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Spring 2016
Spring 2016
Spring 2016
Contents
New Titles
Collector’s Editions
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Toiletpaper59
Backlist65
Photography66
Fashion & Lifestyle
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Contemporary Art76
Music
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Urban Art80
Architecture & Design81
Antiques & Collectibles
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Contacts86
Distributors88
New Titles
Photography
Joel Meyerowitz
Morandi’s Objects
In spring 2015, the photographer Joel Meyerowitz sat at a
work table in Giorgio Morandi’s Bologna home, in the exact
spot where the painter sat for over 40 years making his quiet,
sublime still lifes. Here Meyerowitz looked at, touched,
studied, and connected with the more than 250 objects that
Morandi painted. Using only the warm natural light in the
room, he photographed Morandi’s objects: vases, shells,
pigment-filled bottles, silk flowers, tins, funnels, watering cans.
In the photographs, each object sits on Morandi’s table, which
still bears the marks the painter drew to set the positions of
his subjects. In the background is the paper that the artist left
on the wall, now brittle and yellow with age. Meyerowitz’s
portraits of these dusty, aged objects are not only works of art
themselves, but they offer insight into the humble subjects that
Morandi transformed into his subtle and luminous paintings.
Text by Joel Meyerowitz, Maggie Barrett
25.4 x 32 cm | 10 x 12 ⅝ inches
116 pages, 65 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-453-6
$50 | £35
Joel Meyerowitz (born 1938) is a street photographer
and portrait and landscape photographer. The New York
native began photographing in color in 1962 and was an
early advocate of the use of color at a time when there was
significant resistance to the idea of color photography as
serious art. Many of his photographs are icons of modern
photography, and he is considered one of the most influential
modern photographers and representatives of the New Color
Photography of the 1960s and 70s. His work has appeared in
over 350 exhibitions around the world and is in the collections
of the Boston Museum of Fine Art, the Art Institute of
Chicago, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and many
other museums worldwide.
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Toiletpaper
Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari
Toiletpaper Volume II: Platinum Collection
In a hotly anticipated follow-up to the first Toiletpaper
anthology, Toiletpaper Volume II: Platinum Collection presents
a selection of the best images from the past five issues of
Toiletpaper magazine, the creative collaboration of Maurizio
Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari. The book also includes special
projects shot by Cattelan and Ferrari for such publications as
Purple, New York Magazine, Kenzine, Le Monde and Dazed &
Confused. Along with the outrageous and inventive images,
Toiletpaper Volume II contains an eclectic collection of texts,
ranging from Nikolai Gogol’s The Nose to an excerpt of a
California law regarding frog jumping to a list of inventors
killed by their own inventions. This is a limited edition
publication of 1,000 copies, each of which is accompanied
by a watch created by the Toiletpaper team.
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23.8 x 34.5 cm | 9 ½ x 13 ½ inches
240 pages, 200 color, hardbound
Limited to 1,000 copies
Includes Toiletpaper watch
ISBN 978-88-6208-445-1
$150 | £100
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MAN EATS QUEENSIZE WATERBED
By Stephen G. Bloom
The Medecine Hat News
October 30, 1981
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EW YORK—“They’re all nuts,”
said a man who has heard it all.
David Boehm is editor and publisher
of the North American edition of
the Guinness Book of World Records.
The most recent nut, Boehm says,
is a French man who ate a waterbed, piece
by piece, in an Amarillo, Texas, department
store this summer.
Michel Lotito, a Grenoble
stuntman who goes under the
name of Monsieur Mangetout
(“Mr. Eat-All,” in French), ate
a queen-sized waterbed by
taking it apart and filing down
the bedboards and cutting the
mattress into thin strips. His
act was a promotional gimmick
sponsored by a store called
Lifestyles Bedrooms, for which
he received $5,000.
Lotito’s waterbed feat will be
included in next year’s Guinness
Book, Boehm says. Lotito is listed
in this year’s volume for eating
a bicycle over a 15-day period
in 1977 by stewing the tires and
grinding down the frame.
“The chain was the tastiest part and the grease
made it slide down easier,” Lotito told a French
newspaper reporter after he finished.
But Lotito’s most extraordinary achievement is to
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take place soon in Tokyo: for $10,000, he intends
to eat a helicopter.
Boehm says he receives 10,000 calls and letters a
year, many of them from people who try to fool
their way into the book. “After 26 years in the
business, we get a sense of who’s for real and who’s
trying to pull the wool over our eyes.”
Take, for example, the 1980 pogo stick jumping
title of 120,715 times held by Jeff
Kane of Oak Lawn, III., in 16
hours, 12 minutes.
“To verify that record,” says
Boehm, “we called up local
disinterested people to check out
what happened. We also asked
the boy how many rubber tips
he went through while on the
pogo stick. Then by calling up
the manufacturer, we were able
to find out if the record was
possible.”
Boehm, a bespectacled man with
white hair and a bushy goatee,
works from a plush office on
the 26th floor of a Park Avenue
skyscraper with a panoramic
view of midtown Manhattan. He
had worked as a reporter for the New York Daily
News before setting up his publishing company
in 1955. Twenty-five years ago, he saw a booklet
of odd facts put out by the Guinness Brewery in
Dublin, Ireland, to settle barroom arguments.
