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Picture of Affinity and Kindred: Lives Shaped by Sea and Faith

Publisher's Description

This highly original book of photographs interweaves images of landscapes, interiors and people with commentary on craft skills and belief systems encountered in the east of England and the Scottish Western Isles, commonly known as the Outer Hebrides. Significantly, both places sit on the edges of the United Kingdom. Richard Denyer has been investigating relationships between land and water throughout his career, beginning with photographic commissions for the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads Authority in the 1980s. The introduction by Professor David Matless traces the antecedents to this new collection and situates Denyer’s practice in a tradition of documentary photography going back to PH Emerson. A desire to complement the photographs with an imaginative text led to the essay by Will Self. To begin with the writing seems to have little connection to Denyer’s images, but the author imperceptibly draws the written and visual elements together by foregrounding his own life experiences and travels to inform a commentary which is as idiosyncratic and colourful as the photographs.

Size: 297 x 310 mm

128 pages, 97 colour plates 

Richard Denyer
This highly original book of photographs interweaves images of landscapes, interiors and people with commentary on craft skills and belief systems encountered in the east of England and the Scottish Western Isles, commonly known as the Outer Hebrides.
£13.50

Picture of On a Good Day

Publisher's Decsription

Perhaps best known as a collaborator on the legendary Beatles album cover for Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Vandenberg’s first monograph brings together his London street portraits from the 1970-80’s, and will be released to coincide with Photo London at Somerset House, 19-22 May 2016, where a specially curated selection of original prints from the book will be exhibited by Eric Franck Fine Art.

‘On a Good Day’ captures the style, mood and tone of 70-80s London and features appearances from Motorhead’s Lemmy and Jordan (Pamela Rooke) the infamous shop assistant at Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren's shop SEX.

In his afterward for the book Martin Barnes, Senior Curator of Photographs at the V&A, notes that ‘Vandenberg sees all this with a sincere and perceptive eye and a sensitive understanding of character, regardless of social standing and cultural background. Vandenberg enthuses: ‘"It’s a great time being young, with your whole life ahead of you. It’s a time for love, hope, dreaming, great creativity. It’s a time away from home, breaking free from parents, home, creating freedom. You feel you can be anything and do anything. The future looks very positive." Every picture in this book is imbued with a positive, uplifting intention.... He was gifted with somehow being able to strike a rapport with, and feel empathy for, his subjects almost instantly.

Publisher: Stanley Barker

Size: 180 x 280 mm

56 pages, 

50 duotone photographs

3/4 wrapped cover / foil stamped in black or white / index cut pages / rounded corners / screen printed text.

Al Vandenberg
‘On a Good Day’ captures the style, mood and tone of 70-80s London and features appearances from Motorhead’s Lemmy and Jordan (Pamela Rooke) the infamous shop assistant at Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren's shop SEX.
£35.00

Picture of Wolfsburg Diary

Publisher's Description

In 2015, Peter Bialobrzeski returned to his hometown, Wolfsburg, to document the changes the city has undergone since his leaving many years previous.

“In the 80’s, I always felt that Wolfsburg was a socialist dream. It felt like everybody was participating. Now the picture has changed”.

Wolfsburg Diary is the 3rd book in the City Diaries series.

Peter Bialobrzeski is a world ­renowned photographer and the recipient of several awards including the prestigious “World Press Photo Award” in 2003 and 2010. He is also the author of over ten photobooks, including “Neon Tigers”, “Heimat”, “Lost in Transition” and “Paradise Now”.

Publisher: The Velvet Cell (Published in conjunction with Kunst Museum, Wolfsburg)

Size: 210 x 140 mm

112 pages

Limited Edition of 800 

Peter Bialobrzeski
In 2015, Peter Bialobrzeski returned to his hometown, Wolfsburg, to document the changes the city has undergone since his leaving many years previous.
£16.20

Picture of Rivers of Power

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.

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 Carpoolers

Publisher's Description

“Although we have seen this work before, what a pleasure to see how this selfpublished project, so cleverly combines the photos of the passing open plan trucks with their passengers laid out flat, but also the skies and scenes that can be viewed from the truck itself” —MARTIN PARR for Time Magazine Best Photobooks 2014

“Carpoolers is a deceptively powerful photobook, so well constructed that we’re suddenly eager to see more of something we had previously ignored”. — LORING KNOBLAUCH for Collector Daily

