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Contents

ICP

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Introduction / How to contact us

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How to contact our imprint partners

117 Jasper, Texas: The Community Photographs of Alonzo Jordan

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How to order / Press enquiries

119 Cynthia Young (ed.) The Mexican Suitcase – The Legendary Spanish Civil

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Steidlville Bookshops

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Book Awards 2010

War Negatives of Robert Capa, Gerda Taro, and David Seymour. 121 Fazal Sheikh Portraits

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About Steidl

123 William Carter Causes and Spirits – Photographs from Five Decades

Monte Packham Concentric Circles

125 Maria Sewcz inter esse – Berlin 1985–87 127 Tomasz Gudzowaty Shipwreckers

STEIDL Photography International

129 Stephen Waddell Hunt and Gather

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Richard Serra Notebooks

133 Koto Bolofo La Maison

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Alexandra Grant / Keanu Reeves Ode to happiness

135 Koto Bolofo Horse Power

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David Lynch Works on Paper

139 Martin Parr (ed.) The Protest Box

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Ed Ruscha Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Vol. 5 Greger Ulf Nilson / GUN

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Jim Dine Night Fields, Day Fields – Sculpture

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Lewis Baltz Candlestick Point

145 Anders Petersen City Diary

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Lewis Baltz Prototype Works

147 Thobias Fäldt Year One

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Robert Frank Pangnirtung

149 Gerry Johansson Deutschland

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John Cohen The High and Lonesome Sound

151 Maja Forsslund AKT

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Chris Killip Seacoal

153 Joakim Eneroth Swedish Red

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Mitch Epstein Berlin

155 Maria Miesenberger Sverige / Schweden 157 Mikael Olsson Södrakull Frösakull

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Mitch Epstein American Power

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Massimo Vitali Landscape with Figures

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Massimo Vitali Natural Habitats

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Massimo Vitali Slipcased Edition

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Alec Soth Broken Manual

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Kai Wiedenhöfer The Book of Destruction

196 Germany, Austria and Switzerland

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Luc Delahaye 2006–2010

197 USA and Canada

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F.C. Gundlach The Photographic Work

198 France

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Kalliopi Lemos Crossings

199 All other territories

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David Campany Walker Evans: the Magazine Work

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Rodchenko

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Martin Munkacsi

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Juergen Teller Get A Life

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Juergen Teller The Master I–III

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Karl Lagerfeld Body Freedom

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Karl Lagerfeld Byzantine Fragments

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Karl Lagerfeld Work in Progress Edition 7L

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Sam Taylor-Wood Third Floor

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Paul Jasmin California Dreaming

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Patrick Swirc North Korea Confidence

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Another Art Book

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Catherine Balet Strangers in the light

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Diana Michener Figure Studies

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24 Nairobi

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Figures & Fictions – Contemporary South African Photography

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François-Marie Banier Autocar Volume 6–11

101 Jitka Hanzlová Cotton Rose 103 Klaus Mettig Don’t Be Left Behind 105 Tina Barney Players 107 William A. Ewing (ed.) Ernst Haas – Colour Correction 109 Duane Michals Photographs from the Floating World 111 Duane Michals A Visit with Magritte 113 Duane Michals Foto Follies 115 Harry Callahan Seven Collages

158 Backlist Distribution

200 Index


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Introduction

In the midst of an economic slump we are told that consumers search out the lowest price available. That has become the remit of the online stores – unbeatable in terms of convenience and price, apparently. But imagine a few extreme weather fronts disrupting holiday season delivery schedules and the picture becomes a little like a snow globe in the hands of a malevolent child, a winter wonderland conundrum that would have Marx giggling with delight. Thank goodness for bookshops. The return of the local, independent bookstore is not to fill a gap suddenly opened up in the relentless march of the internet. It is more exciting than that and is against all the odds. More and more specialist shops are opening across the world, spaces dedicated not just to selling but to browsing and reading, to the contemplation of books, to the pleasure of being in a communal space where people of all ages come to enjoy books. These spaces fulfil a very real need, desire and hope for many of us. So please support your local bookshops, not in defiance of the internet stores but rather in the understanding that both are an essential and necessary part of our future.

Gerhard Steidl & Michael Mack

How to contact us

Düstere Str. 4 37073 Göttingen Germany Tel. +49 551 49 60 60 Fax: +49 551 49 60 649 mail@steidl.de www.steidl.de www.steidlville.com Sales Matthias Wegener Tel. +49 551 49 60 616 Fax: +49 551 49 60 649 mwegener@steidl.de

Program / Submissions Gerhard Steidl gsteidl@steidl.de Michael Mack Tel.: +44 20 82 99 88 47 mm@steidlville.com Catalogue / Editorial work Michael Mack Tel.: +44 20 82 99 88 47 mm@steidlville.com

Export Management / Shipping Robert Walther Tel.: +49 551 49 60 612 Mobile: +49 171 999 4300 Fax: +49 551 49 60 632 rwalther@steidl.de Production Manager Bernard Fischer Tel.: +49 551 49 60 633 Fax: +49 551 49 60 634 bfischer@steidl.de

Public Relations / Press Claudia Glenewinkel Tel.: +49 551 49 60 650 Fax: +49 551 49 60 644 cglenewinkel@steidl.de Poppy Melzack Tel.: +44 20 8299 8847 Fax: +44 20 8299 8827 press@steidlville.com


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How to contact our imprint partners

Caroline Lebar 7, rue de Lille 75007 Paris France Tel. +33 1 4450 2200 Fax +33 1 4450 2205 caroline.lebar@lagerfeldgallery.fr

Vale Studio 62 Wood Vale London SE23 3ED United Kingdom Tel. +44 20 8299 8847 Fax +44 20 8299 8827 info@steidlville.com

International Center of Photography Philomena Mariani 1114 Ave. of the Americas New York, NY 10036 USA Tel. +1 212 857 0037 Fax +1 212 857 0090 pmariani@icp.org www.icp.org

Box Ltd. 412 West 14th Street New York, NY 10014 USA Tel. +1 212 965 9555 Fax +1 212 965 9487 marion@steidldangin.com www.steidldangin.com

Düstere Str. 4 37073 Göttingen Germany Tel. +49 551 49 60 60 Fax +49 551 49 60 649 mail@steidl.de

Nina Holland / Jerry Sohn / Simon Johnston Düstere Str. 4 37073 Göttingen Germany Tel. +49 551 49 60 60 Fax +49 551 49 60 649 nholland@steidl.de jerrysohn@steidl.de 4

Moderna Museet Teresa Hahr Managing Editor Box 163 82 SE-103 27 Stockholm Sweden Tel: +46 8 5195 5257 Fax: +46 8 5195 5250 T.Hahr@modernamuseet.se www.modernamuseet.se

Edition Folkwang / Steidl Museum Folkwang Tanja Milewsky Museumsplatz 1 45128 Essen Germany Tel. +49 201 88 45 342 Fax +49 201 88 45 123 tanja.milewsky@museum-folkwang.essen.de www.museum-folkwang.de

Julia Joern 525 West 19th Street New York, NY 10011 Tel. +1 212 727 2070 Fax +1 212 727 2072 julia@davidzwirner.com www.davidzwirner.com

GUN Steidl /Gun GunGallery Runebergsgatan 3 SE-114 29 Stockholm Sweden Tel. +46 707 27 76 27 info@gungallery.se www.gungallery.se

Peter Miles Studio 650 East 6th Street, Apt. 1 New York, NY 10009 Tel. +1 212 358 7991 email@petermilesstudio.com www.steidl-miles.com


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How to order

Press enquiries

Germany, Austria and Switzerland

Germany, Austria and Switzerland

Steidl Verlag Matthias Wegener Düstere Str. 4 37073 Göttingen Germany Tel. +49 551 49 60 616 Fax +49 551 49 60 649 mwegener@steidl.de

Steidl Verlag Claudia Glenewinkel Düstere Str. 4 37073 Göttingen Germany Tel. +49 551 49 60 650 Fax +49 551 49 60 644 presse@steidl.de

For detailed information on sales representatives please refer to page 196

USA and Canada

France Interart Sarl 1, rue de l’Est 75020 Paris T (1) 43 49 36 60 F (1) 43 49 41 22 info@interart.fr Sodis 128, avenue du Maréchal-de-Lattre-de-Tassigny BP 142 77400 Lagny For detailed information on sales representatives please refer to page 198 USA and Canada Innovative Logistics, LLC 575 Prospect Street, Suite 301, Lakewood, NJ 08701 Phone (U.S.): 866-289-2088 Toll Free (U.S.): 877-318-6990 Phone (Outside U.S.): 732-534-4366 Fax orders (U.S.): 877-372-8892 Fax orders (Outside U.S.): 732-363-0338 E-Mail orders: orders@innlog.net For detailed information on sales representatives please refer to page 197 All other territories Thames & Hudson Ltd. 181a High Holborn London WC1V 7QX United Kingdom Tel. +44 20 7845 5000 Fax +44 20 7845 5055 sales@thameshudson.co.uk exportsales@thameshudson.co.uk

SteidlMACK Poppy Melzack Vale Studio, 62 Wood Vale London SE23 3ED United Kingdom Tel. +44 20 8299 8847 Mobile +44 7534939757 Fax +44 20 8299 8827 press@steidlville.com www.steidlville.com France Patrick Remy 22, Place Charles Fillion 75017 Paris France Tel. +33 1 4263 2167 Fax +33 1 4226 5518 patremy2@wanadoo.fr All other territories SteidlMACK Poppy Melzack Vale Studio, 62 Wood Vale London SE23 3ED United Kingdom Tel. +44 20 8299 8847 Fax +44 20 8299 8827 press@steidlville.com www.steidlville.com

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SteidlvilleLondon East

SteidlvilleBarcelona

SteidlvilleSt. Barts

SteidlvilleBeijing

Círculo Del Arte Carrer de la Princesa, 52 08003 Barcelona Spain Tel: +34 93 268 88 00 www.circulodelarte.com

Linde Gallery Les Hauts du Carré d’Or Gustavia 97133 Saint Barthelemy Tel: +59 5 90 29 73 86

Timezone 8 Books & Cafe (Beijing 798) P.O. Box 8503 No. 4 Jiu Xian Qiao Road Beijing 100015 China Tel: +8610 8456 0336

SteidlvilleBrussels

SteidlvilleCopenhagen

SteidlvilleFlorence

Librairie Saint-Hubert 2, Galerie du roi Brussels 1000 Belgium Tel: +32 2 511 24 12

Storm St. Regnegade 1 1110 København K Denmark Tel: +45 33930014

Brancolini Grimaldi Arte Contemporanea Vicolo dell’Oro 12/R 50123 Firenze Italy Tel: +39 055 239 62 63

SteidlvilleHongkong

SteidlvilleLondon

SteidlvilleLondon East

Asia One 8 Fung Yip Street Chai Wan Hong Kong China Tel: +852 28892320

QBook 5-8 Lower John St London W1F 9HA England Tel: +44 (0)207 287 3554

Rough Trade East Old Truman Brewery 91 Brick Lane London E1 6QL England Tel: +44 (0)20 7392 7788


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SteidlvilleLondon

SteidlvilleLosAngeles

SteidlvilleMadrid

SteidlvilleMoscow

Rosegallery Bergamot Station Arts Center 2525 Michigan Avenue Santa Monica California 90404 Gallery G5 Tel: +1 310 264 8440

La Fabrica Ver贸nica 13, 28014 Madrid Spain Tel: +34 912 985 537

Pobeda Gallery 4th Siromyatnicheskiy pereulok 1 Stroenie 6 Moscow 105120 Russia

SteidlvilleNew Delhi

SteidlvilleNew York

SteidlvilleParis

Photoink MGF Hyundai Building, Ground Floor 1 Jhandewalan, Faiz Road New Delhi 1 10005 India Tel: +91 11 2875 5940/41/42

Box Books 412 West 14th Street New York, NY 10014 USA Tel: +1 212 965 9555

Librairie 7L 7, rue de Lille 75007 Paris France Tel: +33 1 4292 0358

SteidlvilleRome

SteidlvilleSan Diego

WWW.STEIDLVILLE .COM

s.t. foto libreria galleria Via degli Ombrellari, 25 00193 Roma Tel: +39 06 64760105

Museum of Photographic Arts Museum Store 1649 El Prado San Diego, CA 92101 USA Tel: +1619 238 7559 231

For detailed information on all our books, artists and related events and to purchase signed copies and receive special offers, please visit us at www.steidlville.com


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2010 Book Awards AIGA 50 Books/50 Covers Mary Ellen Carroll steidlMACK Photo España 2010 Premio – Mejor libro internacional de fotografía del año Deborah Turbeville Past Imperfect

Robert Frank Portfolio

International Leipzig Documentary Film Festival Gold Medal for best German documentary film 2010 How to Make a Book with Steidl Festival of German Documentary Films Duisburg/Germany 2010 Goethe-Institute Award for How to Make a Book with Steidl Die schönsten Bücher / Best Designed Books from Germany 2010 Bruce Davidson Outside / Inside

Deutscher Fotobuchpreis 2010 Gold medal for Bruce Davidson Outside / Inside

The Mexican Suitcase ICP / Steidl

Deutscher Fotobuchpreis 2010 Silver medal for Edward Burtynsky Oil

Taryn Simon Contraband

Corine Preis 2010 Herlinde Koelbl Mein Blick


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Juergen Teller

Göttingen, 27 February 2009

Juergen Teller’s voice is deeper than I expected. The irreverent, deceptively mundane nature of his work and its black humour – his mother posing as a soccer goalkeeper before his father’s grave; an unremarkable lemon branch laden with fruit; Charlotte Rampling feeding caviar to the naked, laughing Teller with a mother-of-pearl spoon – belie the photographer’s composed character. His words are paced and considered. Teller sits in the library at Düstere Strasse 4, facing the alphabetised bookshelves that line one wall. He wears a dark blue suit jacket over a grey T-shirt, and a gold chain around his neck. With a round child-like face, blue eyes and spiky thinning hair, he looks kind though weary. On the table before him lie colour print-outs from his upcoming book The Master II. These include photos of the naked Lily Cole perched on a rock like a mermaid, a dead octopus on white bed sheets, a nondescript parking lot, Björk with squid ink pasta tumbling from her mouth, and Raquel Zimmermann standing naked before Classical Greek sculpture in the Louvre. Three floors below the library, Teller’s Election Day, the book based on his photos for the Vivienne Westwood Spring-Summer 2009 advertising campaign featuring Pamela Anderson, is being printed.

Monte Packham: When did you first meet Steidl? Juergen Teller: It was in ’97 I think, when I made two Scalo books. M P: With Walter Keller? JT: Exactly. I did the books and came to Göttingen to print them. M P: Was Walter here too, or did you come alone?

JT: He was sort of in and out. I’d see him more in Zurich, London or New York where we had meetings, but on this occasion he just said, ‘OK, now you fly to Göttingen and print the thing.’ I remember arriving and being fascinated by the technical side of book-making: what you can and can’t do, the different ways you can print black and white, what the four-colour process is and so on. Most people don’t realise how difficult it is to print a book and get a good result: I’ve heard people say, ‘Well, you just give your files to the printer and then the book comes out and it’s done.’ But it actually takes a long time to get it right. And then there are all the decisions about the spine and binding to make... 117

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Monte Packham Concentric Circles A Chronicle of Steidl Publishers “Gerhard’s like a Communist. You have to go into the salt mines with him. If you’re willing to go there then you’re like brothers in arms and he’ll do what needs be.” Robert Polidori In August 2008 Monte Packham began taking notes of events unfolding around him during a typical working day as an editor at Steidl Publishers. Until January 2009 he made such daily jottings, candid observations of the organised chaos that is book-making at Steidl. These notes form the basis of Concentric Circles, the first book to depict the eclectic personalities and experiences that shape Steidl. Here the reader discovers the secret processes and comic facets of life at the publishing house: Günter Grass tapping tobacco into his pipe while refining the typography of his latest book, Gerhard Steidl at a Chanel fashion show or unsuccessfully trying to repair his fax machine, Paul Graham pondering binding materials, the sudden halt of the printing press… The book is enriched by interviews with and original texts by some of Steidl’s most important collaborators including Robert Frank, Karl Lagerfeld, Lewis Baltz, Jim Dine, Roni Horn, Tacita Dean, David Bailey and William Eggleston. Concentric Circles is both an unconventional portrait of Steidl Publishers and a compelling insight into the craft of book-making today. Monte Packham is a writer and editor living in Göttingen, Germany. Born in 1981 in Sydney, he has bachelor degrees with honours in art history and law from the University of Sydney. Packham’s writing has been published in Art & Australia, sleek and Another Magazine among others. Since 2007 he has worked as an editor at Steidl.

Monte Packham Concentric Circles A Chronicle of Steidl Publishers Cover art by Jim Dine Book design by Steidl Design 160 pages 6.7 x 9 in. / 17 x 23 cm Flexible clothbound hardcover with a red bookmark € 20.00 / £ 17.00 / US$ 27.50 ISBN 978-3-86930-024-5

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Vol. 1 Egypt

Vol. 2 Luxembourg Exchange

Vol. 3 Spiral Sections

Vol. 4 Ronchamp 1

Vol. 5 Ronchamp 2

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Richard Serra Notebooks Richard Serra’s reputation as one of the great sculptors of our time is well known, yet the role of sketches in his working practice is not known. This suite of books will change that. Serra keeps a large library of notebooks from throughout his career in his studio, hundreds in total. Contained within them are delicate sketches of his travels, of landscapes, architecture and of other ideas, some of which the artist developed into mature sculptures and drawings. Serra has personally selected five of these precious notebooks, which are reproduced here in facsimile. Born in San Francisco in 1939, Richard Serra is one of the most important contemporary sculptors. His work is famous for its size and weight, and he has created permanent site-specific works for many public and private venues. Serra’s books at Steidl include Sculpture 1985–1998 (1999) and Torqued Spirals, Toruses and Spheres (2001).

Vol. 2 Luxembourg Exchange

Vol. 1 Egypt

Vol. 4 Ronchamp 1

Vol. 3 Spiral Sections

Richard Serra

Notebooks Steidl

Cardboard box

Vol. 5 Ronchamp 2

Vol. 1 Egypt, 1989, 44 pages, 9.8 x 13 in. / 25 x 33.5 cm Clothbound hardcover Vol. 2 Luxembourg Exchange, 1996, 48 pages, 15 x 11 in. / 38.2 x 27.8 cm Clothbound hardcover Vol. 3 Spiral Sections, 92 pages, 12.6 x 9.4 in. / 32 x 24 cm Clothbound hardcover Vol. 4 Ronchamp 1, 1991, stapled softcover 24 sheets, 12 x 8.3 inch / 31 x 21 cm Vol. 5 Ronchamp 2, 1991, stapled softcover 16 sheets, 12 x 8.3 inch / 31 x 21 cm Housed together in a cardboard box Limited edition of 1000 with Arabic numbers and 50 épreuve d’artiste Signed and numbered on a label, glued into the lid of the box € 420.00 / £ 350.00 / US$ 550.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-253-9

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Alexandra Grant/Keanu Reeves Ode to Happiness Ode to Happiness is a grown-up’s picture book, a charming reminder not to take oneself too seriously. With drawings by painter Alexandra Grant, text by actor Keanu Reeves, and in collaboration with mutual friend Janey Bergam, this facsimile artists’ book is about making the best of a bad situation. In the tradition of a classic “hurtin’ song”, Reeves’ text externalizes a melancholy internal monologue and subtly pokes fun at it. Grant’s images, delicately realised in sombre inky washes, reflect the dark and light, the pathos and humour of the text. Neither entirely earnest nor wholly ironic, Ode to Happiness is both a meditation and a gentle tease about how we cope with life’s sorrows. Los Angeles based artist Alexandra Grant uses language and words as the basis for her paintings, drawings and sculptures. Grant has exhibited at institutions including the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the California Biennial, Orange County Museum of Art, and the Contemporary Museum, Baltimore. She has collaborated with artists and writers including Michael Joyce and Hélène Cixous, and is a founding member of the Watts House Project in Los Angeles. Keanu Reeves, born in 1964 in Beirut, is a celebrated actor and writer. Reeves’ films include Point Break (1991), Speed (1994), The Matrix (1999) and the upcoming Jekyll (2011). His theatrical roles include an acclaimed portrayal of Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

Alexandra Grant/Keanu Reeves Ode to Happiness

Book design by Alexandra Grant, Keanu Reeves, Gerhard Steidl 40 pages 7.8 x 12.8 in. / 20 x 32.5 cm Singer stitched brochure, printed Quadrotone on Somerset-Book-Paper, housed in a clothbound slipcase € 35.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-209-6 •

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David Lynch, Works on Paper


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David Lynch, Works on Paper


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David Lynch Works on Paper This exceptional book brings together a collection of more than 500 drawings dating from the 1960s by the renowned American film director, David Lynch. His artwork was first unveiled to the general public in March 2007 by the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in Paris. Sketches, watercolours, or simple doodles, this vast collection – carefully conserved by David Lynch since his adolescence and regularly used by him as a source of inspiration – offers a unique glimpse into the artist’s creative process. Using all types of media, from Post-it notes to napkins, the diverse and complementary nature of these drawings allows us to dive into David Lynch’s universe and establish links between his artwork and his films. This exceptional book, both in terms of its format and the quality of reproduction of the works, is a co-publication between the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain and Steidl. David Lynch, born in Montana in 1946, spent his childhood drawing and painting. In 1965, he went to study at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, where he discovered a passion for moving images and made his first experimental short film. He is now among the world’s most talented directors, receiving a Golden Lion in 2006 to honour his career. Throughout his life, David Lynch has never stopped painting, drawing, photographing, and making animated films. He has even broadened his artistic practice to include animation, music composition, and sound production. Co-published with Fondation Cartier, Paris

David Lynch Works on Paper Book design by Xavier Barral 528 pages 11.2 x 15.6 in. / 28.5 x 39.5 cm 500 plates Four colour process Hardcover in a sleeve € 145.00 / £ 125.00 / US$ 195.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-130-3

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Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings Volume 5: 1993–1997 Edited by Robert Dean and Lisa Turney with an essay by Hal Foster, “Evening in America,” which analyzes Ruscha’s paintings of the 1990s. The period covered by Volume 5 comprises 195 paintings, reproduced in full color. A highlight is the complete layout of the 1995 Denver Central Library project, which Ruscha described as “a rolling historical landscape of Colorado and the West.” Other notable series of this period include the “Cityscape” paintings, which resemble ransom notes, and a group of images of clock faces titled after the names of American cars and car manufacturers. This volume also includes numerous documentary photographs, a selection of Ruscha’s sketchbook pages, and complete bibliographic references and exhibition histories. Co-published with Gagosian Gallery, New York/Beverly Hills.

