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Picture of One Picture Book Two #5-8

Publisher's description

Our One Picture Book Two series is a slightly larger, newly designed series of artist's books based on our recently completed One Picture Book series.

Two sets of four titles will be published each year.

This second set of four titles in a slipcase includes:

  • MARK RUWEDEL | One Picture Book Two #5 : Studio E.R.
  • JO ANN CALLIS | One Picture Book Two #6 : Cheap Thrills
  • MICHAEL MULNO | One Picture Book Two #7 : Residential Variations
  • JAN BANNING | One Picture Book Two #8 : THe Sweating Subject

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 6 x 8 1/2"

16 pages, 13 four-color plates, 1 original signed photograph.

Mark Ruwedel, Jo Ann Callis, Michael Mulno, Jan Banning
All four books from the second set of One Picture Books Two from Nazraeli Press
£108.00

Picture of One Picture Book Two #8: The Sweating Subject

Publisher's description

The Sweating Subject is a series of group portraits of tribal chiefs and their court, which includes myself, photographer Jan Banning. All are members of the Gonda or Dagomba tribe in the Northern Territories of Ghana — except for me: I am from the Netherlands. I came to Ghana on an assignment to photograph the mixing of tradition and modernity and was invited by the chiefs to have my photo taken with them.

Much has already been said about the power of the photographer who travels the world and records ‘the other’. But although the camera position, lighting and other aesthetic and technical details for these photographs were determined by me, I am just as much an object as all the other people portrayed. They are ‘selfies’ without self-determination: in the end it was my driver or one of my interpreters who decided when to press the button. And although formally the photographer, I was as expectant and powerless as everyone else at the decisive moment.

The Sweating Subject recalls colonial photography in which we see a white man pose as the big boss together with his nonwhite ‘subjects’. But this white man is a lot less imposing as he sits in the midst of the chiefs and their courtiers who, despite their heavy and warm ceremonial clothes, look proud, dignified and completely in their element. In fact, he looks like a stranger, misplaced and perspiring heavily, so unsuited is he to the climate.” — Jan Banning

The Sweating Subject is limited to 500 numbered copies, each including a 5x7 inch original print that has been signed by the artist.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 6 x 8 1/2"

16 pages, 15 four-color plates, 1 original signed photograph.

Jan Banning
The Sweating Subject is limited to 500 numbered copies, each including a 5x7 inch original print that has been signed by the artist.
£40.00

Picture of One Picture Book Two #7: Residential Variations

Publisher's description

The 13 photographs presented in Residential Variations are selected from a larger body of work of the same title, which depicts a series of homes within a Southern California neighborhood. Through time or a succession of personal aesthetic decisions each house has been reformed from, but still resembles the simple post-war modern home that once defined the neighborhood. Interest and beauty is found within these modest domestic structures and their revisions.  

Michael Mulno’s photographs are included in several public and private collections including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; and Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego.

Residential Variations is limited to 500 numbered copies, each including a 5x7 inch original print that has been signed by the artist.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 6 x 8 1/2"

16 pages, 13 four-color plates, 1 original signed photograph.

Michael Mulno
Residential Variations is limited to 500 numbered copies, each including a 5x7 inch original print that has been signed by the artist.
£40.00

Picture of One Picture Book Two #6: Cheap Thrills

Publisher's description

In her delicious contribution to our One Picture Book Two series, Jo Ann Callis presents 13 highly-charged photographs of suggestively anthropomorphic desserts from her series ‘Cheap Thrills: Forbidden Pleasures’.

Created in the early 1990s, this body of work was among several that Callis created at the time exploring gender and sexuality. Since emerging in the late 1970s as one of the first important practitioners of the ‘fabricated photographs’ movement, Callis has used photography to render the sensual tones and textures of fabric and food, or to animate clay figures of her own making.

Jo Ann Callis was born in Cincinnati, Ohio and relocated to Los Angeles in 1961. She enrolled at UCLA in 1970 where she began taking classes with Robert Heinecken, among other prominent artists. She started teaching at CalArts in 1976 and remains a faculty member of the School of Art’s Program in Photography and Media. She has continued to photograph, draw, and paint, and her work has been widely exhibited in such venues as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Hammer Museum; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and many others.

In 2009 a retrospective of her work, Woman Twirling, was presented by the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Callis has received three NEA Fellowships and a Guggenheim Fellowship, among other awards and prizes.

