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Picture of One Picture Book #73: Pet Pictures

Publisher's Description

In Pet Pictures, Stephen Shore presents a series of photographs he has made over the years of his pets - barnyard and domestic alike. With his portraits of Annabelle to Zaza, in all four seasons, Shore shares a loving record of life on his family farm. The book reaches its crescendo with an original signed photograph of Pete the dog who, when wearing his bandana, has been sometimes confused for a boy scout. An extremely limited number of copies are available at this price, and are offered on a first-come, first served basis.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 5 1/2 x 7 1/4"

16 pages, 17 four-color plates, 1 original print.

Stephen Shore
In Pet Pictures, Stephen Shore presents a series of photographs he has made over the years of his pets - barnyard and domestic alike.
£135.00

Picture of Six by Six (Set Three)

Publisher's description

We are pleased to announce Set Three of our award-winning limited edition series "Six by Six". This subscription-based series comprises 36 titles, published in six sets of six titles each, over a three year period. Each title in the series is limited to 100 hand-numbered copies, printed on our exclusive heavyweight Japanese paper and bound in Japanese cloth. Each book contains a separate exhibition-quality original print, numbered and signed by the artist, on 11 x 14 inch paper. The third set of six titles, listed below, is now shipping. The hardcover, oversized (12 x 15-inch) books and accompanying prints are contained in a custom-made slipcase. The current price for the entire series is $36,000. Existing subscribers are locked in at their original price. The third set of six titles includes the following: William Christenberry: "House Near Akron"; Eduardo del Valle & Mirta Gómez: "On View"; John Divola: "LAX NAZ: Los Angeles International Airport Noise Abatement Zone (Exterior Views)", 1975; Daido Moriyama: "Fishnet"; Karin Apollonia Müller: "Timber Cove"; Carrie Mae Weems: "Slow Fade to Black".

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 12 x 15"

Six limited edition books, each with a loose original signed print, housed in a custom slipcase.


Set Three of Nazraelli Press's award-winning limited edition series "Six by Six"
£3,710.00

Picture of Elegies of Manumission

Publisher's description


Max de Esteban’s gorgeous new monograph brings together all three parts of his stunningly beautiful “Elegies of Manumission” series. Making use of portraiture as a conceptual tool, de Esteban's portraits, of architectural quality and extraordinary craftsmanship, build a narrative beyond the anecdotal and push the boundaries of contemporary portraiture. Open to many interpretations, “Elegies of Manumission” questions the construction of identity of the individual subjects portrayed. This oversized (11x14-inch) book is beautifully printed on uncoated Japanese stock, and bound in Japanese cloth. The first edition is limited to 1,000 casebound copies. Max de Esteban is a recipient of a Fulbright fellowship, holds a Ph.D. from the Universitat Ramon Llull, and a Masters degree from Stanford University. His work has been exhibited internationally, and has received several prestigious awards, including the Grand Prix Jury's Special Award at Fotofestival 2010 in Poland and the National Award of Professional Photography – Gold Lux in Spain that same year. Max de Esteban lives and works in Barcelona, Spain.

To view examples of this work click here.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 11 x 14"

68 pages, 50 four-colour plates

Max de Esteban
Making use of portraiture as a conceptual tool, de Esteban's portraits, of architectural quality and extraordinary craftsmanship, build a narrative beyond the anecdotal and push the boundaries of contemporary portraiture.
£45.00

Picture of One Tree

Publisher's description

“Each photograph unfolds itself as a personal mirror, meant only for you, like an unexpected gift. This is the free magic one finds in the world of Machiel Botman.” - Brigitte Ollier, Libération. A key figure in contemporary Dutch photography, Machiel Botman has always photographed as a way to understand life. He is not restrained by photographic conventions, but rather welcomes mistakes and surprises that combine with the highly personal nature of his subjects to create, as Ms. Ollier described it, “the world of Machiel Botman.” Like his individual photographs, Botman’s books and writings are autobiographical and chronicle the stages in his life, but they do not follow a linear narrative. “One Tree”, the artist’s third monograph, comprises a collection of images that are at once dark and hopeful, challenging and inviting. The book ends with Botman’s short story, “The hawk & the cat”, which plays off wonderfully with the images preceding it. Printed in Holland under the direct supervision of the artist, “One Tree” is a beautifully-produced artist’s book that belongs in the collection of every serious photographic library. This first printing is limited to 1,500 copies.

