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Picture of Eden and After

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Children have been one of Nan Goldin’s ongoing photographic subjects, and they have provided some of her most moving and intimate works. Eden and After presents her selection of just some of these photographs, which include portraits of the children of Nan’s close friends. Through these unique portraits, Nan presents a complex investigation of childhood. Some photographs depict children alone, others show them in familial and social groups. From pregnancy and newborns through to teenagers, some subjects have been documented by Nan through their entire lives. 

The portraits capture children in their vastly changing emotional states, from lonely and introverted to their most exuberant, literally flying through the air.

Publisher: Phaidon

Size: 260 x 275 mm

320 pages, 300 colour illustrations

Nan Goldin
A brand new collection of photographs of children, taken by Nan Goldin, one of the world’s most prominent and influential contemporary photographers with a loyal international following.
£67.50

Picture of Go There

“Roshin Books’ newest release is another beautifully produced book…  I hadn’t heard of Gen Sakuma before this book. But I look forward to seeing more. He’s got a great eye, a great sense of humour and an obvious love for what he’s doing. He’s witnessed a lot on the streets of Tokyo. A head to head battle between a tiger headed muscle man and a nonchalant biker. A man entrapped by a telephone booth. Even the Japanese doppelgänger of Chandler from ‘Friends’ having a nap on a train.” (The New Frame)

Publisher: Roshin Books

Size: 225 × 300mm

80 pages, 67 black & white plates

First edition of 600 copies

Gen Sakuma
Gen Sakuma is a street photographer based in Tokyo.
£37.50

Picture of Stakeout Diary

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Yukichi Watabe documented the investigation of a grisly murder that had occurred in Mito (Ibaraki Prefecture) in 1958. Watabe closely followed two police detectives, one from the Metropolitan Police Department and the other local. Their investigation involved stakeouts around downtown areas of Tokyo, areas that have since changed beyond recognition.

Some photographs from the series appeared in a magazine in the same year but there was no opportunity for any further publication. As a result, the photographs were little known. In 2006, a British dealer in old books found 120 sheets of these photo works at Jinbou-chou (central Tokyo), and the work was published in Paris in 2011. This photo book, A Criminal Investigation, attracted attention all over the world.

For this new publication, we have borrowed negatives from Hiroyuki Watabe, the son of Yukichi Watabe, for a fresh selection, using prints made especially for the purpose.

Even for those who are lucky enough to possess a copy of A Criminal Investigation, the new book will come as a revelation.

Publisher: Roshin Books

Size: 230 x 305 mm

104 pages, 70 black & white plates

2nd edition of 1000 copies

Yukichi Watabe
New publication made with negatives from Hiroyuki Watabe, the son of Yukichi Watabe, for a fresh selection, using prints made especially for the purpose. Even for those who are lucky enough to possess a copy of A Criminal Investigation, the new book will come as a revelation
£40.00

Picture of Seventh Dog, The

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The Seventh Dog is a new monograph/photobook by American photographer Danny Lyon. Organised chronologically, this artist's book tells the story of Danny Lyon's 50-year-career as one of America's most original and influential documentary photographers. Groundbreaking as a photobook in itself, Lyon tells this story starting in the present day and going back in time to the beginning of his career in the 1960s when he photographed the American civil rights movement and the Chicago bikeriders. Through text and image – colour and b&w photographs, original photo collages, letters and other ephemera (many published here for the first time), and Lyon's own writings – this is a story of Danny Lyon's personal journey as a photographer - a story about photojournalism, the move from film to digital photography, about Lyon's life and quest as a photographer, and of America.

The book takes the form of an original artist’s photobook featuring Lyon’s own writings, collages, letters, documents and colour and black-and-white-photographs – many published here for the first time.

This is Lyon’s personal story of his photographic journey; starting in the present day and moving back in time, it features recent work such as Occupy (2011) and Indian Nations (2002), as well as classic series from the 60s and 70s, such as Bikeriders and Texas Prisons.

Beautifully produced, the book features an original cover by Lyon, special finishes and high-quality photographic and facsimile reproductions
Includes a new essay by Elisabeth Sussman, a Curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art.