Cheap Thrills is limited to 500 numbered copies, each including a 5x7 inch original print that has been signed by the artist

Hardcover, 6 x 8 1/2, 16 pages, 13 four-color plates, 1 original signed photograph.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 6 x 8 1/2"

16 pages, 13 four-color plates, 1 original signed photograph.

Jo Ann Callis
Cheap Thrills is limited to 500 numbered copies, each including a 5x7 inch original print that has been signed by the artist
£40.00

Picture of One Picture Book Two #5: Studio E.R.

Publisher's description

Our first artist’s book with Mark Ruwedel catalogues seven buildings used at various times as art studios by Ed Ruscha.

Based in Los Angeles, where these images were made, Mark Ruwedel has been photographing the North American landscape for over 30 years. A prolific photographer who visits the same places and subjects again and again over extended periods of time, Ruwedel says of his approach: “I have come to think of the land as being an enormous historical archive; as a whole, the work explores the relationships of the social, technological and cultural with the natural world.”

Mark Ruwedel’s work is widely exhibited in the United States and abroad. It is held within the permanent collections of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Tate Modern, London; and National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, among many others. He is a Guggenheim Fellow (2014) and a recipient of the Scotiabank Photography Award.

Studio E.R. is limited to 500 numbered copies, each including a 5x7 inch original print that has been signed by the artist.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 6 x 8 1/2"

16 pages, 7 duotone plates, 1 original signed photograph.

Mark Ruwedel
Studio E.R. is limited to 500 numbered copies, each including a 5x7 inch original print that has been signed by the artist.
£40.00

Picture of Scene (Signed)

Publisher's description

"For eight years and across several continents, Alex Majoli has been photographing events and non-events. Political demonstrations, humanitarian emergencies, and quiet moments of everyday life. What holds all these images together is a sense of theatre. A sense that we are all actors, all playing the parts that history and circumstance demand of us. Majoli’s photographs result from his own performance. Entering a situation, he and his assistants slowly go about setting up a camera and lights. This activity is a kind of spectacle in itself, observed by those who will eventually be photographed. Majoli begins to shoot, offering no direction to the people before his camera. This might happen over twenty minutes. It might be an hour or so.

Perhaps the people adjust their actions in anticipation of the image to come. Perhaps they refine their gestures in self-consciousness. Perhaps they do not. The representation of drama and the drama of representation become one. The camera flash is instantaneous and much stronger than daylight. But all this light plunges the world into night, or moonlight. The world appears as an illuminated stage. Everything seems to be happening at the end of the day. Just when the world should be sleeping, it offers a heightened performance of itself.

We never really see people or places: we see the light they reflect. And the quality of that light affects how we understand them."

David Campany

Publisher: Mack (Co-published with Le Gal, Paris)

Size: 38 x 22.5 cm

Essays by David Campany and Corinne Rondeau

Alex Majoli
"For eight years and across several continents, Alex Majoli has been photographing events and non-events. Political demonstrations, humanitarian emergencies, and quiet moments of everyday life. What holds all these images together is a sense of theatre..."
£30.00

Picture of I Know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating (Signed Special Edition)

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Publisher's description

Limited edition of 150 copies, each comprising a signed copy of the first printing of the book, housed in a linen slipcase with a signed and numbered print. Please note only Print B (the right hand image above) is still available.

Taking its name from a line in Wallace Stevens’ short poem “The Gray Room,” Alec Soth’s latest book is a lyrical exploration of intimacy. While these large-format color photographs are made all over the world, they aren’t about any particular place or population. Whether made in Odessa or his hometown of Minneapolis, Soth’s new book is fundamentally about intimate encounters in private rooms.

“After the publication of my last book about social life in America, Songbook, and a retrospective of my four, large-scale American projects, Gathered Leaves, I went through a long period of rethinking my creative process. For over a year I stopped travelling and photographing people. I barely took any pictures at all.

When I returned to photography, I wanted to strip the medium down to its primary elements. Rather than trying to make some sort of epic narrative about America, I wanted to simply spend time looking at other people and, hopefully, briefly glimpse their interior life.

