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Picture of Lensless Landscapes
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A new book of black & white pinhole landscape photographs by Steve Gosling. All the photographs in it were taken with a handmade wooden and brass pinhole camera. This book is a high quality, casebound edition in a limited print run that is destined to become as collectible as his exhibition prints. Each copy will be numbered and signed by the photographer.

Publisher: Papero Publsihing
Size: 250 x 250mm
64 pages, 50 images

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Steve Gosling
Signed Copies Available

Publisher's Description
A new book of black & white pinhole landscape photographs by Steve Gosling. All the photographs in it were taken with a handmade wooden and brass pinhole camera. This book is a high quality, casebound edition in a limited print run that is destined to become as collectible as his exhibition prints. Each copy will be numbered and signed by the photographer.

Publisher: Papero Publsihing
Size: 250 x 250mm
64 pages, 50 images

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£40.00

Picture of Road Trip Journal
Signed Copies Available

Publisher's Description
Stephen Shore is one of the most pioneering and influential photographers of the twentieth century, best-known for his photographs of vernacular America taken in the early 1970s

This special, highly collectible limited edition book is the only complete documentation of Shore’s month-long road trip across America in 1973 featuring a reproduction of every page of the journal he made on this trip and every photograph taken

Shore recorded every detail of his road trip in this journal which featured his own photographs and lists of information like where he stayed, what he ate, what he watched on the television, how many photographs he took, as well as ephemera such as receipts and postcards

This beautifully designed book is the same format as Shore’s original journal with each page faithfully reproduced and followed by a section of plates showing each photograph taken on the trip, including small town high streets, plates of food, toilets, beds, hotel rooms and portraits of locals and friends

The photographs Shore made on this trip are only published in full here although they also form part of his seminal body of work Uncommon Places which, along with American Surfaces, paved the way for the work of famous photographers of the ‘ordinary’ and ‘everyday’ such as Martin Parr, Thomas Struth and Nan Goldin

Each individually numbered book is signed by Shore and includes a short text on the history of the road trip written by the photographer. A full set of the postcards that Shore made and distributed secretly in local shops' racks during his travels are also reproduced to ensure this is a complete record of the trip, and an essential title for photobook collectors, photography enthusiast, or for anyone interested in American popular culture

Publisher: Phaidon
Size: 334 x 262 mm
256 pages

Publisher's Price: £ 175.00
Stephen Shore
Signed Copies Available

Publisher's Description
Stephen Shore is one of the most pioneering and influential photographers of the twentieth century, best-known for his photographs of vernacular America taken in the early 1970s

This special, highly collectible limited edition book is the only complete documentation of Shore’s month-long road trip across America in 1973 featuring a reproduction of every page of the journal he made on this trip and every photograph taken

Shore recorded every detail of his road trip in this journal which featured his own photographs and lists of information like where he stayed, what he ate, what he watched on the television, how many photographs he took, as well as ephemera such as receipts and postcards

This beautifully designed book is the same format as Shore’s original journal with each page faithfully reproduced and followed by a section of plates showing each photograph taken on the trip, including small town high streets, plates of food, toilets, beds, hotel rooms and portraits of locals and friends

The photographs Shore made on this trip are only published in full here although they also form part of his seminal body of work Uncommon Places which, along with American Surfaces, paved the way for the work of famous photographers of the ‘ordinary’ and ‘everyday’ such as Martin Parr, Thomas Struth and Nan Goldin

Each individually numbered book is signed by Shore and includes a short text on the history of the road trip written by the photographer. A full set of the postcards that Shore made and distributed secretly in local shops' racks during his travels are also reproduced to ensure this is a complete record of the trip, and an essential title for photobook collectors, photography enthusiast, or for anyone interested in American popular culture

Publisher: Phaidon
Size: 334 x 262 mm
256 pages

Publisher's Price: £ 175.00
£157.50

Picture of FACES Vol. 4 Noh Masks of Naito Clan

Publisher's Description
With this book, you will get a print of any image you choose from the book. Your print will be a toned gelatin silver print with approximately 6x6 image size, printed by the artist, signed, dated and numbered. Each image is limited edition of 100.
To see images from this book on Hiroshi Watanabe's website click here

Size: 7 x 7'
20 black & white photographs

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Hiroshi Watanabe
Signed copy by special order - allow two weeks
£125.00

Picture of FACES Vol. 3 Ena Bunraku

Publisher's Description
With this book, you will get a print of any image you choose from the book. Your print will be a toned gelatin silver print with approximately 6x6 image size, printed by the artist, signed, dated and numbered. Each image is limited edition of 100.

