30 November 2011
Title: Journal des correspondances
Artist : Laurent Champoussin
60 free sheets , 16x23cm in an acrylic box
Edition size: 20 boxes + 10 boxes with an additional A3 print / all numbered and signed
type of printing : digital
Price : 120 or 160 euros + shipping
"This is about correspondances, mixing the archives find new connections, obvious or not"
Posted by Joerg at 11/30/2011 04:37:00 PM
29 November 2011
Title: French Kicks
Artist: Pierre Hybre
166 Colour photographs with essay (French/English)
7.8x11 inches (210x280 mm)
Edition : 1000
Printing : Offset
Price : € 38
"Pierre Hybre explores teenage and does it in a very intimate manner. He chose to take pictures of young girls and boys jut as they are, exploring the world of rock’n’roll and Parisian youth, photographing a quest for identity. Paris, from 2006 to 2008."
Posted by Joerg at 11/29/2011 12:06:00 PM
Title: Mensch Münzesheim
Author/Photographer: Dieter & Florian Hassler
192x210mm (approx. 7.56x8.26 inches)
Edition size: 500 pieces
Type of printing: offset
Prize: € 20,00
"Portraits of people that live in my home village; people that at first glance seem to be nothing special, but at second sight surely are."
Posted by Joerg at 11/29/2011 10:37:00 AM
Artist: Alexandre Lemire
5.5x4.25 inches (14x10.9cm)
Edition of 40
Price: Montreal $4, Canada $5, USA $5.50, Int’l $6.
"Évidences is a collection of bizarre objects and events I’ve seen over the course of 2011."
Posted by Joerg at 11/29/2011 10:34:00 AM
28 November 2011
Edited by Éditions FP&CF
200 ex. numbered
"Dirty Negative echos an understanding of a singular universe. With borders of the mystical and the obscure placing the photographs into an abyss of abstract dialog."
Posted by Joerg at 11/28/2011 05:47:00 PM
Title: Lumi / Snow
Artist: Tero Niskanen
15 cm * 21 cm
11 € (incl. shipping)
"Lumi : Snow was shot between 2010 and 2011 in Helsinki, Finland. It was inspired by the snowiest winter in 100 years. The book aims to approach snow as a sensitive, independent and reflecting entity."
Posted by Joerg at 11/28/2011 11:22:00 AM
27 November 2011
Title: Horses Animals Hunts Queen Mother Tall Ships
Artists: Bridgette Ashton & William Teakle
Introduction by Carrie Pitzulo
210 x 148 mm (8.3 x 5.8 in)
Edition of 100 (signed and numbered)
"Photographs and appropriated images and collages responding to a series of un-credited photographic slides"
Posted by Joerg at 11/27/2011 09:50:00 AM
Donovan Wylie One Day Taking Photographs in Belfast
Edition of 200 copies, each one with a different cover
15.5 x 10 cm (6x4 inch)
"The project is in essence a tour of image making. Mann records various aspects of Belfast cityscapes with fellow photographer Donovan Wylie continuously visible in almost every frame. The book presents an interesting look at Belfast’s recent history and at the same time an insight into the Magnum photographer Wylie's ongoing project to photograph its changing architecture."
Posted by Joerg at 11/27/2011 09:47:00 AM
Title: Deck of Chords
Name of Artists: Kirsten Rian and Lauren Henkin
52 playing cards + 1 cover card
Size: 2.5" x 3.5" / 6.4cm x 8.9cm
Type of Printing: Offset
"Deck of Chords is a collaboration between Northwest United States artists Kirsten Rian and Lauren Henkin. Rian and Henkin produced a full deck of cards with each card featuring on the front, an image of Henkin's from her portfolio titled 'The Lines Between Us,' and on the back, a poem by Rian. There are 52 cards in total plus a signed cover card."
Posted by Joerg at 11/27/2011 09:44:00 AM
23 November 2011
"'We have crossed many states of mind when photographs unfold in front of our eyes, revealing, in the appearance of their subject, a familiar strangeness. These states push the familiar into the realm of the uncanny. Under the influence of the shift, the slide, the disorder of the senses, what is known and has been long familiar switches and blurs. Our perception flickers and a gap opens in the real world: The illusion of peace.' - Jacques Damez"
Posted by Joerg at 11/23/2011 10:08:00 AM
22 November 2011
Title: A Place to Stake
Artist: Gina Clyne
8" x 5.5"/ 20.3cm x 13.9cm
Edition size: 50
Type of printing: Digital
"A Place to Stake is a series of photographs that I took during my various camping adventures, from 2008-2011. It's an exploration of our sense of "place" and the urges one has to discover and posses his/her surroundings."