In order to try and access these lives, I made all of the photographs in interior spaces. While these rooms often exist in far-flung places, it’s only to emphasize that these pictures aren’t about any place in particular. Whether a picture is made in Odessa or Minneapolis, my goal was the same: to simply spend time in the presence of another beating heart.” - Alec Soth

Interview with Alec Soth by Tanya Yanigahara

Publisher: Mack

Size: 30 x 33.5 cm

Alec Soth
Limited edition of 150 copies, each comprising a signed copy of the first printing of the book, housed in a linen slipcase with a signed and numbered print
£300.00

Picture of I Know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating (Signed)

Overseas deliveries  Please note that, as this is a heavy item, overseas postage will be charged at twice our standard rates.

Publisher's description

Taking its name from a line in Wallace Stevens’ short poem “The Gray Room,” Alec Soth’s latest book is a lyrical exploration of intimacy. While these large-format color photographs are made all over the world, they aren’t about any particular place or population. Whether made in Odessa or his hometown of Minneapolis, Soth’s new book is fundamentally about intimate encounters in private rooms.

“After the publication of my last book about social life in America, Songbook, and a retrospective of my four, large-scale American projects, Gathered Leaves, I went through a long period of rethinking my creative process. For over a year I stopped travelling and photographing people. I barely took any pictures at all.

When I returned to photography, I wanted to strip the medium down to its primary elements. Rather than trying to make some sort of epic narrative about America, I wanted to simply spend time looking at other people and, hopefully, briefly glimpse their interior life.

In order to try and access these lives, I made all of the photographs in interior spaces. While these rooms often exist in far-flung places, it’s only to emphasize that these pictures aren’t about any place in particular. Whether a picture is made in Odessa or Minneapolis, my goal was the same: to simply spend time in the presence of another beating heart.” - Alec Soth

Interview with Alec Soth by Tanya Yanigahara

Publisher: Mack

Size: 30 x 33.5 cm

Alec Soth
Taking its name from a line in Wallace Stevens’ short poem “The Gray Room,” Alec Soth’s latest book is a lyrical exploration of intimacy. While these large-format color photographs are made all over the world, they aren’t about any particular place or population.
£50.00

Picture of Beach Therapy (Collector's Edition)

Publisher's description

This Collector’s Edition includes the book 'Beach Therapy' with a fabric cover conceived for this edition and this print signed and numbered by Martin Parr: 'St Ives', Cornwall, England, 2005, Pigment print, 9 x 6 inches. The photograph has been printed in 2018 in a limited edition of 90 copies plus 10 Artist Proofs.

During his long career as a photographer, Martin Parr has always photographed on beaches, particularly in the UK. He has often used the beach as a laboratory to experiment with new cameras and techniques. So far example, when he changed from black and white to medium format colour in the early 80s his first major project was about New Brighton, a run down seaside resort near Liverpool. In recent months he has started exploring the beach with the aid of a telephoto lens. This lens is rarely used in the world of art and documentary photography so it is a challenge to find new ways of using it. Often this involves incorporating the vegetation on the perimeter with the beach as a backdrop, both in and out of focus. So over his long career he has tried everything from a close up macro lens, a medium format wide angled camera and finally this latest offering with the telephoto.

Publisher: Damiani

120 pages, 75 illustrations

Martin Parr
This Collector’s Edition includes the book 'Beach Therapy' with a fabric cover conceived for this edition and this print signed and numbered by Martin Parr.
£400.00

Picture of Return to Manchester (Signed)

Publisher's description

Iconic British social documentary photographer, Martin Parr began his career in Manchester, studying at Manchester Polytechnic (now Manchester Metropolitan University) from 1970-73.

He has revisited the city many times over the last 40 years. Ranging from black and white images of Prestwich Mental Hospital in 1972 and Yates Wine Lodges in 1982-3, to colour pictures of people shopping in 1986 and 2008, this book brings together Parr’s Manchester photographs.

Bringing this work up to date a new commission, a portrait of the city and its people in 2018. Parr has photographed people in hairdressers, at markets, in Mosques, in cafes, playing sport, in factories and in the gay village.

He has captured scientists’ ground-breaking research at Manchester University, fans of the city’s world famous football teams and the state of the art BBC facilities at Media City.

The images show a diverse, inclusive and multi-cultural city and reveal people’s passions, skills, relationships and quirks – celebrating the humanity of the everyday.

Published on the occasion of the exhibition, Martin Parr: Return to Manchester at Manchester Art Gallery (16 November 2018 – 22 April 2019).