Ed Ruscha Catalogue Resonné of the Paintings, Volume 5: 1993–1997 Edited by Robert Dean and Lisa Turney With an Essay by Hal Foster Book design by Breanne Woods and Judith McKay after an original design concept by Bruce Mau Design 504 pages 9.5 x 11.4 in. / 24 x 29 cm Four colour process Clothbound hardcover housed in a slipcase € 165.00 / £ 138.00 / US$ 220.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-251-5

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Jim Dine Night Fields, Day Fields – Sculpture

“I am an object maker.” Jim Dine Night Fields, Day Fields is a survey of Jim Dine’s sculpture from 1959 to 2009. Dine is commonly seen as a prolific painter, printmaker and photographer whose central practice is drawing, but this book shows that sculpture is just as important in his oeuvre. Here we discover Dine’s favourite and reoccurring motifs: hearts, tools, skulls, and Pinocchio, as well as Classical sculpture in the form of Venus de Milo and Winged Victory. Dine’s media are as diverse as his themes and include bronze, wood, glass and found objects. His styles are similarly manifold, testament to an artist who has shrugged off the trappings of Pop Art to develop an eclectic body of styles that is unique and authoritative in contemporary art. Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Jim Dine completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Ohio in 1957, and has since become one of the most profound and prolific contemporary artists. Dine’s unparalleled career spans fifty years and his work is held in numerous private and public collections. His books at Steidl include Birds (2001), The Photographs, so far (2003), and Hot Dream (52 Books) (2008).

Jim Dine Night Fields, Day Fields – Sculpture Text by Jime Dine and Joseph Anetenucci Becherer Book design by Jim Dine and Jonas Wettre 144 pages 9 x 11 in. / 23 x 28 cm 75 photographs Four colour process Softcover € 35.00 / £ 29.00 / US$ 42.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-204-1

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Lewis Baltz Candlestick Point

The New York curator Marvin Heiferman characterized Lewis Baltz’s landscape photography as a “topography of the emptiness of random, damaged, remote places”. The images in his 1989 series Candlestick Point show Californian fallow land, where piles of rubble and waste accumulate in the middle of the prairie. Traces of technical land development – drainage channels and water dams – are visible, becoming a typically American theme: the development of a territory in the almost infinite prairie. Baltz’s photographic record of the development at Candlestick Point combines sociological and analytical rigour and is strongly oriented towards the tradition of Land Art, and retrospectively pays tribute to its crucial influence on conceptual art since the 1970s. Candlestick Point was first published in 1989 and has been unavailable for decades, other than as an expensive collectible on the secondary photobook market. Lewis Baltz’s works have been the subject of over fifty one person exhibitions. Seventeen monographs have been published on his work. He came to prominence as a part of the ‘New Topography’ movement of the 1970s. Baltz studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and received a Master of Fine Arts from Claremont Graduate School in 1971. He is currently based in Paris and Venice.

Lewis Baltz Candlestick Point Text by Wolfgang Scheppe Book design by Lewis Baltz, Bernard Fischer, Gerhard Steidl 128 pages 12.6 x 9.6 in. / 32.2 x 24.5 cm 50 photographs 72 Tritone and 12 colour plates Clothbound hardcover € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 72.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-109-9

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Lewis Baltz The Prototype Works

Beginning in 1965, but especially in the years between 1967 and 1971, Lewis Baltz made a body of work concentrated on the dialectic between simple, regular geometric forms found in the postwar industrial landscape, and the culture that generated such forms. Stucco walls, parking lots, the sides of warehouse sheds or disused billboards baked in the steady Californian sunlight. Baltz called his works “Prototypes,” by which he meant replicable social conventions as well as model structures of replicable manufacture. Marking Baltz’s preliminary forays into a minimal aesthetic, The Prototype Works continued his work to capture the reality of a sprawling Western ecology gone wild. Lewis Baltz’s works have been the subject of over fifty one person exhibitions. Seventeen monographs have been published on his work. He came to prominence as a part of the ‘New Topography’ movement of the 1970s. Baltz studied at the San Francisco Art Institute and received a Master of Fine Arts from Claremont Graduate School in 1971. He is currently based in Paris and Venice.

Lewis Baltz The Prototype Works Text by Matthew S. Witkovsky Book design by Lewis Baltz, Bernard Fischer, Gerhard Steidl 188 pages 110 x 105.5 in. / 27.9 x 26.8 cm 85 photographs Tritone € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 72.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-250-8

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Robert Frank Pangnirtung

In August 1992 Robert Frank’s good friend and antique dealer Reginald Rankin invited Frank on a trip to Pangnirtung, a village of around 1,300 Inuit inhabitants in the Arctic Circle. This book is Frank’s documentation of the five-day sojourn. Curiously Frank depicts Pangnirtung void of its people: the still harbour, public housing, a convenience store, a telephone post. Sincere without being sentimental, the photos are shaped by a short text from Frank himself, “Prefabricated homes along the main road in Pangnirtung. At times a decorated window – reflections inside or outside. Stones – maybe the balance of a big sky above…” Robert Frank was born in Zurich, Switzerland in 1924 and immigrated to the United States in 1947. He is best known for his seminal book The Americans, first published in 1958, which gave rise to a distinct new form in the photo-book, and his experimental film Pull My Daisy, made in 1959. Frank’s other important projects include the books Black White and Things, 1952, and The Lines of My Hand, 1972, and the film Cocksucker Blues for the Rolling Stones, 1972. He divides his time between New York City and Nova Scotia, Canada.

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John Cohen The High and Lonesome Sound The Legacy of Roscoe Holcomb “The music of Roscoe Holcomb transcended daily life. Although it was grounded in Appalachia, in East Kentucky, in his little town of Dais, his music travelled like it was on a path towards a distant star.” John Cohen In 1959 John Cohen travelled to East Kentucky looking for what he calls “old music”. Cohen asked for names at local gas stations but soon ran out of leads, and drove off the highway onto the next dirt road. Here he stumbled across Roscoe Holcomb playing the banjo and singing on his front porch in a way says Cohen, “that made the hairs on my neck stand up on end”. And so by pure chance began the life-long friendship that is the background for The High and Lonesome Sound. Cohen visited Holcomb frequently over the next three decades, and made many photographs, films and records of his music. In time Holcomb, a poor coal miner by trade, became a regular feature on the American concert and festival circuits. The “strange beauty and discomfort” of his music – a mixture of blues, ballads and Baptist hymns, and unique through his high strained voice – was exposed to a larger audience. Nevertheless Holcomb died alone in a nursing home in 1981. The High and Lonesome Sound combines Cohen’s vintage photos, film and musical recordings as well as an anecdotal text into a multimedia tribute to this underappreciated legend of American music whose every performance was in Cohen’s words “not just a rendition of music, but a test of something to be overcome”. John Cohen, born in 1932 in New York, is a photographer, filmmaker, and founding member of the New Lost City Ramblers. A masters graduate from Yale University, Cohen was active in the artistic circles of late 1950s and early 1960s New York, and worked with Robert Frank on his film Pull My Daisy (1959). Steidl has published Cohen’s Past Present Peru (2010).

John Cohen The High Lonesome Sound Text by John Cohen with a DVD with two films about Roscoe Holcomb and a CD with music of Roscoe Holcomb Book design by Gerhard Steidl and Katharina Staal 216 pages 11 x 9.5 in. / 28 x 24 cm 158 photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover with a dustjacket € 85.00 / £ 72.00 / US$ 110.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-254-6

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Chris Killip Seacoal

“When I first saw the beach at Lynemouth in January 1976, I recognized the industry above it but nothing else I was seeing. The beach beneath me was full of activity with horses and carts backed into the sea. Men were standing in the sea next to the carts, using small wire nets attached to poles to fish out the coal from the water beneath them. The place confounded time; here the Middle Ages and the twentieth century intertwined.” Chris Killip began photographing the people of Lynemouth seacoal beach in the north east of England in 1982, after nearly seven years of failed efforts to obtain their consent. During 1983 to 1984 he lived in a caravan on the seacoal camp, and documented the life, work and the struggle to survive on the beach, using his unflinching style of objective documentation. Fifty, of the one hundred and twenty four images published here, were first shown in 1984 at the Side Gallery in Newcastle and others were an important element of Killip’s ground-breaking and legendary book In Flagrante, published four years later. Chris Killip, born on the Isle of Man in 1946, is a Professor of Visual and Environmental Studies at Harvard University where he has taught since 1991. His works are held in the permanent collections of, among others: Museum of Modern Art, New York; George Eastman House; Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco; Museum Folkwang, Essen; the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. His books include In Flagrante (1988), Pirelli Work (2007), and Here Comes Everybody (2009).

Chris Killip Seacoal Chris Killip Text by Chris Killip Book design by Chris Killip, Gerhard Steidl, Jonas Wettre 112 pages with two gatefolds 10.6 x 9 in. / 27 x 23 cm 116 photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover with a dustjacket € 48.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-256-0

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Mitch Epstein Berlin

“Berliners have chosen to leave traces of the worst of themselves in their architecture and landscape. They have understood what a largely amnesiac America has not: reform relies on memory.” Mitch Epstein In 2008 Mitch Epstein won the Berlin Prize in Arts and Letters and was awarded a six-month residency at the American Academy in Berlin. Epstein proudly accepted the offer and initially planned to read and reflect in the academy’s comfortable surroundings. But he could not ignore the call of contemporary Berlin for long. As a Jewish-American whose relatives died in the Holocaust, Germany has since held an uneasy resonance for Epstein and his family. Epstein set out to confront this past by photographing the remnants of Berlin’s war and postwar histories. The resulting images – including the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, fashion billboards at Checkpoint Charlie, the Jewish Memorial at Potsdammer Platz and the Dalai Lama speaking at the Brandenburg Gate – reveal Berlin’s present to be a fraught accumulation of the layers of its past. Mitch Epstein, born in 1952 in Holyoke, Massachusetts, is one of America’s most influential contemporary photographers. Epstein’s books at Steidl include Family Business (2003), Recreation: American Photographs 1973–1988 (2005), and American Power (2009) which won a Deutscher Fotobuchpreis gold medal in 2010. Co-published with The American Academy, Berlin

Mitch Epstein Berlin Edited by Susan Bell and Ryan Spencer Text by Mitch Epstein Book design by McCall Associates, New York 72 pages 96.5 x 116 in. / 24.5 x 29.5 cm 33 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover € 45.00 / £ 36.00 / US$ 55.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-224-9

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Mitch Epstein American Power

In American Power, Mitch Epstein investigates notions of power, both electrical and political. His focus is on energy – how it gets made, how it gets used, and the ramifications of both. From 2003 to 2008, he photographed at and around sites where fossil fuel, nuclear, hydroelectric, wind, and solar power are produced in the United States. The resulting photographs contain Epstein’s signature complex wit, surprising detail, and formal rigor. These pictures illuminate the intersection between American society and American landscape. Here is a portrait of early 21st century America, as it clings to past comforts and gropes for a more sensible future. In an accompanying essay, Epstein discusses his method, and how making these photographs led him to think harder about the artist’s role in a country teetering between collapse and transformation. Mitch Epstein was born in 1952 in Holyoke, Massachusetts. His work has been exhibited and collected by museums and galleries worldwide, including New York’s Metropolitan Museum, Museum of Modern Art and Whitney Museum of American Art. Epstein has won many awards, among them the Kraszna-Krausz Photography Book Award (2003) for Family Business published by Steidl.

Mitch Epstein American Power Essay by Mitch Epstein Book design by Black River Production, McCall Associates, Gerhard Steidl 144 pages with 64 color plates 11.6 x 6 in. / 29.5 x 26.5 cm Clothbound hardcover with a dustjacket € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 72.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-924-4

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Massimo Vitali Landscape with Figures

This is the second edition of the widely celebrated best-seller, Landscape with Figures, which was first published in 2004. This new edition is a marginally smaller format to match the size of the second volume of Massimo Vitali's complete works, Natural Habitats. The new edition utilises new scans to take advantage of the significant technical developments since the first edition was printed. Massimo Vitali, born in Como, Italy in 1944, studied photography in London. He first worked as a photojournalist in the 1970s and then later as a camera operator. In the more recent past, his interests have turned to photography as part of contemporary art. His work has been shown in Arles, Paris, London and New York.

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Massimo Vitali Natural Habitats

In the first volume of Landscape with Figures published in 2004, Massimo Vitali showed his entire oeuvre from the nineties, broadening the scope of his survey of beaches and discos to include skiing resorts and swimming pools from across the globe. Since 2007 Vitali has modified his perspective, shifting between an architectural background and a bizarre and fantastic mise en scène inspired by Romantic landscape paintings from 17th–19th century. The second volume Natural Habitats, comprises seventy photographs, spanning from 2004 to 2009 – also includes a “genealogical tree” of his photographs: 120 thumbnail images which make visual connections by color, composition and time. Massimo Vitali, born in Como, Italy in 1944, studied photography in London. He first worked as a photojournalist in the 1970s and then later as a camera operator. In the more recent past, his interests have turned to photography as part of contemporary art. His work has been shown in Arles, Paris, London and New York.

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Massimo Vitali Landscapes with Figures & Natural Habitats (Slipcased Edition of Two Volumes) In Steidl’s ongoing project to catalogue the life’s work of this Italian master of the photographic medium, this slipcased edition brings together the two volumes which encompass all Massimo Vitali’s images to create a collector’s edition. Volume I is the second edition of Landscape with Figures, the award winning book first published in 2004. Published in a marginally smaller format than the original, the production of this new edition utilises new scans to take advantage of the significant technical developments since the first edition was printed. Volume II is a copy of the first edition of the recently published Natural Habitats. The first 1,000 copies of this limited, slipcased edition includes a giant poster which maps the family tree of Vitali’s works, a visual geneology which is also the history of the artist’s work.

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Alec Soth Broken Manual

Created over four years (2006-2010), Alec Soth’s newest book represents a significant departure from his three previous Steidl publications. Entitled Broken Manual, Soth investigates the places in which people retreat to escape civilization. Soth photographs monks, survivalists, hermits and runaways, but this isn’t a conventional documentary book on life “off the grid.” Instead, working with the writer Lester B. Morrison, the authors have created an underground instruction manual for those looking to escape their lives. Alec Soth was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1969, where he still lives, works and teaches at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. He has received fellowships from the McKnight and Jerome Foundations and was the recipient of the 2003 Santa Fe Prize for Photography. His photographs are in major public and private collections, including the Los Angeles County Museum, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and the Walker Art Center.

Alec Soth Broken Manual Edited by Alec Soth Text by Lester B. Morrison Book design by Alec Soth 68 pages 17 colour plates, 33 black & white plates 21 cm x 29.7 cm Softcover with gatefolds and UV finish € 40.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-199-0

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Destroyed house in the Izbet Abed Rabbou neighborhood in the East of Gaza City.

Sabah Abu Halima, 45, was severely burned by three phosphorous shells which hit her home in Beit Lahiya at about 4 pm on 4 th January 2009. The area was later occupied by the Israeli Army. Her husband Said Allah, 45, and her children Shahid (14 months), Zain, 12, Hamza, 8, Abdel Rahman, 15 burned to death. Youssif, 16, and Ali, 5 were injured. Farah, 4 suffered burns to 65% of her body and is still in the US receiving treatment. Her situation is improving. Her son Omar, 18, was shot and injured in his upper arms while working on a tractor in the field. The whole family works for farmers in the area. They were prevented by the Israelis from bringing their dead to the cemetery. The army covered them with sand but Shahid was dug out by dogs and partly eaten by them. Sabah was treated in Shifa Hospital for four months, two weeks in Egypt and another four months in Shifa. Then she accompanied her daughter Farah for two months to the US. Afterwards, she went back to Egypt for another four months because she contracted cancer related to the phosphorous. The events are also mentioned in the Goldstone Report on page 224.

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Kai Wiedenhöfer The Book of Destruction

For more than 20 years Kai Wiedenhöfer has been taking photographs in the Middle East, a place where many journalists and photographers have covered the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Yet Wiedenhöfer is unique in that he concentrates exclusively on Gaza, and often remains there to take photos long after the media has moved onto more ‘pressing’ news stories. Even in 2009 after the offensive of the Israeli army, Wiedenhöfer was in Gaza. During this time he took disturbingly quiet, almost repetitive pictures of the bleak aftermath of the war that form The Book of Destruction. Wiedenhöfer’s images of crumbling ruins and maimed civilians are a powerful landscape of disquiet and destruction. Kai Wiedenhöfer, born in 1966, studied documentary photography at the Folkwang Universtiy of the Arts in Essen and Arabic in Damascus, Syria. Since 1989 he has worked in the Middle East for the Swiss agency Lookat Photos. Wiedenhöfer is the recipient of numerous awards including an Alexia Grant, a Getty Grant and a World Press Award; for The Book of Destruction he received the Prix Carmignac Gestion du photojournalisme. Steidl has published Wiedenhöfer’s Perfect Peace (2002) and The Wall (2006). Co-published with Fondation Carmignac Gestion, Paris

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Luc Delahaye 2006–2010

“(…) there has to be a photograph in the newspaper. Or an image which emerges from reading an article. The journalistic way of relating facts, which is to say incompletely, without affect or commentary, is the best stimulus for the imagination: it lets me see situations. Nothing which happens during these first moments can help me later on, except by setting something off, but that’s still where everything begins." In this way Luc Delahaye’s pictures are often made at sites and events from which newspapers report everyday. They indicate an approach that is both direct and detached, where the unromantic clarity of the documentary style contradicts and enhances the dramatic intensity of the “tableau” form. Within their visual coherence, they express a nub of formal tensions and invite the beholder to reflect on the relationship between art, history and information through a distanced contemplation. Luc Delahaye was born in 1962. This book, his first with Steidl, is published at the occasion of the exhibition of his most recent works at the Nathalie Obadia Gallery in Paris.

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F. C. Gundlach The Photographic Work

This definitive monograph brings together Gundlach's fashion work for the first time and establishes him as a leading light of the industry. One of the most distinguished German fashion photographers of the post-war era, Gundlach placed fashion in the spotlight for 40 years, and wrote fashion history in the process. His work presents not only the history of clothing, but also the poses, gestures, props and locations, which have defined the changing ideal of beauty over the decades. Alongside this work, Gundlach also created empathetic portraits, reportages and travel photography. Gundlach always considered himself a photographer on assignment, and his photographs for high-circulation magazines shaped the public's perception of fashion. Yet his black-and-white and color photography also captured the spirit of its time, embodying the optimism of the meager days after the war, through op and pop art to the emergence of postmodernism. F.C. Gundlach, born 1926 in Germany, set the stage for the ever-changing vogues, defined postures and gestures of models, chose props and locations and thus reflected the ideals of beauty and fashion against a changing social background. Gundlach’s life work covers fashion from 1950 to 1990, from Haute Couture to Prêt-à-Porter, and from Berlin’s tailoring to today’s unisex fashion. Working for high-circulation magazines such as Film und Frau (1952-1966) and Brigitte (1963-1986), F.C. Gundlach was formative in determining the perception of fashion, whilst reflecting the spirit of the time – from the optimistic postwar years to the beginning of postmodernism. His life’s work has encompassed commercial service and artistic invention and is the oeuvre of a great photographer who was capable of defying what Adorno referred to as the “clotted discrepancy between the sterile and the useful“ of pictorial art.

F.C. Gundlach The Photographic Work Edited by Klaus Honnef, Hans-Michael Koetzle, Sebastian Lux and Ulrich Rüter Text by Klaus Honnef, Hans-Michael Koetzle, Sebastian Lux and Ulrich Rüter Book design by Claas Möller 304 pages and 4 gatefolds 9.5 x 11.8 in. / 24 x 30 cm 400 photographs Four colour process Clothbound Hardcover with a dustjacket € 65.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-594-9

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Kalliopi Lemos Crossings A sculptural trilogy about Europe’s fragile borders Crossing, Round Voyage and At Crossroads are the names of the three monumental sculptures in public spaces which Kalliopi Lemos created between summer 2006 and autumn 2009 in Athens, Istanbul and Berlin from the boats of illegal immigrants. The sculptures are an artistic memorial to a repressed history of modern Europe, which after the Cold War shifted its borders southwards and further eastwards. Europe has become a fortress, sealing itself off against hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers from Africa, the Near and Middle East. Ceuta and Lampedusa, Brindisi or the Canary Islands, with their reception camps and human disasters on the high seas, are symbolic examples of the growing pressure exerted on Europe by this gigantic emigration. What the western public is less aware of, however, is that hundreds of refugees looking for asylum arrive every day on the beaches of the countless Greek islands close to the Turkish border. Now, with her sculptural project of refugees’ boats found on the beaches of Chios, sculptor Kalliopi Lemos has brought this problem into the public arena. Kalliopi Lemos is a Greek artist who lives and works in London. She studied painting and printing at the Central Saint Martin’s School of Art in London. Since 1998 Lemos has become systematically involved with sculpture. Recent solo exhibitions include Drawings Exhibition at BM SUMA Contemporary Art Centre, Istanbul 2008, “Round Voyage” installation at Santral Istanbul, Istanbul, 2007/08, and “Crossing” installation, Eleusis 2006/7. In cooperation with Akademie der Künste, Berlin.

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David Campany Walker Evans: the Magazine Work

Walker Evans (1903-1975) was one of the most important and influential artists of the twentieth century, producing a body of photographs that continues to shape our understanding of the modern era. He worked in every genre and format, in black & white and colour, but two passions were constant: literature and the printed page. While his photographic books are among the most influential in the medium’s history, Evans’s more ephemeral pages remain largely unknown. From small avant-garde publications to mainstream titles such as Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue, Architectural Forum, Life and Fortune he produced innovative and independent journalism, often setting his own assignments, editing, writing and designing his pages. Presenting many of his photo-essays in their entirety Walker Evans: the Magazine Work assembles the unwritten history of this work, allowing us to see how he protected his autonomy, earned a living and found audiences far beyond the museum and gallery. Walker Evans began photographing in the late 1920s. He moved quickly to define his aesthetic and his subject matter: straight and sober photographs of American everyday life and its environs. Within a decade he had produced some of the most significant photographs of the twentieth century, exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, New York and published two landmark books (American Photographs in 1938 and Let us Now Praise Famous Men with James Agee, in 1941). He wrote art and film reviews for Time (1943-45), was employed by Fortune between 1945 and 1965 and taught at Yale thereafter. David Campany is a writer, curator and Reader in Photography at the University of Westminster, London. His books include Art and Photography (Phaidon 2003), Photography and Cinema (Reaktion 2008), ANONYMES: l’amérique sand nom- photographies et cinema (Steidl/Le Bal, 2010) and Jeff Wall: Picture for Women (Afterall, MIT 2011). His essays have appeared in numerous books. He writes for Aperture, Frieze, Photoworks, Source, The Oxford Art Journal, and PA magazine.