“It’s useless to comment now on the impact that this series by Alejandro had last year and how effective his neutral approach to the subject was. In the book (brilliantly designed by him, by the way) he leaves some room to certain aspects that might have gotten lost in the transition from the camera to the wall, and that is why this book is great! The hypnotic repetitive beginning, respectful to the series as we’ve known it so far, slowly gets more and more interrupted by frames and pieces of frames that drive you into a new kind of hypnotic state but this time almost as if you were inside the car yourself looking at and experiencing the road not from above anymore”. —CRISTINA DE MIDDEL for Best Books of 2014 Photoeye

“…It feels and looks like one of the books of the year, a classic in the making”.— COLIN PANTALL for Photoeye

“Carpoolers is essentially a fascinating group of still-life photographs taken from a highway overpass — a ‘typology’ (of sorts) of pickup-trucks, day laborers and commuting. Interesting design and a well thought package”. —JEFFREY LADD for Best books 2014 photoeye

“One time, apparently, Alejandro rode in the back of a truck himself. To get the vibe. He made photographs with the camera pointed up, documenting the view, which often featured helicopters. Ferrying Monterrey’s wealthy elite? Or perhaps a cartel jefe? Who knows? But this is one book that will give you a peek into a world you couldn’t possibly know. And I was happy to see it, even if it distracted me from thinking about those 43 stolen boys. RIP”. JONATHAN BLAUSTEIN for aPhotoEditor

“Brilliant design animates a series that could have been monotonous in book form. Instead, it is full of life and movement”.—SARAH BRADLEY for Best books of 2014 Photoeye

“Inside Cartagena’s tightly framed photographs, only thin clouds, visible as reflections, hint at the complex environment in which this scenario plays out day after day for the carpoolers. To get a sense of their perspective as this project neared completion, Cartagena climbed into the bed of a pickup truck with his camera one Sunday morning. With their disorienting, diagonal lines and indistinct, partial glimpses, the images he made contrast starkly with the controlled uniformity characteristic of the principal series”.—CLAUDI CARRERAS

Size: 190 300 mm
112 pages
Second Edition of 470
Alejandro Cartagena
“Although we have seen this work before, what a pleasure to see how this selfpublished project, so cleverly combines the photos of the passing open plan trucks with their passengers laid out flat, but also the skies and scenes that can be viewed from the truck itself” —MARTIN PARR
£40.00

Picture of Post-Script (Signed)

Publisher's Description

Post-Script revisits Laura El-Tantawy’s journey through Cairo’s iconic Tahrir Square five years from Egypt’s momentous revolution and one year after the release of her self-published monograph, In the Shadow of the Pyramids.

The pocket-sized publication features previously unpublished images and written reflections where El-Tantawy takes readers behind the photographs and into the thoughts and emotions that went into making them. It can be considered a reflection on the act of photography itself.

The publication is released to coincide with the Deutsche Börse Photography Foundation Prize 2016, for which In the Shadow of the Pyramids is nominated. The series goes on show at The Photographer’s Gallery in London from April 15-July 3, 2016.

Publisher: RRB Publishing

SIze: 110 x 150 mm

32 pages, 15 plates, 1700 words

Limited edition of 750

Signed and numbered by Laura El-Tantawy

Laura El-Tantawy
Post-Script revisits Laura El-Tantawy’s journey through Cairo’s iconic Tahrir Square five years from Egypt’s momentous revolution and one year after the release of her self-published monograph, In the Shadow of the Pyramids.
£15.00

Picture of Border Cantos

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This project presents a unique collaboration between photographer Richard Misrach and composer and performer Guillermo Galindo. Misrach has been photographing the two-thousand mile border between the U.S. and Mexico since 2004, with increased focus since 2009—the latest installation in his ongoing series Desert Cantos, a multi-faceted approach to the study of place and man’s complex relationship to it. Misrach and Galindo have been working together to create pieces that both document and transform the artifacts of migration. Using water bottles, clothing, backpacks, Border Patrol “drag tires,” spent shotgun shells, ladders, and sections of the border wall itself, most of which were collected by Misrach, Galindo fashions instruments to be performed as unique sound-generating devices. He also imagines graphic musical scores, many of which also use Misrach’s photographs as points of departure.

A unique melding of the artist as documentarian and interpreter, the book will include several suites of photographs drawn from a number of distinct series, or Cantos—some made with a large-format camera as well as an iPhone. The book will also contain a compilation of two dozen sculpture-instruments, graphic scores, instrument designs, and links to videos of performances by Galindo on the image-inspired instruments.

