Aldridge, Miles & Manson, Marilyn (introduction).
The Cabinet. Reflex Editions Amsterdam. 2006. With 50 col. plates. Hardcover. Pristine copy.
Aldridge, Miles & O'Brien, Glenn.
Acid Candy. Reflex Editions Amsterdam. 2008. Oblong. 125 p. Ills.Cloth/ dustj. Pristine copy.
Amelunxen, Hubertus von.
Steve Sabella Works 1997-2013. Akademie der Künste, Berlin. English ed. Hatje Cantz. 2014. 208 p. Ills. Hardcover.
Asch, Hans van.
Troebel landschap. Lecturis. 2013. Ills. Hardcover.
Baart, Theo; Schaap, Ton;
Building Site Enschede. A City Re-creates Itself. NAI Publishers. 2007. 126 p. Ills. Hardcover/ dustjacket.
Art Photography. In the last decade, interest in photography has exploded. Among the most compelling and popular art forms, photography is now recognized as central to the development of modern and contemporary art. In this accessibly written survey, art photography comes alive through a series of frames--from documentary style and pictorialism to archives, narratives, and the conceptual uses of the medium. David Bate traces major developments and themes from the earliest days of photography, in the 1830s, to the present day, examining the many ways in which photography and art have intersected since the birth of the medium. Featuring works from a wide and international group of artists--including Henry Fox Talbot, Roger Fenton, Lee Miller, Brassaï, Robert Frank, Nan Goldin, Ed Ruscha, and Gillian Wearing--this comprehensive volume uncovers the Anglo-American and European contexts of art photography, as well as the Asian, African, and Middle Eastern perspectives. Tate Publishing. 2015. 156 p. Ills. Softcover.
Bavinck, Dorothee & Fortuyn, Maria.
Abri het bushaltehuisje. ISBN 9789090270005. 2014. Ills. Leporello in boards in schuifdoos.
Becker, Stefan Moritz.
Der Schatten der Baracke. Kehrer. 2013. 97 p. Ills. Half cloth/ boards.
Facing Change. Documenting America. Prestel. 2015. Ills. Cloth/ dustj.
North Korea - The Power of Dreams. Kehrer. 2016. 120 p. Ills. Hardcover.
WIR/NOI. English/ German/ Italian text. Kehrer. 2013. 71 p. Ills. Hardcover.
Besa, Emily; Ott, Bernd;
All the People. All the People explores the gender spectrum on a personal level with individuals living in Amsterdam, Berlin, London, Los Angeles, and New York who express and define their gender on their own terms.They identify as transgender, gender queer, drag perform. Kerber. 2016. 248 p. Ills. Hardcover.
Brooklyn Hipsters. Kerber. 2015. 136 p. Ills. Hardcover.
Dieter Blum: Cowboys. The First Shooting 1992. The wide horizon of the prairie on which the sun sets, galloping horses and laid-back cowboys swinging lassos: these are the images that give the myth of America visual form, make it both visible and palpable. Unlike any other contemporary artist, the German photographer Dieter Blum (born 1936) has explored and updated this subject. The 60 photographs in his series Cowboys, which were taken in 1992 for Marlboro Cigarettes, testify to this and are assembled for the first time in their entirety in this volume. The myth of the “lonesome cowboy” is ruptured in a humorous way and replaced by a “worker” who pursues everyday activities in a team-stands at the bar, reads the newspaper, washes laundry, skis, takes a bath. Hatje Cantz Publishers. 2017. 136 p. Ills. Hardcover.
Guillaume Bonn. Mosquito Coast. Travels from Maputo to Mogadishu. In his documentary work, photographer Guillaume Bonn (born in Madagascar) has been recording social and political events in Congo, Rwanda, Tanzania, or Somalia for publications such as the New York Times, Guardian Magazine, and Vanity Fair. For the artist, who lives in Paris, Nairobi, and London, his East African home has become today’s “Mosquito Coast”: much the same as during the colonial era in the region in the eastern Caribbean called the Miskito or Mosquito Coast after its indigenous people, eastern Africa is currently experiencing a transformation-mosquito- and malaria-ridden, marked by the traces of dictatorship and war, at the mercy of the consumption and commerce of the Western world. Guillaume Bonn’s photographs present the old Africa in its unrelentingly vibrant native culture in the midst of modern skyscrapers, new highways, and what are purported to be technical improvements. Hatje Cantz Verlag. 2015. 112 p. Ills. Hardcover.
Boogert, Pieter van den.
What We Wear. Text in English. Martin Parr & Gerry Badger, The Photobook, volume 3, page 128. Edition of 500 copies. Amsterdam, Keff & Dessing. 2011. Leporello with plates in hardcover/ cardboard slipcase. Very small stain of ink on front cover, further very good.
Sharon. Kehrer. 2016. 146 p. Ills. Hardcover.
Borg, Jorgen, Brandes, Peter & Capetillo, Christina.
Denmark - Places in Transition. HEART Herning Museum of Contemporary Art. Odense, Museet for Fotokunst. 2010. 96 p. Ills. Paperback.
Peking Dog. Lecturis. 2013. 48 p. Ills. Paperback. ISBN 9789462260443
Annaba. Photographies/ Photographs. English/ French ed. ARP2 editions. 2015. 47 p. Ills. Hardcover.
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