Publisher: Manchester Art Gallery

Size: 24 x 29 cm

160 pages

Martin Parr
Iconic British social documentary photographer, Martin Parr began his career in Manchester, studying at Manchester Polytechnic (now Manchester Metropolitan University) from 1970-73.
£25.00

Picture of My British Archive: The Way We Were 1968-1983 (Signed)

Publisher's description

The Way We Were 1968-1983 is a look at British society through the eyes of leading British photographer Homer Sykes – his personal view of ‘life’ as he encountered it as a young photographer setting out in the early years of his career.

This was a time when British society was going through a period of enormous change. This is reflected by Sykes as he embraces everyday life, with a gentle and seeing eye; a knife throwing striptease tent booth at The Derby in Epsom, through to a kite-flying middle class family battling against the wind and rain on Brighton promenade. The book covers poverty in the East End, rich kids and their parents at society balls, teddy boys, factory workers in the north of England and New Romantics at the Blitz Club in Covent Garden, when Boy George was just George O’Dowd and there was still an Alternative Miss World. Skinheads hang out in upstairs bars, while Catholic youths riot in the streets of Northern Ireland. He also chronicles many of the social issues of the time and the demonstrations that brought those problems to public attention: “I attempted to get behind the more obvious news image; I was looking for other moments, that gave depth and understanding to those people’s predicaments."

Homer Sykes published his first book in 1977. Since then he has published more than fifteen other books and has featured in magazines worldwide. His last book Once A Year was also published by us. Homer has exhibited widely, with his first show being held in 1971 at the ICA in London. In 2014 the prestigious Maison Robert Doisneau museum in Paris gave him a one man show, their first ever for a British photographer.

Publisher: Dewi Lewis Publishing

Size: 29 x 23.5 cm

168 pages, 138 duotone plates

Homer Sykes
The Way We Were 1968-1983 is a look at British society through the eyes of leading British photographer Homer Sykes
£30.00

Picture of Looking at the Overlooked (with print)

Publisher's description

Looking at the Overlooked will be the second volume of a series of three, which will represent Myers collected works.

 

“It is gratifying that The Portraits was such a success. Looking at the Overlooked presents the place where those people lived “ – John Myers

 

Looking at the Overlooked describes a way of encountering the world. The images, all taken within walking distance of Myers’s home in Stourbridge are scenes encountered without narrative or emotion, as if Myers were the first person to come across the places he turned his lens upon. The work is sequenced as a journey through a town, generic and not site-specific, a backdrop to the mundane and everyday that is too often seen and yet not considered as part of our visual landscape.

Limited edition of 450 signed and numbered copies, each containing a 5x4” original silverprint of ‘Bed, 1976’, which is signed and dated to the verso.

Books numbered 1-50 also include a 10x8” selenium toned silverprint of ‘Benjamin the Rabbit, 1975’.

Publisher: RRB Photobooks

Size: 25 x 28.5 cm

160 pages

John Myers
Looking at the Overlooked will be the second volume of a series of three, which will represent Myers collected works.
£225.00

Picture of Bright Black World (Signed)

All signed copies have been allocated to customers so please DO NOT USE THIS PAGE TO ORDER. There may be some cancellations of advance orders so please send an email to info@beyondwords.co.uk if you wish to be put on the reserve list.

Link to unsigned copies

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Publisher's Description

We are thrilled to announce the publication of Todd Hido’s new monograph, Bright Black World. For over two decades, Hido has crafted narratives through loose and mysterious suburban scenes, desolate landscapes, and stylized portraits. He has traversed North America capturing places that feel at once familiar and unknown; welcoming and unsettling. Underscoring the influences of Nordic mythology and specifically the idea of Fimbulwinter, which translates into the ‘endless winter’, many of Hido’s new images allude to and provide form for this notion of an apocalyptic, never-ending winter.

Exploring the dark terrain of the Northern European landscape and regions as far as the North Sea of Japan enchanted Hido, calling him back on several occasions. This newest publication highlights the artist’s first significant foray extensively photographing territory outside of the United States, chronicling a decidedly new psychological geography.

Opening with a text by Alexander Nemerov, Bright Black World comprises 48 plates printed in an oversized format, and featuring two vertical gatefolds and a fold-out poster measuring some 25 x 40 inches. This first printing is limited to 3,000 clothbound copies.

