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Creating a Dialogue With Photographers Australian-based T&G Publishing specialises in establishing a creative dialogue with the acclaimed photographers they publish. Using the finest design and most advanced printing practices, T&G are committed to showcasing elite photographic art - emanating from both Australia and worldwide. As a measure of the global recognition of the quality of T&G’s creative publishing of photography, Australian artist Max Pam’s “Atlas Monographs” was recently awarded the Best Photographic Book of the Year, International Category prize at the 2010 PHotoEspaña International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts, in Madrid, Spain. T&G have recently entered into a creative production partnership with the innovative Queensland Centre for Photography http://www.qcp.org.au/ to publish their photographic authors. All T&G photographic books reflect the close collaboration we establish with the artist, whose body of work is presented in our books. We believe this relationship is vital in ensuring that whatever books we publish echo faithfully the photographer’s vision. T&G Publishing’s catalogue of books and limited editions is highly sought after world-wide by galleries and major institutions (libraries, museums, state and national galleries) as well as private and corporate collectors. State-of-the-art production values in reproduction, book design and printing apply to all of T&G’s titles. Our special limited edition box sets, however, (marketed in a customized box containing both the book and an original, archival quality print by the artist) have quickly become especially collectible. Foreign Rights are available on most of our Titles, please contact the publisher.

Contents: Page 4-15: Forthcoming: Australian Photographers Series Page 16-19: Forthcoming: International Photographers Series Page 20-22: Existing Titles Page 25-28: Limited Editions Page 29: Forthcoming Limited Editions Page 30-31: Distribution MAX PAM ATLAS MONOGRAPHS. BEST PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK OF THE YEAR, INTERNATIONAL CATEGORY AT PHOTOESPAÑA 2010

© Cover: Lewis Morley, Christine Keeler 1963. Back cover: Max Pam, Eko. Opposite page: Brad Rimmer.


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AUGUST 2011 RELEASE.

LEWIS MORLEY: I TO EYE THE DEFINITIVE RETROSPECTIVE ON ONE OF THE 20TH CENTURY’S OUTSTANDING PHOTOGRAPHERS In a career that has spanned some 50 years, Morley has worked with equal ease in theatre, fashion, portraiture, magazine photography and documentary reportage. His body of work, particularly his portraits of key figures of 1960s London, is highly recognised, and with his iconic 1963 photograph of Christine Keeler naked upon a chair, Morley produced an image that is probably one of the most memorable (and most copied) of any photographs at any time. Much of his work in the ‘60s was devoted to theatre photography and studio portraits. He became friends with satirist Peter Cook, who offered him studio space above his nightclub The Establishment. Through Cook he was introduced to London’s entertainment world. The meeting with Cook led to photographing the cast of Beyond the Fringe and contributing photographs to Cook’s Private Eye; through these connections he also became friends with Australian satirist Barry Humphries, who often performed at The Establishment in the early Sixties. In addition to the Keeler portrait, Morley photographed many of the most famous faces of the ‘60s and “Swinging London”, including Salvador Dali, Somerset Maugham, Joe Orton, Andre Previn, David Frost, Peter Cook, Dudley Moore, Tom Jones, Clint Eastwood, Judi Dench, Peter O’Toole, Charlotte Rampling, George Melly, Michael Caine, Barry Humphries, and celebrity couples including Felicity Kendal and Drew Henley, John Cleese and Connie Booth, and David Bailey and Catherine Deneuve. LEWIS MORLEY – I TO EYE will illuminate and crystallise this body of work in a career retrospective, incorporating literally hundreds of photographs covering all aspects of Morley’s work, from England,

France and the United States, his beginnings in fashion in the 1950s through to the personality portraits of the ‘60s and his work of the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s. Overall I TO EYE gives a true picture of Morley’s work, his context and his influence – a complete portrait of the artist, including many photographs never published before. As such, it will be a fitting testament to an incomparable body of work. With Essays by Phillip Prodger, Curator of Photography, Peabody Essex Museum, Massachusetts, US. Gael Newton, Senior Curator of Australian and International Photography, National Gallery of Australia. Robert McFarlane, Australian Photographer and Critic.

464 pages with over 300 Duotoned and colour photographs with Thumbnails and indepth text about the photographs. Hardcover with dust jacket 24 (W) x 28.6 (D) cm/9.5 x 11 in. ISBN: 978-0-9775790-8-2 Photography AUD$130.00/NZ$150.00/US$130.00/€90.00/£80.00 Available also: Special Collectors Limited Edition, numbered and signed Book and archival print by the photographer in a custom made box.