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Contemporary Art
Carrie Mae Weems
Kitchen Table Series
Kitchen Table Series is the first publication dedicated solely to
this early and important body of work by the American artist
Carrie Mae Weems. The 20 photographs and 14 text panels
that make up Kitchen Table Series tell a story of one woman’s
life, as conducted in the intimate setting of her kitchen. The
kitchen, one of the primary spaces of domesticity and the
traditional domain of women, frames her story, revealing to
us her relationships—with lovers, children, friends—and
her own sense of self, in her varying projections of strength,
vulnerability, aloofness, tenderness, and solitude. As Weems
describes it, this work of art depicts “the battle around the
family . . . monogamy . . . and between the sexes.” Weems
herself is the protagonist of the series, though the woman she
depicts is an archetype. Kitchen Table Series seeks to reposition
and reimagine the possibility of women and the possibility
of people of color, and has to do with, in the artist’s words
“unrequited love.”
Text by Sarah Lewis and Adrienne Edwards
24.8 x 34.3 cm | 9 ¾ x 13 ½ inches
86 pages, 34 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-462-8
$50 | £35
Carrie Mae Weems (born 1953) is considered one of the
most influential contemporary American artists. In a
career spanning over 30 years, she has investigated family
relationships, cultural identity, sexism, class, political systems,
and the consequences of power. Weems’s complex body of
art employs photographs, text, fabric, audio, digital images,
installation, and video. Weems has received numerous awards,
grants, and fellowships, including the prestigious MacArthur
“Genius” grant. She is represented in public and private
collections around the world, including the Metropolitan
Museum of Art, New York; The Museum of Fine Arts,
Houston; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; and the
Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
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Fashion & Lifestyle
Nick Waplington
The Isaac Mizrahi Pictures:
New York City 1989–1993
From 1989 to 1993, New York fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi
granted the British photographer Nick Waplington rare
backstage access to photograph every detail of the designer’s
fitting sessions in the weeks before his twice-yearly fashion
shows. Combining Waplington’s gritty vérité style with
Mizrahi’s haute couture sensibilities, the resulting images offer
a candid glimpse into the world of fashion when supermodels
including Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, and Naomi
Campbell reigned supreme. At the same time, Waplington set
out to document the wildly creative nightlife of the 90s “club
kid” culture in New York, juxtaposing his images of uptown
style with downtown looks and taking pictures at some of
the city’s most infamous clubs, such as the Pyramid Club
and Save the Robots. Images from The Isaac Mizrahi Pictures
will be included in the exhibition Isaac Mizrahi: An Unruly
History, at the Jewish Museum in New York City from
March 18 to August 7, 2016.
25 x 28.4 cm | 9 ⅞ x 11 ¼ inches
168 pages, 119 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-451-2
$50 | £35
Nick Waplington (born 1965) has exhibited his work widely,
including at the Whitechapel Gallery, London, and the
Philadelphia Museum of Art. In 2011, he published Alexander
McQueen: Working Process (Damiani). His work is held in
collections of the Guggenheim Museum, New York; the
Museum of Modern Art, New York; and the Victoria and Albert
Museum, London. Waplington lives in London and New York.
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Photography
Michel Comte
Michel Comte and MILK:
A Collaboration 1996–2016
For over 35 years, Michel Comte has been one of the leading
figures in fashion photography, rising to the apex of the fashion
and editorial worlds and shooting for Italian Vogue, American
Vogue, and Vanity Fair, among others. From 2006 to the present,
Comte has worked almost exclusively with MILK Studios on
photography and film projects that transcend the limitations
of traditional fashion photography, utilizing fashion, portraiture,
reportage, and now motion pictures in his repertoire. Michel
Comte and MILK: A Collaboration 1996–2016 brings together
never-before-seen imagery and film stills from Comte’s archives
in what is a visual celebration of one of today’s great creative
minds. Designed by renowned creative director Mike Meiré,
Michel Comte and MILK will be released to coincide with the
twentieth anniversary of MILK Studios’s founding.
Interview by Bobby Woods
24.1 x 34 cm | 9 ½ x 13 ⅜ inches
336 pages, 265 color, clothbound with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-446-8
$75 | £50
Michel Comte was born 1954 in Zurich. Trained as an art
restorer, Comte is a self-taught photographer. He was hired
by Karl Lagerfeld in 1979 to shoot advertisements for the
fashion house Chloé and soon after became one of the
most sought-after fashion and magazine photographers in
the world. In addition to portrait and fashion photography,
Comte has also increasingly moved towards photo-reportage
and documentary. He has traveled on assignment for the
international Red Cross and his own Michel Comte Water
Foundation in war zones and unstable areas including Iraq,
Afghanistan, Bosnia, Sudan, and Cambodia.
