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Cover photo by Ernst Haas


Digital in Extremis It dawned on me the other day that the new digital in extremis era that we are now embarking on will lead to the loss of many more habits and much knowledge that I have always presumed, mistakenly, to be fundamentally permanent as cultural givens—and my itemized list of endangered analog species seems to only grow longer with each week that passes. For example, just recently, before boarding a flight in Paris, I decided that perhaps I could finally get the time to compose this very text, which I had promised weeks ago to Gerhard Steidl. Having just passed through the X-Ray baggage check, I realized that I had no paper to write on. That shouldn’t be much of a problem I thought. But I was mistaken. After looking for writing materials in several duty-free shops I realized that I simply could not find what I needed. My hopes were raised when I saw a newspaper stand. I looked all over the display racks and couldn’t find any notebooks. I finally went up to the cashier and asked if she had any small notebooks I could write in. “Nous n’avons pas,” she responded, and then she paused for a moment and continued, “Ça fait longtemps que nous n’en stockons plus.... les cellulaires et autres portables servent à ça, Monsieur.” OK, d’accord, I thought, but I nevertheless proceeded to bargain with her to buy a few sheets from the stack of paper that I could see in the tray of her inkjet printer under her counter. We struck a deal—I had to purchase a pack of AA batteries in order to take away some sheets of blank paper with me. How fitting I thought. In a few years these newspapers and magazines probably won’t even exist in paper form. What will her business location then become? An electronic tablet or cell phone battery recharging station? I guess mining for lithium and rare-earth elements is considered more ecological and profitable than cutting down trees for paper pulp… The irony is that I was actually carrying a laptop computer in my on-board baggage. But somehow I find it easier to excogitate texts on paper, and prefer then to edit and revise them in digital form in a second go-over. Having now recounted this annoying and painful prologue, I feel free to write what I actually wanted to write about. Last month I was in Fort Worth, Texas, photographing at the Kimbell Museum. While looking at a famous 16th-century Italian painting I pointed out something to my local assistant. “Look… a lateral swing,” I said. “Where? … How can you tell?” she responded. I turned towards her and was caught in one of those eternal gazes, and I saw, in a moment, decades of view camera practice pass away before my eyes. Like the old Blues song, “If you haven’t walked the walk, you can’t talk the talk”, her question made it obvious that she had never even perceived or understood the graphic grammar of perspective rendering. After what must have seemed to her a long pause while I was lost in my own thoughts, I turned and noticed she was still waiting for my reply. “Look at the floor tiles,” I said, “they are perfectly parallel, but notice that the point of view of the composition is off center looking towards the right. Without a lateral swing the floor and ceiling would be angularly converging towards each other on the right side.” Her mouth opened as if she were going to say something, but no sounds came out and she stared at me as if I was some sort of a genius. The fact that it so was obvious that she had never manipulated a view camera before moved me to ponder the possibility, and the ramifications, that this was probably also the case with most people of her age. Not only did she not know how to achieve desired corrections using the view camera, but she could not perceive the graphic qualities of perspective geometries even when they were applied by someone else centuries ago and presented right there in front of her. Not only couldn’t she do it, she didn’t recognize it. The painful fact is that the practice of view camera technique is being lost, and to the profit of silicon wafer manufacturers who place their digital captors in miniature cameras to feed the storage capacities of portable cellular phones. In this fashion, nearly 3,000 years of accumulated knowledge of perspective geometry is being exchanged for the easy and immediate electronic transmission of mostly banal and pedestrian-recorded icons. Furthermore on an educational level, I am shocked and saddened to learn that in Graduate Photography study curriculums in American universities students are encouraged to indulge and experiment in the scratching and painting on top of photographic surfaces as exercises in aesthetic and artistic progress. How about living in some Lascaux Grotto condos with walls decorated with some back-to-the-future caveman Polaroids? Let’s reinvent the wheel and make it square. Appetite for intelligence in retrograde anyone? Robert Polidori

Left: Photo by Koto Bolofo


Index

Artists

Purifoy, Noah 135

Fanny 141

Ruscha, Ed 97

Frances Ha, A Noah Baumbach Picture 95

d’Agati, Mauro 91

Ryssen-Bolofo, Claudia Van 125

Generation AK: The Afghanistan Wars

Al-Thani, Khalid Bin Hamad Bin Ahmad

Savulich, Andrew 39

1993–2012 49

117

Schaller, Matthias 139

Glory of Water, The 75

Bailey, David 37

Schles, Ken 41, 43

Heavenwards: Engel sind im Bild 121

Balthus 137

Schmidt, Jason 143

Here and Gone: Bob Dylan, Woody

Banier, François-Marie 113

Serra, Richard 99

Guthrie and the 1960s 61

Baumbach, Noah (ed.) 95

Sewcz, Maria 149

Here is My Secret 117

Bolofo, Koto 125, 127

Shamis, Bob (ed.) 25, 27

Heroes of Labour 123

Brookman, Philip 67

Sire, Agnès 29

High Desert 135

Celant, Germano (ed.) 139

Stourdzé, Sam 29

Howard Greenberg Collection 29

Cohen, John 61

Sturges, Jock 141

In America 15

Davidson, Bruce 31, 33, 35

Taylor, Al 103

In Color 31

Deblonde, Gautier 93

Taylor-Johnson, Sam 81, 83

inter esse: Berlin 1985–87 149

Depardon, Raymond 45

Voit, Robert 147

Invisible City 43

Diépois, Aline 119

Wood, Tom 47

James Karales 25

Dine, Jim 101

Ya’ari, Sharon 107

Landscapes 47

Douglas, Stan 105

Zimmermann, Harf 151

Last Studies, The 137

Dupont, Stephen 49 Elgort, Arthur 69

Leap Toward Yourself 107 Titles

Eskildsen, Joakim 55

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Leon Levinstein 27 Looking up Ben James—A Fable 59

Faure, Nicolas 121

Abstrakt Zermatt 119

Making of an Argument, The 21

Fougeron, Martine 89

Afghan Gold 53

MANICOMIO: Secluded Madness 45

Frank, Robert 15, 17

AMATEUR 145

Matthias Schaller 139

Galassi, Peter (ed.) 15

American Realities 55

Metropolis 73

Gizolme, Thomas 119

Americans, The 17

Never stop dancing 113

Goldberg, Jim 57

Artists II 143

New Trees 147

Goldblatt, David 19

Atelier 93

Night Walk 41

Gossage, John 59

Bailey’s East End 37

On Set 109

Greenberg, Howard (ed.) 25

Balls and Bulldust 111

Pass the Peas and Can Studys 103

Haas, Ernst 109

Balthus—The Last Studies 137

Prison, The 125

Hanzlová, Jitka 87

Beirut Mission. Photos 2009–2011 131

Private 85

Harbou, Horst von 73

Big Picture, The 69

Redlands 67

Kosorukov, Gleb 123

BRAND WAND 151

Regarding Intersections 19

Kuhn, Mona 85

Cassina as seen by Karl 77

Rich and Poor 57

Lagerfeld, Karl 75, 77

Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings

Robert Frank: In America 15

Leiter, Saul 23

Vol. 6 97

Rolls-Royce 127

Lifshitz, Sébastien 145

CITY, THE 39

Selected Works 79

Ludwigson, Håkan 111

Cotton Rose 87

Stan Douglas 105

Makdissi, Nouhad (ed.) 131

Crying Men 81

Still Lives 83

Meer, Hans van der 129

Découpages 115

Subway 33

Milella, Domingo 133

Distrito Federal 91

Teen Tribe: A World with Two Sons 89

d’Orgeval, Martin 115

Domingo Milella 133

Tools 101

Pages, Nicolas (ed.) 137

Early Black and White 23

Parks, Gordon 21

Early Work 99

Peverelli, Benoît (ed.) 137

England / Scotland 1960 35

Polidori, Robert 79

European Fields: The Landscape of

Powell, Luke 57

Lower League Football 129


Contents

2 Editorial by Robert Polidori

99 Richard Serra Early Work

4 Index

101 Jim Dine Tools

5 Contents

103 Al Taylor Pass the Peas and Can Studys

6 How to contact us / Press enquiries / How to contact our imprint

105 Stan Douglas Stan Douglas

partners 7 How to order

107 Sharon Ya’ari Leap Toward Yourself 109 Ernst Haas On Set 111 Håkan Ludwigson Balls and Bulldust

Distribution 8 Germany, Austria and Switzerland / USA and Canada 9 France / All other territories

113 François-Marie Banier Never stop dancing 115 Martin d’Orgeval Découpages 117 Khalid Bin Hamad Bin Ahmad Al-Thani Here is My Secret 119 Aline Diépois/Thomas Gizolme Abstrakt Zermatt

11 STEIDL Bookstores

121 Nicolas Faure Heavenwards: Engel sind im Bild

12 Book Awards 2013/14

123 Gleb Kosorukov Heroes of Labour 125 Koto Bolofo/Claudia Van Ryssen-Bolofo The Prison

STEIDL World Wide Photography 15 Robert Frank In America (ed. by Peter Galassi) 17 Robert Frank The Americans 19 David Goldblatt Regarding Intersections

127 Koto Bolofo Rolls-Royce 129 Hans van der Meer European Fields: The Landscape of Lower League Football 131 Nouhad Makdissi (ed.) Beirut Mission. Photos 2009–2011

21 Gordon Parks The Making of an Argument

133 Domingo Milella Domingo Milella

23 Saul Leiter Early Black and White

135 Noah Purifoy High Desert

25 Howard Greenberg/Bob Shamis (eds.) James Karales

137 Nicolas Pages/Benoît Peverelli (eds.) Balthus—The Last Studies

27 Bob Shamis (ed.) Leon Levinstein

139 Germano Celant (ed.) Matthias Schaller

29 Sam Stourdzé/Agnès Sire (eds.) Howard Greenberg Collection

141 Jock Sturges Fanny

31 Bruce Davidson In Color

143 Jason Schmidt Artists II

33 Bruce Davidson Subway

145 Sébastien Lifshitz AMATEUR

35 Bruce Davidson England / Scotland 1960

147 Robert Voit New Trees

37 David Bailey Bailey’s East End

149 Maria Sewcz inter esse: Berlin 1985–87

39 Andrew Savulich THE CITY

151 Harf Zimmermann BRAND WAND

41 Ken Schles Night Walk

153 Backlist

43 Ken Schles Invisible City 45 Raymond Depardon MANICOMIO: Secluded Madness 47 Tom Wood Landscapes 49 Stephen Dupont Generation AK: The Afghanistan Wars 1993–2012 53 Luke Powell Afghan Gold 55 Joakim Eskildsen American Realities 57 Jim Goldberg Rich and Poor 59 John Gossage Looking up Ben James—A Fable 61 John Cohen Here and Gone: Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie & the 1960s 67 Philip Brookman Redlands 69 Arthur Elgort The Big Picture 73 Horst von Harbou Metropolis 75 Karl Lagerfeld The Glory of Water 77 Karl Lagerfeld Cassina as Seen by Karl 79 Robert Polidori Selected Works 81 Sam Taylor-Johnson Crying Men 83 Sam Taylor-Johnson Still Lives 85 Mona Kuhn Private 87 Jitka Hanzlová Cotton Rose 89 Martine Fougeron Teen Tribe: A World with Two Sons 91 Mauro d’Agati Distrito Federal 93 Gautier Deblonde Atelier 95 Noah Baumbach (ed.) Frances Ha, A Noah Baumbach Picture 97 Ed Ruscha Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings Vol. 6

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s Book Awards 2013/14 Nominated for: Deutsche Börse Photography Prize 2014 Santu Mofokeng The Black Photo Album

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Shortlisted for: The Paris Photo–Aperture Foundation PhotoBook of the Year 2013 Santu Mofokeng The Black Photo Album Mitch Epstein New York Arbor Siegertitel Deutscher Fotobuchpreis 2014 Gold: Philip-Lorca diCorcia Hustlers Santu Mofokeng The Black Photo Album Silber: Dayanita Singh File Room The Unknown Berenice Abbott

PHotoEspaña 2013 The Best Photography Book of the Year Karl Lagerfeld and Carine Roitfeld The Little Black Jacket Mention of honor in international category Keizo Kitajima Photo Express: Tokyo

Nominated for: FILAF – Meilleur Livre sur l’Art 2013 John Cohen The High & Lonesome Sound – The Legacy of Roscoe Holcomb

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THE ROBERT FRANK PROJECT

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Robert Frank In America Edited by Peter Galassi Because of the importance of Robert Frank’s The Americans; because he turned to filmmaking in 1959, the same year the book appeared in the United States; and because he made very different kinds of pictures when he returned to still photography in the 1970s, most of Frank’s American work of the 1950s is poorly known. This book, based on the important Frank collection at the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, is the first to focus on that work. Its careful sequence of 131 plates integrates 22 photographs from The Americans with more than 100 unknown or unfamiliar images to chart the major themes and pictorial strategies of Frank’s work in the United States in the 1950s. Peter Galassi’s text presents a thorough reconsideration of Frank’s first photographic career and examines in detail how he used the full range of photography’s vital 35mm vocabulary to reclaim the medium’s artistic tradition from the hegemony of the magazines. Robert Frank was born in Zurich, Switzerland, in 1924 and emigrated to the United States in 1947. He is best known for his seminal book The Americans, first published in 1959, which gave rise to a distinctly new form of photobooks, and his experimental film Pull My Daisy, made in 1959. Frank’s other important projects include the books Black White and Things (1952), 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. Peter Galassi was Chief Curator of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, from 1991 to 2011. He has published studies of the photography of Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Walker Evans, Lee Friedlander, Andreas Gursky, Alexander Rodchenko, and Jeff Wall, among other books. Co-published with the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California Exhibition: Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University, 3 September 2014 to 4 January 2015. A European tour is planned.

Robert Frank In America Edited by Peter Galassi Text by Peter Galassi Book design by Katy Homans 200 pages 9.1 × 9.6 in. / 23 × 24,5 cm 131 black-and-white photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 48.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-735-0

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Robert Frank The Americans First published in France in 1958, then the United States in 1959, Robert Frank’s The Americans changed the course of twentieth-century photography. In eighty-three photographs, Frank looked beneath the surface of American life to reveal a people plagued by racism, ill-served by their politicians, and rendered numb by a rapidly expanding culture of consumption. Yet he also found novel areas of beauty in simple, overlooked corners of American life. And it was not just his subject matter – cars, jukeboxes, and even the road itself – that redefined the icons of America; it was also his seemingly intuitive, immediate, off-kilter style, as well as his method of brilliantly linking his photographs together thematically, conceptually, formally, and linguistically, that made The Americans so innovative. More of an ode or a poem than a literal document, the book is as powerful and provocative today as it was fifty-five years ago. Robert Frank was born in Zurich, Switzerland in 1924 and went 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 art form in the photobook, and his experimental film Pull My Daisy, made in 1959. His other important projects include the book Black White and Things (1954), the book The Lines of My Hand (1959), and the film Cocksucker Blues for the Rolling Stones (1972). He divides his time between New York City and Nova Scotia, Canada.

Robert Frank The Americans Introduction by Jack Kerouac Book design by Robert Frank, Gerhard Steidl and Claas Möller 180 pages 8.3 X 7.3 in. / 20,9 X 18,4 cm 83 black-and-white photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-584-0 (English edition) ISBN 978-3-86521-657-1 (Chinese edition)

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David Goldblatt Regarding Intersections Between 1999 and 2011 David Goldblatt did work that he had not previously attempted: personal photography in color. While he had used color extensively in professional work since 1964, he had done almost no personal photography in this medium. But with the new political dispensation as well as technical advances through digital reproduction from film he felt the time was right for him to photograph in color. At first, Goldblatt photographed in his immediate area, Johannesburg. He then decided to look at South Africa by taking photographs within no more than a radius of 500 meters of each of the 122 points of intersection of a whole degree of latitude and a whole degree of longitude within its borders. However, after going to a number of intersections where there was nothing at all that stirred him to photograph, he realized that he was in danger of becoming slave to a formula. After abandoning the initial project he retained the idea of intersections. From time to time, over a period of nine years, he travelled the country in search of intersections—intersections of ideas, values, histories, conflicts, congruencies, fears, joys and aspirations—and the land in which and often because of which these happened. This book brings together a selection of Goldblatt’s color photography in South Africa from 2002 to 2011. An earlier version, Intersections, was published by Prestel in 2005, and the catalogue Intersections Intersected, consisting of paired black and white and color photographs, was published by Serralves Museum, Porto, in 2008. David Goldblatt, born in Randfontein in 1930, is a definitive photographer of his generation, esteemed for his dispassionate depiction of life in South Africa over a period of more than fifty years. Goldblatt worked in his father’s menswear business until 1963 when he took up photography full time. Goldblatt’s work concerns above all human values and is a unique document of life during and after apartheid. His photographs are held in major international collections, and his solo exhibitions include those at the Museum of Modern Art in New York in 1998, and the Fondation Henri CartierBresson in Paris in 2011. In 1989 Goldblatt founded the Market Photo Workshop in Johannesburg to teach visual literacy and photography especially to those disadvantaged by apartheid.

David Goldblatt Regarding Intersections With an essay by Michael Stevenson and an interview by Mark Haworth-Booth Book design by Cyn van Houten 200 pages and 4 gatefolds 13 × 10.4 in. / 33 × 26,5 cm 124 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 68.00 / £ 58.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-714-5

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Gordon Parks The Making of an Argument “Damn, Mr. Parks, you made a criminal of me.” Leonard “Red” Jackson, 1948 In 1948, Gordon Parks began his professional relationship with Life magazine that would last twenty-two years. For his first project, he proposed a series of pictures about the gang wars that were then plaguing Harlem, believing that if he could draw attention to the problem then perhaps it would be addressed through social programs or government intervention. As a result of his efforts, Parks gained the trust of one particular group of gang members and their leader, Leonard “Red” Jackson, and produced a series of pictures of them that are artful, emotive, poignant, touching, and sometimes shocking. From this larger body of work, twenty-one pictures were selected for reproduction in a graphic and adventurous layout in Life magazine. At each step of the selection process—as Parks chose each shot, or as the picture editors at Life re-selected from his selection—any intended narrative was complicated by another curatorial voice. Featuring contact sheets, proof prints and the published Life article, Gordon Parks: The Making of an Argument traces this editorial process and parses out the various voices and motives behind the production of the picture essay. Gordon Parks was born into poverty and segregation in Fort Scott, Kansas, in 1912. An itinerant laborer, he worked as a brothel pianist and railcar porter, among other jobs, before buying a camera at a pawnshop, training himself, and becoming a photographer. In addition to his storied tenures at the Farm Security Administration, the Office of War Information (1941–1945) and Life magazine (1948–1972), Parks was a modern-day Renaissance man who found success as a film director, author and composer. The first African-American director to helm a major motion picture, he popularized the Blaxploitation genre through his film Shaft (1971). He wrote numerous memoirs, novels and books of poetry and received many awards, including the National Medal of Arts and more than fifty honorary degrees. In 1997 the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., mounted his retrospective exhibition “Half Past Autumn: The Art of Gordon Parks”. Parks died in 2006. Parks’ books at Steidl include Gordon Parks: Collected Works, (2012) and A Harlem Family, (2012).

