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2020, Julian Schnabel

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2020, Julian Schnabel Art Edition with 11-color pigment print

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2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali Invents the Double-Clutch Shuffle, 1966

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2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali vs. Patterson I, 1965

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2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali vs. Folley, 1967

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2020, Neil Leifer. Boxing

2020, Julian Schnabel Art Edition with individually overpainted cover

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2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Clay vs. Liston I, 1964

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2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali Victorious, Ali vs. Liston II, 1965

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2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali vs. Liston II, 1965

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2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali The Mouth That Roared, 1970

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2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali vs. Young, 1976

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2020, Ai Weiwei China Bag Cats and Dogs (red)

2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Fit for a King, Ali vs. Bugner, 1973

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2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali vs. Foster, 1972

2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali The Champ’s Corner, Ali vs. Lyle, 1975

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2020, Ai Weiwei China Bag Zodiac (white)

2020, Ai Weiwei Scarf Cats and Dogs (red)

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2020, Ai Weiwei Scarf Haircut (blue)

2020, Ai Weiwei Scarf Citizens’ Investigation (black)

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Edition of 2,500 2020, Helmut Newton. BABY SUMO

BABY

2020, Walton Ford. Pancha Tantra Art Edition Granary

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SUMO

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2020, David Hockney. My Window

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2020, David Hockney. My Window Art Edition No. 610, 23rd December 2010

BABY

SUMO

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2019, The Definitive Jacques Tati

Edition of 112  +  12 APs 2019, Steve McCurry. Animals Art Edition Chang Mai, Thailand, 2010

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2019, Patti Smith. Lynn Goldsmith. Before Easter After Art Edition NYC, 1976

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2019, Patti Smith. Lynn Goldsmith. Before Easter After Art Edition NYC, 1977

2019, Patti Smith. Lynn Goldsmith. Before Easter After

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2019, Linda McCartney. The Polaroid Diaries Art Edition Sussex, England, 1980s

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2019, Buzz Aldrin. Apollo 11 A Man on the Moon

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2019, Buzz Aldrin. Apollo 11 Flag on the Moon

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2019, Buzz Aldrin. Apollo 11 Inspecting the Eagle

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2019, Buzz Aldrin. Apollo 11 Solar Wind Composition Experiment

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2019, Stephen Wilkes. Day to Night Art Edition Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, 2016

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2019, Stephen Wilkes. Day to Night Art Edition Grand Canyon, Arizona, 2015

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2019, Sebastião Salgado. Gold

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SUMO

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2019, David Bailey Art Edition Jean Shrimpton, 1965

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2019, David Bailey Art Edition Andy Warhol, 1965

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Life on the Big Canvas Wildly immersive and often larger than life, Julian Schnabel’s works speak to us directly: in paintings created on everyday objects such as broken plates, market stall covers, or boxing ring floors, in sculptures that carry the paintings into space, or in movies on artists and other heroes unbowed by any turns of fate.


Julian Schnabel Art Edition No. 1–35

XXL Edition of 35 Individually overpainted cover 33 × 44 cm (13 × 17.3 in.) Signed by Julian Schnabel

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Art Edition No. 36–135  The Fall of Tyll Edition of 100 11-color pigment print on rag paper, 100% cotton, with torn edges h 135 × w 97 cm (53.1 × 38.2 in.) Print shown here in proportion to the XXL book. Signed by Julian Schnabel

Collector’s Edition No. 136–1,135 

XXL JULIAN SCHNABEL Hans Werner Holzwarth, Louise Kugelberg (eds.) Collector’s Edition No. 136–1,135 Hardcover in clamshell box, 570 pages 33 × 44 cm (13 × 17.3 in.) Signed by Julian Schnabel

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I Barely Knew Him and Then or The Migration of the Duck-Billed Platypus to Australia By Laurie Anderson

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Now It’s early June and the world is shredding. We’re on the phone talking about the latest murder by police, of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta, and all the Black Lives Matter marches and rallies around the country and the world. ­Julian sends me a layout for some work he’s putting together about crime, including a text about van Gogh, “The Man Suicided by Society” by Antonin Artaud, with an image of Julian’s first plate painting, The Patients and the Doctors. We ask each other: What can we do? It’s June 2020 and New York City is still closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. Many of the stores and restaurants in our neighborhood are boarded up. Lots of people are still masked and the future of the city veers almost daily from guardedly positive to dire. I’m finding it hard to write this short story about my friend. I keep getting overwhelmed by the emergencies that continue to unfurl. Is it the pandemic that makes me see life as if from a great distance, a panorama of lost places and long gone people? The phone rings and it’s Julian and he’s reading a section from his script “In the Hand of Dante.” The pandemic is going on but Julian is writing, revising scripts, painting. “I miss Shooter, I haven’t seen him for months,” he says and sends me a video of his six-year-old son Shooter slowly falling asleep as he reads to him on FaceTime. This summer a new blind big girl painting no longer has a purple streak over her eyes. This time around she has no eyes. There’s just a long scar across her face where her eyes would be. I saw the new blind girl painting a few days ago at his outdoor studio in Montauk that he built when he moved out there. It’s a painting not only about the blindness of white people but the lack of any eyes at all.

The old days I must have run into Julian around the time he was doing the Whitney Independent Study Program with Ron Clark and Yvonne Rainer. I remember the circles of folding chairs and people sitting on windowsills and intense discussions about politics, the meaning of pure ideas like “the edge.” Julian had just arrived from Texas and was the only painter in the program who didn’t seem bothered by the notion that painting was dead. He was just rediscovering New York and the rest of his education started at 1 a.m. every night at Mickey Ruskin’s bar Max’s Kansas City, an artists’ bar where through his first and best friend in New York, Bob Williamson, young Julian was introduced to a world of New York artists with a capital A. In those days there he met Robert Smithson, Richard Serra, Willem de ­Kooning, Blinky Palermo, Brice Marden, Neil Williams, Larry Poons, and John Chamberlain, to list a few. We were in different worlds, I was recovering from minimal sculpture at the time. We swirled around each other, in and out of scenes of mutual friends—Gordon Matta-Clark and Susan Ensley, Dickie Landry, at the Leo Castelli and Sonnabend galleries, at 420 West Broadway, Trisha Brown, Phil Glass, John Chamberlain, Vito Acconci, and Malcolm Morley. It was the late ’70s and New York, like now, was dark and mysterious. In SoHo we lived in abandoned buildings—the future was uncertain. Artists, however, were beginning

“I want my life to be in my work, crushed into my painting like a pressed car. If it’s not, my work is just some stuff.” Julian Schnabel

Untitled (The Sky of Illimitableness), 2015. 17

Number 1 (Van Gogh, Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear, Willem), 2018.


This oversized limited-edition book, made in close collaboration with the artist, offers the most generous opportunity to experience Schnabel’s art outside of seeing it in person.

to think big. Very big. It seemed like everybody I knew was making an opera. You’d walk down West Broadway and see other artists, always dressed in work boots and painters clothes: “How’s your opera going?” “Good, how’s yours?” Not many of us actually made operas although we called them that anyway. Julian was one of the artists at that moment who was inventing a whole new scale, his own iconography, wild imagery, and an energy that was blasting off. At that moment he wasn’t showing in a gallery and very few people had seen his work. Our paths crossed now and then but it wasn’t until about twenty-five years later, when my husband Lou Reed and I moved to the West Village across the street from Julian, that he and I became real friends. Lou and I had moved to Julian’s street in 1998 and felt lost in the looming space we’d found to live, formerly a women’s prison. Lou, who had really good design ideas, had chosen lots of unusual lamps. He asked for Julian’s advice. Julian brought over a mast that became a stair railing, ­Moroccan doors that formed a balcony and created a bedroom, turning the living room into a Shakespearean courtyard, and several thick sets of two-story red velvet curtains that opened onto the silent Hudson River. Living across the street from Julian has made the West Village feel like home. Now that I’ve been away for months in isolation I think about how much I love walking home at night in New York and seeing bright lights shining up in the huge rose-colored Palazzo Chupi. I r­ emember seeing Julian’s model of the new building made from stacked-up cardboard boxes. As the building materialized with its balconies, arcades, crenellated arches—a fanciful fairy­ tale—it kept its feeling of a child’s idea of a Venetian palace. The neighbors were poised to hate it until they realized it wasn’t another monster condo—the kind that were beginning to wedge their ways into the neighborhood—but was instead some kind of painting, some kind of vision, that was also a building. Now it’s a treasured landmark. Julian could look down from the balcony and wave to Lou practicing Tai Chi on our roof. “Come by and see the new paintings,” says Julian, and every time I stop by there’s something new to see. Sometimes there are enormous red drawings on the floor, sometimes new roses on fractured plates. Next time I stop by there’s an installation of van Gogh plate paintings; in some Willem Dafoe is van Gogh, and in others van Gogh is van Gogh.

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Last Attempt at Attracting Butterflies, 1994.


“I see paintings everywhere.” Julian Schnabel

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XL LEIFER. BOXING. 60 YEARS OF FIGHTS AND FIGHTERS Collector’s Edition of 1,000 numbered copies Hardcover in slipcase, 424 pages 36 × 38.7 cm (14.2 × 15.2 in.) Signed by Neil Leifer


Neil Leifer Boxing


60 Years of Fights and Fighters


Neil Leifer has shot almost every important boxing match for the last 60 years, from the first Patterson-Johansson fight in 1959 right through to the 2020 Wilder-Fury rematch.

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Dick Tiger vs. Roger Rouse: Las Vegas Convention Center, 1967. Mike Tyson vs. Trevor Berbick: Las Vegas Hilton, 1986.