Publisher: Phaidon

Size: 275 x 275 mm

10 7/8 x 10 7/8”

240 pages, 200 colour photographs


Danny Lyon
A new ‘retrospective’ covering the remarkable 50-year career of one of America’s most original and influential photographers, Danny Lyon
£67.50

Picture of One Picture Book #84: Polaroids from Haiti

Publisher's Description

The photographs in Jim Goldberg’s contribution to our One Picture Book series, ‘Polaroids from Haiti’, were taken during a week in March of 2013, and depict Haitians dealing with their everyday struggles. Goldberg, who describes himself as a ‘documentary storyteller’, spent his time traveling throughout the country listening to and photographing Haitian life.  The resulting images reflect the continuing challenges and undying spirit of this impoverished country, when the 2010 earthquake is still reverberating from every surface. "Polaroids from Haiti" is limited to 500 numbered copies, and includes an original signed Polaroid by Jim Goldberg.

Publisher: Nazraeli

Size: 5 1/2 x 7 1/4"

16 pages,11 four-colour plates, 1 original Polaroid.

Jim Goldberg
The photographs in Jim Goldberg’s contribution to the Nazraeli Press One Picture Book series, ‘Polaroids from Haiti’, were taken during a week in March of 2013, and depict Haitians dealing with their everyday struggles. Limited to 500 numbered copies, and includes an original signed Polaroid by Jim Goldberg.
£55.00

Picture of Printed Matter

Publisher's Description 

Bernd & Hilda Becher are among the most influential artists of our time. The Bechers initiated their work on industrial heritage threatened with destruction at the end of the 50s. They set up what was to become one of the largest industrial archival funds of our time. For the first time, the work of the two German photographers is resented from a historical perspective through the printed matter; thus allowing for a comprehension of the different stages in their practice, notably the shift from a conception of the work identified by a unique photograph to a representation of the work as a series of images, or typology.

Publisher: Musee De L'Elysee

Size: 290 x 290 mm

64 pages, 116 illustrations 6 in colour

Bernd and Hilla Becher
For the first time, the work of the Bechers is resented from a historical perspective through the printed matter; thus allowing for a comprehension of the different stages in their practice, notably the shift from a conception of the work identified by a unique photograph to a representation of the work as a series of images, or typology.
£43.95

Picture of Rome

Publisher's Description

Anders Petersen (born 1944) has been photographing the city of Rome since the mid-1980s. He has returned numerous times, and in 2005 he was invited for the Rome Commission, a prestigious commission that has previously been awarded to leading photographers such as Josef Koudelka, Graciela Iturbide, Alec Soth and many others. He returned in 2012, and decided to photograph his lover, Julia, who was briefly visiting him there. Rome begins with Petersen’s portraits of Julia, which develop into a broader investigation of the city’s lesser-known monuments and byways, its cars, bars and citizens, as Petersen revisits the locations he had documented seven years previously, acutely conscious of his own mortality. These photographs, mostly taken over the course of one week with a small, unobtrusive camera, constitute a fascinating culmination in Petersen’s love affair with Rome.

Publisher: Walther König

Size: 8 X 12"

112 pages, 85 Colour illustrations

Anders Petersen
Anders Petersen has been photographing the city of Rome since the mid-1980s. He returned in 2012, and decided to photograph his lover, Julia, who was briefly visiting him there. Rome begins with Petersen’s portraits of Julia, which develop into a broader investigation of the city’s lesser-known monuments and byways.
£31.50

Picture of Here and Now

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This lavishly illustrated monograph – published to accompany France’s first major retrospective since the photographer’s death in 2004 – traces Cartier-Bresson’s development as a photographer, activist, journalist and artist. In addition to some of his best-known photographs, here are many seldom seen or unpublished images, and some rarities in colour as well as black and white.

Henri Cartier-Bresson’s work embraced art, politics, revolution and war. But more powerful than any of these overarching themes was his evident concern for the human individual at every social level. Cartier-Bresson’s observations of the effects of poverty and revolution around the world led directly to his pioneering photojournalism, and his co-founding of Magnum Photos. He also became renowned for his penetrating portraits ofthe most prominent figures of his time: Cartier-Bresson’s biographer Pierre Assouline called him ‘the eye of the century’.