Gordon Parks The Making of an Argument With forewords by Susan M. Taylor and Peter W. Kunhardt Jr., an essay by Russell Lord, and a further contribution by Irvin Mayfield Book design by Peter W. Kunhardt Jr., Duncan Whyte and Gerhard Steidl 136 pages 9.8 × 11.4 in. / 25 × 29 cm 55 black-and-white and 1 color photographs Tritone and four-color process Clothbound hardcover with dust-jacket € 35.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 42.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-721-3

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Saul Leiter Early Black and White The distinctive iconography of Saul Leiter’s early black-and-white photographs stems from his profound response to the dynamic street life of New York City in the late 1940s and 50s. While this technique borrowed aspects of the photodocumentary, Leiter’s imagery was more shaped by his highly individual reactions to the people and places he encountered. Like a Magic Realist with a camera, Leiter absorbed the mystery of the city and poignant human experiences. Together with Early Color, also published by Steidl, Early Black and White shows the impressive range of Leiter’s early photography. Saul Leiter was born in Pittsburgh in 1923, the son of a rabbi. His work is held in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, as well as in other public and private collections.

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Saul Leiter Early Black and White Edited by Howard Greenberg and Bob Shamis, with the assistance of Margit Erb Text by Max Kozloff, with an additional essay by Jane Livingston Book design by Gregory Wakabayashi Volume I: 204 pages with 106 photographs Volume II: 184 pages, including 4 gatefolds, with 89 photographs 7.9 × 8 in. / 20 × 20,3 cm

Tritone Two clothbound hardcover books with dust-jackets, housed in a handmade slipcase € 68.00 / £ 58.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-413-3

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Howard Greenberg and Bob Shamis (eds.) James Karales “James Karales (1930–2002) was big-time in the best time but is not as well known as he should be,” argues photographic historian Vicki Goldberg. This book will change that. Early in his career, Karales began a photo-essay documenting Rendville, Ohio, an important stop on the Underground Railroad during the Civil War and one of the few racially integrated communities in America in the late 1950s. These pictures demonstrate his striking ability to capture the essential qualities of a community, are reminiscent of images made for the Farm Security Administration in the 1930s, and reflect Karales’ state of mind as he grappled with the racial issues that were to preoccupy him and America for many years to come. Karales worked for Look from 1960 until it ceased publication in 1971. Among many important assignments for the magazine, Karales documented Martin Luther King and the 50 mile, five-day Selma (Alabama) march in 1965. 15 minutes before the end of the march, the sky darkened and Karales’ wide-angle shot of the protesters silhouetted against the horizon has since become an emblem of the march and has insured the photographer’s place in this tumultuous period of American history. Through this new publication we discover that Karales’ stature as a photojournalist and social documentary photographer par excellence is based on much more than one iconic image from Selma. James Karales was born in Canton, Ohio, in 1930. In 1955, after earning his degree in Fine Arts from Ohio University, he came to New York and worked as an assistant to the renowned W. Eugene Smith. As a photojournalist, Karales won numerous awards, among them the Picture of the Year and the Overseas Press Club Award. His photographs are in numerous collections including the High Museum in Atlanta, the International Center of Photography, and the Museum of Modern Art, both in New York. Karales died in 2002

Howard Greenberg and Bob Shamis (eds.) James Karales

JAMES K ARALES

Texts by Vicki Goldberg, Howard Greenberg and Sam Stephenson Book design by Gregory Wakabayashi 176 pages 11 × 9 in. / 28 × 23 cm 116 black-and-white photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover with a dust-jacket € 54.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 64.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-444-1

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Bob Shamis (ed.) Leon Levinstein American street photographer Leon Levinstein is much admired within the photographic community, but little known outside of it. Solo exhibitions at the National Gallery of Canada in 1995 and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 2010 brought him to the attention of many, but his dynamic and original work is yet to achieve the recognition it deserves. Levinstein’s fearless and unsentimental black-and-white images, whether shot in New York City, Coney Island, Haiti, Mexico or India, possess, in Metropolitan Museum of Arts Curator of Photographs, Jeff Rosenheim’s words, “graphic virtuosity—seen in raw, expressive gestures and seemingly monumental bodies—balanced by an unusual compassion for his off-beat subjects.” In 1975, at the age of 65, Levinstein received a grant from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. His intention, in his own words, was to photograph “as wide a spectrum of the American scene as my experience and vision will allow.” This long-awaited book fulfils this ambitious goal. Born in West Virginia in 1910, Leon Levinstein moved to New York in 1946 and studied with Alexey Brodovitch, artistic director of Harper’s Bazaar, and Photo League founder and teacher Sid Grossman, both important early advocates. By 1950, Levinstein was photographing strangers on the street, a practice he would continue for the next 35 years. He died in 1988.

Bob Shamis (ed.) Leon Levinstein Texts by Jeff L. Rosenheim, Bob Shamis and Carrie Springer Book design by Gregory Wakabayashi 320 pages 11 × 13.8 in. / 28 × 35 cm 170 black-and-white and 17 color plates Tritone and four-color process Clothbound hardcover with a dust-jacket € 68.00 / £ 58.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-443-4

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W. Eugene Smith

Jacob Riis

Arthur Rothstein

Henri Cartier-Bresson

Robert Capa

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Sam Stourdzé and Agnès Sire (eds.) Howard Greenberg Collection

Howard Greenberg has been a gallery owner for more than thirty years. He is nowadays considered one of the pillars of the New York photographic scene. While he is well known as a dealer, his rather private passion as a collector is now revealed for the first time to a larger public. The Howard Greenberg Collection—which has been carefully assembled over the last thirty years—counts around 500 photographs that distinguish themselves by their high print quality. The unique collection reflects Howard Greenberg’s diverse fields of interest that range from the modern esthetic approach of the 1920s and 1930s with the works of Edward Steichen, Edward Weston or the Czech School to contemporary photographers such as Minor White, Harry Callahan and Robert Frank. A large part of the collection is dedicated to the humanist photography genre, represented—among others—by Lewis Hine, David Seymour and Farm Security Administration photographers like Walker Evans and Dorothea Lange, witnesses of the Great Depression of the 1930s. More than anything the collection illustrates New York’s enormous influence on the history of photography in the 20th century: architecture and urban life are reflected in the photographs of Berenice Abbott, Weegee and Lee Friedlander. Agnès Sire became the Director of the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in 2004, after twenty years spent at Magnum Photos Paris office as Artistic Director. Sam Stourdzé is the Director of the Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne, and Editor in Chief of the magazine ELSE. Co-published with the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson and the Musée de l’Elysée Exhibition: Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam, 11 September to 30 November 2014

Sam Stourdzé and Agnès Sire (eds.) Howard Greenberg Collection English edition With an interview with Howard Greenberg and Sam Stourdzé Book design by Sarah Winter and Julia Melzner/Steidl Design 224 pages 6.8 × 9.2 in. / 17,2 × 23,3 cm 144 photographs Four-color process Hardcover with a tipped-in photo € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-736-7

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Bruce Davidson In Color “I began to feel that color could articulate the grim reality in a way that black and white might not.” Bruce Davidson This volume presents Bruce Davidson’s personal selections from his lesser-known color archive. Ranging from a period of fifty-six years and counting, these images are representative of the photographer’s color career. Assignments from various magazines (Vogue, National Geographic, Life magazine) and commercial projects led him to photograph fashion (early 1960s), the Shah of Iran with his family (1964), keepers of French monuments (1988), the supermodel Kylie Bax (1997), and college cheerleaders (1989). He photographed in India and China, but also at home in New York, in Chicago, and along the Pacific Coast Highway. In 1968, Michelangelo Antonioni invited him to document the making of his film Zabriskie Point. Davidson also continued to pursue personal projects, e.g. photographing the Yiddish writer and Nobel Prize laureate Isaac Bashevis Singer (1972–75), the New York City subway (1980), and Katz’s Delicatessen (2004). Often staying on in a country after an official assignment, he documented Welsh coalfields, family holidays in Martha’s Vineyard, and travelled through Patagonia and Mexico. Born in 1933, Bruce Davidson began photographing at the age of ten in Oak Park, Illinois. Davidson studied at the Rochester Institute of Technology and Yale University before being drafted into the army. After leaving military service in 1957, he freelanced for Life and in 1958 became a member of Magnum Photos. Davidson’s work is held in many major museum collections and his awards include a Guggenheim fellowship (1961) and the first National Endowment for the Arts Grant in Photography (1967). In 2011 he was awarded an honorary doctorate in Fine Arts from the Corcoran College of Art and Design. Steidl has published Davidson’s Circus (2007), Outside Inside (2010), Subway (2011), and Black & White (2012).

Bruce Davidson In Color Edited by Bruce Davidson and Amina Lakhaney Text by Bruce Davidson Book design by Bruce Davidson, Duncan Whyte and Gerhard Steidl 280 pages 11.6 × 11.4 in. / 29,5 × 29 cm 251 color photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with a dust-jacket € 78.00 / £ 68.00 / US$ 95.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-564-6

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Bruce Davidson Subway “Go back into the subway and look beyond the graffiti. Lift up your heads and look around, see what Bruce has revealed—the beauty in the subway population, the enormous amount of color below and above ground, the varieties and pleasures to be seen from the subway. The shrill insistence of the noise in our ears and of the graffiti to our eyes does not end the catalogue of effects the subway has on our senses. Bruce Davidson has reopened and rewritten that catalogue with this magnificent series of photographs. Light, color, humanity, affection, and hope can be added to our impressions of the New York subway system.”

Henry Geldzahler

In 1980 Bruce Davidson began photographing the New York subway system, venturing regularly into this intoxicating, sometimes dangerous subterranean world. At first Davidson photographed in black and white, but he soon realised color was necessary to depict the intensity of this graffiti-covered landscape. Originally published in 1986, this updated Steidl edition of Subway is printed from new scans of Davidson’s Kodachrome slides and features additional images. Born in 1933, Bruce Davidson began photographing at the age of ten in Oak Park, Illinois. Davidson studied at the Rochester Institute of Technology and Yale University, before being drafted into the army. After leaving military service in 1957, Davidson freelanced for LIFE and in 1958 he became a member of Magnum. Davidson’s awards include a Guggenheim fellowship and the first National Endowment for the Arts in Photography. Steidl has published Davidson’s England / Scotland 1960 (2005), Circus (2007) and Outside Inside (2010).

Bruce Davidson Subway Edited by Bruce Davidson and Amina Lakhaney Texts by Fred Braithwaite, Bruce Davidson and Henry Geldzahler Book design by Bruce Davidson, Duncan Whyte and Gerhard Steidl 140 pages 11.6 × 11.4 in. / 29,5 × 29 cm 121 photographs Four-color process Hardcover with dust jacket € 58.00 / £ 52.00 / distributed in the USA by Aperture ISBN 978-3-86930-294-2

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Bruce Davidson England / Scotland 1960 In 1960, after an intense year photographing the notorious Brooklyn street gang “The Jokers,” Bruce Davidson decided to remove himself from the tension and depression of that work. He received an assignment to photograph Marilyn Monroe during the making of John Houston’s The Misfits in the Nevada desert, and then travelled to London on commission for Queen magazine. Published by Jocelyn Stevens, Queen was devoted to British lifestyle and Davidson was charged, with no specific agenda, to spend a couple of months touring England and Scotland to create a visual portrait of the two countries. England / Scotland 1960 offers a poetic insight into the heart of English and Scottish cultures. Reflecting a post-war era in which the revolutions of the 1960s had not quite yet entered the mainstream, Davidson’s photographs reveal societies driven by difference—the extremes of city and country life, of the landed gentry and the common people. Published for the first time in its entirety in 2005, this new edition has a larger ideal format initially chosen by Davidson for his Outside Inside (2010), and now the standard size for his future publications with Steidl. Born in 1933, Bruce Davidson began photographing at the age of ten in Oak Park, Illinois. Davidson studied at the Rochester Institute of Technology and Yale University, before being drafted into the army. After leaving military service in 1957, he freelanced for Life and in 1958 became a member of Magnum Photos. Davidson’s work is held in many major museum collections and his awards include a Guggenheim fellowship (1961) and the first National Endowment for the Arts in Photography (1967). Steidl has published Davidson’s Circus (2007), Outside Inside (2010), Subway (2011) and Black & White (2012).

Bruce Davidson England / Scotland 1960 Edited by Bruce Davidson and Michael Mack Texts by Bruce Davidson and Mark Haworth-Booth Book design by Bruce Davidson, Duncan Whyte and Gerhard Steidl 144 pages 11.6 × 11.4 in. / 29,5 × 29 cm 116 black-and-white photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo € 42.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 54.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-553-0

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David Bailey Bailey’s East End “The idea for a book on the East End formed sometime in the 1980s. The London Docks had already closed down or were starting to. I chose to shoot mainly in the districts of Silvertown and Canning Town. I have over the years spent many weekends shooting whatever took my fancy. The other two times I had bursts of photographic energy in the East End were in the 1960s and from about 2004 to 2010. These were my three key periods to draw pictures from, instead of just trolling through the last fifty years of archives. In the late 1940s and early 1950s I heard a quote on the radio, ‘Go west, young man.’ At the time I didn’t give it much thought. Later I assumed it was from America and that it went back to the middle of the nineteenth century, when America’s west coast was opening up to great wealth and opportunities. The cockneys should have listened, but they didn’t. They went east like their ancestors before them. The ones that moved east out of ‘Old Nichol’ went to Whitechapel, then on to Stepney and Bow, then to what is now called Newham and later to Barking, Dagenham and onto Essex. My mother was from Bow, my father it seems was from Hackney, my grandfather from Bethnal Green. Before him they all were from Whitechapel as far as records show.” David Bailey David Bailey, born in London in 1938, is one of the most successful photographers of his generation, and his career, in and beyond fashion photography, spans fifty years. Steidl has published Bailey’s Democracy (2005), Havana (2006), NY JS DB 62 (2007), Is That So Kid (2008), Eye (2009), and Delhi Dilemma (2012).

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BAILEY’S EAST E N D

Text by David Bailey Book design by David Bailey, Duncan Whyte and Gerhard Steidl Vol. 1: 96 pages / Vol. 2: 176 pages / Vol. 3: 192 pages 10.2 × 13 in. / 26 × 33 cm 620 photographs Tritone and four-color process Three hardcover books in a slipcase € 148.00 / £ 125.00 / US$ 175.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-534-9

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Andrew Savulich THE CITY New York spot news and street photography 1980–1995 “If there’s one thing you can say about my work, it’s that it is compulsive, repetitive … obsessive.” Andrew Savulich Social and cultural transition is usually hard to gauge. New York in the 1980s and the first half of the 1990s was clearly a different place than it is now. The city was more violent and more street weird. Times Square was still wonderfully sleazy. Andrew Savulich is a photographer living and working in New York City. His work is a unique mix of spot news and street photography—capturing scenes of crime as well as everyday life. The startling immediacy of the moment prevails in his black-and-white images on which he provides handwritten captions. What at first seems like objective commentary soon reveals the photographer’s dry ironic tone, at times bordering on black humour. Andrew Savulich was born in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, in 1949 and moved to New York in 1975. Starting out as a landscape architect, a construction worker, and eventually a freelance photographer he joined the New York Daily News in 1993 where he still works. His photographs have been published in Spy, The Independent, Tempo, Photonews, Art News and Artforum, among others, and are in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the ICP in New York. Savulich has exhibited in museums and galleries including Fabrik Fotoforum Hamburg, Camera Work Gallery (San Francisco), and the Toronto Photographers Gallery. He was awarded a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship Grant in Photography in 1986 and an Ernst Haas Photographer Work Grant in 1992.

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THE CITY N EW YOR K SPOT N EWS AN D STR E ET PHOTOGRAPHY 1980 –1995

Andrew Savulich THE CITY New York spot news and street photography 1980–1995 With an essay by Brendan Bernhard Book design by Andrew Savulich and Gerhard Steidl 176 pages 10.8 × 11.6 in. / 27,5 × 29,5 cm 125 black-and-white photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover with dust-jacket € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-690-2 STEI DL

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Ken Schles Night Walk Twenty-five years after the printing of his seminal 1988 book, Invisible City, Ken Schles revisits his archive and fashions a narrative of lost youth: a delirious, peripatetic walk in the evening air of an irretrievable Downtown New York as he saw and experienced it. Night Walk is a substantive and intimate chronicle of New York’s last pre-internet bohemian outpost, a stream of consciousness portrayal that peels back layers of petulance and squalor to find the frisson and striving of a life lived amongst the rubble. Here, Schles embodies the flâneur as Sontag defines it, as a “connoisseur of empathy,” “cruising the urban inferno, the voyeuristic stroller who discovers the city as a landscape of voluptuous extremes.” We see in Night Walk a new and revelatory Ulysses for the 21st century: a searching tale of wonder and desire, life and love in the dying hulk of a ruined American city. Ken Schles was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1960 and has been making photographic books for over a quarter of a century. He studied photography at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art with William Gedney and was a student of the legendary Lisette Model.

Ken Schles Night Walk Texts by Ken Schles, T.S. Eliot Book design by Ken Schles 162 pages 9.1 × 6.8 in. / 23,2 × 17,3 cm 107 black-and-white photographs Quadratone Clothbound hardcover with dust-jacket € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-692-6

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Ken Schles Invisible City “The real image of New York is rarely clear to anyone living in it, except as tenacious sensation. … Ken Schles’ Invisible City is a picture book that comprehends both the shambles and the thrall.” Guy Trebay, The Village Voice For a decade, Ken Schles watched the passing of time from his Lower East Side neighborhood. His camera fixed the instances of his observations, and these moments became the foundation of his invisible city. Friends and architecture come under the scrutiny of his lens and, when sorted and viewed in the pages of this book, a remarkable achievement of personal vision emerges. Twenty-five years later, Invisible City still has the ability to transfix the viewer. A penetrating and intimate portrayal of a world few had entrance to—or means of egress from—Invisible City stands alongside Brassai’s Paris de Nuit and van der Elsken’s Love On The Left Bank as one of the 20th century’s great depictions of nocturnal bohemian experience. Documenting his life in New York City’s East Village during its heyday in the tumultuous 1980s, Schles captured its look and attitude in delirious and dark verité. Long out of print, this “missing link” in the history of the photographic book is now once again made available. Using scans from the original negatives and Steidl’s five-plate technique to bring out nuance and detail never seen before in print, this masterful edition transcends the original, bringing this underground cult classic into the 21st century for a new generation to discover. Ken Schles was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1960 and has been making photographic books for over a quarter of a century. He studied photography at the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art with William Gedney and was a student of the legendary Lisette Model.