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MAX PAM: SUPERTOURIST This new Max Pam book SUPERTOURIST combines four chapters: Bi-Fold Album V Collage, Old World v New World, Object v Artefact and Islam v Asia. The conceptual thinking behind these areas of enquiry has produced a completely new body of work from field trips covering the 4 corners of the planet over the past decade. The photographer has used the same SUPERTOURIST concept to trawl through his huge archive of unpublished work. By enfolding unseen work from the past with new production we are offered a whole new interpretation of why this photographer remains one of the most authentically original and gifted photographers at work in the world today. He has used a variety of media and technology – plastic cameras, saturated and overexposed colours, digital prints, colour and black & white, photocopying and apparent accidents. In the words of photo critic Robert Cook, “he has used his knowledge of what it means to take a good picture to give him the latitude to take risks. … Max continually encourages the viewer to interpret objects as revelatory fragments. Erotic, arch and ironic, SUPERTOURIST takes the viewer on a journey through related arenas of travel, sex, desire and identity.” In terms of the specifics of his chapter Object v Artefact Pam comments: “Today I am still THING hungry. But then so is almost everyone else. As a photographer I can amplify this obsession. Things depicted in my photographs connect to the inner tension of an emotional backstory speculating on nowness and about how the world operates right in the moment and what is in it for me. I look for what understandings can be derived from working on photographing a particular object/artefact. Reducing it to its essential power to connect in a satisfying, maximum

use of its presence, its symbolism and metaphor loaded potential, scoping magic realist understandings.” Sometimes seemingly trivial, always ironic, these are the images, the recollections of the Supertourist, the traveller, the observer. For that is Max Pam’s definitive strength, his vision, his gift. He is an observer – he captures the moment and more importantly the sense of the moment. The isolation of travel (despite the people he meets), the little things (despite the grand boulevard surrounding it), the view from the room, even his name caught in the spotlight of his camera is an observation. With Essays by Max Pam and Robert Cook, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Photography and Design, Art Gallery of Western Australia.

336 pages with over 300 colour photographs Hardcover with dust jacket 24 (W) x 28.6 (D) cm/9.5 x 11 in. ISBN: 978-0-9775790-9-9 Photography AUD$100.00/NZ$120.00/US$100.00/€72.00/£62.00 Available also: Special Collectors Limited Edition, numbered and signed Book and archival print by the photographer in a custom made box.

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MAX PAM - Atlas Monographs 296 pages with 300+ colour and B/W photographs 30.6 (W) x 29 (D) cm / 12 x 11.5 in. Hardcover with dust jacket ISBN: 978-0-9775790-4-4 See page 20 for more details.

LIMITED EDITION ONE: MAX PAM - ATLAS MONOGRAPHS 150 limited boxed edition with silver gelatin print See page 26 for more details.

LIMITED EDITION TWO: MAX PAM - ATLAS MONOGRAPHS 50 limited boxed edition with four Type-C prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Flex See page 27 for more details.

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BRAD RIMMER: HOW NOW MAO Brad Rimmer’s HOW NOW MAO is a new chapter in an ongoing visual narrative informed by the cultural idiosyncrasies of place. These images taken in China are undeniably coloured by a peripheral Western vision of Eastern culture. However, when seen in context with the parallel series of the Wheatbelt landscape of Western Australia one begins to appreciate Rimmer’s acute awareness of his overall objective and thematic framework which informs the underlying conceptual link between the two oeuvres. The palpable sense of isolation so clearly articulated in the Australian images resurfaces in the Chinese series on multiple levels. The photographer, himself an alien in a foreign land, speaking little Chinese and often relying on interpreters to interact with the environment, through these images documents a personal perspective of a country’s evolving cultural make-up. Rimmer’s photographs have an inherent capacity to interweave and compress multiple readings by focussing on what is excluded from the frame as much as what has been highlighted. The backgrounds are often simple, everyday settings. The portrait’s initial focus is the sitter suspended momentarily from daily routine. Only through the process of disengaging with the central focus and re-engaging with its single parts does further meaning evolve and intensify. Rimmer’s attention to details of location, place, the individual and their personal thoughts often creates an uneasy harmony between reality and desire. These portrayals of places and people are remarkable because of the exacting way they capture the essential quality, the sum and substance of the subjects and situations. They reveal what we may in many cases perceive as romantic quasi-idyllic reflections of human aspirations. The viewer cannot know if answers given to the questions “what is your dream?” and “what makes you happy?” are sincere or otherwise. We must consider that the images are illustrations of a partial reality as much as the text that accompanies them, and that our own shortcomings in understanding the complex cultural

distinctiveness of Chinese culture adds to the void between reality and concealment. The inevitable curiosity of the dynamics of an ongoing major cultural transition in China and the fragments of traditions left in its wake are certainly part of Rimmer’s drive to document and interpret China’s social landscape. The intimacy of a moment in the life of a waitress, a businessman, a bellboy or an engineer is captured through the marriage of image and text, of a perceived reality and a persona truth. Through this coupling these images shed some light on aspects of modern day China and it’s quest to maintain ties to a historical uniqueness without prejudice in its rapid evolution towards the indisputable changes that have lead to a revised and shifting identity. The subjects maintain a reverent stillness and a sense of impermanence, a metaphor of human existence subsisting within a world that is changing more rapidly than ever. Traditional dress, colours, interiors are fast becoming a façade, an iconic reference to a traditional past where China can no longer conform to strict traditional notions but at the same time cannot fully escape them. Paola Anselmi.