Neil Leifer took his first important boxing photo from a five-dollar seat at Yankee Stadium. The year was 1959 and Leifer, aged 16, captured Floyd Patterson versus Ingemar Johansson in the ring in the center of the stadium, dramatically floodlit and surrounded by mesmerized crowds. The picture was granular, shot from a distance with a $75 Yashica-Mat, “a poor man’s Rolleiflex,” but it had the unmistakable Leifer touch—powerful, nuanced, and adept at finding openings others would never see. From that shot on, Leifer was in love with photographing boxing. One year later, he covered the Patterson-Johansson rematch, where Floyd Patterson regained the title. In 1961, as a credentialed shooter for Sports Illustrated working alongside idols Hy Peskin and John Zimmerman, he shot their Miami rubber match—and one of his photo­graphs was featured as the magazine’s cover. By the age of 25, he had created the most enduring images of Muhammad Ali, setting the spectacular tone for both his and Ali’s careers. His 1965 and 1966 photographs of a triumphant Ali standing over Sonny Liston and a bird’s-eye view of a knocked-out Cleveland Williams are considered two of the greatest sports photographs of all time.

The indubitable champion of the boxing photography genre, Leifer has since shot almost every important fight of the last 60 years. He was ringside at the “Rumble in the Jungle,” the “Thrilla in Manila,” and “The Clash on the Dunes.” He saw the first matchup between Joe Frazier and Ali, both undefeated heavyweight champions, and Floyd Mayweather raining dollar bills on Conor McGregor at the press tour for their 2017 fight. Nobody has seen the sport and its spectacle through more revealing eyes, from black-and-white images of the old Madison Square Garden to pay-per-view Las Vegas pyrotechnics. In 2014, Leifer became the only photographer ever to be inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame. With hundreds of his finest photographs, an introduction ­assembled from the best boxing columns of the era by famed journalist Gay Talese, and incisive captions from sports writer Gabriel Schechter, detailing the pageantry, personalities, and action inside the ring, Leifer. Boxing. 60 Years of Fights and Fighters is the culmination of Leifer’s unprecedented achievement, his lasting legacy to the sport he loves.

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Neil Leifer (left) with Muhammad Ali at LIFE magazine’s New York studio, 1966.


ALI INVENTS THE DOUBLE-CLUTCH SHUFFLE, 1966

Edition of 40 Two panels, each h 80 × w 165 cm (31.5 × 65 in.) Signed by Neil Leifer


Neil Leifer Pays Tribute to the Legendary Muhammad Ali

THE MOUTH THAT ROARED, 1970

Edition of 40 h 100 × w 100 cm (39.4 × 39.4 in.) Signed by Neil Leifer

ALI VS. BUGNER, 1973


ALI VS. LISTON II, 1965

ALI VS. FOLLEY, 1967

Classic photographs, each in an edition of 40Â signed dye-sublimation prints on ChromaLuxe aluminum panels, ready to hang.


ALI VS. PATTERSON I, 1965

ALI VICTORIOUS, ALI VS. LISTON II, 1965

Powerful, nuanced, and adept at finding openings others would never see: the unmistakable Leifer touch!


ALI VS. FOSTER, 1972

Edition of 40 h 100 × w 100 cm (39.4 × 39.4 in.) Signed by Neil Leifer

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CLAY VS. LISTON I, 1964


Limited Edition Bags and Scarves by Ai Weiwei


CATS AND DOGS


AI WEIWEI. THE CHINA BAG Edition of 2,500 64.5 × 47 cm (25.4 × 18.5 in.)

ZODIAC


Wearable Work of Art

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Papercutting is a traditional Chinese art going back 2,000 years. The colored, intricately cut papers are used as a storytelling medium in festivities, for prayers, and as everyday decoration. 37


HAIRCUT

CITIZENS’ INVESTIGATION


CATS AND DOGS

The bags and scarves take their motifs from papercuts created by Ai Weiwei as part of his Papercut Portfolio, published by TASCHEN in 2019.

All images courtesy of Ai Weiwei studio.

AI WEIWEI. THE SILK SCARF Edition of 2,500 90 × 90 cm (35.4 × 35.4 in.)


“Can’t wrap your head around the Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei? Wrap it in his twill silk scarf instead.” theartnewspaper.com


The Making of Helmut Newton’s

SUMO


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Photo: © Alice Springs / Maconochie Photography


Previous: June and Helmut Newton outside TASCHEN’s head­quarters, Cologne, 1999.

Over a period of two years, Helmut Newton and Benedikt Taschen exchanged letters, faxes, and phone calls to work out the details of the SUMO pro­duc­tion. At some point, not amused by the prospect of having to sign the entire print run of 10,000 copies, Newton tried to wrestle out of the agreement, suggesting to “maybe sign a few dozen” printing sheets.

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Helmut Newton checks a printing sheet during Frankfurt Book Fair, 1999.


“That book was an outrageous idea— totally crazy!” Helmut Newton


Helmut Newton, Benedikt Taschen, and auctioneer Simon de Pury after the auction of SUMO copy number one, signed by over 100 celebrities portrayed in the book. At 620,000 deutschmarks it made the world record price for a book published in the 20th century, Berlin, 2000. Photo by Alice Springs. © The Helmut Newton Estate / Maconochie Photography; © Alice Springs / Maconochie Photography

Benedikt Taschen with the handmade dummy of SUMO when first present­ing his idea of producing a gigantic book to a stunned Helmut and June Newton in his suite at the Sunset Marquis Hotel, Hollywood, 1997. Photo by Helmut Newton.

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At 620,000 deutschmarks SUMO made the world record price for a book published in the 20th century.


Exhibition view from Helmut Newton SUMO at the Helmut Newton Foundation, Berlin, 2009. Photo by Gerhard Kassner.


SUMO: A Landmark Revisited by Philippe Garner

Karl Lagerfeld, Paris, 1992. Rue Aubriot, Yves Saint Laurent, French Vogue, Paris, 1975. Following: Villa d’Este, Lake Como, Italy, 1975. 52 

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Helmut always demonstrated a healthy disdain for easy or predictable solutions. SUMO—a bold and, certainly within the traditions of photography, an unprecedented publishing venture—was an irresistible project. The idea of a spectacular compendium of images, reproduced to exceptional page size and to state-of-the-art origination and printing standards, emerged from an open, exploratory dialogue between photographer and publisher. Helmut liked to probe possibilities, ever eager to rethink the ways in which he could develop and extend the all-important interface between his work and his audience. The magazine page had been the constant on which he had built his career; from the mid-1970s, books and exhibitions offered further opportunities, allowing him to exploit more extended picture sequences and significant changes of print scale. Here, with the physically commanding SUMO, weighing in—boxed and shrink-wrapped—at 35.4 kilos, Helmut created, at the close of the 20th century, a landmark book that would stand head and shoulders above anything that had been attempted conceptually or technically before. SUMO, complete with its bespoke lectern, set an ambitious new standard—a book with the dimension of a private exhibition. SUMO might also be interpreted as a triumph of another order, with a very particular political and cultural significance that made it a singularly emotive and gratifying achievement. For here was a forceful statement, implicit rather than baldly stated—and all the stronger for that— confirming the authority of an unusually gifted individual’s perspective and emphatically marking his determination to engage an audience on his terms—in short, a statement about freedom of expression. Helmut ranks among the foremost figurative artists of his era. A social commentator of exceptional insight, his was a distinct and surprising sensibility—perverse, with a sharp and insistent curiosity, perfectly leavened by wry humour. Helmut’s talent was uniquely personal and he had the ability to turn into a valuable creative resource everything that he experienced, including the turmoil of those formative years in which brutal and traumatic political realities disrupted all that had been agreeable and stable in his life. An at-first reluctant exile, he adapted imaginatively to his itinerant destiny. Helmut developed a finely calibrated sensitivity to the atmosphere of place and to everything he observed—­ notably to the subtleties of social codes and rituals and to the visual language of seduction and of style. He took inspiration from his nostalgic fondness for the evocative symbols of old Europe, the Europe of his youth; and he embraced with fascination the vulgar New Babylons of the U.S., particularly Los Angeles. As he matured, he learned to use that matchless eye and twisted perception to create a body of work that is to its age as significant a document as are, for instance, the satirical caricatures of William Hogarth to the excesses of 18th-century Britain, the drawings of Honoré Daumier to the social nuances of French life in the mid-19th century or the savage visual dissections of George Grosz to the decadence of that very Berlin into which Helmut was born. Helmut truly found his form once he settled in Paris. There, he defined for himself a creative role within a chic high Bohemia, the milieu of interlinked friends and professional associates in the worlds of fashion, the media and the arts that was the stimulating crucible for his


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“To the question: ‘What people do you like to photograph?’ my answer is: ‘Those I love, those I admire and those I hate.’ ”

Photos pp. 52–57: Helmut Newton © The Helmut Newton Estate / Maconochie Photography

Helmut Newton

work. In his rue Aubriot studio in the 1970s, he stored his ­Kodachrome transparencies in small cabinets labelled “Fashion”, “Erotic subjects” and “Portraits mondains”; but of course his genius was to wilfully blur these distinctions, building a multilayered social portrait in which subtle allusions and telling undercurrents lent every picture ­intrigue and reverberation. Helmut travelled widely, but always carried with him the precious and poignant memories of his native Germany; and these feelings drew him back with increasing ­regularity to the country and culture that had shaped him. There was an irresistible logic in the fact that the four issues of Helmut Newton’s Illustrated that he produced between 1985 and 1995 should take their inspiration from then-new photo-illustrated journals that had inspired him in the 1930s. Germany could boast a long and significant tradition in the story of publishing, since the flowering of printing in the pioneering era of Johannes Gutenberg; and Helmut had, at first hand, witnessed its tragic corollary with the repression and the book burning of the Nazis. This observation calls to mind Helmut’s cool-headed response some years ago to the report that a lecture he had been invited to deliver to a university audience would be disrupted by a group of students planning to throw raw meat at this speaker, whose work they were only prepared to perceive through the prism of their own rigid prejudices. Helmut’s judicious opening remarks situated him immediately as one who was lucky to have escaped the increasingly vicious purges of the late 1930s and who had surely earned the right to freedom of artistic expression—and the right, as a working photographer, to challenge and to provoke. The student anger was defused and by the end of his talk all were ready to offer up their resounding applause for an artist with the courage and tenacity to pursue his creative instinct to the full and who, through his witty, sophisticated and confrontational images, was determined to throw down the gauntlet against the mediocre, the safe and the superficial. SUMO, appropriately published in Germany, has made its memorable statement as a piece of photo-book history.