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Architecture & Design
Stewart Grimshaw
The Loveliest Valley: A Garden in Sussex
Text by Stewart Grimshaw, Christopher Gibbs,
Mary Keen, Julian and Isabel Bannerman, William Pye,
and Tessa Traeger
30 x 25 cm | 11 ¾ x 9 ⅞ inches
240 pages, 265 color, hardbound with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-441-3
$65 | £40
Woolbeding House lies in the valley of the River Rother in
West Sussex, an unchanging English landscape. Time had
appeared to stand still when, in 1972, Simon Sainsbury and
Stewart Grimshaw leased the house and gardens from The
National Trust. For over four decades, they worked with a
talented team of architects, designers, and contractors to
create a masterpiece of twentieth-century garden design,
a Sussex Arcadia. In The Loveliest Valley, Grimshaw recalls
catching intriguing glimpses of the house on visits to
Sussex, the serendipitous nature of their purchase, and the
painstaking process of breathing new life into both house
and garden. Photographer Tessa Traeger has captured images
of Woolbeding in every type of English weather, extreme
and benign, from dawn to dusk. Her photographs record in
sumptuous detail Woolbeding’s beguiling seasonal moods:
from the summer firework colors of the “hot borders” to mistcurled lakes and frosted lawns. The story of Woolbeding and
its renaissance is told in accompanying texts by Christopher
Gibbs on its history, garden designers Mary Keen and Julian
and Isabel Bannerman on the formal gardens and the Long
Walk, sculptor William Pye on his Cedra water sculpture, and
Traeger on her record of the gardens. The Loveliest Valley is
a testament to how a beautiful garden can be created in the
modern age, linking the great English gardening tradition
with fresh ideas and experimentation.
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Photography
Dan Martensen
Wolves Likes Us: Portraits of the
Angulo Brothers
In 2010, photographer Dan Martensen was introduced to
the Angulo brothers by filmmaker Crystal Moselle, who had
just begun work on her hit documentary The Wolfpack. The
film chronicles the lives of six home-schooled boys who
gained most of their knowledge of the outside world from
the movies they watched at home. Confined to their fourbedroom apartment in New York City’s Lower East Side for
14 years, the siblings recreated cult-classic films, fashioning
props as well as costumes from the contents of their
apartment. Moselle’s unflinching portrayal documents the
power of imagination to overcome the realities of a troubled
upbringing. Martensen photographed the boys, capturing
the cinema-inspired world they had created, while also
documenting their first forays into the outside world. Taken
between 2010 and 2015, the collection of intimate portraits
and still lifes that comprise Wolves Like Us adds yet another
layer to the captivating story of the Angulo brothers and is a
bold testament to the enduring spirit of creativity.
Text by Crystal Moselle, Joseph Akel
21.6 x 28 cm | 8 ½ x 11 inches
160 pages, 168 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-443-7
$35 | £24
Dan Martensen was born and raised in Pleasantville, New
York, and studied photography at the Rhode Island School
of Design. His previous publications include Photographs
from the American Southwest (Damiani, 2012). Martensen’s
photographs evoke a tradition that taps into the vernacular
while embracing the uncanny, sharing an artistic lineage with
the likes of William Eggleston, Joel Sternfeld, and Stephen
Shore. Martensen is a regular contributor to magazines
including Elle, GQ, i-D, Interview, Teen Vogue, Telegraph
Fashion, VMAN, and American Vogue.
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Photography
Rania Matar
L’Enfant-Femme
In today’s world of endless photographing, tagging, and
posting images online, what is a preteen girl’s relationship to
the camera? Upending assumptions of contemporary digital
image-making practices, photographer Rania Matar reframes
these young women through her poignant portraits of them,
revealing in L’Enfant-Femme how girls between the ages of
8 and 12 interact with the camera and in so doing depicts
them in deeply personal and poetic ways. Addressing themes
of representation, voyeurism, and transgression, Matar’s
images remind us of the fragility of youth while also gesturing
towards its unbridled curiosity and joy. Candidly capturing
her subjects at a critical juncture in the early stages of
adolescence, Matar’s images convey the confluence of angst,
sexuality, and personhood that defines the progression from
childhood into adulthood.
Introduction by Her Majesty Queen Noor. Text by
Lois Lowry, Kristen Gresh
24.1 x 31.7 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
152 pages, 97 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-450-5
$50 | £35
Born and raised in Lebanon, Rania Matar moved to the U.S.
in 1984. Originally trained as an architect, she currently works
full time on photography and teaches at the Massachusetts
College of Art and Design. Matar’s work has been widely
published and has been exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts,
Boston; the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh; the Institute
of Contemporary Art, Boston; Howard Greenberg Gallery,
New York; Galerie Janine Rubeiz, Beirut; Lehmbruck Museum,
Duisburg, Germany; Sharjah Art Museum, U.A.E.; among
others. Her work is in the permanent collections of several
museums, institutions, and private collections worldwide.
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Photography
Cheryl Dunn
Festivals Are Good
In association with Standard Press
29.2 x 19 cm | 11 ½ x 7 ½ inches
128 pages, 80 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-466-6
$40 | £25
Dancing to your favorite band in a sea of 100,000 people
under the stars or beneath the clouds, on the grass or in the
mud, is an experience like no other. This is freedom: freedom
to be moved by the energy of a mass gathering, freedom to
dance without restraint, freedom to surrender yourself to the
moment and go where that takes you. They are happenings
that mark your life. Anyone at the first Woodstock festival
has surely talked about it ever since. Cheryl Dunn has been
shooting music festivals for over 20 years. She shoots from
the pit or from the first row for the biggest rock stars in the
world, but she is also a fan. These photographs celebrate
what she has seen, who she has danced with, and who she
made pictures with: kids crammed front and center who saved
their money for a year to be there, older people sitting on
tricked-out lawn chairs whose friends think they are crazy for
still going, cross sections of nerds, jocks, babes, stoners, and
outcasts letting it all hang out in unabashed glory, all sharing a
common love of music. Festivals Are Good reveals the collective
transcendence that can emerge when music lovers share
common and powerful moments.