Publisher: Nazraeli Press

Size: 43.2 x 30.4 cm

104 pages, 48 four-color plates

Todd Hido
All signed copies have been allocated to customers so please DO NOT USE THIS PAGE TO ORDER. In case of cancellations, please email info@beyondwords.co.uk if you wish to be on the reserve list
£80.00

Picture of The Crash

Publisher's Description

In 2008 the financial crash hit the City of London. Panic filled the air and people working for the giant money machine seemed oblivious to a photographer working quickly and quietly in their midst. Now, over a decade later, these images question what we have learned... if anything at all.

Stephen McLaren moved to Bethnal Green in 1996, became a photographer, and quickly realised he never wanted to live anywhere else in London other than the East End. Stephen has written a number of books on photography, including 'Photographers’ Sketchbooks', and currently works as a photographer and writer in Los Angeles.

Book 14 from the series 'East London Photo Stories' + PRINT

A fully cloth-covered Collector's Edition of The Crash by Stephen McLaren, presented in a bespoke cloth-covered clamshell box complete with signed and numbered limited edition print.

This Collector's Edition is limited to 150 copies.

Edition numbers allocated from lowest to highest as orders are processed.

Publisher: Hoxton Mini Press

Stephen McLaren
A fully cloth-covered Collector's Edition of The Crash by Stephen McLaren, presented in a bespoke cloth-covered clamshell box complete with signed and numbered limited edition print.
£50.00

Picture of The Moth (Signed)

Publisher's Description

The Moth derives from one black-and-white picture that Jem Southam made in about 1983: a solitary man standing on Gwithian beach in St Ives, Cornwall. From this singular, meditative moment, the book of otherwise unpeopled, colour photographs unravels like a succession of memories, drifting back and forth through time. Over the course of 30 years, Southam intermittently returned to the west of Cornwall to explore a place steeped in marine and mining history, and in the mythology of Celtic saints who exiled to Cornish shores. His poetic sequence of images, inspired by the alliterative verse of the old English poems The Wanderer and The Seafarer, moves from vistas of meadows to water streams, forgotten homes and farm dogs awaiting their food. Now and then, Southam’s fluctuating current of pictures is punctuated by a sublime moment in the rural landscape, only to be eclipsed by the hazy memory of The Moth.

Publisher: Mack Books

72 pages

Jem Southam
he Moth derives from one black-and-white picture that Jem Southam made in about 1983: a solitary man standing on Gwithian beach in St Ives, Cornwall. From this singular, meditative moment, the book of otherwise unpeopled, colour photographs unravels like a succession of memories, drifting back and forth through time.
£40.00

Picture of Ouarzazate (Signed)

Publisher's Description

Ouarzazate is a small city in the Moroccan desert famous for its movie studios and filming locations, an industry which began with David Lean and Lawrence of Arabia.

Invited by the American Friends of the Marrakech Museum for Photography and the Visual Arts to propose a project for his artist residency there, Ruwedel photographed the movie sets in 2014 and 2016.

Much of the filming activity in Ouarzazate has been for costume and Biblical epics. Cleopatra, The Garden of Eden, The Mummy, The Last Temptation of Christ; but also The Sheltering Sky and The Hills Have Eyes. Many of the sets appear to have been abandoned while others are constantly repurposed.

An Egyptian portal leads to a medieval village. An authentic Kasbah in ruins is actually a ruined replica of a “real” Kasbah elsewhere. Shepherds drive their flocks past “ancient” siege machines and Roman columns. “I was reminded of certain passages in Nathaniel West’s Day of the Locust.”

Far from the American deserts where he has produced much of his work of the past thirty years, in Morocco Ruwedel continues his long term interest in contemporary ruins and the histories of both landscape and landscape photography. The photographs are eerily reminiscent of 19th century European photography of ancient Egypt and the Middle East.

Limited edition
Signed by the artist

Publisher: Mack Books

Size: 136 pages

Mark Ruwedel
Limited edition, signed by the artist.
£75.00

Picture of Public Matters (Signed)

Publisher's Description

Capturing the spirit of protest and parade, Public Matters brings together photographs made by Janet Delaney in Reagan-era San Francisco. At this turbulent time in the mid eighties, Delaney was living in the primarily Latino neighbourhood of the Mission District. She would spend the weekends photographing public gatherings, from the annual Cinco de Mayo parade, to the Peace, Jobs and Justice marches, which rallied against the U.S. invasion of Nicaragua. If political governance was regressing, the West Coast city was a place where, as Delaney remembers, ‘progressive ideas would always be upheld.’ Celebrating multiculturalism and collective struggles for social justice, Public Matters surfaces at a juncture when the message of building bridges is needed now more than ever.

