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Picture of Tokyo: Vision of its Other Sides 2

For this book, Masatoshi Naito selected photographs by surveying all the negatives of a series in which the photographer extensively shot Tokyo's dark side from 1970 to 1985. None of the photographs in this book have been published before or included in his book, Tokyo: A Vision of Its Other Side (1985). This new book, compiled out of these unseen photographs and edited by Yasunori Hoki, the director of SUPER LABO, vividly portrays "the other side" of Tokyo in a different style from the previous publication and includes a new foreword written by Naito himself.

“In Tokyo, there are layers of sediment from diverse times. Tokyo today. Tokyo in the time of the post-war black-markets. Tokyo in the Edo period. A day of the people in Tokyo commonly begins with getting up in the morning and going to work. When the day's work is done, they go home after stopping by shopping streets or drinking bars. Nowadays, I see crowds of people flooding all over the Tokyo city area from morning to night. The crowds are always there, from the first train to the last train of the Yamanote Line, the Chuo Line, subways and various private railways. However, when the last trains are gone, along with the businessmen and women, students, and the workers of restaurants and bars, Tokyo is deserted, and the "other face of Tokyo" emerges. Somebody gathers food dumped by bars and restaurants. Another one picks up cardboard boxes and cans that may sell. There are people sleeping on the street. Some of them are drinking alcohol. Homeless people begin to act lively. Exactly, Tokyo as a "huge life form" reveals itself.”

Softcover, Limited edition of 1000

Publisher: Superlabo

Size: 216 x 280 mm

44 Pages, 25 Images(b/w)

Limited edition of 1000

Masatoshi Naito
Limited Edition of 1000. Images originating from the same period as Naito's 1985 publication but not included there.
£35.00

Picture of Last Year’s Photographs (limited Edition)

Publisher's Description

The special, hardcover edition of Araki’s Last Year’s Photographs is limited to 500 copies and comes in a case made after the original box the photos were stored in for over 40 years.

Hidden away in a box labelled “Kyonen no shashin” (Last Year’s Photographs), 38 pictures Nobuyoshi Araki has taken in 1975 spent a quiet life, to surface as a time capsule of the prolific Japanese photographer’s early work period.

The photos - mostly snapshots of people in streets and trains, in stark black and white - capture private moments in Tokyo’s public life with an unintruding, unassuming eye. A beautiful look into the recent past of one of the world’s biggest megacities, and into the early career of one of its most talented photographers.

Publisher: Case Publishing

Size: 262 x 180 mm

80 pages, 38 images

Limited Edition: 500

Araki
The special, hardcover edition of Araki’s Last Year’s Photographs is limited to 500 copies and comes in a case made after the original box the photos were stored in for over 40 years.
£53.00

Picture of Rivers of Power (Signed)

Publisher's Description

This is the story of the tragic relationship between two bodies: a critical narration of the long and failed relationship between a society and a river. Although today it is a long and winding sarcophagus, in the past the city depended on the abundance of its stream. Centuries later, with Monterrey transformed into a regional industrial enclave, the Santa Catarina River served as border between social classes: the employers on the north side, the laborers on the south. The first hydraulic engineering works were carried out at the beginning of the 20th century. In 1909, wells and dikes were routed through pipes. That same year the river overflowed and caused the catastrophic flood that took over 5 thousand lives. Entire families disappeared. Since then, the river has been serving a sentence, receiving the treatment of a beast, with its future in peril. This fear, built based on ignorant speeches, created in American universities and reproduced with strict fidelity in Monterrey, was capitalized by governments eager to make their power known. The domination of the uncontrollable body of nature is a necessary rite of passage in any industrial society. In this way, the political apparatus decided to display its strength against the Santa Catarina River, whose clamor still resonated in the city’s memory, with the inauguration of the works that channeled it to protect Monterrey and utilize the water as raw material. The prolonged engineering works were nothing short of a marvel of modernity. After the ribbon was cut, in the mid-20th century, a subconscious link was broken and a period of aridity began, not only in the landscape, but also in morality. It broke the scale. The river was a line drawn on a technical plan. In 1988, Hurricane Gilberto hit the city of Monterrey. The city once again trembled before the torrential power of its currents, which tore up houses, markets, Ferris wheels and merry-go-rounds. Leaving over 300 people dead, the destruction served as a reminder to the following generation: this is not a dead river, but a captive one. The tragedy had no end point until the year 2004 when another large-scale work of civil engineering was inaugurated, known as the Rompepicos dam or grout curtain, whose purpose was to curb the water level from its source, in the Sierra Madre Oriental. But in the year 2010 it again broke through with all its might: stoked by Hurricane Alex, the body of water managed to burst the pipes to escape, fugitive and enraged, bellowing across the entire length of the city. Those of us who heard it cannot forget that enthralling and harrowing cry of freedom. Its spirit took shape, returned to it. Faced with human pain, we hid our joy as we acknowledged its resurrection. Standing on the devastated riverbanks, we contemplated the water, enraptured by a sensual revolution. The frenzied cry of fertility of a body faced with its captor. Then we watched the same entrepreneurs build business opportunities out of the destruction. We stood witness to the engineering works that managed to bury the river once again. We were not able to stop them, or resist, because the speed of the expressways rushing along the riverside hampers any considered thought. They plundered the stone and sand of its sepulcher to use as construction materials. Today we stand thirsty as the withered body of the river is scattered throughout the city.

