18 December 2014

Natalya Reznik - Secrets


Secrets
Natalya Reznik
72 pages, 24x30 cm (9,4 x 11,8 inches)
50 numbered and signed copies, self-published.
Digital print, thread stitched hardcover with dust jucket
8 holes in the book + 1 in the dust jacket. Diameter 78 cm
Price: 50 Euro for early orders until 31. December 2014 and 60 Euro after that.

"Secrets – such was the name of a very popular children’s game in the USSR. Mostly 5-8 year old girls were involved in this game. It was not just a game, but rather a mystic ritual. Natalya has portrayed women, who have moved to Germany from Russia or former Soviet republics. The artist repeats with these now grown-up girls the game of “Secrets” [Sekretiki,] meaning Treasures, and finds common reminiscences."

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15 December 2014

Ana Zaragoza - Gioia


Gioia
by Ana Zaragoza
Design & layout: Caravanbook
Translation: Dario Quondamstefano
A6 size, 20 + 4 pages 
Digital laser color print. 
Cyclus paper 90 grs. (100% recycled)
€ 10 + shipping

"... e allora Mambo! (like Vinicio Capossela says) it's the sentence that comes to my mind hopping off the bus in Politeama Square. Sweating Mambo! It's the sentence right after that (in the song, and walking around Palermo), because there is some serious heating going on there that makes your legs wobble... The loud sirens from the ambulances make me dizzy and between the loud noise, I remark beautiful words and dark stares. Every step I take is a surprise to discover and every huge door can hide a wonder. Monumental, dirty, traditional, noisy, exotic, naval, tremendously charming, loving... Palermo and the joy of living."

13 December 2014

Oscar Aramendi - Nocturno


publisher: Unknown Books
32 pages
148 x 210 mm
edition of 40, numered
digital print
10,00 € + shipping

"In my execution I seek to capture images silenced by the darkness. As I enter the nocturnal space, I commit to the moment, with the lived and perceived. Between contrasts and saturation the images become a translation of real sensations that are intense and intimate."

12 December 2014

Nathan Pearce and JC Yepes - All Night Long vol. 3


All Night Long vol. 3
by Nathan Pearce and JC Yepes
8.5 x 5.5 inches 20 pages
Edition: 35
Digital printing
Price $5

"All Night Long v.3 is a split zine by Nathan Pearce and JC Yepes. Both photographers present an essay of photographs from The Day of The Dead in southern Mexico. "

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09 December 2014

Curtis Hamilton - Tar Beach Blind

Tar Beach Blind
by Curtis Hamilton
74 pages, 11.9" x 9.5" (30.2 x 24.1 cm)
edition of 300
A limited edition Silk Screen Print (11.5" x 9") is included with each book.
$45

"Tar Beach Blind presents a collection of Curtis Hamilton’s black and white photographs made over a five-year period (2010 -2014). Hamilton’s large format photographs bend early modernist aims of instrumentality and pure description towards a darker and more ambiguous experience of the everyday. Through still life and abstraction, the objects, encounters and daily problems within the immediate surroundings of his home and neighborhood are formed into uncanny realizations that are both enigmatic and ruthlessly lucid."

08 December 2014

Rubén H. Bermúdez - Looking for freedom


Looking for freedom
by Rubén H. Bermúdez
Published by Caravanbook
A5 size, 20 + 4 pages
Design & layout: Caravanbook
Digital laser color print.
Cyclus paper 90 grs. (100% recycled)
10 eur (shipping included)


"What is Freedom? Does it vary between different societies? Is Freedom just the absence of pressure or is it the pressence of something else? And if so, what is that something else? - The Fear of Freedom, Erich Fromm.
The Berlin Wall was built in 1961, splitting Berlin City in two halves for 28 years. Many individuals on the Eastern side tried to escape to the Western side motivated, among other reasons, by a lack of Freedom. More than 20 years after its demise, I have photographed stages where the Wall witnessed the failure of an individual."

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06 December 2014

Bindi Vora - In the blue light we failed


In the blue light we failed
Bindi Vora
96 Pages
14.5 x 20.0 cm / 5.7 x 7.8"
Digital Printing, HP Indigo Press
Edition 100 with unique photographic print
£27.00 + shipping

"Unintentionally created, In the blue light we failed. is a work that brings together failed images from my practice, that have been produced over several years during various stages of image making. These collected images are transformed into a book and piece together the errors that have occurred unexpectedly when the camera failed to record, and process irreversibly left it's mark upon the surface of an image."