Ken Schles Invisible City Texts by Lewis Mumford, Jorge Luis Borges, Franz Kafka, George Orwell, Jean Baudrillard Book design by Ken Schles and Jack Woody 80 pages 9.1 × 6.8 in. / 23,2 × 17,3 cm 62 black-and-white photographs Quadratone Clothbound hardcover with dust-jacket € 34.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 40.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-691-9

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Raymond Depardon MANICOMIO Secluded Madness “In 1977, I met Franco Basaglia, director of the manicomico (lunatic asylum) at the hospital in Triest, who was also the leader of an alternative psychiatric movement. Taking advantage of the chaotic political situation in Italy at the time, he started to close several psychiatric hospitals with a group of doctors, and had ‘Law 180’ passed in 1978, which resulted in the definitive closure of the asylums. Franco encouraged me to take photographs of this reality, ‘If not, they will not believe us,’ he told me. With more than a hundred thousand people interned in psychiatric asylums all over Italy, the situation was indeed dramatic. He also introduced me to directors of other asylums in Venice, Naples, Arezzo and Turin. For four years, until the closure of the hospital on the island of San Clemente very close to Venice, I photographed these places of pain to preserve them in memory and to pay tribute to Franco Basaglia—who died from a sudden illness in 1980. My film about San Clemente came out in 1982, but it’s only now, thirty years later —after a long pause—that I have finally edited and designed the photographic work that was begun all those years ago.” Raymond Depardon Raymond Depardon, born in Villefranche-sur-Saône in 1942, belongs to a generation of French photographers reluctant to over-interpret its subjects. Depardon developed a profound love for the Middle East and the desert, recurrent themes in his later work. In 1967 an encounter with Gilles Caron led to the founding of Gamma, through which they were assigned to the most troubled parts of the world. In 1973 Depardon became Gamma’s director. From 1975 to 1977 he travelled in Chad and received a Pulitzer Prize in 1977. The next year Depardon left Gamma to become a Magnum associate, then a full member in 1979, when he also received a George Sadoul Prize for his film Numéro Zéro. Depardon’s numerous awards include the Robert Capa Gold Medal, the César Award for Best Documentary and a nomination for an Academy Award. His books with Steidl include Villes/Cities/Städte (2007) and Manhattan Out (2008).

Raymond Depardon MANICOMIO Secluded Madness Book design by Bernard Fischer and Gerhard Steidl 224 pages 11.6 × 7.9 in. / 29,5 × 20 cm 218 black-and-white photographs Tritone Flexible hardcover € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-535-6

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Tom Wood Landscapes These three volumes of Tom Wood’s new work, Landscapes, are drawn from the artist’s extensive unseen and unpublished landscape work. The first volume concentrates on Wood’s photographs made in response to the West of Ireland, County Mayo, the landscape of his birthplace and childhood and an area he has returned to as an artist almost every year since 1975. Taken over decades, views of this wild and remote landscape, many of them glimpsed from the car, bus or train during his journeys there, are combined with fragile fragments of surviving family photographs, video stills, and intimate and affectionate portraits of day-to-day life within a rural community. The second volume consists of Wood’s landscapes predominantly made within Merseyside, where he lived and worked for 25 years, from 1978–2003. In this more urban environment, his landscapes encompass pictures of people’s homes and gardens, parks, wastelands, and the river Mersey. Wood moved to Wales in 2003 to address what he has referred to as “the matter of landscape.” His open and experimental approach to photography means he is constantly pushing its formal and conceptual possibilities. Selected from the photographs he has been making in Wales, the third volume is the most formally abstract of the three books and includes many photographs taken with a panoramic camera—complex, optically rich pictures with multiple points of view and focus. Tom Wood was born in 1951 in County Mayo in the west of Ireland. He lived and worked on Merseyside between 1978 and 2003 before he moved to his current home in North Wales. Wood has published numerous books, including Bus Odyssey, People, All Zones Off Peak and Looking for Love. He has had solo and group exhibitions worldwide and his work is part of the collections of major museums. Steidl recently published his two-volume Men and Women.

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Stephen Dupont Generation AK: The Afghanistan Wars 1993–2012 Generation AK: The Afghanistan Wars 1993–2012 is a retrospective selection of images of the country where Dupont has covered everything from civil war and the rise of the Taliban in the 1990s, to the launch of Operation Enduring Freedom and the ongoing war on terrorism. Dupont completed much of this work on self-funded trips and as part of one of the last small independent photographic agencies, Contact Press Images, of which he has been a member since 1997. In 2008 he survived a suicide bombing while traveling with an Afghan opium eradication team near Jalalabad. Stephen Dupont, born in Sydney, Australia, in 1967, is an award-winning photojournalist, documentary filmmaker, and war correspondent. He is internationally recognized for his work in some of the world’s most dangerous areas, including Afghanistan, Burma, Cambodia, Iraq, Papua New Guinea, Rwanda, Somalia, and Zaire.

Stephen Dupont Generation AK: The Afghanistan Wars 1993–2012 Photos, texts and book design by Stephen Dupont 320 pages 10.8 × 14.4 in. / 27,5 × 36,5 cm 260 color photographs Four-color process Hardcover € 78.00 / £ 65.00 / US$ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-727-5

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Luke Powell Afghan Gold While travelling overland to India from Europe in the fall of 1971, Luke Powell ran into the war between India and Pakistan, and he spent the following winter in neighbouring Afghanistan. Powell was stunned by the beauty of the country, the state of preservation of the culture, and by the Afghans’ ability to be totally self-sustaining. He returned nearly every year until 1978, when he left the country three days before a Communist coup. Powell’s ability to transform raw 35 mm film into refined printed images grew during 15 years when he printed his work with the legendary Dye Transfer Process. The Afghan Folio exhibition travelled to over 120 museums and galleries in North America and Europe, during the years when the Russians were occupying Kabul. In early 2000 the Taliban government invited Luke Powell to come back to Afghanistan, and later that year the Northern Alliance allowed him to travel alone in areas under their control. Through 2003 Powell took photographs for the United Nations Demining Program for Afghanistan and other UN agencies. In Afghan Gold Luke Powell has tried to separate art from journalism and show only the beautiful, traditional side of Afghanistan. In the text, published in a separate volume, Powell acts as a spokesman for an essentially peace-loving people who have been at war for the last three decades, placing the images in an unusually broad historical context. Luke Powell was born in 1946. He lives in Liverpool, Nova Scotia.

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Luke Powell Afghan Gold Texts and photographs by Luke Powell Book design by Luke Powell and Gerhard Steidl Volume I: 224 pages (photos) Volume II: 56 pages (text) 16.5 × 12.2 in. / 42 × 31 cm 206 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover book with tipped-in photo, together with a text booklet housed in a handmade slipcase € 98.00 / £ 95.00 / US$ 145.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-648-3

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Joakim Eskildsen American Realities In 2010, more Americans lived below the poverty line than at any time since 1959, when the U.S. Census Bureau began collecting this data. In 2011, Kira Pollack, Director of Photography at TIME , commissioned photographer Joakim Eskildsen to capture the growing crisis, affecting nearly 46.2 million Americans. Based on census data, the places with the highest poverty rates were chosen when Eskildsen, together with journalist Natasha del Toro, traveled to New York, California, Louisiana, South Dakota and Georgia over seven months to document the lives of the people behind the statistics. The people Joakim Eskildsen has portrayed—people who struggle to make ends meet, who have lost their jobs or homes and often live in unhealthy conditions—usually remain invisible in the American society to which the myth of the American Dream is still very strong. Many of the people held there was no such dream anymore—merely the American Reality. Joakim Eskildsen is a Danish photographer based in Berlin. He has published four books, and is best known for his book The Roma Journeys (Steidl 2007).

Joakim Eskildsen American Realities Texts by Joakim Eskildsen, Natasha del Toro and Barbara Kiviat Book design by Joakim Eskildsen 120 pages 8.25 × 7.25 in. / 20,9 × 18,4 cm 51 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover € 32.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 39.95 ISBN 978-3-86930-734-3

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Jim Goldberg Rich and Poor “Having thirty years to look back at these images, I felt like I was able to look a this work with a critical distance for the first time. I’m now able to separate my own impulses with the overarching history/context of what was happening in the 70’s and 80’s.” Jim Goldberg From 1977 to 1985, Goldberg photographed the wealthy and destitute of San Francisco, creating a visual document that has since become a landmark work. Through the combination of text and photographs, Rich and Poor’s mass appeal was instantly recognizable. In 1984 the series was exhibited alongside Robert Adams and Joel Sternfeld in the “Three Americans” exhibition at MoMA, and was published the following year by Random House. Out of print since 1985, Jim Goldberg’s Rich and Poor has been completely re-designed and expanded by the artist for Steidl. Available for the first time in hardcover, Rich and Poor builds upon the classic combination of photographs and handwriting and adds a surplus of vintage material and contemporary photographs that have never been published or exhibited. The photographs in Rich and Poor constitute a shocking and gripping portrait of America during the 70’s and 80’s that remains just as relevant today. Jim Goldberg was born in New Haven, Connecticut, in 1953. He has been working with experimental storytelling for over thirty years with major projects including Rich and Poor (1977–85), Raised by Wolves (1985–95), and Open See (2003–present). He joined Magnum Photos in 2002. He has been awarded three NEA grants, a Guggenheim Fellowship, the Henri Cartier-Bresson Award (2007), and the Deutsche Börse Photography Prize (2011). 

Jim Goldberg Rich and Poor New expanded edition with a handmade zigzag-fold panorama booklet Book design by Jim Goldberg 256 pages 11 × 8.5 in / 27,4 × 21,6 cm 158 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with dust-jacket € 48.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-688-9

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John Gossage Looking up Ben James—A Fable “It is spring 2008 and my friend, photographer and book collector John Gossage, is coming to the UK. We have planned to embark upon a minor road trip together. All John requests is that I drive and that we visit some ‘typical Parr seaside locations.’ No problem.” Martin Parr Martin Parr and John Gossage’s British coastal trip covered spots like Georgian Clifton (Bristol), Severn Bridge (Wales), and Caerau, the mining village near Cardiff where photographer Robert Frank had made his famous report and met the miner Ben James in 1953. The road took them further north to reach Porthmadog and Blaenau Ffestiniog in North Wales, ending in Liverpool, Morecambe and smaller towns in the Lake District. The outcome are shots of street scenes, backyards, gardens, sceneries and very few people on the way, silent testimonies of small, unexpected details of everyday life in a world that is not visited by many, let alone photographed. As Parr concludes in his introductory text: “I am amazed that the collective vision of this volume is so familiar, but entirely alien. It restores my faith in photography to know that a mature and original photographer like John Gossage can see the things I just did not notice.” John Gossage, born in New York in 1946, now residing in Washington, D.C., briefly studied with Lisette Model and Alexey Brodovitch from 1960 to 1961. In the late 1960s he learned Telecaster guitar from Roy Buchanan and Danny Gatton, giving up professional music in 1973 and returning to photography. From 1974 through 1990 he had various exhibitions at Leo Castelli Gallery in New York. From 1990 on he has been concentrating almost exclusively on publications, producing twenty-seven different books and boxes on specific bodies of photographic work.

John Gossage Looking up Ben James—A Fable Text by Martin Parr Book design by John Gossage 192 pages 13 × 16.3 in. / 33 × 41 cm 133 photographs (115 b/w, 18 color) Tritone and four-color process Clothbound hardcover with dust-jacket € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-589-9

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John Cohen Here and Gone Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie & the 1960s John Cohen was a founding member of the New Lost City Ramblers, one of the folk revival’s most authentic and respected musical groups. In the 1960s he made a series of photographs of the last years of Woody Guthrie’s life, and early portraits of Bob Dylan on his arrival in New York, depicting two titans of American music at opposite ends of their careers. In the process, Cohen portrayed one of the great moments of American folk music history. The book contains other images from the 1960s including the music scenes at Washington Square and on MacDougal Street in Greenwich Village, images of Jerry Garcia and the musicians in San Francisco’s “Family Dog,” as well as the psychedelic “Sky River Rock” festival. In 1970, Dylan requested Cohen make another set of color photographs of him with a “camera that could take photographs from a block away.” By then, he had become world-famous. Bob was seen walking unrecognized on the streets of the city and at a farm in upstate NY. The photographs were used in Dylan’s album “Self Portrait.” John Cohen, born in 1932 in New York, is a photographer, filmmaker and musician. A MFA graduate from Yale University School of Fine Arts, 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) and The High & Lonesome Sound. The Legacy of Roscoe Holcomb (2012).

John Cohen Here and Gone Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie & the 1960s Includes a 1968 interview with Bob Dylan Book design by John Cohen and Gerhard Steidl 152 pages 9.45 × 9.45 in. / 24 × 24 cm 119 photographs Four-color process Hardcover € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-604-9

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Philip Brookman Redlands “I asked what he thought of California. He said the beauty didn’t fool him. So I told him to visit Redlands and spend some time with the fruit pickers, and then stop by the rail yards after sunset to blow the seeds off dandelions and watch them float away in the wind. He wrote that down in his notebook.” Redlands weaves together an intimate sequence of photographs and a short story by Philip Brookman, set in California, Mexico, and New York City during the unsettled decades of the 1960s and 1970s. Brookman uses fiction and images from his own photographic diaries to create a first-person account of Kip, an artist who wanders back and forth between farmworkers and poets—between California and New York—seeking to question the meaning of his mother’s death. When Kip learns that he can’t trust the eyewitness accounts of his sister, he picks up a camera to find meaning in his own experience. By juxtaposing the oppositional strategies of fiction and documentary practice to find an invented narrative, Redlands questions the veracity of logical observation and embraces the poetry of the real world. Philip Brookman is a curator, photographer, filmmaker, and writer. He is Chief Curator and Head of Research at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Brookman’s books, essays, and documentaries are about issues of modern photography, media, culture, family, and visual arts. Brookman has organized major exhibitions with photographers Robert Frank, Jim Goldberg, Sally Mann, and Gordon Parks, among others. He is the author of Helios: Eadweard Muybridge in a Time of Change.

Philip Brookman Redlands Photos, text and book design by Philip Brookman 208 pages 6 × 9 in. / 15,2 × 22,9 cm 94 photographs Four-color process Hardcover € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-686-5

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Arthur Elgort The Big Picture This is Arthur Elgort’s first comprehensive book, showing his world-renowned fashion imagery alongside his personal work. The book spans Elgort’s five-decade career and illustrates his longevity as an emulated fashion photographer. His lively and casual shooting style is significantly influenced by a lifelong love of music and dance, particularly jazz and ballet. Elgort’s 1971 debut in British Vogue created a sensation in the fashion world where his soon-to-be iconic “snapshot” style and emphasis on movement and natural light transcended norms of fashion photography. Elgort subsequently rose to fame working for such distinguished magazines as American, French and Italian Vogue, Interview, GQ, Life and Rolling Stone and shooting advertising campaigns for fashion labels including Chanel, Valentino and Yves Saint Laurent. Arthur Elgort was born in 1940 and raised in New York City. He attended Stuyvesant High School and Hunter College where he initially studied painting before switching to photography, which he took to naturally. Elgort’s numerous books include Personal Fashion Photographs (1983) and the bestseller Models Manual, released during the supermodel boom in 1994. Elgort has also directed two films, Texas Tenor: The Illinois Jacquet Story (1992), and the documentary Colorado Cowboy (1993) which portrays legendary cowboy Bruce Ford and won the award for Best Cinematography at the Sundance Film Festival in 1994. In 2011, Elgort received the Board of Directors’ Special Tribute Award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America.

Arthur Elgort The Big Picture Foreword by Grace Coddington Essay by Martin Harrison Book design by Marianne Houtenbos and Aoife Wasser 424 pages 10 × 12.7 in. / 24,5 × 32 cm 280 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 78.00 / £ 68.00 / US$ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-543-1

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Horst von Harbou Metropolis Fritz Lang’s Metropolis from 1927 is the undisputed prototype of science fiction films in the twentieth century. A collection of images by the still photographer Horst von Harbou, bequeathed by Brigitte Helm who had appeared in the film as a seventeen-year-old, has re-emerged at an auction in Berlin in late 2010. Edition 7L Paris, the new owner of the originals, has now printed an identical facsimile of the original album which was once given to Brigitte Helm as a souvenir by von Harbou and his wife. Metropolis displays the photographs and some of their reverse sides which feature hand-written notes. The images exclusively show scenes from the film during its making and off-camera action and mainly feature the young actress. They not only offer a rare insight into Lang’s film but have been crucial in reconstructing missing scenes from it. Horst von Harbou was born in 1879 in Hutta, Posen, and died in 1953 in Potsdam-Babelsberg. Very little is known about von Harbou, except for the films on which he worked as a still photographer: these include Mensch ohne Namen (1932), Starke Herzen im Sturm (1937) and Augen der Liebe (1951).

Horst von Harbou Metropolis Book design by Karl Lagerfeld and Gerhard Steidl 88 pages 9.1 × 6.7 in. / 23 × 17 cm 35 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover photo album € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-369-7

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Karl Lagerfeld The Glory of Water “Rome has a very unique atmosphere. In my life, I have already been to Rome over 740 times, I feel part of it … Rome is eternal, therefore, there is no better place: Rome has changed and has not changed.” Karl Lagerfeld Rome would be unthinkable without its fountains. They play a fundamental role in this ancient city’s history and to date have largely contributed to its beauty. The Fontana di Trevi acts like a magnet to the Roman tourist, often being their first destination of their visit. Rome has many famous fountains but also many that are almost secret and hardly known at all but are just as beautiful and interesting. With his camera, Karl Lagerfeld has embarked on a dialogue between the past and the future, the result being a series of 50 daguerreotypes. The daguerreotype process – an almost forgotten technique mastered by only a few specialized artists nowadays – was the first photographic process to permanently fix an image onto a medium. The surface of a daguerreotype is similar to that of a mirror, with the image made directly on the silvered surface. Depending on the angle viewed, the image can change from a positive to a negative and adapt an almost three-dimensional appearance. Karl Lagerfeld’s photobook is a modern and colorful interpretation of the traditional monochromatic Daguerreotypeplates masterfully rendered on paper by Steidl. Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer, book dealer and publisher, began working as a photographer in 1987. Lagerfeld has received the Lucky Strike Design Award from the Raymond Lewy Foundation, the Kulturpreis from the German Photographic Society, and the ICP Trustees Award from the International Center of. His book The Little Black Jacket (Steidl 2012) is an international bestseller. The photographs from this series are shown in a world-touring exhibition. Lagerfeld recently published Reklame. Frühe Werbung auf Plakaten, a collector’s box presenting his exquisite poster collection and including reprints of some of the most sought-after reference books regarding early advertisement design.

Karl Lagerfeld The Glory of Water Introduction by Karl Lagerfeld Book design by Karl Lagerfeld and Gerhard Steidl 112 pages 12.6 x 13.2 in. / 32 x 33,5 cm 50 photographs Four-color process with a serigraphy high-gloss varnish Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo, housed in a slipcase € 88.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 125.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-708-4

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Karl Lagerfeld Cassina as Seen by Karl The Italian furniture manufacturing company CASSINA invited Karl Lagerfeld to choose his favorite pieces of furniture for an unusual photographic mise-en-scène: “I had never ‘worked’ on a project like this before. To visually reinterpret examples of perfect design is completely new for me, and therefore stimulating, exciting even“. Under Lagerfeld’s lens, well-known chairs, tables and chaise-longues by Modernist legends such as Le Corbusier, Rietveld, Jeanneret and Perriand condense to their absolute, abstract essence. In his inimitably sleeky but sophisticated photographs, Lagerfeld reveals the form in Formalism. Here, furniture is seen in a rather untypical, decontextualized mode of presentation, detached from its usual environment, isolated and decently lit like a sculpture. The result is a tenderly-chosen compendium of 21 images that cautiously respects the artistic intentions of the designers while at the same time adding up aesthetically. Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer, book dealer and publisher, began working as a photographer in 1987. Lagerfeld has received the Lucky Strike Design Award from the Raymond Lewy Foundation, the Kulturpreis from the German Photographic Society, and the ICP Trustees Award from the International Center of. His book The Little Black Jacket (Steidl 2012) is an international bestseller. The photographs from this series are shown in a world-touring exhibition. Lagerfeld recently published Reklame. Frühe Werbung auf Plakaten, a collector’s box presenting his exquisite poster collection and including reprints of some of the most sought-after reference books regarding early advertisement design.