Publisher: Aperture

Size: 13 1/4 x 10 3/4"

274 pages , 257 four-color images

Richard Misrach
This project presents a unique collaboration between photographer Richard Misrach and composer and performer Guillermo Galindo.
£45.00

Picture of Closer

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Tomasz Gudzowaty became established as a wildlife documentary photographer in 1999, when he won the first of his World Press Photo awards in the nature category with a remarkable image of two cheetah cubs just about to take down their first prey. He has since traveled extensively through- out sub-Saharan Africa, amassing thousands of images of elephants, lions, cheetahs, wildebeest, zebras and other species. In 2008 Gudzowaty documented a remote emperor penguin colony in the Weddell Sea, a project he continued through his work on South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.

Gudzowaty’s wildlife photography is characterized by a technical and aesthetic sophistication that is particularly visible in his depictions of large-scale natural spectacles, such as the annual wildebeest migration in Tanzania or the breeding season on the penguin rookeries. This book captures Gudzowaty’s passion and deep knowledge of his subject: keenly observing both general patterns and minute details, he brings the viewer closer to nature’s inner workings and beauty.

Publisher: Steidl

Size: 290 x 370 mm

256 pages, 250 images

Tomasz Gudzowaty
Gudzowaty’s wildlife photography is characterized by a technical and aesthetic sophistication that is particularly visible in his depictions of large-scale natural spectacles, such as the annual wildebeest migration in Tanzania or the breeding season on the penguin rookeries.
£70.20

Picture of Combray

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Publisher's Description

For Elger Esser Combray, a fictional place in Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time, is every place where France might still look as it did in Proust’s time: enchanted villages, riverside farms, Monet’s garden in Giverny, old monasteries and church ruins. Shot in black and white, he produced heliogravures from the negatives, an outdated method that highlights the beauty and latent melancholy of his vision. 

Publisher: Schirmer/Mosel.

Size: 322 x 280 mm

224 pages, 102 duotone plates

German edition with English and French text inlay.

Elger Esser
For Elger Esser Combray, a fictional place in Marcel Proust’s In Search of Lost Time, is every place where France might still look as it did in Proust’s time: enchanted villages, riverside farms, Monet’s garden in Giverny, old monasteries and church ruins.
£61.50

Picture of New Pictures from Paradise

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Thomas Struth draws the viewer into the semidarkness of forests and jungles, the impenetrable yet bright green of trees, bushes, and tropical plants. With 11 new pictures, the expanded new edition of his Paradise book contains the entire series taken in China, Japan, Australia, Brazil, Germany, Peru, Florida, and Hawaii.

Publisher: Schirmer/Mosel

Size: 413 x 324 mm

80 pages, 36 colour plates

English/German edition.

Thomas Struth
Thomas Struth draws the viewer into the semidarkness of forests and jungles, the impenetrable yet bright green of trees, bushes, and tropical plants. With 11 new pictures, the expanded new edition of his Paradise book contains the entire series taken in China, Japan, Australia, Brazil, Germany, Peru, Florida, and Hawaii.
£61.50

Picture of Cuba La Lucha

Publisher's Description

Magnum photographer Carl De Keyzer went to Cuba and came back with surprising, often tragicomical pictures of a split country. Fidel Castro on a wall poster, while a man on the same picture wears a T-shirt that spells FBI. Four Cubans withdrawing money in a bank, while Che Guevara watches them from a portrait above their heads.

In his new photobook, with an introduction by curator and publicist Gabriela Salgado, Carl De Keyzer captures Cuba’s duality in pictures. With a master’s eye, he paints the picture of a country that is still rooted in communism, while reaching for Western capitalism.

Publisher: Lannoo

Size: 22cm x 31cm

176 pages

Carl De Keyzer
Magnum photographer Carl De Keyzer went to Cuba and came back with surprising, often tragicomical pictures of a split country.
£40.50

Picture of Adieu A X

Publisher's Description

Takuma Nakahira's Adieu A X is the third edition of the original 1989 publication to be released by Kawade Shobo Shinsha. The celebrated works by the iconic photographer is once again made available through this reprint allowing viewers to further engage with Nakahira’s photographic perspective within a world which sought to break the boundaries between sign and meanings through the photographic gaze of both subject and photographer.

Publisher: KAWADE SHOBO SHINSHA

Size: 215 x 300 mm

120 pages

Language: Japanese

Takuma Nakahira
Takuma Nakahira's Adieu A X is the third edition of the original 1989 publication to be released by Kawade Shobo Shinsha.
£52.00

Picture of So Long, China

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Publisher's Description

For over thirty years, Patrick Zachmann has traveled across China, a country he discovered in 1982 while reporting on the Chinese film industry. From Hong Kong triads in the 1980’s to the mutation of the city of Beijing through Tiananmen Square protests, this book brings together around 350 B&W and colour photographs, in which the small and the great history meet in a changing country. The underlying theme of this long-term work is the issue of identity, that becomes for the new generations in loss of marks of identity, a major concern.