Examples of this work can be found here.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 6 x 10"

72 pages, 40 duotone plates

Machiel Botman
“One Tree”, the artist’s third monograph, comprises a collection of images that are at once dark and hopeful, challenging and inviting.
£40.50

Picture of Grace

Publisher's Description

For 26 years, Elisabeth Sunday has found her muse in Africa: a place of origins, devastating beauty, great troubles and unyielding expressions of life. She has traveled alone and lived among various original peoples who amidst a changing world, have clung tenaciously to traditional ways of life. From the hunter-gatherers dwelling in the primeval forests of the Congo Basin, to the nomadic tribes inhabiting the vast stretches of the Sahara Desert, Sunday's photographs reveal an interplay of invisible forces that connect her subjects with the world of nature. Utilizing a flexible mirror of her own design, Sunday photographs reflections that blend and dissolve the boundaries between her figures and their environment. Sunday's images express an intimacy with a corresponding strength derived from that relationship. She writes: "Mirror photography is much more than photographing a reflection, it produces a visual alchemy that combines the physical world with that of the great mystery….and captures some element that remains hidden in straight photography." Elisabeth Sunday's work has been widely exhibited and collected throughout the United States and abroad. "Grace", the artist's first monograph, opens with an eloquent and enlightening essay by Deborah Willis. The book is printed in an oversized (14 x 17 inch) format on uncoated art paper and bound in Japanese cloth. This first printing is limited to 1,000 copies.

For examples of this work see here.

Publisher: Nazraeli

Size: 14 x 17"

60 pages

45 duotone plates


Elisabeth Sunday
For 26 years, Elisabeth Sunday has found her muse in Africa: a place of origins, devastating beauty, great troubles and unyielding expressions of life.
£36.00

Picture of Between Maple and Chestnut

Weifenbach shows her continued mastery of colour in the setting of suburban America, in particular the lawns, fences and plants that surround the houses, a setting all of us feel we know through movies even if our experience of it is minimal. An idealized view, perhaps (David Lynch or Gregory Crewdson would do something very different with the same location!) but very beautiful for all that. See the photographer's website for sample images.

Publisher's Description

Terri Weifenbach’s long-awaited new monograph, Between Maple and Chestnut, is an artist’s book about “anywhere America”. Here, the trees are mature, the grass is green and the sun is out - and street names are repeated from suburb to suburb across the nation. This is bucolic home, the beginning of life for many Americans. As with her earlier projects, the artist employs color, selective focus, a narrow depth of field, and other intuitive means to arrive at a place somewhere between painting and photography. Terri Weifenbach’s work achieved cult status with her first monograph, In Your Dreams, and has since then been widely exhibited, published and collected throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. Beautifully printed on special matt art paper and bound in Japanese cloth, Between Maple and Chestnut is limited to 1,000 casebound copies. A special edition is also available.

Publisher: Nazraeli

Size: 10.5 x 12"

56 pages

40 four-color plates

Terri Weifenbach
Terri Weifenbach’s long-awaited new monograph, Between Maple and Chestnut, is an artist’s book about “anywhere America”.
£45.00

Picture of Witness Number 8: Photojournalisms

The eighth in Nazraeli’s occasional Witness series. This series is both good value and insightful as the photographer becomes effectively the guest editor of their own (and sometimes other people’s) work. Here Kashi, a member of the prestigious VII photo agency, edits a selection of journal entries (in words and photographs) sent to his wife Julie Winokur over a 20-year period while on assignments overseas. See the photographer's website for more images, there is also a major feature on this title in the Weekend Guardian.

Publisher's Description

Ed Kashi is an award-winning photojournalist, filmmaker and educator dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times. A sensitive eye and an intimate relationship to his subjects are signatures of his work. As a member of the prestigious photo agency VII, Kashi has been recognized for his complex imagery and its compelling rendering of the human condition. For his contribution to the JGS series "Witness", Kashi has delivered a powerful and deeply moving view into his world and career. "As a photojournalist who travels extensively around the world, home for me has always been a shifting term, with shifting people and shifting objects vying for my attention. Upon meeting Julie Winokur in 1992, that dynamic was forever altered. When we married in 1994, a pattern of recording journals addressed to Julie was already firmly established. In keeping with the changing times, what began as paper journals was replaced with daily emails by 2000. Encompassing nearly 20 years, this book is a selection of these journal entries from various locations around the world written for my wife. (...) The very act of creating this book touches upon my desire to reach out to others and to report on issues throughout the world. I am constantly looking for ways to expand the conversation of my work and the medium of photojournalism; to ultimately broaden the ways in which we tell stories and share our personal feelings. In a sense, this book is a different way to look at the world using both internal and external impressions, words and images. The depth of my feelings, touched so deeply and so often by the realities I witness, are the testimony I want this collection to reveal." — Ed Kashi.

