Except for a handful of photos from Araki’s Love by Leica series, the book is devoted to loving photos of Nobuyoshi Araki’s wife Yoko. Published in conjunction with an exhibition at Museum der Moderne Salzburg, Rupertinum Oct. 4, 2008-Jan. 11, 2009.
This series of photographs by the Czech artist Jitka Hanzlová (1958)is a compilation of approximately 50 portraits of women of various ages. The series was created between 1997 and 2000 and shows a multifaceted portrait of contemporary female identity.
Total Records comprises around 500 album covers that chronicle the multifaceted interplay between photography and music from the 1960s to the 2000s.
HOLD STILL—keep going explores the role of film in Robert Frank’s work, and the interaction between the still and moving image that has engaged him since the late 1950s.
Mike Brodie spent years crisscrossing the U.S. documenting his experiences, now appreciated as one of the most impressive archives of American travel photography.
The people and surroundings of Amsterdam formed an important photographic source for Ed van der Elsken. The collection of images presented in this edition has been selected by Martin Parr. This book combines the original black and white prints that came from his archive and a selection of new colour images.
This publication is a reprint of the first book realized by Wolfgang Tillmans for his first exhibition at Kunsthalle Zürich in 1995.
In 1994 Goldin and Araki decided to collaborate on a project about adolescents in Tokyo. They set out to capture the joys, thrills, and anxieties of youth. “I came back to Tokyo in the spring of 1994 to photograph the new Japanese […]
Erik van der Weijde is a prolific Dutch photographer and publisher who self-publishes much of his work through his imprint 4478ZINE.
Joel Sternfeld is well known for large-format color photographs that extend the tradition of chronicling roadside America initiated by Walker Evans in the 1930s. “The subjects of these pictures are varied but the hand of the photographer persists throughout, […]
First published in 1976, and taking its name from a collection of Japanese rural folk legends, Tales of Tono is a compact little volume composed of black-and-white photo diptychs and spreads that were shot in the countryside of northern Honshu, Japan. Faithfully reproducing the original edition, this book contains a text by the artist that offers the reader a typically honest and self-effacing account of Daido Moriyama’s thoughts about his practice.
Andreas Herzau: New York 2000 – 2002 (Edition Braus, 2003) Andreas Herzau is an international working photographer, teacher, writer and blogger and is based in Hamburg and Berlin, Germany.