Posted by Joerg at 11/22/2011 11:27:00 AM
21 November 2011
Name of Artist: Dale Schreiner
Number of pages: 32
Size of pages: 9.5" x 8.25", 24.1cm x 21cm
Edition Size: 20
Type of Printing: Archival original inkjet prints (photographs); Letterpress (text)
"Thereafter is a book of 22 photographs about coming to terms with the unanswerable consequences of a violent crime, one in which the details won’t ever be known, and where an unwanted acceptance is all that lives on as told through images of the Oregon landscape. It is Dale Schreiner's first book, completely handmade with subtlety toned prints on Moab rag paper, case-bound, with a short letterpress printed accompanying text by the artist."
Posted by Joerg at 11/21/2011 05:24:00 PM
Artist: Jeroen Hofman
Edition size: 1000
type of printing: Offset
Price : € 55 (including Tax) this does not include shipping
"The award-winning project PLAYGROUND of photographer Jeroen Hofman portrays Dutch training grounds where the Fire Department, the Police and the Military are trained in realistic scenarios. In surrealistic ghost towns the emergency services try to prepare for what is factually unknowable: the future. Within the boundaries of this 'playground' the chaos seems controllable for a moment; even if only for the duration of the exercise. Hofman has now compiled these pictures taken the the last few years from atop a cherry picker into a book."
Posted by Joerg at 11/21/2011 03:14:00 PM
17 November 2011
Title: Forays Into Non-Celluloid Instant Gratification
Author: Ed Templeton
Publisher: Média Immédiat publishing
Mini photo book, softcover, 28 pages
Edition: 240 copies, all signed and numbered.
Price : 13 euros
"All the photos in this book were shot with a point and shoot digital camera over the past 5 years... This is the first time that Ed Templeton publishes a photo book with digital photos."
website / to order
Title: SMOKE #1
Artists: Smoke Collective
Editing: Laetitia Donval
Size 17 X 23'5 cm
Price 9 euros
"In this first edition the Zine explores a singular way to show our collective work freely edited by a member without an individual identification".
website / to order
16 November 2011
Artist: Philippe Cartland
Title: Happy Days
Hand bound, acid free paper
25 pigment images on acetate film
Edition of 5
£200 each + £5 shipping
"You can't cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water - Rabindranath Tagore"
Website / to order
Title: Urban Satori
8.2 x 5.8 in
Full Colour, Saddle-Stitch
Limited Edition of 100 [Numbered]
£7, ex. shipping
Urban Satori catalogues photographs from Nykoh's various visits to different cities and what he encountered there. Nykoh presents each moment as a thing of beauty, a slice of lfe gone in an instant, never to be repeated in full.
"I believe that even though cities are very highly populated, there is no place where loneliness is more present... I like to focus on individuals among society... We tend to forget that each one exists, is a unique individual, among the crowd!" Nykoh
website / to order
09 November 2011
Title: Latvian Photography Yearbook - 2011
Artists: Alexander Gronsky, Ivars Gravlejs, Reinis Hofmanis, Andris Kozlovskis, Anna Novikova, Alnis Stakle, Roberto Boccaccino, Gina Glover, Kate Peters, Anastasia Khoroshilova
Texts by: Sergei Kruk, Arnis Balcus, Elina Ruka, Evita Goze, Ekaterina Vikulina
19.4 x 28 cm / 7.63 x 11 inches
Edition of 1020
"In this year’s edition you will find thought-provoking portfolios by Alexander Gronsky, Ivars Gravlejs, Reinis Hofmanis, Andris Kozlovskis, Anna Novikova and Alnis Stakle. You will discover a wide range of covered themes and photographic styles – from Chinese landscapes, Belorussian socialism and bitter longing for the beloved one to photo hooliganism, biology students in abandoned slams in a border-town and role games in the middle of woods. Each copy of the issue contains a special insert – a limited edition print by one of the featured photographers. "
Posted by Joerg at 11/09/2011 02:40:00 PM
Title: Savage, Dixie, Slaughterville
Artist: Graeme Mitchell
Edition Size: 100, signed and numbered
Size: 8.5×11″ (22x28cm)
Page count: 78
Printing: Digital printing on 60lb Natural Exact Opaque stock
Shipped in a clear plastic protective sleeve
Price $18 + shipping
"Savage, Dixie, Slaughterville is a body of work shot in NYC, Oregon, and Windsor, Ontario over the spring and summer of 2011. It is comprised of portraits and observations that in three parts touch on sexuality, loss, and redemption."