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STEIDL PACE/MACGILL Peter MacGill and Gerhard Steidl (eds.) Rodchenko

For many years respected gallerists Peter MacGill, Rudolf Kicken and Edwynn Houk have been collecting Aleksandr Rodchenko’s photographs. This book is a curated selection of these images, mostly reproduced at their original sizes. The hallmarks of Rodchenko’s inimitable Constructivist-influenced vision are here to see, regardless of whether he is photographing people, architecture or machinery: bold diagonals, abstract shapes and moving objects cutting through space. Aleksandr Rodchenko (1891–1956) was an influential Russian photographer, painter, sculptor and graphic designer. He negotiated multiple styles and movements including Constructivism and Dadaism to arrive at a reduced style which he exerted across diverse media. In addition to his work as a visual artist, Rodchenko was an influential museum director and curator.

Rodchenko Edited by Peter MacGill and Gerhard Steidl Text by Peter MacGill Book design by Sarah Winter 104 pages 9.6 x 13 in. / 24.5 x 33 cm 39 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover with a dustjacket € 88.00 / £ 74.00 / US$ 115.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-245-4

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Martin Munkacsi

Martin Munkacsi was never at a loss for self-confidence and set great store by the fact that he was the best paid photographer of his time. Indisputably one of the most significant photographers of the 20th century, he shaped the beginnings of modern photojournalism and set into motion the previously static medium of photography. Munkacsi combined journalistic accuracy with a highly formal aesthetic standard. He was an outstanding representative of the “Neues Sehen,” arguably photography’s weightiest contribution to advanced art. His fashion photography was groundbreaking and his sports photography was unmatched. Munkacsi’s work did not remain intact. It was scattered throughout the world and, to some extent, lost. Only the Ullstein Archive in Berlin maintains a fairly extensive collection of his life’s work from his days in Hungary and Germany. In this volume Munkacsi’s images have been brought together in a previously unexplored presentation, combining pictures from all his artistic phases and several photographs and bodies of work that have not been seen since their initial magazine publication. Munkacsi’s work reveals a tense, technology-obsessed, glamorous and contradictory epoch. Martin Munkacsi, born in Koloszvár, Hungary in 1896, published his first sports photos in 1921 and in 1927 moved to Berlin, where he worked for Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung, Koralle, Uhu, Die Dame, Vu, Modern Photography and other international magazines. By the time he immigrated to the USA in 1934, he had revolutionized fashion photography. He worked under contract for Harper's Bazaar, published works in Life to great acclaim and photographed the influential series "How Americans Live" for Ladies' Home Journal. Munkacsi also worked as an advertising photographer and as a camera man for film productions. Largely forgotten, he died in New York in 1963.

Martin Munkacsi Texts and research by Klaus Honnef and Enno Kaufhold Edited by F. C. Gundlach Book design by Claas Möller 416 pages 9.5 x 11.4 in. / 24 cm x 29 cm 319 photographs Tritone Hardcover € 75.00 / £ 68.00 / US$ 98.00 ISBN 3-86521-269-6

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Juergen Teller Get A life Get A Life is the eagerly awaited new instalment in Juergen Teller’s book series with Vivienne Westwood, following Election Day (2009) and Vivienne Westwood (2008). Here is Teller’s unmistakable anti-fashion style: instead of standard airbrushed models we see Vivienne Westwood perched on a garbage bin, Pamela Anderson in a pot plant and a dishevelled Tati Cotliar screaming at the camera. Irreverent and almost macabre, Get A Life is based around Teller’s advertising campaign for Westwood’s spring-summer 2010 collection yet triumphs in blurring the boundaries between advertising and art. Juergen Teller, born in Erlangen, Germany in 1964, studied at the Bayerische Staatslehranstalt für Photographie in Munich. His work has been published in influential publications such as W Magazine, iD and Purple and has been the subject of solo exhibitions including the Photographer’s Gallery in London, the Kunsthalle Wien and the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in Paris. Teller has produced numerous monographs with Steidl including Marc Jacobs Advertising 1998–2009 and Zimmerman.

Juergen Teller Get A Life Book design by Peter MIles and Juergen Teller 32 pages 9.2 x 12.5 in. / 23.5 x 32 cm 34 photographs Four colour process Softcover € 14.00 / £ 12.00 / US$ 20.00 ISBN 3-86930-117-4

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Marilyn Manson and Dita von Teese, Los Angeles, 2004

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Juergen Teller The Master In the summer of 2005 Steidl published a small booklet of Juergen Teller’s work, titled ‘The Master’. It offered a characteristic examination of his own world and persona as a photographer, a mixture of fashion and commissioned works, alongside self-portraits, family photographs and scenes from his Bavarian home. The title and starting point for the book were portraits of two of his heroes, the photographers William Eggleston and Nobuyoshi Araki. The book quickly went out of print and a second edition of the ‘The Master’ will now be printed alongside ‘The Master II’, marking the beginning of a series of booklets that will culminate in a slip-cased edition of all ten or more at some point in the future. ‘The Master II’ comprises his recent body of work ‘Ukraine’ in which he chose to employ the city of Kiev as the setting for a fashion shoot, mixing fashion, still-lives of the city, and portraits of ordinary people as a way of representing his own fantasy of a country marked by a brash youthful energy and an obsession with capitalism. Juergen Teller, born in Erlangen, Germany in 1964, studied at the Bayerische Staatslehranstalt für Photographie in Munich. His work has been published in influential publications such as W Magazine, iD and Purple and has been the subject of solo exhibitions including the Photographer’s Gallery in London, the Kunsthalle Wien and the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain in Paris. Teller has produced numerous monographs with Steidl including Marc Jacobs Advertising 1998–2009 and Zimmerman.

Juergen Teller THE MASTER I

Juergen Teller THE MASTER II

Juergen Teller THE MASTER III

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Karl Lagerfeld Body Freedom

Body Freedom is the latest chapter in Karl Lagerfeld’s ongoing photographic exploration of model Baptiste Giabiconi. Lagerfeld’s first portrait of Giabiconi in book form, The Beauty of Violence (2010), showed Giabiconi acting out an erotic seizure in a studio and toyed with the idea of nudity. Body Freedom liberates Giabiconi from the studio environment and tackles nudity full on: with enviable self-confidence and no shame, the nude Giabiconi plays before Lagerfeld’s lens. Body Freedom comprises two folio-size books in a slipcase, each embodying a different episode in Giabiconi’s development. The first shows him in the ruins of the Villa Adriana in Tivoli in 2008 (the ‘antique’); while the second presents more recent images of Giabiconi in contemporary architectural settings (the ‘modern’). Containing images taken over three years, Body Freedom is an exercise in the passing of time as seen through the male form, the transition from adolescence into manhood. Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer, book dealer and publisher, began working as a photographer in 1987. He has received the Lucky Strike Design Award from the Raymond Lewy Foundation, the cultural prize from the German Photographic Society, and the ICP Trustees Award at the International Center of Photography’s Infinity Awards in 2007. His recent photographic exhibitions include ‘Konkret Abstrakt Gesehen’ at the Langen Foundation, Neuss; and ‘Metamorphoses of an American – A Cycle of Youth, 2003–8’ at Pace/MacGill, New York. Steidl has published most of Lagerfeld’s photography books, including Casa Malaparte, Aktstrakt, A Portrait of Dorian Gray, Room Service, Palazzo, Metamorphoses of an American, and The Beauty of Violence.

Karl Lagerfeld Body Freedom Book design by Karl Lagerfeld and Gerhard Steidl Book 1: 40 pages with 30 images Book 2: 48 pages with 35 images 13.5 x 16.5 in. / 34.3 x 42 cm Quadrotone 2 Softcoverbooks housed in a slipcase € 48.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-260-7

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Karl Lagerfeld Byzantine Fragments

Comprising Karl Lagerfeld’s photographs of the Byzantine mosaics in the Basilica di San Vitale in Ravenna and conceived in connection with his acclaimed Paris-Byzance collection for Chanel in December 2010, Byzantine Fragments is an eloquent book object that imitates the delicate mosaics it depicts. Lagerfeld’s pictures are impressions, not documentations of the mosaics: each is printed at a different angle and with blurred edges like sepia images on vintage postcards. Byzantine Fragments is all restrained luxury: the photos are printed on ivory parchment, the title page is of indigo tracing paper with gold lettering, while the cover is of gold Arches paper printed with copper ink. Each book is hand-stitched with umber thread and housed in an embossed gold slipcase: this is a precious stone in book form. Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer, book dealer and publisher, began working as a photographer in 1987. He has received the Lucky Strike Design Award from the Raymond Lewy Foundation, the cultural prize from the German Photographic Society, and the ICP Trustees Award at the International Center of Photography’s Infinity Awards in 2007. His recent photographic exhibitions include ‘Konkret Abstrakt Gesehen’ at the Langen Foundation, Neuss; and ‘Metamorphoses of an American – A Cycle of Youth, 2003–8’ at Pace/MacGill, New York. Steidl has published most of Lagerfeld’s photography books, including Casa Malaparte, Aktstrakt, A Portrait of Dorian Gray, Room Service, Palazzo, Metamorphoses of an American, and The Beauty of Violence.

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Karl Lagerfeld Work in Progress

Work in Progress is a survey of Karl Lagerfeld’s photography, showcasing Lagerfeld’s phenomenal range and versatility from his beginnings as a photographer in 1987 to his most recent work. This book is the long anticipated English version of the now sold-out Parcours de Travail which accompanied an exhibition of the same name at the Maison européenne de la photographie in Paris in 2010. Work in Progress shows Lagerfeld moving sleekly between genres such as portraiture, architecture and landscape, with the same restlessness with which he experiments with both rare and progressive photographic techniques including algraphy, serigraphy, resinotypes and sepia prints. Unchanging, however, is Lagerfeld’s fascination with interpreting and reinventing the work of other artists and writers, be it Oskar Schlemmer, Fritz Lang, Lyonel Feininger or Alexej von Jawlensky, to name just a few. Work in Progress is testament to Lagerfeld’s unparalleled photographic achievement to date as well as a promise that the best is still to come. Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer, book dealer and publisher, began working as a photographer in 1987. He has received the Lucky Strike Design Award from the Raymond Lewy Foundation, the cultural prize from the German Photographic Society, and the ICP Trustees Award at the International Center of Photography’s Infinity Awards in 2007. His recent photographic exhibitions include ‘Konkret Abstrakt Gesehen’ at the Langen Foundation, Neuss; and ‘Metamorphoses of an American – A Cycle of Youth, 2003–8’ at Pace/MacGill, New York. Steidl has published most of Lagerfeld’s photography books, including Casa Malaparte, Aktstrakt, A Portrait of Dorian Gray, Room Service, Palazzo, Metamorphoses of an American, and The Beauty of Violence. Exhibition: Chiostro del Bramante, Rome, 8 February 2011

Karl Lagerfeld Work in Progress Edited by Eric Pfrunder and Gerhard Steidl Text by Jean-Luc Monterosso, Elisabeth Quin, Anne Cartier-Bresson Book design by Eric Pfrunder and Gerhard Steidl 192 pages 7.8 x 9.8 in. / 20 x 25 cm 120 colour photographs Four colour process Softcover € 20.00 / £ 17.00 / US$ 25.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-261-4

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Edition 7L Books are books! They may contain texts or photos. Both must be “readable”. A literary text and a good photo have something in common: both must describe something. It is simply another way to comprehend the intentions of the author (photographer or writer). Therefore good photography books have for me a kind of literary value. Like texts they spontaneously convey something that has the great advantage of knowing no language borders. Photography is the “Esperanto” of our time.


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Sam Taylor-Wood Third Floor

When Sam Taylor-Wood climbed the famous mirrored staircase of Chanel’s headquarters at 31 Rue Cambon Paris one day in 2010, she did not quite know what to expect. Her destination was Coco Chanel’s private apartment on the third floor; her mission, to photograph it. Through the door marked “MADEMOISELLE PRIVÉ”, Taylor-Wood entered Coco Chanel’s secret world – exactly as she left it at her death in 1971. Taylor-Wood depicts Coco’s treasures that adorn the rooms: a golden lion, a bejewelled birdcage, leather-bound books, Chinese lacquer screens, crystal chandeliers. Yet unlike standard photos of the apartment with which journalists establish links between Coco’s decorative taste and fashion ideas, Taylor-Wood’s focus is the mysterious, sometimes eerie presence of the objects themselves. Using only the pale sunlight falling through the windows facing Rue Cambon, Taylor-Wood makes objects emerge from darkness and dissolve into it; animals on lacquer screens seem to hide from our sight. Ultimately we are left with a sense of beautiful emptiness – Coco’s touch is everywhere, but everywhere is haunted by her absence. With texts by Justine Picardie, acclaimed author of Coco Chanel: The Legend and the Life (2010), and Karl Lagerfeld, Third Floor is an original insight into the personal domain of one of fashion’s most enduring icons. Born in 1967, Sam Taylor-Wood is at the forefront of contemporary British art. Filmmaker, photographer and conceptual artist, her solo exhibitions include those at the Kunsthallle Zurich, the Hayward Gallery, London, and the Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston. In 2009 Taylor-Wood directed her debut feature film Nowhere Boy about the young John Lennon. Her books at Steidl include Crying Men (2004), Still Lives (2006) and the upcoming Birth of a Clown. Justine Picardie, born in London in 1961, is a journalist and author. Formerly features editor of British Vogue and editor of the Observer, she now writes for publications including the Sunday Telegraph magazine and British Harper’s Bazaar. Picardie’s books include If the Spirit Moves You (2001), Daphne (2008), and Coco Chanel: The Legend and the Life (2010), deluxe editions of which Steidl will publish in 2011.

Sam Taylor-Wood Third Floor Texts by Justine Picardie and Karl Lagerfeld Book design by Peter Miles 80 pages 11.8 x 15.7 in. / 30 x 40 cm 50 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover with a foil embossing € 85.00 / £ 72.00 / US$ 110.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-264-5

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Paul Jasmin California Dreaming

“It is when I see their faces, that I long to photograph them. That is my fantasy life. They keep me dreaming.” Paul Jasmin found some of the models through students at the college he teaches at in Pasadena and others are the children of his friends who he has watched grow into adults. With his pictures, he tries to capture the dreams his subject harbour. Most of the photographs were shot in and around his apartment on Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, in a building that William Randolph Hearst bought as a love-nest for Marion Davies. The photographs translate both Jasmin’s emotional attachment to California, with its perfect weather, the pure light, and the population of dreamers, and the inspiration he gets from spending his time with young people. Paul Jasmin was born in Helena, Montana in 1935. He lives and works in Los Angeles where he teaches at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. His previous book Hollywood Cowboy was published in 2002. He is a regular contributor to L’Uomo, Vogue, Teen Vogue, W, Vogue Homme, Jane, and Interview.

Paul Jasmin California Dreaming Book design by Dimitri Levas 160 pages 8 x 10.5 in. / 20.3 x 26.7 cm 110 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover with a dustjacket € 45.00 / £ 39.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-030-6

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Patrick Swirc North Korea Confidence

“It is impossible to travel alone in North Korea. As soon as you arrive, two guides pick you up. In reality, they act like policemen. They look at each of your actions, each of your movements; you are not allowed to do anything without them. They prevent you from speaking with anybody. As my two guards said it was forbidden to take any photographs, I decided to photograph them and to write their comments.”

Patrick Swirc

DPKR is an unusual travelogue, depicting Patrick Swirc’s difficult journey through North Korea. Whilst it appears to depict only that constricted version of the country he was ‘allowed’ to see, his photographs in fact offer a searing insight into a country little documented by Western photographers. Patrick Swirc was born in Saint-Etienne and studied at the Vevey School of Photography in Switzerland before following a striptease artist to Pigalle. In Paris he began making portraits and worked as a press photographer, including journals such as Libération, Elle, Télérama, Studio and Time Magazine. Since abandoning that work he has pursued his obsession with distant parts of the world.

Previously Announced Patrick Swirc North Korea Confidence Text by Patrick Swirc Book design by Patrick Swirc 68 pages with color photographs throughout 11.6 x 9.6 in./29.5 x 24.3 cm Clothbound hardcover with a dustjacket € 56.00/£ 45.00/US$ 70.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-304-4

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Another Art Book

The final in a series of three collectable books rediscovering the archives of AnOther Magazine, one of the world’s most influential fashion magazines. Another Art Book looks back on the ambitious artistic projects commissioned exclusively for the magazine’s pages since 2001, bringing together some of the most iconic names in modern art including Jake & Dinos Chapman, Yayoi Kusama, Hans Peter Feldmann, Yoshitomo Nara, Ernesto Caivano, Keith Tyson, Urs Fischer and Damien Hirst. Opening an early copy of AnOther Magazine, readers were immediately confronted with ten pages filled with nothing but art – be it Jake and Dinos Chapman’s twisted vision of the Holy Land Experience, a hypnotic sea of dots penned by Yoyoi Kusama, or Damien Hirst’s bloody skulls and severed heads shot by David Bailey (deemed so shocking the pages were sealed with glue). AnOther Magazine thereby subverted the expectations of readers accustomed to finding a bank of advertising at the front of magazines. Over the years the format has evolved, but AnOther Magazine’s unique connection with the art word continues. In 2007 Dress Art paired fifteen artists including Jeff Koons, Annie Morris and John Isaacs with fifteen designers from Stella McCartney to Dolce & Gabbana, and challenged them to create fifteen unique dresses. The results brought together the fields of fashion and art as never before – worlds which have since become inextricably linked. Another Art Book follows Another Portrait Book and Another Fashion Book. The series is edited by Jefferson Hack and designed by David James Associates.

Another Art Book Edited by Jefferson Hack Book design by David James 320 pages 9 x 11.8 in. / 23.2 x 30.2 cm Four colour and black and white process Clothbound hardcover € 56.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 80.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-860-5

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Catherine Balet Strangers in the light One summer night Catherine Balet was inspired by the sight of a young couple standing in the sea bathed in moonlight, shooting a self-portrait with a mobile phone. Balet was touched by the beauty of the scene, the two white bodies revealed by the lightning of the electric flash, and was struck that this was the point where technology met romanticism, where the future met the past, and the blue light of the new world met the golden light of classical painting. Connecting the ephemeral, vacuous, anonymous nature of an out of control digital world with long-lived cultural references, Balet questions how yesterday links into tomorrow. Strangers in the Light explores the dominance of media screens in contemporary life, from surgical simulators to interactive sex, from a connected family gathering to the violence of video games. Her images also refer to the narcissistic self-awareness expressed on social networks and the new approach to quick, light mobile photography that affects our visual culture. All the scenes are lit only with the technological devices, generating a mysterious beauty. Balet casts a fascinated, sometimes ironic, eye on the intricate relationship between man and technology, providing a captivating portrait of our society that hovers between fiction and documentary. Ines connected with Amina, an early image from the series, won the London National Portrait Gallery Taylor Wessing Photographic Third prize in 2008. Catherine Balet graduated at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris and worked as a painter before turning to photography ten years ago, with an artistic approach to sociological issues. As a freelance photographer, she has been a regular contributor to various French and international magazines. Her work has been exhibited widely and is part of private collections. She lives and works in Paris and Brighton. In 2006, Steidl published Identity.

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Diana Michener Figure Studies “For in utter darkness, it is impossible to know in what degree of safety we stand; we are ignorant of the objects that surround us…” Edmund Burke Figure Studies is exactly that, studies in the human form. The practice of figure studies has a long history in the visual arts, particularly drawing, but for Michener it is about blurred, close-up, black-and-white photos with a sensual, dark, sometimes menacing edge. Intertwined human forms, body parts bordering on abstraction, and frozen movement are the stuff of Michener’s raw vision. Born in Boston in 1940, Diana Michener holds a Bachelor of Arts from Barnard College in New York and later studied with Lisette Model at New York’s New School. Michener has exhibited internationally, including a retrospective at the Maison Européene de la Photographie in Paris in 2001. Her books with Steidl include the award-winning Dogs, Fires, Me (2005), 3 Poems (2006) and Sweethearts (2010).

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Nick Ysenburg, Guillaume Bonn (eds.) 24 Nairobi

In July 2007, a few friends around a table in a restaurant in Nairobi formed the idea to create a book about the real Nairobi. 24 Nairobi is the result of that meeting, a publication that transcends media stereotypes of the city, employing locally based photographers and writers to tell their stories, with an emphasis on the unseen working life of the city. Books on the world’s most famous metropolises are common enough, but 24 Nairobi is the first to explore Nairobi in an imaginative, comprehensive way. The city has a turbulent past: just over 100 years old, it was the first apartheid city in Africa, and has been shaped by military unrest, incessant slums and industrialisation. Today Nairobi is home to four million contradictory personal histories; 24 Nairobi does justice to those histories. The Photographers: Allan Gichigi, Adriana Struwer, Boniface Mwangi, Guillaume Bonn, Jackie Lebo, James Muriuki, Jim Chuchu, Jolene Wood, Liz Gichuki, Noor Khamis, PK Munene, Robert Njuguna, Yasuyoshi Chiba The Writers: Alfred Omenya, Billy Kahora, Charles Matathia, David Kaiza, Dipesh Pabari, Parselelo Kantai, Shalini Gidoomal, Tony Mochama, Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor Co-published with the Goethe Institute, Nairobi

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Tamar Garb (ed.) Figures and Fictions Contemporary South African Photography ‘Figures and Fictions’ presents the work of 17 South African photographers, all of whom are currently living and working in the country. It features works produced between 2000 and 2010, as the first flush of post-democratic euphoria begins to fade. While the old fixed categories of ‘black and white’ no longer hold, they have not easily been displaced by the ideal of a post-racial ‘rainbow nation’ of citizens and subjects. In this fascinating and fraught political context, a new generation of outstanding photographers have joined the established doyens of South African image makers to produce startling and compelling work. The book and exhibition include renowned practitioners David Goldblatt and Santu Mofokeng, mid-career stars Guy Tillim, Pieter Hugo, Zwelethu Methethwa, Berni Searle, Jodi Bieber, and Terry Kurgan, and newcomers to the international stage Zanele Muholi, Hassan and Husain Essop, Roelof van Wyk, Graeme Williams, Kudzanai Chiurai, and Sabelo Mlangeni. Tamar Garb is Durning Lawrence Professor in the History of Art, and head of the History of Art History department at University College London. She has written widely on portraiture and the body in nineteenth century art and visual culture, on contemporary art and on issues of race and representation. Key publications include Bodies of Modernity: Figure and Flesh in Fin de Siecle France (1994) and The Painted Face: Portraits of Women in France 1814 – 1914 (2007). She was curator in 2008 of the exhibition Land Marks/ Home Lands: Contemporary Art from South Africa at the Haunch of Venison Gallery and of Gauguin: Maker of Myth at Tate Modern (2010) and The National Gallery of Art, Washington.