Publisher: Nazraeli

Size: 9 1/2 x 12"

88 pages

40 plates

Ed Kashi
For his contribution to the JGS series "Witness", Kashi has delivered a powerful and deeply moving view into his world and career.
£22.50

Picture of New York Subway, 1960

Publisher's Description
Enrico Natali was born in Utica, New York and raised in the town of Carthage, a village located in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. In 1951 he entered the United States Coast Guard Academy, where he developed an interest in photography. Leaving the academy in 1954, he moved to New York and began working as an apprentice to photographer Anton Bruehl. In 1960, Natali began photographing in New York's subways, taking black and white candid shots of people on the trains and waiting in the underground stations. The Subway photographs, which comprise Natali's first major series, significantly transcended his previous work and convinced him that photography was his vocation and America his subject. From that time on he lived and photographed in various parts of the country, including New Orleans, Chicago and Detroit, and eventually produced a series of portraits published as New American People. Some fifty years after the Subway photographs were made, we are proud to present them, finally, in book form. “New York Subway, 1960” is published to coincide with an exhibition at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. This beautifully produced monograph is printed in duotone on matt art paper, bound in black Japanese cloth, and printed in a first edition of 1,000 copies.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 8 x 11"
56 pages, 22 duotone plates

Publisher's Price: £ 35.00
Enrico Natali

Publisher's Description
Enrico Natali was born in Utica, New York and raised in the town of Carthage, a village located in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. In 1951 he entered the United States Coast Guard Academy, where he developed an interest in photography. Leaving the academy in 1954, he moved to New York and began working as an apprentice to photographer Anton Bruehl. In 1960, Natali began photographing in New York's subways, taking black and white candid shots of people on the trains and waiting in the underground stations. The Subway photographs, which comprise Natali's first major series, significantly transcended his previous work and convinced him that photography was his vocation and America his subject. From that time on he lived and photographed in various parts of the country, including New Orleans, Chicago and Detroit, and eventually produced a series of portraits published as New American People. Some fifty years after the Subway photographs were made, we are proud to present them, finally, in book form. “New York Subway, 1960” is published to coincide with an exhibition at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art. This beautifully produced monograph is printed in duotone on matt art paper, bound in black Japanese cloth, and printed in a first edition of 1,000 copies.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 8 x 11"
56 pages, 22 duotone plates

Publisher's Price: £ 35.00
£31.50

Picture of Redwood Saw

Publisher's Description
In the summer of 2004, Richard Rothman traveled west with a 4x5 camera to explore the remaining fragments of ancient old-growth forests in Northern California. He pitched a tent amid the mammoth stands of redwoods and began making formal, intricate portraits of the forest, which he describes as “the most visually stimulating environment I had ever been in.” Unexpectedly, he also began developing an interest in the neighboring town of Crescent City, an economically depressed logging and fishing community. Rothman was affected by the town’s architecture, its emotional tenor, its political and religious culture, and the sometimes unconscious relationship that the townspeople had with the corralled forest to the east and the Pacific Ocean, which represents the end of the Western frontier. The contrast between the radical, spectacularly ornate environment of the forest and the trashed, disposable landscape of the town that abutted it became the subject of a more complex project which would take some surprising twists and turns. The body of work, made over a five-year period, is gathered together in the artist’s monumental first book, Redwood Saw. This stunning monograph is an ambitious attempt to represent the culture, people, and landscape of Crescent City, and, by extension, the current American moment. Crescent City—a place that at one time must have seemed to possess an almost limitless abundance of natural resources—is revealed here as a compelling and dramatic model of a former boom town that staked its future on what can only be described as an “unsustainable cultural and economic reality.” Beautifully printed in duotone on matt art paper, this first printing of Redwood Saw is limited to 1,500 casebound copies. Richard Rothman’s work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the International Center of Photography, New York; the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris; the Brooklyn Museum; and the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona, Tucson.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 12 x 13"
136 pages, 81 duotone plates