Cheryl Dunn is a documentary filmmaker and street
photographer based in New York City. Her photographs and
films have been exhibited in various galleries and museums
including Deitch Projects, New York; Tate Modern, London;
and the Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles. Her
films have been shown at numerous film festivals including
Tribeca, Hotdocs, Edinburgh, Rotterdam, and Los Angeles.
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Photography
Christine Osinski
Summer Days Staten Island
Interview by A. H. Data. Text by Paul Moakley
30.5 x 24.1 cm | 12 x 9 ½ inches
96 pages, 51 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-448-2
$40 | £25
Taken in the “forgotten borough” of Staten Island between
1983 and 1984, the photographs in Christine Osinski’s Summer
Days Staten Island create a portrait of working class culture in
an often overlooked section of New York City. Captured on
Osinski’s large format 4 x 5 camera as she wandered the island,
her candid portraits of strangers, vernacular architecture, and
quotidian scenes reveal an invisible landscape within reach
of the thriving metropolis of Manhattan. The neighborhoods
that Osinski captured are devoid of the skyscrapers, swarms
of pedestrians, and choking masses of traffic that are a short
ferry ride away. Instead, she photographed kids riding bikes
on open, empty streets, suburban homes with neatly tended
yards, and the small-town feel of New York’s least populous
borough. Accompanying the series of images is an essay by
Paul Moakley, Time magazine’s deputy director of photography
and visual enterprise.
Christine Osinski’s photographs are in the collections of
the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Museum of Fine
Arts, Houston; La Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris; Portland
Art Museum, Oregon; and the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard
University among others. She has exhibited her work
internationally and is represented by the Sasha Wolf Gallery
in New York City.
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Photography
Chris Craymer
From the Heart
While developing the concept for his latest book, From the
Heart, photographer Chris Craymer settled upon the idea
of not only taking photographs of his subjects, but also
interviewing them, to create holistic portraits of each one.
Known internationally for his fashion and lifestyle photography,
Craymer had never before played the role of interviewer. The
results were surprising. For the photographer, “the ritual and
vulnerability of having one’s portrait created forges a trust
between photographer and subject . . . which then allowed for
the interviews to be meaningful.” The resulting portraits, made
of both images and words, are unique and intimate, and the
reader can sense Craymer’s personal connection with each
of his chosen subjects.
24.1 x 30.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 inches
192 pages, 48 color, 87 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-452-9
$50 | £35
Chris Craymer, a native Londoner, is a photographer and
director. With a sharp eye for authenticity, he captures moments
that are grounded in reality and infused with spontaneous
charm and energy. He focuses on relationships—between his
subjects themselves and between him and his subjects, and
seeks to capture our collective human spirit: unbound curiosity,
passionate dedication, how we love each other, and the way we
connect with our world. He has exhibited his work in London,
Paris, New York, and Hong Kong.
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Photography
Stephan Würth
Ikinga
Text by Joseph Akel
24.1 x 24.1 cm | 9 ½ x 9 ½ inches
72 pages, 31 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-444-4
$45 | £30
In late 2013, photographer Stephan Würth embarked on a
whirlwind, two-day road trip, winding his way across Burundi,
a small landlocked nation in the heart of East Africa. Snapping
images on a hidden iPhone during his journey, Würth portrays
everyday life in the impoverished country, from the bustling
open-air markets of its capital, Bujumbura, to the plantations
of sweet banana and coffee deep in the country’s foothills.
The photographs highlight the integral role the bicycle—or
ikinga—plays in Burundi’s culture. With a candid eye that
recalls Walker Evans’ surreptitious subway shots of New
York in the 1930s, Würth’s photographs reveal a lively,
resourceful, and entrenched bicycle culture that is vital not
only to Burundi’s economy, but also to the daily survival of
its countrymen. At times playful and intimate, Ikinga is a bold
meditation upon the power of creativity and improvisation
during times of great difficulty.
Stephan Würth was born in Germany and grew up in Munich,
Texas, and California. He discovered photography at age 14
during a family vacation in Spain, taking pictures of sunbathing women on the Costa del Sol. His work has been
featured in international editions of Vogue, the New York
Times, Porter, GQ, Playboy, Esquire, Galore, Treats! Magazine
and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue, among others. In 2011,
Damiani published his first book, Ghost Town. Würth lives in
New York City.