To see images from this book on Hiroshi Watanabe's website click here

Size: 7 x 7'
20 black & white images

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Hiroshi Watanabe
Signed copy by special order - allow two weeks
£125.00

Picture of FACES Vol. 2 Kabuki Players

Publisher's Description
With this book, you will get a print of any image you choose from the book. Your print will be a toned gelatin silver print with approximately 6x6 image size, printed by the artist, signed, dated and numbered. Each image is limited edition of 100.

To see images from this book on Hiroshi Watanabe's website click here

Size: 7¼ x 7¼'


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Hiroshi Watanabe
Signed copy by special order - allow two weeks
£125.00

Picture of FACES Vol. 1 San Lazaro Psychiatric Hospital

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The book is also 8x8 in size, and it contains 20 images. With this book, you will get a 6x6 gelatin silver print of 'Patient AL, Blind' or 'Patient ES, Schizophrenic'. The print is signed and numbered, and each image is limited editon of 200.

To see images from this book on Hiroshi Watanabe's website click here

Size: 7¼ x 7¼'
20 images

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Hiroshi Watanabe
Signed copy by special order - allow two weeks
£125.00

Picture of Veiled Observations and Reflections

Publisher's Description
I made a small book titled 'Veiled Observations and Reflections' to accompany the show of the same title held at White Room Gallery in August 2002. The book is 8x8 in size. It contains 20 images selected from the show and a 6x6 gelatin silver print of 'White Terns, Midway Atoll' or 'El Arbolito Park, Quito, Ecuador'. The print is signed and numbered, and each image is limited editon of 200.

Size: 8 x 8'
20 duotone illustrations

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To see images from this book on Hiroshi Watanabe's website click here

Hiroshi Watanabe
Signed copy by special order - allow two weeks
£155.00

Picture of Fruitless - One Picture Book 42
Publisher's Description
Comprised of photographs of fruit trees in northern Dutchess and southern Columbia Counties in New York state, Tanya Marcuse's Fruitless documents orchards as they change with the seasons, and unfortunately with the times: these orchards are vanishing as new housing developments spring up at astonishing rates, and many of the trees stand on land that is currently for sale. Now listed at $150 on Nazraeli's home website. We have one copy left, slightly damaged, but not effecting the photographs. Please phone or email the shop if you require a description.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 5 1/2 x 7 1/4
16 pages, 9 duotone plates, one original print

Publisher's Price: £25.00
Tanya Marcuse
Publisher's Description
Comprised of photographs of fruit trees in northern Dutchess and southern Columbia Counties in New York state, Tanya Marcuse's Fruitless documents orchards as they change with the seasons, and unfortunately with the times: these orchards are vanishing as new housing developments spring up at astonishing rates, and many of the trees stand on land that is currently for sale. Now listed at $150 on Nazraeli's home website. We have one copy left, slightly damaged, but not effecting the photographs. Please phone or email the shop if you require a description.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 5 1/2 x 7 1/4
16 pages, 9 duotone plates, one original print

Publisher's Price: £25.00
£22.50

Picture of Frozen History
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Publisher's Description

At the turn of the twentieth century the geographical South Pole was the object of one of the last great races of discovery. This 'heroic age' of exploration is a chronicle of hardship, courage, endurance and tragedy. It is a record of men who overcame great odds and often their own fears and foibles to reach the South Pole. The British names of Robert Falcon Scott and Ernest Shackleton are writ large in the legend of this frozen continent.

The 'heroic age' saw a number of British Antarctic expeditions mounted and dozens of men risked their lives to conquer the last great frontier on earth. These parties built substantial wooden huts at locations accessible by ship and from these bases the sledging parties left for the interior.

