The new Michael Kenna book, France, is now in stock, weighing in at a massive 3.5 kilos including slipcase.
Beyond Words has just moved to new premises 10 minutes' drive from North Berwick, EH39 5LN. We are looking to share these premises with someone in the photographic/creative field. If you think that could be you or know of anyone in this area (including Edinburgh) who might be interested, please get in touch.
Our latest newsletter, issued today, includes new and forthcoming titles by Stephen Shore, Josef Sudek, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Edwin Smith, Michael Collins, Christopher Thomas, an illustrated collection of typically thought-provoking and irreverent essays by Lenswork editor Brooks Jensen, and a major survey of contemporary landscape photography, Landmark.
There's just time for a quick run-down of signed copies we expect in the next few weeks. Availability will be limited so please get your orders in now if you want to guarantee a copy: Adam Lach: Stigma; two from Vincent Delbroeck: As Dust Alights and Some Windy Trees; two from Martin Parr: We Love Britain and Black Country Stories; Nadav Kander's Dust; Paul Graham: Does Yellow Run Forever?; John Gossage: Nothing; Dougie Wallace: Stags Hens & Bunnies.
Our latest newsletter, out today includes titles by Michael Kenna, Robert Adams, John Gossage, Martin Parr (signed), Terri Weifenbach & Rinko Kawauchi, and Jeff Schewe.
This month, Nazraeli Press are publishing a mammoth volume of Michael Kenna's photographs of France. Over 312 pages and measuring 12 by 13 inches, it includes 275 images. There will be three editions: the standard edition; the limited edition of 250 signed and numbered in a clamshell box; and a deluxe edition of just 50 copies with print, which we are selling at a reduced price until the end of Friday 10 September.
Hans Strand’s Iceland will be published on 15 September. Customers who order by the end of Friday 12 September will receive a SIGNED copy plus a free A4 print of the cover image.
Our latest newsletter, out today, features Marco Paoluzzo's new book on Iceland, Olaf Otto Becker on forests, Edward Ranney on the Nazca Lines in Peru, Jiri Hanke on pre- and post-Soviet Czechoslovakia and work by Bruce Davidson and Paul Caponigro in Britain and Ireland.
Our latest newsletter features new and forthcoming titles from Cartier-Bresson, Dougie Wallace, Paul Graham, John Gossage and many more.
Within the next week, we should receive signed copies of Nick Waplington's new book from Mack, Settlement, which refers to the Jewish communities built in the region of the former state of Palestine known as the West Bank. The book investigates the topography of Jewish identity in the West Bank.
Also, apologies in advance. Our ISP have informed us of a planned downtime of up to 4 hrs between midnight tonight and 1pm Sat. Sorry for any inconvenience.