 in. / 27.5 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0538-0 US $ 69.95 Can. $ 77.00

Ingrid Bergman A Life in Pictures (plus CD) 528 pages, 385 color and duotone plates 91⁄2 x 121⁄4 in. / 24 x 31 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0660-8 US $ 129.95 Can. $ 145.00

Ulrike Meyer Stump teaches Theory and History of Photography at the University and the Art Academy of Zurich, Switzerland, Princeton University, and the Ecole du Louvre in Paris. Ann and Juergen Wilde endowed the Blossfeldt archives and photo collection to the Munich Pinakothek der Moderne in 2009. They have edited many books and have curated important exhibitions of the artist and his work.

Joseph Beuys / Caroline Tisdall Coyote 160 pages, 97 duotone plates 93⁄4 x 62⁄3 in. / 25.5 x 17.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0397-3 US $ 45.00 Can. $ 48.95

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Joseph Beuys Parallel Processes 432 pages, 436 color and duotone plates 9 x 111⁄2 in. / 23 x 29 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0482-6 US $ 90.00 Can. $ 100.00

Karl Blossfeldt Art Forms in Nature 276 pages, 240 plates 91⁄2 x 114⁄5 in. / 24 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-88814-627-5 US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95

Karl Blossfeldt The Alphabet of Plants 80 pages, 44 duotone plates 51⁄2 x 71⁄2 in. / 14.4 x 19.2 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0304-1 US $ 9.95 Can. $ 10.95

Marcel Duchamp in Munich 1912 336 pages, 113 color illustrations 61⁄2 x 91⁄4 in. / 16.5 x 23.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0591-5 US $ 55.00 Can. $ 60.00

Bernard Durin Beetles and Other Insects. Paintings 140 pages, 60 color plates 11 x 124⁄5 in. / 28 x 32.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0632-5 US $ 59.95 Can. $ 65.00

Gerrit Engel Schinkel in Berlin and Potsdam 140 pages, 78 color plates 91⁄2 x 11 in. / 24 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0541-0 US $ 68.00 Can. $ 75.00

Elger Esser Eigenzeit 180 pages, 73 color and duotone plates 81⁄2 x 111⁄2 in. / 21.5 x 29 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0418-5 US $ 65.00 Can. $ 84.00

Elger Esser Views 96 pages, 37 color plates 121⁄2 x 11 in. / 32 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0357-7 US $ 69.95 Can. $ 77.00

Elger Esser Vedutas and Landscapes 132 pages, 60 color plates 131⁄5 x 11 in. / 33.5 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-88814-177-5 US $ 90.00 Can. $ 100.00

Elger Esser Nocturnes à Giverny 48 pages, 13 color plates 114⁄5 x 9 in. / 30 x 23 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0578-6 US $ 55.00 Can. $ 60.00

Larry Fink The Vanities 140 pages, 92 duotone plates 105⁄8 x 123⁄5 in. / 27 x 32 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0526-7 US $ 68.00 Can. $ 75.00

Dan Flavin Icons 80 pages, 39 color plates, 28 ill. 91⁄2 x 11 in. / 24 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0405-5 US $ 65.00 Can. $ 81.00

Abe Frajndlich Penelope’s Hungry Eyes 188 pages, 102 color and duotone plates 101⁄4 x 12 in. / 26 x 30.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0559-5 US $ 68.00 Can. $ 75.00

Eberhard Havekost User Interface 178 pages, 167 color and duotone plates 91⁄4 x 114⁄5 in. / 23.5 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0334-8 US $ 90.00 Can. $ 100.00

Adieu Audrey Memories of Audrey Hepburn 136 pages, 89 color and duotone plates 9 x 103⁄4 in. / 23 x 27 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-88814-566-7 US $ 19.95 Can. $ 21.95

ANTON CORBIJN

Joachim Brohm Color 152 pages, 55 color plates 81⁄2 x 103⁄4 in. / 21.5 x 27.5 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0518-2 US $ 45.00 Can. $ 48.95

John Cage Cat. Rais. of the Visual Artworks Vol. I: Ryoanji 298 pages, 136 color plates 124⁄5 x 84⁄5 in. / 32.7 x 22.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0625-7 US $ 125.00 Can. $ 137.50

Anton Corbijn Inside The American 164 pages, 116 color plates 12 x 81⁄4 in. / 32.5 x 21 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0476-5 US $ 59.95 Can. $ 77.00

Anton Corbijn Inwards and Onwards 88 pages, 36 duotone plates 84⁄5 x 84⁄5 in. / 22.5 x 22.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 987-3-8296-0558-8 US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95