In an intimate format, this book recalls the travel diary punctuated with excerpts from Patrick Zachmann’s travel log written during his travels. These quotes bring new light on these photographs, as well as on the work of a photographer in a society where censorship and state manipulations prevail.

Publisher: Editions Xavier Barral

Size: 170 x 230 mm

592 pages, 345 black & white and colour photographs

Texts (in French): Patrick Zachmann

Patrick Zachmann
In an intimate format, this book recalls the travel diary punctuated with excerpts from Patrick Zachmann’s travel log written during his travels. These quotes bring new light on these photographs, as well as on the work of a photographer in a society where censorship and state manipulations prevail.
£35.25

Picture of Présage

Publisher's Description

Hideyuki Ishibashi held his first solo exhibition in Tokyo in 2013. Entitled ‘Présage’, it focused on the dilemma produced by today’s plethora of digital images and its impact, most noticeably in the shortened attention we give individual images. Ishibashi used photographs found at antique markets, random postcards, shots from Google Street View, and anonymous online images, carefully disassociating them from previous meanings and combining them to create new images as a platform for the act of viewing itself. Part collage, part conceptual sketch, fully phantasmagorical, the photobook with its many foldout pages offers a wealth of visual stimulation and hidden meaning.

Publisher: Amana

Size: 210 x 260 mm

192 pages

Hideyuki Ishibashi
Hideyuki Ishibashi held his first solo exhibition in Tokyo in 2013. Entitled ‘Présage’, it focused on the dilemma produced by today’s plethora of digital images and its impact, most noticeably in the shortened attention we give individual images.
£76.99

Picture of Hibi

Publisher's Description

Hibi literally comprises a series of street photographs by renowned Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase. Each of the black and white images painstakingly attend to the road’s surface – the worn road-markings, the fading lines and arrows eroded by the city’s innumerable inhabitants, a web of fissures in the asphalt. In 1992, Fukase printed and painted the works for a solo exhibition, 'Private Scenes ‘92', held at Nikon Salon in Tokyo. He overlaid a set of bromide prints with fluid drawings in brightly coloured inks and on every image the physical presence of the artist is traced, a shadow-presence which seems to offer a reading, an interpretation but one that can never be fully resolved.

Sample images

Publisher: Mack Books

Size: 160 x 260 mm

240 pages, 111 colour plates

Masahisa Fukase
Hibi literally comprises a series of street photographs by renowned Japanese photographer Masahisa Fukase. Each of the black and white images painstakingly attend to the road’s surface – the worn road-markings, the fading lines and arrows eroded by the city’s innumerable inhabitants, a web of fissures in the asphalt.
£36.00

Picture of Narcissistic City, The

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What kind of gaze does the city license? What kind of gaze does it induce, determine, inform, program, organise? What is the nature of the city as reality, as image and as symbol? What is this object of desire, at once near and ungraspable, fascinating and repulsive, attractive and intractable, necessary and unbearable, intimate and impenetrable, available and inaccessible, that it is for itself as well as for the man of the crowd, for the man in the street, for the man of the city, for those who inhabit it and those merely passing through it, for anyone who knows that it is a labyrinth but nonetheless allows himself to remain trapped in it?
Hubert Damisch

Takashi Homma uses fragments collected in camera obscura constructed in metropolitan areas of Japan and the US to build a city image by image. Homma does not seek to index any particular city but to render a shadow world, a city's unconscious caught in a dark chamber, suspended in the camera’s box. The camera obscura offers a repetition, like the reflection shimmering in Narcissus’s pool. The narcissistic city is a city transfixed upon its own image – a mirror city, laced with repetition (modular) and reflections (glass). A city looking at its reflection, a city caught in a dark chamber, a city observing its camera obscura inversion – flickering inside the camera’s box.

Takashi Homma is a Japanese photographer. His monograph, Tokyo Suburbia (Korinsha,1998) won the Kimura Ihei Award in 1999.

Publisher: Mack Books

Size: 240 cm x 315 mm

112 pages, 62 colour plates

Takashi Homma
Takashi Homma uses fragments collected in camera obscura constructed in metropolitan areas of Japan and the US to build a city image by image.
£40.50

Picture of Transparency is the new mystery

Publisher's Description

Transparency is the new mystery comprises twenty-two images of nudes and crystals, by Japanese photographer Mayumi Hosokura. The fragile silhouette of a hand, a coiled nude body, or the transfixing symmetry of crystalline minerals are shown in soft, translucent black and white images, held together by an enigmatic interior logic.

