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  • 1%: Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality

    1%: Privilege in a Time of Global Inequality

    Beautiful but troubling: photographs of the wealthiest one percent on our planet. The extravagant pleasures of the wealthiest one percent of the earth's population represent an extreme contrast to those of the remaining ninety-nine. Describing the gaping disparities in images is a challenge that has been taken up by Nina Berman, Peter Bialobrzeski, Guillaume Bonn, Mikhael Subotzky, and many others photographers. The volume assembles their works for the purpose of lending visual evidence to the blatant discrepancy between people's living conditions, which can be fascinating as well as shocking.
    ISBN 9783775740944. Hatje Cantz.
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    • $78.50
  • 1000 in Berlin

    1000 in Berlin

    Over the course of a year, photographer Jan Rickers and artist Per Schumann set up their mobile photography studio at a variety of locations all over Berlin in order to create portraits of widely different people. This book showcases 1000 photographs of the people of Berlin: colourful, multicultural, across all social classes and generations, captivatingly personal. From celebrities in the world of art and culture to the steelworker at a flea market in Marienfelde, they are all here. The book presents a singularly dense snapshot of our time in 1000 faces.
    ISBN 9783954761760. Distanz Verlag.
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    • $80.00
  • 1980s, The: Pluralism on the Cusp of the Information Age

    1980s, The: Pluralism on the Cusp of the Information Age

    The fourth volume of the chronological documentation of the MUSA, Museum Start Gallery Artothek's collection, is dedicated to the 1980s. This comprehensive and richly illustrated catalog of works provides insight into the art movements as well as the cultural life of this decade in Austria. This phase of the hotly debated "postmodernism?" is marked by the emergence of the art market that initially focused on "Neue Wilde" male-dominated painting. But the great attention paid to this international trend can be easily overlooked due to other trends that were emerging at the same time.
    ISBN 9783110438925. Birkhauser Verlag.
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    • $99.50
  • 20th Century Photography

    20th Century Photography


    ISBN 9788389192912. TASCHEN.
    • $40.00
  • 20th Century Photography BU

    20th Century Photography BU

    Cologne’s Museum Ludwig boasts one of the world’s most famous collections of photography. The first contemporary art museum to devote a substantial section to international photography, we traverse its rich collection of the most remarkable shots of the last century. Discover more than 850 highlighted works in this tidy volume, covering one hundred years of innovation, evolution, and inspiration.
    ISBN 9783836541022. TASCHEN.
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  • 3+2: Durbach Block Jaggers

    3+2: Durbach Block Jaggers

    3+2 is a 'double album': two books in one sleeve beautifully printed by master offset printers in Japan. It features two bodies of photography looking at the work of one of Australia's most respected and awarded architectural practices -- Durbach Block Jaggers. Photographers Andrew Cowan and Julia Charles worked with the architects, alongside the award winning-designer Mark Gowing and editor Andrew Mackenzie, to refine a portrait of images over a period of several years.The two photographers, Andrew Cowan and Julia Charles, are neither known for, nor particularly interested in, the conventions of architectural photography. This makes their photographic voice, and this book, distinct from the architectural mainstream.
    ISBN 9780994269751. Uro Publications.
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    • $180.00
  • 3D and Animated Lenticular Photography

    3D and Animated Lenticular Photography


    ISBN 9783110413069. Birkhauser Verlag.
    not yet published
    • $180.00
  • 50 Photo Icons. The Story Behind the Pictures

    50 Photo Icons. The Story Behind the Pictures

    From Nicephore Niepce's rooftop pictures to Dorothea Lange’s Migrant Mother and Nick Ut's "napalm girl," explore 50 photographs that have defined eras, made history, or touched something so fundamentally human that they have become icons all over the world.
    ISBN 9783836526937. TASCHEN.
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    • $49.95
  • Aaron Rothman: Signal Noise

    Aaron Rothman: Signal Noise

    The culmination of a decade of work in the American West, Signal Noise presents an open-ended meditation on our desire to connect with the natural world, and the limits of our abilities to do so. Photographs altered with unconventional digital processing ask us to reflect on the nature of individual perceptual experience and the impact of our collective presence in the landscape. The images in Signal Noise are rooted in Rothman's response to places familiar and meaningful to him, but his interest lies in the transformative rather than the documentary nature of photography. Landscapes overtaken by digital noise, layering, erasure, amplification and interference examine the blurry boundaries between natural and artificial. Interspersed views of desert mountain vistas and dense forests anchor the work in the space of the physical world while also casting doubt about what is real.
    ISBN 9781942185352. RADIUS BOOKS.
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    • $110.00
  • Abbas Kiarostami: Images, Still and Moving