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François-Marie Banier Autocar Volume 6–11 I have always had the dream to make books that would mirror a life formed by the wind pushing us, by the fires I always ignite much to the police’s chagrin: books that, like my photographs, my drawings, my writing – like an attitude – are not produced but crafted. Together with Martin d’Orgeval as the conductor, and Gerhard Steidl as the wizard-publisher, I have ventured to gather these energies and to follow my intuition, to adjoin one by one my spelling mistakes, my un-photogenic works, my pen’s pirouettes, their reverberating souls – to take you with me through mountains of dreams over oceans of laughter and into my life shared with millions whose loving eyes rest on me. Autocar, Omnibus is a series of tailored books of indescribable forms linking the artist, who is driving the bus, with his readers/passengers who are often models, victims, fatally delivered to the camera’s shutter and the drawn line; linking their fantasies, their needs for evasion, and offering shelter within these whimsical books. And now the adventure continues with new collages, drawings and painted portraits to enjoy! Ensure your place on the ongoing Autocar journey with the new volumes six to eleven. François-Marie Banier was born in Paris in 1946 where he continues to live and work. He is the author of several novels and plays, and the creator of more than twenty photo-books. Banier contributes regularly to The New Yorker. A tireless flâneur, Banier likes nothing more than to wander the streets of Paris with his Leica camera and notebook, portraying whatever he chooses, forever in search of bodies and faces.

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François-Marie Banier, Poaime, Autocar Vol. 7 80 pages, 35 x 29.5, four colour process, € 98.00 / £ 80.00 / US$ 125.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-160-0

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Jitka Hanzlová Cotton Rose

The photographs in Cotton Rose were taken in the Gifu Prefecture of Japan. Hanzlová strongly resisted the long tradition of Japan travel journals showing a foreign and exotic Japan. She was aided in this by her own history of having left her village in the former Czech Republic for political reasons in 1983. The experience of having been a “foreigner” herself enabled her to step beyond cultural differences to make an intimate portrayal of a people and their own sense of home. Hanzlová’s photographic voice has always been a muted and gentle mirror of her sympathetic approach, and in Japan she found a people and a landscape which perfectly suited her language. Jitka Hanzlová, born 1958 in the Czech Republic, moved to Germany in 1982. Between 1987 and 1994 she studied visual communication at University Essen, specializing in photography. She has been awarded several photography awards, including the BMW – Paris Photo Prize 2007. Venues for solo exhibitions of her work have included the Museum Folkwang, Essen, Kicken Gallery, Berlin and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

Jitka Hanzlová Cotton Rose Text by Ulf Erdmann Ziegler Book design by Jitka Hanzlová 112 pages 7.1 x 10 in. / 18 x 25.5 cm 46 photographs Four colour process Hardcover half linen bound € 40.00 / £ 36.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-127-3

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Klaus Mettig Don’t Be Left Behind

Klaus Mettig has traveled through numerous countries since 1973 in his search for photographs that tell the stories of people’s lives, cultures and relationships to their histories. This book combines breathtaking panoramas of Asian cities with portraits of their residents and restores to the term “globalization” the complexity which is often painfully absent in political discussions. Klaus Mettig, born in Brandenburg in 1950, attended the Independent Study Program of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York in 1976–1977 and was awarded the Karl-Schmitt-Rottluff scholarship in 1984. He participated in documenta VII and the Shanghai Biennal, and has had solo exhibitions at the Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, the Van Abbe Museum Eindhoven and the Castello di Rivoli in Turin.

Klaus Mettig Don’t Be Left Behind Text by Frank Wagner, Ingrid Hölzl and Julian Heynen Book design by Klaus Mettig, Orson Sieverding, and Gerhard Steidl 328 pages 9.25 x 12.2 in. / 23.5 x 31 cm 67 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 75.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-595-6

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Tina Barney Players

In Players, Tina Barney expands her subject matter to include fashion, performers, and actors, as well as her own circle of friends. Emboldened by the cacophony when photographing on stage, Barney has embraced a more casual aesthetic that is visually exhilarating. Editor and designer Chip Kidd has translated this excitement to the pages of this new book. And Michael Stipe has contributed his poetic vertigo. In her two previous books, Barney chose to look at families in America and their milieu and then carried on this examination of families in Europe. Now she combines commercial assignments dating back as far as 1988, with editorial, fashion, and portraiture. Selections from her personal work complete the mix. The result is refreshing, revealing and curious. Barney has always been fascinated by the circumstances in which her subjects operate. Whether performing publicly or privately, they are all “players”. Tina Barney was born in 1945 in New York. Since 1975, she has been producing large-scale photographs of family and friends. Her meticulous tableaux chronicle the complexity of interpersonal relationships. These lush colour prints have been exhibited and collected by major institutions around the world. Barney was the recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship. Her monographs include The Europeans, published by Steidl in 2005. She lives in New York and Rhode Island.

Tina Barney Players Edited by Chip Kidd Text by Michael Stipe Book design by Chip Kidd 96 pages 11.8 x 9.2 in. / 30.5 x 22.9 cm 66 photographs Four colour process Hardcover € 35.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-995-4

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William A. Ewing (ed.) Ernst Haas Colour Correction

Ernst Haas is unquestionably one of the best-known, most prolific and most published photographers of the twentieth-century. He is most associated with a vibrant colour photography which, for decades, was much in demand by the illustrated press. This colour work, published in the most influential magazines in Europe and America, also fed a constant stream of books, and these too enjoyed great popularity. But although his colour work earned him fame around the world, in recent decades it has often been derided by critics and curators as “overly commercial”, and too easily accessible – or in the language of curators, not sufficiently “serious”. As a result, his reputation has suffered in comparison with a younger generation of colour photographers, notably Eggleston, Shore and Meyerowitz. Paradoxically, however, there was also a side of his work that was almost entirely hidden from view. Parallel to his commissioned work Haas constantly made images for his own interest, and these pictures show an entirely different aspect of Haas’s sensibility: they are far more edgy, loose, complex and ambiguous – in short, far more radical than the work which earned him fame. Haas never printed these pictures in his lifetime, nor did he exhibit them, probably believing that they would not be understood or appreciated. Nonetheless, these works are of great complexity, and rival (and sometimes surpass) anything done at the time by his fellow photographers. This book is intended to correct the record. Ernst Haas was born in Vienna in 1921, and took up photography after the war. His early Austrian work on returning prisoners of war brought him to the attention of Life Magazine, but he courageously declined a job as staff photographer in order to keep his independence. At the invitation of Robert Capa, Haas joined Magnum in 1949, developing close associations with Capa, Bishof and Cartier-Bresson. He began experimenting with colour, and went on to become the premier colour photographer of the 1950s. In 1962 New York’s Museum of Modern Art mounted its first solo exhibition of his colour photography. Haas’s books were legion, and one, The Creation (1971), sold 350.000 copies. Ernst Haas received the Hasselblad award in 1986, the year of his death.

William A. Ewing (ed.) Ernst Haas Colour Correction Texts by William A. Ewing and Phillip Prodger Book design by Thomas Lenthal 200 pages 9.8 x 9.8 in. / 25 x 25 cm 163 photographs Hardcover with dust jacket € 48.00 / £ 43.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-136-5

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Duane Michals Photographs from the Floating World

Artists such as Degas, Whistler, and Toulous-Lautrec reinterpreted the Ukiyo-e aesthetic, the popular genre of woodblock prints produced during the Japnaese Edo period’s “floating world” of sophisticated, urban culture (c. 1620–1867). More than a century later, Duane Michals presents a modern and personal approach to this artistic tradition. Inspired by the work of Bonnard, Vasarely, Vermeer, and Vuillard, Michals’s colour photographs fuse Eastern and Western influences to present scenarios that blur the boundaries between fantasy and reality, and explore the enigmatic, floating nature of contemporary life. Although he has previously used colour film for commercial projects, “Photographs from the Floating World” marks the first occasion that Michals has used colour in his personal work. Images from this series describe discrete moments with the powerful brevity of Japanese haiku: a flower blossoms, a woman waits for someone, a man builds a card house, a cat sees the ghost of his dead master. Duane Michals, born in 1932 made significant, creative strides in the field of photography. In the 1960s, an era heavily influenced by photojournalism and its aesthetic, Michals manipulated the medium to communicate narratives using a distinctive pictorial technique. In 1970 the Museum of Modern Art, New York, hosted Michals’s first solo exhibition. Since then his work has been widely exhibited and it has received numerous awards. Duane Michals lives and works in New York City.

Duane Michals Photographs from the Floating World Book design by Duane Michals and Katharina Staal 64 pages 9.5 x 6.3 in. / 24 x 16 cm Four colour process Softcover € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 32.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-986-2

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Duane Michals A Visit with Magritte

“If I indulge myself and surrender to memory, I can still feel the knot of excitement that gripped me as I turned the corner into Rue Mimosas, looking for the house of Rene Magritte. It was August, 1965. I was thirty-three years old and about to meet the man whose profound and witty surrealist paintings had contradicted my assumptions about photography.” This book records Michals’ visit with the great Belgian painter of inverse worlds and bizarre hybrid forms. Michals invites the viewer to follow him on the exciting journey to the private sphere of an artist who at the time inspired and intimidated him. The still lifes taken in Margritte’s house and the portraits of the inhabitants, Margritte and his wife, are distant and intimate, private and representative, humorous and calm at the same time. They reflect the high respect the man behind the camera felt for the subjects of his pictures. Duane Michals, born in 1932 made significant, creative strides in the field of photography. In the 1960s, an era heavily influenced by photojournalism and its aesthetic, Michals manipulated the medium to communicate narratives using a distinctive pictorial technique. In 1970 the Museum of Modern Art, New York, hosted Michals’s first solo exhibition. Since then his work has been widely exhibited and it has received numerous awards. Duane Michals lives and works in New York City.

Duane Michals A Visit with Magritte Book design by Duane Michals, Gerhard Steidl and Katharina Staal 64 pages 6.1 x 8.1 in. / 15.5 x 20.5 cm Four colour process Softcover € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 32.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-987-9

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Duane Michals Foto Follies. How Photography Lost its Virginity on the Way to the Bank “The announced demise of the decisive moment is premature.” Duane Michals Duane Michals’s Foto Follies takes a satirical and humorous look at contemporary photography, art criticism and the state of today’s art market. Whether parodying Wolfgang Tillmans or Thomas Ruff, Andres Serrano, Sherrie Levine, or Cindy Sherman, Michals uses his ferocious wit, keen intelligence and great pictorial skill to create pictures that are both humorous and penetrating, while taking aim at the pretensions that are often perceived as deliberately obscuring contemporary art. Michals provides us with a grand parody that exemplifies his mastery of the visual world and the written word. Duane Michals, born in 1932, made significant, creative strides in the field of photography. In the 1960s, an era heavily influenced by photojournalism and its aesthetic, Michals manipulated the medium to communicate narratives using a distinctive pictorial technique. In 1970 the Museum of Modern Art, New York, hosted Michals’s first solo exhibition. Since then his work has been widely exhibited and it has received numerous awards. Duane Michals lives and works in New York City.

Duane Michals Foto Follies How Photography Lost its Virginity on the Way to the Bank Book design by Duane Michals and Claas Möller 96 pages 6.3 x 9.5 in. / 16 x 24 cm Four colour process Softcover € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 32.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-275-7

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STEIDL PACE/MACGILL Harry Callahan Seven Collages

“It might be said that the subject of Callahan’s photographs is photography, and that his world exists essentially as a formal problem.” John Szarkowski Harry Callahan was one of the most respected and influential American photographers of the modern era. He was a master of traditional genres such as portraiture, landscape, architecture and nature studies, but also experimented with new ways of using the medium. One of Callahan’s favorite themes was the repeating pattern, whether in multiple reeds reflected on a lake‘s surface or the rows of windows on a building‘s facade. While lesser known than some of his other work, Callahan’s collages demonstrate an intense interest in and profound understanding of the process of photographic seeing. His collages are rigorous yet playful explorations of a visual world created in his studio. The subject is either faces cut from magazines or rectangles cut from black or white paper. Callahan then photographed the collages pinned to his studio wall on his 8x10 inch view camera, one leading to the next to create this never before published series. Harry Callahan (1912–1999), born in Detroit, began his career as an amateur photographer. After attending a lecture and workshop by Ansel Adams in 1941, and a meeting with Alfred Stieglitz in 1942, Callahan decided to devote his energies to photography. In 1946 he followed an invitation by László Moholy-Nagy to teach at Chicago’s Institute of Design. He left in 1961 to chair the photography department at the Rhode Island School of Design. Callahan held that position until 1973 and retired from teaching altogether four years later. Harry Callahan was the recipient of numerous distinctions, and he was chosen to represent the United States at the 1978 Venice Biennial, the first photographer to be so honoured. Since his first one-person show in 1947, Callahan’s work has been the subject of over 60 solo and group exhibitions, 18 of which were at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Co-published with Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York.

Harry Callahan Seven Collages Book design by Peter MacGill and Gerhard Steidl 32 pages 11 x 12.7 in. / 28 x 32.4 cm 7 Tritone plates Clothbound hardcover € 40.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-140-2

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Jasper, Texas: The Community Photographs of Alonzo Jordan

Alonzo Jordan worked for forty years as a photographer in Jasper, Texas, a small town that was little known until the brutal murder there of a forty-nine-year-old African American named James Byrd by three white males on June 7, 1998. While Jordan died in 1984, his photographs offer new insight into the social and cultural milieu in which Byrd grew up and spent his entire life, but perhaps, more enduringly, illuminate the intrinsic power of the image to shape perception. Jordan’s photographs are windows into an unseen world. A barber by trade, he took up photography to fill what he perceived as a need in his community. He understood the ways the photographic image could imbue its subject with a greater sense of meaning and bolster self-esteem. Historian Alan Governar has been recovering and documenting the work of African American photographers for more than a decade. Working with Jordan’s widow, he has preserved the thousands of negatives and prints that Jordan produced over the course of his career. Jasper, Texas, which accompanies an exhibition at the International Center of Photography, presents a selection of Jordan’s work, documenting the everyday life of several generations of Jasper’s African American residents. Co-published with International Center of Photography, New York.

Alan B. Govenar (editor) Jasper, Texas: The Community Photographs of Alonzo Jordan Book design by Katharina Staal 160 pages 11.6 x 9 in. / 29.5 x 23 cm 137 Tritone and 3 colour plates Hardcover half linnen bound € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-151-8

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Cynthia Young (ed.) The Mexican Suitcase The Legendary Spanish Civil War Negatives of Robert Capa, Gerda Taro, and David Seymour

Sometimes, even in the world of photography, miracles happen. On 19 December 2007, three battered, commonplace cardboard boxes arrived at the International Center of Photography in New York. Within these boxes – the so-called Mexican Suitcase – was a treasure trove of photographic history believed lost since World War II: the legendary Spanish Civil War negatives of Robert Capa, Gerda Taro, and David Seymour (known as “Chim”). The Mexican Suitcase contained 126 rolls of film, mostly shot between May 1936 and spring 1939, that are an inestimable record of innovative war photography and of a definitive episode in Spanish history. The photographs include Capa’s images of the Battle of Rio Segre, Chim’s famous image of a woman nursing a baby at a land reform meeting in Estremadura, and Taro’s last photos at the Battle of Brunete where she was killed in 1937. The story of the Mexican Suitcase itself is as fascinating as the photographs it contained. Carried by Capa’s studio manager from Paris to Bordeaux by bicycle in 1939, it came into the possession of General Francisco Aguilar González, the Mexican ambassador to the Vichy government in 1941–42, and found its way to Mexico City. Decades later the suitcase was discovered among González’s belongings and in 2007 was given to ICP, founded by Robert Capa’s brother Cornell Capa and home of the Capa and Taro archives as well as a large Chim collection. In 1979, Cornell Capa had implored the public to come forward with information about the Mexican Suitcase which he had spent years looking for: “Anyone who has information regarding the suitcase should contact me and will be blessed in advance.” This landmark two-volume publication, which accompanies a major exhibition at ICP and reproduces all 4,500 negatives from the suitcase, embodies the blessing Capa spoke of and presents the miraculous contents of the suitcase to the public for the first time. Co-published with International Center of Photography, New York.

Cynthia Young (ed.): The Mexican Suitcase: The Legendary Spanish Civil War Negatives of Robert Capa, Gerda Taro, and David Seymour Edited by Cynthia Young; Essays by David Balsells, Simon Dell, Michel Lefebvre and Bernard Lebrun, Kristen Lubben, Paul Preston, Brian Wallis, and Cynthia Young Book design: Martin Venezky / Appetite Engineers 10 x 12.2 in. / 25.4 x 30.9 cm Volume 1: 300 pages, 150 plates and illustrations Volume 2: 450 pages, 400 plates and illustrations Two hardcover books in a sleeve € 85.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 98.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-141-9

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Fazal Sheikh Portraits

The portrait is central to Fazal Sheikh’s work. For more than two decades, as he has worked in different communities around the world, the invitation to sit for a portrait has been one of the principle means by which he has established a link with his subjects and been allowed to enter and document their lives. Often these have been people in crisis: displaced from their homes and their countries, at risk from violence, poverty and prejudice. This book takes in the full range of Fazal Sheikh’s work, from his earliest portraits taken in African refugee camps, through long-term projects in Afghanistan and Northern Pakistan, Somalia and Kenya, to more recent work in South America and in India. It considers the role of the portrait within this kind of social enquiry: the balance of its aesthetic and narrative qualities, its capacity for empathy and also for distance; the values of the collaborative portrait, and the moral ambivalence that surrounds this approach to documenting the lives of disadvantaged people within the context of contemporary art. Fazal Sheikh was born in 1965 in New York City. His previous books include A Sense of Common Ground (Scalo 1996), The Victor Weeps (Scalo 1998), A Camel for the Son and Ramadan Moon (International Human Rights Series 2001), Moksha (Steidl 2005), Ladli (Steidl 2007) and The Circle (Steidl 2008), Fazal Sheikh (TF Editores 2009). Professor Eduardo Cadava teaches English and Comparative Literature at Princeton University. His books include Words of Light: Theses on the Photography of History (Princeton UP, 1997), and Emerson and the Climates of History (Stanford UP, 1997).

Fazal Sheikh Portraits Essay by Eduardo Cadava Book design by Fazal Sheikh 304 pages 7.8 x 9.8 in. / 19.7 x 25 cm 142 photographs Quadratone Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-819-3

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William Carter Causes and Spirits Photographs from Five Decades

“Watch any mother kneeling beside her toddler, pointing and explaining what they are looking at. Our urge to see, and to connect, starts there.” William Carter This book is both an autobiography of William Carter and a study of people. Carter’s photographs, beginning in 1960, take the viewer on his travels throughout the world, from home to New York and Kurdistan, from Dublin to Gaza. Whether working as a photojournalist or purely for himself, Carter focuses on the gestures and expressions of people (sometimes charming, sometimes unsettling), and on streets and landscapes that often long for human presence. The subtitle “Photographs from Five Decades” might seem misleading as it implies a “typical” photobook where the sequence of images is primary. For Carter, however, it is the interplay between his photographs and writings that allows him to see into himself and his subjects: indeed he calls himself a “photographer-writer”. In Carter’s words, his work aims to capture the “hidden implications, eye-blink compositions, odd ironies and happy accidents” of the world. William Carter, born in 1934 in Los Angeles, is a photographer, writer and part-time jazz musician. He has exhibited and published widely, and his work is held in public and private collections in the USA and Europe. Combining his photographic and written work is Carter’s preferred approach to bookmaking, as seen in such publications as Ghost Towns of the West (1971) and Preservation Hall (1996).

William Carter Causes and Spirits Photographs from Five Decades Book design by William Carter, Gerhard Steidl and Sarah Winter 286 pages 9.5 x 11 in. / 24 x 28 cm Tritone Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 48.00 / £ 43.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-123-5

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Maria Sewcz inter esse Berlin 1985–87 As a young photographer Maria Sewcz created a series of radical photographs of Berlin’s east side. The Reichstag, Rathaus, Alexanderplatz, Thälmann Memorial and the border with the west marked the limits of her urban topography. Made from 1985 to 1987, these bold images capture a cold and irreconcilable rage with the status quo at this period of transition. inter esse is a Berlin tale in which recent German history finds expression. Expressed in dynamic movements through constant changes of perspective, the story has no interest in subordinating one individual’s perception to so-called “historical necessities”. Maria Sewcz, born in 1960 and raised in Northern Germany, submitted the portfolio inter esse as her thesis at the Academy of Visual Arts in Leipzig in 1987.

Maria Sewcz inter esse Berlin 1985–87 Edited by Inka Schube Book design by Sarah Winter and Katharina Staal 80 pages 11.6 x 9.3 in. / 29.5 x 23.6 cm 35 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover € 45.00 / £ 40.00 / $ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-788-2

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Tomasz Gudzowaty Shipwreckers

Chittagong, the second largest city in Bangladesh, has become the main place in the world for dismantling large ocean going ships and oil tankers, a massive recycling industry commonly known as shipwrecking. The so-called Chittagong “shipyard complex” consists of approximately ten kilometers of flat beaches and sand-banks where ships are stranded and, after any usable equipment is removed, broken down for their steel. Dozens of thousands of people work there in hazardous conditions, without proper training and gear, using simple, manual tools, gas torches and primitive jacks. Tomasz Gudzowaty photographed these “shipwreckers” in 2004 and 2005. His black and white photographs show men and even children dwarfed by the giant vessels suggesting the vulnerability of the workers and the former beauty of the now polluted beaches. Tomasz Gudzowaty was born in 1971. He studied law at the University of Warsaw. His photographs have been published in Max Magazine, L’Equipe, The Guardian, Newsweek, Forbes, Time, Photo and Stern View and he is also the author of several books. He is a multiple winner of some of the most important photography contests, including World Press Photo, Pictures of the Year, NPPA Best of Photojournalism.

Tomasz Gudzowaty Shipwreckers Essay by Dina Begum Book design by Marek Mielnicki 88 pages 11 x 9.5 in. / 28 x 24 cm Tritone Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-125-9

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Liliane Bettencourt Prix de la Photographie 2010

Stephen Waddell Hunt and Gather

“Stephen Waddell is one of those patient spirits whose art is devoted to depiction, to the contemplation of sight itself. This is neither the oldest nor the original form of art, nor possibly the most significant these days, but it may be the most stable, consistent, and richest in possibility. Its models are Velázquez, Cézanne, Manet, Atget, and Walker Evans. Waddell’s photographs are usually taken surreptitiously in public places.… He concentrates on notation and suggestion, a delicate and circumspect observation of people in their labor, leisure, and their solitude. He almost never alters anything with a computer. Waddell is an outstanding colorist and has a material, chemical feeling for color, both as pigment in painting, and as any and every colored object and creature he encounters with his camera. A photographer who works as Waddell does can’t pick and choose the colors of the things depicted the way a painter can; he or she has to take them as they are and take them quickly. But there are still ways of composing in color, even under these conditions, and Waddell knows about these ways.…” Jeff Wall in Art on Paper The photographs assembled in this book were mainly taken in Germany, others are from the last twenty years in Japan, Italy, France, Vancouver, and Lebanon. They give an overview of Stephen Waddell’s photographic work, recently honoured by the Liliane Bettencourt Prix de la Photographie 2010. Stephen Wadel was born 1968 in Vancouver, British Columbia. His parents were involved with the arts and he took courses at Simon Fraser University with Jeff Wall. He began making photographs as a means of “sketching” in preparation for paintings, but by the late 1990s he came to photography seriously in its own right. His work has been widely exhibited and is part of international collections. In 1998 he moved to Berlin and proceeded to work there for the next ten years before returning to Vancouver, where he resides today.

