Asch, Hans van.
Asch, Hans van. Troebel landschap. Lecturis. 2013. Ills. Hardcover. [100890]

Baart, Theo; Schaap, Ton;
Baart, Theo; Schaap, Ton; Building Site Enschede. A City Re-creates Itself. NAI Publishers. 2007. 126 p. Ills. Hardcover/ dustjacket. [103255]

Bavinck, Dorothee & Fortuyn, Maria.
Bavinck, Dorothee & Fortuyn, Maria. Abri het bushaltehuisje. ISBN 9789090270005. 2014. Ills. Leporello in boards in schuifdoos. [102322]

Beham, Larissa, Leukert, Karl-Hermann & Siegmund, Ingo.
Beham, Larissa, Leukert, Karl-Hermann & Siegmund, Ingo. lubeca my reflection. Thomas Elsner Photographs 2007-2017. Distanz. 2017. 167 p. Ills. Hardcover. [111580]

Bent, Ivo van der.
Bent, Ivo van der. Koffie? Een verslag met 138 foto's, tekst van Aaf Brandt Corstius, Dominee Gremdaat, Nico Dijkshoorn, Paul Schnabel en 10 anderen. Met opdracht van de fotograaf. 188 p. Ills. Ringband. [110026]

Bertagnoll, Andreas.
Bertagnoll, Andreas. WIR/NOI. English/ German/ Italian text. Kehrer. 2013. 71 p. Ills. Hardcover. [98742]

Blum, Dieter
Blum, Dieter 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. [108384]

Boissacq-Allen, Veronique.
Boissacq-Allen, Veronique. Equations. French/ English text. Prisme Editions. 2015. Ills. Hardcover. [109783]

Busonero, Federico
Busonero, Federico Federico Busonero: the Land That Remains. Commissioned by UNESCO, Federico Busonero undertook three extensive journeys through the West Bank of the Occupied Palestinian Territory between 2008 and 2009. Using a traditional film camera and unmistakably, his heart, he created pictures that illustrate culturally important, rarely seen places in the topography of the Mashriq, the Arabic places of sunrise to the east of the Nile villages and cities with extraordinary heritage, pastoral rolling hills and ancient olive groves, fertile wadi ecologies, sacred desert cemeteries, and vanishing millennial archaeological sites. A critical yet neutral gaze sheds light on the impending loss of Palestine's cultural legacy with images of today's broken history being occupied forcefully by another's reality, reflecting visions of hope sacrificed in the land that remains. Hatje Cantz Verlag. 2016. 176 p. With 79 col. photos. Hardcover/ dustjacket. [108385]

Cerio, Stefano.
Cerio, Stefano. Chinese Fun. English with German and Italian texts. Hatje Cantz. 2015. 128 p. Ills. Hardcover. [105702]

Crespo, Ulrike.
Crespo, Ulrike. Cold Landscape. Text in German and English. Kehrer. 2013. 143 p. Ills. Paperback. Cover sl. damaged. [100636]

Crewdson, Gregory, Demand, Thomas & Morimura, Yasumasa.
Crewdson, Gregory, Demand, Thomas & Morimura, Yasumasa. The Set-Up/ Met opzet. Gregory Crewdson, Thomas Demand, Yasumasa Morimura. Photographs. Curated and text by Martijn Sanders. Edition of 400. Amsterdam, Galerie Barbara Farber. 17/5-12/6 1997. Ills. Softcover/ dustjacket. [110213]

Doldinger, Inge.
Doldinger, Inge. Fänger des Lichts/ Catchers of Light. Hirmer. 2013. 100 p. Ills. Softcover. [98752]

Eijnden, Janus van den.
Eijnden, Janus van den. Vechters./ Fighters. Veenman. 2014. Ills. Hardcover. [99236]

Engelen, Simone & Engelen, Jos.
Engelen, Simone & Engelen, Jos. Out of the picture. Lecturis. 2016. 8vo. Ills. Cloth. [111541]

Eriksson, August.
Eriksson, August. The Walk. Kerber. 2016. 80 p. Ills. Hardcover. [108162]

Eskildsen, Ute
Eskildsen, Ute Street & studio. An urban history of photography. The street allows photographers to conceal cameras and catch subjects unaware, in informal settings. By contrast, the studio permits both photographers and subjects to present carefully composed images to the world through elaborate staging and technical tricks. In recent years, with celebrities posing in the street and the studio being used for more informal, intimate shots, both traditions have undergone a transformation. This stunning collection features many of the greatest street hotographers of all time--Atget, Brassai, Cartier-Bresson, Arbus, Frank, as well as studio-based artists such as Carlo Ponti, Edward Steichen, Richard Avedon, Annie Leibovitz, and Jurgen Teller. Tate Publishing. 2008. 221 p. Ills. Softcover. [107757]

Esteban, Max de.
Esteban, Max de. Max de Esteban: Heads Will Roll. English text. Hatje Cantz. 2014. 176 p. Ills. Hardcover. [102821]

Éts. Decoux.
Éts. Decoux. Quelque chose a bougé. La double épreuve de la photographie. Entre 2012 et 2014, les Établissements Decoux ont collecté dans des boutiques de seconde main des photographies jumelles d'un même sujet prises à quelques secondes d'intervalle ou suivant un angle de vue légèrement différent. La lettre volée. 2016. Ills. Hardcover with mounted photo. [110062]

Ewing, William A., Herschdorfer, Nathalie & Blaser, Jean-Christo
Ewing, William A., Herschdorfer, Nathalie & Blaser, Jean-Christophe. reGeneration. 50 photographes de demain. French text. Thames & Hudson. 2005. 224 p. With 218 ills, 210 in colour. Wrappers. [99491]

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