Photography

MARK PECKMEZIAN - NICE

Written by Charlie Engman
You look nice. How exhilarating and terrifying to be looked at, to be seen -- to realize you've been an image this whole time. All that patient primping, that painstaking preparation, suddenly confronted with its own potential: This is me! you say, aspirationally tucking a stray strand of hair behind your ear, I'm trying to look like me!
January 1, 2021 | Hardcover | Roma Publications | 224 Pages |
$49.50

CHAS GERRETSEN - STARRING

Written by Iris Sikking
Charles (Chas) Gerretsen (1943) is an exceptional photographer. He worked as a war photographer in Vietnam during the late 1960s and was on the scene in 1973 during the coup d'état against President Allende in Chile. Chas Gerretsen is the only Dutch national to have been awarded the prestigious Robert Capa Gold Medal for courage and enterprise.
January 1, 2021 | Paperback | Lecturis | 255 Pages |
$48.50

CHARLOTTE DUMAS - AO (BLUE)

Since 2015 Charlotte Dumas has studied the Japanese island of Yonaguni and the critically-endangered breed of native horses that roam freely across it. A tragic part of the island's past comes through in her characteristically intimate films and photos.
January 1, 2021 | Paperback | Fw:Books |
$43.50

PATRICK BIENERT - EAST END OF EUROPE

Written by Patrick Bienert
Patrick Bienert used to explore ideas around concepts of cultures and identity grounded on the heritage of street and documentary photography.0In 'East End of Europe', the German photographer portrays a new Georgia and his capital city, Tbilisi. Settled at the point where Asia meets Eastern Europe, the captivating Georgia reverberates with the shadow of the Soviet times.
January 1, 2019 | Hardcover | KAHL Editions | 99 Pages |
$59.50

HULLS

Dans ses photographies épaisses, lourdes d'âmes et de chairs, habitées de force et de vulnérabilité, Monika Macdonald insuffle un érotisme inusité en photographie qui provoque une vision de l'intériorité plus qu'il ne suscite le fantasme.
January 1, 2020 | | André Frère éditions | 68 Pages |
$42.00

ARI MARCOPOULOS - HETEROTEMPORALITY

Written by Ari Marcopoulos
Inspired by 'Tokyo Papers' by Karel Martens, Ari Marcopoulos arranged his pictures while thinking about what would distinguish inside and outside, public and private. It is an idea that had already become a prevalent thought during the Covid-19 pandemic.
January 1, 2021 | Paperback | Roma Publications |
$30.00

FRANCESCO MERLINI - THE FLOOD

Written by Francesco Merlini
"Late on 13 June 2015 heavy rainfalls hit Tbilisi and the nearby areas. By the morning, 19 people would be dead. Many families were now homeless, a zoo destroyed, and a city in shock. The city became a wilderness full of dangerous beasts. The zoo lost more than 300 animals. The majority, killed by flooding.
January 1, 2021 | Hardcover | Void | 76 Pages |
$49.50

UTA EISENREICH - AS IF

Written by Uta Eisenreich
This book of photographs is the sequel to "A NOT B" (2010), wherein quotidian items are again staged and captured through the camera's unblinking eye.
January 1, 2021 | Hardcover | Roma Publications |
$59.50

TWO WORLDS: ABOVE AND BELOW THE SEA (SIGNED EDITION)

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Hardcover |
$59.95

ERIK KESSELS: IN ALMOST EVERY PICTURE 17 - CARLO AND LUCIANA

Written by MELANIE HYAMS SMERIERI (SERGIO.)
Carlo and Luciana come from a small town in Italy, Vignola, in the province of Modena. We first meet them at around 20 to 30 years of age, in black-and-white photographs. Many of these snapshots were taken on the road. This marks the beginning of their personal project of photographing each other in the same spot.
January 1, 2021 | PB | Kesselskramer | 180 Pages |
$35.50

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