Publisher's Price: £ 45.00
Richard Rothman

Publisher's Description
In the summer of 2004, Richard Rothman traveled west with a 4x5 camera to explore the remaining fragments of ancient old-growth forests in Northern California. He pitched a tent amid the mammoth stands of redwoods and began making formal, intricate portraits of the forest, which he describes as “the most visually stimulating environment I had ever been in.” Unexpectedly, he also began developing an interest in the neighboring town of Crescent City, an economically depressed logging and fishing community. Rothman was affected by the town’s architecture, its emotional tenor, its political and religious culture, and the sometimes unconscious relationship that the townspeople had with the corralled forest to the east and the Pacific Ocean, which represents the end of the Western frontier. The contrast between the radical, spectacularly ornate environment of the forest and the trashed, disposable landscape of the town that abutted it became the subject of a more complex project which would take some surprising twists and turns. The body of work, made over a five-year period, is gathered together in the artist’s monumental first book, Redwood Saw. This stunning monograph is an ambitious attempt to represent the culture, people, and landscape of Crescent City, and, by extension, the current American moment. Crescent City—a place that at one time must have seemed to possess an almost limitless abundance of natural resources—is revealed here as a compelling and dramatic model of a former boom town that staked its future on what can only be described as an “unsustainable cultural and economic reality.” Beautifully printed in duotone on matt art paper, this first printing of Redwood Saw is limited to 1,500 casebound copies. Richard Rothman’s work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the International Center of Photography, New York; the Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris; the Brooklyn Museum; and the Center for Creative Photography at the University of Arizona, Tucson.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 12 x 13"
136 pages, 81 duotone plates

Publisher's Price: £ 45.00
£40.50

Picture of Bridge at Hoover Dam, The
Publisher's Description
In March of 2009, amidst the rumblings of a global financial crisis that was to shape zeitgeist for years to come, Jamey Stillings set out on a road trip to reinvigorate his creative spirit. What he encountered would captivate, challenge and amaze him. Like a child suddenly finding himself before the world's largest erector set, Jamey had discovered the Bridge at Hoover Dam. Instantly, he knew he would dedicate himself to exploring and documenting construction of the bridge through its completion. Over the course of two years and set against the cultural and economic backdrop of our time, Jamey created a body of work that echoes the Bridge in its ability to simultaneously celebrate the power of human spirit and ingenuity while inviting an examination of the intersection of nature and the hand of man. Against the temporal landscape of economic hardship, an eerie historic echo of its neighboring Hoover Dam, and the flashy and impermanent cultural landscape of Las Vegas, the Colorado River, Black Canyon and the Bridge that soars over are natural and manmade symbols of immutability and wonder. Together, they are a legacy at which generations will marvel and Stillings’ images are imbued with the awe of one in the presence of great natural powers and the acme of human effort and creativity. Jamey Stillings' work has been widely exhibited and published throughout the country. The artist's first monograph, The Bridge at Hoover Dam, is beautifully produced in an oversized format, and is published to coincide with a traveling exhibition which opened at the Phoenix Art Museum.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 13.5 x 17"
128 pages, 60 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 50.00
Jamey Stillings
Publisher's Description
In March of 2009, amidst the rumblings of a global financial crisis that was to shape zeitgeist for years to come, Jamey Stillings set out on a road trip to reinvigorate his creative spirit. What he encountered would captivate, challenge and amaze him. Like a child suddenly finding himself before the world's largest erector set, Jamey had discovered the Bridge at Hoover Dam. Instantly, he knew he would dedicate himself to exploring and documenting construction of the bridge through its completion. Over the course of two years and set against the cultural and economic backdrop of our time, Jamey created a body of work that echoes the Bridge in its ability to simultaneously celebrate the power of human spirit and ingenuity while inviting an examination of the intersection of nature and the hand of man. Against the temporal landscape of economic hardship, an eerie historic echo of its neighboring Hoover Dam, and the flashy and impermanent cultural landscape of Las Vegas, the Colorado River, Black Canyon and the Bridge that soars over are natural and manmade symbols of immutability and wonder. Together, they are a legacy at which generations will marvel and Stillings’ images are imbued with the awe of one in the presence of great natural powers and the acme of human effort and creativity. Jamey Stillings' work has been widely exhibited and published throughout the country. The artist's first monograph, The Bridge at Hoover Dam, is beautifully produced in an oversized format, and is published to coincide with a traveling exhibition which opened at the Phoenix Art Museum.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 13.5 x 17"
128 pages, 60 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 50.00
£45.00