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BABY SUMO, the ultimate collectible: Published in a limited edition of 10,000 numbered copies, it is exactly half the size of the famous 1999 original. Created on the occasion of Helmut Newton’s 100th birthday and TASCHEN’s 40th anniversary.

HELMUT NEWTON. BABY SUMO Edited and revised by June Newton Edition of 10,000 numbered copies 74 cm (29.2 in.) (height of book on stand) 464 pages BABY SUMO comes with a stainless-steel bookstand designed by Philippe Starck, including a pedestal and a booklet documenting the making of this legendary publication.


Walton Ford Pancha Tantra


At first glance, Walton Ford’s life-size bestial tableaux recall the prints of 19th-century illustrators John James Audubon and Edward Lear. A closer look reveals a complex and disturbingly anthropomorphic uni­verse, full of symbols and allusions to the “operatic” quality of traditional natural history. In this stunning but sinister visual world, beasts and birds are not mere aesthetic objects but dynamic actors in allegorical struggles. In dazzling watercolor, the images impress as much for their impeccable realism as they do for their complex narratives.


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This time I had to lie on the floor and remain absolutely still. I would ruin the scene if I couldn’t control my breathing. My back was bare to the waist. I could hear a lion’s claws scratching the floor as the trainer led him in on a leash. Then I could hear another trainer whisper to Mr. De Mille, who came and knelt beside me. “I must ask you something for your own safety,” he whispered. “You’re not menstruating, are you?” “No,” I replied very softly. He stood up and said to the trainer, “We can proceed. Everything’s fine.”


Ars Gratia Artis, 2017, watercolor, gouache, and ink on paper.

Then I could hear the lion breathing near me. They put a piece of canvas on my back to keep the lion’s manicured claws from making the slightest scratch. Then they brought the lion up to me and put his paw on the canvas. Ever so slowly they pulled the canvas aside until I could feel his paw on my skin. Every hair on my head was standing on end. I could hear the camera grinding and then the crack of the trainer’s whip. Every cell in my body quivered when the animal roared. His hot breath seemed to go up and down my spine. For an instant I opened my eyes a slit. Without raising my head, I saw lines of people ringing the set, motionless absolutely silent. Among them, in his uniform, his eyes popping almost out

of his head, was Daddy. His mouth hung open with horror at the sight of his one and only child with a man holding a gun beside her and a roaring lion standing over her. It was our first glimpse of each other in five years. When the scene was over, I could tell that Mr. De Mille was ecstatic. He said we would not reshoot it. He could tell it was perfect. He said if I had any energy left, he would like me to get into the moleskin evening gown so that he could redo one or two close-ups. Then the shooting would be finished. From 1920s film star Gloria ­Swanson’s autobiography SWANSON ON SWANSON, Pocket Books, 1981. 63


Walton Ford Art Edition No. 1–100 Granary

XL WALTON FORD. PANCHA TANTRA Art Edition No. 1–100 Hardcover in slipcase, 424 pages 28 × 37.4 cm (11 × 14.7 in.) with the six plate aquatint etching Granary h 30.5 × w 22.9 cm (12 × 9 in.) on h 46.8 × w 35.5 cm (18.5 × 14 in.) Rives BFK paper Signed by Walton Ford


“Walton Ford’s draftsmanship has Dürer’s woodcut muscularity, and his ambitious compositions have the sweep of Delacroix or Géricault.” Men’s Vogue


A signed and numbered artist’s book by David Hockney, My Window follows the course of the seasons through the window of Hockney’s Yorkshire home in 120 iPhone and iPad drawings.

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my window describes flowers and the sunrise in Bridlington, East Yorkshire. I started on the iPhone in 2009 (twenty o’nine). There was great advantage in this medium because it’s backlit and I could draw in the dark. I didn’t ever have to get out of bed. Everything I needed was on the iPhone. From about April to August when the sun is in the north, if I didn’t pull the curtains or lower the venetian blind down, the sun would wake me up —at about 4:30 a.m. on 21st June. I would never have thought to do a sunrise without the iPhone. My friend John would put different flowers there every two or three days. I drew on the iPhone with my thumb, but when the iPad came out in 2010 I immediately got one from California, probably the first one in Bridlington. Ever since I’ve used the iPad, as I could draw with a stylus and get more details in.

“If you would like to be given a bouquet by Hockney, here is your chance.”

Previous: David Hockney, Los Angeles, 2020. Photo by Mark Mahaney. Above: Sketch by David Hockney of his bedroom. Left: Hockney with a copy of My Window, in his Hollywood Hills studio, 2019. 68 

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For the works of David Hockney: © 2020 David Hockney

—david hockney, 17th August 2019


David Hockney Art Edition No. 501–750 iPad drawing ‘No. 610’, 23rd December 2010

Edition of 250 8-color inkjet print on cotton-fiber archival paper h 56 × w 43.2 cm (22 × 17 in.) Signed by David Hockney

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SUMO DAVID HOCKNEY. MY WINDOW Collector’s Edition No. 1,001–2,000 Hardcover in clamshell box, 248 pages 38.5 × 50 cm (15.2 × 19.7 in.) Signed by David Hockney In this artist’s book of 120 iPhone and iPad drawings, David Hockney follows the course of the seasons through the window of his Yorkshire home. Each image depicts a fleeting moment—from the colorful sunrise and lilac morning sky to nighttime impres­sions, snow-covered branches, and the arrival of spring. Printed in large format, this is a highly perceptive and poetic body of work.


Patti Smith @ TASCHEN Beverly Hills


“I wanted to tell you about an amazing show I saw the other night. Patti Smith did a five song set at the TASCHEN bookstore in Beverly Hills. It’s easily one of the best shows I’ve ever seen. It was less than half an hour but the impact was total. It was just her and a man who played piano, guitar and also supplied backing vocals. He sang great. Ms. Smith, it was like all of the accumulated wisdom of human history was dispensed. She’s coming from a completely unique place.” Henry Rollins


XL PATTI SMITH. LYNN GOLDSMITH. BEFORE EASTER AFTER Collector’s Edition No. 201–1,500 Hardcover in clamshell box, 296 pages 26.9 × 37.3 cm (10.6 × 14.7 in.) Signed by Patti Smith and Lynn Goldsmith


Lynn Goldsmith Art Edition No. 1–100 NYC, 1977

Edition of 100 Archival pigment print on Epson Legacy Baryta paper h 46 × w 30.5 cm (18 × 12 in.) Signed by Lynn Goldsmith


Lynn Goldsmith Art Edition No. 101–200 NYC, 1976

Edition of 100 Archival pigment print on Epson Legacy Baryta paper h 46 × w 30.5 cm (18 × 12 in.) Signed by Lynn Goldsmith


“She was a paragon of cool; always with a trace of philosophy in her sensuality.” Lynn Goldsmith


Sebastião Salgado’s Portfolio of the Brazilian Gold Rush


“The mine at Serra Pelada is now closed, yet the intense drama of the gold rush leaps out of these images.� Alan Riding


XXL SEBASTIÃO SALGADO. GOLD Collector’s Edition No. 101–1,100 Hardcover in clamshell box, 196 pages 45 × 41 cm (17.7 × 16.1 in.) Signed by Sebastião Salgado


Over 300 of the greatest portraits of our time, printed big and bold.

SUMO DAVID BAILEY Collector’s Edition No. 301–3,000 Hardcover, 440 pages 50 × 70 cm (19.7 × 27.6 in.) Each edition comes with a bookstand designed by Marc Newson and a set of four book jackets featuring John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Jean Shrimpton, Mick Jagger, and Andy Warhol. Signed by David Bailey


David Bailey SUMO


The David Bailey SUMO is the culmination of the incredible career of one of the world’s greatest post-war photographers. Through penetrating pictures of the beautiful and the notorious, the idolized and the powerful, friends and family, writers, artists, and fellow photographers, Bailey presents a sweeping cultural history of the last 60 years. Featured subjects include Andy Warhol, Salvador Dalí, Nelson Mandela, Francis Bacon, Queen Elizabeth II, Zaha Hadid, the Rolling Stones, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Jack Nicholson, Robert De Niro, Brigitte Bardot, Margaret Thatcher, Helmut Newton, Kate Moss, David Hockney, and hundreds more.


David Bailey Art Edition No. 76–150 Jean Shrimpton, 1965

Edition of 75 Fiber-based silver gelatin on Ilford paper h 61 × w 51 cm (24 × 20 in.) Signed by David Bailey 90 

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David Bailey Art Edition No. 226–300 Andy Warhol, 1965

Edition of 75 Fiber-based silver gelatin on Ilford paper h 61 × w 51 cm (24 × 20 in.) Signed by David Bailey 91


Soul Power. The Beat Goes On

XXL BRUCE W. TALAMON. SOUL. R&B. FUNK. PHOTOGRAPHS 1972–1982 Hardcover in a plexiglass slipcase, 378 pages 31.5 × 44 cm (12.4 × 17.3 in.) Art Edition of 500 copies with four prints in a portfolio case Signed by Bruce W. Talamon


Bruce W. Talamon Art Edition No. 1–500 STEVIE WONDER, INGLEWOOD, CALIFORNIA, 1980

JAMES BROWN, ABC TELEVISION CENTER, CALIFORNIA, 1973


PARLIAMENT-FUNKADELIC, LOS ANGELES SPORTS ARENA, 1977

“For ten glorious years, I had the best seat in the house.” Bruce W. Talamon

THE JACKSONS, LOS ANGELES, 1976


Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Print Editions

SOLAR WIND COMPOSITION EXPERIMENT Edition of 75 h 101.6 × w 101.6 cm (40 × 40 in.)

LEFT FEW

A MAN ON THE MOON Edition of 475 h 101.6 × w 101.6 cm (40 × 40 in.)


Signed by Buzz Aldrin

FLAG ON THE MOON Edition of 150 h 101.6 × w 101.6 cm (40 × 40 in.)