Anton Corbijn Famouz 148 pages, 105 duotone plates 101⁄2 x 14 in. / 26.5 x 35.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0182-5 US $ 69.95 Can. $ 77.00

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Anton Corbijn Star Trak 144 pages, 113 color and duotone plates 112⁄3 x 112⁄3 in. / 29.5 x 29.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 987-3-8296-0056-9 US $ 69.95 Can. $ 87.00

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Anton Corbijn U2&i 416 pages, 380 color and duotone plates 101⁄4 x 121⁄4 in. / 26 x 31 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0174-0 US $ 120.00 Can. $ 130.00

Anton Corbijn U2&i 416 pages, 380 color and duotone plates 74⁄5 x 91⁄2 in. / 20.1 x 24 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0319-5 US $ 59.95 Can. $ 65.00

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CANDIDA HÖFER

Candida Höfer In Portugal 128 pages, 83 color plates 92⁄3 x 113⁄4 in. / 24.5 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0279-2 US $ 65.00 Can. $ 84.00

Candida Höfer / Umberto Eco Libraries 272 pages, 137 color plates 91⁄2 x 114⁄5 in. / 24.5 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0186-3 US $ 99.95 Can. $ 110.00

Ellsworth Kelly Plant Drawings 240 pages, 121 color plates 92⁄3 x 131⁄2 in. / 24.5 x 34 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0575-5 US $ 95.00 Can. $ 105.00

Anselm Kiefer Heavenly Palaces 116 pages, 109 color and duotone plates 81⁄4 x 114⁄5 in. / 21 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0459-8 US $ 75.00 Can. $ 85.00

Martin Kippenberger 67 Improved Papertigers 48 pages 7 x 101⁄4 in. / 17.5 x 26 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0350-8 US $ 24.95 Can. $ 27.95

Candida Höfer Louvre 56 pages, 18 color plates 101⁄2 x 131⁄2 in. / 26.5 x 34 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0250-1 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Candida Höfer Napoli 56 pages, 21 color plates 81⁄4 x 101⁄2 in. / 21 x 27 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0424-6 US $ 39.95 Can. $ 49.95

Candida Höfer Opera de Paris 80 pages, 45 color plates 101⁄2 x 131⁄2 in. / 26.5 x 34 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0230-3 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Nick Knight Nicknight – The Blue Velvet Book 162 pages, 118 color and duotone plates 101⁄2 x 131⁄2 in. / 26.5 x 34 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-88814-661-9 US $ 120.00 Can. $ 150.00

Brigitte Lacombe Cinema / Theater 292 pages, 254 duotone plates 101⁄4 x 14 in. / 26 x 35.5 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0180-1 US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95

Louise Lawler Louise Lawler and/or Gerhard Richter 80 pages, 29 color plates 91⁄2 x 103⁄4 in. / 24 x 27.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0581-6 US $ 59.95 Can. $ 65.00

Candida Höfer Spaces of Their Own 208 pages, 112 color plates 112⁄9 x 114⁄5 in. / 28.5 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0514-4 US $ 68.00 Can. $ 75.00

Candida Höfer Philadelphia 48 pages, 13 color plates 91⁄3 x 121⁄2 in. / 24.5 x 23.7 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0440-6 US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95

Candida Höfer Weimar 104 pages, 39 color plates 93⁄4 x 113⁄4 in. / 24.5 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0346-1 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

The Lenbachhaus Book 240 pages, 200 color plates 91⁄2 x 114⁄5 in. / 24.5 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0645-5 US $ 65.00 Can. $ 72.00

Peter Lindbergh The Unknown 200 pages, 89 color and duotone plates 91⁄2 x 121⁄2 in. / 24 x 32 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0544-1 US $ 68.00 Can. $ 75.00

Peter Lindbergh Images of Women 312 pages, 189 duotone plates 72⁄3 x 111⁄2 in. / 19.5 x 29 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0637-0 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Edward Hopper Paintings & Ledger Book Drawings 152 pages, 56 color plates, 69 ill. 71⁄2 x 114⁄5 in. / 19 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0602-8 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Axel Hütte Towards the Wood 84 pages, 37 color plates 13 x 101⁄2 in. / 33 x 27 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0515-1 US $ 78.00 Can. $ 88.00

Robert Mapplethorpe The Black Book 108 pages, 96 duotone plates 111⁄4 x 111⁄4 in. / 28.5 x 28.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0460-4 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Hellen van Meene Tout va disparaître 88 pages, 40 color plates 111⁄2 x 111⁄2 in. / 29 x 29 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0417-8 US $ 65.00 Can. $ 81.00