Signed copies

Sample images

Size: 230 x300 mm

144 pages

Limited Edition 490 copies

Alejandro Cartagena
This is the story of the tragic relationship between two bodies: a critical narration of the long and failed relationship between a society and a river.
£40.00

Picture of Lina Scheynius: 08
Eighth in the series of diaristic self-published books from young Swedish photographer Lina Scheynius. - See more at: http://www.dashwoodbooks.com/pages/books/16081/lina-scheynius/08#sthash.bQY26j7i.dpuf
Eighth in the series of diaristic self-published books from young Swedish photographer Lina Scheynius. - See more at: http://www.dashwoodbooks.com/pages/books/16081/lina-scheynius/08#sthash.bQY26j7i.dpuf
Eighth in the series of diaristic self-published books from young Swedish photographer Lina Scheynius. - See more at: http://www.dashwoodbooks.com/pages/books/16081/lina-scheynius/08#sthash.bQY26j7i.dpuf

Eighth in the series of diaristic self-published books from young Swedish photographer Lina ScheyniusSize: A5

64 pages

Limited Edition: 1000 copies

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Lina Scheynius
Eighth in the series of diaristic self-published books from young Swedish photographer Lina Scheynius. - See more at: http://www.dashwoodbooks.com/pages/books/16081/lina-scheynius/08#sthash.bQY26j7i.dpuf
Eighth in the series of diaristic self-published books from young Swedish photographer Lina Scheynius. - See more at: http://www.dashwoodbooks.com/pages/books/16081/lina-scheynius/08#sthash.bQY26j7i.dpuf
Eighth in the series of diaristic self-published books from young Swedish photographer Lina Scheynius. - See more at: http://www.dashwoodbooks.com/pages/books/16081/lina-scheynius/08#sthash.bQY26j7i.dpuf

Eighth in the series of diaristic self-published books from young Swedish photographer Lina ScheyniusSize: A5

64 pages

Limited Edition: 1000 copies

Sample images

£22.00

Picture of Nadia Color and B&W (two volume set)

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Publisher's Description

Nadia, oh Nadia
Where are you?
In the wonderlands of this world,
you are always near my heart,
and there you lie asleep even now
From time to time you talk in your sleep,
“Wasn’t the camera good back then!”

Kazuko Shiraishi wrote the poetry for this book.

Long out of print and frequently selected for "best of photography books", we present a new edition of this work which has rightfully become a legend of its genre.

The two types of publication; b&w and color books are published simultaneously and gathered together in this two volume set.

This new edition of “Nadia", to include a lot of unpublished works.


Publisher: Akio Nagasawa Publishing

Size: 202 × 284 mm

Two vols: 264 +136 pages

Limited Edition: 600

Hajime Sawatari
Long out of print and frequently selected for "best of photography books", Akio Nagasawa Publishing present a new edition of this work which has rightfully become a legend of its genre.
£330.00

Picture of Nadia B&W

Publisher's Description

Nadia, oh Nadia
Where are you?
In the wonderlands of this world,
you are always near my heart,
and there you lie asleep even now
From time to time you talk in your sleep,
“Wasn’t the camera good back then!”