Picture of One Picture Book #71: Motel Signs
Publisher's Description
“To me, neon really figured in the migration movement on Route 66. The farther you go out West, the more neon you’d see, especially as a presence on hotels. You can see towns like Tucumcari, New Mexico, coming from 20 miles away.” Steve Fitch is well-known for his anthropological studies of the American West. For his One Picture Book, Fitch has turned one of his vernacular assemblages of motels into a running series. Widely published and exhibited, Fitch's photographs are included in the permanent collections of such museums as the Whitney Museum of American Art; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; and The Chicago Art Institute.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 5 1/2 x 7 1/4"
16 pages, 11 four-color plates, 1 original print.

Publisher's Price: £ 30.00
Steve Fitch
Publisher's Description
“To me, neon really figured in the migration movement on Route 66. The farther you go out West, the more neon you’d see, especially as a presence on hotels. You can see towns like Tucumcari, New Mexico, coming from 20 miles away.” Steve Fitch is well-known for his anthropological studies of the American West. For his One Picture Book, Fitch has turned one of his vernacular assemblages of motels into a running series. Widely published and exhibited, Fitch's photographs are included in the permanent collections of such museums as the Whitney Museum of American Art; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; and The Chicago Art Institute.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 5 1/2 x 7 1/4"
16 pages, 11 four-color plates, 1 original print.

Publisher's Price: £ 30.00
£27.00

Picture of One Picture Book #70: Indian Girl
Publisher's Description
The Indian Girl collection, created by artist duo Neil Krug and Joni Harbeck, taps into the savage yet simple existence of a past Native woman living on, and protecting, the land of her people. With its blend of guns, beauty and ritual mixed with Pulp Art Book's signature style, these photographs lay down a story that plays again and again in our society. Indian Girl was first introduced in Pulp Art Book: Volume One, published by Nazraeli Press earlier this year, and is the subject of Krug and Harbeck's B-movie-esque contribution to our One Picture Book series.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 5 1/2 x 7 1/4"
16 pages, 11 four-color plates, 1 original print.

Publisher's Price: £ 30
Joni Harbeck and Neil Krug
Publisher's Description
The Indian Girl collection, created by artist duo Neil Krug and Joni Harbeck, taps into the savage yet simple existence of a past Native woman living on, and protecting, the land of her people. With its blend of guns, beauty and ritual mixed with Pulp Art Book's signature style, these photographs lay down a story that plays again and again in our society. Indian Girl was first introduced in Pulp Art Book: Volume One, published by Nazraeli Press earlier this year, and is the subject of Krug and Harbeck's B-movie-esque contribution to our One Picture Book series.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 5 1/2 x 7 1/4"
16 pages, 11 four-color plates, 1 original print.

Publisher's Price: £ 30
£27.00

Picture of One Picture Book #69: Fishing with My Dad 1978-1995 (Chris Arnold)
Publisher's Description
Corey Arnold’s first monograph, “Fishwork: The Bering Sea” was published by Nazraeli Press in 2011 to wide critical acclaim. In his contribution to our One Picture Book series, Arnold “curates” a group of photographs his father made of him growing up; in each of the photographs, Arnold is either fishing or showing off his catch. Knowing who the subject of these photographs is, his relationship to the one who made these photographs, and how his passions for photography and fishing would later play out, make “Fishing with My Dad” resonate on many levels.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 5 1/2 x 7 1/4"
16 pages, 16 color plates, 1 original print.

Publisher's Price: £ 30.00
Corey Arnold
Publisher's Description
Corey Arnold’s first monograph, “Fishwork: The Bering Sea” was published by Nazraeli Press in 2011 to wide critical acclaim. In his contribution to our One Picture Book series, Arnold “curates” a group of photographs his father made of him growing up; in each of the photographs, Arnold is either fishing or showing off his catch. Knowing who the subject of these photographs is, his relationship to the one who made these photographs, and how his passions for photography and fishing would later play out, make “Fishing with My Dad” resonate on many levels.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 5 1/2 x 7 1/4"
16 pages, 16 color plates, 1 original print.