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05 December 2014

Pepper - Snapshot Beauties


Snapshot Beauties
by Pepper
80 pages, 30 x 24 cm
thread stitching
softcover
offset printing
edition of 1200
€ 20,- +shipping

"Photos of 13 young women who were asked to stage themselves in an erotic way: dresses, half nude or nude. All pictures were made with Kodak one way cameras. The whole set was exhibited at Carpentier Galerie in Berlin in 2013. 39 examples of the series "Snapshot Beauties" are to find in this book."

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Christian Reister - Bist Du Glücklich?


Bist Du Glücklich?
by Christian Reister
self-published
64 pages, 15 x 10 cm
digital printing, soft cover, perfect binding
1st edition, 100 copies
8 € + shipping

"Somebody has written a question on the fence of a construction site: "Are you happy?“ We enter and browse through Reister's small artist book that has the size of a postcard and combines photographs form the last 10 years. Crowds of people, city scenes und urban landscapes. Birds, hearts and words. Somewhere between urban tristesse and bitter sweet irony we are taken on a walk through some fictional story until we end up with a picture of a house facade. Its vintage sign says „harmony."

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03 December 2014

Fábio M. Roque - Can You Predict Spring?


Can You Predict Spring?
Fábio M. Roque
published by The Unknown Books
38 pages; 150 mm x 230 mm
30 numbered & signed copies
black & white digital print
8,00 € + shipping

"Can you predict spring? Who can predict a social change? This project was developed regarding these subjects. This work was made in Tunisia, in a trip around the country, between the big cities and the desert villages, it was a memorable and unusual “tour” given the uniqueness of what I found a different culture and despite closed, with some signs of possible external openness, tourism in particularly. Regarding the political field, the only approach I made, was answered calmly, “we prefer a known thief, that a strange one”. This observation is about President Ben Ali. Some months later, the Arab Spring began."

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Benoît Grimalt - Photos-Souvenirs



Photos-Souvenirs
by Benoît Grimalt
72 pages, 15X21 cm
Edition of 500
offset color
20 euros + shipping

«Benoît Grimalt sets himself the challenge to reconstruct the last photograph of a film reel before its development in a drawing. Through this work, Benoît Grimalt questions the relationship between image and memory. his technique of using drawings to recover moments allows Grimalt to further refine his reasons for attempting to remember, leaving behind the superfluous and the inevitable dross.»

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Marianna Aldovini & Nicola Albertin - BECAMO


BECAMO
Marianna Aldovini, Nicola Albertin
24 postcards cm.10x15 in a dedicated cardboard box
Edition of 50
4 colour Indigo printing with gloss lamination on front side
20 Euro + shipping

"Becamo - Berlin Casale Monferrato - created to show our point of view on the difference between the two cities in which we live, Berlin and Casale Monferrato, a metropolis and a small provincial town, a place to go in the country must make a few kilometers and one where you just do a 5 minute walk. Europe's capital and the capital of Monferrato. 24 postcard size photos, one thing that we really like and photographs taken with film, one thing that we really like. The logo, designed by Giada Yeya Montomoli, represents the towers symbol of the two cities: Berlin TV tower and the Civic tower of Casale Monferrato."

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Chiara De Franciscis - Kingdom III


Kingdom III
by Chiara De Franciscis
Design: Grenville Herrald
96 pages, 21 x 29.7 cm, ca. 8.3 x 11.7 inches
Indigo, black&white printed on four different shades of pastel coloured paper
First Edition
£24 (+shipping)

"Kingdom is an imaginative world with its own set of rules where the power of the subconscious resurfaces through enigmatic images and unexpected relationships towards a dreamy and hypnotic vision of reality. Kingdom is composed of four different volumes containing photographs made over a ten-year period (2004 -2014) in different cities and locations around the world. Shot entirely in black and white, each book is printed on four different shades of pastel coloured paper. Kingdom III is the third book of the series."