Kazuko Shiraishi wrote the poetry for this book.

Long out of print and frequently selected for "best of photography books", we present a new edition of this work which has rightfully become a legend of its genre.

The two types of publication; b&w and color books are published simultaneously.

This new edition of “Nadia", to include a lot of unpublished works.


Publisher: Akio Nagasawa Publishing

Size: 202 × 284 mm

264 pages

Limited Edition: 600

Hajime Sawatari
Long out of print and frequently selected for "best of photography books", Akio Nagasawa Publishing present a new edition of this work which has rightfully become a legend of its genre.
£200.00

Picture of Nadia Color

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Publisher's Description

Nadia, oh Nadia
Where are you? In the wonderlands of this world, you are always near my heart, and there you lie asleep even now From time to time you talk in your sleep, “Wasn’t the camera good back then!”

Kazuko Shiraishi wrote the poetry for this book.

Long out of print and frequently selected for "best of photography books", we present a new edition of this work which has rightfully become a legend of its genre. The two types of publication; b&w and color books are published simultaneously.

This new edition of “Nadia", to include a lot of unpublished works.


Publisher: Akio Nagasawa Publishing

Size: 202 × 284 mm

136 pages

Hajime Sawatari
Long out of print and frequently selected for "best of photography books", Akio Nagasawa Publishing present a new edition of this work which has rightfully become a legend of its genre.
£165.00

Picture of NZ Library | Set Two (Complete - Signed)

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Publisher's Description

Each title in the NZ Library is limited to 350 numbered, signed and individually slipcased copies. Books measure  approximately 380 x 305mm.  The retail price for single copies is £150; when purchased as a set, a generous discount is extended, for a per-title price of £100.
NZ Library: Set Two includes the following six titles:

    •    ROBBERT FLICK | LA Diary
    •    KAZUO KITAI | Tsugaru / Shimokita
    •    PHILIP MELNICK | Nineteen Seventies California
    •    JOHN SCHOTT | Mobile Homes 1975-1976
    •    TOSHIO SHIBATA | Yodaka
    •    MARK STEINMETZ | Angel City West
.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press


Each title in the NZ Library is limited to 350 numbered, signed and individually slipcased copies.
£540.00

Picture of Yodaka (SIgned)

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Publisher's Description

“The end of the 1970s saw the completion of Japan's postwar construction, as well as a withering of the student movement and the various terrorist acts that had shaken the global community. The early 1980s was a brief interlude of calm, anticipating the end of the long Showa era, before Japan was deluged by the bubble economy. 



I had just returned to Japan in 1980, after studying for four years in Flanders where time moves slowly, and the atmosphere is very relaxed. In addition to the rapidly advancing westernization, the reality of this new Tokyo, where old pre-war Showa is blended with modern Showa (post-war) looked disorderly and chaotic to me, and it was not easy to capture it visually. I struggled to realize my own mode of expression in this home country of mine, and began by chasing lights of the night-time to deflect this chaos.” – Toshio Shibata, from the Afterword



Born in Japan in 1949, Toshio Shibata entered the painting department of the University of Arts of Tokyo in 1968. He later decided to continue his studies in Europe at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Gant (Belgium) where he turned to photography. It was upon his return to Japan in 1980 that he made the haunting, nighttime photographs of Tokyo presented here for the first time.

Sample images

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 380 x 305 mm

48 pages, 41 duotone plates


Toshio Shibata

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Publisher's Description

“The end of the 1970s saw the completion of Japan's postwar construction, as well as a withering of the student movement and the various terrorist acts that had shaken the global community. The early 1980s was a brief interlude of calm, anticipating the end of the long Showa era, before Japan was deluged by the bubble economy. 