This is an indispensable work for lovers of photography and admirers of Henri Cartier-Bresson, whose influence continues to endure so powerfully today.

Publisher: Thames & Hudson

Size: 295 x 234 mm

416 pages, with over 500 illustrations in colour & black and white

Henri Cartier-Bresson
This lavishly illustrated monograph – published to accompany France’s first major retrospective since the photographer’s death in 2004.
£40.50

Picture of Capa in Color

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Famed photojournalist and founder of Magnum Photos, Robert Capa was primarily known for his black-and-white images. But after World War II he turned increasingly to color, fulfilling assignments for a variety of popular magazines such as Life and Holiday. This volume reproduces Capa’s color images in a wide variety of forms including prints, magazine spreads, book jackets, and other ephemera, revealing the photographer at a point in his career when his role as director of Magnum required that he keep up with current technology—both as a business decision and a way of capturing new assignments. This book also features contextualizing essays by International Center of Photography curator Cynthia Young and photo historian Sally Stein, travel writings by Capa and assignment collaborators John Steinbeck and Irwin Shaw, and brief essays providing background on various pieces of reportage.

Publisher: Prestel

Size: 255 x 305 mm

208 pages with 225 color illustrations

Robert Capa
This volume reproduces Capa’s color images in a wide variety of forms including prints, magazine spreads, book jackets, and other ephemera.
£36.00

Picture of Upstate

Publisher's Description

Alec Soth and Brad Zellar are spending two weeks in upstate New York. Their trip will cover more than 1000 miles, and the itinerary will range from Albany and the Hudson Valley to the Catskills, Adirondacks, and the university towns of Syracuse and Ithaca. The upstate project will continue the investigation of community life, as well as touch on the region’s landscape, institutions, literature, and long, colorful history.

The LBM Dispatch is an irregularly published newspaper of the North American ramblings of photographer Alec Soth and writer Brad Zellar.

By Alec Soth and Brad Zellar
Publication Date, August, 2012
48 pages 11.25 inches x 15 inches
50 lb newsprint paper
Edition of 2000
Designed by Jenny Tondera

Alec Soth

Publisher's Description

Alec Soth and Brad Zellar are spending two weeks in upstate New York. Their trip will cover more than 1000 miles, and the itinerary will range from Albany and the Hudson Valley to the Catskills, Adirondacks, and the university towns of Syracuse and Ithaca. The upstate project will continue the investigation of community life, as well as touch on the region’s landscape, institutions, literature, and long, colorful history.

The LBM Dispatch is an irregularly published newspaper of the North American ramblings of photographer Alec Soth and writer Brad Zellar.

By Alec Soth and Brad Zellar
Publication Date, August, 2012
48 pages 11.25 inches x 15 inches
50 lb newsprint paper
Edition of 2000
Designed by Jenny Tondera

£17.50

Picture of Michigan

Publisher's Description

From October 20th through November 5th, Alec Soth and Brad Zellar will be on the road in Michigan, producing an election season version of the LBM Dispatch in one of the country’s most diverse and politically fascinating states. The trip –a rambling search for the state of the union in towns all over Michigan– will take them across the Upper Peninsula to the Mackinac Straits, and then downstate through the enormous territory of the Lower Peninsula, including stops in Saginaw, Flint, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo, and Grand Rapids.

The LBM Dispatch is an irregularly published newspaper of the North American ramblings of photographer Alec Soth and writer Brad Zellar.

By Alec Soth and Brad Zellar
Publication Date, November, 2012
48 pages, 11.25 inches x 15 inches
50 lb newsprint paper
Edition of 2000
Designed by Jenny Tondera

Alec Soth

Publisher's Description

From October 20th through November 5th, Alec Soth and Brad Zellar will be on the road in Michigan, producing an election season version of the LBM Dispatch in one of the country’s most diverse and politically fascinating states. The trip –a rambling search for the state of the union in towns all over Michigan– will take them across the Upper Peninsula to the Mackinac Straits, and then downstate through the enormous territory of the Lower Peninsula, including stops in Saginaw, Flint, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo, and Grand Rapids.

The LBM Dispatch is an irregularly published newspaper of the North American ramblings of photographer Alec Soth and writer Brad Zellar.