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Photography
Kristin Capp
Brasil
Text by Paulo Venancio Filho, Sergio Alcides
22.5 x 22.5 cm | 8 ⅞ x 8 ⅞ inches
120 pages, 98 b&w, hardbound
English & Portuguese
ISBN 978-88-6208-455-0
$40 | £25
Brasil is a photographic exploration of culture, landscape,
and light by the photographer Kristin Capp. Shooting in
black-and-white film with a Rolleiflex camera, Capp turns
her lens on urban Brazilian landscapes with an encompassing
curiosity that resists classification. The eight years of work
presented here reveals a highly personal, fluid, syncopated,
and complex Brazil. Avoiding heroic or ideological tropes,
Capp captures the complexity of the sprawling and diverse
country with images that range from portraits to candid urban
scenes to pure abstraction. In Rio de Janeiro, Capp is drawn to
the relationship between the natural shapes of the landscape
and the city’s constructed forms; in Bahia, we are immersed
in the culture that represents the largest African diaspora in
the world; and in São Paulo, she simultaneously captures the
dreams, contradictions, and values of its people as well as its
public spaces and physical structures. Brazilian landscapes,
architecture, and ways of life are present in the photos, but
in an informal intimacy that undresses these themes. Brasil
features an essay by noted Brazilian art critic Paulo Venancio
Filho and a collaborative poem by Sergio Alcides.
Kristin Capp is an American photographer based in Namibia.
From 1994 to 2010 she lived in New York City, where she
studied photography. Capp is the recipient of numerous awards,
including a Fulbright Fellowship in Namibia in 2011–12. Her
work has been widely exhibited and is held in the permanent
collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, New
York; Kunsthaus Zurich; International Center for Photography,
New York; La Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris; and the
Brooklyn Museum, among others.
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Photography
Erica Simone
Nue York: Self-Portraits of a Bare
Urban Citizen
NUE YORK
ERICA SIMONE
30.5 x 24.7 cm | 12 x 9 ¾ inches
88 pages, 48 color, hardbound
English & French
ISBN 978-88-6208-464-2
$40 | £25
Questioning how we express ourselves with clothing
and fashion in modern society, Erica Simone photographs
surprising self-portraits as she goes about everyday life
entirely in the nude on the busy streets of New York City.
We see Simone riding the subway, walking the streets of
Chinatown, and grabbing a slice of pizza, all while wearing
nothing but shoes. Simone’s energy and vulnerability take
her to neighborhoods all over the Big Apple and into the
everyday lives of its citizens. The scenes she captures stir
up humor and wit as she bares all in the quest to remove
traditional stigmas of the naked human body. Nue York:
Self-Portraits of a Bare Urban Citizen is a colorfully daring
collection of photographs in which the artist promotes
being comfortable in one’s own skin.
Erica Simone was born in 1985 in Knoxville, Tennessee,
and grew up in Los Angeles. She spent her formative years
in Paris, surrounded by fine art photography, which led to
her own passion in taking photos. Simone travels the globe
capturing portraits and experimenting with the photographic
arts. Her award-winning images have been published in
National Geographic, New York Magazine, Cosmopolitan, New
York Daily News, Le Parisien, and many other publications.
Her work has been exhibited internationally in solo shows,
group shows, and festivals.
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Photography
Klaus Mitteldorf
Next
For over 35 years, Brazilian photographer Klaus Mitteldorf has
been at the forefront of fashion and fine art photography, noted
for a visual aesthetic that combines reinvention with a relentless
curiosity for the limitations of the medium. Whether in his
early photographs from the 1970s documenting the surf culture
of São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, or his later editorial work
for publications such as Vogue Brasil, Mittledorf’s images are
celebrations of light and the human form. With Next, the artist
once again pushes the boundaries of photography, eschewing
traditional forms while radically recasting everyday urban
scenes into vibrant, graphically layered images that recall the
pioneering works of László Moholy-Nagy and Man Ray.
Text by Joseph Akel
25 x 30.5 cm | 9 ⅞ x 12 inches
96 pages, 60 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-456-7
$50 | £35
Born in São Paulo in 1953, Klaus Mitteldorf began experimenting
with photography when he was 12 years old, after his father
gave him his first camera, a Yashica Mimi. In 1974, he began
documenting surfers on the beaches in São Paulo and Rio de
Janeiro. His photographic work has been published in magazines
such as Vogue, Elle, Playboy, Photo France, Zoom France, Graphis
New York, and many other art and photography magazines.
Mitteldorf has published ten books and his work has been
exhibited internationally. He lives and works in São Paulo.
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Photography
Julien Levy
Every Day Is Doomsday
28 x 19 cm | 11 x 7 ½ inches
144 pages, 110 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-442-0
$50 | £35
For Every Day Is Doomsday, artist Julien Levy sought to
portray everything one would “need to know about love,
loss, anger, and absence.” “It is,” in his own words, “the story
of a recovery, a study in decadence, an essay on freedom.”
Developing a narrative through the incorporation of multiple
original texts, as well as over 100 photographs made on
damaged, burnt film, Levy’s series takes the form of a threeyear-long diary, spanning locations including Tokyo, Seoul,
New York, and Paris. The delicate, washed-out colors and
visible defects in the film give Levy’s photos a dreamlike
quality. Levy’s enigmatic, poetic images and meditative texts
offer rumination upon life in a uniquely intimate format.
Artist, writer, and director Julien Levy studied in France and
began his career as a musician in the radical punk-hardcore
scene. While touring he became engaged in photography,
film, and writing. His work has been shown at the Centre
Pompidou, Paris; Acte2 Galerie, Paris; Kyoto Museum; Quai
Branly Museum, Paris; Chanel Nexus Hall, Tokyo; and Garis
& Hahn, New York. His films have been screened in theaters
including David Lynch’s Silencio, Paris; Cine 13, Paris; Tribeca
Cinema, New York; and Galeries Cinema, Brussels. He lives in
New York City.