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various Japanese artists - One Year For Japan, 2015


One Year For Japan, 2015
Motoyuki Daifu, Haruka Fujita, Shigeo Gocho, Yuji Hamada, Takashi Homma, Syoin Kajii, Rinko Kawauchi, Koji Kitagawa, Daido Moriyama, Daisaku Nishimiya, Yuji Obata, Daisuke Yokota.
2014 Calendar
7 loose sheets
18x23,5cm
offset printing
Edition of 500
18 euros + shipping

"This year again, I have asked 12 Japanese photographers to participate, keeping the idea to mix confirmed and emerging artists. 100% of the benefits will be given to National Parents Network to Protect Children from Radiation (Japan)."

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Alexandre Lemire - Rare Marquis de Sade, dude.


Rare Marquis de Sade, dude.
Alexandre Lemire
28 pages, 8.5 x 5.5 inches / 21.5cm x 14cm
Edition of 40
Canada $6.50, USA $7.50, Int'l ~10

"A collection of diptychs about youth and death."

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02 December 2014

Andreas B. Krueger - Je ne connais pas leur nom



Je ne connais pas leur nom
by Andreas B. Krueger
English/French bilingual edition, text contribution by Angela Soupe
Self-published, 64 pages, 12,5 x 12,5 cm / 5 inch x 5 inch
black & white risograph printing, hand bound
Edition of 100 copies, hand numbered
12 € + shipping

"A family’s story will always always fragmented. Just a few persons within a family know how to interprete biographies or events – the whole image will always be inaccessible. The zine is based on a mixed-media installation made from photographies, found objects, text, wood and acrylic glass."

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01 December 2014

Kaamna Patel - Apparitions

Apparitions
by Kaamna Patel
56 pages, 5 inch x 8 inch / 12 cm x 20 cm
50 copies, numbered & signed
Indigo printing, hand bound with an embroidered black canvas & satin sleeve
25 Euros + shipping

"Apparitions is a documentation of my home & family over a series of Skype conversations facilitated by a less than adequate internet connection. All the images are made using screen captures."

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29 November 2014

Aaron McElroy - The Devil May Care


The Devil May Care
Aaron McElroy
158 pages
95 color photographs 12. 5x 9 inches 
9x12.5 in.(317.5 x 228.6)mm
Perfect bound 
French folded soft cover
Published by S_U_N_  Editions 
65$ + shipping

"In his largest book to date "The Devil May Care” Aaron McElroy takes his diaristic taxonomy further by incorporating nefarious totems of desire to a new level. Within the tradition of his past works, he continues to look at the female body with a less eroticized view for that of exploring the subject in various states of glancing over that of the gaze."

28 November 2014

Fabrizio Musu - A Forest. Vol.IV


A Forest. Vol.IV
Fabrizio Musu (photographs); Enrico Ruggeri & Lomìno (music)
A5, 32 pages + 30 minutes cd soundtrack
edition of 40, hand numbered
high quality offset digital hp indigo, black&white
10 € + shipping

"A rare peace rules in nature. Nowhere anything dazzling, exciting. Heaven and earth are like a trasparent fabric. And everything seems so happy. The landscape is as sweet as the melody of a lullaby."

Yurian Quintanas Nobel - Happy nothing



Happy nothing
by Yurian Quintanas Nobel
Edition: Witty Kwi books
68 pages
indigo print
15cm x 21cm
limited edition of 150 copies
€ 22+shipping

"With the Californian desert as background, “Happy Nothing” is a personal journey that delves into the lives of its inhabitants and its secrets. Here is where ex-convicts, war veterans, retirees and people that for some reason have decided to stay outside of the society live. In these towns there is no running water, the houses are in ruins, the streets unpaved, without street lighting, there are no supermarkets or entertainment infrastructures. But despite living in this conditions, they call it the Paradise."

Carles Palacio - Crosta Brava

Crosta Brava
Carles Palacio
28 pages
140mm x 195mm
Edition of 50
Black and white print on a light blue 80g paper
5,90€ Spain / 8€ International (shipping included)

"Photozine abaout some of the beaches in Costa Brava through Palacio's eyes. Friends and foreigners share the space creating a peaceful and harmonious environment, like the waves that surround them."