Posted by Joerg at 11/09/2011 11:25:00 AM
Artist: Tom Cops
Foreword by Charlie Parr, illustrations by Aaron Sewards
240 x 170mm / 9.5 x 6.75"
Edition size: 500
type of printing: offset
"Midwest is a collection of medium format photographs taken by Tom Cops, whilst touring America with Minnesotan blues musician Charlie Parr, who has written a foreword to the book. During the tour, Tom attempted to photograph everyone he met, and the places they passed through, looking for odd details in grand old living ghost-towns like Butte, Montana and Lusk, Wyoming."
Posted by Joerg at 11/09/2011 10:52:00 AM
08 November 2011
3.3 x 5 inches / 8.5 x 12.75 cm
Edition of 75 numbered copies
32 euro, signed
"Another World presents two different worlds that somehow both exist. A magnifying glass is supplied to study another world closer."
Posted by Joerg at 11/08/2011 02:47:00 PM
07 November 2011
Titel: Watch the Weather Change
Photographer: Marco van Duyvendijk
Hardcover, 46 photos, 20 Instax Mini's, full color offset.
17,5 by 22 cm (6,9 by 8,7 inch)
Edition size 500
27,50 euro (and shipping costs outside the Netherlands)
“An unexpected encounter on the Internet with someone on the other side of the world. The concentration of a puppet maker in his workshop. The poems that Dutch writer Jo Landheer wrote in the nineteen twenties. These are just some of the elements that photographer Marco van Duyvendijk brings together in the new photo book of his own design, Watch the Weather Change. In his work, Marco van Duyvendijk is increasingly on the lookout for a form of visual poetry - a search for the gray area between documentary photography and storytelling.”
Posted by Joerg at 11/07/2011 09:50:00 AM
01 November 2011
Title: Et Budapest
Artists: Viola Korosi and Yoann Hagnéré
Book, hand sewn binding and completely hand made, stamped cardbord hardcover with a clothbound edge
16 x 20 cm (6.3 inch x 7.9 inch)
20 copies, hand numbered, 5 of which come with an original signed photo
digital printing on 170g Munken paper
price: 24 euros + shipping
"This book is the third book of a project persued since three years. The first year (2009) 'Paris Strasbourg' : two photographers, two separate towns. During one month one photo a day is taken at a precise hour in two different places. The second year (2010) 'P.S: Un an après' : same two photographers, same month, same hours, same two towns, sometimes in Paris sometimes in Strasbourg. And the third year (2011) 'Et Budapest' : same two photographers, same month, same hours for each shot, but this time together giving a double vision on the same town, Budapest"
Posted by Joerg at 11/01/2011 03:06:00 PM
Title: Photographs 2001-2009
Artist: Ken Rosenthal
Introduction by Rebecca Senf, PhD, Norton Family Curator of Photography, Center for Creative Photography and Phoenix Art Museum
9"x9"; 22.86 cm x 22.86 cm
Edition size: 500 copies
type of printing: offset, four color
"Tightly edited from Rosenthal's 2001 series Seen and Not Seen through the 2009 series Days Between, this book contains a selection of 14 images that exemplify the artist's unique vision. Rosenthal's eerie and surreal images capture quiet reflections of memories that often merge the autobiographical with the universal. While dark in tone, the stunning photographs in this book capture a narrative of a haunting personal journey filled with subtle glimpses of hope and beauty."
website - to order
Posted by Joerg at 11/01/2011 03:01:00 PM
Title: Everything is Amazing & Nothing Happens
Artist: Paul Paper
Design and binding: Tadas Karpavicius
14.8 x 21 cm (5.8 x 8.27 inch), poster 29.7 x 42 cm
Edition: 30 (numbered)
Price: €8 + shipping
"In his newest limited edition hand-binded book, made in collaboration with Tadas Karpavicius, Paul Paper explores alternative ways of story-telling through pictures. Small, unconnected pieces from personal diary are married with a collage of imagery."
Posted by Joerg at 11/01/2011 02:53:00 PM
Black Landscapes and Hidden Interiors
Photozine (artist edition, signed)
24 pages + booklet (8 pages)
13 x 18 cm
Edition of 50 copies, numbered
"How can the discrepancy between outside and inside be so huge? Or maybe the one conditions the other? - Ticino, Switzerland 2011"
Posted by Joerg at 11/01/2011 02:47:00 PM