Stephen Waddell Hunt and Gather Book design by Stephen Waddell and Gerhard Steidl 96 pages 9.8 x 11.3 in. / 25.0 x 28.7 cm 41 colour plates Four colour process Clothbound hardcover with a dustjacket € 35.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-115-0

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Koto Bolofo La Maison Koto Bolofo is the first photographer to have been granted unlimited access to the secret workshops of Hermès, the house famous for its leather goods, scarves and other beautiful objects. La Maison, itself an elaborate object comprising eleven volumes and the result of seven years’ work, showcases Bolofo’s painstaking documentation of the Hermès universe. Bolofo’s photos explore every facet of Hermès craftsmanship, from the manufacturing of saddles, silk scarves and the famous Kelly Bag, to ready-to-wear, shoes and perfume. Bolofo left no stone unturned: even the private Hermès museum is revealed, a treasure trove hidden in Hermès headquarters on the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The story of how the La Maison project began has become part of Hermès history. In 2002 Bolofo met the chairman of Hermès, Jean-Louis Dumas. Says Bolofo: “Mr Dumas asked me where I came from and I said Lesotho in South Africa. He was shocked and excited, explaining that his great great great grandfather was a missionary, and how the Sothos – my tribe – had protected him. Mr Dumas welcomed me as his cousin and gave me carte blanche to photograph what I liked at Hermès.” Koto Bolofo was born in South Africa in 1959 and raised in Great Britain. Bolofo has photographed and made short films for magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, and GQ. He has created advertising campaigns for companies including Hermès, Louis Vuitton and Dom Pérignon. Bolofo lives in the Vendée, France, and his books with Steidl include Venus, I Spy with My Little Eye, Something beginning with S, Vroom! Vroom!, La Maison and Grande Complications.

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1: Horses, 96 pages 2: Saddles, 72 pages 3: Kelly Bag, 96 pages 4: Clothes, 96 pages 5: Perfume, 48 pages 6: Bugatti Veyron, 128 pages 7: Gardens, 64 pages 8: Special orders, 96 pages 9: Silk, 80 pages 10: John Lobb, 96 pages 11: Collection Émile Hermès, 160 pages

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Koto Bolofo Horse Power

The horse has a long and rich history as a subject in the visual arts. In sculpture and painting, in the decorative arts, and most recently in photography, the horse has been celebrated for its cultural and social importance. Horse Power is a compelling photographic portrait of the horse today. From 12 to 17 September 2009, Bolofo documented life on the grounds of esteemed racehorse trainer Christiane Head-Maarek at Chantilly, France’s famous racehorse town. Rising early each morning to make the most of the rare access he had gained, Bolofo photographed charming every-day occurrences – a blacksmith forging a horse shoe; filing a horse’s hoof; grooming, walking and riding the animals – as well as making candid portraits of ambitious teenage jockeys-to-be. Bolofo explores every aspect of “horse power” – the physical strength of these million-dollar animals, their cultural and sporting status, and not least their noble beauty. Koto Bolofo was born in South Africa in 1959 and raised in Great Britain. Bolofo has photographed and made short films for magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, and GQ. He has created advertising campaigns for companies including Hermès, Louis Vuitton and Dom Pérignon. Bolofo lives in the Vendée, France, and his books with Steidl include Venus, I Spy with My Little Eye, Something beginning with S, Vroom! Vroom!, La Maison and Grande Complications.

Koto Bolofo Horse Power Book design by Koto Bolofo and Gerhard Steidl 144 pages 11.4 x 14.6 in. / 29 x 37 cm 197 photographs Clothbound hardcover Four colour process € 68.00 / £ 60.00 / US$ 98.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-129-7

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Enrique Bostelmann America: un Viaje a traves de la Injustica

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Martin Parr (ed.) The Protest Box

Martin Parr’s collection of photobooks is one of the finest to have ever been assembled and The Protest Box is a box set which brings together five books from that collection as facsimile reprints. Parr has selected diverse books which each deal with the subject of protest in quite different ways. From the documentation of various protest movements to the actual book being a form of protest, all these reprints are gems within the history of photographic publishing. A few are known but many are new, even to the connoisseur of photography books. All these books are virtually impossible to locate, so these reprints will make a substantial contribution to our understanding of this sub-genre of the photobook. The box set is accompanied by a booklet which includes an introduction by Martin Parr, an essay discussing the wider context of these books by Gerry Badger, and English translations of all the texts in the books. Enrique Bostelmann América: un Viaje a traves de la injustica First published in 1970 by Siglo XXI Editores, Mexico City; Bostelmann, a Mexican photographer, journeyed through Latin America looking for examples of injustice, such as the exploitation of indigenous Indians who were forced into factories and menial jobs. Paolo Gasparini Para verte major, América Latina First published in 1972 by Siglo XXI Editores, Mexico City; Gasparini, an Italian born photographer who has lived in Caracas most of his life, traversed Latin America to document the contrast between communism and capitalism. The book also documents and uses graffiti and graphics to emphasis his polemic. Dirk Alvermann Algeria First published in 1961 in Berlin, GDR; Alvermann, a photographer originally born in West Germany, published his book about both sides of the Algerian conflict in East Berlin. The radical design was inspired by Russian film stills. Kitai Kazuo Sanrizuka First published in 1971 by Nora-Sha, Tokyo; a classic protest book which shows the huge popular uprising inspired by the proposed building of Narita airport. Paolo Mattioli and Anna Candiani Immagini del No First published in 1974 by Occhio Magico No 11, Milan; this small format book documented various protests in Italy, from the Feminist Movement to Anti-Fascism marches. Martin Parr (ed.) The Protest Box Five books in a box with a booklet, including essays by Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, and English translations of all texts from the original books Enrique Bostelmann: América: un Viaje a traves de la injustica 176 pages, 11.2 x 7.9 in. / 28 x 20 cm, tritone, hardcover Paolo Gasparini: Para verte major, América Latina 180 pages, 9.7 x 8.7 in. / 24.5 x 22.2 cm, tritone, softcover Dirk Alveramnn: Algeria 224 pages, 4.3 x 7.1 in. / 10.8 x 18 cm, tritone, hardcover Kitai Kazuo: Sanrizuka 184 pages, 7.1 x 9.6 in. / 18 x 24.3 cm, tritone, softcover Paolo Mattioli and Anna Candiani: Immagini del No 124 pages, 3 x 3.9 in. / 7.5 x 9.8 cm, tritone, softcover Limited edition of 1,000 boxed sets € 380.00 / £ 338.00 / US$ 500.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-142-6

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It is not only about Ingmar Bergman or free Sex. It is not about Switzerland. It is not about Photography. It is about Something else. It is about Dreams, Nightmares, Encounters, Disappointment, Alienation, Longing, Secret Dreams, Feelings, What you are Afraid of. It is about other Worlds. And. It is very important for me to show this to the rest of the world. Greger Ulf Nilson


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Anders Petersen City Diary

“I’m a kind of diary photographer. I try not to take pictures as I see them, but as I feel them. I’m interested in imperfection.” Anders Petersen Since the 1960s Anders Petersen has been documenting life beyond the margins of polite society, a world including prostitutes, transvestites, alcoholics, night-time lovers and adult conflict. Petersen photographs his subjects with a candid somewhat detached eye, and is able to disclose unpleasant realities such as drug abuse with a sense of bewilderment and currency. City Diary is an ambitious series of books showing Petersen’s ongoing photographic engagement with life in the shadows in cities including Stockholm, Tokyo and St Petersburg. The first three volumes of City Diary appear here together; the others will follow as and when they are ready – just as life unfolds around Petersen on his travels. Born in Stockholm in 1944, Anders Petersen is one of the most important European photographers working today. Throughout his career Petersen has consistently challenged photographic conventions, beginning with his photographs of late-night regulars in a Hamburg bar in the 1960s, which subsequently became the seminal book Café Lehmitz. Between 1966 and 1968 Petersen studied with Christer Strömholm, and has since published more than 20 books. Co-published with GUN, Stockholm

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Anders Petersen City Diary City Diary 1: 64 pages City Diary 2: 64 pages City Diary 3: 64 pages Edited by Greger Ulf Nilson Book design by Greger Ulf Nilson 9.2 x 12.2 in. / 23.4 x 31 cm Printed quadrotone Stapled brochure with a clothcovered spine, housed in a sleeve € 75.00 / £ 68.00 / US$ 98.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-536-9

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Thobias Fäldt Year One

Thobias Fäldt collects photographs and compiles them, like personal notes, into stories and narratives. It is never clear whether they are his own images and experiences or simply collations of found imagery. Together they culminate into a fictional year of a life, Year One. Thobias Fäldt was born in 1978 in Forsbacka, Sweden, and now lives and works in Stockholm. In 2006 Fäldt received the Scanpix Big Photo award for his Year One project. In 2009 he released the first volume in his series of ten books 581C and the second volume the following year. Fäldt’s work has been exhibited worldwide and is frequently published in art magazines and anthologies. Co-published with GUN, Stockholm

Thobias Fäldt Year One Edited by Greger Ulf Nilson and Lars Tunbjörk Book design by Greger Ulf Nilson 128 pages with 120 color plates 7,2 x 9.8 in. / 18.5 x 25 cm Clothbound hardcover with a dust jacket € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-537-6

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Gerry Johansson Deutschland

Deutschland is the final part of Gerry Johansson’s nation trilogy. As in the previous books, America (1998) and Sweden (2005), Johansson investigates a country by studying the nameless and anonymous. Drifting from town to town, he zooms in on the state of the nation. Where most of us see nobody and nothing, Gerry Johansson shows us everybody and everything. Gerry Johansson was born in 1945 in Örebro, Sweden. He has held four solo exhibitions at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, and has exhibited widely in Europe, Japan and the USA. Johansson participated in the pilot study for the Swedish documentary project EKODOK 90 and photographed for the project 1989–91. In 1999 he photographed Ehime Prefecture on Shikoku Island for the Japan Today project, and in 2001 made landscape studies in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica, as part of the culture program of the Swedish Polar Research Secretariat. Co-published with GUN, Stockholm

Gerry Johansson Deutschland Edited by Greger Ulf Nilson and Gerry Johansson Book design by Henrik Nygren 448 pages with 222 Tritone plates 6.6 x 9.4 in. / 17 x 24 cm Clothbound hardcover with tipped-in image € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-534-5

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Maja Forsslund AKT

At art school in Paris Maja Forsslund sat before croquis models, sketching every day for four months. These croquis sessions are the raw material for painters, teaching them to interpret and shape the human form. Forsslund left Paris and moved to Kraków to continue her studies and she returned to these croquis models, but this time with a camera. The camera adds another dimension. Details stick ruthlessly to the photographs, creating surreal and often tragic portraits. A pair of slippers, a fan and some spots of paint are given altered meaning. The props turn into the models’ personal belongings, parts of their universe. A man in the midst of easels and scattered stools is reminiscent of a survivor on a battlefield. Maja Forsslund was born in Stockholm in 1975. She moved to Paris at the age of 19 and stayed there for ten years before graduating from ENSBA, The Academy of Fine Art in Paris in 2003. In 2001/2002 she studied at The Academy of Fine Art in Kraków. Whilst studying she worked as a set designer and mural painter. Poem by Wisława Szymborska Co-published with GUN, Stockholm

Maja Forsslund AKT Edited by Greger Ulf Nilson Book design by Greger Ulf Nilson 80 pages with 40 Tritone plates 11.6 x 9.3 in. / 29.5 x 23.6 cm Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in-photo on the back € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-410-2

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Joakim Eneroth Swedish Red

What is the world coming to? Well, if you ask Joakim Eneroth the answer is bleak at the best. He capures our growing fear, isolation and lack of trust in a series of images that at first strikes you as common and plain. In fact quite ordinary. But under the surface and beyond the first glance, you sense strange and highly neurotic vibrations. The naïve struggle for increased security and comfort portayed in these images are either humorous or disturbing. You decide which. In Swedish Red, Eneroth examines the idea of the home as a perfect place, where life is totaly comfortable and secure. How fear, or the need for security, easily evolves into deep isolation. The images tempt us, and tell us to fuck off, at the same time. Joakim Eneroth was born in 1969 and is today based in Stockholm. His works are included in such collections as Tate Modern (London), Moderna Museet (Stockholm), The Brooklyn Museum of Art (NY), Houston Museum of Fine Art (Houston), Dallas Museum of Art (Dallas), MEP (Paris) and more. Eneroth received the prize Prix Voies Off in Arles in 2005. Swedish Red has been exhibithed in Paris, London, Berlin, Dallas, Stockholm, among other places. Co-published with GUN, Stockholm

Joakim Eneroth Swedish Red Edited by Greger Ulf Nilson and Joakim Eneroth Book design by Greger Ulf Nilson 48 pages with 32 color plates 6.7 x 10 in. / 17 x 25.6 cm Clothbound hardcover € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-613-7

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Maria Miesenberger Sverige /Schweden

Derived from Miesenberger's private family album the darkly, evocative images of the Sverige /Schweden series create a narrative of epical proportions. Simultaneously sinister and sweet, they disclose and conceal, confront and evade their apparent content: the dreams and nightmares from the memory banks of a childhood. By re-presenting her father’s images of her childhood in Austria and Sweden, Maria Miesenberger transforms these images to another order of speech. The photographed persons are no longer recognized as individuals. They are set afloat as dark hollow shapes in the image. As the detail and nuances are darkened they become trapdoors in the pictorial surface, leaving us alone with our projections and associations. In these innocent looking images of the small nuclear family an inherited memory is hidden but present, the father’s childhood in Austria in the presence of war and genocide is hiding behind the shadows. Maria Miesenberger, born in Lund, Sweden 1965, studied photography, and painting at the University College of Arts, Crafts and Design (Konstfack), Stockholm, and sculpture at Parsons School of Design, New York, USA. Her photographical and sculptural work has been shown in various solo and group exhibitions at galleries and institutions including venues at the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Bildmuseet Umea° University, Sweden, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Switzerland, and The ICP, New York, among others. Short Story by Elfriede Jelinek Exhibition produced and toured by Bildmuseet Umea° University, Sweden Co-published with GUN, Stockholm

Maria Miesenberger Sverige/Schweden Edited by Greger Ulf Nilson, Björn Kusoffsky, and Maria Miesenberger Short Story by Elfriede Jelinek Essay by Jan-Erik Lundström Book design by Greger Ulf Nilson and Björn Kusoffsky 176 pages with 88 Tritone plates 9.5 x 12.8 in. / 24 x 32.5 cm Hardcover € 48.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 62.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-844-5

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Mikael Olsson Södrakull Frösakull

This book explores the heritage of Bruno Mathsson, one of Swedish modernism’s leading designers, through two of his architectural works. In Frösakull – a house that Mathsson both designed and lived in – Mikael Olsson invaded, colonised and interacted with the remains of the house. In Södrakull, on the other hand – a second house that Mathsson designed and lived in – Olsson acted like a Peeping Tom, sneaking around the exterior of the house with his camera. This unethical method of trespassing a private space reveals something even more unethical, namely the fact that nobody, not even the Bruno Mathsson firm, took care of his property after his death. Frösakull was later sold, fixtures, furniture and other possessions included, while Södrakull was refurbished and turned into a glossy and artificial space. In Södrakull Frösakull Mikael Olsson has created a phenomenological interplay between presence and absence, inner meaning and outer representation, turning the very notion of the human gaze inside out. Mikael Olsson, born in Sweden, 1969, studied at The School of Photography at Gothenburg University and at the Department of Architecture, Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg. He has exhibited widely in Sweden and abroad.

Mikael Olsson Södrakull Frösakull Text by Beatriz Colomina, Hans Irrek and Helena Mattsson Book design by Jonas Jansson & Daniel Carlsten /Acne Art Department and Mikael Olsson 208 pages 9.8 x 10.2 in. / 25 x 26 cm 84 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover with a French fold dust jacket, printed recto verso € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 72.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-059-7

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Abbe, James Shooting Stalin Hardcover, 24 x 29 cm, 272 pp, 350 duotone plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-043-2

Berenice Abbott Two clothbound books housed in a slipcase, 32 x 34 cm, Vol. 1: 264 pp, 118 tritone Vol. 2: 316 pp, 151 tritone € 100.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 145.00 978-3-86521-592-5

Adams, Robert Gone? Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 25.4 x 25.4 cm 128 pp, 118 tritone photographs € 49.50 / £ 44.00 / US$ 69.95 978-3-86521-917-6

Adams, Robert Tree line Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 25.6 cm x 27.6 cm 128 pp, Tritone plates throughout € 35.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-956-5

Aldridge, Miles Pictures for Photographs Hardcover with a slipcase 39 cm x 27 cm 176 pp, Drawings and color plates throughout € 85.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 125.00 978-3-86521-841-4

Alÿs, Francis Sign Painting Project Hardcover, 26.5 x 14 cm 220 pp, 300 photographs € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-290-0

Anderson, Laurie Night Life Flexible clothbound hardcover 16 cm x 23.5 cm, 96 pp € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-339-6

Another Art Book Clothbound hardcover 23.2 cm x 30.2 cm 320 pp, Four color and b/w printing throughout € 56.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-860-5

Another Fashion Book Clothbound hardcover 23.2 cm x 30.2 cm 320 pp, 250 color and b/w plates € 55.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-729-5

Another Portrait Book Clothbound hardcover 23.3 cm x 30.2 cm 280 pp, Color and b/w plates throughout € 55.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-842-1

Diane Arbus, Lisette Model, Christer Strömholm Portraits: Arbus, Model, Strömholm Softcover with Flaps 26.2 cm x 26.8 cm 160 pp, 100 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-143-9

Avedon, Richard Portraits of Power Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 24.5 x 30 cm 298 pp, 180 b/w plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-675-5

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Babeth Clothbound hardcover in a slipcase, 28.4 x 36.3 cm 416 pp, 200 color plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-482-9

Bacon, Francis Francis Bacon – A Terrible Beauty Softcover, 17 cm x 24 cm 224 pp € 24.00 / £ 19.00 / US$ 34.95 978-3-86930-027-6

Bacon, Francis Francis Bacon – New Studies. Centenary Essays Hardcover, 19.5 cm x 25.5 cm 272 pp, 260 color plates € 39.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 58.00 978-3-86521-946-6

Bailey, David Bailey’s Democracy Clothbound hardcover 26 x 33 cm, 160 pp 47 tritone plates € 44.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-192-7

Bailey, David Havana Leatherbound hardcover, 26 x 33 cm, 176 pp full color photos throughout € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-270-2

Bailey, David Is That So Kid Hardcover, 26 x 33 cm 72 pp, 51 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-632-8

Bailey, David NY JS DB 62 Hardcover, 26 x 33 cm 72 pp, 3 color, 24 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-414-0

Bailey, David Pictures that Mark Can Do Clothbound hardcover 26 x 33 cm, 176 pp 164 color plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-367-9

Bailey, David 8 Minutes Clothbound hardcover 26 x 33 cm, 264 pp four color throughout € 44.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 68.00 978-3-86521-864-3

Bailey, David Flowers, Skulls, Contacts Leatherbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo 26 x 33 cm, 300 pp € 56.00 / £ 49.00 / $ 75.00 978-3-86930-128-0

Bailey, David Eye Clothbound hardcover 26 x 33 cm, 188 pp 3 color plates, 89 tritone plates € 48.00 / £ 44.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-86521-708-0

Bakkom, Matthew New York City Museum of Complaint Hardcover 24.5 x 32 cm, 304 pp Four color throughout € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 59.90 978-3-86521-745-5

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Baltz, Lewis Works Nine volumes printed quadratone and four colour Clothbound hardcovers housed in a slipcase € 500.00 / £ 400.00 / $ 600.00 978-3-86930-114-3

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Banier, François-Marie I Missed You Hardcover, 18 x 24.5 cm 328 pp, tritone € 45.00 / £ 39.50 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-823-0

Banier, François-Marie Grandes Chaleurs Clothbound Hardcover 24 cm x 30 cm 144 pp, 109 tritone plates € 45.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 59.90 978-3-86521-822-3

Banier, Francois-Marie Boite de dessins Autocar Volume 1 Clothbound hardcover 36 x 26 cm, 96 pp € 75.00 / £ 65.00 / $ 85.00 978-3-86930-066-5

Banier, Francois-Marie Brioche Lait Pot Poire Autocar Volume 2 Clothbound hardcover 30 x 40 cm, 48 pp € 46.00 / £ 76.00 / $ 110.00 978-3-86930-067-2

Banier, Francois-Marie To have fun at home Autocar Volume 3 Clothbound hardcover 7.5 x 14 cm, 48 pp € 24.00 / £ 20.00 / $ 32.00 978-3-86930-068-9

Banier, Francois-Marie On n’est jamais tranquile Autocar Volume 4 Clothbound hardcover 33 x 19 cm, 64 pp € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / 68.00 978-3-86930-073-3

Banier, Francois-Marie I am fascinated Autocar Volume 5 Leporello fold to a cardboard cover 15.5 x 29.3 cm, 24 pp € 48.00 / £ 58.00 / $ 58.00 978-3-86930-074-3

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Bartos, Adam Boulevard Hardcover, 29.4 x 24.5 cm 120 pp, 59 color plates € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-159-0

Valérie Belin Hardcover, 22.7 x 28.4 cm 312 pp, 143 tritone 17 color plates € 50.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-465-2

Berndt, Jerry Insight Hardcover with dust jacket 28 x 24 cm, 224 pp, 109 b/w and 12 color plates € 42.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-725-7

Joseph Beuys, Klaus Staeck Honey is flowing in all directions Clothbound, 21 cm x 29.6 cm 104 pp, 93 duotone plates € 24.50 / £ 17.50 / US$ 29.95 978-3-88243-538-2

Bischof, Werner WernerBischofPictures Clothbound hardcover 24 x 26.7 cm, 464 pp 350 tritone and 80 color plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-86521-265-8

Blaufuks, Daniel Terezín Hardcover with dust jacket 20.5 x 25.5 cm, 192 pp 126 photographs four color process € 42.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-699-1

The Collections of Barbara Bloom Softcover, 23 x 28.5 cm 256 pp, four color throughout € 45.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-621-2

Bolofo, Koto I Spy with My Little Eye, Something beginning with S Hardcover, 29 cm x 37 cm 146 pp, tritone € 48.00 / £ 44.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86930-035-1

Bolofo, Koto Venus Williams Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 29.7 x 34 cm, 100 pp 90 color and b/w plates € 42.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-602-1

Bolofo, Koto Vroom! Vroom! Hardcover, 29 cm x 37 cm 96 pages, 84 color plates € 58.00 / £ 52.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-86521-961-9

Bolofo, Koto Große Komplikation / Grand Complication Three clothbound hardcover housed in a slipcase 29 x 37 cm, 274 pp € 98 / £ 80.00 / $ 118.00 978-3-86930-055-9