128 pages with over 100 colour and Duo-toned photographs Hardcover with cloth dust jacket 24 (W) x 28.6 (D) cm/9.5 x 11 in. ISBN: 978-0-9870790-0-8 Photography AUD$72.00/NZ$90.00/US$70.00/€50.00/£44.00 Available also: Special Collectors Limited Edition, numbered and signed Book and archival print by the photographer in a custom made box.

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Brad Rimmer Silence the Western Australian Wheatbelt 96 pages with 51 colour photographs 23 (W) x 25.7 (D) cm / 9 x 11 in. Hardcover ISBN: 978-0-9775790-6-8 See page 20 for more details.

Limited Edition: Brad Rimmer Silence the Western Australian Wheatbelt 50 limited boxed edition with four Type-C prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Flex See page 28 for more details.

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OCTOBER 2011 RELEASE

JOYCE EVANS - MY AUSTRALIA Known internationally as the ‘doyenne’ of Australian photography, Joyce Evans started her journey in art photography by opening Australia’s first photographic gallery and bookshop in Church Street, Melbourne in the late 70’s. It showcased the best of Australian and International photographers and became Australia’s most innovative gallery with an international reputation. At the gallery she exhibited works by Frank Hurley, Bill Henson, Henri Cartier-Bresson, David Moore, Max Dupain and many other renowned photographers. Evans has had many solo exhibitions of both her landscapes and her portraits throughout Australia and Europe and her photographs are held in many collections. She has spent 10 years documenting Australia for the National Library, which holds over 350 of her images. Evans is a two time recipient of the IAPP Print of the Year Award and has also won the Hassleblad Masters. Her approach to landscape and to people is one of intense scrutiny. She has that special ability to record her subjects in a particularly intimate way – whether a mother and child, a silent sunset or a shadow in an empty street – that lifts the image out of the passing moment and into a realm that is unchanging. Photo edited by Helen Frajman, M.33.

156 pages with over 130 colour and Duo-toned photographs Hardcover with dust jacket 36 (W) x 29 (D) cm/15 x 11 in. ISBN: 978-0-9870790-2-2 Photography AUD$72.00/NZ$90.00/US$70.00/€50.00/£44.00 Available also: Special Collectors Limited Edition, numbered and signed Book and archival print by the photographer in a custom made box.

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OCTOBER 2011 RELEASE

COLIN BEARD - ROCK ‘N ROLL NIGHTS British/Australian photographer Colin Beard began his career in Australia in the 1960's just as Rock ‘n Roll was starting to write the sound track to our lives. As a young, intuitively talented observer, Beard found himself intimately photographing the early careers of International and Australian rock stars who have now attained legendary status - the late Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, the WHO, AC/DC, the Easybeats and Sonny & Cher. Colin Beard went on to establish a distinguished photojournalistic career in the UK and Australia - publishing several acclaimed books exploring issues as disparate as the lives of Australian high country horsemen in “Mountain Men”and “Sacred Places in Australia” - subtly observed visual essays revealing the sites of hidden belief in remote outback Australia. ROCK ‘N ROLL NIGHTS is a photographic time capsule from the era when rock music and its stellar performers were both young. Colin Beard’s simple, intimate witnessing of this historic period offers a unique testament to an irresistible idea - rock n’ roll - whose time had come.

128 pages with over 100 colour and duotoned photographs Hardcover 24 (W) x 28.6 (D) cm/9.5 x 11 in. ISBN: 978-0-9870790-5-3 Photography AUD$66.00/NZ$77.00/US$60.00/€44.00/£38.00 Available also: Special Collectors Limited Edition, numbered and signed Book and archival print by the photographer in a custom made box.

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SEPTEMBER 2011 RELEASE

10X100 - FINEPIX X100 BY 10 AUSTRALIAN PHOTOGRAPHERS Ten of Australia's finest contemporary photographers have been invited to explore their creativity using Fujifilm’s recently developed, compact new generation Finepix X100 digital camera. Lewis Morley, Max Pam, Narelle Autio, Lee Grant, Heidi Smith, Jack Picone, Louise Whelan, Marian Drew, Brad Rimmer and Tim Page have each explored their personal visions using the Fujifilm Finepix X100. These acclaimed ten photographers provide the perfect test for Fujifilm’s innovative, state of the art digital camera. In creating the Finepix X100, Fujifilm embraced photography's traditions while creating a picture taking instrument departing completely from today’s increasingly predictable digital cameras. At first glance, the elegant Finepix X100 resembles the great rangefinder film cameras used by such pioneers of the art of photography in the mid 20th Century as Henri Cartier-Bresson, but with its unique imaging sensor, specially created lens and hybrid optical/digital viewfinder the X100 is designed to surpass the legendary responsiveness of rangefinder film cameras, The beautifully reproduced photographs in this book reflect Ten Australian Photographers and their visionary responses

to using a remarkable 21st Century camera that is already being labelled 'retro-futurist.'.