About one century after their construction, Josef and Katharina Hoflehner present this premiere detailed portrayal of these historic sites. Many of these fine photographs are accompanied by excerpts from diaries gathered from Antarctic historic site authority and author David L. Harrowfield. In his foreword he wrote: “... for the first time a book now captures the true feeling and uniqueness of the huts and their contents.”

Publisher: Josef Hoflehner
Size: 240 x 300cm
288 pages, 182 varnished duotone plates


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Customers who bought books by Josef Hoflehner also showed an interest in books by Michael Kenna.
Josef Hoflehner
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Publisher's Description

At the turn of the twentieth century the geographical South Pole was the object of one of the last great races of discovery. This 'heroic age' of exploration is a chronicle of hardship, courage, endurance and tragedy. It is a record of men who overcame great odds and often their own fears and foibles to reach the South Pole. The British names of Robert Falcon Scott and Ernest Shackleton are writ large in the legend of this frozen continent.

The 'heroic age' saw a number of British Antarctic expeditions mounted and dozens of men risked their lives to conquer the last great frontier on earth. These parties built substantial wooden huts at locations accessible by ship and from these bases the sledging parties left for the interior.

About one century after their construction, Josef and Katharina Hoflehner present this premiere detailed portrayal of these historic sites. Many of these fine photographs are accompanied by excerpts from diaries gathered from Antarctic historic site authority and author David L. Harrowfield. In his foreword he wrote: “... for the first time a book now captures the true feeling and uniqueness of the huts and their contents.”

Publisher: Josef Hoflehner
Size: 240 x 300cm
288 pages, 182 varnished duotone plates


Usually dispatched within 10 working days

Customers who bought books by Josef Hoflehner also showed an interest in books by Michael Kenna.
£80.00

Picture of Twenty Year Retrospective

Publisher's Description
In association with its original Japanese publisher, Treville, we are pleased to announce a new printing of Michael Kenna: A Twenty Year Retrospective. The Nazraeli Press edition features a larger format than previous editions, with high fidelity tritones printed 1:1 from original prints. It will serve as a companion book to Kenna’s Volume Two, to be published by Nazraeli Press in 2004. Born in the industrial north of England, Michael Kenna has lived in San Francisco since 1980. His mysterious photographs, often made at dawn or in the dark hours of night, concentrate on the interaction between natural landscape and man-made structures. His work has been shown throughout the United States, Europe, Australia and Japan, and is in such permanent collections as The Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; The Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague; The National Gallery of Art, Washington; and The Victoria and Albert Museum, London. In her foreword, Ruth Bernhard describes Kenna’s prints as “exquisitely seductive, spiritual experiences, akin to poetry and music.” An essay by Peter C. Bunnell considers Kenna’s background and development, providing a thoughtful introduction to the 130 images that represent the twenty-year period from 1974 to 1994.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 12 x 13'
168 pages, 130 duotone plates.

Customers who bought books by Michael Kenna also showed an interest in books by Josef Hoflehner.

Publisher's Price: £50.00
Michael Kenna

Publisher's Description
In association with its original Japanese publisher, Treville, we are pleased to announce a new printing of Michael Kenna: A Twenty Year Retrospective. The Nazraeli Press edition features a larger format than previous editions, with high fidelity tritones printed 1:1 from original prints. It will serve as a companion book to Kenna’s Volume Two, to be published by Nazraeli Press in 2004. Born in the industrial north of England, Michael Kenna has lived in San Francisco since 1980. His mysterious photographs, often made at dawn or in the dark hours of night, concentrate on the interaction between natural landscape and man-made structures. His work has been shown throughout the United States, Europe, Australia and Japan, and is in such permanent collections as The Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; The Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague; The National Gallery of Art, Washington; and The Victoria and Albert Museum, London. In her foreword, Ruth Bernhard describes Kenna’s prints as “exquisitely seductive, spiritual experiences, akin to poetry and music.” An essay by Peter C. Bunnell considers Kenna’s background and development, providing a thoughtful introduction to the 130 images that represent the twenty-year period from 1974 to 1994.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 12 x 13'
168 pages, 130 duotone plates.

Customers who bought books by Michael Kenna also showed an interest in books by Josef Hoflehner.

Publisher's Price: £50.00
£45.00

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