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Photography
Joan Liftin
Marseille
Marseille is a love letter from an American to France’s oldest
and second-largest city. Joan Liftin’s photographs of Marseille,
one of Europe’s most ethnically diverse cities, show us a place
where much of life still unfolds on the street. The city’s spirit
and raffish glamour reside in its people rather than in its
monuments, and Liftin captures day and nighttime encounters,
moments of quiet beauty, allusions to corrosive crime and
poverty, and the diverse heartbeat of this soulful Mediterranean
port city. Her photographs offer us an honest, intimate vision
of Marseille, at once timeless and passionately alive.
30.5 x 23.5 cm | 12 x 9 ¼ inches
112 pages, 64 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-449-9
$50 | £35
Joan Liftin’s photographs have appeared in the New York Times
Magazine, Der Spiegel, Aperture, and Creative Photography. Her
work is included in the collections of the Philadelphia Museum
of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, Princeton University,
and the Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, among others.
She has had solo exhibitions in New York City, Los Angeles,
and Oaxaca, Mexico.
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Photography
Stephanie Berger
Merce Cunningham: Beyond the
Perfect Stage
Text by Nancy Dalva
22.8 x 22.8 cm | 9 x 9 inches
96 pages, 100 color, hardbound with slipcase
ISBN 978-88-6208-465-9
$50 | £35
Merce Cunningham changed the way people dance and the
way people see dancing in the same way that Picasso and the
Cubists changed the way people painted and the way people
see painting. He took dance apart and put it back together
again, leaving out all but the most essential. In Beyond the Perfect
Stage, Stephanie Berger captures the Merce Cunningham Dance
Company performing in a series of site-specific “Events” from
2008 to 2011 from a multiplicity of perspectives, creating a
photographic choreography that combines the “Events” in a new
way. The Cunningham dancers warm up and then perform in
various situations—as Cunningham called the galleries and the
especially constructed stages for each “Event”—environments
that include Richard Serra’s steel sculptures, Dan Flavin's
neon light installations, Sol LeWitt’s minimalist white boxes,
and Imi Knoebel's color-shaped paintings. Berger captures
Cunningham’s evanescent art, constructing a new experience
while at the same time preserving the original, thus operating
very much within the aesthetic framework Cunningham himself
proposed. Vivid, immediate, unmediated yet curated, her
photographic “Event” contextualizes the dances in a personal
but entirely available form.
Stephanie Berger has been photographing performance and
cultural events for over 25 years for major New York City
institutions such as Lincoln Center, the Brooklyn Academy of
Music, Carnegie Hall, Park Avenue Armory, the Metropolitan
Museum of Art, the Baryshnikov Arts Center, and The Kitchen.
Her photographs have appeared in a wide range of publications,
including the New York Times, international journals, and book
projects. She has exhibited collections of her photographs in
galleries and public art spaces including solo exhibitions at
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln
Center, The New York State Theater Gallery, and The Walter
Reade Gallery at the Film Society in New York.
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Photography
Mariam Amurvelashvili
Endless Questions
For Georgian photographer Mariam Amurvelashvili, a camera
is the means of self-expression. She considers her camera
to be an inseparable part of her body and mind, capable of
constructing a chronology and accommodating everything
of significance to her in one frame. Endless Questions is not
only a story about children, narrated by a mother with love.
In 70 photos, Amurvelashvili gives us an intimate look at
the world of brother and sister. Composed portraits of the
children are accompanied by candid photos of them in the
Giorgian landscape. Drawings by Amurvelashvili’s daughter
are interspersed among the photographs, giving the book the
feeling of a family album.
22.2 x 22.2 cm | 8 ¾ x 8 ¾ inches
112 pages, 70 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-447-5
$35 | £24
Mariam Amurvelashvili is a freelance photographer
and member of the online platform and collective
Georgianphotographers.com. Her work has been exhibited
in Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany,
Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Switzerland. Her photographs
have also been selected for the 2010 Angkor Photo Festival,
Siem Reap, Cambodia; the Tbilisi Photo Festival; the 2011
Chobi Mela Festival, Dhaka; the 2012 Aleppo International
Photo Festival; and les Rencontres d’Arles, Arles, France.
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Collector’s Editions
Edition of 300 signed and numbered books
Text by Jonathan Safran Foer
26.6 x 35.5 cm | 10 ½ x 14 inches
140 pages, 65 b&w, clothbound with aluminum slipcase
Release date: fall 2014
ISBN 978-88-6208-384-3
$750 | £500
Hiroshi Sugimoto
The Long Never
Joel Meyerowitz
Morandi’s Objects
The Long Never is a unique collector’s edition book containing
65 artworks by Hiroshi Sugimoto. Composed of photographs
from five series—Meteorites, Dioramas, Pre-Photographic
Time Recording Devices, Lightning Fields, and Seascapes—the
sequence of images conjures a natural history of the planet,
perhaps even one untouched by humans. The black-and-white
photographs are hand-tipped onto the pages of the book,
which is wrapped in silk cloth. Celebrated author Jonathan
Safran Foer has written an original story. Foer’s text sits on the
page underneath each artwork, so the reader must lift up each
photograph in order to read the story.