I had just returned to Japan in 1980, after studying for four years in Flanders where time moves slowly, and the atmosphere is very relaxed. In addition to the rapidly advancing westernization, the reality of this new Tokyo, where old pre-war Showa is blended with modern Showa (post-war) looked disorderly and chaotic to me, and it was not easy to capture it visually. I struggled to realize my own mode of expression in this home country of mine, and began by chasing lights of the night-time to deflect this chaos.” – Toshio Shibata, from the Afterword



Born in Japan in 1949, Toshio Shibata entered the painting department of the University of Arts of Tokyo in 1968. He later decided to continue his studies in Europe at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Gant (Belgium) where he turned to photography. It was upon his return to Japan in 1980 that he made the haunting, nighttime photographs of Tokyo presented here for the first time.

Sample images

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 380 x 305 mm

48 pages, 41 duotone plates


£180.00

Picture of Mobile Homes 1975-1976 (Signed)

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Publisher's Description

“Encountering the American west for the first time in the early 1970s, I became fascinated with the landscapes and iconography of mobile homes. In a previous century Americans migrated west in Prairie Schooners to become farmers or shopkeepers. After the Second World War they continued this ‘Westward Ho!’, but now in commercially-fabricated mobile homes, often to retirement. These new pioneers clustered in communities that transformed the western landscape and its built environment through a new architecture of mobility.

Mobile home manufacturers produce a range of styles with architectural references that animate cultural aspirations or memories of home and community left behind. After choosing a basic style, new owners make individual touches to the exterior and lawn that transform the generic into the personal. Viewed from a surrounding hillside, mobile home parks look like arabesques of uniform aluminum boxes. On close observation, however, they reveal a rich flora and fauna of personal expression and longing for both individuality and community.” – John Schott, from the Preface

The images in Mobile Homes 1975-1976 were made with an 8x10-inch Deardorff view camera in California during 1975 and 1976. This project followed photographs of Route 66 motels in 1973 and 1974, work which was included in “New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape”, at George Eastman House in 1975 and John Schott | Route 66: 1973–1974, Nazraeli Press, 2014 (NZ Library: Set 1).

Sample images

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 380 x 305 mm

64 pages, 54 duotone plates

John Schott
The images in Mobile Homes 1975-1976 were made with an 8x10-inch Deardorff view camera in California during 1975 and 1976.
£135.00

Picture of Nineteen Seventies California (Signed)

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Publisher's Description

Born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1935, Philip Melnick grew up in Los Angeles, where he attended the University of California. In the 1970s, shooting with a medium format camera, Melnick made black-and-white photographs of his surroundings, exploring the unique sense of style found in the Southern California urban landscape. Nineteen Seventies California offers a beautifully presented selection of Melnick’s most striking work from this period, in which he displays a keen eye for the character of its vernacular architecture and the distinctive look of its streets: the quirky confluence of a single parked car with a street facing wall and a fragmented apartment building; the intersection of street, fence and another non-descript apartment house. He isolates the intricate pattern of a wall, creating arresting fusions of everyday sights and geometric abstraction. “Melnick’s images emphasize a push-pull, hard-soft tension that give his pictures distinguished style and great beauty,” wrote the late Fred McDarrah, who was himself a photographer for The Village Voice, as well as a writer, during the years that this series was produced.

Sample images

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 380 x 305 mm

48 pages, 31 duotone plates

ISBN 978-1-59005-438-3

Philip Melnick
Nineteen Seventies California offers a beautifully presented selection of Melnick’s most striking work
£135.00

Picture of Tsugaru | Shimokita (Signed)

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Publisher's Description

Kazuo Kitai dropped out six months into his first year of art school, revealing a rebellious streak that led him to become involved in the protest movements of 1960s Japan. His first photography book, “Resistance”, was self-published in 1965. For the rest of the 1960s he continued to follow radical student protests, producing Barricade, Agitators and finally Sanrizuka in 1971.

As the 1960s came to a close, Kitai became disillusioned with political themes and turned to the everyday life of ordinary people. Kitai`s first journey was to one of the most remote parts of Japan, the Shimokita Peninsula, and photographs from this journey to Shimokita in 1970 make up the first half of this book. In 1972 and 1973 Kitai traveled again to this most northerly part of Honshu, to the neighboring area of Tsugaru, and this makes up the other half of this book.

These regions of Shimokita and Tsugaru had been very isolated and barren, with bitterly cold winters. Local language, legends and ancient beliefs had survived into the modern era. The region was known for shamanism and communion with the dead spirits gathering around the holy mountain of Osorezan.