Publisher's Price: £ 30.00
£27.00

Picture of Isolated Houses
Publisher's Description
Limited availability. Los Angeles is a centrifugal city, fundamentally American in its tendency toward the periphery. Isolated Houses focuses on the urban sprawl’s outer frontier. Here, 150 miles outside the city, the built environment comprises a handful of rudimentary structures, isolated cubes at the edge of the infnite plane of the desert. This work pays homage to those places where nature and culture intersect, and suggests that we all occupy a border zone between the natural and the arti?cial. Second printing limited to 1,000 copies.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 11 x12'
11 x 12, 48 pages, 30 four-color plates.

Publisher's Price: £ 40
John Divola
Publisher's Description
Limited availability. Los Angeles is a centrifugal city, fundamentally American in its tendency toward the periphery. Isolated Houses focuses on the urban sprawl’s outer frontier. Here, 150 miles outside the city, the built environment comprises a handful of rudimentary structures, isolated cubes at the edge of the infnite plane of the desert. This work pays homage to those places where nature and culture intersect, and suggests that we all occupy a border zone between the natural and the arti?cial. Second printing limited to 1,000 copies.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 11 x12'
11 x 12, 48 pages, 30 four-color plates.

Publisher's Price: £ 40
£54.00

Picture of La Creciente

Publisher's Description
 'My appetite to see and discover new work is insatiable, so when Marcelo Brodsky suggested that I meet some young Argentine photographers while I was considering who to show at the Brighton Photo Biennial for 2010, I jumped at this opportunity. By the time I had seen the third image in Chaskielberg’s folio I was convinced this was a major new photographer. I had never seen any images like this before and few with such maturity from a new photographer. On one level his work documents a rural community living on the banks of the Parana river delta. But there is so much more than this. All taken during the full moon, his photos are a virtuoso exploration of how flash, torches, moonlight and posed portraits all fuse together in a seamless manner. The photographer has combined subject and methodology so convincingly that you know he has resolved this brilliantly. So much so, you hardly notice the thin line between subject and style.' - From the Introduction by Martin Parr. 'La Creciente' is the sixth title in our popular series Parr/Nazraeli Series of Ten.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 12 x 13'
64 pages, 39 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 40.00
Alejandro Chaskielberg

Publisher's Description
 'My appetite to see and discover new work is insatiable, so when Marcelo Brodsky suggested that I meet some young Argentine photographers while I was considering who to show at the Brighton Photo Biennial for 2010, I jumped at this opportunity. By the time I had seen the third image in Chaskielberg’s folio I was convinced this was a major new photographer. I had never seen any images like this before and few with such maturity from a new photographer. On one level his work documents a rural community living on the banks of the Parana river delta. But there is so much more than this. All taken during the full moon, his photos are a virtuoso exploration of how flash, torches, moonlight and posed portraits all fuse together in a seamless manner. The photographer has combined subject and methodology so convincingly that you know he has resolved this brilliantly. So much so, you hardly notice the thin line between subject and style.' - From the Introduction by Martin Parr. 'La Creciente' is the sixth title in our popular series Parr/Nazraeli Series of Ten.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 12 x 13'
64 pages, 39 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 40.00
£36.00

Picture of Nudare
Signed Copies
We have a few signed copies of this now out of print book available

Publisher's Description
Nudare is our third publication on the botanical still lifes of Ron van Dongen. Like the first two books in this trilogy - Alba Nero and Vulgaris - Nudare confirms van Dongen's position as the most innovative and exciting artist working in the genre today. This large format book - 14x17 inches - contains 32 duotone plates printed on matt art paper, hand-bound in gray cloth with a tipped-in cover plate. Ron van Dongen's work has been exhibited the country, and is housed in important collections through the United States and Europe.'-

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 14 x 17'
56 pages, 32 duotone illustrations

Publisher's Price: £ 50
Ron Van Dongen
Signed Copies
We have a few signed copies of this now out of print book available

Publisher's Description
Nudare is our third publication on the botanical still lifes of Ron van Dongen. Like the first two books in this trilogy - Alba Nero and Vulgaris - Nudare confirms van Dongen's position as the most innovative and exciting artist working in the genre today. This large format book - 14x17 inches - contains 32 duotone plates printed on matt art paper, hand-bound in gray cloth with a tipped-in cover plate. Ron van Dongen's work has been exhibited the country, and is housed in important collections through the United States and Europe.'-