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26 November 2014

Juan Aballe - Country Fictions


Country Fictions
by Juan Aballe
Text and photographs by Juan Aballe
Graphic Design by Jaime Narváez
Essay by Eduardo Momeñe
80 pages
210 x 243mm / 8.27 x 9.6 inches
Offset
 Edition of 500
27€ + shipping

"Produced between 2011 and 2013 in Iberian Peninsula, this book deals with my relationship with the rural environment and the emotions brought about by the possibility of taking the big step of leaving the city and living closer to nature. Country Fictions also reflects on the photographic language itself and how we are influenced by previous representations and preconceived ideas about rural utopias. The illusion of escaping from contemporary society, the naivety and the hopes built around nature come together with the strangeness and the nostalgic look at a life that is not mine."

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Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman - Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape



Processed Views: Surveying the Industrial Landscape
Barbara Ciurej and Lindsay Lochman
self-published
a set of 11 limited run postcards in a die-cut case (6 x 7.5 inches - 15.24 x 19.05 cm)
first printing - 500
printing - digital color
$25.00 plus shipping

"Processed Views interprets the frontier of industrial food production: the seductive and alarming intersection of nature and technology. As we move further away from the sources of our food, we head into uncharted territory replete with unintended consequences for the environment and for our health. We built these views to examine consumption, progress and the changing landscape."

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24 November 2014

Antonio Eugenio - Escape


Escape
Antonio Eugenio
40 pages, A5 size ( 210x148mm - 8.27 x 5.83inches )
Digital print on recycled paper
Edition of 100
9€ + Shipping

"Escape is a photo book of 40 pages that take away the reader in the heart of green lungs of big urban cities. These natural spaces, away from prying eyes, offer a world of escape, romance, lack of care and freedom."

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Rainer Sioda - Transatlantic Relations

Transatlantic Relations
Rainer Sioda
PogoBooks #89
144 Pages, 30,5 x 24cm
1. Edition - 500 copies
Full Color Offset
48,- € // 60,- $

"In the 144-page book, large-format landscape photographs of the North American province face off images of Brandenburg and its surroundings. The book title "Transatlantic Relations" refers to the playful approach to substantive as well as formal image relationships that Sioda gleaned from the respective environments. In doing so, the border between foreign and known starts to blur, the key to the volume's wit as well as its depth."

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23 November 2014

Vladyslav Krasnoshchok - Negatives are Stored


Negatives are Stored
Vladyslav Krasnoshchok
53 Postcards from original hand painted old cabinet and visit portrait images in a wooden box
Paper: Arches 250 gr
Size of the wooden box: 12cm x 16cm
Edition of 100 signed by the author.
Digital Printing
€55 + shipping

"One chilly Sunday morning I was strolling through a flea market in Kharkov when I spotted vintage photos: cabinet and visit portraits, lying around on the ground covered with snow and slush flying from people’s feet. I started to buy these photos in a daring attempt to save them. Many of them had an inscription ' Negatives are stored ' or ' Negatives are stored  for further orders' on the back. But collecting somebody else’s photos just for the purpose of keeping them seemed pointless. I decided to give them a new life, a new beginning… may be a life they never had."

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Clément Paradis - Sound of Midnight


Sound of Midnight - the theory of bitter fun
Clément Paradis
248 pages, digital b&w
22,00 × 14,60 cm, paperback with silver dust jacket
Edition size 100 ex.
26€ + shipping

“One night I was outside of a club in London, I think at that moment I started to hear it… The Sound of Midnight… How many pictures did I take that night? One roll? Two rolls, three? When I ran out of rolls, I’d re-expose the previous ones anyway. I’m trigger happy, it always helps to wash the doubts away. People nowadays are afraid of the silence. Every day, as the propaganda tells us the precise opposite, we feel less human and less loved–as a photographer, there’s nothing I can do about it. But past midnight, when the smell of perfumes, cigarette and restaurant grease mix, when the humming of the bass echoes in the streets, when I hear this Sound of Midnight, I get this appetite for action, for images and for their destruction."

21 November 2014

Diane Vincent - Oben


OBEN
by Diane Vincent
Editing with Paul Gaffney
Binding with Nico Baumgarten
48 pages, 20.5 cm x 28 cm / 8.1 x 11 inch
Edition of 250 (including an upcoming Extra Edition of 21)
Digital, plus Offset for Cover
€ 25 + shipping

"It’s thirty-six degrees, a dry desert sun burns the roof. From up here the vast empty ground seems endless. The heat and the wind touch my skin. I open a door, the background noise of the city fades away."