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Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Henri CartierBresson, Walker Evans Documentary and Anti-Graphic Photographs Hardcover, 20 cm x 24 cm 192 pages, 89 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-072-2

Brohm, Joachim Ohio Clothbound hardcover with a dust jacket, 29.5 cm x 25 cm 120 pp, 40 color plates € 40.00 / £ 36.00 / US$ 59.95 978-3-86521-698-4

Brohm, Joachim Areal Clothbound hardcover, 20.4 x 26.6 cm, 264 pp 206 color plates € 35.00 / £ 22.50 / US$ 35.00 978-3-88243-878-9

Brohm, Joachim Ruhr Clothbound hardcover, 29 x 32 cm, 160 pp 50 color plates € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-389-1

Broomberg, Adam / Chanarin, Oliver Chicago Hardcover, 28.5 x 36 cm 156 pp, 100 color plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-307-5

Broomberg, Adam / Chanarin, Oliver Fig. Hardcover, 16.2 x 20.8 cm 144 pp, full color throughout € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-475-1

Brush, Daniel Thirty Years’ Work Four clothbound books in a slipcase 24.6 x 32 cm, b/w and color throughout € 65.00 / £ 55.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-711-0

Bruyckere, Berlinde de Schmerzensmann Hardcover, 29 cm x 40 cm 64 pp, 50 color plates € 50.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-86521-409-6

Bruyckere, Berlinde de In the Woods there were Chainsaws Hardcover, 29 cm x 38 cm 120 pp, 56 b/w and color plates € 55.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-849-0

Brynner, Victoria (ed.) YUL Yul Brynner: A Photographic Journey Four softcover books in a slipcase 21.6 x 28.2 cm, 800 pp € 98.00 / £ 88.00 / $ 150.00 978-3-86930-131-0

Büchel, C. & Carmine, G. CEAU Leatherbound with acetate jacket 15.5 x 20.5 cm 344 pp, 318 color plates € 34.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-600-7

Burtynsky, Edward China Clothbound hardcover 38.1 x 30.5 cm 180 pp, 80 color plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-130-9

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Burtynsky, Edward Oil Clothbound hardcover 37.5 cm x 29.5 cm 140 pp, 100 color plates € 98.00 / £ 85.00 / US$ 128.00 978-3-86521-943-5

Burtynsky, Edward Quarries Clothbound hardcover 38.1 cm x 30.4 cm 176 pp, 80 color plates € 68.00 / £ 60.00 / US$ 88.00 978-3-86521-456-0

Callahan, Harry Eleanor Hardcover, 26 x 31 cm 160 pp, 121 tritone and 3 color plates € 50.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-88243-464-5

Callahan, Harry Nature Hardcover, 19.5 x 22.5 cm 32 pp, 13 tritone plates € 20.00 / £ 13.00 / US$ 25.00 978-3-88243-437-9

Calle, Sophie True Stories The Hasselblad Award in Photography 2010 25.6 x 27.6 cm, pp 128 € 45.00 / £ 40.00 / $ 65.00 978-3-86930-156-3

Capa, Robert This is War! Robert Capa At Work Softcover, 25 x 28 cm 288 pp, full color throughout € 36.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 48.00 978-3-86521-944-2

Capa, Robert This is War! Robert Capa At Work Hardcover, 25 x 28 cm 288 pp, full color throughout € 55.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-86521-533-8

Carroll, Mary Ellen Mary Ellen Carroll Softcover with a slipcase 17.5 cm x 24.5 cm, 360 pp 400 color and b/w illustrations € 35.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-618-2

Carucci, Elinor Diary of a Dancer Hardcover, 20.3 x 29.7 cm 96 pp, 72 color plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-155-2

Chapman, Jake and Dinos Insult to Injury Clothbound hardcover 38 x 27.6 cm, 176 pp 80 color plates € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-88243-957-1

Christenberry, William Working from Memory Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 23 x 25 cm 112 pp, 50 color plates € 35.00 / £ 22.50 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-593-2

Clarke, Brian WORK Seven clothbond hardcover books housed in a slipcase 25.4 cm x 36.5 cm € 180.00 / £ 150.00 / US$ 249.90 978-3-86521-633-5

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Chuck Close Scribble Book: Self Portrait 2 volumes, Hardcover 25.4 cm x 36.5 cm, Each book is 9 pages; saddle stitched booklet is 8 pages, 9-color printing € 75.00 / £ 64.00 / US$ 99.90 978-3-86521-492-8

Coddington, Grace / Malige, Didier The Catwalk Cats Hardcover, 17 x 24 cm 188 pp, 31 duotone photos and 136 drawings € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 32.00 978-3-86521-344-0

Cohen, John Past Present Peru Two clothbound hardcover books, 3 music CDs with a text booklet and 5 film DVDs housed in a slipcase 27.5 x 28 cm, 284 pp € 125.00 / £ 110.00 / $ 175.00 978-3-86930-103-7

Colacello, Bob Bob Colacello’s Out Plastic Softcover, 30 x 21.3 cm 232 pp, 211 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-403-4

Cole, Ernest The Photographer Hardcover 27 x 29 cm, 256 pp € 45.00 / £ 38.00 / $ 56.00 978-3-86930-137-2

Collins, Michael Record Pictures: Photographs from the Archive Clothbound hardcover 30 cm x 25.5 cm, 218 pp 60 color plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-031-9

Colom, Joan RAVAL Hardcover, 20 x 24 cm 156 pp, 85 duotone plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-324-2

Cowin, Daniel Modernist Photography: The Daniel Cowin Collection at ICP

D'Agati, Mauro Napule Shot Hardcover, 29.5 cm x 20.2 cm 408 pp, 286 color plates € 56.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-955-8

D'Agati, Mauro Palermo Unsung Hardcover, 22 cm x 30 cm 104 pp, 55 tritone plates € 45.00 / £ 39.50 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-918-3

D'Agati, Mauro Alamar Clothbound hardcover 29.5 cm x 25 cm 156 pp, 87 color plates € 45.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 59.95 978-3-86521-954-1

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Dali, Salvador Salvador Dalí Hardcover, 21.7 cm x 28 cm 256 pp, 200 color and b/w plates € 45.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 57.00 978-3-86521-936-7


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Darkside I Hardcover, 24 x 30 cm 344 pp € 45.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-716-5

Darkside II Hardcover, 24 x 30 cm 320 pp € 45.00 / £ 40.50 / US$ 58.00 978-3-86521-925-1

Davidson, Bruce Circus Clothbound hardcover 29.7 x 29 cm, 88 pp 131 tritone plates € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-366-2

Davidson, Bruce England / Scotland, 1960 Clothbound hardcover 23.5 x 27 cm, 192 pp 120 tritone plates € 32.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-127-9

Davidson, Bruce Outside Inside Three clothbound hardcover books in a slipcase 23 x 30 cm, 944 pp Tritone throughout € 125.00 / £ 120.00 / US$ 175.00 978-3-86521-908-4

Dean, Tacita Teignmouth Electron Clothbound hardcover 20 cm x 25 cm 72 pp, Full color throughout € 17.00 / £ 14.95 / US$ 21 .00 978-3-86521-871-1

Dean, Tacita Analogue 1991-2006 Softcover, 18.5 x 23 cm 152 pp, 158 illustrations € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-289-4

Dean, Tacita Darmstädter Werkblock Softcover, signed and numbered 6 x 15.3 cm 80 pp, 80 color plates € 85.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 100.00 978-3-86521-703-5

Dean, Tacita Die Regimentstochter Handstitched softcover, Ltd edition 1000 signed and numbered books 15 cm x 22 cm 64 pp, 36 color plates € 18.00 / £ 12.50 / US$ 25.00 978-3-86521-202-3

Demand, Thomas Nationalgalerie Clothbound hardcover 29.5 cm x 27.7 cm 38 six page gatefolds, with 39 color plates € 65.00 / £ 56.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-941-1

Patrick Demarchelier Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 27 x 31 cm 408 pp, 410 color and b/w plates € 68.00 / £ 48.50 / US$ 99.00 978-3-86521-736-3

Denderen, Ad Van So Blue, So Blue Softcover, 22.5 x 29 cm 272 pp, full color throughout € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-734-9

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Depardon, Raymond Hear Them Speak Hardcover 15.9 x 21 cm, 168 pp 94 color plates € 32.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-837-7

Depardon, Raymond Villes / Cities / Städte Hardcover, 30 x 42 cm 130 pp, full color throughout € 38.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-292-4

Depardon, Raymond Manhattan Out Clothbound hardcover 29.5 x 20.5 cm, 120 pp 97 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 49.50 978-3-86521-704-2

Derges, Susan Elemental Hardcover 25 x 35 cm, pp 240 € 54.00 / £ 48.00 / $ 75.00 978-3-86930-150-1

Dewitz, Bodo von (ed.) La Bohème Clothbound hardcover 25 x 28 cm, 320 pp € 54.00 / £ 52.00 / $ 75.00 978-3-86930-139-6

Dewitz, Bodo von Political Images – Soviet Photographs, The Daniela Mrázková Collection Softcover, 24 cm x 28 cm 240 pages, 234 illustrations € 35.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86930-053-5

diCorcia, Philip-Lorca Thousand Softcover, 18.4 x 20.8 cm 2008 pp, 1000 color plates € 75.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 95.00 978-3-86521-406-5

Dine, Jim Birds Clothbound hardcover 29.5 x 31.5 cm, 88 pp 36 tritone plates € 49.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-88243-240-4

Dine, Jim Entrada Drive Clothbound hardcover 29.5 x 31.5 cm, 48 pp 44 tritone plates € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-86521-080-7

Collodi, Carlo / Dine, Jim Pinocchio Clothbound hardcover 23.5 x 30.5 cm, 176 pp full color throughout € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-264-1

Dine, Jim The Photographs, So Far (vols. 1-4) Four volumes housed in a slipcase, 21.3 x 28.5 cm 1046 pp, 548 plates € 150.00 / £ 100.00 / US$ 150.00 978-3-88243-905-2

Dine, Jim Jim Dine Softcover, 14.8 cm x 21 cm 64 pages, Four color plates throughout € 14.00 / £ 11.00 / US$ 19.95 978-3-86930-038-2

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Dine, Jim Hot Dream (52 books) 52 books, 17 x 23.5 cm b/w, tritone and color throughout € 380.00 / £ 327.00 / US$ 480.00 978-3-86521-693-9

Dine, Jim This Goofy Life of Constant Mourning Orange clothbound flexible hardcover 21.5 cm x 25 cm 296 pp, 181 color plates € 70.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-88243-967-0

Dine, Jim Boy in the World Hardcover 29.5 cm x 21 cm 160 pp, Full color throughout € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-931-2

Diépois, Aline / Gizolme, Thomas Dust Book Clothbound hardcover with tipped-in image, 19 cm x 24.5 cm 104 pp, Color and b/w plates throughout € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 49.90 978-3-86521-818-6

Dine, Jim / Michener, Diana 3 Poems Clothbound hardcover 19.5 x 28.5 cm, 96 pp 23 tritone and 22 color plates € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-259-7

Dine, Jim Poet Singing, The Flowering Sheets Flexible clothbound hardcover 24 x 15.5 cm 112 pp, tritone throughout € 25.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-828-5

Dine, Jim This Is How I Remember Now Hardcover, 21 cm x 24.5 cm 350 pp € 48.00 / £ 33.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-86521-603-8

Dine, Jim L’Odyssée de Jim Dine Clothbound hardcover 29.7 x 31.3 cm, 192 pp full color throughout € 60.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-86521-370-9

Disfarmer, Mike Original Disfarmer Photographs Hardcover, 20 x 25 cm 240 pp, 209 color and 4 b/w plates € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-189-7

Doisneau, Robert Robert Doisneau. From Craft to Art Hardcover, 17 cm x 24 cm 160 pp, Tritone plates throughout € 38.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86930-025-2

Don Perignon I am Drinking Stars! History of a Champagne Cloth-bound hardcover with dust jacket, 14 cm x 20.5 cm 140 pp € 28.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 34.00 978-3-86521-750-9

d'Orgeval, Martin Pâques Softcover, 18.5 cm x 23.5 cm 120 pp, 66 tritone plates € 20.00 / £ 14.50 / US$ 28.00 978-3-86521-262-7

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d'Orgeval, Martin Martin d'Orgeval Clothbound hardcover with dustjacket, 29 cm x 33 cm 80 pp, Full color throughout € 32.00 / £ 29.00 / US$ 49.00 978-3-86521-855-1

Jean-Louis Dumas: Photographer Two hardcover volumes housed in a slipcase, 23 x 20.5 cm 200 b/w plates € 55.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-706-6

Duncan, John Bonfires Hardcover with dust jacket 29 x 28 cm, 72 pp 24 color plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-726-4

Earhart, Amelia Image and Icon Hardcover, 22.8 x 28 cm 160 pp, 120 tritone plates € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 28.00 978-3-86521-407-2

Edström, Anders waiting some birds a bus a woman / spidernets places a crew Two vols, slipcased, 26.8 x 21 cm 128 pp, 80 color plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-032-6

Eggleston, William Paris Clothbound hardcover 22 cm x 28 cm 184 pp, 70 color photographs and 50 drawings € 39.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-915-2

Eggleston, William Before Color Hardcover 22.5 x 25.5 CM, 200 pp € 48.00 / £ 40.00 / $ 65.00 978-3-86930-122-8

Ehrenburg, Ilya My Paris Hardcover, 18.5 x 16 cm 240 pp, 125 duotone plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-88243-927-4

Elgort, Arthur Camera Crazy Hardcover, 22.5 cm x 36.8 cm 200 pp, 150 color plates € 30.00 / £ 19.99 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-027-2

Engström, JH CDG / JHE Hardcover, 29.7 x 23 cm 112 pp, 66 color plates € 38.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 48.00 978-3-86521-538-3

Engström, JH Haunts Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 24.2 x 30.5 cm, 216 pp 127 color and duotone plates € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-297-9

Enwezor, Okwui Archive Fever: Uses of the Document in Contemporary Photography Softcover, 22.8 x 27.9 cm 224 pp, 185 plates € 30.00 / £ 22.50 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-622-9

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Enwezor, Okwui. Snap Judgments: New Positions in Contemporary African Photography Clothbound hardcover, 300 pp 24 x 32 cm, 250 color plates € 55.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-224-5

Epstein, Mitch Recreation: American Photographs 1973–1988 Clothbound hardcover 28 x 42 cm, 144 pp 66 color plates € 60.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-86521-084-5

Epstein, Mitch Work Hardcover, 22.9 x 26.6 cm 276 pp, 226 duotone and 138 color plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-281-8

Epstein, Mitch American Power Clothbound hardcover with dustjacket, 29.5 cm x 26.5 cm 144 pp, 64 color plates € 52.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 72.90 978-3-86521-924-4

Eskildsen, Ute Photography Collection Museum Folkwang Hardcover, 22.5cm x 28cm 312 pp, 345 color & b&w plates € 34.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86930-071-9

Eskildsen / Kuhlmann (ed.) A Star is Born Photography and Rock since Elvis Hardcover 22 x 28 cm, 340 pp € 30.00 / £ 26.00 / $ 48.00 978-3-86930-143-3

Eskildsen, Joakim / Rinne, Cia The Roma Journeys Hardcover with a CD of field recordings and music recorded on the journeys, 23.3 x 26.6 cm 369 pp, 329 color plates € 60.00 / £ 52.00 / US$ 78.00 978-3-86521-371-6

Eskildsen, Ute (ed.) The Stamp of Fantasy Hardcover with dust jacket 29.7 x 29.7 cm 216 pp, 345 color plates € 40.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-608-3

Ethridge, Roe Rockaway, NY Hardcover, 25.5 x 33 cm 112 pp, 50 color plates € 45.00 / £ 32.50 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-485-0

Evans, Walker Lyric Documentary Clothbound hardcover 23.7 x 24.4 cm 260 pp, 200 tritone plates € 48.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-022-7

Walker Evans and the Picture Postcard Rosenheim, Jeff (ed.) Hardcover, 20.5 x 26 cm 350 pp, 400 color postcard repoductions, 30 duotone and b/w plates, 200 tritone plates € 45.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-829-2

Ewald, Wendy Towards a Promised Land Softcover, 21 x 26 cm 192 pp, 80 color and b/w plates € 25.00 / £ 14.99 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-287-0

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Faure, Nicolas Landscape A Hardcover, 29.5 cm x 23.6 cm 144 pp, 80 color plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-212-2

Flavin, Dan The 1964 Green Gallery exhibition Clothbound hardcover 24.5 x 26.7 cm 72 pp, Color plates throughout € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-679-3

Flick, Robbert Trajectories Clothbound hardcover 29.6 x 30 cm, 304 pp 225 color plates € 70.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-018-0

Foster / Heiting / Stuhlman Imagining Paradise Hardcover, 30.4 x 35.5 cm 264 pp, full color throughout € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-462-1

Franck, Martine Women / Femmes Clothbound hardcover with a tippedin photo 20.5 x 22.5, 152 pp € 35.00 / £ 31.00 $ 50.00 978-3-86930-149-5

Frank, Robert The Americans 20.9 x 18.4 cm 180 pp, 83 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 39.95 978-3-86521-584-0

Frank, Robert Looking In: Robert Frank’s The Americans – Expanded Edition Hardback, 24 cm x 29.2 cm 528 pp, 108 color, 168 tritone, 210 duotone plates € 69.00 / £ 49.90 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-806-3

Frank, Robert Henry Frank, Father Photographer Clothbound hardcover 14 cm x 16.5 cm 88 pp, tritone plates throughout € 24.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 28.00 978-3-86521-814-8

Frank, Robert Portfolio Brochure, printed envelope 20.5 cm x 27.3 cm 48 pp, 40 tritone plates € 18.00 / £ 12.00 / US$ 20.00 978-3-86521-813-1

Frank, Robert Tal Uf Tal Ab Otabind softcover housed in a slipcase 20.5 x 25 cm, 40 pp € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / $ 28.00 978-3-86930-101-3

Frank, Robert Black White and Things Softcover, 20 cm x 20.7 cm 80 pp, 37 tritone plates € 22.00 / £ 18.00 / US$ 29.95 978-3-86521-808-7

Frank, Robert One Hour Clothbound hardcover 10.5 x 15 cm, 96 pp 14 tritone plates € 18.00 / £ 12.50 / US$ 20.00 978-3-86521-364-8

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Frank, Robert Come Again Sewn softcover, 21.5 x 28 cm 48 pp, color matt inks with polaroid varnish € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-261-0

Frank, Robert The Complete Film Works Vol. 1: Pull My Daisy; The Sin of Jesus; Me and My Brother; Three DVDs in a film-roll box € 95.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 140.00 978-3-86521-365-5

Frank, Robert The Complete Film Works Vol. 2: OK End Here; Conversations; Liferaft Earth; Three DVDs in a film-roll box € 95.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 140.00 978-3-86521-525-3

Frank, Robert The Complete Film Works Vol. 3: Keep Busy; About me: A Musical; S-8 Stones; Three DVDs in a film-roll box € 95.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 140.00 978-3-86521-591-8

Frank, Robert London/Wales Hardcover, 20 x 24.5 cm 128 pp, 70 tritone plates € 47.50 / £ 30.00 / US$ 74.50 978-3-86521-362-4

Frank, Robert Me and My Brother Softcover with DVD included 25 x 32.5 cm 56 pp, 100 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-363-1

Frank, Robert New York to Nova Scotia Hardcover, 22.7 x 30.4 cm 112 pp, 27 duotone and 4 color plates € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-013-5

Frank, Robert Zero Mostel reads a book Hardcover, 14.4 x 21.5 cm 40 pp, 36 tritone plates € 17.50 / £ 14.00 / US$ 27.50 978-3-86521-586-4

Frank, Robert Frank Films – The Film and Video Work of Robert Frank Softcover, 17 cm x 24 cm 304 pp, b/w photographs throughout € 32.00 / £ 27.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-815-5

Frank, Robert Paris Hardcover with dust jacket 18.5 x 22 cm 108 pp, 69 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-524-6

Frank, Robert Pull My Daisy Hardcover, 13.7 x 20.2 cm 64 pp, 53 tritone plates € 17.50 / £ 14.00 / US$ 27.50 978-3-86521-673-1

Frank, Robert Seven Stories Seven stapled softback albums housed in a slipcase, 14 cm x 10 cm 124 pp, 93 color plates four color printing throughout € 25.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-789-9

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Frank, Robert Storylines Hardcover, 24.5 x 28 cm 240 pp, 225 duotone and 25 color photos € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-041-8

Freed, Leonard Worldview Hardcover, 24.5 x 31 cm 312 pp, 220 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 27.50 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-463-8

Gallet, Gauthier Backstage & Frontrow Softcover, 23.5 cm x 31 cm 272 pages, 220 color plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-092-9

Gearon, Tierney Daddy, where are you? Clothbound hardcover 32.5 x 26.8 cm 156 pp, 73 color plates € 75.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-309-9

Germain, Julian For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness Hardcover with a full-color printed cloth, 23.5 cm x 28 cm 72 pages, 40 color plates € 30.00 / £ 27.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-077-5

Gilbert, Odile Her Style Hardcover, 25 cm x 35 cm 264 pages, 330 color plates € 68.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 68.00 978-3-88243-925-4

Gober, Robert A Robert Gober Lexicon Two volumes in a slipcase 17 x 24 cm, 131 illustrations € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 58.00 978-3-86521-121-7

Goldberg, Jim Open See Four volumes in a printed sleeve 16.5 cm x 26.1 cm 200 pp, Tritone and color plates throughout € 40.00 / £ 36.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-826-1

Goldin, Nan The Beautiful Smile Hardcover, 25 x 27 cm 200 pp, 137 tritone and color plates € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-539-0

Felix Gonzalez-Torres Clothbound hardcover 21.2 x 27.3 cm 320 pp, full color throughout € 70.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-196-5

Goodwin, Dryden Cast Hardcover with dust jacket 29.7 x 19.8 cm 160 pp, 100 color and b/w plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-727-1

Antony Gormley Silk-screened linen hardcover 24.7 x 29.8 cm 400 pp, full color throughout € 70.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-029-6

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Gossage, John The Thirty-Two Inch Ruler / Map of Babylon Clothbound with dust jacket 23.5 cm x 28.6 cm 80 pp, 180 color plates € 45.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 68.00 978-3-86521-710-3

Sheela Gowda Hardcover, 20.4 x 27.5 cm, 180 pp, b/w and color throughout € 42.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-88243-469-0

Gowin, Emmet Photographs Clothbound hardcover, 24 x 26cm 102 pp, tritone throughout € 40.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-863-6

Graham, Paul Paul Graham Hardcover, 22.5 cm x 28 cm 376 pp, 250 color plates € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 64.00 978-3-86521-858-2

Graham, Paul a shimmer of possibility Softcover, 24.2 cm x 31.8 cm 376 pp, 176 color plates € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 64.00 978-3-86521-862-9