128 pages with over 100 colour Photographs Hardcover 24 (W) x 28.6 (D) cm/9.5 x 11 in. ISBN: 978-0-9870790-1-5 Photography AUD$66.00/NZ$77.00/US$60.00/€44.00/£38.00 Available also: Special Collectors Limited Edition, numbered and signed Book and archival print by the photographer in a custom made box.

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Š Lewis Morley, Paris Fashion 1959.

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OCTOBER 2011 RELEASE T&G PUBLISHING/QCP (QUEENSLAND CENTRE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY)

PETER MILNE NOTES TOWARDS A HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA Dr. Peter Milne is one of Australia’s most significant journalistic and fine art photographers, with a practice spanning over 25 years. Born in Melbourne, Milne has been widely exhibited and published throughout Australia, Japan and the United Kingdom. Milne has previously published a photographic book titled Fish in a Barrel, his own personal documentation of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds on tour. This well received publication was distributed in Australia, the United Kingdom and North America. Milne holds a PhD, along with a Masters in Visual Arts and a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Photography). He has lectured in many Australian universities including the University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, and Griffith University. Recent Australian solo exhibitions include ‘Brief Shining Moment’ (2007 2009), ‘Running Dogs’ (2009) and ‘Beautiful Lies’ (2009). Recently, Milne’s latest bodies of work have steered away from documentation towards more subjective, personal expression. Milne’s affection for the narrative combines with his interest in Australian history and politics to create theatrical scenes through which the intricate stories of real Australian heroes are told. Milne’s background in journalistic photography gives him a strong respect for the ‘truth’ of reality, so it is with this frame of mind that Milne meticulously researches the lives of the personalities he represents. However, this historical ‘truth’ is sieved and reinterpreted through Milne’s vision and the constructed nature of the photograph. Truth is simultaneously represented and warped by theatrical dramatisation, which is essentially a lie. Edited by Maurice Ortega, QCP. Photo edited by Helen Frajman, M.33 Contributors: Michael Stone-Richard, Associate Professor + Interim Chair Department of Liberal Arts College for Creative Studies. Dr Darren Tofts, Professor of Media & Communications Faculty of Life & Social Sciences Swinburne University of Technology. Dr Courtney Pedersen, Study Area Coordinator, Visual Arts Art and Design, Creative Industries Faculty, Queensland University of Technology.

120 pages with over 100 colour and Duo-toned photographs Hardcover 30.5 (W) x 25.6 (D) cm/9.5 x 11 in. ISBN: 978-0-9775790-7-5 Photography/Art AUD$66.00/NZ$77.00/US$60.00/€44.00/£38.00

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NOVEMBER 2011 RELEASE. LANGUAGES: FRENCH AND ENGLISH.

GILLES PERRIN: WORLDS IN TRANSITION For more than thirty years, Gilles has been taking portraits of men, women and children whose culture and traditions will soon disappear. He is only a witness. Through the eyes of the people he photographs, his work is based on a relationship he establishes with the person. He believes in an honest approach. Certain of nothing, he watches the world with great curiosity and seriousness and he records with his camera. Photography allows one to go beyond appearances. That is one of its peculiarities. When taking a photgraph he explains what he is doing to the subject and what he will achieve. The subject must be fully conscious of the photographic act which he is about to perform and of the relationship he wants to establish, in order to have an emblematic image of who they are. He does not steal an instant; he wants to share it. Dignity is the word. For the last 20 years he has been using instant Polaroid film with a positive and a negative. This technology allowed him to instantaneously give his subject an original image to keep for themselves. It is at the very heart of his philosophy. It is impossible to cheat. This gift of the picture is part of the verbal contract between the subject and himself; it is the memory of their meeting and their time together. Gilles works in black and white for aesthetic reasons, the absence of colour prevents the eye from fragmenting the image. Transcribing the colourful elements into shades of grey brings a certain drama to the scene, a luminous intensity which helps with the theatrical aspect of the event he photographs. Perrin likes to take photographs, to have people pose in their ordinary lives and environment “I want to retain traces of simple things. Between the Peuls of Niger, the Peruvian peasants, the Surmas of the Omo valley and the fishermen of Ireland or the Finnish farmers, I find no differences , Instead I find common features: their cultures and their traditional ways which are sure to disappear. They will soon

be absorbed by a new developing society based on the need for absolute and immediate profit and by creating their portraits I can think of no better way to let them live forever.” Gilles Perrin positions himself as a documentary photographer, this means he finds his place in our society in the way he looks at society and his photographs are the reflection of a socio-economic reality which he visualises with a critical look. The paradoxes, the contradictions and the ideology of our capitalistic world do not fool him, and neither does its suicidal logic. He is also a craftsman, an author who endeavours to seize the intimate nature of people and tells a story about them, about the world which surrounds him.