INSPECTING THE EAGLE Edition of 75 h 101.6 × w 101.6 cm (40 × 40 in.)

Limited edition of 1,000 dye-sublimation prints on ChromaLuxe aluminum panel. Six different images, ready to hang.


EARTHRISE SEQUENCE Edition of 150 Diptych, h 80 Ă— w 240 cm (31.5 Ă— 94.5 in.)

On July 20, 1969, the world was transformed by a historic event of epic proportions as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took their first steps on the Moon. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, TASCHEN presents six photographs from the mission for an exclusive set of 1,000 fine-art prints signed by Buzz Aldrin.


Photographs Courtesy of NASA

Each authorized, limited edition print is signed by Buzz Aldrin.


David LaChapelle


© David LaChapelle

Lost and Found & Good News


David LaChapelle Art Edition No. 1–500


XL DAVID LACHAPELLE. LOST AND FOUND & GOOD NEWS Art Edition of 500 copies Hardcover, 554 pages total 27.8 × 35.5 cm (10.9 × 14 in.) Two volumes with three signed prints in an artist box: Archangel Uriel, 1985 h 40.5 × w 30.7 cm (16 × 12 in.) She Stood by Him till the End His Loving Friend. Elizabeth Taylor, 2002 h 26.4 × w 40.5 cm (10 × 16 in.) Earth Laughs in Flowers. Rite of Spring, 2008–2011 h 40.5 × w 31 cm (16 × 12.2 in.) Signed by David LaChapelle


The Definitive Jacques Tati

LEFT FEW THE DEFINITIVE JACQUES TATI Collector’s Edition of 112 copies Box with five volumes, 1136 pages 29.2 × 24.5 cm (11.5 × 9.6 in.)


This extensive exploration of Tati’s life and work features hundreds of photographs and film stills, the complete screenplays, interviews, original essays, and a vast selection of documents, letters, sketches, and notes spanning five volumes. As a Collector’s Edition this box also includes a build-it-yourself model of the villa from Mon Oncle, complete with figurines, a sound box, a film poster, and more.

“When you watch his films, you realize how much he knows about—and loved—human nature, and it can only be an inspiration to do the same.” David Lynch


XXL STEPHEN WILKES. DAY TO NIGHT Hardcover with two fold-outs in clamshell box, 262 pages 42 × 33 cm (16.5 × 13 in.) Signed by Stephen Wilkes


Stephen Wilkes’s Day-to-Night Portraits

Art Edition No. 1–100 Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, 2016 Edition of 100 Inkjet print on Legacy Baryta 310 smooth satin paper h 49.2 × w 67.9 cm (19.4 × 26.7 in.) Signed by Stephen Wilkes


Stephen Wilkes Art Edition No. 101–200 Grand Canyon, Arizona, 2015

Edition of 100 Inkjet print on Legacy Baryta 310 smooth satin paper, h 46 × w 76.8 cm (18.1 × 30.2 in.) Signed by Stephen Wilkes


The Tribute in Light installation on the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Flatiron District, New York, 2011.


Art Edition No. 1–100 Chiang Mai, Thailand, 2010

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Steve McCurry Turns His Lens on Creatures around the World

STEVE MCCURRY. ANIMALS Hardcover in clamshell box, 252 pages 24 × 33.3 cm (9.4 × 13.1 in.)

Edition of 100 FEW Digital C-print on FujiFlex Crystal Archive Supergloss paper, h 50.8 × w 40.6 cm (20 × 16 in.) Signed by Steve McCurry 111

LEFT


Steve McCurry Art Edition No. 101–200 Chennai, India, 1996

Edition of 100 FEW Digital C-print on FujiFlex Crystal Archive Supergloss paper, h 50.8 × w 40.6 cm (20 × 16 in.) Signed by Steve McCurry 112 

LEFT

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Mumbai, India, 2010.


Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The Floating Piers


Christo and Jeanne-Claude at the TASCHEN Store New York, 2006.


THE FLOATING PIERS Collector’s Edition No. 161–1,000 Hardcover in slipcase, with a swatch of the original dahlia yellow fabric, 846 pages 29 × 27 cm (11.4 × 10.6 in.) Signed by Christo and Wolfgang Volz

WRAPPED REICHSTAG. BERLIN 1971–1995 Collector’s Edition No. 1–5,000 Hardcover in slipcase, with piece EFT of original fabric, 700 pages EW L F 29 × 27 cm (11.4 × 10.6 in.) Signed by Christo, Jeanne-Claude, and Wolfgang Volz

THE GATES. NEW YORK CITY 1979–2005 Collector’s Edition No. 1–5,000 Hardcover in slipcase, with piece LEFT FEW of original fabric, 968 pages 29 × 27 cm (11.4 × 10.6 in.) Signed by Christo, Jeanne-Claude, and Wolfgang Volz

117


Christo and Jeanne-Claude Art Edition No. 1–1,000 Wrapped Trees. Basel 1997–1998 “The 500,000 square feet of black and white polyester mesh had to be transparent enough so that when the sun was behind the trees every branch was visible. Our fabrics are full of motion, they’re not static.” Christo and Jeanne-Claude

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WRAPPED TREES. BASEL 1997–1998 Art Edition No. 1–1,000 With Cibachrome print and piece of original fabric, 136 pages FEW 23.5 × 30 cm (9.3 × 11.8 in.) Signed by Christo, Jeanne-Claude, and Wolfgang Volz 119

LEFT


Sylvester Stallone Rocky


XXL ROCKY. THE COMPLETE FILMS Collector’s Edition No. 51–1,976 Hardcover in clamshell box with notebook facsimile, 380 pages 29 × 44 cm (11.4 × 17.3 in.) Signed by Sylvester Stallone


Neil Leifer Art Edition No. 26–50 Rocky II, 1979

“A journey into the heart of the Rocky archives that revives the myth of the inimitable Italian Stallion through the voice of its protagonist.” GQ

Edition of 25 Pigment print on Fine Art Fotorag h 50 × w 50 cm (19.7 × 19.7 in.) Signed by Neil Leifer and Sylvester Stallone


Annie Leibovitz SUMO


SUMO

LEFT FEW

ANNIE LEIBOVITZ Collector’s Edition No. 1,001–10,000 Hardcover with a bookstand by Marc Newson Available in one of four different covers 476 pages, 50 × 69 cm (19.7 × 27.2 in.) Signed by Annie Leibovitz


Take your pick! Book jacket available in four iconic shots.

Patti Smith

Keith Haring

Whoopi Goldberg

David Byrne

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Annie Leibovitz Art Edition No. 1–1,000 Keith Haring (contact sheet), New York City, 1986

Edition of 1,000 Leather-bound with all four book jackets Archival pigment print on Canson Platin h 51 × w 51 cm (20 × 20 in.) Signed by Annie Leibovitz 127


David Hockney SUMO SUMO DAVID HOCKNEY. A BIGGER BOOK Collector’s Edition No. 1,001–10,000 Hardcover, 498 pages, 50 × 70 cm (19.7 × 27.6 in.) With a 680-page chronology book and an adjustable bookstand designed by Marc Newson Signed by David Hockney Art Editions No. 1–1,000 are sold out.


Murals of Tibet SUMO


Signed by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama


“A significant contribution not just to Asian art, but to the humanities.� Maxwell K. Hearn The Metropolitan Museum of Art


SUMO THOMAS LAIRD. MURALS OF TIBET Collector’s Edition No. 81–998 Hardcover, 498 pages 50 × 70 cm (19.7 × 27.6 in.) With a modular bookstand designed by Shigeru Ban and an illustrated 528-page scholarly companion book.


How a TASCHEN Book Is Made


Behind the scenes of our production process and the challenges of creating some of the biggest books in the world.


“TASCHEN has turned the book as collectible sculptural object from avant-garde oddity into luxury commodity.”


During the binding process, the book block is pressed several times at different stages. The sewing of the book block is a semiautomatic process. For oversized books, the quality of a machine-sewn book block is s ­ uperior to one that is hand-sewn. This one-of-a-kind ­machine can sew signatures measuring up to 70 cm (27.5 in.) in height. Mauro Loce, director of the bindery, presents the final art edition of Ferrari, which comes with a bookstand d ­ esigned by Marc Newson.

The leather application on the case is done by hand. The socalled Oxford hollow is added to strengthen the spine. Finishing touch: the iconic Cavallino emblem is applied to the book’s cover.

The signatures (sheets of paper printed and folded) of the books are gathered manually.


“Superlatives lose their luster, their power, and their meaning in describing TASCHEN’s latest triumph... A veritable bible of everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the vision of a little boy named Enzo Anselmo Ferrari.” Force One


XXL FERRARI Collector’s Edition No. 251–1,947 Each signed by Piero Ferrari Leather cover, in an aluminum engine-inspired case designed by Marc Newson 514 pages, 32.4 x 43.2 cm (12.8 x 17 in.) Art Editions No. 1–250 are sold out.