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 14 x 17'
56 pages, 32 duotone illustrations

Publisher's Price: £ 50
£45.00

Picture of History's Shadow

Publisher's Description
David Maisel’s work has always been concerned with processes of memory, excavation, and transformation. These themes are given new form in his latest work, History’s Shadow. In this series, Maisel re-photographs x-rays from museum archives that depict artifacts from antiquity, scanning and digitally manipulating the selected source material. X-rays have historically been used by art conservators for structural examination of art and artifacts much as physicians examine bones and internal organs; they reveal losses, replacements, construction methods, and internal trauma invisible to the naked eye. By transcribing both the inner and outer surfaces of their subjects simultaneously, they form spectral images of indeterminate space, depth, and scale. The resulting photographs seem like transmissions from the distant past, both spanning and collapsing time. They express – through feeling and art, as well as science and reason – the shape-shifting nature of time itself, and the continuous presence of the past contained within us. The book contains an original short story by Jonathan Lethem that was inspired by Maisel’s images.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 12 x 16'
72 pages, 43 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 60.00
David Maisel

Publisher's Description
David Maisel’s work has always been concerned with processes of memory, excavation, and transformation. These themes are given new form in his latest work, History’s Shadow. In this series, Maisel re-photographs x-rays from museum archives that depict artifacts from antiquity, scanning and digitally manipulating the selected source material. X-rays have historically been used by art conservators for structural examination of art and artifacts much as physicians examine bones and internal organs; they reveal losses, replacements, construction methods, and internal trauma invisible to the naked eye. By transcribing both the inner and outer surfaces of their subjects simultaneously, they form spectral images of indeterminate space, depth, and scale. The resulting photographs seem like transmissions from the distant past, both spanning and collapsing time. They express – through feeling and art, as well as science and reason – the shape-shifting nature of time itself, and the continuous presence of the past contained within us. The book contains an original short story by Jonathan Lethem that was inspired by Maisel’s images.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 12 x 16'
72 pages, 43 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 60.00
£54.00

Picture of Winter

Publisher's Description
'I was first introduced to Jeffrey Conley several years ago and was impressed by the quality of his work and his determination to pursue one of the most difficult of objectives: the creative life. I keenly watched his progress and the refinement of his craft. He is that rare species, an artist following in the tradition of the great American Landscape Photographers – Watkins, Haynes, O'Sullivan, Muybridge, Jackson, Adams – but one who also displays a distinctly original voice . . . You are witnessing the beginning of a career that will be long and fulfilling. Revel in the tranquility, balance, beauty and stillness this Pied Piper of silence leads us to.' – From the introduction by Peter Fetterman. Jeffrey Conley's gorgeous first monograph, which takes its name from its primary subject, comprises a selection of 42 images of the essence of 'Winter.' Known for his meticulously crafted black and white prints, which have been widely exhibited and collected in the United States and abroad, Conley lives and works in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. 'Winter' is published in a first edition of 1,000 hardback copies.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: ISBN: 978-1-59005-314-0 Hardcover, 12 x 13'
64 pages, 42 duotone plates

Publisher's Price: £ 40.00
Jeffrey Conley

Publisher's Description
'I was first introduced to Jeffrey Conley several years ago and was impressed by the quality of his work and his determination to pursue one of the most difficult of objectives: the creative life. I keenly watched his progress and the refinement of his craft. He is that rare species, an artist following in the tradition of the great American Landscape Photographers – Watkins, Haynes, O'Sullivan, Muybridge, Jackson, Adams – but one who also displays a distinctly original voice . . . You are witnessing the beginning of a career that will be long and fulfilling. Revel in the tranquility, balance, beauty and stillness this Pied Piper of silence leads us to.' – From the introduction by Peter Fetterman. Jeffrey Conley's gorgeous first monograph, which takes its name from its primary subject, comprises a selection of 42 images of the essence of 'Winter.' Known for his meticulously crafted black and white prints, which have been widely exhibited and collected in the United States and abroad, Conley lives and works in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. 'Winter' is published in a first edition of 1,000 hardback copies.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: ISBN: 978-1-59005-314-0 Hardcover, 12 x 13'
64 pages, 42 duotone plates