136 pages Over 100 Duotoned single, diptych and triptych photographs Clothbound hardcover 24 (W) x 23.6 (D) cm/9.5 x 9 in. Languages: English/French ISBN: 978-0-9870790-4-6 Photography AUD$66.00/NZ$77.00/US$60.00/€44.00/£38.00 Available also: Special Collectors Limited Edition, numbered and signed Book and archival print by the photographer in a custom made box.

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NOVEMBER 2011 RELEASE. LANGUAGES: FRENCH AND ENGLISH.

PHILIPPE SALAÜN: THE NEXT MOVE Philippe Salaün has been a photographer for almost 40 years, alongside his other activity as an independent black and white photographic printer. For a long time he principally favoured images of daily life, sometimes with a humorous tone, but in recent years he has become increasingly inspired by travel photography, particularly portraits. He has made several series of photographs in Peru, Bolivia, Mali and Vietnam. Philippe launched his own workshop on April 1st 1979 specialising in high quality black and white printing. He was given a scholarship from the National Photographic Foundation of France and went to perfect his skills in the USA with Ansel Adams, Jerry Uelsmann and at the University of Tucson, Arizona. Paris determines the focus of much of the work edited into this book. In this body of production we witness Philippe introducing us to his own particular sense of PLACE/MOMENT/SATIRE. These sensibilities are of course calibrated by his long and rich relationship with the city. The calibration also has a long half-life, as he carries it with him everywhere he travels and photographs. His style is made easily accessible to the viewer through its recycling consistency. Reflected in the subject matter we also receive the sense of the photographer, how he may be led astray, how he looks for love, the moment of grace we all wait for. Philippe is a committed humanist on a road trip. The walk from his home to the metro, a mere five minutes of movement, is a road trip. Philippe’s global vision of Paris is that formed by the constantly walking photographer. He does not sentimentalise its grandeur or mind its toxic elegance. He understands perfectly that Paris is vulnerable to his sense of satire. Not all of Philippe’s photos of people flying occur in Paris. Here Philippe is collaborating with people who feel they cannot remain still before the viewfinder. The compulsion to test the theory of gravity proves too much for them as they wait in his viewfinder. He captures them the moment they fly away.

In the journey photographs we get a preview of another huge body of work Philippe has accumulated during his various travels over the past eighteen years. The photographs of the bulls – often tragic – are a well resolved critique of the capricious craziness attending the choreographed horror of man’s cruelty to animals. Even as I write this introduction in the depths of a southern hemisphere. I imagine Philippe in Paris as he is walking down Rue Beaurepaire in the direction of République, towards his atelier. As always, he is amped for the photo, his camera is close at hand. He is never seeking the illusion of the decisive moment. Rather he waits as he walks for that moment of grace when the planets of PLACE/ MOMENT/SATIRE align. Max Pam. Book text and photo edit by Max Pam.

160 pages Over 100 Duotoned photographs Softcover with dust jacket 23 (W) x 23 (D) cm/9 x 9 in. Languages: English/French ISBN: 978-0-9870790-3-9 Photography AUD$66.00/NZ$77.00/US$60.00/€44.00/£38.00 Available also: Special Collectors Limited Edition, numbered and signed Book and archival print by the photographer in a custom made box.

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MAX PAM: ATLAS MONOGRAPHS BEST PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK OF THE YEAR INTERNATIONAL CATEGORY, PHOTOESPAÑA 2010

Atlas Monographs is a compression of eight travel journals, beginning with Pam’s most recent work (Karakoram 2006) and shifting back through the decades to his first journals begun in 1970. The journals map, through text, photo and marks on paper his engagement with the cultures he has travelled through. Just as importantly, the journals provided the engine room for his development as a photographer, a writer and an artist. Max Pam is one of Australia's most important contemporary photographers. Working as a professional since the early 1970s he is among a handful of Australians to make a substantial impact on the intensely competitive international photographic scene. His success is based on a body of provocative and compellingly intimate images of people from all over the world. Over the last 30 or so years, he has not swayed with the vagaries of artistic fashion but has retained his commitment to the power of photography to produce a space of exchange between subject, viewer and photographer. By staying true to himself, he has developed one of the most coherent and stimulating bodies of work in world photography today. In many ways, the book represents a travel diary, or as Pam describes it, “The book makes the journey with me and has an immediacy and freshness that only the intensity of travelling alone can create.” Overall, this substantial publication with notes gives an emotional, sometimes lyrical, sometimes provocative, always intimate portrait of the artist as much as the people and places he has witnessed. Foreword by Max Pam. Essay by noted critic/ academic Stephen Muecke, Professor of Cultural Studies at the University of Technology, Sydney, and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.