Two Legendary Collaborations: The Stan Lee Story Publication price 2018: $ 1,500

Value today: $ 5,000


“TASCHEN books are almost designed to be collectible. It’s very common for a TASCHEN book to gain value almost instantly.” Richard Davies, AbeBooks, the world’s most popular platform for antiquarian books


The Rise of David Bowie


Publication price 2015: $ 700

Value today: $ 4,000


London Claridge’s


“An interior so expertly curated you’ll want to move in.” GQ


Brussels


TASCHEN Stores Berlin Beverly Hills Brussels Cologne Hollywood Hong Kong

London Madrid Miami Milan Paris Tokyo

Visit us online at taschen.com


All titles


2020, Ai Weiwei China Bag Cats and Dogs (red)

Edition of 2,500

2020, Ai Weiwei China Bag Zodiac (white)

$ 500

2020, Ai Weiwei Scarf Cats and Dogs (red)

Edition of 2,500

$ 500

2020, Ai Weiwei Scarf Citizens’ Investigation (black)

$ 300

2020, Ai Weiwei Scarf Haircut (blue)

Edition of 2,500 2019, Ai Weiwei. The Papercut Portfolio

Edition of 2,500

$ 300

2014, Ai Weiwei

SOLD OUT

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

Edition of 2,500

$ 3,000

Edition of 250  +  24 APs 2014, Ai Weiwei. Art Edition

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 300

SOLD OUT

$ 40,000

SOLD OUT

$ 25,000


2011, The Pedro Almodóvar Archives Art Edition

FEW LEFT

2014, Darren Almond. Fullmoon Art Edition Moonbow

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Edition of 500  +  50 APs 2014, Darren Almond. Fullmoon Art Edition Porto Mosquito

$ 1,000

SOLD OUT BABY

Edition of 60  +  15 APs 2014, Darren Almond. Fullmoon Art Edition Horseshoe Bend

SUMO

Edition of 60  +  15 APs 2018, Ando. Complete Works 1975–Today Art Edition Walter de Maria, Naoshima

Edition of 100  +  10 APs

SOLD OUT BABY

SUMO

$ 4,000

SOLD OUT

$ 1,500

2019, Buzz Aldrin. Apollo 11 Earthrise Sequence

Edition of 150

$ 4,000

Edition of 60  +  15 APs 2010, Tadao Ando. Art Edition

Edition of 300  +  30 APs

$ 4,000

SOLD OUT

$ 3,000

2019, Buzz Aldrin. Apollo 11 A Man on the Moon

$ 7,500

Edition of 475

$ 4,500 New price 2021: $ 6,000


2019, Buzz Aldrin. Apollo 11 Inspecting the Eagle

2019, Buzz Aldrin. Apollo 11 Flag on the Moon

Edition of 150 2019, Buzz Aldrin. Apollo 11 Lunar Module Ascent

Edition of 75  +  10 APs 2012, Nobuyoshi Araki. Bondage

Edition of 845 +  150 APs 2012, Nobuyoshi Araki. Bondage Art Edition Untitled, 1992

Edition of 50  +  10 APs

$ 4,500 New price 2021: $ 6,000

SOLD OUT

$ 4,500

FEW LEFT

$ 1,250 New price 2021: $ 1,500

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000

Edition of 75 2019, Buzz Aldrin. Apollo 11 Solar Wind Composition Experiment

Edition of 75 2012, Nobuyoshi Araki. Bondage Art Edition Untitled, 1990

Edition of 50 +  10 APs 2012, Nobuyoshi Araki. Bondage Art Edition Untitled, 1994

Edition of 50  +  10 APs

$ 4,500 New price 2021: $ 6,000

FEW LEFT

$ 4,500 New price 2021: $ 6,000

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

SOLD OUT

$ 3,500


2002, Araki

BABY

2019, David Bailey

SUMO SUMO

Edition of 2,500  +  200 APs 2019, David Bailey. Art Edition John Lennon and Paul McCartney, 1965

Edition of 75  +  10 APs 2019, David Bailey. Art Edition Mick Jagger, 1964

Edition of 75  +  10 APs 2017, James Baldwin. The Fire Next Time Photographs by Steve Schapiro

Edition of 1,813  +  220 APs

$ 4,000

SOLD OUT

$ 15,000

SOLD OUT

$ 15,000

SOLD OUT

$ 1,250

Edition of 2,700  +  260 APs

$ 3,000

2019, David Bailey. Art Edition Jean Shrimpton, 1965

Edition of 75  +  10 APs

$ 12,500

2019, David Bailey. Art Edition Andy Warhol, 1965

Edition of 75  +  10 APs 2017, James Baldwin. The Fire Next Time Art Edition Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Edition of 50  +  10 APs

$ 12,500

SOLD OUT

$ 1,750


2017, James Baldwin. The Fire Next Time Art Edition James Baldwin

SOLD OUT

$ 3,000

Edition of 50  +  10 APs 2010, Shigeru Ban Complete Works 1985–2010. Art Edition

SOLD OUT

Edition of 50  +  10 APs

Edition of 50  +  5 APs

SOLD OUT

2006, Peter Beard Art Edition Fayel Tall

SOLD OUT

$ 3,000

SOLD OUT

1991, Georg Baselitz

$ 3,000

Edition of 200  +  20 APs 2006, Peter Beard

2017, James Baldwin. The Fire Next Time Art Edition Selma March

$ 4,000

BABY

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BABY

SUMO

$ 12,500

Edition of 2,250  +  200 APs 2006, Peter Beard Art Edition 965 Elephants

SOLD OUT

Edition of 125  +  15 APs 2012, Harry Benson. The Beatles

$ 25,000

FEW LEFT

BABY

SUMO

Edition of 125  +  15 APs

$ 25,000

Edition of 1,764  +  200 APs

$ 1,000 New price 2021: $ 1,500


2012, Harry Benson. The Beatles Art Edition George V Hotel Suite

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2012, James Bond Archives. Golden Edition Goldfinger by Sir Ken Adams

Edition of 250  +  20 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000

SOLD OUT

$ 3,500

2017, Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The Floating Piers. Art Edition

Edition of 20

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2012, James Bond Archives. Golden Edition You Only Live Twice by Sir Ken Adams

Edition of 250  +  20 APs 2017, Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The Floating Piers. Art Edition

2017, Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The Floating Piers

Edition of 840  +  380 APs

2012, Harry Benson. The Beatles Art Edition Cassius Clay

$ 1,250

SOLD OUT

$ 35,000

Edition of 20  +  20 APs 2017, Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The Floating Piers. Art Edition

Edition of 20

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000

SOLD OUT

$ 3,500

SOLD OUT

$ 35,000

SOLD OUT

$ 35,000


SOLD OUT

2017, Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The Floating Piers. Art Edition

Edition of 100

$ 5,500

2010, Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Art Edition Project for Jewelry on Jeanne-Claude’s Hand

Edition of 94  +  10 APs 1999, Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Wrapped Trees. Basel 1997–1998

Edition of 1,000  +  300 APs 1996, Christo. Wrapped Reichstag. Berlin 1971–1995

Edition of 5,000

SOLD OUT

$ 5,500

FEW LEFT

$ 700

FEW LEFT

$ 1,000 New price 2021: $ 1,250

SOLD OUT

2010, Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Edition of 1,000  +  400 APs

$ 3,500

2005, Christo and Jeanne-Claude. The Gates

Edition of 5,000  +  800 APs 1998, Christo and Jeanne-Claude. Umbrellas Japan/USA 1984–1991

Edition of 2,500 1996, Christo. Wrapped Reichstag. Berlin 1971–1995. Art Edition

Edition of 100

FEW LEFT

$ 1,000 New price 2021: $ 1,250

SOLD OUT

$ 1,500

SOLD OUT

$ 3,000


2006, William Claxton. Jazzlife Art Edition with four prints

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs 2020, Anton Corbijn. Depeche Mode Art Edition SOFAD, London, 1992

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

FEW LEFT

$ 2,500

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000

2014, Robert Crumb. Sketchbooks, 1964–1982 with print Gurls! Sex!

Edition of 1,000  +  50 APs 2007, Robert Crumb’s Sex Obsessions

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

2020, Anton Corbijn. Depeche Mode

SOLD OUT

Edition of 1,786  +  200 APs 2020, Anton Corbijn. Depeche Mode Art Edition SOTU, New York, 2008

$ 2,000

SOLD OUT

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 4,000

2012, Robert Crumb. Sketchbooks, 1982–2011 with print The Little Guy That Lives Inside My Brain

$ 1,000

FEW LEFT

$ 1,000

Edition of 1,000  +  50 APs 2005, Hunter S. Thompson & Ralph Steadman. The Curse of Lono

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

$ 1,000

SOLD OUT

$ 2,000


2008, Josef H. Darchinger. Wirtschaftswunder

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs 2008, Studio Olafur Eliasson. An Encyclopedia

Edition of 200  +  50 APs 2012, Fashion Designers A–Z. Diane von Furstenberg Edition

Edition of 1,000  +  50 APs 2012, Fashion Designers A–Z. Missoni Edition

Edition of 2,000  +  50 APs

FEW LEFT

$ 1,000

SOLD OUT

$ 5,000

SOLD OUT

$ 600

SOLD OUT

$ 600

2016, The Walt Disney Film Archives. The Animated Movies 1921–1968

Edition of 2,500  +  100 APs 2012, Fashion Designers A–Z. Akris Edition

Edition of 2,000  +  50 APs 2012, Fashion Designers A–Z. Etro Edition

Edition of 2,000  +  50 APs 2012, Fashion Designers A–Z. Prada Edition

Edition of 2,000  +  50 APs

$ 500 New price 2021: $ 600

FEW LEFT

$ 500

FEW LEFT

$ 500

SOLD OUT

$ 600


2012, Fashion Designers A–Z. Stella McCartney Edition

FEW LEFT

Edition of 2,000  +  50 APs

$ 500

2018, Ferrari. Art Edition

SOLD OUT

$ 60,000

Edition of 250  +  20 APs 2007, Walton Ford. Pancha Tantra

2018, Ferrari

Edition of 1,697  +  180 APs

$ 6,000

2020, Walton Ford. Pancha Tantra Art Edition Granary

$ 9,500

Edition of 100  +  30 APs 2007, Walton Ford. Pancha Tantra Art Edition Limed Blossoms

BABY

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BABY

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Edition of 1,500  +  200 APs

$ 2,000

2009, Ralph Gibson. Nude

FEW LEFT

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

$ 1,250

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2009, Ralph Gibson. Nude Art Edition Chicago Nude

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 15,000

SOLD OUT

$ 3,000


2009, Ralph Gibson. Nude Art Edition Blinds

SOLD OUT

2016, HR Giger

FEW LEFT BABY

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Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2016, HR Giger Art Edition Relief  +  Photogravure

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 1998, HR  Giger. wwwHRGigercom (German edition)