By Alec Soth and Brad Zellar
Publication Date, November, 2012
48 pages, 11.25 inches x 15 inches
50 lb newsprint paper
Edition of 2000
Designed by Jenny Tondera

£17.50

Picture of LBM Dispatch #6: Texas Triangle

Publisher's Description

From November 19 through December 3, The LBM Dispatch was on the road in the Lone Star State, exploring the people, places, and mythology of the megapolitan area known as the Texaplex. Our rambles in this 60,000-square-mile, roughly triangular territory, home to more than 70% of the Texas population, included the cities of Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, Galveston, and San Antonio, as well as countless small communities where the Old South and the Wild West converge to create an utterly unique culture that continues to loom large in the national imagination. The results of those travels is Texas Triangle, which includes pictures and stories from the 50th anniversary of the J.F.K. assassination, Texas high school football playoffs, Thanksgiving in Houston, the birthplace of Jack Johnson, and the State’s 16th (and final) execution of 2013.

See sample pages.

Publisher: Little Brown Mushroom

Size: 11.25 x 15'

48 pages

Edition of 2000

Alec Soth and Brad Zellar
From November 19 through December 3, The LBM Dispatch was on the road in the Lone Star State, exploring the people, places, and mythology of the megapolitan area known as the Texaplex.
£13.25

Picture of Gröna Lund

Publisher's Description

Gröna Lund is the reissue of Swedish photographer Anders Petersen’s first book: Grönalund om människör pa ett nöjesfalt, originally published by Fyra Förläggare in Stockholm, 1973. Following Café Lehmitz, this series is also produced in a closed world,one of Sweden’s oldest amusement parks, situated on one of Stockholm’s islands and dating back to 1883. Through this re-reading of the 1973 publication, Anders Petersen clearly demonstrates the evolution of his approach.

Publisher: Aman Iman Publishing

Pb 52 ills, 96 pp, 21 x 28 cms. 2013

Anders Petersen
Gröna Lund is the reissue of Swedish photographer Anders Petersen’s first book: Grönalund om människör pa ett nöjesfalt, originally published by Fyra Förläggare in Stockholm, 1973.
£43.50

Picture of Harlem Street Portraits

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Well-known New York photographer Harvey Stein documents the humanity and spirit of the people of Harlem in 166 beautiful black and white photographs taken over 23 years, from 1990 to 2013. The images are mostly close-up portraits that reveal the friendliness and warmth of this city’s inhabitants, the vibrant and bustling vitality of the area, and the changing nature of the neighborhood. What may at first appear to be a casual encounter becomes a personal, intimate record, a meaningful collaboration between photographer and subject. With a population of nearly half a million people, Harlem is America’s most celebrated African-American neighborhood. Its rich past and historical importance have made a unique contribution to our national popular culture. Stein’s photographs capture and celebrate the Harlem spirit.

Publisher: Schiffer Publishing

Size: 12 x 9″

192 pages, 166 b/w photos

Harvey Stein
Well-known New York photographer Harvey Stein documents the humanity and spirit of the people of Harlem in 166 beautiful black and white photographs taken over 23 years, from 1990 to 2013.
£33.75

Picture of Sometimes I cannot smile

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Part of "Arctic Spleen project", Sometimes I cannot smile is a personal, intimate journey inside the Greenlandic juvenile world where nature, violence, boredom and a strong cultural legacy have been claiming for decades the highest and saddest "toll". That of hundreds of young lives.

Further info & images here

Size: 180 x 240 mm

172 illustrations

Piergiorgio Casotti
Part of "Arctic Spleen project", Sometimes I cannot smile is a personal, intimate journey inside the Greenlandic juvenile world where nature, violence, boredom and a strong cultural legacy have been claiming for decades the highest and saddest "toll". That of hundreds of young lives.
£41.50

Picture of Dark Knees

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I became a surrealist because I kept walking around the same blocks, and I started taking a picture of a guy’s shoe. I didn’t know what I was doing exactly. I was just being led by whatever I would see.