SILENCE, THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN WHEATBELT: BRAD RIMMER “I was worried about revisiting my old home and going inside the house, but I had no real connection at all. Everything that was in my mind had gone and I felt a strange relief. On my way out of town that evening I thought of how many people had left and never returned, just left for good. I’d never thought about that before,” Brad Rimmer. Silence is Brad Rimmer’s intensely personal and sometimes painful monograph of life in the once-thriving wheatbelt towns of Western Australia. Born in Wyalkatchem in 1962 Rimmer chose at nineteen to escape what he saw then as a bleak future. In Silence, he presents images that capture the region’s permeating dust, heat and isolation negotiating a delicate balance between hope and despair in his frank portraits of those who remain. Brad Rimmer has won the City of Perth Photo Image Award three times and in 1997 took second place in the Santa Fe Assignment Earth Prize for Photography in the USA. His work has been shown in international solo exhibitions including the 2005 UWA Perth International Arts Festival, the 2004, 2005 and 2008 Pingyao and the 2006 Lianzhou International Photo Festivals in China, the 2006 Brighton Photo Biennial in the UK, Kaunas Photo 08 in Lithuania, and Photoforum PasquArt in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland. In 2009 he was awarded a MidCareer Fellowship from the Western Australian Department of Culture and the Arts to publish Silence. Rimmer is currently based in Perth. Edited by Fiona Upward. Essays by Susan Bright and Paola Anselmi. 96 pages with 51 colour photographs 23 (W) x 25.7 (D) cm /9 x 11 in. Hardcover AUD$55.00/NZ$60.00/US$50.00/€36.00/£35.00 ISBN: 978-0-9775790-6-8 Photography/First Edition

WAR: A Degree South Collection #1 °SOUTH also called ‘Degree South’, is a photographic collective of Australia’s most creative and award-winning documentary photographers who have covered conflicts from Vietnam to present day Afghanistan. The collection of images in War – A Degree South Collection #1 truly illustrates that war is the disease of humanity. There has never been a time that it didn’t exist. Once the battlefield was the place of devastation. Now it is streets, alleyways, schools and places of worship. People and places are no longer protected or sacred. The photographs share a defining message taking us on a haunting journey through the human scars of war to shine a light on the tragedy that occurs when ordinary folk are caught up in situations in which they can affect no change. Capturing these images in the midst of war and conflict is by no means a task for the faint hearted. These photographers live a very unique lifestyle and often perform at great risk to themselves to tell the story. The premise of °SOUTH is to record ‘evidence’ in a fair, truthful and informative way, following in the great Australian tradition of Frank Hurley, Hubert Wilkins, George Silk, Max Dupain and Damien Parer. These remarkable photojournalists came together under the name of °SOUTH to collaborate and share their experiences rather than compete. They have all worked independently, free from commercial influences, all are acclaimed and all have dedicated their careers to recording what they see in a fair, truthful and informative way. Their stories of struggle, hope, aspirations and traditions is how they have “gathered evidence” that will hopefully influence public opinion, be of historical significance and create social change. The Photographers are as follows: Tim Page, David Dare Parker, Ben Bohane, Stephen Dupont, Jack Picone, Michael Coyne, Ashley Gilbertson and Sean Flynn (Honorary Member & Absent Friend) Contributors: Shaune Lakin and Tim Page

296 pages with 300+ colour and B/W photographs with fold-out spreads 30.6 (W) x 29 (D) cm /12 x 11.5 in. Hardcover with dust jacket AUD$120.00/NZ$120.00/US$90.00/€65.00/£55.00 ISBN: 978-0-9775790-4-4 Photography/First Edition

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132 pages with 64 colour and B/W photographs 30.7 (W) x 29.4 (D) cm /12 x 11.5 in. Hardcover with dust jacket AUD$70.00/NZ$100.00/US$69.00/€51.00/£43.00 ISBN: 978-0-9775790-5-1 Photography/First Edition