Edition of 277

$ 3,000

Edition of 1,000  +  180 APs

FEW LEFT

2016, HR Giger Art Edition Relief Untitled

$ 3,000 New price 2021: $ 4,000

FEW LEFT

$ 1,000 New price 2021: $ 1,250

1998, HR  Giger. Hologramm

Edition of 23

$ 2,000 New price 2021: $ 2,500

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

2018, Françoise Gilot. Sketchbooks Art Edition Indian Soul, 2017

2018, Françoise Gilot. Sketchbooks Art Edition La Salute, Venice, 2017

Edition of 60  +  10 APs

Edition of 100

$ 900 New price 2021: $ 1,250

$ 2,500

Edition of 60  +  10 APs

$ 2,500


2018, Françoise Gilot. Sketchbooks Art Edition Music in Senegal, 2017

SOLD OUT

Edition of 60  +  10 APs 2015, Gisele Bündchen. Art Edition Jürgen Teller Gisele Bündchen, W, 2005

$ 3,500

SOLD OUT

$ 3,500

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2019, Patti Smith. Lynn Goldsmith. Before Easter After Art Edition NYC, 1977

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

2015, Gisele Bündchen

Edition of 900  +  200 APs

$ 2,000

2019, Patti Smith. Lynn Goldsmith. Before Easter After

Edition of 1,300  +  100 APs

$ 700

2019, Patti Smith. Lynn Goldsmith. Before Easter After Art Edition NYC, 1976

$ 1,750

2004, GOAT. Collector’s Edition with print by Jeff Koons

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2004, GOAT. Champ’s Edition with multiple by Jeff Koons and 4 prints by Howard Bingham

SUMO

Edition of 9,000  +  200 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

$ 1,750

FEW LEFT SUMO

Edition of 1,000  +  25 APs

$ 15,000


2006, LeRoy Grannis. Surf Photography

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs 2008, Naomi Harris. America Swings

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 1,500

FEW LEFT

$ 700

2008, Naomi Harris. America Swings Art Edition Barbecue

Edition of 50  +  10 APs

Edition of 200  +  20 APs 2008, Naomi Harris. America Swings Art Edition Viking

Edition of 50  +  10 APs 2009, Hugh Hefner’s Playboy

$ 1,500

Edition of 1,500  +  100 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 5,000

FEW LEFT

$ 1,500

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000

2013, Her Majesty. Vivienne Westwood Edition Royal Departure by Harry Benson

2013, Her Majesty. Vivienne Westwood Edition Royal Greeting by Harry Benson

Edition of 500  +  50 APs

2010, Zaha Hadid. Complete Works 1979–2009 Art Edition

$ 1,000

Edition of 500  +  50 APs

$ 1,000


2020, David Hockney. My Window

2020, David Hockney. My Window Art Edition No. 535, 28th June 2009

SOLD OUT

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SUMO

Edition of 1,000  +  40 APs 2020, David Hockney. My Window Art Edition No. 281, 23rd July 2010

Edition of 250  +  10 APs 2020, David Hockney. My Window Art Edition No. 778, 17th April 2011

$ 2,000

SOLD OUT

$ 17,500

SOLD OUT

Edition of 250  +  10 APs

$ 17,500

2020, David Hockney. My Window Art Edition No. 610, 23rd December 2010

Edition of 250  +  10 APs

$ 12,000

2016, David Hockney. A Bigger Book

SUMO

Edition of 250  +  10 APs 2016, David Hockney Art Edition Untitled, 329

Edition of 250  +  10 APs

$ 17,500

SOLD OUT

$ 20,000

Edition of 9,000  +  60 APs 2016, David Hockney Art Edition Untitled, 346

Edition of 250  +  10 APs

$ 3,000 New price 2021: $ 3,500

SOLD OUT

$ 20,000


2016, David Hockney Art Edition Untitled, 468

Edition of 250  +  10 APs 2009, Dennis Hopper. Photographs 1961–1967

Edition of 1,500  +  225 APs 2000, Friedensreich Hundertwasser

Edition of 10,000  +  400 APs 1991, Martin Kippenberger (Ashtray Kippenberger)

Edition of 50

SOLD OUT

$ 17,500

SOLD OUT

$ 2,000

SOLD OUT

$ 1,250

FEW LEFT

$ 10,000

2016, David Hockney Art Edition Untitled, 516

Edition of 250  +  10 APs 2009, Dennis Hopper. Photographs 1961–1967 Art Edition Biker Couple

Edition of 100  +  25 APs 1991, Martin Kippenberger (Ashtray Baselitz)

Edition of 7 2008, Jeff Koons

Edition of 1,500  +  180 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 17,500

SOLD OUT

$ 14,000

SOLD OUT

$ 10,000

SOLD OUT

$ 4,500


2008, Jeff Koons. Art Edition

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2016, Daniel Kramer. Bob Dylan. Art Edition Bob Dylan with Dark Glasses, NYC

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 1998, Eric Kroll. Fetish Girls

Edition of 100 2014, The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001’ Art Edition Moon Pit Ramp by Brian Sanders

Edition of 250  +  20 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 16,000

SOLD OUT

$ 3,000

FEW LEFT

$ 1,800

SOLD OUT

$ 2,000

2016, Daniel Kramer. Bob Dylan. A Year and a Day

Edition of 1,765  +  200 APs 2016, Daniel Kramer. Bob Dylan. Art Edition Bob Dylan: Columbia Records, Studio A

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2014, The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2oo1: A Space Odyssey’

Edition of 1,000  +  160 APs 2014, The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001’ Art Edition Revolving Camera by Brian Sanders

Edition of 250  +  20 APs

FEW LEFT

$ 1,000

FEW LEFT

$ 2,000

SOLD OUT

$ 1,250

FEW LEFT

$ 1,500


SOLD OUT

2009, Stanley Kubrick’s Napoleon

Edition of 1,000  +  100 APs

$ 3,000

2006, David LaChapelle. Artists & Prostitutes

SOLD OUT

2018, David LaChapelle. Lost and Found & Good News Art Edition with three prints

Edition of 500  +  50 APs

$ 2,500

FEW LEFT

1997, Frans Lanting. Eye to Eye

BABY

SUMO

$ 4,500

Edition of 2,500  +  200 APs 2014, Annie Leibovitz Keith Haring (4 different covers available)

FEW LEFT

$ 700

Edition of 1,500 2014, Annie Leibovitz Art Edition Keith Haring

SUMO

Edition of 9,000  +  200 APs

$ 3,000 New price 2021: $ 3,500

$ 5,000 New price 2021: $ 6,000

2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali Invents the Double-Clutch Shuffle, 1966

2020, Neil Leifer. Boxing

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

Edition of 1,000  +  100 APs

$ 1,000

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

$ 8,000


2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali vs. Patterson I, 1965

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali vs. Folley, 1967

$ 4,000

2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Clay vs. Liston I, 1964

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

$ 4,000

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

$ 4,000

2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Art Edition The Mouth That Roared, 1970

$ 4,000

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

$ 4,000

2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali The Champ’s Corner, Ali vs. Lyle, 1975

2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali vs. Foster, 1972

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

$ 4,000

2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali Victorious, Ali vs. Liston II, 1965

2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Art Edition Ali vs. Liston II, 1965

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

$ 4,000

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

$ 4,000


2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Ali vs. Young, 1976

2020, Neil Leifer. Homage to Ali Fit for a King, Ali vs. Bugner, 1973

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

$ 4,000

2008, Neil Leifer. Guts & Glory. The Golden Age of American Football, 1958-1978

Edition of 1,500  +  200 APs

FEW LEFT

$ 700 New price 2021: $ 1,000

2008, Neil Leifer. Guts & Glory Art Edition Alan Ameche

Edition of 100  +  10 APs

$ 4,000

2008, Neil Leifer. Guts & Glory Art Edition Johnny Unitas

Edition of 100  +  10 APs

$ 1,800 New price 2021: $ 2,000

2007, Neil Leifer. The Golden Age of Baseball

$ 1,800

SOLD OUT

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

$ 1,250 

2012, London. Portrait of a City. Paul Smith Edition Traffic Policeman by Elmar Ludwig

2012, London. Portrait of a City. Paul Smith Edition Piccadilly Circus by Elmar Ludwig

Edition of 500  +  50 500 APs

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

$ 850

Edition of 500  +  50 APs

$ 850


2016, Mad Men. Script Edition with a print by Brian Sanders

Edition of 500  + 50 APs

$ 850

FEW LEFT

2016, Norman Mailer. The Fight

Edition of 1,724  +  200 APs

$ 700 New price 2021: $ 1,000

2016, Norman Mailer. The Fight. Art Edition Neil Leifer Foreman Being Counted Out

Edition of 125  +  20 APs 2011, Norman Mailer.  Bert Stern. Marilyn Monroe. Art Edition Scarf

Edition of 125  +  20 APs

SOLD OUT

2016, Mad Men. Signed Pilot Edition with a print by Brian Sanders

SOLD OUT

$ 2,000

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000

Edition of 12  +  4 APs

$ 8,000

2016, Norman Mailer. The Fight. Art Edition Neil Leifer Ali Glaring at Foreman

Edition of 125  +  20 APs

$ 1,800 New price 2021: $ 2,000

2011, Norman Mailer. Bert Stern. Marilyn Monroe

Edition of 1,712  +  160 APs 2011, Norman Mailer. Bert Stern. Marilyn Monroe. Art Edition Contacts

Edition of 125  +  20 APs

$ 1,300

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000


2009, Norman Mailer. MoonFire

Edition of 1,957  +  200 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 4,500

2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,958: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

SOLD

Unique

€ 60,000

2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,959: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

SOLD

2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,960: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

SOLD

Unique

€ 75,000

Unique

€ 75,000

2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,961: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

SOLD

2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,962: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

SOLD

Unique

€ 75,000

Unique

€ 75,000

2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,963: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

SOLD

2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,964: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

SOLD

Unique

€ 95,000

Unique

€ 95,000


2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,965: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

Unique

SOLD

€ 125,000

2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,967: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

Unique

2019, Linda McCartney. The Polaroid Diaries

Edition of 376  +  80 APs

SOLD

Unique

€ 167,000

2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,968: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

Price on request

Unique 1996, Will McBride. My Sixties

2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,969: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