20 November 2014

Simon Bolz - Frisky

Frisky
by Simon Bolz
208 pages, 24.5 x 33.5 cm (9.6” x 13.2”)
Limited edition of 1,000 copies
Offset print on special coated art paper (170g/sqm), silk mat
€ 44,90 + shipping

"Pretty women are men's endless weak point. Simon Bolz dove into the ocean of beauty to photograph 28 women in stunning locations."

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Achraf Baznani - Inside my dreams

Inside my dreams
by Achraf Baznani
106 pages, 21x21 cm
Edition of 120
Digital color
$75 including shipping worldwide.

"Photos are not just shots that have been taken spontaneously. They are also an interesting way which can tell us several things, or explain the feelings of the photographer. The photos in this book can be a mirror image of our lives, the situations we deal with and the problems that we all have to face. Insightful messages and interesting ideas arise from these unique photos by Achraf Baznani, a very perceptive and intuitive photographer that certainly knows how to bring life to reality with his excellent shots."

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19 November 2014

Chiara De Franciscis - Kingdom II


Kingdom II
by Chiara De Franciscis
Design: Grenville Herrald
96 pages, 21 x 29.7 cm, ca. 8.3 x 11.7 inches
Indigo, black&white printed on four different shades of pastel coloured paper
First Edition
£24 (+shipping)

"Kingdom is an imaginative world with its own set of rules where the power of the subconscious resurfaces through enigmatic images and unexpected relationships towards a deranged and more ambiguous experience of the everyday.Kingdom is composed of four different volumes containing photographs shot in different cities and locations around the world and made over a ten-year period (2004 -2014). Shot entirely in black and white, each book is printed on four different shades of pastel coloured paper. Kingdom II is the second book of the series."

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18 November 2014

Ana Kraš & Marija Strajnic - LIT


LIT
Ana Kraš & Marija Strajnic 
Published by Bloom Publishing
Design by Bradley Pinkerton
24 pages (gatefold cover)
210 x 148mm / 8.27 x 5.83inches
Digital Indigo
Saddle stitched 
Edition of 250
16 USD + shipping

"The publication features images from Belgrade born Ana Kraš and Marija Strajnic, taken throughout their shared hometown and where Ana now resides, New York. By collectively choosing eleven words and individually interpreting them, they've created diptych-esque spreads throughout the title."

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17 November 2014

Alexis Maryon - The Bristol Estate


The Bristol Estate
Alexis Maryon (published by Fistful of Books)
60 pages
135 x 255mm
Numbered edition of 200
Black + White digital printing / spiral bound / hand assembled
£12.00 (inc UK postage)

"On the steepest hill in Brighton – behind the Regency splendour and famed landmarks that define this newly appointed city – sits the Bristol Estate. Alexis Maryon presents an honest and intimate portrait of a local housing estate that defies preconceptions and expectations."

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Nathan Pearce - Tank Batteries


Tank Batteries
by Nathan Pearce
contributors: Fábio M. Roque / The Unknown Books
36 pages; 230 mm x 150 mm
Edition: 40
black & white digital print
8,00 € + shipping

"These photographs of tank batteries Were all made Within a few miles of my front door in Southern Illinois There are a handful of photos here but there Could very well be hungarian Tank batteries overwhelm the landscape here. They are a reminder of Both the previous oil booms que have come and gone here and the rumored impending oil boom que has yet to materialize."

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Luke Van Aurich & Matt Naturani - You Are Here


You Are Here
Luke Van Aurich & Matt Naturani
Featuring design by Celine Tan & Illustration Max Blackmore
40 pages
210 x 148mm, 8.27 x 5.83inches
edition of 100
Digital indigo print
PUR (perfect bound) with spine detailing
20 USD + shipping

'You Are Here' showcases Luke & Matt's juxtaposing styles themed around the many road trips they've taken through country Victoria, Australia over winter 2014.

11 November 2014

Felipe Russo - Centro


Centro
Felipe Russo
Text : Guilherme Wisnik 
Design: Beatriz Matuck
64 pages, 27 x 22cm ( 10.6 x 8.7 in )
Edition of 1000
Offset Printing
$40 + shipping

"In CENTRO both the images and the objects I photograph are a direct result of transformation, of acting over the surface of the city. Like an Archeologist I search for what was left behind. Objects and man made constructions are the material where I search for order and evidence, building a personal understanding of downtown São Paulo, the city that is my home."