VOLCANO: Photographs by Peter Elliston Volcano is a stunning collection of photographs by Peter Elliston that capture the lives of the people who live in the shadows of the planet’s volcanoes as well as the breathtaking landscapes of both extinct and active volcanoes in Chile, Hawaii, Indonesia, India, Italy, Japan, PNG, Tanzania and Vanuatu. The book also includes remarkable images from an ascent of the active volcano Ol Doinyo Lengai in Tanzania. Peter Elliston has climbed many volcanoes to add to his portfolio of photographs, sometimes at great personal risk. The photographs are not just about the beauty and majesty of volcanoes but also refer to the presence of modern visitors and ancient worshipers like the Incas in South America. Peter Elliston has been involved with photography since the age of twelve. His work is in various major collections, including the National Gallery of Australia, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris, the Victoria and Albert Museum London, and the UCR California Museum of Photography. His work has been shown extensively, with many solo exhibitions. He is the author of Stones and Marks (Lodima Press, 2004), a journey in photographs and text to ancient monuments around the world. An earlier collection of his work was published by Heinemann in 1979. Born near Melbourne, he lives in Sydney with his wife Jane. Elliston holds a PhD in Physics from Monash University and for 25 years was senior lecturer in Physics at the University of New South Wales. Text by Peter Elliston. 88 pages with 82 colour photographs with fold-out spreads 28 (W) x 24 (D) cm /11 x 9.5 in. Softcover AUD$30.00/NZ$35.00/US$30.00/€22.00/£20.00 ISBN: 978-09775790-1-3 Photography/First Edition

THE WINDMILL COLLECTION: Photographs by Rose & Emma Windmill. The Windmill Sisters’ collection comprises approximately 1000 images depicting scenes and people in Victoria from 1913 to around1940, an interesting and important historical collection made particularly valuable by Emma Windmill’s documentation of individual images. These rare photographs, never published before, present a charming portrait of times gone by, an Australian ambience that no longer exists. The Collection comprises vignettes of family and social life in the years between the first and second world wars in Victoria. The photographs also provide the viewer with an opportunity to see what life was like at that time, the emotional landscapes of cities and towns that are today dramatically altered by the modernisation of life. Looking over this vast repository of images is like clearing the mist over the people who inhabit them, watching as they go on holidays, picnics, or pose in gardens with friends. We can be grateful to the Windmill sisters for revealing a glimpse of their lives and sharing their love of photography. Based on interviews with descendants of the Windmill family, Peter has garnered family mementos and anecdotes about the Windmill photographers to provide a fascinating insight into the lives and attitudes of this period in Australia’s history. The book also discusses the photographic techniques used at the time. Emma and Rose Windmill were two sisters (out of six children) with a love of photography who took countless photographs between 1913 and the 1940s. Born into a typical early 19th Century family, the sisters who never married enjoyed a full life living at their parents’ house in Geelong, west of Melbourne Photography was an everyday part of their lives. Their photography was not political, but the work of two women who enjoyed using a camera without pretence to art or social comment, unencumbered by formalist notions. Author Peter Elliston. Edited by Diane Jardine and Clare Vane-Tempest

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MARIAN DREW: Photography + Video Works Marian Drew is one of Australia's most influential and significant photo-media artists. Her practice has spanned more than twenty years, and is characterised by innovative photo-media explorations. This publication is the first monograph of Marian Drew's work, presenting a survey of her practice from 1983-2006. It contains texts by Dr Caroline Jordan, Anne Kirker, Dr Brigitta Olubas, Russell Storer and the artist, with a foreword by internationally renowned art theoritician Geoffrey Batchen. The publication includes a DVD with a selection of Drew's video works, two documentaries by Alex Chomicz and an interview with the artist by Kris Carlon. The writers have examined Drew's practice through her exploration of landscape, performance, time, collaboration and the still-life, while the artist discusses her relationship to drawing and video.

MARTIN SMITH: Photographs - in response to... Martin Smith is one of Australia's most promising photo-media artists. He has exhibited extensively in Australia and his work has been featured at Photo Los Angeles the past two years. This publication is the first monograph of Martin Smith's work, presenting his series In response to... in context of his earlier works. Essays by Karra Rees (curator, Centre for Contemporary Photography), Charles Robb, and the artist himself, with a foreword by David MacCormack. 56 pages, 40 colour photographs 320 x 320mm/12.6 x 12.6 in. Hardcover with dust jacket AUD$55.00/NZ$60.00/US$49.00/€37.00/£32.00 ISBN: 978-09757720-4-1 Photography/Art/First Edition

JOACHIM FROESE: Photographs/Fotografien 1999–2008 Joachim Froese photographs 1999–2008 is the first monograph of Froese’s work, presenting five of his still-life photographic series. This 100-page hardcover bilingual (English/German) book contains essays by Timothy Morrell, Andrea Domesle and a conversation between Ian Friend and the artist, and a foreword by Gordon Craig. Over the last 10 years Froese’s work has concentrated on the photographic still life and he has developed a unique way to create photographic tableaux. These laboriously assembled constructs are inspired by art history as well as his personal story of migration. They seemingly defy reality and question the inherent nature of the photographic image as a reflection of the real.