During the rest of the 1970s, Kitai was to continue his exploration of rural areas of Japan, for which, in 1976, he received the award of the inaugural Ihei Kimura Prize, Japan`s most prestigious award for photography.

Sample images

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 380 x 305 mm

48 pages, 40 duotone plates

Kazuo Kitai
Kazuo Kitai dropped out six months into his first year of art school, revealing a rebellious streak that led him to become involved in the protest movements of 1960s Japan.
£135.00

Picture of LA Diary (Signed)

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Robbert Flick, born in Holland in 1939, is a Southern California artist who uses photography as his primary medium. This gorgeous new monograph presents an important, early body of work that would inform Flick’s approach to all of his subsequent artistic activities: 

"The late 1960s was an open-ended time with very few boundaries. I was interested in rendering my photographic experience of Los Angeles, and wanted to emphasize the process of that experience. Rather than framing a moment, it became important to acknowledge it. This meant that the act of photographing became a gesture. I was also quite poor and had a limited amount of film. I kept some several dozen self-rolled films in a shoebox; whenever I went out I would reach in for four or five of them, and return them back into the box when exposed, leaving a snippet of leader so the film could be reused. I would have absolutely no idea what was on which film I put in my camera.

At the time I would think of film as an endless continuum, and there was a wish to acknowledge that aspect visually … the idea of multiple exposures was linked to ideas about simultaneity, the use of the “I Ching”  and “there is no such thing as accident”. I photographed in this manner for a period of three years."

One of the images on the cover of the book captures a moment from an Ortiz destruction event: where a piano filled with blood was hammered apart with an axe and subsequently a large number of mice were set free in mousetrap-filled areas on the floor. This Destruction Performance very much summarized the political conditions of the time and the senseless destruction of human life and landscapes engendered by the Vietnam war.

Sample images

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 380 x 305 mm

64 pages, 29 duotone plates

Robbert Flick
Robbert Flick, born in Holland in 1939, is a Southern California artist who uses photography as his primary medium. This gorgeous new monograph presents an important, early body of work that would inform Flick’s approach to all of his subsequent artistic activities.
£135.00

Picture of 12 Months of Winter (Issue 2 - Signed)

Publisher's Description

12 Months of Winter is the new Jacob Aue Sobol catalogue collection. A new limited edition catalogue will be published every month.

Size: 240 x 320 mm

40 pages, 19 images

Jacob Aue Sobol
12 Months of Winter is the new Jacob Aue Sobol catalogue collection. A new limited edition catalogue will be published every month.
£22.00

Picture of 12 Months of Winter (Issue 1 - Signed)

Publisher's Description

12 Months of Winter is the new Jacob Aue Sobol catalogue collection. A new limited edition catalogue will be published every month.

Size: 240 x 320 mm

40 pages, 19 images

Jacob Aue Sobol
12 Months of Winter is the new Jacob Aue Sobol catalogue collection. A new limited edition catalogue will be published every month.
£22.00

Picture of Humanity (Signed)

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"Steve McCurry has given us the world through his iconographic image-making. He has been relentless in his pursuit of images that not only inform but sensitize us to places and people from faraway that are the D.N.A. of our planet. That he risks his life for us is of no concern to him. It is his way, an aspect of his pursuit of enduring art. That he is generous, compassionate, and humble is what drives this award-winning photographer and is what underlies his strength and the potency of his image-making.
   
McCurry is one of the best-known artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, and one of the most influential. His images have helped connect us to parts of the world we have never been to, humanizing our perceptions of people throughout the world.
   
But there is one image of McCurry’s that almost everyone knows, even if they don’t know who made it. We are referring, of course, to Sharbat Gula, Afghan Girl (1984).
 It is not too much to say that Afghan Girl has changed the world, “searing the heart” of viewers, owing to its power to inform our perception of humanity. For over thirty years, it has enabled millions of people to connect with another person across wide gulfs of cultural difference. It is this sense of connectedness, achieved through photography, that is McCurry’s great and rare gift to humanity."

