Our latest newsletter, out today, has information on new titles by Bryan Schutmaat, Paula McCartney, Awoiska van der Molen (all signed); Alexander Gronsky, David Parker and Yamamoto Masao.
Our latest newsletter, out today, includes new titles by Paul Strand and David Bailey and new signed books by Mike Brodie, Martin Parr and David Eustace.
It also has information about an auction of rare and out of print books by William Eggleston, Eamonn Doyle, Vanessa Winship, Nicolai Degiorgis, Richard Misrach and Stephen Gill.
And there's news of our pop up weekend in North Berwick this weekend.
I'm very pleased to be doing a pop-up weekend in my home town of North Berwick. I'm just as pleased that it's going to be at the excellent Fidra Fine Art gallery, where proprietor Alan Rae exhibits some of the finest traditional and contemporary Scottish art.
The pop-up runs from Friday 7 to Sunday 9 November. I will bring a display of some of the most beautiful, challenging and collectable photographic books of recent years and, on Friday evening, will give a brief introduction to the field of photographic books.
Our latest newsletter includes Thomas Mailaender's Cyanotypes, a new edition of Stephen Shore's Uncommon Places and titles by Darren Almond, Oscar Palacio, Robert Polidori, Duane Michals and Hugh Arnold. Also calendars and diaries from Michael Kenna, Winston Link, Ansel Adams and the Sierra Club.
Our latest newsletter, out today, has new and forthcoming titles by Vanessa Winship, Ted Leeming & Morag Paterson, Marc Wilson (all the above signed) Hiroshi Watanabe, and David Campany's Open Road exploring the history of the road trip in American photography. There's also a great new batch of remainders including three from Twin Palms and Martin Roemers' excellent Relics of the Cold War.
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.