    Abbas Kiarostami: Images, Still and Moving

    The Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami became known primarily for films such as The Wind Will Carry Us and Taste of Cherry, which won the Palme d'Or at Cannes in 1997. This publication collects some of his photography and explores the correlation between his photographic and filmic vision, between still and moving images.
    ISBN 9783775734363. Hatje Cantz.
    out of print
    • $83.50
  • Above Paris

    Above Paris

    A remarkable study of the urban landscape of Paris and its best-known monuments. Taken between the years of 1950 and 1972 by Roger Henrard in a single-engine Piper cub with a high- speed plate camera, this is a unique document of Paris in the twilight of its classical period. Maps and detailed texts help to orient and entertain the reader.
    ISBN 9781568986135. Princeton Architectural Press.
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    • $95.00
  • Achim Lippoth: Storytelling

    Achim Lippoth: Storytelling

    The photographer Achim Lippoth discovered his subject -- childhood -- while studying art. Storytelling presents a comprehensive view of Lippoth's practice. The sensitivity of his photographs make it possible to understand the world of children, and their naturalness is touching, taking viewers back to their own childhood experiences. Lippoth's photographs, tell stories of feeling carefree in childhood as well as the stories of the families and of belonging.
    ISBN 9783775742733. Hatje Cantz.
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    • $89.50
  • Adam Golfer: A House Without a Roof

    Adam Golfer: A House Without a Roof

    Shortlisted for the Paris-Photo/Aperture First Book Award, A House Without a Roof considers the overlapping histories of violence and displacement connecting Europe, Israel and Palestine. With photographs, archival imagery and original texts, Brooklyn-based artist Adam Golfer weaves together fictions of his family history with representations from Israel's founding and ongoing military occupation. Ethnic and national identities are ruptured and reassembled as he interrogates contradictory histories and notions of selfhood, exploring strands that connect the Jewish Diaspora out of Europe and forced mass migrations from Palestine following World War II. Golfer situates this inquiry through the triangular relationship between his grandfather (a survivor of Dachau), his father (who lived on a kibbutz in the early 1970s) and himself.
    ISBN 9780692726501. Booklyn.
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    • $95.00
  • Advertising Photography in Japan 2011

    Advertising Photography in Japan 2011

    The 120 works of advertising photography awarded prizes by the Japan Advertising Photographers' Association (APA) are presented in this volume. This is a must-have title for commercial photographers.
    ISBN 9784756240798. Pie Books.
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    • $120.00
  • Advertising Photography in Japan 2012

    Advertising Photography in Japan 2012

    This latest issue of the Japanese advertising photography yearbook features more than 300 advertising photographs awarded by the Japan Advertising Photographers' Association (APA) and 190 photo works that evoke you the arrival of a new era. This is a must-have title for commercial photographers as well as those aspiring to become one.
    ISBN 9784756242068. Pie Books.
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    • $115.00
  • Africa Under the Prism

    Africa Under the Prism

    A silent social reawakening is emerging in Lagos (the largest city in Africa) with photography, technology, and new media playing significant roles. The first and, to date, only international art festival of photography in Nigeria, LagosPhoto Festival was initiated in 2010 in this richly vibrant center. A platform on which the development of contemporary photography from Africa and a wider community is established and fostered.As testified to by the images, their African stories are bubbling over with vitality, a zest for life, and the dynamics that deny those proponents of Afropessimism, clearly underscoring a sense for the continent's progress.
    ISBN 9783775740883. Hatje Cantz.
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    • $99.50
  • Age of Innocence, the. Football in the 1970s

    Age of Innocence, the. Football in the 1970s


    ISBN 9783836547970. TASCHEN.
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    • $85.00
  • Agrigento Valle dei Templi

    Agrigento Valle dei Templi

    Igor Mitoraj's giant sculptures based on broken classical figures stand among the ancient remains of classical civilisation in the famous Valley of Temples near Agrigento, Sicily. Along the Via Sacra, the route between the temples, the sculptures emerge like modern votive offerings to ancient gods, presented here in 88 stunning images photographed by Mario Ciampi.
    ISBN 9781905216321. Verba Volant.
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  • Ahlam Shibli: Phantom Home

    Ahlam Shibli: Phantom Home

    This publication reproduces the 68 images from Ahlam Shibli's most recent series, Death. It explores the representations of Palestinians who lost their lives during the second intifada. Posters stuck to the walls of houses and shops, photos exhibited in family homes or displayed on mobile phones, and graves adorned with images and inscriptions assure the imaginary presence of the men and women whom Palestinian society honors as national heroes.
    ISBN 9783775735766. Hatje Cantz.
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    • $85.00
  • Aitor Ortiz: Photographs