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10 November 2014

Dino Ignani - Dark Portraits Rome 1982-1985


Dark Portraits Rome 1982-1985
by Dino Ignani
576 pages, 16x18cm
Edition: 300 copies
Offset print, B/W + Pantone
Perfect binding, Soft cover, Sealed in trash bag
Price: 25 € + shipping

"Dark Portraits Rome 1982-1985 is the first book by Roman photographer Dino Ignani. The book is a selection from the artist’s archive: shots of the youth that lit up the Roman night life in the early ’80s and, in particular, the venues and events related to the so-called dark universe. The dark community encompassed the various musical tendencies and the fashion of those years: from post-punk to new romantic to gothic. These photos were shot in video-bars, discos and other places where dark events took place at the time (Olimpo, Supersonic, Angelo Azzurro, Blue Bar, C-Club, Venice, Black Out, Uonna Club, Piper, Cinema Espero) and where Ignani would invite the habitués to pose for their portraits. With an essay by Roberto D’Agostino."

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08 November 2014

Karen Isaac - CARSCARS


CARSCARS
photography by Karen Isaac
design by Kevin McCaughey
12 pages/ 6 x 9 in (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
edition of 40
2 color green/black riso print
$3 + shipping

"CARSCARS is a collaborative publication with photography by Karen Isaac, designed by Kevin McCaughey. 12pg zine features lifeless wrecking yard snapshots accompanied by unassuming anecdotes. "

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Kramer O'Neill - Stills From Imaginary Movies [no. 1]


Title: Stills From Imaginary Movies [no. 1]
by Kramer O'Neill
20 pages, 16.5 x 24cm / 6.5 x 9.5in
Second Printing: edition of 50
digital color/170gsm matte paper
€8 + shipping

"The start of a new series of candid shots that appeal to cinephile sensibilities. Documents as fiction and vice versa, culled from my first year as an uncomfortable Parisian."

06 November 2014

Pim Top - Sculptures - Dark Passengers - The Liars


Sculptures - Dark Passengers - The Liars
by Pim Top
Published by 500 Photographers Editions
Texts: Rik Suermondt & Pieter Wisse
56 Pages, 24x34 cm
Edition: 500
Offset Printing, 4 kinds of luxury paper

Price: € 27,50 + shipping

"Pim Top is a photographer with a distinct focus on the body, gesture, light and expression. With a background in philosophy he searches for deeper layers within his work. He is inspired by painters, psychologists and greek sculptors."

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Charlie Hillhouse - Sonny Boy


Sonny Boy
Charlie Hillhouse
32 pages, 133 X 190 mm
Indigo Print
Edition: 50
Price: $12 + shipping

"Charlie Hillhouse's most recent work is an exploration into one of the most photographed places in the world, Niagara Falls. While driving from Canada back to New York Charlie stopped and joined the many tourists documenting their experience. He had not planned on taking any photographs and had to borrow a camera. The sublime power of the landscape moved him to want to photograph."

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Jessie Churchill - Looking at painting


Looking at painting
Published by Jessie Churchill
96 pages /14.8 x 21.0 cm
CMYK digital print
£ 10 + shipping

"Looking at painting is a journal featuring artists and ideas that exist within in the extended sense of painting. Often in sculptural and transcending approaches. Each journal comes with 2 works, commissioned to lie within the pages. A proposal of a film by Tom Camm and ‘Folds | & Folds ||’ by Charlotte Laidler."

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05 November 2014

Juan Margolles - Sometimes we have no shadow



Sometimes we have no shadow
Juan Margolles
Editing: Juan Margolles + Gonzalo Golpe
52 pages / 17 x 22,5 cm
Digital print at The Folio Club
100 copies
18€ + shipping

"Based on the exploration and contemplation of the vicinity. Sometimes we have no shadow emerged from the personal experience of inhabiting an unfamiliar urban space. Highlighting the presence of natural elements, Margolles composes images where a dialogue is established beyond the urban form, which allows to assume a new aesthetics experience to the author, and questions his sense of identity."