In the vintage glow of her sun-drenched images, Delaney leads us in and out of crowds – among demonstrators, fair-goers, cross-dressers, union organisers, beauty pageants, dancers, salesmen, mothers, kids, and market punters – searching for as many intimate moments as she found collective voices. Fearlessly upbeat, her photographs nevertheless intimate a time when, as Delaney recollects, people ‘were reeling from the shift to a conservative government. The demands of the 1960s were addressed in the 70s: the end of the Vietnam war, women’s rights, environmental issues, gay rights, to name a few. Then when Reagan was elected all this came to a halt.’ And as soon as the streets were filled with placards – ‘babies are for loving, not for bombing’; ‘Hatred can never cure the disease of fear, only love can do that’ – Delaney was there, in the middle of the maelstrom, making pictures of public matters.

Essay by Nathan Heller

Publisher: Mack Books

Janet Delaney
Capturing the spirit of protest and parade, Public Matters brings together photographs made by Janet Delaney in Reagan-era San Francisco.
£30.00

Picture of Liberty Theater (Signed)

Publisher's Description

Liberty Theater by Rosalind Fox Solomon brings together her photographs made in the Southern United States from the 1970s to 1990s, never before published together as a group. Solomon’s images depict a complex terrain of social and emotional issues inherited over generations: a world of class and gender divisions, implied and overt racism, competing notions of liberty, and lurking violence. Journeying through Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and South California, Solomon draws attention to cultural idiosyncrasies, paradoxes and theatrical displays: a Daughter of the Confederacy sits in costume with a china doll from her collection; a dead tree stump, fenced and suspended with wires is elevated to the status of a Civil War monument; African American boys examine a vitrine of guns as two white police manikins loom behind them. Poised between act and re-enactment, the animate and the inanimate, Solomon’s images reveal how history becomes a vernacular performance and identity a form of theatre.

Publisher: Mack Books

128 pages, 77 tritone plates

Rosalind Fox Solomon
Liberty Theater by Rosalind Fox Solomon brings together her photographs made in the Southern United States from the 1970s to 1990s, never before published together as a group.
£30.00

Picture of America revised (Special Edition - Signed)

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Publisher's Description

Ater the incredible success with Gerry Johansson’s Tokyo last year (the 500 edition was sold out in three months), I’ve been looking out for another project with the artist. For the new book America revised I’ve chosen 83 pictures from the big number of images, Gerry had taken in the span of more than 40 years during his travels to the States. Gerry Johansson purists who know, like and collect his mostly self published and tabloid sized books might be irritated by our large size 320 x 300 mm (12 3/5“ by 11 4/5“). And in addition there will be even a small number of color images included. But as the reproduction size has more or less the size of his prints, even those who have never seen an original print by Gerry Johansson, could get an almost lifelike impression of an exhibition by GJ. And this was one of my intentions when designing the book. Finally I’ll be sure that even the officially sworn in fans of Gerry Johansson will like the concept. And of course there will be special editions coming with the first copies of the book.

Special Edition signed and numbered copies. With a gelatine silver print; printed by the artist with three different images in an edition of 20 each. Customers should express their print preference when ordering.

Publisher: Only Photography

Size: 320 x 300 mm

124 page, 83 mostly full plate black & white and a few colour images

Gerry Johansson
83 pictures from the big number of images, Gerry had taken in the span of more than 40 years during his travels to the States.
£360.00

Picture of The Game

Publisher's Description

In Britain, the game of football developed in a unique way: between the colliding continents of factory and church, between being owned and not being owned, between sets of rules and something organic.

As the worldwide phenomenon, the English Premier League marks its quarter century, Stuart Roy Clarke celebrates its triumph and that of the wider game.

Text by John Williams and Stuart Roy Clarke

Publsiher: Bluecoat Press

Size: 280 x 240mm

240 pages

Stuart Roy Clarke
As the worldwide phenomenon, the English Premier League marks its quarter century, Stuart Roy Clarke celebrates its triumph and that of the wider game.
£22.50

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