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Robert Polidori Selected Works Beirut. Tripoli. Havana. Chernobyl. New Orleans. Rio. Amman. Versailles. Over the course of thirty years, Robert Polidori has travelled the world photographing places with names so familiar we feel we know them already. On the occasion of his first museum retrospective in the United States, the artist has selected more than one hundred photographs for this volume that challenge our preconceptions, mining both the accoutrement and the psychology of space for what they tell us—and for what they withhold—about history, memory, identity, and time. The catalogue to this exhibition is now published as a book. Robert Polidori was born in Montréal in 1951 and lives in New York City. His work has been the subject of exhibitions in New York, London, Brazil, Montreal, among other places. He received the World Press Photo Award in 1997, the Alfred Eisenstaedt Award for Magazine Photography in 1999 and 2000, and Communication Arts awards in 2007 and 2008. In 2006, Polidori’s series of photographs of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina was exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His bestselling books Havana (2003), Zones of Exclusion—Pripyat and Chernobyl (2003), After the Flood (2006), Parcours Muséologique Revisité (2009) and Some Points in Between…Up Till Now (2010) are published by Steidl. Selected Works is published on the occasion of his first career retrospective in the United States, exhibited at the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College.

Robert Polidori Selected Works Text by Daniel Strong Book design by Robert Polidori, Sabine Hahn/Steidl Design 228 pages 11.4 × 12.6 in. / 29 × 32 cm 107 photographs Four-color process Hardcover € 48.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-698-8

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Sam Taylor-Johnson Crying Men Crying Men is a series of photographic portraits of famous film actors. Taylor-Johnson makes portraits of her subjects as actors; she shoots them in role, asking each to perform and cry for the camera and demands the actor’s investment in the process. These are no passive sitters. Each of the resulting images is distinct; one actor recalls the hieratic clarity of a Byzantine saint whose tears appear decorative. Other images are of heroic crying where stoic restraint has broken down, there are some that display the voluptuous crying of medieval saints, there are images of cathartic crying, quiet tears of regret and grief, and yet whilst being moved by these intimate revelatory images we simultaneously know that the emotional display is being playacted. Sam Taylor-Johnson’s film and photographic works are distinguished by their subversive creation of enigmatic situations full of latent but explosive energy. The portraits include Tim Roth, Gabriel Byrne, Laurence Fishburne, Woody Harrelson, Michael Gambon, Jude Law, Hayden Christiansen, Ryan Gosling, Robert Downey Jr., Paul Newman, Ed Harris, Benicio Del Toro, Willem Dafoe, and Kris Kristofferson. Sam Taylor-Johnson (formerly Taylor-Wood) is a British artist and filmmaker. Originally a sculptor, she began working in the mediums of photography, film, and video in the early 1990s and was considered a pivotal figure of the YBA movement. Taylor-Johnson has had numerous group and solo exhibitions, including the Venice Biennale (1997), where she won the Illy Café Prize for Most Promising Young Artist. Other important solo shows include the Hayward Gallery (2002) and BALTIC Gateshead (2006). Her first feature as a director was 2009 with the critically acclaimed “Nowhere Boy,” which was based on the life of the adolescent John Lennon and was nominated for 4 BAFTAs including Best British Film and Outstanding Debut for her directorial debut. Taylor-Johnson is now in pre-production on her forthcoming hugely anticipated second feature film, E. L. James’s “Fifty Shades of Grey.”

Sam Taylor-Johnson Crying Men Book design by Miles Murray Sorrell FUEL 56 pages 11.75 × 15 in. / 30 × 38 cm 24 color plates Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 78.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-039-5

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Sam Taylor-Johnson Still Lives One of the leading artists of her generation, Sam Taylor-Johnson is acclaimed for her compelling psychological portraits in photography, film and video. Her work is distinguished by an ironic and subversive use of these media to create enigmatic situations replete with latent but explosive energy. Compulsively examining and dissecting the contemporary psyche and the place of the individual within the social group, she displays the vulnerability and fragility of the human body and self. This publication has been conceived as two books to combine both the traditional elements of a museum catalogue and the vibrant possibilities of an artist’s book. Many of the now familiar images of the artist’s most iconic works are reproduced alongside previously unpublished images from her own archives, including personal, reportage and documentary images. The artist has asked musicians and writers who have inspired her work to contribute text to accompany images of works from the last ten years. Sam Taylor-Johnson (formerly Taylor-Wood) is a British artist and filmmaker. Originally a sculptor, she began working in the mediums of photography, film, and video in the early 1990s and was considered a pivotal figure of the YBA movement. Taylor-Johnson has had numerous group and solo exhibitions, including the Venice Biennale (1997), where she won the Illy Café Prize for Most Promising Young Artist. Other important solo shows include the Hayward Gallery (2002) and BALTIC Gateshead (2006). Her first feature as a director was 2009 with the critically acclaimed “Nowhere Boy,” which was based on the life of the adolescent John Lennon and was nominated for 4 BAFTAs including Best British Film and Outstanding Debut for her directorial debut. Taylor-Johnson is now in pre-production on her forthcoming hugely anticipated second feature film, E. L. James’s “Fifty Shades of Grey.”

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Sam Taylor-Johnson Still Lives

Book 1: 80 pages with 60 color and b/w plates Hardcover Book 2: 112 pages with 100 color and b/w plates Softcover € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-323-5

Texts by Nick Cave, Peter Doroshenko, James Fox, Harland Miller, Rufus Wainwright and Ossian Ward, and an interview with the artist by Annushka Shani Book design by Steidl Design

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Mona Kuhn Private “Nothing ever comes to an end at the desert. Everything is interconnected, from a small particle of dust to the species to the cosmos. There is a dynamic essence of hope simmering all over its thin linear surface. The desert allows me to abandon time and space, it awakens my soul to a vast inner freedom. Within this nudity, and in this sharp light, I search for the suspended points which reconcile us in mysterious ways.” Mona Kuhn For her fifth book with Steidl, Mona Kuhn has entered the heart of the American desert and returned with a sequence of pictures that is seductive, enigmatic and a little unsettling. Private proposes a world in which concrete reality and the imaginary are one. Plants and animals on the edge of survival, sun-drenched landscapes and wind-sculpted earth are intercut with a series of nudes that push Kuhn’s renowned sensitivity to human form into unexpected directions. The result is a book somewhere between the poetry of TS Eliot, the cinema of Robert Altman, and a lucid dream. Mona Kuhn was born in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1969 of German descent and is currently based in Los Angeles. She received her BA from The Ohio State University, before furthering her studies at the San Francisco Art Institute in 1996. She is currently an independent scholar at The Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. Kuhn’s first monograph, Photographs (Steidl 2004), was followed by Evidence (2007), Native (2010), and Bordeaux Series (2011). Her work has been exhibited and/or included, among others, in the collections of The J. Paul Getty Museum, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, The Museum of Photographic Art in San Diego, and The International Center of Photography in NYC. In Europe, her work has been exhibited at the Royal Academy of Art in London, England, at Deichtorhallen in Hamburg, Germany, and the Leopold Museum in Vienna, Austria.

Mona Kuhn Private Photos, text and book design by Mona Kuhn 112 pages 11.7 × 12.2 in. / 29,7 × 31 cm 74 color photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with a dust-jacket € 45.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-709-1

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Jitka Hanzlová Cotton Rose Jitka Hanzlová has traversed contexts, identities and cultures in a quest for the meaning of belonging that lies at the heart of her images. The photographs in Cotton Rose were taken in the Gifu Prefecture of Japan. Hanzlová strongly resisted the long tradition of travel journals written about Japan, showing a foreign and exotic country. Since Jitka Hanzlová defected from the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia in 1982 she has sought to explore her experiences through photography, producing a body of work at once poetic and truthful. Hanzlová’s photography is in constant pursuit of the relationship between the individual and the context in which people live. It scrutinizes the ways in which home and surroundings indelibly shape identity. Drawing on her own life story, Hanzlová’s photographs also speak of a more universal longing for a sense of place. Her photographic voice has always been a muted and gentle mirror of her sympathetic approach. Jitka Hanzlová, born 1958 in the former CSSR /Czech Republic, escaped to Germany in 1982. Between 1987 and 1994 she studied visual communication at Essen University with focus on photography. She has been awarded several photography awards, including the BMW —Paris Photo Prize 2007. Venues for solo exhibitions of her work have included, among others, the Museum Folkwang, Essen, Fotomuseum Winterthur, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Deichtorhallen Hamburg, Fundacion MAPFRE , Madrid, and the National Gallery of Edinburgh.

Jitka Hanzlová Cotton Rose Text by Ulf Erdmann Ziegler Book design by Jitka Hanzlová 112 pages 7.1 × 10 in. / 18 × 25,5 cm 46 photographs Four-color process Hardcover half-linen bound € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-127-3

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Martine Fougeron Teen Tribe A World with Two Sons Teen Tribe is a series of intimate portraits of Martine Fougeron’s two adolescent sons and their tribe of friends growing up in New York and France. Begun in 2005, Fougeron has followed the lives of her sons Nicolas and Adrien from the ages of thirteen and fourteen respectively as they entered adulthood. The book pictures adolescence as a transformative state, caught between childhood and adulthood, between the feminine and masculine, between innocence and burgeoning self-identity. As both mother and photographer, Fougeron combines a tender transparency for her subject with a more distanced view of the world of teenagers. Teen Tribe is a visual diary of her sons’ domestic lives arranged chronologically, capturing the different rites of passage and personal challenges they encounter over time. Inspired by Dutch paintings of domestic scenes, particularly those of Vermeer, as well as by cinematic compositions, Fougeron’s work is both a sensual biography of two boys, and a depiction of the universal process of growing up to which all can relate. Martine Fougeron was born in Paris in 1954 and studied at Wellesley College and l’Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris. For the past sixteen years she has lived with her two sons in New York. After a successful career as creative director of a perfumery, Fougeron turned to photography, studying at the International Center of Photography in New York. Her work on her two sons has been exhibited internationally and is held in major public and private collections including the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Fougeron is a regular contributor to The New Yorker and The New York Times Magazine.

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Martine Fougeron Teen Tribe A World with Two Sons Essay by Lyle Rexer Interview by Robert A. Schafer, Jr. Book design by Martine Fougeron and Gerhard Steidl 144 pages 11 × 9.8 in. / 28 × 25 cm 85 photographs Four-color process Hardcover € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-545-5

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Mauro D’Agati Distrito Federal In December 2012, Mauro D’Agati escaped the Art Basel event at Miami Beach in agony and headed south. Distrito Federal is the outcome of almost two months spent in Mexico City. The book represents a cross section of life in the pitiless Mexican capital, which has one of the highest police officer to resident ratios in the world. Like in Napule Shot, one of his former books, D’Agati tells the city’s story through a variety of characters and locations— wrestlers, weddings, local bands, coroners, and gangs of drugged-up youngsters, the Colonia Centro on the roofs of the city or the degraded Colonia Juarez Pantitlán with the highest crime rate in the country. Distrito Federal unfolds the blunt but sometimes beautiful picture of a society deadened by drugs, violence and constant fight for survival. Mauro D’Agati, born 1968 in Palermo, began working as a professional photographer in 1995, from the outset covering many Sicilian jazz festivals, art and theatrical events. He has contributed to international magazines including Stern, El Pais, Geo, and many Italian magazines such as Internazionale, L’Espresso, Venerdi di Repubblica. Steidl has published Palermo Unsung (2009), Alamar (2010), Napule Shot (2010) and Sit Lux et Lux Fuit (2012).

Mauro D’Agati Distrito Federal Photos, text and book design by Mauro D’Agati 396 pages 11.6. × 8 in. / 29,5 × 20,2 cm 241 color photographs With a 24 page magazine “Alarma!” Four-color process Imitation leather hardcover with a dust-jacket € 68.00 / £ 58.00 / US$ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-722-0

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Gautier Deblonde Atelier Gautier Deblonde has photographed artists’ studios in America, Europe, and Asia for the past eight years. He is particularly drawn to the studio as a subject, capturing the work in progress with all the traces of creation, but without the artists themselves. As documentary photographs, the images are rich in detail—full of sculptures half finished, brushes scattered on the floor, and shelves of inspirational material. Though the artists are conspicuously absent, there’s a lingering sense of their presence, as if magic lies in every tool, waiting to be brought to life. Left alone in the space, it feels as if time stops. Atelier provides a privileged glimpse behind the scenes to the source of artistic creation. Seventy studios have been captured in panorama, including the private spaces of Georg Baselitz, Wim Delvoye, and Ai Weiwei among others. Photographed methodically, the compositions appear together as a meditative study on the studio, leaving the viewer to interpret the artist’s intention and imagine the space come to life. Born and raised in France, Gautier Deblonde moved to London in 1991 to work as a photographer and videographer. His photographs have been exhibited in major museums such as Tate Britain and National Portrait Gallery, London. Recent projects include True North (2009), a series about Svalbard in the High Arctic exhibited at Galerie du Jour Agnès B in Paris, and Still Life: Ron Mueck at Work (2013), a documentary film commissioned by the Fondation Cartier.

Gautier Deblonde Atelier Book design by Pascal Dangin 176 pages 12.5 × 15 in. / 38 × 30,6 cm 70 plates Four-color process Hardcover with acetate dust jacket € 88.00 / £ 78.00 / US$ 98.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-732-9

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Noah Baumbach Frances Ha, A Noah Baumbach Picture Frances Ha is a modern comic fable that captures the trials and tribulations of a young woman trying to make it in New York City. Like an endearing comedy of errors, Frances throws herself headlong into her dreams, even as their possible reality diminishes. Directed by Noah Baumbach, the film is a beautiful homage to classic French cinema, but its character feels quintessentially New York. Capturing the romantic spirit of the film in print, Frances Ha tells the story through moments. Edited down to one frame per scene, the book follows a strict structure laying out 688 stills. When assembled in sequence, the images recreate the story and achieve the same cinematic quality in print. Continuity is key to the structure, as the visual dialogue reveals moments full of expression and arresting honesty. On the printed page, the beautiful black-and-white stills appear timeless and pay homage to the oft forgotten art of cinematography. Noah Baumbach is an Academy Award nominated writer and director whose films include The Squid and the Whale, Margot at the Wedding, and Greenberg, among others.

Noah Baumbach Frances Ha, A Noah Baumbach Picture Edit and book design by Pascal Dangin 784 pages 9 × 11.5 in. / 23 × 29,3 cm 688 frames Duotone process Hardcover with dust jacket € 78.00 / £ 68.00 / US$ 95.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-731-2

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Edward Ruscha Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings Volume 6: 1998–2003 This sixth volume of Edward Ruscha: Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings documents the 227 paintings, and studies for paintings, made between 1998 and 2003. Though a number of these works refer in some degree to Ruscha’s output of the past two decades, the period inaugurates two major series—the “Metro Plots,” which diagram streets in Los Angeles and American cities, and the celebrated “Mountain” paintings. A third series, loosely grouped, takes books as its subject. This period is also notable for the appearance of the first of the “Course of Empire” paintings, with which the artist would represent the United States at the 51st Venice Biennale in 2005. As in previous volumes, included are numerous documentary photographs, a selection of Ruscha’s sketchbook pages, and complete bibliographic references and exhibition histories. Ed Ruscha was born in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1937 and grew up in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He moved to Los Angeles in 1956 and attended Chouinard Art Institute from 1956 to 1960. Since then his work has been exhibited internationally and is represented in major museums and private collections throughout the world. Co-published with Gagosian Gallery, New York

Edward Ruscha Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings Volume 6: 1998–2003 Edited by Robert Dean With an essay by Thomas Crow Book design by Simon Johnston after an original design concept by Bruce Mau Design 570 pages 9.5 × 11.4 in. / 24 × 29 cm Four-color process Clothbound hardcover housed in a slipcase € 165.00 / £ 145.00 / US$ 198.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-740-4

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Richard Serra Early Work This publication focuses on the early work of Richard Serra, one of the most influential artists working today. The works included in this volume represent the beginning of the artist’s innovative, process-oriented experiments with nontraditional materials, such as vulcanized rubber, neon, and lead, in addition to key early examples of his work in steel and a selection of the artist’s films from this period. The interplay of gravity and material that was introduced early in Serra’s career set the stage for his ongoing engagement with the spatial and temporal properties of sculpture. This monograph aims to reconsider the groundbreaking practices and ideas that so firmly situate Serra in the history of 20th-century art. The publication includes a text by Hal Foster, in addition to a selection of archival texts and photographs from the years 1966 to 1972. Richard Serra was born in San Francisco in 1938. Since the 1960’s he has exhibited extensively throughout the world. In addition, Serra has created a number of site-specific sculptures in public and private venues in both North America and Europe. Serra’s books at Steidl include Sculpture 1985–1998 (1999), The Matter of Time (2005), Te Tuhirangi Contour (2005) and Notebooks (2011). He lives in New York and Nova Scotia.

Richard Serra Early Work Text by Hal Foster Includes archival texts and photographs from the years 1966 to 1972 Book design by McCall Associates 340 pages 9.5 × 11.8 in. / 24 × 30 cm 200 photographs Tritone and four-color process Hardcover € 68.00 / £ 54.00 / US$ 88.00 (distributed in North America and Canada by D.A.P.) ISBN 978-3-86930-716-9

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Jim Dine Tools “When I was born, I came home to my grandfather’s house. His name was Morris Cohen. He was my mother’s father. I lived with him for three years until my parents built a small little house and we moved away. But from the time I was born until he died when I was 19, I either spoke to him or saw him every day. He owned a hardware store that catered to plumbers, electricians, woodworkers, contractors. It was an early version of a contractors’ supply store. It was called ‘The Save Supply Company.’ He was a very large man, and he felt he could do anything with his hands. He made tables, he fixed automobiles, he was an electrician, and he was lousy at all of it. But through sheer force of will, he forged ahead.” Jim Dine Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Jim Dine completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at Ohio University 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 Tools Texts by Jim Dine Book design by Jim Dine and Gerhard Steidl 96 pages 11.6 × 12.2 in. / 29,5 × 31 cm 44 black-and-white photographs and 1 color photograph Tritone and four-color process Clothbound hardcover with a dust-jacket € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-647-6

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Al Taylor Pass the Peas and Can Studys This publication focuses on two bodies of work by Al Taylor, Pass the Peas and Can Studys. Although distinctly individual, both of these series examine Taylor’s ongoing explorations of the circle. Instigated by curiosity, the artist studies the inside and outside of circular shapes and investigates their multi-dimensional possibilities. Taylor playfully explores these permutations in his Pass the Peas series from 1991–92. In addition to completing an array of drawings, he used tubular materials such as hula-hoops, garden hose, and plastic-coated cable to create three-dimensional spirals and coils, interlocking loops, and dissected circles that were mounted on the wall, left freestanding, or hung by wires from the ceiling to activate changing perspectives. The artist’s investigations into the infinite possibilities of a circle were further pursued during 1993 in his Can Studys series, when he expanded his “research” by exploring the play of light that would theoretically be reflected off of the exterior—or projected out of the interior of cylindrical forms. This catalogue is published on the occasion of the exhibition Al Taylor: Pass the Peas and Can Studys which took place at David Zwirner, New York, from 7 September to 27 October 2012. Al Taylor was born in Springfield, Missouri, in 1948, and studied at the Kansas City Art Institute. He moved to New York in 1970, where he would continue to live and work until his death in 1999. His work is found in a number of prominent public collections, including The Museum of Modern Art, New York, the National Gallery of Art, Washington, and the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. A retrospective of the artist’s prints opened at the Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, in September 2010, and travelled to the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Humlebæk, Denmark, in spring 2011.