    Aitor Ortiz: Photographs

    Aitor Ortiz photographs monumental structures such as the Museo Gehry's Guggenheim Bilbao and Norman Foster's viaduct in Millau in the south of France. On closer examination his large-format images their documentary impression and prove to be works of art in and of themselves. Architecture and space are reduced to such elementary forms and structures that they lose their figurative status and usual sense of reality.
    ISBN 9783775732499. Hatje Cantz.
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    • $83.50
  • Akiko Takizawa

    Akiko Takizawa

    A recipient of this year's HSBC Prize for Photography, Japanese photographer Akiko Takizawa (born 1971) prints on traditional Japanese paper using a delicate technique called Collotype, working from a studio in Kyoto. This publication documents the artist's return to her grandparents' home in Northern Japan.
    ISBN 9782330032203. Actes Sud/HSBC.
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    • $48.50
  • Albert Watson. Art Edition Breaunna, Las Vegas, 2001 PRICE ON APPLICATION

    Albert Watson. Art Edition Breaunna, Las Vegas, 2001 PRICE ON APPLICATION


    ISBN 9783836565738. TASCHEN.
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  • Albert Watson. Art Edition Kate Moss, Marrakech, 1993 PRICE ON APPLICATION

    Albert Watson. Art Edition Kate Moss, Marrakech, 1993 PRICE ON APPLICATION


    ISBN 9783836565752. TASCHEN.
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  • Albert Watson. Art Edition King Casey, New York City, 1992 PRICE ON APPLICATION

    Albert Watson. Art Edition King Casey, New York City, 1992 PRICE ON APPLICATION


    ISBN 9783836542296. TASCHEN.
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  • Albert Watson. Art Edition Prince, Cleveland, 2004 PRICE ON APPLICATION

    Albert Watson. Art Edition Prince, Cleveland, 2004 PRICE ON APPLICATION


    ISBN 9783836542258. TASCHEN.
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  • Albert Watson. Kaos PRICE ON APPLICATION

    Albert Watson. Kaos PRICE ON APPLICATION


    ISBN 9783836524926. TASCHEN.
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  • Albrecht Kunkel: Quest

    Albrecht Kunkel: Quest

    Quest is the first monograph on German photographer Albert Kunkel (1968-2009), whose work concentrates on landscapes and rooms of historic, cultic or social significance. With a focus on cultural practices and procedures, Kunkel's images explore collective memory and the construction of history.
    ISBN 9783903131552. Verlag fur moderne Kunst.
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    • $78.00
  • Alec Finlay: Gathering

    Alec Finlay: Gathering

    Gathering is an innovative mapping of the Highland landscape in poems, essays, photographs and maps by Scottish artist and poet Alec Finlay (born 1966). Created for The Fife Arms hotel located in the heart of the Cairngorms, it guides the reader to modest, forgotten places in this complex region.
    ISBN 9783952446188. Hauser & Wirth Publishers.
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    • $95.00
  • Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb: Violet Isle

    Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb: Violet Isle

    Back in print, this multilayered portrait of “the violet isle”, a little-known name for Cuba inspired by the rich colour of the soil there, presents an engaging, at times unsettling document of a vibrant and vulnerable land. It combines two separate photographic visions: Alex Webb's exploration of street life and Rebecca Norris Webb's fascination with the unique, quixotic collections of animals she discovered there.The result is an insightful and intriguing blend of two different aesthetics inspired by Cuba's existence over the last 50 years in an economic, political, cultural and ecological bubble virtually untouched by the rest of the world, and unlikely to remain that way for much longer. Award-winning writer Pico Iyer provides an accompanying essay for this English/Spanish bilingual edition.
    ISBN 9781942185376. RADIUS BOOKS.
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    • $110.00
  • Alexander Schippel: the Restoration

    Alexander Schippel: the Restoration

    The photographer Alexander Schippel (*1979, Berlin) has taken on one of Berlin’s historic architectural monuments: starting in 2011, he spent seven years following the restoration of the Staatsoper Unter den Linden, which was carried out by the architect HG Merz, who was commissioned with the job in fall 2010. Schippel's photographs document the transformation of G. W. von Knobelsdor's rococo building -- which had already been renovated once during the era of the German Democratic Republic -- into a superlative opera house. Attention has been drawn to spectacular interventions in the original building’s structure and minutiae: artfully curving staircases, the columns in the Apollosaal wrapped in plastic sheeting, or precisely detailed panoramas of the ceilings. This monograph, with a foreword by Horst Bredekamp, presents the Berlin opera house in meticulous detail and with a sense of immediacy that no visit o the opera can provide.
    ISBN 9783775744065. Hatje Cantz.
    not yet published
    • $89.50
  • Alexandra Vogt