Grass, Günter Günter Grass Catalogue Raisonné 1 - The Etchings Hardcover with a dust jacket 24 cm x 31 cm 608 pp, 303 illustrations € 98.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 125.00 978-3-86521-565-9

Grass, Günter Günter Grass Catalogue Raisonné 2 - The Lithographs Hardcover with a dust jacket 24 cm x 31 cm 742 pp, 356 illustrations € 98.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 125.00 978-3-86521-566-6

Grey, Colin In Sickness and in Health Hardcover, 16 cm x 20 cm 96 pp, 63 color plates € 35.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-940-4

Grey, Joel Looking Hard at Unexamined Things Softcover, 18 x 24.5 cm 180 pp, full color throughout € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-272-6

Gruyaert, Harry TV Shots Flexible hardcover, 19.7 x 28.7 cm 152 pp, 105 color plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-375-4

Hajek-Halke, Heinz Artist, Anarchist Clothbound hardcover, 26 x 33 cm 224 pp, 108 tritone plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-134-7

Hansgen, Karen Schmatz! - Lunches at Steidl created by Rüdiger Schellong Softcover, 16.5 cm x 23 cm 176 pp, Four color throughout € 16.80 / £ 15.00 / US$ 22.95 978-3-86521-911-4

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Hara, Cristóbal Autobiography Hardcover, 18 x 24 cm 96 pp, 69 color plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-472-0

Hara, Cristóbal An Imaginary Spaniard Clothbound hardcover, 18 x 24 cm 96 pp, 63 color plates € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 30.00 978-3-88243-901-4

Hare, Chauncey Protest Photographs Hardcover, 25.4 cm x 31.7 cm 224 pp, 170 tritone plates € 45.00 / £ 39.00 / US$ 56.00 978-3-86521-495-9

Evelyn Hofer Breidenbach, Susanne (ed.) Clothbound hardcover, 24 x 29 cm 312 pp, 76 tritone and 70 color plates € 65.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-057-9

Holdt, Jacob United States 1970-1975 Softcover, 21 cm x 25 cm 191 pp, 90 color plates € 32.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-393-8

Horn, Roni If on a Winter’s Night... Softcover, 17.2 x 22.9 cm 128 pp, 62 color plates € 20.00 / £ 14.50 / US$ 20.00 978-3-88243-911-3

Horn, Roni Doubt Box (Book IX of To Place) Boxed set, 20.3 x 25.4 cm 28 two-faced cards 56 color plates € 85.00 / £ 55.00 / US$ 100.00 978-3-86521-276-4

Horn, Roni Cabinet of Hardcover, 30.5 x 35.6 cm 76 pp, 36 color plates € 65.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-88243-864-2

Horn, Roni Her, Her, Her, & Her Softcover, 24 x 24 cm 128 pp, 120 duotone plates € 35.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-035-7

Horn, Roni Index Cixous Softcover, 14 x 20.5 cm 116 pp, 65 tritone and 15 color plates € 22.50 / £ 15.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-135-4

Horn, Roni Rings of Lispector (Agua Viva) Two softcover books in a slipcase 28.6 cm x 22.4 cm 144 pp, 47 color plates € 28.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-149-1

Horn, Roni This is Me, This is You Hardcover, 18.5 x 23 cm 192 pp, 96 color plates € 28.00 / £ 18.00 / US$ 25.00 978-3-88243-798-0

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Horn, Roni A Kind of you Softcover, 20.9 x 22.8 cm 96 pp, b/w and color plates throughout € 20.00 / £ 15.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-583-3

Horn, Roni bird Clothbound hardcover 28.4 cm x 30.5 cm 36 pp, 20 color plates € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521669-4

Horn, Roni Her∂ubrei∂ at Home Softcover, 15.2 x 21.6 cm 128 pp, 60 color plates € 20.00 / £ 13.00 / US$ 25.00 978-3-86521-457-7

Horn, Roni VATNASAFN / LIBRARY OF WATER Hardcover with dust jacket 23 cm x 17 cm 176 pp, 87 color plates € 35.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-942-8

Horn, Roni AKA Clothbound hardcover 28.4 x 30.5 cm 36 pp, 20 photographs four color process € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86930-133-4

Horn, Roni Roni Horn aka Roni Horn Two volumes housed in a paper slipcase, 19 cm x 24 cm, 430 pp, 375 color plates € 50.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-86521-831-5

International Center of Photography Unknown Weegee Two volumes housed in a paper slipcase, 21.5 cm x 27.9 cm 152 pp, 120 duotone plates € 20.00 / £ 15.99 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-312-9

International Center of Photography Heavy Light: Recent Photography and Video from Japan Softcover, 20.3 cm x 20.3 cm 312 pp € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-623-6

International Center of Photography Young America: The Daguerreotypes of Southworth & Hawes Hardcover with dust jacket 25.4 cm x 30.5 cm, 356 pages, 150 color plates, 2000 b&w plates € 100.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 120.00 978-3-86521-066-1

Iturbide, Graciela asor Clothbound hardcover 21 cm x 21 cm 200 pp, 115 tritone plates € 45.00 / £ 39.00 / US$ 49.90 978-3-86521-681-6

Iturbide, Graciela The Hasselblad Award 2008 Clothbound hardcover 25 x 27 cm, 144 pp tritone plates throughout € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-733-2

Jansson, Mikael Speed of Life Hardcover, 42.5 x 28.3 cm 208 pp, 115 color plates € 75.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 95.00 978-3-86521-411-9

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Jasmin, Paul Lost Angeles Clothbound hardcover 20.3 x 25.4 cm, 120 pp 36 duotone, 57 color plates € 48.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-026-5

Jedlicka, Jan Il Cerchio / The Circle, Maremma Hardcover with dust jacket 26.5 cm x 31 cm 168 pages, 75 b&w plates € 38.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 48.00 978-3-86521-718-9

Jeppesen, Adam Wake Hardcover, 16 x 20.3 cm 48 pp, 27 color plates € 32.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 48.00 978-3-86521-645-8

Johns, Jasper Catenary Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 25 cm x 30 cm 128 pp, 51 color plates 30 illustrations € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 58.00 978-3-86521-162-0

Joseph, Marc American Pitbull Softcover, 22 x 28 cm 248 pp, 80 duotone and 100 color plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-094-4

Joseph, Marc New and Used Clothbound hardcover 23.4 x 28.5 cm, 184 pp Full color throughout € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-273-3

Kaprow, Allan 18 Happenings in 6 Parts 9/10/11 November 2006 Hardcover, 14 x 21 cm 80 pp, b/w plates € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-488-1

Karel, Betsy Bombay Jadoo Clothbound hardcover, 24 x 22.5 cm 91 pp, 53 tritone plates € 32.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-376-1

Karl Lagerfeld The Beauty of Violence Giant softcover in a stapled slipcase 29 cm x 37 cm 68 pp, Tritone plates throughout € 34.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86930-046-7

Karl Lagerfeld Metamorphoses of an American Four clothbound hardcover books 15.2 cm x 20 cm 1144 pp, 864 tritone plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-522-2

Kirkland, Douglas / Lagerfeld, Karl Mademoiselle – Coco Chanel / Summer 62 Clothbound hardcover, 26 x 21.5 cm 104 pp, tritone throughout € 35.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-865-0

Kasher, Steven America and the Tintype Hardcover, 17.7 x 22.8 cm 242 pp, 200 color plates € 40.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 58.00 978-3-86521-686-1

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Kasher, Steven / Michaelson, Mark Least Wanted: A Century of American Mugshots Hardcover, 22 x 28 cm 288 pp, 330 color plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-291-7

Keel, Philipp Color Clothbound hardcover 26.4 cm x 32.8 cm 384 pp, 198 color plates € 75.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-88243-865-9

Kelly, Ellsworth Drawings On A Bus Sketchbook 23 1954 Clothbound hardcover 18.5 x 25.5 cm 48 pp, fully illustrated € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-415-7

Kicken, A. and R. / Förster, S. (eds.) Points of View, Masterpieces of Photography and their Stories Hardcover, 24.5 x 30 cm 320 pp, 140 color & duotone plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-214-6

Kikai, Hiroh Asakusa Portraits Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 22 x 22 cm 220 pp, 200 tritone plates € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-86521-601-4

Killip, Chris Pirelli Work Clothbound hardcover 35 cm x 28 cm 128 pp, 50 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-317-0

Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig The Photographic Work Clothbound hardcover 22 x 29.5 cm 288 pp, 360 tritone plates € 55.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-86521-217-7

Klapheck, Konrad Klapheck Softcover, 22 x 25 cm 138 pp, full color throughout € 40.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-630-4

Klemm, Eric Silent Warriors Hardcover, 25 cm x 30 cm 256 pp, 149 color plates € 45.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-701-1

Klochko, Deborah Picturing Eden Hardcover, 22.2 cm x 27.9 cm 192 pp, 160 color plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-207-8

Kobal Collection Glamour of the Gods Hardcover, 25 cm x 31 cm 288 pp, Full color throughout € 45.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-682-3

Korda, Alberto A Revolutionary Lens Hardcover, 24.8 x 33.7 cm 440 pp, 220 b/w and color plates € 60.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 90.00 978-3-86521-458-4

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Kuhn, Mona Evidence Clothbound hardcover 29.2 x 31.1 cm, 108 pp 33 tritone and 20 color plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-372-3

Kuhn, Mona Photographs Clothbound hardcover 26.5 x 28.5 cm, 108 pp 33 tritone and 20 color plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-008-1

Kuhn, Mona Native 978-3-86521-913-8 29 cm x 31 cm 96 pp, 65 color plates € 36.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 50.00 Clothbound hardcover

Kuitca, Guillermo Plates No. 01-24 Clothbound hardcover 23 x 31 cm, 88 pp 26 color and 14 b/w plates € 48.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 68.00 978-3-86521-848-3

Lacombe, Brigitte anima / persona Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 26.3 x 35.6 cm, 364 pp € 75.00 / £ 65.00 / $ 95.00 978-3-86521-644-1

Laita, Mark Created Equal Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 29 cm x 37 cm 240 pp, 210 tritone plates € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-86521-709-7

Lassnig, Maria The Pen is the Sister of the Brush Diaries 1943-1997 Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 17.8 cm x 23.4 cm 208 pp, 80 black & white plates € 30.00 / £ 27.00 / US$ 44.00 978-3-86521-739-4

Lauffs, Helga and Walther The Helga and Walther Lauffs Collection Two hardcover volumes housed in a slipcase, 28 cm x 31.8 cm 508 pp, color plates throughout € 120.00 / £ 120.00 / US$ 175.00 978-3-86521-850-6

Lead Belly A Life in Pictures Hardcover, 22.8 x 29.7 cm 230 pp, 95 color plates € 40.00 / £ 27.50 / US$ 50.00 978-3-88243-459-1

Leaf, June Record 1974/75. Mabou Coal Mines Clothbound hardcover 18.3 cm x 30 cm 188 pp, four color throughout € 40.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 59.95 978-3-86930-045-0

Lebeck, Robert Tokyo / Moscow / Leopoldville Three hardcover books in a slipcase 21 cm x 29 cm 576 pp, 380 black & white plates € 65.00 / £ 55.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-527-7

Leiter, Saul Early Color Clothbound hardcover 20 cm x 20 cm 168 pp, 100 color plates € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-139-2

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Leonard, Zoe Zoe Leonard Hardcover with dust jacket 24 cm x 30 cm 256 pp, 150 tritone plates € 50.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-494-2

Longhurst, Jo The Refusal Softcover, 25 x 19 cm 56 pp, 46 color plates € 20.00 / £ 15.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-672-4

Man Ray Trees + Flowers - Insects Animals Hardcover, 22 cm x 26 cm 370 pp, 320 drawings and photographs throughout € 45.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-696-0

Leong, Sze Tsung History Images Clothbound hardcover 34.2 x 27.9 cm, 144 pp 80 color plates € 75.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 90.00 978-3-86521-274-0

Leutwyler, Henry Neverland Lost. A Portrait of Michael Jackson Hardcover, 21.5 cm x 28 cm 96 pp, four color printing throughout € 31.00 / £ 27.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86930-050-4

Zheng, Liu The Chinese Hardcover with dust jacket 25.4 cm x 25.4 cm 176 pp, 120 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-037-1

Luchford, Glen Glen Luchford Hardcover, 27.2 cm x 30.4 cm 150 pp, full color throughout € 42.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 68.00 978-3-86521-891-9

Malanga, Gerard Screen Tests Portraits Nudes Hardcover with dust jacket 22.5 cm x 27 cm 200 pp, 127 duotone plates € 15.00 / £ 9.95 / US$ 15.00 978-3-88243-874-1

Mann, Heinrich Love Affairs and Tales of Atrocity: Heinrich Mann's Unknown Drawings Hardcover, 33cm x 26cm 384pp, 152 illustrations € 49.00 / £ 43.00 / US$ 66.00 978-3-88243-636-5

Marchand, Yves / Meffre, Romain The Ruins of Detroit Clothbound hardcover 38 cm x 29 cm 200 pp, 150 color plates € 89.00 / £ 82.00 / US$ 125.00 978-3-86930-042-9

Marden, Brice Paintings on Marble Printed board mounted on clothbound hardcover, 21.8 cm x 22.8 cm 88 pp, 32 color plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-163-7

Mark, Mary Ellen Falkland Road: Prostitutes of Bombay Clothbound, 32.6 x 28.4 cm 106 pp, 65 color plates € 55.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-86521-128-6

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Marty, Urs Urs Marty Hardcover, 24 cm x 27 cm 272 pp, Tritone plates throughout € 45.00 / £ 39.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-984-8

McCarthy, Paul Head Shop / Shop Head (Works 1966 – 2006) Sewn softcover, 17 x 23.5 cm 688 pp, full color throughout € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-300-6

McCarthy, Paul Vol. 1: Piccadilly Circus/Vol. 2: Bunker Basement Two-volume hardcover box set 30.5 cm x 31 cm 348 pp, Four color throughout € 80.00 / £ 60.00 / US$ 120.00 978-3-86521-626-7

McConnell, Gareth Gareth McConnell Flexicover, 22 x 29 cm 112 pp, 70 color plates € 30.00 / £ 19.99 / US$ 35.00 978-3-88243-977-9

McDean, Craig Lifescapes Hardcover, 38 x 26.7 cm 88 pp, 40 color plates € 70.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-033-3

McKenna, Kristine The Ferus Gallery: A Place to Begin Clothbound hardcover 26.6 cm x 26.6 cm 380 pp, 150 color, 150 b&w plates € 42.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 59.90 978-3-86521-610-6

McPherson, Larry E. The Cows Hardcover, 38.7 x 31 cm 56 pp, 21 color plates € 50.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-453-9

Meiselas, Susan Carnival Strippers Clothbound hardcover 27.3 x 23.4 cm 164 pp, 78 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-88243-954-0

Meiselas, Susan Encounters with the Dani Hardcover, 21.1 x 27.7 cm 176 pp, 300 color plates € 40.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-88243-930-4

Meiselas, Susan In History Hardcover, 17.7 x 24.7 cm 264 pp, 200 b/w and color photographs € 50.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-86521-685-4

Metzker, Ray K. Light Lines Hardcover with dust jacket 288 pp, duotone throughout € 50.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-387-7

Meunier, Sébastien Visual Pollution Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 29.5 x 32 cm, 120 pp € 58.00 / £ 52.00 / $ 78.00 978-3-86521-093-7

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Michals, Duane Foto Follies Softcover, 16 x 24 cm 96 pp € 22.50 / £ 15.00 / US$ 29.95 978-3-86521-275-7

Michel, Patrick James Five Hardcover, 25 x 33.5 cm 280 pp, 200 color plates € 40.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-88243-826-0

Michener, Diana Dogs, Fires, Me Softcover, 22 x 27 cm 160 pp, 100 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-123-1

Michener, Diana Sweethearts Softcover, 17 cm x 11.5 cm 224 pp, full color throughout € 15.00 / £ 14.00 / US$ 22.00 978-3-86521-713-4

Mikhailov, Boris Look at me, I look at water Casebound, 38 x 30 cm 132 pp, full color throughout € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-88243-968-7

Mikhailov, Boris Salt Lake Hardcover, 40 x 30 cm 80 pp, 65 tritone plates € 68.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-88243-815-4

Mikhailov, Boris Maquette Braunschweig Hardcover, 24 cm x 34 cm 272 pp, four color plates throughout € 48.00 / £ 43.00 / US$ 68.00 978-3-86521-834-6

Mitchell, Joan Leaving America, New York to Paris 1958 – 1964 Clothbound hardcover 22.8 cm x 30 cm 64 pages, 20 color plates € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-490-4

Mocafico, Guido Movement Hardcover, 35.5 x 35.5 cm 96 pp, 60 color plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-455-3

Moholy-Nagy, László Color in Transparency Clothbound hardcover 21 x 30 cm 248 pp, 100 color plates € 49.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-293-1

Morath, Inge First Color Clothbound hardcover 25 cm x 32 cm 336 pages, color photographs throughout € 38.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 49.95 978-3-86521-930-5

Morath, Inge The Road to Reno Hardcover, 24 x 25 cm 144 pp, 60 tritone and 10 color plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-203-0

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Morath, Inge Iran Clothbound hardcover 25 cm x 32 cm 336 pp, 320 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 36.00 / US$ 59.95 978-3-86521-697-7

Morris, Christopher My America Clothbound hardcover 20 x 23 cm 180 pp, 112 color plates € 35.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-201-6

Müller, Frank Heinrich EAST — For the Record Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 26.5 cm x 23.7 cm 192 pp € 38.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-929-9

Müller, Marianne The Flock Softcover with flaps 20.6 cm x 28.7 cm 112 pp, 44 color, 40 duotone plates € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3–88243–969–4

Munkacsi, Martin Martin Munkacsi Hardcover, 24 cm x 29 cm 416 pp, 318 tritone plates € 230.00 / £ 200.00 / US$ 320.00 978-3-86521-269-6

Muybridge, Eadweard Helios: Eadweard Muybridge in a Time of Change Excluding Uk and Irish markets Hardcover, 27.9 cm x 21.6 cm, 300 pp, 200 photographs and illustrations € 65.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-926-8

Nádas, Péter Own Death Clothbound hardcover 18.5 x 26.2 cm 288 pp, 161 color plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-010-4

Malevich, Kasimir / Nakov, Andrei Black and White. Suprematist Composition (1915) Hardcover, 13 cm x 21 cm 160 pp, 30 color plates € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 37.50 978-3-86521-299-3

Nickerson, Jackie Faith Hardcover, 22 x 27 cm 224 pp, 140 color plates € 50.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-484-3

Nixon, Nicholas Live Love Look Last Hardcover, 24.5 cm x 30 cm 148 pp, tritone plates throughout € 42.00 / £ 37.00 / US$ 59.95 978-3-86930-026-9

Noguchi, Isamu A Sculptor’s World Clothbound hardcover 23.7 x 25.5 cm 260 pp, 255 duotone and 13 color plates € 58.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-88243-970-0

Nozolino, Paulo Far Cry Clothbound hardcover 24.8 x 32 cm 136 pp, 78 tritone plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-122-4

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Odermatt, Arnold On Duty Hardcover with dust jacket 28 x 31.2 cm 336 pp, full color throughout € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-271-9

Odermatt, Arnold Off Duty Hardcover with dust jacket 28 x 31.2 cm 358 pp, 347 color plates € 65.00 / £ 58.00 / US$ 95.00 978-3-86521-694-6

Odermatt, Arnold Karambolage Hardcover, 24 cm x 32 cm 400 pp, 410 duotone plates € 65.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-694-6

O’Neill, Pat Views from Lookout Mountain Clothbound, 25.4 x 30.5 cm 240 pp, 24 duotone, 216 color plates € 60.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-86521-021-0

Papageorge, Tod Passing Through Eden Hardcover, 30.5 x 29.2 cm 176 pp, 125 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-374-7

Parry, Eugenia / Model, Lisette Shooting Off My Mouth. Spitting Into the Mirror. Lisette Model – A Narrative Autobiography Hardcover, 20.3 cm x 24 cm 128 pp € 34.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-920-6

Paulsen, Susan Tomatoes on the Back Porch Clothbound hardcover 20 x 22 cm, 74 pp 33 duotone and 5 color plates € 20.00 / £ 12.95 / US$ 25.00 978-3-86521-056-2

Pfeiffer, Walter In Love With Beauty Hardcover 23 x 30 cm 360 pp, 250 color and b/w plates € 58.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-870-4

Pigozzi, Jean Catalogue Deraisonné Hardcover 23.6 x 28.6 cm, 400 pp € 56.00 / £ 48.00 / $ 78.00 978-3-86930-034-4

Pol, Andri Where is Japan Hardcover, 24.2 cm x 30 cm 320 pp, four color plates throughout € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-993-0

Polidori, Robert Havana Clothbound hardcover, 38.5 x 30 cm 160 pp, 152 color plates € 74.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-88243-333-3

Polidori, Robert Robert Polidori’s Metropolis Clothbound hardcover 29.2 x 27.3 cm 144 pp, 92 color plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-078-4

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Polidori, Robert After the Flood Clothbound hardcover 38.6 x 30 cm 320 pp, 300 color plates € 75.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 90.00 978-3-86521-277-1

Polidori, Robert Zones of Exclusion: Pripyat and Chernobyl Clothbound hardcover 38.5 x 30 cm 112 pp, 190 color plates € 60.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-88243-921-2

Polidori, Robert Parcours Muséologique Revisité Three hardcover books housed in a slipcase, 29 cm x 29 cm 744 pp, 480 color plates € 98.00 / £ 85.00 / US$ 124.90 978-3-86521-702-8

Polidori, Robert Points in between...Up till now Hardcover 25 x 30 cm, 192 pp € 30.00 / £ 27.00 / $ 45.00 978-3-86521-994-7

Centre Pompidou The Centre Pompidou Photo Collection Hardcover, 18.7 cm x 23.8 cm 468 pp, 468 tritone plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-480-5

Pratt, Greta Using History Hardcover, 27.5 x 27 cm 88 pp, 65 color plates € 38.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-129-3

Price, Ken Sculpture and Drawings Hardcover with dust jacket 23.5 cm x 28 cm 148 pp € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-315-0

Prinz, Bernhard Latifundia Hardcover, 22.8 cm x 27.9 cm 180 pp, 114 color plates € 50.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-487-4

Probst, Barbara Exposures Hardcover, 20 x 25 cm 108 pp, full color throughout € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-392-1

Rautert, Timm Josef Sudek, Prag 1967 Hardcover with dust jacket 24 x 28 cm 98 pp, 42 b/w plates € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-712-7

Reed, Lou Emotion in Action Two volumes in a slipcase 21 x 29.7 cm 112 pp, 47 duotone and 39 color plates € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-88243-923-6

Reed, Lou Romanticism Hardcover with dust jacket 36 cm x 25 cm 68 pp, 45 quadtone plates € 42.00 / £ 41.00 / US$ 68.00 978-3-86521-728-8