Publisher's Price: £ 40.00
£36.00

Picture of Beyond
Publisher's Description
“The earth is a sphere. This simple fact still fascinates me. Beyond the horizon, there are continued horizons, other lives, and incidents. The landscape doesn’t exist in and of itself; it exists with other related environments of the time, and it carries layers of history beneath its surface.” — Kiriko Shirobayashi The minimalist landscape photographs by Kiriko Shirobayashi that are presented in Beyond, the artist’s first monograph, combine a delicate Japanese aesthetic with rugged land- and seascapes. The horizon line motif underscores a common thread found in all landscapes, from urban skylines to swampy wetlands. Shirobayashi transforms the colors of her images, originally captured on color film, into mysterious, aqueous hues that offer a refreshing interpretation of the varied terrain that makes up the journey of Beyond. Born in Osaka, Japan and currently living in New York and Hong Kong, Kiriko Shirobayashi is the recipient of numerous awards, and has been widely exhibited in the United States and Asia. 'Beyond' is printed in a first edition of 1,000 copies; only 500 copies will be distributed in the United States and Europe.

Publisher: Nazraeli
Size: 12 x 13'
72 pages, 35 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 40.00
Kiriko Shirobayashi
Publisher's Description
“The earth is a sphere. This simple fact still fascinates me. Beyond the horizon, there are continued horizons, other lives, and incidents. The landscape doesn’t exist in and of itself; it exists with other related environments of the time, and it carries layers of history beneath its surface.” — Kiriko Shirobayashi The minimalist landscape photographs by Kiriko Shirobayashi that are presented in Beyond, the artist’s first monograph, combine a delicate Japanese aesthetic with rugged land- and seascapes. The horizon line motif underscores a common thread found in all landscapes, from urban skylines to swampy wetlands. Shirobayashi transforms the colors of her images, originally captured on color film, into mysterious, aqueous hues that offer a refreshing interpretation of the varied terrain that makes up the journey of Beyond. Born in Osaka, Japan and currently living in New York and Hong Kong, Kiriko Shirobayashi is the recipient of numerous awards, and has been widely exhibited in the United States and Asia. 'Beyond' is printed in a first edition of 1,000 copies; only 500 copies will be distributed in the United States and Europe.

Publisher: Nazraeli
Size: 12 x 13'
72 pages, 35 four-color plates

Publisher's Price: £ 40.00
£36.00

Picture of Naksan
Publisher's Description
'The winter sea that Boomoon photographed was so stormy it could just as well be called a sea of snow. The snow is constantly, imperceptibly, burying and sinking the landscape in a uniform whiteness. But the accumulating snow does not simply cover and hide the landscape, it strips away the cover of existing meaning that envelops the figure of nature. At times the windblown snow violently agitates the scene, but this agitation can also be seen having the same endpoint. The snow is making the landscape new.' – from the introduction by Shino Kuraishi. Our third monograph with the contemporary artist Boomoon presents a series of 33 photographs of a snowstorm where the sea meets the coast of Naksan. The series takes its name from a beach in northeast Korea that faces Japan. But the photographs construct an encounter for the beholders with themselves, wherever they may be, to reflect on the place they are in now, so the location is “nowhere.” Or, as was the case with Boomoon's previous book, On the Clouds, 'anywhere'.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 9 x 13'
44 pages, 33 duotone plates

Publisher's Price: £ 40.00
Boomoon
Publisher's Description
'The winter sea that Boomoon photographed was so stormy it could just as well be called a sea of snow. The snow is constantly, imperceptibly, burying and sinking the landscape in a uniform whiteness. But the accumulating snow does not simply cover and hide the landscape, it strips away the cover of existing meaning that envelops the figure of nature. At times the windblown snow violently agitates the scene, but this agitation can also be seen having the same endpoint. The snow is making the landscape new.' – from the introduction by Shino Kuraishi. Our third monograph with the contemporary artist Boomoon presents a series of 33 photographs of a snowstorm where the sea meets the coast of Naksan. The series takes its name from a beach in northeast Korea that faces Japan. But the photographs construct an encounter for the beholders with themselves, wherever they may be, to reflect on the place they are in now, so the location is “nowhere.” Or, as was the case with Boomoon's previous book, On the Clouds, 'anywhere'.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press
Size: 9 x 13'
44 pages, 33 duotone plates

Publisher's Price: £ 40.00
£36.00

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