    Alexandra Vogt

    First monograph on this young German painter and photographer's work. Her images feature mythical, sexual, animal people and horse maidens, all of them lost, wounded or forgotten. These are images that oscillate between idolatry and distancing, projections and deconstructions.
    ISBN 9783775732055. Hatje Cantz.
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    • $83.50
  • Alfred Seiland: Imperium Romanum

    Alfred Seiland: Imperium Romanum


    ISBN 9783775737081. Hatje Cantz.
    not yet published
    • $760.00
  • Alfred Stieglitz. Camera Work

    Alfred Stieglitz. Camera Work

    American photography pioneer Alfred Steiglitz defined early 20th-century photography, creating the school of “Photo Secessionism” and founding cult art, literature, and avant-garde photo journal Camera Work. This beautiful book reproduces the entire 50-issue run, originally published between 1903 and 1917, and a benchmark of photography as art form.
    ISBN 9783836544078. TASCHEN.
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    • $40.00
  • Alfred Wertheimer. Elvis and the Birth of Rock and Roll

    Alfred Wertheimer. Elvis and the Birth of Rock and Roll

    Find yourself up close and personal with the King. Now available as a standard TASCHEN edition, this collection brings together over 300 photographs of Elvis from the legendary portfolio of Alfred Wertheimer. Extraordinary in their intimacy and unparalleled in scope, these pictures immortalize a young man in the very process of making history.
    ISBN 9783836559072. TASCHEN.
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    • $110.00
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    ISBN 9783836534239. TASCHEN.
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  • Alfred Wertheimer. Elvis. Art Edition Kiss PRICE ON APPLICATION

    Alfred Wertheimer. Elvis. Art Edition Kiss PRICE ON APPLICATION


    ISBN 9783836534284. TASCHEN.
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  • Alfred Wertheimer. Elvis. Art Edition Knees PRICE ON APPLICATION

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    ISBN 9783836534246. TASCHEN.
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  • Alice Springs. The Paris MEP Show

    Alice Springs. The Paris MEP Show

    Coinciding with her exhibitions at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie and Helmut Newton Foundation, this June Newton / Alice Springs collection focuses on the glamour and seedy excitement of her 1980s Melrose shots, as well as some of her most compelling self-portraits and studies of Helmut.
    ISBN 9783836539739. TASCHEN.
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    • $85.00
  • Alina Rudya: Prypyat Mon Amour

    Alina Rudya: Prypyat Mon Amour

    In the photographic project "Prypyat Mon Amour", Alina Rudya tells stories of people like herself whose lives were fundamentally changed when they had to leave Prypyat in 1986 due to the Chernobyl power plant nuclear disaster. She joined them on a tour of their former homes - a journey into their past - and compiled new as well as historic photographs to document the history of a city that has ceased to exist. When Alina Rudya (b. Ukraine, 1985; lives and works in Berlin) was one year old, she and fifty thousand others were evacuated from the city of Prypyat after the nuclear disaster that occurred in the nearby Chernobyl power plant on April 26, 1986. Her father, an engineer, was on duty in the power station that night, when reactor no. 4 exploded during a systems test. The worst accident in the history of nuclear energy to date released an enormous highly radioactive cloud into the atmosphere, necessitating the hurried resettlement of all local residents.
    ISBN 9783954761494. Distanz Verlag.
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    • $52.50
  • Alison Rossiter: Expired Paper

    Alison Rossiter: Expired Paper

    Conceptual abstraction par excellence - The New York Times. Divided into sections that represent the breadth of Alison Rossiter's (born 1953) process and vision, Expired Paper offers a comprehensive look at the artist's body of cameraless photo-art --Latent, Landscapes, Pools, Pours, Dips, Blurs, Fours and Collages. The book also includes a selection of early 20th-century photographic paper packages (which the artist has collected for over 10 years) in a separate booklet.Art critic Leah Ollman has been contemplating Rossiter's work for years, and her accompanying text serves as an ideal complement to the images: “All of the works pay homage to the rich idiosyncrasies of photographic papers across history, and restore a sanctity to the photograph as object. Made without cameras, lenses or film, the works are nothing but process and materiality.”
    ISBN 9781942185338. Radius Books/Yossi Milo Gallery.
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    • $120.00
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