Al Taylor Pass the Peas and Can Studys Text by Klaus Kertess Book design by Yolanda Cuomo Studio, New York City 144 pages 9 × 11.4 in. / 23 × 29 cm 90 images Four-color process Hardcover € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-715-2

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Stan Douglas Stan Douglas Stan Douglas is the third annual publication celebrating the winner of the Scotiabank Photography Award, Canada’s largest contemporary photography award for an established Canadian artist. During the celebrated career of this year’s award winner Stan Douglas (starting in 1983), photography has played a vital role in his artistic development. This publication highlights the significance of the photographic image in the critical and historical reception of Stan Douglas’ approach to art and media. The stories, sites and events that Douglas explores are populist, literate and timely. Frequently, his photographs describe the overlooked histories of cultural identity, displacement and injustice that reveal an uncanny resemblance to present-day events. This is achieved through an insightful attention to photography as both medium and subject. Folding the spectator into the visual culture of memory and oblivion that photographs evoke initiates profound observations about the ubiquity of photography in contemporary culture. The photographs of Stan Douglas affirm the validity and volatility of the photographic medium at this decisive moment in the history of art and photography. Stan Douglas, born in 1960, is a visual artist who lives and works in Vancouver. Since the late 1980s his films, videos and photographs have been seen in exhibitions internationally, including Documentas IX, X and XI and three Venice Biennales (1990, 2001, 2005). Douglas’s work has been the subject of numerous solo exhibitions at prominent institutions worldwide. Major museum collections which hold works by the artist include the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto; Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; The Museum of Modern Art, New York; National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, and the Tate Gallery, London. Stan Douglas is currently Core Faculty in the Graduate Department of the Art Center College of Design in California. Co-published with Scotiabank

Stan Douglas Stan Douglas Texts by Dieter Roelstraete and Robert Bean Book design by Barr Gilmore 228 pages (including two gatefolds) 12 × 9.75 in. / 30,5 × 24,8 cm 159 photographs Four-color process and duotone Hardcover € 65.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 80.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-748-0

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Sharon Ya’ari Leap Toward Yourself “I like being able to observe something over a long period of time, unselfconsciously admiring the complex circumstances by which it had come into being. The images have a story, usually one related to existence and near-extinction.” Sharon Ya’ari This book presents photographs spanning Sharon Ya’ari’s entire creative career, focusing on his recent works. It is published in conjunction with a major exhibition of Ya’ari’s work at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, featuring a comprehensive selection of his photographs. Sharon Ya’ari does not seek unusual moments, special places or unique subjects. His photographs offer an intimate look at the commonplace and familiar, making the viewer take pause and observe closely. He does not depict climactic moments; rather, he stops and photographs things that appear to him along the way, thereby conferring permanence on a particular time and place. Ya’ari’s images summon a multilayered reading, combining local, historical references on the one hand and conceptual references to the medium of photography and to the history of art on the other. Sharon Ya’ari was born in Israel in 1966 and is a photographer based in Tel Aviv. His works are included in the collections of important museums such as the Israel Museum Jerusalem, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, The Jewish Museum, New York, Harvard University (The Schwartz Art Collection), the Herzelya Museum of Art, Israel, and the Ella FontanalsCisneros Collection, and are frequently exposed in museums and galleries worldwide. Co-published with the Tel Aviv Museum of Art Exhibition: Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, 5 November 2013 to 22 March 2014

Sharon Ya’ari Leap Toward Yourself With a preface by Suzanne Landau and an interview with Vered Maimon Texts by Shimon Adaf and Urs Stahel Book design by Michael Gordon 264 pages 8.5 × 10.6 in. / 21,5 × 27 cm 173 photographs Four-color process Hardcover € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-723-7

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Ernst Haas On Set This volume considers the film stills of Ernst Haas, one of the most accomplished photographers of the twentieth century, transgressing the borders between static photography and the moving image. Haas worked with a variety of directors—from Vittorio de Sica to John Huston, Gene Kelly and Michael Cimino—covering movie genres from suspense (The Third Man; The Train) to the Western (The Oregon Trail; Little Big Man), and from comedy (Miracle in Milan; Love and Death) to musicals (West Side Story; Hello Dolly). While the photographic reference system known as the film still has existed since the birth of cinema, inherent to the genre are precisely those parameters that are essential qualities of Haas’ photography, and which interact in a striking manner with his images made independently of film. On the one hand, we find photographs documenting shoots and depictions of individual scenes. On the other hand, it is Haas’ clear ambition to inscribe a temporal dimension into these images; to impose filmic principles into the stills which, viewed in a sequence, generate movement and narrative. Indeed, so great was his mastery of color, light, and motion that Haas was frequently called upon to photograph large group actions—from the battle scenes of Charge of the Light Brigade and the dances of West Side Story to the ski-slopes of Downhill Racer. While adding a fascinating new take on the sets and the stars he photographed, Ernst Haas’ On Set will also introduce readers to a little-known but crucial dimension in the work of this celebrated photographer. Ernst Haas was born in Vienna in 1921 and took up photography after World War II. His early work on returning Austrian prisoners of war brought him to the attention of Life Magazine, from which he courageously declined a job as staff photographer in order to maintain his independence. At the invitation of Robert Capa, Haas joined Magnum in 1949, developing close associations with Capa, Werner Bishof and Henri Cartier-Bresson. He began experimenting with color, and went on to become the premier color photographer of the 1950s. In 1962 New York’s Museum of Modern Art mounted its first solo exhibition of his color photography. Haas’ books were legion, with The Creation (1971) selling 350.000 copies. Ernst Haas received the Hasselblad Award in 1986, the year of his death.

Ernst Haas On Set Edited and with an introduction by John P. Jacob Essay by Walter Moser Book design by John P. Jacob and Bernard Fischer / Steidl Design 424 pages 9.8 × 9.8 in. / 25 × 25 cm 420 photographs Four-color process Hardcover housed in a sleeve € 68.00 / £ 58.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-587-5

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Håkan Ludwigson Balls and Bulldust “They come here for the cowboy romance, but after months in the heat and dust they give up. Some might stay for a couple of seasons.” A Northern Territory station manager Balls and Bulldust is a rich collection of images that explores life and work among the cattlemen in the Northern Territory in Australia. It is not another cowboy story, rather one about men and women working very hard, and seeking some kind of solitude and sense of space in the midst of harsh conditions. For some, life in Australia’s outback is a life-long routine. The young are attracted by its romanticism, which is—more often than not—shattered by reality’s hardships. The red dust covering this vast scrubby landscape and filling the air is prevalent in Ludwigson’s images. Days can be blistering hot and temperatures at nights may sometimes fall below zero. People sleep on “swags” on the ground for weeks. The food is drab and the men are in their saddles twelve hours a day mustering herds of cattle, branding and castrating young bulls. Håkan Ludwigson, who is one of the world’s leading commercial photographers, spent three months with the cattlemen of the Australian outback early in his career, and returned to his native Sweden with a body of work that became Balls and Bulldust in 2012. The work was first exhibited at Strandverket Konsthall on Marstrand in Sweden in 2012. The exhibition was curated by Hasse Persson. Håkan Ludwigson was born on the Swedish west coast in the small town of Vänersborg where he started his career as a press photographer at the local newspaper in 1965. He later made a name for himself through magazine work for European publications and advertising assignments for leading car companies, mixed with personal projects. In 1988 Ludwigson became a contract photographer for Condé Nast Traveler in New York. Today he is seen as one of the most versatile photographic artists at the magazine with a personal vision that has earned him followers all over the world.

Håkan Ludwigson Balls and Bulldust Texts by Håkan Ludwigson, Hasse Persson and Glen McLaren Book design by Andrew Cowie / C52 graphic design ab 270 pages 11.8 × 11.8 in. / 29,5 × 29,5 cm 170 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo € 68.00 / £ 58.00 / US$ 78.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-707-7

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François-Marie Banier Never stop dancing “People are like letters of a secret alphabet. There is a secret within them, a treasure they always carry with them. A person’s character, this tiny little thing that lets them stand out profoundly, cannot be better embraced than with a photographic portrait.” François-Marie Banier The distinctive iconography of François-Marie Banier’s latest body of work, Never stop dancing, stems from his unconditional interest in every single subject. Predominantly shot in Paris, New York, Brazil and Africa within the last couple of years, this book celebrates the good old days of analogue photography as much as human beings in all their diversity. Banier’s dictum that “everybody is a piece of art” has materialized in this volume glooming in neatly printed black and white. François-Marie Banier was born in Paris in 1947. A novelist and playwright, he has also been taking photographs of public figures and anonymous people in the street since the 1970s. In 1991, the Centre Pompidou in Paris exhibited his photographic works for the first time, and further exhibitions have since been organized throughout Europe, in Asia and in America. The Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris presented a retrospective in 2003, exhibiting his “written” and “painted” photographs for the first time. He lives and works in Paris.

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Book design by Gerhard Steidl 160 pages 9.5 × 13 in. / 24 × 33 cm 140 photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-577-6

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Martin d’Orgeval Découpages In Martin d’Orgeval’s fifth monograph, Découpages, the land lies dry, bleak and deserted. No humans pass through this almost phantasmal and blurred terra incognita, captured in mellow black and white. However, the young Frenchman does not present nightmarish sceneries in his imaginary country. It is just his unmitigated attention to shapes and shades, lines and surfaces that challenges our ingrained viewing habits. Embedded in d’Orgeval’s clean but warm encounter with the world’s objects, the reader embarks on an exceptional and touching journey to an unknown territory. Through documentary style, in reshaping the landscape into natural processed drawings and “decoupages” (cut-outs), d’Orgeval rediscovers what William Henry Fox Talbot, the English inventor of photography, coined The Pencil of Nature, his famous book from 1844–46, and gives this concept a new existence. Martin d’Orgeval was born in 1973 in Paris, where he still lives and works. His work has been exhibited in France, USA, England, Germany, Italy and China, in particular at Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris; Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris; Villa Oppenheim, Berlin; Museo Archeologico Nazionale, Naples; Galerie Hussenot, Paris; Adamson Gallery, Washington; Pace Gallery, Beijing. Découpages is d’Orgeval’s fourth book with Steidl.

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DÉC O U PA G E S Text by Martin d’Orgeval Book design by Martin d’Orgeval 64 pages 9 × 11 in. / 23 × 28 cm 31 photographs Tritone Hardcover € 38.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-579-0

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Khalid Bin Hamad Bin Ahmad Al-Thani Here is My Secret Much of Qatar appears to be a desert stretching in all directions—a seemingly lifeless landscape of low, barren sand plains and rolling dunes. Yet within this desolateness are signs of life and things of beauty which Al-Thani—who has perhaps examined the Qatari landscape more closely than any other photographer—reveals for the first time to an international audience. The photos in Here is My Secret were taken in 2008 and 2009, when Al-Thani traversed Qatar, his only companions a Toyota four-wheel drive and his Leica camera. Eschewing human change on the landscape, Here is My Secret is a poetic contemplation on nature and an illustration of the larger cultural transformation that Qatar is currently undergoing. Khalid Bin Hamad Bin Ahmad Al-Thani, born in 1980 in Doha, describes photography as a “language without subtitles” and his project is to establish a unique and authentic Qatari photographic language. With a degree in business from Qatar University, Al-Thani has now focused his attention on the Qatari desert, his ambition being to reveal its unacknowledged beauty to the general public.

Khalid Bin Hamad Bin Ahmad Al-Thani Here is My Secret Foreword by His Highness Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Emir of Qatar Book design by Khalid Bin Hamad Bin Ahmad Al-Thani, Duncan Whyte, and Gerhard Steidl 120 pages 11.6 × 8.9 in. / 29,5 × 22,5 cm 82 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 38.00 / £ 29.80 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-344-4

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Aline Diépois and Thomas Gizolme Abstrakt Zermatt In the valleys, from the high summits that surround Zermatt, the gigantic movement of the glacier is frozen, like an irreversible snapshot. Here, the seasons pass one after the other, but have no power over a history that has fallen to pieces. The rare human silhouettes and color are incorporated into this immobile flux like annexes to the autarkic oxygen of Zermatt as a place. The imprint of plants appears to be mineral and gigantic, the summits and perspectives are turned upside down, the immobility of stone and ice resembles a fossilized tumult, a flow of ages. The almost total effacing of intention in these photographs lets other things appear—as if by imposition—in the glacial mist or the pastel intoxicated by altitude: a form of nature in which texture and matter take on the aspect of puzzles, fractals, the interweaving of crystals and of gypsum. These ups and downs of mute logic and unthought-of mirror-games have laid down their principles for the composition of a book, reinforcing this choice by using over-aged rolls of film whose texture, matured by the coldness of wintry mountains, has worked alone, with its specifically intimate process. Since the image has been captured in this form of withdrawal, its pictorial force comes across as a natural element: a contemplated, integral secret. Aline Diépois and Thomas Gizolme live and work together in Paris. Both artistic directors and photographers, they share their time between advertising or editorial commissions and personal projects. Their first book, Dust Book, was released by Steidl in 2009.

Aline Diépois and Thomas Gizolme Abstrakt Zermatt Book design by Aline Diépois and Thomas Gizolme 96 pages 9 × 11.8 in. / 23 × 30 cm 73 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-580-6

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Nicolas Faure Heavenwards Engel sind im Bild Heavenwards is Nicolas Faure’s answer to Rainer Maria Rilke’s question in the first Duino Elegy (1912): “Who, if I cried out, would hear me among the Angelic Orders?” At first sight Faure’s photographs seem to show nothing but forests, rivers and light, but in each picture there is something hiding—a human being, an animal or perhaps even an angel as the book’s subtitle suggests. In Rilke’s words, “Perhaps there remains some tree on a slope that we can see again each day: there remains to us yesterday’s street, and the thinned-out loyalty of a habit that liked us, and so stayed, and never departed.” Nicolas Faure was born in Switzerland in 1949 and since 2000 has taught at the Ecole cantonale d’art in Lausanne. A self-taught artist, Faure has exhibited and published widely; Steidl released his Landscape A in 2006.

Nicolas Faure Heavenwards Engel sind im Bild Text by André Vladimir Heiz Book design by Nicolas Faure, François Rappo and Gerhard Steidl 96 pages 13.8 × 10.9 in. / 35 × 27,8 cm 44 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover € 58.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-126-6

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Gleb Kosorukov Heroes of Labour or 100 from the Stakhanov mine “In some ways miners are modern saints. They know that one day they might not come back from the mine. Responsible for civilization’s biggest energy resource, their job is to some extent a sacrifice in the name of humankind.” Gleb Kosorukov On 31 August 1935 Alexej Stakhanov, a jackhammer operator at Central-Irmino coal mine, mined a record 102 tonnes of coal in 5 hours and 45 minutes (14 times his daily quota). The launch of an unprecedented state-run campaign for popularising extraordinary labour achievements made Stakhanov a Soviet hero par excellence. Soon after, his portrait appeared on the cover of Time Magazine. For the first time ever a worker was elevated to worldwide fame for his performance at work. Since then the term “Stakhanovism” has defined ecstatic labour and over-accomplishment at work as a form of heroism. On the 74th anniversary of Stakhanov’s achievement, Gleb Kosorukov began a photographic research project on the identity of modern miners as an archetype of the working class, affected by the changing value of material labour and decline of social justice. He took 100 portraits of miners during shift changes at the biggest mine in Europe, located in Eastern Ukraine, which bears the name of Stakhanov. Due to the neoliberal pressure of global capitalism and the radical changes in the nature of the labour market, Ukrainian mines are closing apace, more than 100,000 miners stand to loose their jobs within the next five years. Gleb Kosorukov’s work is an attempt to examine what is left of the miner-myth in the image of the worker-heroes of today. Gleb Kosorukov was born in a closed city—a secret scientific centre for strategic nuclear research in Urals, Russia. After completing a degree in nuclear physics at the National Research Nuclear Physics University in Moscow, he worked as a photographic journalist, covering Russia’s transition period for The New York Times and The Guardian. In 2000 he moved to Paris where he worked shooting fashion editorials. Currently, his multimedia art and documentary projects occupy all of his time.

Gleb Kosorukov Heroes of Labour or 100 from the Stakhanov mine Text by Gleb Kosorukov Book design by Gleb Kosorukov and Gerhard Steidl 192 pages 9.5 × 13 in. / 24 × 33 cm 100 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 68.00 / £ 58.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-689-6

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Koto Bolofo and Claudia Van Ryssen-Bolofo The Prison Having left South Africa at the age of four as a political refugee with his parents, photographer Koto Bolofo returned to his home country with his wife in 1992, two years after Nelson Mandela had been released from prison. Bolofo got free access to the notorious and by now deserted prison of Robben Island, where Mandela had been held for the majority of the twenty-seven years of his confinement in a cell of barely 6 square metres in Section B. The photographer and his wife eagerly began documenting the site’s abandoned interiors and surroundings, dreading the prison’s potential closure. It was converted into a well-frequented museum in 1997 and included on the World Heritage List by UNESCO in 1999. The black-and-white photographs of this volume conspicuously favor close-up depictions of details as opposed to general views: leftover items, barbed wire fences, spacious dormitories viewed through a spyhole, the key in the lock to Mandela’s cell which is so tiny it cannot be taken as a whole—all this is conveying the gloomy sense of claustrophobia and suppression that characterise the place. The camera is constantly searching for the few rays of light that penetrate the ubiquitous grimness and silence of cruelty. Koto Bolofo was born in South Africa in 1959 and raised in Great Britain. Bolofo has photographed for magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair and GQ and made short films for the Berlinale and the Venice Film Festival. 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 Lord Snowdon, Dreams, Horse Power, Venus Williams, I Spy with my Little Eye, Something beginning with S, Vroom! Vroom!, La Maison and Grande Complication.

Koto Bolofo and Claudia Van Ryssen-Bolofo The Prison Text by Kristine Miller Guest and Koto Bolofo Book design by Koto Bolofo, Rukminee Guha Thakurta, Gerhard Steidl and Sabine Hahn/Steidl Design 288 pages 11.4 × 14.5 in. / 29 × 37 cm 105 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-600-1

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Koto Bolofo Rolls-Royce Rolls-Royce, a world-renowned iconic brand and symbol of all that is British, Koto Bolofo goes behind the scenes and examines in minute detail the making of the car that is the first choice of film stars and heads of state. Given carte blanche by Rolls-Royce, Koto photodocuments the painstaking craftsmanship that goes into the creation of these superlative vehicles. Beautifully portraying the use of technology in this state-of-the-art manufacturing plant which still puts a heavy emphasis on artisan crafts. This visual diary pays tribute to Rolls-Royce and stays true to the words of Sir Henry Royce, “Strive for perfection in everything you do.” Koto Bolofo’s keen eye for detail and ability to see beyond the obvious, creatively captures the construction of these magnificent cars in a way that can only be described as perfection. Koto Bolofo was born in South Africa in 1959 and raised in Great Britain. Bolofo has photographed for magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair and GQ and made short films for the Berlinale and the Venice Film Festival. He has created advertising campaigns for companies including Hermès, Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton and Dom Pérignon. Bolofo lives in the Vendée, France, and his books with Steidl include Lord Snowdon, Dreams, Horse Power, Venus Williams, I Spy with my Little Eye, Something beginning with S, Vroom! Vroom!, La Maison and Grande Complication.

