Rare artists' book with photo documentation of performance works of Marina Abramovic and Ulay performed on november 30 in 1976, 1977 and 1978.
Index of performances, films, video tapes, bibliography and biography.Texts in German and English.
First edition of Doisneau’s first book, featuring text by Blaise Cendrars with 130 black-and-white photogravures by Robert Doisneau.This is the edition with the jacket published by Pierre Seghers in Paris 1949 and includes the original photomontage dustjacket in a great condition.
A meditation on John Keats, Rome, pale men, beautiful women and pineapples by the photographer Alec Soth. This large oversized book is limited to 500 copies. English edition Text by Francesco Zanot, design Nicola Veccia Scavalli
Morad Bouchakour was one of the photographers invited by Foam (Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam) to give a picture of modern New York for a group exhibition in that city commemorating four centuries of connections between Manhattan and the Netherlands. Bouchakour, a sometime New York resident, pointed his camera at passers-by who did not stand out in the New York street scene. Communications agency Vandejong, which also works for Foam, then cast the resulting piece of photojournalism in the shape of a large fan-fold that the panel thought well suited to Bouchakour’s style of photography. It’s a pity this not particularly exclusive-looking ‘book’ has been brought out in a limited edition of only 500 copies. It deserves a wider audience.
The great pilgrimages of penance in EuropeDocumenting in impressive black and white photographs penitents at different sacred palces in Europe; with a preface by Abram de Swaan.First edition hardcover of only 10 copies! This is number 5. This book is signed and numbered by Marrie Bot.signed by author
Rare artists' book produced in conjunction with Internat. Performance Festival, April 1978.
Photo documentation of three performance works from the series Relation pieces: "Relation in Space," "Relation in Movement," and "Relation in Time."
Index of performances, films, video tapes, bibliography and biography. Also includes excerpts from a dialogue between Abramovic, Ulay and Heide Grundmann. Texts in German and English.
in memoriam of Sarah Venetia d'Avigdor-Goldsmid, born 15th April 1942 drowned at sea 18th september 1963.
Summer's lease hath all too short a date.
Privately published in 1965, designed and printed by Will Carter at the Rampant Lions Press.
First edition, signed by Diepraam and numbered 1/50 on the title-page, with an Introduction in parallel English and Dutch by Gerard van Westerloo. A personal selection of images of Surinam, Aruba, Curação etc. taken 1973-8 – on the eve of independence. ‘Seldom were the consequences of Dutch colonialism more penetratingly depicted’ (Dutch Eyes, p. 334)
First edition first printing (1996) nr. 974 of edition of 1000. This limited edition is housed in a custom-made wooden box. A small number of wooden boxes were made to accompany the first edition of the book. These were not for sale.
Hardback with green cloth. 21 colour photographs and 19 black double-page spreads. Postface by Henri Peretz; text by Jacqueline Hassink; notes by Raoul Bunschoten; design by Melle Hammer. See: Martin Parr, The Photobook, vol 2, page 278/279.
A collection of recently rediscovered pictures taken by Araki in the mid 1960s, several years before his Sentimental Journey debut in 1970. Matches the 5×7 size of the actual rough little prints while the content allows one to see the the very foundations of Araki’s future major themes coming to light. Limited edition of 1000 copies.
Limited edition of 50 hand-numbered copies, containing a colour c-print signed by Wallrafen in pen on verso, titled "Het Circus".
Text in Dutch and Spanish.