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  1. A voiceless song: Photographs of the Slavic lands,by John Paskievich

    A voiceless song: Photographs of the Slavic lands

    John Paskievich
    b/w photographs. A National Film Board of Canada book. Introduction by Josef Skvorecky. Images from eastern Europe.
  2. Aarsman's Amsterdam. Foto's & notities ,by Hans Aarsman

    Aarsman's Amsterdam. Foto's & notities

    Hans Aarsman
    Aarsmans' multifaceted view of the city in word and image; first hardcover edition limited to 1000 copies accompanied by a handprinted, signed and numbered colour print from the book; of each of the ten selected photographs 100 were printed; this print, numbered 5/100, is a rooftop view of the Zuiderkerk.
  3. Aleksandr Rodchenko: The New Moscow,by Aleksandr Rodchenko / Margarita Tupitsyn

    Aleksandr Rodchenko: The New Moscow

    Aleksandr Rodchenko / Margarita Tupitsyn
    Photographs from the L. and G. Tatunz Collection. Published to accompany a travelling exhibition, organised by the Sprengel Museum, Hannover.
  4. Amsterdam? Ed van der Elsken


    Ed van der Elsken
    A large collection of exceptional people in a small photo book.
  5. ANAP D.R. A New American Picture,by Doug Rickard

    ANAP D.R. A New American Picture

    Doug Rickard
    Limited handcrafted edition, signed and numbered 155/200. American street scenes, using the internet platform Google Street View.
  6. Black white and things,by Robert Frank

    Black white and things

    Robert Frank
    Somber people and black events, quiet people and peaceful places and the things people have come in contact with..
  7. Brassai,by Brassai / Henry Miller


    Brassai / Henry Miller
    Photographic illustration laid down on front cover. First edition hardcover, edited by Robert Delpire and Pierre Faucheux. Brassaï’s friend the novelist Henry Miller contributed an essay ‘Oeil de Paris’
  8. China 85/07,by Koen Wessing

    China 85/07

    Koen Wessing
    Dutch photographer Koen Wessing has visited China on four different occasions, firstly in 1985, and more recently in 2007 when he visited Chongqing, Tibet and Kashgar. During these visits the photographer turned his camera primarily on the less affluent parts of the population and on rural migrants. His expressive and emphatic black and white photography, that has been gathered in this monograph, offers an intriguing look at the reality of China as it was then, and now. The publication is introduced by an informative essay by Catherine Vuylsteke and includes an up-to-date biography of Wessing.
  9. Daido Hysteric no. 6 1994,by Daido Moriyama

    Daido Hysteric no. 6 1994

    Daido Moriyama
    Remarkable work in black and white - dark, grainy and ominous - certainly not a tourist's brochure view of Japan. Daido is among the most important of Japan's contemporary photographers.
  10. Das endlose Rad - Photographie in Indien,by Tim Besserer / Dieter Koeve

    Das endlose Rad - Photographie in Indien

    Tim Besserer / Dieter Koeve
    Over 150 b/w illustrations - images of Indians from all different castes by German photographer Tim Besserer (b.1951) and 15 Indian photographers
  11. Dorchester Days,by Eugene Richards

    Dorchester Days

    Eugene Richards
    This is Eugene Richards' 1972 photographic essay, a social document of his home town of Dorchester, Massachusets, previously only self-published. The book includes additional pictures and a text that speaks of racial tension, violence, poverty and crime, tackling such subjects as the Klu Klux Klan in a way that he did not feel able to at the time of the original publication.
  12. Fifth Avenue,by Fred Stein

    Fifth Avenue

    Fred Stein
    100 Photographs by Fred Stein of New York's Fifth Avenue in the 1940's. French edition with an introduction by J.A. Goris.
  13. Frankreich. Eine photographische und literarische Kristallisation,by Henri Cartier-Bresson / François Nourissier

    Frankreich. Eine photographische und literarische Kristallisation

    Henri Cartier-Bresson / François Nourissier
    Writer Nourissier and photographer Cartier-Bresson capture France as it was in 1970. Text in German.
  14. Grand bal du printemps,by Izis Bidermanas / Jacques Prévert

    Grand bal du printemps

    Izis Bidermanas / Jacques Prévert
    Photographs of Paris by Izis Bidermanas. nr. 9817 of 15300. 60 b&w heliogravures, and poems of Jacques Prévert.
  15. Hellsinki,by Eloi Gimeno


    Eloi Gimeno
    The dark side of Helsinki, photographed by Eloi Gimeno.

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