RENATA BUZIAK: Afterimage Featuring the highly innovative and experimental work of Renata Buziak, the first in a series of smaller monographs. This 48-page bilingual (English/Polish) book includes all of Buziak’ Afterimage series, as well as a comprehensive essay by Dr Victoria Garnons-Williams and a foreword by renowned American author Lyle Rexer. Dr. Victoria Garnons-Williams lectures at Queensland University of Technology in the Creative industries Faculty. She was the recipient of a QUT Vice-Chancellor’s Performance Award in 2009 for her outstanding work in the Faculty Core unit, Photomedia and Artistic Practice. Lyle Rexer is an independent scholar, critic and curator based in Brooklyn, New York. He is the author of several books, including "The Edge of Vision: The Rise of Abstraction in Photography". He writes for many magazines in the United States and internationally and is a contributing columnist to Photograph Magazine. He teaches at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

100 pages, 77 colour and B/W photographs 250 x 350 mm/10 x 14 in. Hardcover with dust jacket Languages: English/German AUD$55.00/NZ$60.00/US$49.00/€37.00/£32.00 ISBN: 978-09757720-5-8 Photography/Art/First Edition

48 pages, 38 colour photographs 210 x 210 mm/8 x 8 in. Hardcover Languages: English/Polish AUD$35.00/NZ$46.00/US$34.00/€26.00/£21.00 ISBN: 978-09757720-6-5 Photography/Art/First Edition

Foreword by Geoffrey Batchen 100 pages, 89 colour and B/W photographs 247 x 288 mm/10 x 11 in. Hardcover AUD$55.00/NZ$60.00/US$49.00/€37.00/£32.00 ISBN: 978-09757720-1-0 Photography/Art/Video/First Edition 22


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Atlas Monographs, with foreword by Max Pam and essay by critic and academic Professor Stephen Muecke, compresses eight travel journals, beginning with Pam’s recent work (Karakoram 2006) and shifting back through the decades to his first journals begun in 1970. The journals map, through text, photo and marks on paper, nearly forty years of engagement with the cultures Max Pam has travelled through. The result is a revealing and intimate exploration of the life of this world-acclaimed Australian photographer. The limited edition of Atlas Monographs includes: • Atlas Monographs, T&G Publishing, Sydney. 2009. Hardcover book with dust jacket. 30.5 x 29.5 cm /12 x 11.6 in. Over 300 colour and monotone photographs, 50 pages of illustration, 15,000 words of text, including index. Numbered and signed by the photographer. • A Certificate of Authenticity, signed and numbered with edition. • Custom-made box case (47 x 37 x 6.5 cm/18 x 14 x 3 in). • One hand-printed silver gelatin print (40.6 x 30.5cm/12 x 16 in) numbered and signed by the photographer, in polyester sleeve, contained in a purpose-designed case-bound portfolio. • Cotton gloves to safeguard print while handling. This black and white silver gelatin print of Waterfront, Dar-es-Salaam, 1996 is hand printed, signed and numbered by Max Pam. It is presented in an archive-quality stable, inert 75-micron polyester sleeve that is guaranteed not to react chemically with contents.

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BRAD RIMMER - SILENCE: THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN WHEATBELT LIMITED BOXED EDITION WITH TWO TYPE-C PRINTS After more than two decades of international exhibition in the US, Europe and China, Brad Rimmer explores where he came from in Silence: the Western Australian wheatbelt. Born in Wyalkatchem in 1962, Rimmer chose at nineteen to escape what he saw then as a bleak future in the once-thriving wheatbelt region of Western Australia. Silence, with essays by Susan Bright and Paola Anselmi, is an intensely personal and sometimes painful monograph. Rimmer presents images that capture the region’s permeating dust, heat and isolation and negotiates a delicate balance between hope and despair in his frank portraits of those who remain. The limited edition of 50 boxed sets of Silence: The Western Australian Wheatbelt includes: • Silence: the Western Australian wheatbelt, T&G Publishing, Sydney. 2010. Hardcover book 23 x 25.6 cm / 9 x 10 in. 96 pages, 51 colour photographs. Introduction by Brad Rimmer. Essays by Susan Bright and Paola Anselmi. Numbered and signed by the photographer. • A Certificate of Authenticity, signed and numbered with edition. • Custom-made box case (30 x 38.5 x 6.5 cm /12 x 15 x 2.5 in). • Two Type-C prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Flex (28 x 35.6 cm /11 x 14 in) numbered and signed by the photographer, in polyester sleeves. • Cotton gloves to safeguard print while handling. Type-C prints on Fuji Crystal Archive Flex of Jess, Wyalkatchem, Summer 2005/06. Dowerin, Autumn 2005. Selected for both its exceptional ability to faithfully reproduce rich and intense colours and its high resistance to fading and yellowing. It is presented in an archive-quality stable, inert 75-micron polyester sleeve that is guaranteed not to react chemically with contents.

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