Koto Bolofo Rolls-Royce Book design by Koto Bolofo, Gerhard Steidl and Sabine Hahn/Steidl Design 208 pages 11.4 × 14.6 in. / 29 × 37 cm 181 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo € 78.00 / £ 65.00 / US$ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-645-2

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Hans van der Meer European Fields: The Landscape of Lower League Football At the beginning of the 1995 football season, Hans van der Meer set out to take a series of football photographs that avoided the clichéd traditions of modern sports photography. In an attempt to record the game in its original form—a field, two goals and 22 players—he sought matches at the bottom end of the amateur leagues, the opposite end of the scale to the Champions’ League. And he avoided the enclosed environment of the stadium and tight telescopic details and hyperbole of action photography. Preferring neutral lighting, framing and camera angles, he chose instead to pull back from the central subject of the pitch, locating the playing field and its unfolding action within a specific landscape and context. He was heavily influenced by the old tradition of photography in which a wide view of the action often resulted in elements of the locality being present in the image. Van der Meer began by focusing on sites within the Netherlands and in 1998 he published Dutch Fields, followed by a DVD, Flemish Fields, in 2000. His European odyssey has since taken him from small towns in the remote regions of Europe—from Bihariain in Romania to Björkö in Sweden, from Torp in Norway to Alcsóörs in Hungary, from Bartkowo in Poland to Beire in Portugal—and to the fringes of the major conurbations of Greece, Finland, England, France, Germany, Scotland, Switzerland, Holland, Slovakia, Denmark, Ireland, Wales, the Czech Republic, Belgium, Spain and Italy. These acute and subtle observations of the poetry and absurdity of human behavior connect the game of football to the basic futility of the human condition. The small tragicomedies are dwarfed by the serenity and permanence of the natural or manmade world that surrounds them but in their pathos can be found the original passion and humanity of the game. Hans van der Meer was born in Leimuiden in the Netherlands in 1955. He has published numerous books. His work is included in major international collections and he has had solo exhibitions in venues such as the National Museum for Photography, Film and Television in the UK, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, the Centro Português de Fotografia, Porto, National Museum of Modern Art in Kyoto. He is a contributing editor of Useful Photography.

Hans van der Meer European Fields: The Landscape of Lower League Football Essay by Simon Kuper Edited by Hans van der Meer and Michael Mack Designed by Hans van der Meer and Catherine Lutman 176 pages 10.5 × 15 in. / 26,8 × 38 cm 87 photographs Four-color process Hardcover € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-767-1

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Nouhad Makdissi (ed.) Beirut Mission. Photos 2009–2011 In 1991, Gabriele Basilico and Fouad Elkoury were part of a group of six international photographers on a mission to Beirut city centre at the end of the Lebanon war. Beirut was put on the international photography map thanks to these pictures. In 2008, Fouad Elkoury proposed a new mission. With Beirut going through a unique period of change, it was essential to document the urban development by producing a photographic archive of quality, revealing the mission of Beirut itself as “one of the world’s most complex, legendary, ever-vibrant, ever-troubled cities.” Four photographers were selected to compile Beirut Mission, according to complementarities in their approach and experience. Fouad Elkoury and Klavdij Sluban were invited in 2009 and again in 2010; Robert Polidori came in 2010, and Gabriele Basilico in 2011. Gabriele Basilico, born in Milan in 1944, began working as a photographer in 1973 focussing on city and urban landscapes and went to Beirut for the first time right after the war in 1991 to take part in a photographic mission. His works were exhibited around the world, as e.g. at Venice Biennale in 1996, 2007 and 2012, at the Stedelijk Museum in 2000 and at the San Francisco MoMa in 2008. He died in early 2013. Fouad Elkoury was born in Paris in 1952. He began his artistic career photographing Beirut during the civil war. In 1997 Elkoury co-founded the Arab Image Foundation in Beirut, which archives and promotes photography from the surrounding region. He has exhibited extensively, e.g. at the MEP in Paris and the Venice Biennale. Robert Polidori was born in Montreal in 1951 and lives in New York City. His work has been the subject of exhibitions in New York, London, Brazil, Montreal, among other places. In 2006, Polidori’s series of photographs of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina was exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He published several books with Steidl. Klavdij Sluban was born in Paris in 1963. He has worked as a photographer since 1992 and focussed on projects about teenagers and young prisoners in different parts of the world. Sluban has held exhibitions at the Centre Pompidou and the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris.

Co-published with Solidere, Beirut Nouhad Makdissi (ed.) Beirut Mission. Photos 2009–2011 Texts by Nouhad Makdissi Book design by Gerhard Steidl and Sabine Hahn

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Domingo Milella Domingo Milella “It’s hard to talk about photography without facing issues of time, memory and death—not as stereotypical archetypes, but as challenging and malleable entities of culture and nature.” Domingo Milella This first published monograph by Domingo Milella is a photographic journey from his hometown in the outskirts of Bari in southern Italy, taking us to Mexico City, Cairo, Ankara, Anatolia, Sicily, Tunisia, and as far as Mesopotamia. Milella’s subject is cities and their borders, cemeteries and villages, caves and homes, tombs and hieroglyphs—in short, signs of man’s presence on earth. His interest is the overlap between civilisation and nature, and how landscape and architecture are invested with individual and collective memory. These photographs emerge from and challenge classical ideas of landscape in art history, and seek an alternative iconography in which an almost forgotten past coexists with the present. Says Milella: “Making images doesn’t only mean documenting or taking photographs. It’s also a possibility for contemplation and recollection. Building an image of the past is to face the present, and activate the possibility of the future.” Domingo Milella was born in 1981 in Bari, Italy, and today divides his time between his hometown and New York. At the age of eighteen Milella moved to New York to study photography at the School of Visual Arts (BFA 2005), where Stephen Shore was one of his teachers. Milella has worked with Massimo Vitali, and Thomas Struth has been an influential mentor. Since 2001, he has been developing his landscape project. Milella has exhibited at Brancolini Grimaldi (Rome and London), Tracy Williams, Ltd. (New York), Foam Photography Museum (Amsterdam), the Venice Biennale and Les Rencontres d’Arles. Exhibition: Tracy Williams, Ltd., New York, 1 November to 21 December 2013

Domingo Milella Domingo Milella Essay by Francesco Zanot Book design by Domingo Milella and Gerhard Steidl 84 pages 14.3 × 11.3 in. / 36,4 × 28,8 cm 55 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 78.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-487-8

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Noah Purifoy High Desert “A Note to the Viewer This book is divided into three separate parts: The photographs, the photographic chronology and the text. The advantages of this format is to give you, the viewer, at least three options. You can proceed chronologically from the beginning of the book to the end, thereby grasping the artist’s full intent to inform, entertain and intrigue. Or you may casually thumb through the book spotting only those details that give meaning to each piece. Or you may flip the pages rapidly just to get a bird’s eye view of the content. Or perhaps, you may discover some aspects of the book that we overlooked altogether. Nevertheless no matter what option a viewer chooses to take, it is our desire that each of you get so close to the piece that you see the smoke from its breath as it comes alive.” Noah Purifoy, April 1997 Born in Snow Hill, Alabama, in 1917, sculptor Noah Purifoy lived and worked most of his life in Los Angeles and Joshua Tree, California, where he died in 2004. First director of the Watts Towers Art Center in the 1960s, Purifoy dedicated himself to the found object—creating artwork made entirely from junked materials—and to using art as a tool for social change. In 1989, Purifoy moved his practice to the Mojave Desert, creating a ten-acre Outdoor Desert Art Museum of Assemblage Sculpture on the desert floor. The Noah Purifoy Foundation maintains and preserves Purifoy’s museum and legacy. Recent group exhibitions include Pacific Standard Time: Crosscurrents in Painting and Sculpture: 1950–1970, J. Paul Getty Museum; Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960–1980, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, and MoMA PS1, New York; and Civic Virtue: The Impact of the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery and the Watts Towers Arts Center, Watts Towers Art Center, Los Angeles. In Spring 2015, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) will present a traveling Noah Purifoy Retrospective.

Sleeve Noah Purifoy High Desert Text by Noah Purifoy Book concept and text by Noah Purifoy Book 1: 160 pages Book 2: 16 pages Book 3: 24 pages

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Nicolas Pages and Benoît Peverelli (eds.) Balthus—The Last Studies “For every painting involving a model, I organise a photo session preceding the work. As I don’t see well enough anymore in order to draw I help myself with polaroid ‘sketches.’ Thus, everything begins with a struggle with the camera as I obviously don’t master its technique … Then we try out different poses.” Balthus Balthus—The Last Studies is an undisclosed corpus of nearly two thousand photographs produced during the last ten years of the painter’s life. They are the preliminary studies for his last three major paintings. His hands incapacitated by old age, Balthus resorted to the camera as a sort of prosthesis, at once eye, hand and pencil, thus reassuming the mysterious ritual of sketching, for him the one and only way to approach and define the mental image from which the painting’s composition would proceed. As a substitute for drawing, these never before seen photographs fully participate in the slow, painstaking practice which had been Balthus’s for nearly a century. As such, they give a major insight into the painter’s endless quest of beauty. Balthus was born in Paris in 1908 as Balthazar Kłossowski de Rola. The godson of Reiner Maria Rilke—who also gave him his artist’s name—, he was patronised by the same from his early age. Although an outsider to the different trends and currents of his contemporaries, he quickly established himself as a major artist. From 1961 to 1976 he was the director of the Villa Medici in Rome. Balthus died on 18 February 2001 at The Grand Chalet in Rossinière, Switzerland.

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Two clothbound hardcover books housed in a handmade, clothbound box Limited edition of 1,000 sets for trade and 500 archive copies € 480.00 / £ 400.00 / US$ 610.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-685-8

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Punk City (Venezia / Italy, 2012)

Fledermaus (Venezia / Italy, 2012)

Leiermann (Venezia / Italy, since 2010)

Disportraits (Milano–Torino / Italy 2008-2009)

Das MeisterstĂźck (worldwide, since 2007)

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Germano Celant (ed.) Matthias Schaller Matthias Schaller is a retrospective of Schaller’s photography in book form, presenting all his major bodies of work from the last thirteen years such as the series “Studio Gursky” (2000), documenting Andreas Gursky’s Düsseldorf studio; “Die Mühle” (2001–02), showing the studio-home of Bernd and Hilla Becher; the private offices of the government of the catholic church (Roman Curia) in “Purple Desk” (2004-2008), paint palettes of the most renown painters of the last 200 years in “Das Meisterstück” (since 2007); “Controfacciata” (2008), color-drained images of the interiors of Venetian palaces. Further his works on astronaut suits “Disportraits” (2008-2009), Venetian mirrors “Leiermann” (since 2010), radar images taken in the Gran Canal in “Fledermaus” (2012) and photographs from vinyl records of Punk music between 1976 and 1978 in “Punk City” (2012). Presenting thumbnail images of all these series and a bibliography, this book is the perfect entry-point to Schaller’s oeuvre and a comprehensive summary of it. Matthias Schaller was born in Dillingen/Donau, Germany, in 1965, and today lives in Venice/Italy and New York City. Schaller studied cultural anthropology in Göttingen, Hamburg and Siena. He was a DAAD fellow in Rome and has exhibited internationally in solo shows at institutions including Fondazione Giorgio Cini, Biennale d’Arte in Venice, the Picasso Museum in Münster, and Museu de Arte Moderna in Rio de Janeiro. Steidl has published Schaller’s The Mill (2007), Controfacciata (2008) and Purple Desk (2009). Germano Celant is an internationally acclaimed author and curator acknowledged for his theories on Arte Povera. Celant has curated numerous exhibitions at many of the world’s most prominent institutions, and has authored hundreds of publications, both books and catalogues. He is currently director of Fondazione Prada in Milan, curator of Fondazione Aldo Rossi in Milan and curator of Fondazione Emilio and Annabianca Vedova in Venice. In 2013, Celant received the Agnes Gund Curatorial Award.

Germano Celant (ed.) Matthias Schaller Text by Germano Celant Book design by Dario Zannier 386 pages 9.6 × 13 in. / 24,5 × 33 cm 574 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 65.00 / £ 54.00 / US$ 78.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-323-9

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Jock Sturges Fanny “Central to my work in photography is the notion that the more one knows, generally about life and art and more specifically about who the person before your camera is, the better are your chances of winning through to successful work. Learning what is significant takes time. Truth is shy.” Jock Sturges Fanny is an extended portrait of a young girl’s transition from child to woman. Made over a period of 23 years, the images are at once beautiful in their detail of light and identity and also frankly anthropological in their descriptive effect. A naturist since birth, Fanny’s comfort with nudity and her natural self has allowed Sturges to draw an engaging portrait of the evolution of a human being with few social distractions. His access to the girl’s and woman’s character is direct and fascinating. Long known for his extended portraits of children and adolescents, this work is strong evidence of Sturges’ permanent commitment to the people in his work. Jock Sturges is a fine art photographer living in Seattle, Washington. His work is included in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris and the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt/Germany. His published works include The Last Day of Summer (1992), Radiant Identities (1994), 25 Years (1994), Evolutions of Grace (1994), Jock Sturges (1996), Jock Sturges—New Work 1996–2000 (2000), Notes (2005) and Mit Jock Sturges Familiär (2012).

Jock Sturges Fanny Edited with Walter Keller Introduction by Walter Keller Book design by Jock Sturges and Bernard Fischer 200 pages 14.3 × 11.3 in. / 36,4 × 28,7 cm 139 black-and-white and 31 color photographs Tritone and four-color process Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 80.00 / £ 65.00 / US$ 95.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-694-0

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Simon Starling

Roni Horn

Ai Weiwei

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Jason Schmidt Artists II Artists II is the second volume of Jason Schmidt’s ongoing photographic documentation of today’s most significant artists. From young to old, emerging to career-peaking, world-famous or as-of-yet-known, the creative forces that the New York-based photographer has managed to capture over a period of 12 years has come to serve as perhaps the most incisive look into the art world as it stands today. Artists II captures  166 artists, including John Baldessari, Ai Weiwei, Glenn Ligon and Cindy Sherman, in their studios or work environments and the resultant images reveal the context in which the art was made or conceived and the artists in their most intimate moment—in the process of creation. A text by each artist in their own words accompanies each photograph: some are literal descriptions of the encounter, others are poetic or enigmatic; each is a window into their artistic methods and perspectives. The strength of this artists series lies not solely in its individual compositions but in its value as a comprehensive archive of contemporary artistic practice. Situated between portraiture and landscape, Schmidt’s photographs show art and artist in a constant moment of transformation.   Jason Schmidt was born in 1969 in New York, and graduated from Columbia University in 1991 with a degree in art history. His photographs have been exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles), The Martin Z. Marguiles Collection (Miami), Deitch Projects (New York), and elsewhere. Schmidt’s photographs have appeared in The New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, The New Yorker, and V Magazine, among others. Schmidt lives and works in New York City. Edition 7L published Schmidt’s Artists in 2007.

Jason Schmidt Artists II Edited by Alix Browne and Christopher Bollen Texts by Jason Schmidt and various artists Book design by Greg Foley, Pierre Consorti, Zachary Ohlman 180 pages 11.7 × 11.8 in. / 29,7 × 30 cm 166 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 70.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-632-2

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Sébastien Lifshitz AMATEUR “Those amateur images slipped out of family albums to randomly go out into the world, offering themselves to those who care to take them on, made me realize what really fascinates me about photography: the longevity of its traces, the manifestation of forgotten lives. In his book Camera Lucida, Roland Barthes called it the ‘that-has-been.’ I hold the proof of those people’s existence in my hands.” Sébastien Lifshitz Amateur consists of four volumes and unites a vast collection of amateur photographs assembled by filmmaker Sébastien Lifshitz over the last twenty years. Found on, flea markets all over the world and in photo galleries or on the net, they are divided into four themes: the uncanny, empty places, blurs and beachsides. Every volume revolves around one of those recurring themes, playing with the different frames, the changes of light, movement and subject in order to create an immense poetic collage. Sébastien Lifshitz was born in Paris in 1968. After studying art history, he began working in the world of contemporary art in 1990, assisting curator Bernard Blistène at the Centre Pompidou, and photographer Suzanne Lafont. In 1994, he turned to filmmaking with equal attention to fiction and documentary. His films received numerous awards such as the Prix Jean Vigo and the Kodak Award, twice the Berlin Film Festival’s Teddy, and the Cesar 2013 for his last feature “The Invisibles.” Sébastien Lifshitz has just finished the documentary film “Bambi” which was selected at the Berlinale 2013.

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Robert Voit New Trees Robert Voit has discovered a new species of plant that he calls “new trees”—cellular phone antennae of steel, fibreglass and plastic, camouflaged as trees. This unusual new life form can be found all over the world. There are pine trees, palm trees, cypresses, cacti and various deciduous trees. Some are in the desert or in newly planted forests; others are in fields and parking lots, next to highways and in housing developments. Voit has photographed these trees in the US, South Africa and Europe, creating a peculiar arboretum where reality and illusion are blurred. Robert Voit, born in Erlangen in 1969, lives in Munich. He studied under Gerd Winner at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and under Thomas Ruff at the Düsseldorf Art Academy. Voit has exhibited at the Fotomuseum and Haus der Kunst in Munich, at the Nuremberg Kunsthalle and at the Deichtorhallen in Hamburg, among other institutions.

Robert Voit New Trees Text by Christoph Schaden Book design by Robert Voit and Gerhard Steidl 152 pages 10 × 12.2 in. / 25,5 × 31,1 cm 67 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover € 58.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-825-4

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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

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Harf Zimmermann BRAND WAND “Though these pictures appear like magnificent modern paintings, they are in fact a deeper unconscious social artistic expression of an urban re-development that historical events since the Gründerzeit have fermented and brought to the surface.” Robert Polidori The soaring, rigid walls of the tenement blocks torn open by the bombing of World War II dominated the German streetscapes of the 1950s. Fire walls, originally integrated in the building and serving as fire shields, suddenly became visible and turned into outer walls. That is how the originally rather technical term got a new meaning: Firewalls as walls spared by the fire. Those long brick walls often adjoin to vast vacant lots once taken up by buildings that were never reerected after the war. Windows—sometimes bricked up again—cover the walls without any rational order, bearing witness to the troublesome moments of Germany’s history, just like smut, traces of bullets, shrapnel holes, the outlines of previous buildings, and provisional repairs. The remarkable housing boom following the fall of East Germany whitewashed most of the scars and overgrew the occasional graffiti and advertisements originally decorating those walls. A look behind them reveals—like a negative form of the same cast—the imprint of the building’s story. Harf Zimmermann was born in Dresden, Germany, in 1955 and grew up in East Berlin. He studied journalism and later photography with Arno Fischer at the HGB in Leipzig. In 1990, he co-founded the photo-agency Ostkreuz in Berlin. Zimmermann works for international magazines and industry and is based in Berlin.