For this limited edition of Morandi’s Objects (see p. 7), Joel
Meyerowitz has printed an edition of 25 of the photograph
The Last Object.
The Long Never is limited to an edition of 360 copies. Three
hundred copies of the edition, signed and numbered by
Sugimoto, are available with a custom-made brushed
aluminum slipcase.
New for spring 2016
Edition of 25 signed and numbered prints
The Last Object, 2015
Archival digital print
Image size: 22.8 x 28 cm | 9 x 11 inches
Sheet size: 25.4 x 30.5 cm | 10 x 12 inches
Text by Joel Meyerowitz, Maggie Barrett
25.4 x 32 cm | 10 x 12 ⅝ inches
116 pages, 65 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-458-1
$1,000 | £750
David Leventi
Opera
An exclusive edition of 50 copies of The Long Never includes
one signed and numbered copy of the book and one of two
silver gelatin prints by Sugimoto, Lightning Fields 289 or
Lightning Fields 304. Each artwork, which the artist produced
for this edition only, was printed in an edition of 25 with 5
artist’s proofs. Each numbered print is signed by Sugimoto.
The book and print are housed in a custom-made brushed
aluminum box.
Each an edition of 25 signed and numbered prints
Top: Lightning Fields 289, 2014
Bottom: Lightning Fields 304, 2014
Gelatin silver prints
Image size: 25.5 x 32 cm | 10 x 12 ⅝ inches
Sheet size: 27.5 x 34.2 cm | 10 ⅞ x 13 ½ inches
ISBN 978-88-6208-460-4
$11,000 | £7,200
New for spring 2016
Edition of 15 signed and numbered prints
Palais Garnier, 2009
C-print
Image size: 35.6 x 28.2 cm | 14 x 11 inches
Sheet size: 38.1 x 30.5 cm | 15 x 12 inches
Photographing the interiors of some of the most storied and
illustrious opera houses around the world, David Leventi
has constructed an arresting, visually rich survey of grand
architecture. Opera brings together in one publication images
from over 40 opera houses, spanning four continents and
over 400 years of history, and includes a foreword by Plácido
Domingo. Taken over an eight-year period and shot on a large
format camera, the images demonstrate Leventi’s meticulous
approach to his subject, revealing these temples of music in all
their wealth of architectural detail and design. The collector’s
edition of Opera includes a color print of Palais Garnier, 2009.
Text by Plácido Domingo, Marvin Heiferman,
Thomas Mellins
33.8 x 28 cm | 13 ¼ x 11 inches
120 pages, 40 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-440-6
$700 | £490
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New for spring 2016
Edition of 30 signed and numbered prints
The Deck at La Piscine Deligny, 1975
C-print
Image size: 30. 5 x 22.8 cm | 12 x 9 inches
Sheet size: 35.5 x 28 cm | 14 x 11 inches
Peter Schlesinger
A Photographic Memory 1968–1989
Dan Martensen
Wolves Likes Us: Portraits of the
Angulo Brothers
The photographs of artist Peter Schlesinger are a visual diary
of an extraordinary life that has intersected with some of the
brightest names in the worlds of art, fashion, and society.
Schlesinger’s remarkable journey began in 1966 when, as an
18-year-old student at UCLA, he met the artist David Hockney.
The couple moved to London, where Schlesinger met and
photographed luminaries including Cecil Beaton, Paloma
Picasso, and Manolo Blahnik. This monograph presents the
full range of Schlesinger’s photographic work. The collector’s
edition includes a signed and numbered color print.
For this collector’s edition of Wolves Like Us (see p. 19), Dan
Martensen has printed an edition of 25 of one of his striking
photographs of the Angulo brothers.
Text by Peter Schlesinger, Hilton Als
24.8 x 28.6 | 9 ¾ x 11 ¼ inches
176 pages, 150 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-459-8
$500 | £300
New for Spring 2016
Edition of 25 signed and numbered prints
Feet I, 2014
C-print
Image size: 20. 5 x 26.5 cm | 8 ⅛ x 10 ⅜ inches
Sheet size: 21.6 x 28 cm | 8 ½ x 11 inches
Text by Marie-Agnès Gillot
21.5 x 28.7 cm | 8 ½ x 11 ¼ inches
68 pages, 40 b&w, hardbound
$450 | £290
ISBN 978-88-6208-467-3
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New for spring 2016
Edition of 25 signed and numbered prints
Mukunda as Death in the Graveyard, 2015
C-print
Image size: 20.5 x 26.5 cm | 8 x 10 ½ inches
Sheet size: 21.6 x 28 cm | 8 ½ x 11 inches
Text by Crystal Moselle, Joseph Akel
21.6 x 28 cm | 8 ½ x 11 inches
160 pages, 168 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-461-1
$300 | £200
Matthew Brookes
Les Danseurs
Matthew Brandt
Lakes & Reservoirs
Matthew Brookes’s style of photography leans toward the
natural, raw emotion of his subjects. In his first book, Brookes
has turned his lens toward the professional male ballet
dancers of Paris. For a year in the life of these dancers, he
took them out of their regular environment of rehearsals and
performances and photographed them in a raw space, where
they were allowed to explore the physicality of dance in its
essential form. Brookes’s stunning series of portraits depicts
the pure physicality of the male dancer. This collector’s edition
includes a signed and numbered black-and-white print.