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Reed, Lou Lou Reed’s New York Clothbound hardcover 23 x 34 cm 192 pp, 100 color photos € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-152-1

Reinartz, Dirk New York 1974 Hardcover, 20.8 x 29.4 cm 106 pp, 53 tritone plates € 42.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-526-0

Rhoades, Jason Jason Rhoades’ Black Pussy Cocktail Coffee Table Book Clothbound hardcover, 24 x 33 cm 350 pp, 610 color plates € 55.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-631-1

Richardson, Clare Beyond the Forest Embossed clothbound hardcover, 25 x 20 cm 40 pp, 17 color plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-404-1

Richardson, Clare Harlemville Clothbound hardcover 28 x 23 cm 96 pp, 40 color plates € 40.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-88243-918-2

Richon, Olivier Real Allegories Hardcover, 24 x 28 cm 144 pp, 77 color plates € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-091-3

Sophy Rickett Clothbound hardcover 22 x 29 cm 112 pp, 80 color plates € 30.00 / £ 19.99 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-088-3

Roberts, Michael Shot in Sicily Hardcover, 26.5 x 29 cm 186 pp, 127 b/w, 5 color plates € 42.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-448-5

Roberts, Michael The Snippy World Clothbound hardcover 26.6 x 34.9 cm 290 pp, full color throughout € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-151-4

Robinson, Marcy Half-Frame Clothbound hardcover 25.5 x 23 cm 112 pp, 52 color plates € 32.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-034-0

Rock ‘n’ Roll 39-59 Hardcover, 25 x 31.5 cm 432 pp, 300 color and b/w plates € 55.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-609-0

Rødland, Torbjørn White Planet, Black Heart Clothbound hardcover 19.5 x 30.5 cm 112 pp, full color throughout € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-222-1

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Rødland, Torbjørn I Want to Live Innocent Clothbound hardcover 19.5 x 23.8 cm 144 pp, 83 color plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-617-5

Ross, Judith Joy Living With War – Portraits Hardcover with dust jacket 24 x 30 cm 164 pp, 85 b/w plates € 35.00 / £ 27.50 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-717-2

Ross, Judith Joy Protest the War Softcover, 20 x 25 cm 56 pp, 22 tritone plates € 3.75 / £ 2.99 / US$ 5.00 978-3-86521-529-1

Rovner, Michal Fields Hardcover, 21 x 16 cm 400 pp, full color throughout € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-216-0

Rubinfien, Leo Wounded Cities Hardcover with dust jacket 26.8 x 16.8 cm 300 pp, 84 color and b/w plates € 40.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-676-2

Ruetz, Michael Eye on Infinity Hardcover, 29.5 x 29.5 cm 252 pp, 112 tritone plates € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-86521-766-0

Ruetz, Michael Eye on Time Hardcover with dust jacket 29.7 x 21 cm 360 pp, 290 tritone plates € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 70.00 978-3-86521-577-2

Ruetz, Michael Spring of Discontent: 1964-1974 Hardcover, 24.6 cm x 29 cm 192 pp, Tritone photographs € 40.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-866-7

Ruscha, Ed Photographer Clothbound, 20.5 x 25.5 cm 184 pp, 214 illustrations € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-206-1

Ruscha, Ed THEN & NOW Slipcased, 45 x 32 cm 152 pp, full color throughout € 120.00 / £ 80.00 / US$ 175.00 978-3-86521-105-7

Ruscha, Ed Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Vol. 1: 1958-1970 Clothbound hardcover 24 x 29.2 cm 436 pp, full color throughout € 160.00 / £ 110.00 / US$ 200.00 978-3-88243-972-4

Ruscha, Ed Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Vol. 2: 1971-1982 Clothbound hardcover 24 x 29.2 cm 526 pp, full color throughout € 160.00 / £ 110.00 / US$ 200.00 978-3-86521-138-5

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Ruscha, Ed Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Vol. 3: 1983-1987 Clothbound hardcover 24 x 29.2 cm 558 pp, full color throughout € 160.00 / £ 110.00 / US$ 210.00 978-3-86521-368-6

Ruscha, Ed Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings. Volume Four: 1988-1992 Clothbound hardcover 24 x 29.2 cm 526 pp, full color throughout € 148.00 / £ 135.00 / US$ 219.90 978-3-86521-833-9

Ruscha, Paul Paul Ruscha’s Full Moon Softcover, 16.5 x 24 cm 184 pp, full color throughout € 15.00 / £ 10.00 / US$ 20.00 978-3-86521-231-3

Salvesen, Britt New Topographics Hardcover, 30 cm x 24 cm 256 pp, b/w and color plates throughout € 49.50 / £ 44.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-86521-827-8

Schaller, Matthias The Mill Hardcover, 29 x 23.5 cm 120 pp, 55 color plates € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-378-5

Schaller, Matthias Controfacciata Embossed clothbound hardcover, 21 x 27 cm 68 pp, 26 color plates € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-674-8

Schaller, Matthias Purple Desk Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 25 cm x 29 cm 72 pp, 30 color plates € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 49.90 978-3-86521-597-0

Schifferli, Christoph (ed.) Paper Dreams. The Lost Art of Hollywood Still Photography Softcover, 29 x 25 cm 112 pp, 50 tritone plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-153-8

Schmid, Joachim Photoworks 1982–2007 Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 26 cm x 21 cm 288 pp, four color throughout € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-394-5

Schmidt, Michael Berlin nach 45 Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 29 cm x 23.5 cm 144 pp, 54 duotone plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3–86521–090–6

Schneider, Gregor Die Familie Schneider Clothbound hardcover 17 x 24 cm 184 pp, tritone throughout € 30.00 / £ 19.99 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-236-8

Schorr, Collier Jens F. Clothbound hardcover 24 x 27.8 cm 96 pp, 40 color plates € 200.00 / £ 140.00 / US$ 250.00 978-3-86521-156-9

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Schorr, Collier Neighbors Forest and Fields Volume 1. Hardcover, 32 x 26 cm 88 pp, 58 tritone plates € 38.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-303-7

Schorr, Collier Blumen Forest and Fields Volume 2. Hardcover, 25 cm x 31.4 cm 104 pp, 53 color and b&w plates € 35.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-687-8

Schorr, Collier There I Was Hardcover, 25 cm x 31.4 cm 72 pp, four color throughout € 27.50 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-616-8

Schuh, Gotthard A Kind of Infatuation. Gotthard Schuh – Photographic Work Hardcover, 24 cm x 30 cm 240 pp, 200 black & white plates € 65.00 / £ 58.00 / US$ 78.00 978-3-86521-830-8

Scully, Sean Glorious Dust Hardcover, 21 x 16 cm 232 pp, 201 color plates € 32.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 47.00 978-3-86521-081-4

Sekaer, Peter Signs of Life Hardcover 25 x 27.5, 200 pp € 48.00 / £ 43.00 / $ 65.00 978-3-86930-120-4

Serra, Richard Dirk’s Pod Clothbound hardcover 24.5 x 26 cm 128 pp, 50 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-089-9

Serra, Richard Rolled and Forged Clothbound hardcover 24.1 x 27.9 cm 76 pp, 54 tritone plates € 32.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-384-6

Serra, Richard Torqued Spirals, Toruses and Spheres Clothbound hardcover 24 x 29.5 cm 64 pp, 44 duotone plates € 28.00 / £ 18.00 / US$ 24.95 978-3-88243-633-4

Serra, Richard / Reinartz, Dirk Te Tuhirangi Contour Clothbound hardcover 24 x 22 cm 76 pp, 40 duotone plates € 28.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-014-2

Shafran, Nigel Edited Photographs 1992-2004 Flexible hardcover, 22 x 29 cm 112 pp, 20 duotone and 50 color plates € 30.00 / £ 19.99 / US$ 35.00 978-3-88243-976-2

Sheikh, Fazal Ladli Clothbound hardcover 26.7 x 33 cm 140 pp, 70 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-381-5

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Sheikh, Fazal Moksha Clothbound hardcover 26.7 x 33 cm 220 pp, 170 tritone plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-125-5

Sheikh, Fazal The Circle Clothbound hardcover 17 x 22.5 cm 114 pp, 108 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-599-4

Sidén, Ann-Sofi In Between the Best of Worlds Hardcover, 23 x 29 cm 184 pp, 150 color plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-086-9

Sidibé, Malick Photographs Clothbound hardcover 29.6 x 30 cm 108 pp, 64 tritone plates € 60.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 68.00 978-3-88243-973-1

Sidibé, Malick Chemises Softcover, 24 x 32 cm 168 pp, full color throughout € 20.00 / £ 15.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-523-9

Sieff, Jeanloup Les indiscrètes Clothbound hardcover with a dust jacket, 23.8 cm x 30 cm 200 pp, 160 tritone, 150 b/w plates € 49.00 / £ 44.00 / US$ 58.00 978-3-86521-460-7

Signer, Roman Travel Photos Hardcover, 24 x 30 cm 240 pp, full color throughout € 38.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-282-5

Signer, Roman Projections Clothbound hardcover 24 x 19 cm 496 pp, full color throughout € 65.00 / £ 57.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-747-9

Simon, Taryn An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar Clothbound, 25 x 34 cm 150 pp, full color throughout € 65.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 80.00 978-3-86521-380-8

Simon, Taryn Contraband Softcover 24.5 x 16.5 Cm, 224 pp € 45.00 / £ 40.00 / $ 58.00 978-3-86930-134-1

Singh, Dayanita Dream Villa Flexible plastic-softcover 10 cm x 20 cm 136 pp, Four color throughout € 28.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 38.00 978-3-86521-985-5

Singh, Dayanita Go Away Closer Softcover, 16 x 20 cm 32 pp, 31 tritone plates € 12.00 / £ 8.50 / US$ 15.00 978-3-86521-386-0

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Singh, Dayanita Privacy Clothbound hardcover 20 x 24 cm 128 pp, 90 duotone plates € 55.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 90.00 978-3-88243-962-5

Singh, Dayanita Blue Book 23 color postcards bound into a cardboard-folder 10.5 x 14.8 cm € 14.50 / £ 13.00 / US$ 18.50 978-3-86521-839-1

Singh, Dayanita Sent a Letter Seven softcover voloumes housed in a handmade cloth box 9 x 15.5 cm 126 pp, tritone plates throughout € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 90.00 978-3-86521-454-6

Slimane, Hedi Stage Clothbound hardcover 36 x 20 cm 396 pp, 286 tritone plates € 80.00 / £ 55.00 / US$ 100.00 978-3-86521-024-1

Smith, Bridget Society Hardcover, 29.7 x 25 cm 64 pp, 45 color plates € 38.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-405-8

Smoliansky, Gunnar One Picture at a Time Clothbound hardcover with a dust jacket, 28.9 cm x 28.9 cm 256 pp, 230 tritone plates € 65.00 / £ 59.00 / US$ 82.00 978-3-86521-615-1

Solomon, Rosalind Chapalingas Clothbound hardcover 25 x 28.5 cm 464 pp, 204 duotone plates € 65.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.009783-88243-877-2

Solomon, Rosalind Polish Shadow Softcover, 16.5 x 23 cm 80 pp, 60 tritone plates € 20.00 / £ 14.50 / US$ 25.00 978-3-86521-199-6

Sorrenti, Mario The Machine Clothbound hardcover 24 x 28 cm 128 pp, 95 color plates € 34.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 35.00 978-3-88243-793-5

Soth, Alec Dog Days Bogotá Hardcover, 21.5 x 22.5 cm 60 pp, 50 color plates € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 34.00 978-3-86521-451-5

Soth, Alec Sleeping by the Mississippi Clothbound hardcover with tipped-in image, 28.5 x 27.5 cm 120 pp, full color thoughout € 40.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 54.00 978-3-86521-753-0

Soth, Alec Niagara Hardcover, 23 x 26.5 cm 144 pp, full color throughout € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-233-7

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Spagnoli, Jerry Daguerreotypes Softcover, 29 x 29 cm 56 pp, 112 color plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 978-3-86521-200-9

Spero, David Churches Clothbound hardcover 23 x 29.7 cm 144 pp, 65 color plates € 38.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-308-2

Staeck, Klaus Pornografie Softcover, 20 x 25 cm 392 pp, 295 b/w plates € 35.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-88243-124-7

Starkey, Hannah Photographs 1997-2007 Clothbound stitched hardcover 29.7 x 28 cm 124 pp, 47 color plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-86521-373-0

Steenerson, Mark The Cement War Clothbound hardcover 29.5 x 27.5 cm 126 pp, 76 duotone and numerous drawings € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-016-6

Steinert, Otto Parisian Shapes Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 19.5 x 25.5 cm 112 pp, 55 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-624-3

Sternfeld, Joel Sweet Earth: Experimental Utopias in America Clothbound hardcover 30.5 x 25.5 cm 136 pp, 60 color plates € 60.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-124-8

Sternfeld, Joel Treading on Kings Softcover, 28 x 22.5 cm 96 pp, 40 color plates € 20.00 / £ 14.00 / US$ 20.00 978-3-88243-837-6

Sternfeld, Joel When it Changed Softcover, 22.3 x 15 cm 144 pp, 54 color plates € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 35.00 978-3-86521-278-8

Sternfeld, Joel American Prospects Excluding US Market Clothbound hardcover 36.8 x 29.8 cm 140 pp, 65 color plates € 75.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-88243-915-1

Sternfeld, Joel iDubai Clothbound hardcover 20.3 cm x 25.4 cm 160 pp, 70 color plates € 20.00 / £ 18.00 / US$ 28.00 978-3-86521-916-9

Sternfeld, Joel Walking the High Line Clothbound with dust jacket 26 cm x 21.5 cm 72 pp, 24 color, 5 b/w plates € 28.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-88243-726-3

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Clare Strand Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 22 x 29 cm 112 pp, 54 color plates € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86521-838-4

Paul Strand at Work Toward a Deeper Understanding Hardcover, 19 x 22 cm 72 pp, 27 tritone plates € 23.00 / £ 15.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-88243-520-8

Strömholm, Christer In Memory of Himself Hardcover, 20.5 x 25 cm 144 pp, 100 duotone and color plates € 38.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-298-6

Sturges, Jock Life - Time Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 32 x 36 cm 192 pp, full color throughout € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-700-4

Sultan, Larry Katherine Avenue Hardcover 21.0 x 29.7, 120 pp € 48.00 / £ 43.00 / $ 65.00 978-3-86930-135-8

Swope, John A Letter from Japan: The Photographs of John Swope Clothbound hardcover 21.6 x 26.7 cm 256 pp, 114 plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-267-2

Gerda Taro Hardcover, 21.5 x 28 cm, 176 pp, 98 tritone plates € 20.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 28.00 978-3-86521-532-1

Taylor, Al Al Taylor Clothbound hardcover 22.8 cm x 29.2 cm 88 pp € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-636-6

Taylor-Wood, Sam Still Lives Two books in a sleeve 23.4 x 29.9 cm 192 pp, 160 color and b/w plates € 38.00 / £ 51.00 / US$ 34.00 978-3-86521-323-5

Teller, Juergen Märchenstüberl Hardcover, 27 x 21 cm 144 pp, 140 color plates € 22.00 / £ 14.00 / US$ 25.00 978-3-88243-863-5

Teller, Juergen Nackig auf dem Fußballplatz Softcover, 27.3 cm x 20.4 cm 184 pp, 9 color plates, 1 duotone plates € 25.00 / £ 18.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-88243-963-2

Teller, Juergen Deste Fashion Collection Stapled brochure, 24 cm x 32 cm 24 pp, Four color printing throughout € 14.00 / £ 12.00 / US$ 19.95 978-3-86930-039-9

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Teller, Juergen Zimmermann Clothbound hardcover, housed in a slipcase, 23.5 cm x 29 cm 56 pp € 45.00 / £ 39.00 / US$ 65.00 978-3-86521-996-1

Teller, Juergen Nürnberg Clothbound hardcover 35 x 28 cm 120 pp, 60 color plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 978-3-86521-132-3

Teller, Juergen Election Day Hardcover, 20 cm x 29.7 cm 36 pp, 34 color plates € 17.00 / £ 15.00 / US$ 21.00 978-3-86521-906-0

Teller, Juergen / Jacobs, Marc Marc Jacobs Advertising 1998-2009 Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 30 cm x 38 cm 576 pp, 700 color plates € 88.00 / £ 78.00 / US$ 120.00 978-3-86521-715-8

Teller, Juergen The Master Stapled softcover, 17.5 cm x 23 cm 26 pp, 33 color plates € 100.00 / £ 80.00 / US$ 160.00 978-3-86521-104-0

Teller, Juergen The Master II Stapled softcover, 17.5 cm x 23 cm 56 pp, 31 color plates € 16.00 / £ 14.00 / US$ 19.95 978-3-86930-056-6

Nilsson, John Peter (ed.) The Second Museum of Our Wishes Softcover 17 x 23.5 cm, pp 140 € 28.00 / £ 25.00 / $ 40.00 978-3-86930-154-7

Tichý, Miroslav Miroslav Tichý Softcover, 21.6 cm x 32.4 cm 328 pp, 364 color plates € 58.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-86930-102-0

Philip Trager Clothbound hardcover, 25.2 x 31.2 cm 312 pp, 156 tritone, 50 illustrations € 60.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 75.00 978-3-86521-239-9

Trager, Philip Faces Hardcover, 26 x 33 cm 124 pp, 48 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 45.00 978-3-86521-131-6

Tunbjörk, Lars I Love Borås! Hardcover, 27.4 x 34.4 cm 168 pp, 175 color plates € 75.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 90.00 978-3-86521-296-2

Tunbjörk, Lars Vinter Hardcover, 22.5 x 27.8 cm 192 pp, 135 color plates € 40.00 / £ 27.50 / US$ 50.00 978-3-86521-497-3

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Tupitsyn, Margarita Gustav Klutsis and Valentina Kulagina Hardcover, 30.5 x 25.4 cm 256 pp, 260 color plates € 55.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 60.00 978-3-88243-974-8

Turbeville, Deborah Past Imperfect Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 29.7 cm x 24.5 cm 192 pp, four color printing throughout € 48.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 59.00 978-3-86521-452-2

Tuymans, Luc Against the Day Clothbound hardcover 21.7 cm x 28 cm 96 pp, 20 color plates € 38.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 55.00 978-3-86930-047-4

van der Elsken, Ed Jazz Hardcover, 16.8 cm x 17.8 cm 118 pp, 109 b/w plates € 20.00 / £ 14.50 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86521-390-7

van der Elsken, Ed Jazz Hardcover, 16.8 cm x 17.8 cm 118 pp, 109 b/w plates Ltd ed. Each plate has been hand titled by Ed van der Elsken. € 85.00 / £ 55.00 / US$ 100.00 978-3-86521-401-0

van der Meer, Hans European Fields: The Landscape of Lower League Football Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 26.8 cm x 38 cm 176 pp, four color throughout € 85.00 / £ 55.00 / US$ 100.00 978-3-86521-191-0

Vollmer, Jurgen On Filmsets and Other Locations Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 24 cm x 33 cm 183 pp, 76 color, 95 b/w plates € 38.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 59.00 978-3-86521-598-7

Warhol, Andy / Colacello, Bob Andy Warhol: Unexposed Exposures Softcover, 22 cm x 17 cm 132 pp, 70 tritone plates € 20.00 / £ 18.00 / US$ 30.00 978-3-86930-116-7

Warhol, Andy Red Books 12 spiralbound Holson photo albums packed in a red box 14 cm x 8.9 cm 120 pp, 200 color plates € 80.00 / £ 55.00 / US$ 95.00 978-3-86521-019-8

Sischy, Ingrid / Brant, Sandra Andy Warhol’s Interview, Volume 1: Best of the first decade 1969-1979 7 volumes cased in a trolly 1488 pp € 660.00 / £ 585.00 / US$ 890.00 978-3-86521-023-4

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Index Artists

Titles

Sverige / Schweden 155

Balet, Catherine 91

24 Nairobi 95

Swedish Red 153

Baltz, Lewis 29–31

A Visit with Magritte 111

The Book of Destruction 55

Banier, François-Marie 99

Akt 151

The High and Lonesome Sound 39

Barney, Tina 105

American Power 45

The Master I-III 71

Bolofo, Koto 133–135

Another Art Book 89

The Mexican Suitcase – The Legendary Spanish

Callahan, Harry 115

Autocar Volume 6-11 99

Capa, Robert 119

Berlin 43

The Photographic Work 59

Carter, William 123

Body Freedom 73

The Protest Box 139

Cohen, John 39

Broken Manual 53

Third Floor 83

Delahaye, Luc 57

Byzantine Fragments 75

Walker Evans: the Magazine Work 63

Dine, Jim 27

California Dreaming 85

Work in Progress 77

Eneroth, Joakim 153

Candlestick Point 29

Works on Paper 23

Epstein, Mitch 43-45

Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings 25

Year One 147

Evans, Walker 63

Causes and Spirits – Photographs from Five

Fäldt, Thobias 147

Civil War Negatives 119

Decades 123

Forsslund, Maja 151

City Diary 145

Frank, Robert 35

Concentric Circles 11

Grant, Alexandra 19

Colour Correction 107

Gudzowaty, Tomasz 127

Cotton Rose 101

Gundlach, F.C. 59

Crossings 61

Haas, Ernst 107

Deutschland 149

Hanzlová, Jitka 101

Don’t Be Left Behind 103

Jasmin, Paul 85

Figures and Fictions – Contemporary South

Johansson, Gerry 149

African Photography 97

Jordan, Alonzo 117

Figure Studies 93

Killip, Chris 41

Foto Follies 113

Lagerfeld, Karl 73-77

Get a life 69

Lemos, Kalliopi 61

Horse Power 135

Lynch, David 23

Hunt and Gather 129

Mettig, Klaus 103

inter esse – Berlin125

Michals, Duane 109–113

Jasper, Texas: The Community Photographs of

Michener, Diana 93

Alonzo Jordan 117

Miesenberger, Maria 155

La Maison 133

Munkacsi, Martin 67

Landscape with Figures 48

Olsson, Mikael 157

Martin Munkacsi 67

Packham, Monte 11

Natural Habitats 49

Petersen, Anders 145

Night Fields, Day Fields – Sculpture 27

Reeves, Keanu 19

North Korea Confidence 87

Rodchenko, Aleksandr 65

Notebooks 17

Ruscha, Ed 25

Ode to happiness 19

Serra, Richard 17

Pangnirtung 35

Sewcz, Maria 125

Photographs from the Floating World 109

Seymour, David 119

Players 105

Sheikh, Fazal 121

Portraits 121

Soth, Alec 53

Prototype Works 31

Swirc, Patrick 87

Rodchenko 65

Taro, Gerda 119

Seacoal 41

Taylor-Wood, Sam 83

Seven Collages 115

Teller, Juergen 69–71

Shipwreckers 127

Vitali, Massimo 48-51

Slipcased Edition 51

Waddell, Stephen 129

Södrakull Frösakull 157

Wiedenhöfer, Kai 55

Strangers in the light 91

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