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03 November 2014

Gytis Skudzinskas - Albumas / Album


Albumas / Album
by Gytis Skudzinskas
Text: Ricardas Sileika (Lithuanian only)
Publisher: Noroutine Books
48 pages / 17x18,5 cm
Offset printing
Traditional Japanese book binding
Limited edition of 99 + 1AP
Each book comes with one original found photograph and one archival print (documentation of Album installation)
Price: 50 euros + shipping

"Album is formed from found photographs. Images have lost their original function (memory). To be more specific, no one remembers what is depicted in these photographs and why these images were created. The most understandable signs on photographs are notes and time left marks on the backs of found images. The reverse of photographs in the installation and the book eliminates the primary function of the non-verbal message. Only notes and time affected surfaces allow perceivers to interpret the "invisible" story. But you always know that there is something else."

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Derk Zijlker - Souvenir de Charleroi


Souvenir de Charleroi
by Derk Zijlker
pages: 100
size: 25 cm x 20 cm (oblong)
edition of 50
printing: two-sided digital, full color
€50 + shipping

"Charleroi was voted ‘ugliest city in the world’ in 2008. High unemployment, crime and poverty rates, political and social scandals, abandoned factories and ghost metros all contributed to this negative image.  Could this formal prosperous, industrial city actually be so bad or was there still a hidden gem inside?"

Line Bøhmer Løkken - Tøyen sentrum


Tøyen sentrum
Line Bøhmer Løkken
160 pages , 20,5x24cm
Edition of 600
Printed and embossed hardcover
Offset, triplex
€ 45 + shipping

"During a period extending over three years Line Bøhmer Løkken visited Tøyen Centre with her camera. The result of these forays is now being published in the book Tøyen sentrum, which consists of a total of 115 pictures."

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02 November 2014

Kevin Fuchs - My Beamline


My Beamline - photographic analysis of a research location
Kevin Fuchs
80 pages / 16,5 x 23cm
Edition of 250
Offset printing
35€ incl. shipping


"Over the course of one year I accompanied the scientists and employees of the Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin for Materials and Energy (HZB). I took photographs in the experiment halls of the BESSY II research facility (electron storage ring) and the BER II (research reactor). Fundamental physics research is carried out at the HZB, where physicists investigate the structure and composition of matter itself. How is our world constructed? What does it consist of? What laws govern these structures so small they cannot be seen in a microscope?"

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30 October 2014

Jonathan Sa’adah - How Many Roads? Photographs of the Sixties and Early Seventies.



How Many Roads? Photographs of the Sixties and Early Seventies. 
92 photographs by Jonathan Sa’adah
Published by Phoenicia Publishing
Introduction by Teju Cole and essays by Beth Adams, Hoyt Alverson, & Steven Tozer
142 pages, 8.5” x 11” (21.6 cm x 28 cm) 
Paperback unlimited edition
Hardcover limited to 250 signed and numbered
Both editions Indigo digital interior
Hardcover on 100# text weight smyth sewn signatures with traditional natural-linen binding and dust jacket. 
Paperback perfect bound with 80# text interior.

"Jonathan Sa’adah’s photographs show an unglossy but deeply human view of the period from 1968 to 1975 in richly detailed, observant images that have poignant resonance with the present. The pictures connect through their common humanity with humor and prescient observation."

Evelise Millet - La tangente ne finit jamais


La tangente ne finit jamais
Evelise Millet
2014
Pages/Size: 14 postcards / 21x24,5cm
Printing postcard : offset CMJN - Cover : laser black/white 
Edition of 200, in a blister
Price: 12€ + shipping

"This publication contains 14 photographs printed on postcards, from a hitchhiking trip (Canada and United States). "

29 October 2014

Various Artists - Sudario numero zero


Sudario numero zero
Artists: Carlo Bitetti, Andrea Fasciani, Aldo La Capra, Antony Macrì, Pietro Motisi, Salvatore Santoro, Stefano Tripodi
Pages: 16
Printing: Risograph

Sudario numero zero is the first self-produced zine produced by The View from Lucania, dedicated to Southern Italy that hosts some works from photographers and artists based in the South, story tellers of their land. Sudario will be periodically and will explore, with different languages in each issue, a part of Italy unmistakably controversial and stratified.

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