Mondino – Two Much Limited and signed edition with flip cover 312 pages, 267 color plates 91⁄2 x 121⁄3 in. / 24 x 31.5 cm, hardcover Title No. 813017 US $ 200.00 Can. $ 220.00

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Candida Höfer Affinities 164 pages, 309 color and 22 duotone plates 81⁄4 x 101⁄4 in. / 22 x 26 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0612-7 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

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Silver Marilyn Marilyn Monroe and the Camera 248 pages, 152 color and duotone plates 9 x 122⁄3 in. / 23 x 32.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0312-6 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Marilyn Monroe Milton’s Marilyn 220 pages, 214 color and duotone plates 53⁄4 x 7 in. / 14.5 x 17.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0614-1 US $ 24.95 Can. $ 27.95

The Best of Helmut Newton 160 pages, 105 duotone and color plates 83⁄4 x 101⁄2 in. / 22 x 27 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-88814-635-0 US $ 29.95 Can. $ 32.95

Helmut Newton’s Illustrated No. 1 – No. 4 136 pages, 134 duotone and color plates 81⁄4 x 101⁄2 in. / 21 x 26.5 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-88814-613-8 US $ 24.95 Can. $ 27.50

Helmut Newton Private Property 112 pages, 45 duotone plates 53⁄4 x 71⁄2 in. / 14.4 x 19.2 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-88814-391-5 US $ 9.95 Can. $ 10.95

Bettina Rheims Chambre Close 152 pages, 85 color plates 91⁄4 x 111⁄2 in. / 23.5 x 29 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0316-4 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Bettina Rheims Female Trouble 152 pages, 102 color and duotone plates 9 x 111⁄2 in. / 23 x 29 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0022-4 US $ 34.95 Can. $ 38.95

Leo Rosenthal A Court Reporter of the Weimar Republic 160 pages, 123 duotone plates 81⁄4 x 101⁄4 in. / 21 x 26 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0564-9 US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95

Judith Joy Ross Photographs 144 pages, 92 tritone plates 91⁄2 x 11 in. / 24 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0565-6 US $ 69.95 Can. $ 77.00

Thomas Ruff Works 1979–2011 272 pages, 202 color and duotone plates 112⁄9 x 114⁄5 / 28.5 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0585-4 US $ 79.95 Can. $ 90.00

Yves Saint Laurent Icons of Fashion Design 232 pages, 135 color and duotone plates 9 x 122⁄3 in. / 23 x 32.5 cm, softcover w/flaps ISBN 978-3-8296-0471-0 US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95

August Sander Face of Our Time 144 pages, 60 duotone plates 51⁄2 x 71⁄2 in. / 14.4 x 19.2 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-88814-292-5 US $ 9.95 Can. $ 10.95

August Sander People of the 20th Century 808 pages, 619 duotone plates 9 x 111⁄2 in. / 23 x 29 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0644-8 US $ 125.00 Can. $ 137.50

Simone Sassen / Cees Nooteboom Ultima Thule 128 pages, 101 color plates 74⁄5 x 81⁄4 in. / 20 x 22 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0393-5 US $ 45.00 Can. $ 48.95

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Helmut Newton Pola Woman 152 pages, 175 color and duotone plates 9 x 12 in. / 23 x 30.5 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-88814-749-4 US $ 34.95 Can. $ 38.95

Helmut Newton Portraits 248 pages, 191 color and duotone plates 9 x 111⁄2 in. / 23 x 29 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0131-3 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Helmut Newton Archives de nuit 80 pages, 58 duotone plates 91⁄2 x 113⁄4 in. / 24 x 30 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-88814-664-0 US $ 19.95 Can. $ 21.95

THOMAS STRUTH

Simone Nieweg Nature Man-Made 168 pages, 98 color plates 122⁄3 x 11 in. / 32.5 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0583-0 US $ 69.95 Can. $ 77.00

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Anders Petersen Café Lehmitz 116 pages, 88 duotone plates 83⁄4 x 91⁄2 in. / 21.5 x 24 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0659-2 US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95

Man Ray Portraits Paris – Hollywood – Paris 320 pages, 517 color and duotone plates 9 x 113⁄4 in. / 24 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0540-3 US $ 78.00 Can. $ 88.00

Cindy Sherman Clowns 64 pages, 19 color plates 84⁄5 x 11 in. / 22.7 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0168-9 US $ 39.95 Can. $ 43.95

Cindy Sherman History Portraits 72 pages, 90 color plates 61⁄2 x 91⁄4 in. / 16.5 x 23.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0600-4 US $ 29.95 Can. $ 32.95

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Thomas Struth Museum of Cycladic Art Athens 56 pages, 28 color and duotone plates 91⁄4 x 93⁄4 in. / 23.7 x 24.5 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0444-4 US $ 29.95 Can. $ 37.95