I was prepared for the transformation of the forest – the crystalline tress hanging like icons in those luminous covers, the jewelled casements of the leaves overhead, fused into a lattice of prisms, through which the sun shone in a thousand rainbows, the birds and crocodiles frozen into grotesque postures like heraldic beasts carved from jade and quartz… JG Ballard, The Crystal World

Sample images

Publisher: Mack Books

Size: 230 x 330 mm

40 pages, 19 tritone plates

Mayumi Hosokura
Transparency is the new mystery comprises twenty-two images of nudes and crystals, by Japanese photographer Mayumi Hosokura.
£22.50

Picture of Fat Baby, The

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The Fat Baby is an epic collection of poignant and often controversial stories photographed and written by acclaimed social documentary photographer Eugene Richards. The culmination of a dozen years of reporting, both on and off assignment, these stories, each one different in style and tone, immerse us in the lives of Honduran coffee growers, members of a Kansas City street gang, drought-plagued villagers from Niger, and doctors in an embattled Bosnian hospital. They chronicle the birth of a first child, an explosion of family violence, the struggle of a farming family to hang on to its ancestral home, and the unearthing of a half-hidden grave said to hold the remains of a slave.

Described as having an acute, sometimes hard-edged visual sensibility and a literary voice, Richards writes in order to come to terms with the complexities of what he is observing. At a time when photojournalists are often relegated to illustrating the ideas of others, he persists in interweaving his words and photographs to create boldly narrative stories that bear witness to the dramas of real lives and comment on the times in which we live. Deeply personal and prodigious in scope, The Fat Baby is a tribute to the emotional power of photography and a celebration of storytelling.

Publisher: Phaidon

Size: 290 x 214 mm

432 pages, 300 Duotone Photographs

Publisher's price £59.95 > our price £19.95

Eugene Richards
The Fat Baby is an epic collection of poignant and often controversial stories photographed and written by acclaimed social documentary photographer Eugene Richards. Publisher's price £59.95 > our price £19.95
£19.95

Picture of Athens Love

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Following his first book NEW LOVE in 2015 by Session Press, comes ATHENS LOVE, the second monograph by Ren Hang, one of China’s most distinguished and controversial emerging photographers.  ATHENS LOVE presents Hang’s works taken in Greece in April 2015 during his participation in the Occupy Atopos artist residency and exhibition. ATHENS LOVE is published on the occasion of the exhibition “ATHENS LOVE” at Klein Sun Gallery in New York from March 24 to April 30, 2016.

Hang’s work in ATHENS LOVE includes casual snap shots taken of friends in various locations in Athens and Attica, Greece, such as the beach, woods, cliffs, streets, and apartments. Expressing his awe of the dynamics in nature, Hang responds to it in high spirits, his sense of humor reflecting in the composition and colors of his work. Away from his more politically strict and constraining home in China, Hang enjoys the more relaxed and playful energy in his photographs, and renders his abundant creativity in new avenues of expression. As a result, both the diaristic pictures and the stylized nudes in ATHENS LOVE are imbued with an undeniable sense of discovery and joy, and thrillingly document one of contemporary photography’s most exciting young artists taking bold advantage of the new and unfamiliar.

Sample images

Publisher: Session 08

Size: A4 size (210 x 297 mm)

68 pages

Edition of 500

Ren Hang
Hang’s work in ATHENS LOVE includes casual snap shots taken of friends in various locations in Athens and Attica, Greece, such as the beach, woods, cliffs, streets, and apartments.
£54.00

Picture of Imago Ergo Sum

Publisher's Description

Imago Ergo Sum brings together the most important milestones in the career of conceptual artist Joan Fontcuberta (born 1955), through three approaches: the work itself; the book as an object; and the exhibition. Trained in advertising and raised in Franco’s Spain, Fontcuberta has been creating postmodern works of photography since the mid-80s, co-opting all forms of media and public communication to breed distrust in the truth of the image. Edited and created under the supervision of Fontcuberta himself, this is a book of his books, as well as a compendium of the work and the semantic and visual games of this master of Spanish photography. The volume includes a text by one of the key figures of Catalan contemporary culture, Josep Ramoneda, and by the curator of the exhibition, Sema D`Acosta, as well as an interview with the photographer.

Publisher: La Fábrica

Size: 9 x 11"

144 pages

Joan Fontcuberta
Imago Ergo Sum brings together the most important milestones in the career of conceptual artist Joan Fontcuberta, through three approaches: the work itself; the book as an object; and the exhibition.
£25.20

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