Unique

2009, Norman Mailer. Marc Newson No. 1,966: MoonFire Lunar Rock Edition

Price on request

SOLD OUT

$ 2,500

Edition of 100 2019, Linda McCartney. The Polaroid Diaries Art Edition Location unknown, 1970s

Edition of 62  +  10 APs

Price on request

SOLD OUT

$ 1,000

SOLD OUT

$ 5,000


2019, Linda McCartney. The Polaroid Diaries Art Edition Sussex, England, 1980s

Edition of 62  +  10 APs 2011, Linda McCartney. Life in Photographs Art Edition Horse

Edition of 125  +  20 APs 2019, Steve McCurry. Animals Art Edition Chang Mai, Thailand, 2010

Edition of 100  +  30 APs 1996, Richard Meier

Edition of 100

FEW LEFT

$ 5,000

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

FEW LEFT

$ 2,500

SOLD OUT

$ 2,500

2011, Linda McCartney. Life in Photographs

Edition of 750  +  160 APs

$ 4,000

2011, Linda McCartney. Life in Photographs Art Edition Paul

Edition of 125  +  20 APs 2019, Steve McCurry. Animals Art Edition Chennai, India, 1996

Edition of 100  +  30 APs 2017, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT

$ 8,500

FEW LEFT

$ 2,500

FEW LEFT

$ 1,000 New price 2021: $ 1,250


2017, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott Art Edition Kate Moss

Edition of 125  +  20 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000

2017, Beatriz Milhazes

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

$ 1,250

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

2016, Michael Muller. Sharks

$ 900

2016, Michael Muller. Sharks Art Edition Tear You Apart

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

Edition of 125  +  20 APs 2017, Beatriz Milhazes Art Edition Mango and Passion Fruit

2016, Issey Miyake

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

2017, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott Art Edition Lara Stone

Edition of 1,000  +  50 APs

$ 1,500

2016, Michael Muller. Sharks Art Edition Under Study

$ 3,000

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 3,000


2018, Thomas Laird. Murals of Tibet Art Edition Buddha Shakyamuni, Gyantse Kumbum

2018, Thomas Laird. Murals of Tibet

SOLD OUT

SUMO

Edition of 918  +  82 APs

$ 12,000

FEW LEFT

2018, Thomas Laird. Murals of Tibet Art Edition Green Tara, Gyantse Kumbum

Edition of 40  +  8 APs

$ 30,000

2015, Naomi Campbell. Art Edition Jean-Paul Goude ‘Harper’s Bazaar’

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

2017, Marvin E. Newman

Edition of 700  +  160 APs

Edition of 40  +  8 APs 2016, Naomi Campbell. Multiple by Allen Jones

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs 2015, Naomi Campbell. Art Edition Paolo Roversi ‘Vogue Italy’

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 42,000

SOLD OUT

$ 3,000

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

2017, Marvin E. Newman Art Edition Coney Island, 1953

$ 500 New price 2021: $ 750

Edition of 75  +  10 APs

$ 1,500


2017, Marvin E. Newman Art Edition Broadway, 1954

2017, Marvin E. Newman Art Edition Broadway, Believe It, 1958

$ 1,500

Edition of 75  +  10 APs

Edition of 75  +  10 APs

$ 1,500

2012, Marc Newson. Works

2017, Marvin E. Newman Art Edition 42nd Street, 1983

$ 1,500

Edition of 75  +  10 APs

FEW LEFT

2012, Marc Newson. Works Art Edition

$ 6,000

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

SOLD OUT

1999, Helmut Newton’s SUMO

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

$ 1,000 New price 2021: $ 1,250

2020, Helmut Newton. BABY SUMO

BABY

SUMO

Edition of 10,000 2008, Jean Nouvel. Complete Works 1970–2008

$ 1,500

FEW LEFT

SUMO

Edition of 10,000  +  200 APs

$ 25,000

Edition of 1,000  +  300 APs

$ 1,500


2018, Albert Oehlen Screenprint Untitled, 2018

Edition of 100  +  10 APs

FEW LEFT

$ 7,500

2009, Albert Oehlen

Edition of 1,000  +  80 APs 1995, Albert Oehlen

Edition of 170 2018, Piano. Complete Works 1966–Today Art Edition Menil Collection Foundation, Houston

Edition of 200  +  20 APs

2018, Albert Oehlen. Artist book

Edition of 25 unique books

SOLD OUT

$ 25,000

2009, Albert Oehlen. Art Edition

$ 1,500

SOLD OUT

$ 1,000

SOLD OUT

$ 2,000

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 1995, Albert Oehlen. Gold Box

Edition of 25 2000, Pierre & Gilles

Edition of 110

$ 5,000

SOLD OUT

$ 18,000

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000


2015, Pirelli . The Calendar. 50 Years and More

SOLD OUT

2010, Emilio Pucci Vintage Art Edition with four prints

SOLD OUT

BABY

SUMO

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

$ 5,000

2010, Neo Rauch

Edition of 1,000  +  80 APs

2010, Neo Rauch Art Edition Heimkehr

$ 1,500

2015, Bettina Rheims

Edition of 800  +  200 APs 2015, Bettina Rheims Art Edition Marthe, 1987

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

Edition of 500  +  100 APs

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2015, Bettina Rheims Art Edition Lara, 2008

$ 700 New price 2021: $ 1,000

FEW LEFT

$ 1,800 New price 2021: $ 2,000

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 2,000

SOLD OUT

$ 10,000

FEW LEFT

$ 2,000

2010, Bettina Rheims. Serge Bramly. Rose — c’est Paris

Edition of 1,500  +  200 APs

$ 1,250


2010, Bettina Rheims. Serge Bramly. Rose — c’est Paris. Art Edition Rose

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2008, Bettina Rheims. The Book of Olga

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs 2004, Terry Richardson. Terryworld Art Edition Panty

Edition of 250  +  25 APs

FEW LEFT

$ 2,400

SOLD OUT

$ 3,000

FEW LEFT

$ 1,500

2004, Terry Richardson. Terryworld Art Edition Asses

Edition of 250  +  25 APs

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 2,400

2004, Terry Richardson. Terryworld Art Edition Vanessa

Edition of 250  +  25 APs

$ 1,000

SOLD OUT

2004, Terry Richardson. Terryworld Art Edition Batman

Edition of 250  +  25 APs 2002, Leni Riefenstahl. Africa

$ 1,000

FEW LEFT

2010, Bettina Rheims. Serge Bramly. Rose — c’est Paris. Art Edition Magic

Edition of 2,500  +  200 APs

$ 3,000

BABY

SUMO

FEW LEFT

$ 4,500


2015, Mick Rock. The Rise of David Bowie Signed by David Bowie and Mick Rock

Edition of 1,772  +  200 APs 2015, Mick Rock. The Rise of David Bowie Art Edition Scotland, May 1973

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2018, Rocky. The Complete Films Art Edition Neil Leifer Rocky III, 1982

Edition of 25  +  7 APs 2014, The Rolling Stones

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000

SOLD OUT

$ 8,000

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

SOLD OUT

2015, Mick Rock. The Rise of David Bowie Art Edition UK Summer Tour, 1973

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 8,000

2018, Rocky. The Complete Films

Edition of 1,926  +  200 APs

$ 1,000 New price 2021: $ 1,250

2018, Rocky. The Complete Films Art Edition Neil Leifer Rocky II, 1979

Edition of 25  +  7 APs 2014, The Rolling Stones Art Edition David Bailey Mick

$ 6,000

SOLD OUT

SUMO

Edition of 1,150  +  290 APs

$ 6,000

Edition of 75  +  10 APs

$ 20,000


2014, The Rolling Stones Art Edition Bent Rej Keith

2014, The Rolling Stones Art Edition Gered Mankowitz Smiling Buttons

$ 10,000

Edition of 75  +  10 APs 2014, The Rolling Stones Art Edition Guy Webster Big Hits

SOLD OUT

Edition of 75  +  10 APs

$ 12,500

2014, The Rolling Stones Art Edition Ethan Russell Mick and Keith

$ 10,000

Edition of 75  +  10 APs 2014, The Rolling Stones Art Edition Anton Corbijn Like a Rolling Stone

SOLD OUT

$ 10,000

Edition of 75  +  10 APs 2011, Mark Ryden. Pinxit

BABY

SUMO

$ 20,000

Edition of 75  +  10 APs 2011, Mark Ryden. Pinxit Art Edition

Edition of 50  +  20 APs

BABY

SUMO

SOLD OUT

$ 9,500

Edition of 1,000  +  300 APs

$ 1,250

2019, Sebastião Salgado. Gold

Edition of 1,000  +  180 APs

$ 1,000


2019, Sebastião Salgado. Gold Art Edition Brasil, 1986

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2016, Sebastião Salgado. Kuwait Art Edition Kuwait, 1991

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

SOLD OUT

2016, Sebastião Salgado. Kuwait

Edition of 1,000  +  180 APs

$ 1,000 New price 2021: $ 1,250

2013, Sebastião Salgado. Genesis

SUMO

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 5,000

2013, Sebastião Salgado. Genesis Art Edition Omo Valley

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 4,000

2013, Sebastião Salgado. Genesis Art Edition Siberia

$ 10,000

2013, Sebastião Salgado. Genesis Art Edition Falklands

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

Edition of 2,500  +  200 APs

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 10,000

2013, Sebastião Salgado. Genesis Art Edition Ecuador

$ 10,000

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 10,000


2013, Sebastião Salgado. Genesis Art Edition Alaska

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2010, Steve Schapiro. Taxi Driver Art Edition Robert De Niro

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2008, Steve Schapiro. The Godfather

Edition of 1,000  +  100 APs 2008, Steve Schapiro. The Godfather Art Edition Al Pacino

Edition of 100  +  10 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 12,500

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000

SOLD OUT

$ 3,000

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

2010, Steve Schapiro. Taxi Driver

Edition of 1,000  +  100 APs

$ 1,500

2010, Steve Schapiro. Taxi Driver Art Edition Jodie Foster

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2008, Steve Schapiro. The Godfather Art Edition Marlon Brando