Mark Cohen, a major figure in street photography since the 1970’s. He has been relentlessly photographing his home town, Wilkes-Barre in Pennsylvania and its surroundings. He wasn’t interested in drawing a social portrait of this coal town, he kept for more than forty years the distant eye of a stranger, always alert. On an impulse of a split second, Cohen would go very to close to his subjects to take what has become his iconic “grab shots” often blinding them with the artificial light of the flash. In black & white and in color, his photographs taken at arm’s length, without focusing most of the time, chop off fragments of gestures, postures or body parts that run over the frame leaving only torsos without face, hands, feet, pairs of legs or simply knees. From this dazzling combination of lines, these images convey a feeling of restless energy and strangeness to daily life.

Publisher:  Editions Xavier Barral 

Size: 170 x 240 mm

188 pages, 169 photographs

Mark Cohen
Mark Cohen, a major figure in street photography since the 1970’s. He has been relentlessly photographing his home town, Wilkes-Barre in Pennsylvania and its surroundings.
£43.95

Picture of Good Earth, The

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In 1998, photographer Andreas Weinand discovered an ecological haven cared for by three elderly people in the Ruhr Valley, on the outskirts of Essen. There they had been working the land, caring for crops and animals, year-round for the last two decades. The three found it a much more rewarding way to spend their sunset years than sitting in an armchair. Weinand visited in the beginning to buy vegetables, but eventually started to take photographs as well. A selection of over a hundred of these idyllic images is published here, along with short commentary by Weinand, who viewed the experience has the fulfilment of an old childhood longing to again play in the garden.
See here for sample images

Publisher: Peperoni Books

Size: 300 x 250 mm,

144 pages

German/English

Andreas Weinand
In 1998, photographer Andreas Weinand discovered an ecological haven cared for by three elderly people in the Ruhr Valley, on the outskirts of Essen. There they had been working the land, caring for crops and animals, year-round for the last two decades.
£44.95

Picture of Spasibo

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Today Chechnya is an autonomous republic in the Russian Federation, subdued and pacified by force after centuries of rebellion against Moscow. Putin protégé president Ramzan Kadyrov holds absolute power and has almost limitless support from Moscow.

"Davide Monteleone is well acquainted with the complex, tormented life of ordinary Chechens. He has crisscrossed the country, stopping in cities and villages, mountains and forests. This book contains neither majestic city- or country-scapes nor bloodspattered depictions of violence. Monteleone rather shows us the otherwise invisible: the stifling atmosphere, the regnant helplessness and fear, the young women resigned to their fate, and the elderly, whose traditional authority has diminished in the face of Kadyrov’s brutes.
But Monteleone’s photographs also depict hope. Chechens are a mountain people who have endured wars and other atrocities for centuries, including the collective deportation to the arid Kazakh steppes and to Siberia under Stalin in 1944. They know how to resist, and they know when to wait. Strong by nature, they are able to laugh even amidst adversity, and they sustain a birthrate that repopulates the land and replaces the dead. They know perfectly well that this dictatorial regime will fall sooner or later, as it has in other Muslim countries." Galia Ackerman

Publisher: Kehrer Verlag

Size: 24 x 28 cm

164 pages and 16 pages booklet, 86 duotone ills. 

Davide Monteleone
Davide Monteleone is well acquainted with the complex, tormented life of ordinary Chechens. This book contains neither majestic city- or country-scapes nor bloodspattered depictions of violence. Monteleone rather shows us the otherwise invisible
£43.20

Picture of A Year in Photography: Magnum Archive

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Now available again in an attractive new compact format, this generously illustrated book for lovers of photography includes 365 images from the greatest photojournalists of today and yesterday.

Founded by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Magnum Photos is an iconic international photographic cooperative whose members have captured the major historical events of their times, as well as private and intimate moments. A year’s worth of these images is offered in this visually stunning book that features full-page reproductions organized to reflect what Cartier- Bresson himself declared a “community of thought, a shared human quality, a curiosity about what is going on in the world, a respect for what is going on and a desire to transcribe it visually.” Nearly 70 photographers are represented with five to six images each, and the current Magnum members have selected the photographs that they consider to best represent their own output. Published in a brilliant new compact format, running more than 700 pages, this book includes images that make history both individual and universal.