- John Stauffer, from the introduction to Humanity

Sample images

Publisher: 21st Editions

Size: 11 x 14"

Edition of fifty copies

9 bound and 3 free-standing platinum prints, each signed*

Handcrafted in New England

*This is the first time McCurry's work has been presented in platinum


Steve McCurry
Edition of fifty copies with 9 bound and 3 free-standing platinum prints, each signed.
£6,200.00

Picture of Tokyo

Publisher's Description

“I have been recording cityscape of Tokyo since 2008. The city gives me a sense of evanescence. All the cities are formed by man’s greed and depth of it decides the size of the cities.
Every single thing existing in the cities is consisted by man intentionally. The cities transforms themselves every moment like the nature does. The city in the period of time where our identity and subjectivity has been lost in the urban environment. They city has lost traditional meaning of the perspective structure and collapsed and expand itself beyond men’s intention.

I see the future of the cities in the boundary of humans and the nature as if man’s greed were disappeared.

I want to record it by photography before it disappears.”

-Kojima Yasutaka afterword, Tokyo

Born in Tokyo in 1977 and based in New York, Kojima Yosutaka’s Tokyo documents the landscape of the city within his most recently published body of work. Published by Sokyusha, Kojima Yosutaka’s photobook collates a series of images taken in between 2008 and 2014. Within, Yosutaka’s portrayal of Tokyo presents a personal reflection upon the landscape and environment which have come to characterize and define a city through it’s structure. What is provided within the images is a representation and mirror to aspects of both time and change, as well as the overriding presence and influence of the human in the shaping of environments.

Publisher: Sokyusha

Size: 230 x 260 mm

64 pages, 60 images

Limited Edition: 600

Kojima Yosutaka
Kojima Yosutaka’s Tokyo documents the landscape of the city within his most recently published body of work.
£50.00

Picture of Horizon Icons

Publisher's Description

Chris Shaw captured a dark and spectacular vision of the Californian desert during the summer of 2013 while on a residency in Joshua Tree National Park. He took pictures in the early morning using a strong flash and printed at night in a make-shift darkroom in his bathroom, using an enlarger specially shipped from New York. In this bold and striking series of photographs, the joshua trees and various desert cacti are transformed into haunting anthropomorphic figures and dancing icons. The prints themselves bear the marks of the ad-hoc printing process, with bleeding edges, fingerprints, off-kilter frames and Shaw's signature hand-written titles.

Sample images

Publisher: Adad Books

Size: 240 x 305 mm 


80 pages 



Print run of 500 copies



Chris Shaw
Chris Shaw captured a dark and spectacular vision of the Californian desert during the summer of 2013 while on a residency in Joshua Tree National Park.
£32.00

Picture of M (Signed)

Publisher's Description

M is for Metro

Misha Pedan’s new book ”M” is poetic chronicle of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. All the photographs are taken, while communting on the subway of Kharkov during 1985-86.

Each day Pedan travelled for 45 minutes into town and 45 minutes back, spending some 1000 hours in the tube. These are the poeple he met.

Sample images

Photographer Misha Pedan Text

Author Vagritch Bahchanyan

Publisher: Khimaira förlag

Size: 260 x 200 mm

124 pages, 80 illustrations

Limited to 1000 copies

Misha Pedan
Misha Pedan’s new book ”M” is poetic chronicle of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic. All the photographs are taken, while communting on the subway of Kharkov during 1985-86.
£35.00

Picture of Tones of Dirt and Bone (limited edition)

Publisher's Description

TBW Books continues its long established relationship with Mike Brodie with our release of the Limited Edition for Tones of Dirt and Bone

Designed and produced in Oakland California, the limited edition was carefully crafted to both compliment the work in the book and pair handsomely with the previous limited editions produced for A Period of Juvenile Prosperity.

The slipcase is screenprinted, this time onto a heartier 72pt. chipboard with die-cut window on the inside cover. This edition brings together elements of Brodie's hand written notes and images from the book to create a unique package that embodies his earliest works and TBW Book's own affinity for simple materials and refined design.

Publisher: TBW Books

Limited Edition Slipcase + First Edition Book (signed)

Edition of 200

Mike Brodie
Limited Edition Slipcase + First Edition Book (signed)
£200.00

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