Edition of 100  +  10 APs

$ 2,500

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

2012, Lawrence Schiller. Marilyn & Me

Edition of 1,712  +  200 APs

$ 1,000


2012, Lawrence Schiller. Marilyn & Me Art Edition Roll 11, Frame 12

Edition of 125  +  20 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 2,500

2020, Julian Schnabel

Edition of 1,000  +  100 APs

$ 1,000

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 1999, Julius Shulman Koenig, Case Study House #22

$ 15,000

1999, Julius Shulman Lautner, Arango House

Edition of 60

Edition of 125  +  20 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 3,000

2020, Julian Schnabel Art Edition with 11-color pigment print

2020, Julian Schnabel Art Edition with individually overpainted cover

Edition of 35  +  15 APs

2012, Lawrence Schiller. Marilyn & Me Art Edition Color 3, Frame 18

Edition of 60

$ 4,000

SOLD OUT

$ 12,500

1999, Julius Shulman Neutra, Von Sternberg House

$ 4,500

Edition of 60

$ 4,500


1999, Julius Shulman Frey, Frey House, Palm Springs

1999, Julius Shulman Neutra, Singleton House

Edition of 60

$ 4,500

1999, Julius Shulman Eames, Case Study House #8

1999, Julius Shulman Buff, Straub, Hensman. Case Study House #20

Edition of 60

$ 4,500

1999, Julius Shulman Neutra, Kaufman House

Edition of 60

Edition of 60

$ 4,500

FEW LEFT

$ 5,000

1999, Julius Shulman Lautner, Malin Residence (Chemosphere)

1999, Julius Shulman Frey, Loewy House, Palm Springs

Edition of 60

Edition of 60

$ 4,500

SOLD OUT

$ 5,000

Edition of 60

$ 4,500

1999, Julius Shulman Wright, Freeman House

Edition of 60

$ 4,500


2014, Kishin Shinoyama. John Lennon & Yoko Ono Double Fantasy

1999, Julius Shulman Skinner, Skinner House

Edition of 60

$ 4,500

2014, Kishin Shinoyama. Double Fantasy Art Edition Print A

$ 700

2014, Kishin Shinoyama. Double Fantasy Art Edition Print B

Edition of 125  +  25 APs 2018, The Stan Lee Story

Edition of 1,730  +  200 APs

$ 1,800

SOLD OUT

Edition of 125  +  25 APs

$ 1,800

2009, Alex Steinweiss. The Inventor of the Modern Album Cover

BABY

SUMO

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

$ 5,000

Edition of 1,500  +  200 APs

2009, Alex Steinweiss. The Inventor of the Modern Album Cover Art Edition The Firebird Suite

2014, Barbra Streisand Steve Schapiro & Lawrence Schiller

Edition of 100  +  25 APs

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

$ 1,800

$ 1,000

$ 750


2014, Barbra Streisand. Art Edition Streisand En Route to London by Lawrence Schiller

2014, Barbra Streisand. Art Edition Barbra for Harper’s Bazaar by Steve Schapiro

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 1,800

2007, Andy Summers. I’ll Be Watching You

FEW LEFT

Edition of 1,500  +  200 APs

$ 1,000

2018, Bruce W. Talamon. Soul. R&B. Funk. Photographs 1972–1982. Art Edition with four prints

Edition of 500  +  50 APs 2019, The Definitive Jacques Tati

Edition of 112  +  12 APs

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 1,800

SOLD OUT

2016, Surfing. 1778–2015 Art Edition Wild Angels

Edition of 125  +  25 APs

$ 1,250

FEW LEFT

2015, Gay Talese. Phil Stern. Frank Sinatra Has a Cold

$ 1,500

FEW LEFT

$ 895 New price 2021: $ 1,000

Edition of 5,000  +  250 APs

$ 350 New price 2021: $ 700

2020, Mario Testino. Ciao. Omaggio all’Italia Art Edition Amalfi, 2002

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 3,000


2015, Mario Testino. Sir

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

$ 1,000 New price 2021: $ 1,250

2010, Kate Moss by Mario Testino

Edition of 1,500  +  250 APs 2012, Wolfgang Tillmans. Neue Welt Art Edition

Edition of 500  +  100 APs 2007, Valentino. Una grande storia italiana Art Edition with four prints

Edition of 100  +  25 APs

FEW LEFT

2012, Mario Testino. Private View

SOLD OUT

$ 2,500

SOLD OUT

$ 2,500

SOLD OUT

$ 7,000

Edition of 1,500  +  250 APs

$ 1,250 New price 2021: $ 1,500

2007, Mario Testino. Let Me In!

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs 2007, Valentino. Una grande storia italiana

Edition of 2,000  +  225 APs 2011, Inez van Lamsweerde. Vinoodh Matadin. Pretty Much Everything

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 2,000

FEW LEFT

$ 2,500

FEW LEFT

$ 1,000


2012, Inez van Lamsweerde. Vinoodh Matadin Art Edition McQueen & Kate

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2007, Vanessa del Rio

Edition of 1,300  +  180 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 6,000

FEW LEFT

$ 1,000

2017, Ellen von Unwerth. Heimat

Edition of 1,500  +  200 APs

Edition of 100  +  20 APs 2007, Vanessa del Rio Art Edition Robert Crumb

Edition of 200  +  20 APs

FEW LEFT

$ 4,500

FEW LEFT

$ 1,800

2017, Ellen von Unwerth. Heimat Art Edition Tête-à-tête

$ 850

2017, Ellen von Unwerth. Heimat Art Edition The Cooks

Edition of 100  +  15 APs

2011, Inez van Lamsweerde. Vinoodh Matadin Art Edition Kissing Vinoodh

Edition of 100  +  15 APs

$ 2,000

2017, Ellen von Unwerth. Heimat Art Edition Spy Device

$ 2,000

Edition of 100  +  15 APs

$ 2,000


2017, Ellen von Unwerth. Heimat Art Edition Heidi

2012, Ellen von Unwerth. The Story of Olga

Edition of 100  +  15 APs

$ 2,000

2012, Ellen von Unwerth. The Story of Olga Art Edition Servants

Edition of 125  +  20 APs 2009, Ellen von Unwerth. Fräulein

Edition of 1,500  +  150 APs 2009, Ellen von Unwerth. Fräulein Art Edition Fräulein

SOLD OUT

$ 2,500

FEW LEFT

$ 1,500 New price 2021: $ 2,000

SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT

$ 1,500

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs 2012, Ellen von Unwerth. The Story of Olga Art Edition Widow

Edition of 125  +  20 APs 2009, Ellen von Unwerth. Fräulein Art Edition Peaches

$ 1,800 New price 2021: $ 2,000

SOLD OUT

$ 4,000 

Edition of 100  +  10 APs 2017, Albert Watson. Kaos

BABY

SUMO

Edition of 100  +  10 APs

$ 3,000

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

$ 2,100


2017, Albert Watson. Kaos Art Edition Prince, Cleveland, 2004

Edition of 50  +  10 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 8,000

$ 6,000

2013, Alfred Wertheimer. Elvis Art Edition The Kiss

Edition of 125  +  20 APs

Edition of 50  +  10 APs 2013, Alfred Wertheimer. Elvis Art Edition Kneeling at the Mosque

2013, Alfred Wertheimer. Elvis and the Birth of Rock and Roll

Edition of 1,706  +  200 APs

Edition of 50  +  10 APs 2017, Albert Watson. Kaos Art Edition Kate Moss, Marrakech, 1993

2017, Albert Watson. Kaos Art Edition Breaunna, Las Vegas, 2001

Edition of 50  +  10 APs

2017, Albert Watson. Kaos Art Edition King Casey, New York City, 1992

$ 1,000

SOLD OUT

$ 2,500

Edition of 125  +  20 APs 2010, Bob Willoughby. Audrey Hepburn Photographs 1953–1966

Edition of 1,000  +  200 APs

SOLD OUT

$ 8,000

FEW LEFT

$ 6,000

SOLD OUT

$ 2,500

SOLD OUT

$ 1,250


2019, Stephen Wilkes. Day to Night Art Edition Grand Canyon, Arizona, 2015

2019, Stephen Wilkes. Day to Night Art Edition Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, 2016

Edition of 100  +  25 APs

$ 5,000

2016, Tom Wolfe. The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test

$ 5,000

2016, Tom Wolfe. The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test Art Edition Lawrence Schiller Me and My Shadow

Edition of 1,768  +  230 APs

$ 350

2016, Tom Wolfe. The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test Art Edition Lawrence Schiller Hollywood Acid Test

Edition of 100  +  10 APs

Edition of 100  +  25 APs

$ 950

2008, Christopher Wool Art Edition

SOLD OUT

Edition of 100  +  20 APs

$ 10,000

Edition of 100  +  10 APs

$ 950

2010, Christopher Wool

FEW LEFT

Edition of 1,000  +  180 APs

$ 1,500 New price 2021: $ 2,000


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PRICES All prices are correct as of December 2020 and may change without prior notice. Please check taschen.com for the latest status. For sold out titles, we list prices according to the last copy sold by TASCHEN, which might be less than current market value.

SOLD OUT This edition is sold out. Please register your interest in this title on our website’s waiting list so we can inform you if anything similar comes up.

FEW LEFT Still available, but is most likely not in stock anymore in each TASCHEN store. We expect the title to be sold out in the near future.

SIZES

SUMO The mighty giants of our program tower at 70 cm / 27.6 in. or 50 x 50 cm /  19.7 x 19.7 in. square.

BABY

SUMO A SUMO after taxes: 50 cm / 19.7 in. tall.

XXL Not far behind their BABY SUMO cousins, XXL books stand at a minimum of 40 cm / 15.7 in. tall or wide.

XL A little more compact, XL books are at least 35 cm / 13.8 in. tall or wide.

A FEW WORDS OF TASCHEN WISDOM Please treat your book kindly. Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and humidity and do not display open books for an extended period of time. The condition of a book is integral to its value and prices for mint copies can far exceed those for copies in good or fair condition. Books with vintage TASCHEN casing can also achieve a significantly higher sum at resale, so keep the original presentation packaging.

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