Thomas Struth Unconscious Places 264 pages, 228 color and duotone plates 122⁄9 x 114⁄5 in. / 30 x 28.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0618-9 US $ 110.00 Can. $ 121.00

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Andrey Tarkovsky Films, Stills, Polaroids & Writings 320 pages, 350 color and b/w plates 92⁄3 x 12 in. / 24.5 x 30.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0627-1 US $ 95.00 Can. $ 105.00

Cy Twombly Unpublished Photographs IV 1951–2011 184 pages, 111 color plates 91⁄2 x 121⁄2 in. / 24 x 32 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0589-2 US $ 80.00 Can. $ 90.00

Ellen von Unwerth Couples 320 pages, 195 color and duotone plates 53⁄4 x 81⁄4 in. / 14.7 x 20.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0508-3 US $ 24.95 Can. $ 27.50

Cornelius Völker Painting – Works 1990–2010 248 pages, 176 color plates 92⁄3 x 113⁄4 in. / 25 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0534-2 US $ 68.00 Can. $ 75.00

Cy Twombly 50 Years of Works on Paper 156 pages, 84 color plates 91⁄2 x 133⁄4 in. / 24.5 x 35 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0181-8 US $ 90.00 Can. $ 100.00

Jeff Wall Transit 136 pages, 44 color and duotone plates 104⁄5 x 114⁄5 in. / 27.5 x 30 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0478-9 US $ 69.95 Can. $ 76.95

Jeff Wall In Munich 120 pages, 52 color plates 91⁄2 x 11 in. / 24 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0657-8 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Wim Wenders Pictures from the Surface of the Earth 136 pages, 56 color plates 81⁄2 x 81⁄4 in. / 21.7 x 21 cm, softcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0238-9 US $ 24.95 Can. $ 27.50

CY TWOMBLY

Mette Tronvoll Photographs 132 pages, 46 color plates 91⁄2 x 11 in. / 24 x 28 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0436-9 US $ 65.00 Can. $ 84.00

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Cy Twombly Drawings. Cat. Rais. Vol. 1 1951–1955 240 pages, 262 color plates 92⁄3 x 131⁄2 in. / 24.5 x 34 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0485-7 US $ 175.00 Can. $ 195.00

Cy Twombly Drawings. Cat. Rais. Vol. 2 1956–1960 308 pages, 267 color plates 92⁄3 x 131⁄2 in. / 24.5 x 34 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0486-4 US $ 175.00 Can. $ 195.00

Cy Twombly Drawings. Cat. Rais. Vol. 3 1961–1963 220 pages, 310 color plates 93⁄4 x 131⁄2 in. / 24.5 x 34 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0487-1 US $ 195.00 Can. $ 214.50

Wim Wenders Journey to Onomichi 64 pages, 24 color plates 72⁄3 x 91⁄2 in. / 19.8 x 24 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0453-6 US $ 39.95 Can. $ 49.95

Donata & Wim Wenders Pina. The Film and the Dancers 264 pages, 153 color and duotone plates 92⁄3 x 101⁄2 in. / 24.5 x 26.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0623-3 US $ 65.00 Can. $ 72.00

Michael Wesely Still Lifes 2001–2007 96 pages, 42 color plates 101⁄4 x 133⁄4 in. / 26 x 34.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0305-8 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Cy Twombly The Paintings 1996–2007 240 pages, 88 color plates, plus 11 ill. 101⁄2 x 12 in. / 26.5 x 30.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0366-9 US $ 298.00 Can. $ 328.00

Cy Twombly Photographs II 1951–2007 248 pages, 180 color plates 91⁄2 x 121⁄2 in. / 24 x 32 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0368-3 US $ 120.00 Can. $ 150.00

Cy Twombly Photographs III 1951–2010 184 pages, 104 color plates 91⁄2 x 121⁄2 in. / 24 x 32 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0537-3 US $ 78.00 Can. $ 88.00

Michael Wesely Time Works 120 pages, 64 color and duotone plates 105⁄8 x 123⁄5 in. / 27 x 32 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0513-7 US $ 68.00 Can. $ 75.00

Zhang Huan Drawings 110 pages, 50 color plates 9 x 133⁄4 in. / 23 x 34.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0308-9 US $ 49.95 Can. $ 54.95

Zurbarán Selected Paintings 1625–1664 132 pages, 50 color plates, 27 ill. 101⁄4 x 12 in. / 26 x 30.5 cm, hardcover ISBN 978-3-8296-0545-8 US $ 35.00 Can. $ 38.95


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