752 pages, 20x20, 7.9 x 7.9 Inches, 365 colour illustrations


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Publisher's Description

Now available again in an attractive new compact format, this generously illustrated book for lovers of photography includes 365 images from the greatest photojournalists of today and yesterday.

Founded by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Magnum Photos is an iconic international photographic cooperative whose members have captured the major historical events of their times, as well as private and intimate moments. A year’s worth of these images is offered in this visually stunning book that features full-page reproductions organized to reflect what Cartier- Bresson himself declared a “community of thought, a shared human quality, a curiosity about what is going on in the world, a respect for what is going on and a desire to transcribe it visually.” Nearly 70 photographers are represented with five to six images each, and the current Magnum members have selected the photographs that they consider to best represent their own output. Published in a brilliant new compact format, running more than 700 pages, this book includes images that make history both individual and universal.

752 pages, 20x20, 7.9 x 7.9 Inches, 365 colour illustrations

£17.99

Picture of Our Daily Bread

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Magnum photographer Erich Hartmann’s long-term project shows the human work involved in making "Our Daily Bread" from land-clearing through planting and harvesting to the feeding of millions. From the early 1950s he added material to this project – land workers in Israel, combine harvesting in Nebraska, a miller in rural France, a soup kitchen, a Paris bakery, a Bedouin in Beersheba selling grain at market, a school cafeteria. "Our Daily Bread" was first shown in a large exhibition in New York 1962 and is now, for the first time, published as a book.
Born in Munich, Erich Hartmann (1922 – 1999) fled to the USA in 1938 and later worked as a freelance photographer in New York. Invited by Robert Capa to join Magnum in 1952, he was for many years on the board of directors, becoming president in 1985. As a photojournalist, he traveled all over the world on assignments from newspapers, magazines and corporate clients. He pursued many personal projects, for instance in the 1990s he photographed the remains of the Nazi concentration camps, resulting in the book and exhibition In the Camps (1995).

»The product of eight years of thought and work, Erich Hartmann’s Our Daily Bread is his lyrical tribute to the men and women everywhere whose daily work helps to create the bread which feeds us all and which has become a metaphor for sustenance. His photographs make a picture-poem of the significance of bread to us all.« Ruth Bains Hartmann

Editor: Anna-Patricia Kahn, Ruth Bains Hartmann
Authors: Erich Hartmann, Ruth Bains Hartmann, Yves Kugelmann, et al.
Artists: Erich Hartmann

Designed by Kehrer Design
Hardcover
23 x 32 cm
164 pages
88 duotone ills.
English
ISBN 978-3-86828-446-1
2013

Erich Hartmann

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Magnum photographer Erich Hartmann’s long-term project shows the human work involved in making "Our Daily Bread" from land-clearing through planting and harvesting to the feeding of millions. From the early 1950s he added material to this project – land workers in Israel, combine harvesting in Nebraska, a miller in rural France, a soup kitchen, a Paris bakery, a Bedouin in Beersheba selling grain at market, a school cafeteria. "Our Daily Bread" was first shown in a large exhibition in New York 1962 and is now, for the first time, published as a book.
Born in Munich, Erich Hartmann (1922 – 1999) fled to the USA in 1938 and later worked as a freelance photographer in New York. Invited by Robert Capa to join Magnum in 1952, he was for many years on the board of directors, becoming president in 1985. As a photojournalist, he traveled all over the world on assignments from newspapers, magazines and corporate clients. He pursued many personal projects, for instance in the 1990s he photographed the remains of the Nazi concentration camps, resulting in the book and exhibition In the Camps (1995).

»The product of eight years of thought and work, Erich Hartmann’s Our Daily Bread is his lyrical tribute to the men and women everywhere whose daily work helps to create the bread which feeds us all and which has become a metaphor for sustenance. His photographs make a picture-poem of the significance of bread to us all.« Ruth Bains Hartmann

Editor: Anna-Patricia Kahn, Ruth Bains Hartmann
Authors: Erich Hartmann, Ruth Bains Hartmann, Yves Kugelmann, et al.
Artists: Erich Hartmann

Designed by Kehrer Design
Hardcover
23 x 32 cm
164 pages
88 duotone ills.
English
ISBN 978-3-86828-446-1
2013

£37.80

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