Harf Zimmermann BRAND WAND Texts by Robert Polidori and Harf Zimmermann Book design by Harf Zimmermann and Sabine Hahn / Steidl Design 128 pages 14.8 × 11.7 in. / 37,5 × 29,6 cm 74 photographs Four-color process Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 78.00 / £ 65.00 / US$ 98.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-628-5

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Abbott, Berenice Documenting Science Clothbound hardcover with a tippedin photo 29,5 × 31 cm, 180 pp 93 photographs, tritone € 48.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-431-1

Abbott, Berenice The Unknown Berenice Abbott 5 clothbound hardcover books in a handmade slipcase 29,5 × 31,5 cm, 1117 pp Tritone and four-color process € 285.00 / £ 240.00 / $ 350.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-650-6

A-chan Off Beat Otabind softcover 19 × 24 cm, 64 pp 45 photographs, tritone € 20.00 / £ 16.00 / US$ 25.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-416-8

A-chan Vibrant Home Otabind softcover 23,5 × 28 cm, 104 pp 68 color photographs € 20.00 / £ 16.00 / US$ 25.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-415-1

Achermann, Beda Big Time—Männervogue, 1984–1989 Softcover in a slipcase 26,3 × 35 cm, 384 pp 300 photographs, four-color process € 65.00 / £ 54.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-638-4

Adams, Bryan Exposed Clothbound hardcover 24,9 × 33,3 cm, 304 pp Tritone and four-color process € 68.00 / £ 54.00 / $ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-500-4

Adams, Bryan Wounded: The Legacy of War Clothbound hardcover 23,9 × 32 cm, 192 pp Tritone € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / $ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-677-3

Adams, Robert Gone? Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 25,4 × 25,4 cm, 128 pp 118 tritone photographs € 49.50 / £ 44.00 / US$ 69.95 ISBN 978-3-86521-917-6

Adams, Robert Tree Line Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 25,6 × 27,6 cm, 128 pp Tritone € 35.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-956-5

Adams, Robert The Place We Live Three clothbound hardcovers in a slipcase 24,6 × 30 cm, 632 pp Tritone and four-color process € 148.00 / £ 125.00 / $ 185.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-533-2

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Abdessemed, Adel I am Innocent Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 26 × 35 cm, 260 pp € 40.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-541-7

Aldridge, Miles Other Pictures Clothbound hardcover with a tippedin photo, housed in a slipcase 39 × 27 cm, 140 pp 94 color photographs € 68.00 / £ 54.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-437-3


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Alvermann, Dirk Algeria Softcover 10,8 × 18 cm, 224 pp 162 photographs, tritone € 18.00 / £ 15.00 / US$ 28.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-255-3

Bacigalupo, Martina Gulu Real Art Studio Clothbound hardcover 20 × 24,1 cm, 112 pp Four-color process € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / $ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-696-4

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

Bailey, David Havana Leatherbound hardcover 26 × 33 cm, 176 pp Four-color process € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 55.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-270-2

Bailey, David Is That So Kid Hardcover 26 × 33 cm, 72 pp 51 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-632-8

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

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

Bailey, David 8 Minutes Clothbound hardcover 26 × 33 cm, 264 pp Four-color process € 44.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-864-3

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

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

Bailey, David Dehli Dilemma 2 clothbound hardcover, housed in a sleeve 25,9 × 33 cm, 438 pp Four color-process € 98.00 / £ 88.00 / $ 125.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-991-0

Balet, Catherine Strangers in the Light Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 28 × 28,5 cm, 96 pp 85 photographs, four-color process € 28.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 36.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-285-0

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Baltz, Lewis Rule Without Exception / Only Exceptions 2 otabind softcovers housed in a sleeve 23,8 × 33,3 cm, 368 pp 260 photographs, duotone / four-color € 65.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 80.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-110-5

Baltz, Lewis Texts Clothbound hardcover with foil embossing and a bookmark, with an acetate dust jacket 13,5 × 21 cm, 160 pp € 24.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 30.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-436-6

Baltz, Lewis Candlestick Point Clothbound hardcover 32,2 × 24,5 cm, 128 pp 50 photographs, 72 tritone and 12 color plates € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 72.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-109-9

Baltz, Lewis Venezia Maghera 16 photo-serigraphies signed and numbered in a handmade crate 39,9 × 59,9 cm Four-color screen-printing € 7,500.00 / £ 6,300.00 / $ 9,600.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-313-0

Banier, François-Marie Perdre la tête Hardcover 18 × 24,7 cm, 256 pp 160 tritone plates € 26.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-234-4

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

Bartos, Adam Darkroom Hardcover 29 × 37,1 cm, 80 pp Four-color process € 65.00 / £ 50.00 / $ 80.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-332-1

Beuys, Joseph; Staeck, Klaus Honey is flowing in all directions Clothbound 21 × 29,6 cm, 104 pp 93 duotone plates € 24.50 / £ 17.50 / US$ 29.95 ISBN 978-3-88243-538-2

Bolofo, Koto Große Komplikation / Grand Complication Three clothbound hardcovers housed in a slipcase 29 × 37 cm, 274 pp € 98.00 / £ 89.00 / US$ 125.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-055-9

Bolofo, Koto Horse Power Clothbound hardcover 29 × 37 cm, 144 pp 197 photographs, four-color process € 75.00 / £ 59.00 / US$ 99.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-129-7

Bolofo, Koto La Maison 11 hardcover books, bound in craft paper with tipped-in photos, housed in a slipcase 18 × 23,2 cm, 864 pp € 175.00 / £ 149.00 / US$ 238.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-912-1

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Bolofo, Koto Lord Snowdon Clothbound hardcover 29 × 37 cm, 208 pp 166 color photographs € 75.00 / £ 59.00 / US$ 99.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-329-1


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Bolofo, Koto Venus Williams Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 29,7 × 34 cm, 100 pp 90 color and b/w plates € 42.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 60.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-602-1

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

Brohm, Joachim Areal Clothbound hardcover 20,4 × 26,6 cm, 264 pp 206 color plates € 35.00 / £ 22.50 / US$ 35.00 ISBN 978-3-88243-878-9

Burtynsky, Edward China Clothbound hardcover 38,1 × 30,5 cm, 180 pp 80 color plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-130-9

Burtynsky, Edward Oil Clothbound hardcover 37,5 × 29,5 cm, 140 pp 100 color plates € 98.00 / £ 85.00 / US$ 128.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-943-5

Burtynsky, Edward Quarries Clothbound hardcover 38,1 × 30,4 cm, 176 pp 80 color plates € 68.00 / £ 60.00 / US$ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-456-0

Burtynsky, Edward Water Clothbound hardcover 36,7 × 29 cm, 228 pp Four-color process € 98.00 / £ 85.00 / $ 128.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-679-7

Callahan, Harry Seven Collages Clothbound hardcover 28 × 32,4 cm, 32 pp 7 tritone plates € 28.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 34.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-140-2

Clarke, Brian WORK Seven clothbound hardcover books housed in a slipcase 25,4 × 36,5 cm € 180.00 / £ 150.00 / US$ 249.90 ISBN 978-3-86521-633-5

Close, Chuck Sribble Book: Self Portrait Two handbound books in a slipcase 27,9 × 34,3 cm Nine-color process € 85.00 / £ 70.00 / $ 98.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-492-8

Cohen, John The High & Lonesome Sound Hardcover with a DVD and CD 21 × 26 cm, 272 pp 158 photographs, tritone € 45.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-254-6

D’Agati, Mauro Alamar Clothbound hardcover 29,5 × 25 cm, 156 pp 87 color plates € 45.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 59.95 ISBN 978-3-86521-954-1

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D’Agati, Mauro Sit Lux et Lux Fuit Clothbound hardcover 19 × 28,5 cm, 346 pp € 48.00 / £ 38.00 / $ 65.00 ISBN ISBN 978-3-86930-488-5

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

Davidson, Bruce Black & White Five clothbound books, with tipped-in photos, housed in a slipcase 29,5 × 29 cm, 704 pp, 561 tritone plates € 248.00 / £ 220.00 / US$ 345.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-432-8

Davidson, Bruce Outside Inside Three clothbound hardcover books housed in a slipcase 23 × 30 cm, 944 pp Tritone € 185.00 / £ 158.00 / US$ 195.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-908-4

De Pietri, Paola To Face Clothbound hardcover 33 × 26,9 cm, 112 pp Four-color process € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / $ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-342-0

Dean, Tacita Darmstädter Werkblock Softcover, signed and numbered by the artist 6 × 15,3 cm, 80 pp 80 color plates € 85.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 100.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-703-5

Dean, Tacita Seven Books Grey Seven softcover books in a slipcase 19,2 × 26 cm, 488 pp Four-color process € 78.00 / £ 65.00 / US$ 98.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-299-7

Depardon, Raymond Manhattan Out Clothbound hardcover 29,5 × 20,5 cm, 120 pp 97 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 49.50 ISBN 978-3-86521-704-2

diCorcia, Philip-Lorca Hustlers Hardcover 33 × 44 cm, 160 pp 66 photographs, four-color process € 98.00 / £ 78.00 / US$ 128.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-617-9

Dine, Jim Donkey in the Sea before Us Hardcover with dust jacket 11,5 × 17 cm, 56 pp 24 color images € 12.00 / £ 10.00 / US$ 18.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-451-9

Dine, Jim Birds Clothbound hardcover 29,5 × 31,5 cm, 88 pp 36 tritone plates € 49.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-88243-240-4

Dine, Jim Entrada Drive Clothbound hardcover 29,5 × 31,5 cm, 48 pp 44 tritone plates € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 70.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-080-7

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Dine, Jim The Photographs, So Far (vols. 1-4) Four books housed in a slipcase, 21,3 × 28,5 cm 1046 pp, 548 plates € 150.00 / £ 100.00 / US$ 150.00 ISBN 978-3-88243-905-2

Dine, Jim Hot Dream (52 books) 52 hardcover books housed in a cardboard box, 17 × 23,5 cm b/w, tritone and four-color process € 380.00 / £ 327.00 / US$ 480.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-693-9

Dine, Jim This Goofy Life of Constant Mourning Clothbound flexible hardcover 21,5 × 25 cm, 296 pp 181 color plates € 70.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 80.00 ISBN 978-3-88243-967-0

Dine, Jim Night Fields, Day Fields—Sculpture Softcover 23 × 28 cm, 144 pp 75 photographs, four-color process € 35.00 / £ 29.00 / US$ 42.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-204-1

Dine, Jim This Is How I Remember Now Hardcover 21 × 24,5 cm, 350 pp Four-color process € 48.00 / £ 33.00 / US$ 70.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-603-8

Dine, Jim Hello Yellow Glove Softcover 21 × 28 cm, 64 pp € 20.00 / £ 16.00 / US$ 30.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-484-7

Dine, Jim Printmaker’s Document Clothbound hardcover 18 × 27,5 cm, 280 pp Four-color process € 30.00 / £ 25.00 / $ 38.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-644-5

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

D’Orgeval, Martin The Soul Clothbound hardcover 42 × 34,3 cm, 80 pp Four color-process € 65.00 / £ 57.00 / US$ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-072-6

Eggleston, William Los Alamos Three clothbound hardcover books with tipped-in photos, housed in a slipcase 31,5 × 32 cm, 432 pp € 248.00 / £ 220.00 / $ 345.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-532-5

Eggleston, William Before Color Hardcover 22,5 × 25,5 cm, 200 pp Quadratone € 48.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-122-8

Eggleston, William At Zenith Clothbound hardcover 34 × 25,9 cm, 88 pp Four-color process € 48.00 / £ 38.00 / $ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-710-7

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Elkoury, Fouad Be ... Longing Hardcover 18 × 24 cm, 160 pp Four-color process and tritone € 28.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-345-1

Elston, Annabel Land Paperbound hardcover with a tippedin photo 29,5 × 24,5 cm, 112 pp 52 photographs, four-color process € 34.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 40.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-744-8

Eneroth, Joakim Swedish Red Clothbound hardcover 17 × 25,6 cm, 48 pp 32 photographs, four-color process € 28.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 35.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-613-7

Engström, JH CDG / JHE Hardcover 29,7 × 23 cm, 112 pp 66 color plates € 38.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-538-3

Engström, JH Haunts Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 24,2 × 30,5 cm, 216 pp 127 color and duotone plates € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-297-9

Epstein, Mitch New York Arbor Hardcover 36 × 30 cm, 96 pp 42 photographs, tritone € 58.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-581-3

Epstein, Mitch Berlin Clothbound hardcover in a slipcase 24,5 × 29,5 cm, 72 pp Four-color process € 45.00 / £ 36.00 / US$ 55.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-224-9

Epstein, Mitch American Power Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket, 29,5 × 26,5 cm, 144 pp, 64 color plates € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 72.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-924-4

Fäldt, Tobias Year One Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 18,5 × 25 cm, 128 pp 120 color plates € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-537-6

Forsslund, Maja Akt Clothbound hardcover with a tippedin photo on the back 29,5 × 23,6 cm, 80 pp 40 photographs, tritone € 48.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-410-2

Franck, Martine Women / Femmes Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo 20,5 × 22,5 cm, 152 pp € 35.00 / £ 31.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-149-5

Frank, Robert The Americans Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 20,9 × 18,4 cm, 180 pp 83 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-584-0

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Frank, Robert Looking In: Robert Frank’s The Americans – Expanded Edition Hardcover, 24 × 29,2 cm, 528 pp 108 color, 168 tritone, 210 duotone plates € 69.00 / £ 49.90 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-806-3

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

Frank, Robert Come Again Sewn softcover 21,5 × 28 cm, 48 pp Color matt inks with polaroid varnish € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-261-0

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

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 € 78.00 / £ 75.00 / US$ 98.00 ISBN 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 € 78.00 / £ 75.00 / US$ 98.00 ISBN 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 € 78.00 / £ 75.00 / US$ 98.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-591-8

Frank, Robert The Complete Film Works / Volumes 4, 5, 6 Nine DVDs in film-roll boxes, housed in a cardboard box Nine films, 295 minutes € 98.00 / £ 80.00 / US$ 150.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-480-9

Frank, Robert Pull My Daisy Hardcover 13,7 × 20,2 cm, 64 pp 53 tritone plates € 17.50 / £ 14.00 / US$ 27.50 ISBN 978-3-86521-673-1

Frank, Robert Pull my Daisy DVD, text booklet and photomagazine housed in a cardboard box 14,2 × 19,2 cm, 88 pp € 25.00 / £ 20.00 / $ 35.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-428-1

Frank, Robert Henry Frank, Father Photographer Clothbound hardcover 14 × 16,5 cm, 88 pp Tritone € 24.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 29.95 ISBN 978-3-86521-814-8

Frank, Robert Me and My Brother Softcover with DVD 25 × 32,5 cm, 56 pp 100 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-363-1

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Frank, Robert New York to Nova Scotia Hardcover 22,7 × 30,4 cm, 112 pp 27 duotone and 4 color plates € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 30.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-013-5

Frank, Robert One Hour Clothbound hardcover 10,5 × 15 cm, 96 pp 14 tritone plates € 18.00 / £ 12.50 / US$ 20.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-364-8

Frank, Robert Paris Hardcover with dust jacket 18,5 × 22 cm 108 pp, 69 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-524-6

Frank, Robert Pangnirtung Clothbound hardcover 23 × 30,5 cm, 40 pp 27 photographs, quadratone € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 32.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-198-3

Frank, Robert Portfolio Brochure in printed envelope 20,5 × 27,3 cm, 48 pp 40 tritone plates € 18.00 / £ 12.00 / US$ 20.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-813-1

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

Frank, Robert Storylines Softcover 24,5 × 28 cm, 240 pp 225 duotone and 25 color photos € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 40.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-041-8

Frank, Robert Tal Uf Tal Ab Otabind softcover housed in a slipcase 20,5 × 25 cm, 40 pp Tritone € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 28.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-101-3

Frank, Robert You Would Otabind softcover housed in a slipcase 20,5 × 25 cm, 48 pp 41 photographs, tritone and four-color process € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 28.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-418-2

Frank, Robert Park / Sleep Otabind softcover, housed in a slipcase 20,5 × 25 cm, 72 pp 49 photographs, tritone and four-color process € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 30.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-585-1

Frank, Robert Zero Mostel reads a book Hardcover 14,4 × 21,5 cm, 40 pp 36 tritone plates € 17.50 / £ 14.00 / US$ 27.50 ISBN 978-3-86521-586-4

Frank, Robert Valencia Colthbound hardcover 25,3 × 25,3 cm, 64 pp € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / $ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-502-8

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Frank, Robert Household Inventory Record Hardcover 14 x 29 cm, 24 pp Four-color process € 30.00 / £ 25.00 / $ 35.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-660-5

Fraser, Peter A City in the Mind Clothbound hardcover with foil embossing 28,5 × 32 cm, 80 pp 50 color photographs € 48.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-453-3

Galinsky, Michael Malls Across America Hardcover 25 × 30 cm, 128 pp 62 photographs, four-color process € 48.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-547-9

Goldberg, Jim Open See Four volumes in a printed sleeve 16,5 × 26,1 cm, 200 pp Tritone and four-color process € 40.00 / £ 36.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-826-1

Goldblatt, David On the Mines Clothbound hardcover with foil embossing 27,9 × 27,9 cm, 180 pp € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / 75.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-491-5

Goldblatt, David The Transported of Kwandebele Clothbound hardcover 35,6 × 25,4 cm, 80 pp Tritone € 65.00 / £ 48.00 / $ 80.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-586-8

Gossage, John The Thirty-Two Inch Ruler / Map of Babylon Clothbound with dust jacket 23,5 × 28,6 cm, 80 pp 180 color plates € 45.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-710-3

Graham, Robert Early Work 1963–1973 Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in image 20,3 × 25,4 cm, 128 pp 47 color images € 48.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-985-9

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

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

Guirey, Kadir L’album d’Eddy Hardcover 32,8 × 26,6 cm, 28 pp 91 photographs, four-color process € 34.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-548-6

Gundlach, F.C. The Photographic Work Clothbound hardcover with a dust jacket 24 × 29,5 cm € 65.00 / £ 48.00 / $ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-594-9

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

Hechenblaikner, Lois Winter Wonderland Clothbound hardcover 29,5 × 23,9 cm, 88 pp Four-color process € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / $ 56.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-284-3

Herschdorfer, Nathalie Beauty Work Softcover 24,2 × 23,5 cm, 120 pp 145 photographs, four-color process € 15.00 / £ 12.00 / US$ 20.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-588-2

Holdsworth, Dan Blackout Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo 28,6 × 33 cm, 80 pp 33 color photographs € 48.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-454-0

Horn, Roni Another Water Otabind softcover 19,7 × 30 cm, 112 pp Four-color process € 38.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-318-5

Horn, Roni Haraldsdóttir, part two Clothbound hardcover with foil embossing, 20,8 × 26 cm, 144 pp Four-color process and tritone € 85.00 / £ 70.00 / US$ 95.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-317-8

Horn, Roni Cabinet of Hardcover 30,5 × 35,6 cm 76 pp, 36 color plates € 65.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-88243-864-2

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

Horn, Roni Index Cixous Softcover 14 × 20,5 cm, 116 pp 65 tritone and 15 color plates € 22.50 / £ 15.00 / US$ 30.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-135-4

Horn, Roni This is Me, This is You Hardcover 18,5 × 23 cm, 192 pp 96 color plates € 28.00 / £ 18.00 / US$ 25.00 ISBN 978-3-88243-798-0

Horn, Roni bird Clothbound hardcover 28,4 × 30,5 cm, 36 pp 20 color plates € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-669-4

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

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Horn, Roni Herdubreid at Home Softcover 15,2 × 21,6 cm, 128 pp 60 color plates € 20.00 / £ 13.00 / US$ 25.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-457-7

Horn, Roni AKA Clothbound hardcover 28,4 × 30,5 cm, 36 pp 20 photographs, four-color process € 35.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-133-4

Jacob, John P. (ed.) Kodak Girl Hardcover 21,7 × 26 cm, 336 pp Four-color process € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 78.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-324-6

Keïta, Seydou Photographs, Bamako, Mali, 1948–1963 Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo, 27,5 × 35,5 cm 412 pp, 400 tritone plates € 98.00 / £ 86.00 / US$ 148.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-301-7

Killip, Chris Arbeit / Work Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 28,5 × 26,5 cm,136 pp 84 tritone photographs € 38.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-457-1

Killip, Chris Seacoal Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 27 × 23 cm, 112 pp 116 tritone plates € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-256-0

Kobal Foundation (ed.) Glamour of the Gods Softcover 25 × 31 cm, 288 pp 250 photographs, four-color process € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-682-3

Koudelka, Joseph Roma Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 32 × 24 cm, 224 pp 109 quadratone plates € 48.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 60.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-388-8

Kuhn, Mona Bordeaux Clothbound hardcover 29,2 × 31 cm, 102 pp Four-color process € 58.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 78.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-308-6

Kuhn, Mona Evidence Clothbound hardcover 29,2 × 31,1 cm, 108 pp 33 tritone and 20 color plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-372-3

Kuhn, Mona Photographs Clothbound hardcover 26,5 × 28,5 cm, 108 pp 33 tritone and 20 color plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-008-1

Lagerfeld, Karl Byzantine Fragments Singer-stitched brochure housed in a slipcase, 30 × 40 cm, 52 pp 25 photographs, 7-color process on ivory parchment € 85.00 / £ 72.00 / US$ 110.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-246-1

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Lagerfeld, Karl Metamorphoses of an American Four clothbound hardcover books housed in a slipcase 15,2 × 20 cm, 1144 pp 864 tritone plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-522-2

Lagerfeld, Karl / Roitfeld, Carine The Little Black Jacket Otabind softcover housed in a slipcase 29 × 37 cm, 280 pp Quadratone € 78.00 / £ 65.00 / $ 98.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-446-5

Lagerfeld, Karl Work in Progress Softcover 20 × 25 cm, 192 pp 120 color photographs € 20.00 / £ 17.00 / US$ 25.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-261-4

Leaf, June Record 1974/75 Clothbound hardcover 18,3 × 30 cm, 188 pp Four-color process € 40.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 59.95 ISBN 978-3-86930-045-0

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

Leiter, Saul Early Color Clothbound hardcover 20 × 20 cm, 168 pp Four-color process € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-139-2

Leutwyler, Henry Ballet Clothbound hardcover 22 × 30 cm, 436 pp € 65.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-544-8

Lynch, David Works on Paper Hardcover in a sleeve 28,5 × 39,5 cm, 528 pp Four-color process € 145.00 / £ 125.00 / US$ 195.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-130-3

Maisel, David Black Maps Hardcover with dust jacket 29,5 × 29,5 cm, 240 pp 115 photographs, duotone and fourcolor process € 65.00 / £ 55.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-537-0

Maggs, Arnaud Arnaud Maggs Papercovered hardcover 30,5 × 24,2 cm, 216 pp 200 photographs, four-color process and duotone € 65.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 80.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-591-2

Marchand, Yves / Meffre, Romain Gunkanjima Clothbound hardcover 38 × 29 cm, 80 pp 60 photographs, four-color process € 65.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-546-2

Mark, Mary Ellen Falkland Road: Prostitutes of Bombay Clothbound hardcover 32,6 × 28,4 cm, 106 pp 65 color plates € 55.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 75.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-128-6

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Meiselas, Susan Carnival Strippers Clothbound hardcover 27,3 × 23,4 cm, 164 pp 78 tritone plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-88243-954-0

Meiselas, Susan In History Hardcover 17,7 × 24,7 cm, 264 pp 200 b/w and color plates € 50.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 75.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-685-4

Michals, Duane A Visit with Magritte Flexible hardcover 15,5 × 20,5 cm, 64 pp Four-color process € 24.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 32.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-987-9

Michener, Diana Sweethearts Softcover 17 × 11,5 cm, 224 pp Four-color process € 15.00 / £ 14.00 / US$ 22.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-713-4

Michener, Diana Figure Studies Softcover sewn with red thread, housed in a black slipcase 29 × 37 cm, 64 pp Quadratone € 28.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 39.50 ISBN 978-3-86930-213-3

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

Mikhailov, Boris Maquette Braunschweig Hardcover 24 × 34 cm, 272 pp Four-color process € 48.00 / £ 43.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-834-6

Mofokeng, Santu The Black Photo Album Clothbound hardcover 18,5 × 27,2 cm, 100 pp Tritone € 34.00 / £ 28.00 / $ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-310-9

Morath, Inge First Color Clothbound hardcover 25 × 32 cm, 336 pp Four-color process € 38.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 49.95 ISBN 978-3-86521-930-5

Morris, Christopher Americans Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 20 × 23 cm, 200 pp 117 color photographs € 34.00 / £ 27.00 / US$ 38.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-448-9

Morris, Christopher My America Clothbound hardcover 20 × 23 cm, 180 pp 112 color plates € 35.00 / £ 27.00 / US$ 38.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-201-6

Munkacsi, Martin Martin Munkacsi Hardcover 24 × 29 cm, 416 pp 318 tritone plates € 58.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 78.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-269-6

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Nádas, Péter Own Death Clothbound hardcover 18,5 × 26,2 cm, 288 pp 161 color plates € 40.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-010-4

Nozolino, Paulo bone lonely Hardcover 18 × 26 cm, 72 pp Four-color process € 34.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-861-2

Nozolino, Paulo Far Cry Clothbound hardcover 24,8 × 32 cm, 136 pp 78 tritone plates € 45.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 60.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-122-4

Nozolino, Paulo Makulatur Singer-stiched brochure 18 × 26 cm, 20 pp Tritone € 24.00 / £ 21.00 / US$ 35.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-327-7

Odermatt, Arnold Karambolage Clothbound hardcover 27,9 × 32,5 cm, 408 pp Tritone € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / $ 75.00 ISBN 978-3-88243-866-6

Odermatt, Arnold On Duty Clothbound hardcover 27,9 × 32,5 cm, 336 pp Four-color process € 65.00 / £ 54.00 / $ 80.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-336-5

Odermatt, Arnold Off Duty Clothbound hardcover 27,9 × 32,5 cm, 360 pp Tritone and four-color process € 65.00 / £ 54.00 / $ 80.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-796-7

Olsson, Mikael Södrakull Frösakull Clothbound hardcover with French fold jacket printed recto/verso 25 × 26 cm 208 pp Four-color process € 58.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 72.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-059-7

Orri Interiors Clothbound hardcover 144 pages with a 16-page text booklet 29,7 × 31 cm, 144 pp 72 color photographs € 48.00 / £ 38.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-375-8

Packham, Monte Concentric Circles A Chronicle of Steidl Publishers Clothbound hardcover 17 × 23 cm, 160 pp € 20.00 / £ 17.00 / US$ 27.50 ISBN 978-3-86930-024-5

Parr, Martin (ed.) The Protest Box Five books and a text booklet in a cardboard box Limited edition of 1,000 boxed sets € 380.00 / £ 338.00 / US$ 500.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-124-2

Parke, Trent The Christmas Tree Bucket, Trent Parke’s Family Album Clothbound hardcover 27,5 × 22,4 cm, 128 pp 61 color photographs € 38.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 30.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-206-5

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Parke, Trent Minutes to Midnight Clothbound hardcover 29,5 × 25 cm, 96 pp 48 photographs, tritone € 38.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 30.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-205-8

Parks, Gordon A Harlem Family 1967 Hardcover with dust jacket 25 × 29 cm, 112 pp 100 photographs, tritone € 28.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 38.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-602-5

Parks, Gordon Collected Works Five hardcover books in a slipcase 25 × 29 cm, 1084 pp 1,328 photographs, tritone and four-color process € 185.00 / £ 148.00 / US$ 285.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-530-1

Paulsen, Susan Wilmot Hardcover 28 × 28 cm, 248 pp 320 photographs, four-color process € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-565-3

Paulsen, Susan Sarah Ryhmes with Clara Clothbound hardcover 23,5 × 27 cm, 128 pp Four-color process € 40.00 / £ 34.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-244-7

Pol, Andri Where is Japan Hardcover 24,2 × 30 cm, 320 pp Four-color process € 56.00 / £ 48.00 / US$ 80.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-993-0

Polidori, Robert After the Flood Clothbound hardcover 38,6 × 30 cm, 320 pp 300 color plates € 75.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 90.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-277-1

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

Polidori, Robert Points in between...Up till now Hardcover 25 × 30 cm, 192 pp Four-color process € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-994-7

Prinz, Bernhard Latifundia Hardcover 22,8 × 27,9 cm, 180 pp 114 color plates € 45.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-487-4

Rautert, Timm No Photographing (English) Clothbound hardcover with a belly band, 22 × 28 cm, 156 pp Four-color process and duotone € 38.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-322-2

MacGill, Peter / Steidl, Gerhard (eds.) Rodchenko Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 24,5 × 33 cm, 104 pp 39 photographs, four-color process € 40.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-245-4

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Rovner, Michal Fields Hardcover 21 × 16 cm, 400 pp Four-color process € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-216-0

Rubins, Nancy Work Two clothbound hardcover and a softcover in a slipcase 24 × 32 cm, 528 pp € 125.00 / £ 100.00 / $ 175.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-493-9

Ruetz, Michael Eye on Infinity Hardcover 29,5 × 29,5 cm, 252 pp 112 tritone plates € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 70.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-766-0

Ruetz, Michael Eye on Time Hardcover with dust jacket 29,7 × 21 cm, 360 pp 290 tritone plates € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 70.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-577-2

Ruscha, Ed Los Angeles Apartments Clothbound hardcover with a tippedin photograph 20,5 × 25,5 cm, 160 pp 80 photographs, tritone € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-596-7

Rowell, Margit Ed Ruscha, Photographer Clothbound hardcover with a tippedin photograph 20,5 × 25,5 cm, 184 pp 214 photographs, tritone € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / US $ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-206-1

Ruscha, Ed THEN & NOW Slipcased 45 × 32 cm, 152 pp Four-color process € 120.00 / £ 80.00 / US$ 175.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-105-7

Ruscha, Ed Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Volume 1: 1958–1970 Clothbound hardcover 24 × 29 cm, 436 pp Four-color process € 160.00 / £ 110.00 / US$ 200.00 ISBN 978-3-88243-972-4

Ruscha, Ed Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Volume 2: 1971–1982 Clothbound hardcover housed in a slipcase, 24 × 29 cm, 526 pp Four-color process € 160.00 / £ 110.00 / US$ 200.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-138-5

Ruscha, Ed Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Volume 3: 1983–1987 Clothbound hardcover housed in a slipcase, 24 × 29 cm, 558 pp Four-color process € 160.00 / £ 110.00 / US$ 210.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-368-6

Ruscha, Ed Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Volume 4: 1988–1992 Clothbound hardcover housed in a slipcase, 24 × 29 cm, 526 pp Four-color process € 148.00 / £ 135.00 / US$ 219.90 ISBN 978-3-86521-833-9

Ruscha, Ed Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Volume 5: 1993–1997 Clothbound hardcover housed in a slipcase, 24 × 29 cm, 504 pp Four-color process € 165.00 / £ 138.00 / US$ 220.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-251-5

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Salvesen, Britt New Topographics Clothbound hardcover 30 × 23,9 cm, 256 pp Tritone and four-color process € 45.00 / £ 38.00 / $ 55.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-827-8

Schaller, Matthias The Mill Hardcover 29 × 23,5 cm, 120 pp 55 color plates € 50.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-378-5

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

Schoen, Geza / Steidl, Gerhard Paper Passion Perfume 50 ml perfume in a glass bottle, presented in a cut-out book and housed in a handmade cardboard box 11,5 × 16 cm € 85.00 / £ 68.00 / $ 98.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-501-1

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

Schorr, Collier Blumen Forest and Fields, Volume 2. Hardcover 25 × 31,4 cm, 104 pp 53 color and b/w plates € 35.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-687-8

Schorr, Collier There I Was Hardcover 25 × 31,4 cm, 72 pp Four-color process € 27.50 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-616-8

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

Serra, Richard Notebooks Five books housed in a cardboard box Limited edition of 1,050, signed and numbered by the artist € 420.00 / £ 350.00 / US$ 550.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-253-9

Sheikh, Fazal Ladli Clothbound hardcover 26,7 × 33 cm, 140 pp 70 tritone plates € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 30.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-381-5

Sheikh, Fazal Portraits Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 19,7 × 25 cm, 304 pp 142 photographs, quadratone € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-819-3

Sheikh, Fazal Moksha Clothbound hardcover 26,7 × 33 cm, 220 pp 170 tritone plates € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-125-5

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Sheikh, Fazal The Circle Clothbound hardcover 17 × 22,5 cm, 114 pp 108 tritone plates € 30.00 / £ 20.00 / US$ 40.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-599-4

Sheikh, Fazal Ether Clothbound hardcover 21 × 32 cm, 88 pp Four-color process € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / $ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-653-7

Sigal, Ivan White Road Two books housed in a box 18,5 × 25,5 cm, 472 pp 225 tritone photographs € 65.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-538-7

Signer, Roman Travel Photos Hardcover 24 × 30 cm, 240 pp Four-color process € 38.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-282-5

Signer, Roman Karpaten / Carpathians Softcover 23 × 16,5 cm, 120 pp € 24.00 / £ 18.00 / $ 34.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-489-2

Singh, Dayanita File Room Softcover 24 × 32 cm, 88 pp 70 photographs, tritone € 30.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 38.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-542-4

Singh, Dayanita Dream Villa Hardcover 10 × 20 cm, 136 pp Four-color process € 28.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 38.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-985-5

Soth, Alec Dog Days Bogotá Hardcover 21,5 × 22,5 cm, 60 pp 50 color plates € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 34.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-451-5

Soth, Alec Sleeping by the Mississippi Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo 28,5 × 27,5 cm, 120 pp Four-color process € 40.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 54.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-753-0

Soth, Alec Niagara Hardcover with a tipped-in photo 23 × 26,5 cm, 144 pp Four-color process € 48.00 / £ 35.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-233-7

Staeck, Klaus / Steidl, Gerhard Beuys Book Hardcover with foil embossing 16,5 × 24 cm, 736 pp 455 photographs, four-color process and duotone € 28.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 35.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-914-5

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

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Sternfeld, Joel On This Site Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo 30,5 × 25,4 cm, 112 pp 50 color plates € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-434-2

Sternfeld, Joel American Prospects Colthbound hardcover 39 × 30,5 cm, 160 pp € 88.00 / £ 75.00 / distributed in the US by DAP ISBN 978-3-88243-915-1

Sternfeld, Joel Sweet Earth: Experimental Utopias in America Clothbound hardcover 30,5 × 25,5 cm, 136 pp 60 color plates € 60.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-124-8

Sternfeld, Joel Walking the High Line Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 26 × 21,5 cm, 72 pp 29 photographs € 28.00 / £ 25.00 / US$ 30.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-982-4

Sternfeld, Joel First Pictures Clothbound with a tipped-in photo 29,5 × 24,5 cm, 320 pp Four-color process € 48.00 / £ 42.00 / US$ 78.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-309-3

Sternfeld, Joel iDubai Clothbound hardcover 20,3 × 25,4 cm, 160 pp 70 color plates € 28.00 / £ 24.00 / US$ 38.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-916-9

Sternfeld, Joel When it Changed Softcover 22,3 × 15 cm, 144 pp 54 color plates € 25.00 / £ 17.50 / US$ 35.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-278-8

Sternfeld, Joel Stranger Passing Clothbound hardcover with a tippedin photo 34 × 29 cm, 132 pp € 65.00 / £ 50.00 / $ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-499-1

Subotzky, Mikhael Retinal Shift Clothbound hardcover 19 × 26 cm, 300 pp € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / $ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-539-4

Taylor-Johnson, Sam Birth of a Clown Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 23 × 33 cm, 48 pp 45 photographs, four-color process € 34.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 40.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-853-7

Teller, Juergen Nackig auf dem Fußballplatz Softcover 27,3 × 20,4 cm, 184 pp 9 color plates and 1 duotone plate € 25.00 / £ 18.00 / US$ 30.00 ISBN 978-3-88243-963-2

Teller, Juergen Nürnberg Clothbound hardcover 35 × 28 cm, 120 pp 60 color plates € 75.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 90.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-132-3

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Teller, Juergen Pictures and Text Two hardcovers housed in a slipcase 21,5 × 26,2 cm, 192 pp € 48.00 / £ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-320-8

Teller, Juergen The Keys to the House Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 24 × 30 cm, 160 pp € 45.00 / £ 39.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-383-3

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

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

Tuggener, Jakob Fabrik Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 22,8 × 30,9 cm, 62 pp 95 photographs, tritone € 65.00 / £ 45.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-493-5

Tunbjörk, Lars I Love Borås! Hardcover in a slipcase 27,4 × 34,4 cm, 168 pp 175 color plates € 75.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 90.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-296-2

Walther, Artur (ed.) African Photography from The Walther Collection Three clothbound hardcovers housed in a slipcase 1208 pp € 198.00 / £ 165.00 / $ 250.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-655-1

Wessel, Henry Waikiki Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in photo and dust jacket 29,5 × 29,5 cm, 60 pp 25 photographs, tritone € 58.00 / £ 50.00 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-89630-300-0

Wessel, Henry Incidents Clothbound hardcover 29,5 × 29,5 cm, 64 pp Tritone € 38.00 / £ 30.00 / $ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-697-1

Wetzel, Gereon / Adolph, Jörg How to Make a Book with Steidl DVD, documentary, 90 min Original version: English / German with subtitles € 25.00 / £ 22.00 / US$ 34.95 ISBN 978-3-86930-119-8

Wiedenhöfer, Kai Confrontier Hardcover with foil embossing 23 × 33 cm, 184 pp 128 photographs, four-color process € 40.00 / £ 32.00 / US$ 58.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-550-9

Wiedenhöfer, Kai The Book of Destruction Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 22,7 × 30,5 cm, 160 pp 94 photographs, four-color process € 34.00 / £ 30.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-207-2

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Wood, Tom Men and Women Two hardcover books in a sleeve 19,8 × 25,5 cm, 344 pp 268 photographs, duotone and fourcolor process € 68.00 / £ 58.00 / US$ 78.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-570-7

Wylie, Donovan British Watchtowers Hardcover 30,3 × 23,5 cm, 72 pp 49 color plates € 40.00 / £ 27.50 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-499-7

Wylie, Donovan Maze Two hardcover books and a singer-stitched booklet, housed in a slipcase, 29,5 × 23,5 cm 206 pp, 150 color plates € 48.00 / £ 44.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-907-7

Wylie, Donovan Outposts / Kandahar Province Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 29,5 × 23,5 cm, 64 pp 28 photographs, four-color process € 32.00 / £ 28.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-321-5

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