For his series Lakes & Reservoirs, Matthew Brandt photographed
lakes and reservoirs in the western United States and then
submerged each print in water collected from the subject of the
photograph. Prints are soaked for days, weeks, or even months,
and this process influences the layers of color that comprise
the image. The resulting photographs range from mostly
representational to completely abstract. This series considers
the current condition not only of our lakes and reservoirs, but
also of traditional color photography. This edition of Lakes &
Reservoirs is limited to 17 copies and includes the book and a
unique matted print numbered and signed by the artist. Each of
the 17 prints in the Lakes & Reservoirs series is titled Container,
plus its unique number. The prints comprising this collector’s
edition are not reproduced in the book.
Edition of 17 unique signed
and numbered prints, matted
Container, 2014
C-print
Image size: 28.4 x 35.4 cm | 11 x 14 inches
Sheet size: 37 x 44.5 cm | 14 x 17 ½ inches
35 x 28 cm | 13 ¾ x 11 inches
176 pages, 120 color, hardbound
Release date: fall 2014
ISBN 978-88-6208-375-1
$3,000 | £2,000
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Edition of 20 signed and numbered prints
Delight, 1978
Gelatin silver print
Image size: 25.4 x 33 cm | 10 x 13 inches
Sheet size: 27.9 x 33.5 cm | 11 x 14 inches
Joseph Szabo
Rolling Stones Fans
Andrew Moore
Detroit Disassembled
On June 17th, 1978, Joe Szabo accompanied two of his high
school students to a Rolling Stones concert. The kids needed
the ride from Philadelphia to JFK Stadium in Long Island, New
York, and Szabo thought he would be able to take some good
photographs. Thirty-five years after the event, Szabo selected
the best shots from that day when 90,000 fans gathered to hear
the Stones and presents them here in Rolling Stones Fans. This
collector’s edition is limited to 20 copies and includes a signed
and numbered print, Delight.
For Andrew Moore, the wonder of Detroit’s transformation is
its demonstration of nature’s power to devour, and, through
destruction, to renew. He has remarked, “One could say that
Detroit has become America’s version of an open city. It’s been
left undefended against an onslaught of scrappers, vandals, and
the forces of nature. It’s a city of hundreds, if not thousands, of
empty homes, apartment buildings, factories, libraries, hospitals,
schools, and churches. All are abandoned and most are
unguarded, barely salvageable, and slated for demolition that
gets delayed year after year.” His depiction of Detroit questions
what the changing, precarious future of America holds.
24.5 x 22.5 cm | 9 ¾ x 9 inches
104 pages, 100 b&w, hardbound
Release date: fall 2014
ISBN 978-88-6208-435-2
$650 | £450
Andrew Moore
Cuba
Edition of 50 signed and numbered prints
Casa de Verano, El Vedado, 1999
Archival inkjet print
Image size: 28.5 x 36 cm | 11 ¼ x 14 ⅛ inches
Sheet size: 30 x 38 cm | 11 ¾ x 15 inches
Cuba offers a series of poignant interiors that display the
changing fortunes of the country over its 500-year history,
with portraits and landscapes that hint at the changes coming
to this island nation. Originally published as Inside Havana in
2002 to wide acclaim, this new version expands that book with
finer and larger reproductions, older photographs never before
seen or published, as well as new work made specifically for
this edition. This collector’s edition includes a signed and
numbered photograph and is housed in a slipcase.
Text by Joel Smith, Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo
40 x 30 cm | 15 ¾ x 11 ¾ inches
128 pages, 68 color, hardbound with slipcase
Release date: fall 2012
ISBN 978-88-6208-258-7
$750 | £500
Also available
Edition of 300 signed and numbered books
ISBN 978-88-6208-236-5
$150 | £100
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Edition of 50 signed and numbered prints
Waiting Room with Snowdrift, 2008
Archival C-print
Image size: 28 x 35.5 cm | 11 x 14 inches
Sheet size: 30.5 x 38 cm | 12 x 15 inches
Text by Andrew Moore, Philip Levine
34.5 x 27 cm | 13 ½ x 10 ½ inches
128 pages, 70 color, hardbound with jacket and slipcase
Release date: fall 2010
ISBN 978-88-6208-140-5
$ 750 | £500
This collector’s edition of Detroit Disassembled includes the
book and one of the two prints at left, signed, numbered, and
titled on its verso. Moore printed these photographs in 2015
in an edition of 5 copies each.
Each an edition of 5 signed and numbered prints
Top: National Time, 2009
Bottom: The Rouge, 2008
Archival inkjet prints
Image size: 42.6 x 53.3 cm | 16 ¾ x 21 inches
Sheet size: 50.7 x 60.8 cm | 20 x 23 ⅝ inches
ISBN 978-88-6208-118-4RT (National Time)
ISBN 978-88-6208-118-4FR (The Rouge)
$4,000 | £2,700
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Edition of 50 signed and numbered prints
Marcel Duchamp and Eve Babitz, 1963
Silver gelatin print
Image size: 30.7 x 20.5 cm | 12 x 8 inches
Sheet size: 32 x 24.7 cm | 12 ⅝ x 9 ¾ inches
Edited by Brad Elterman
24.1 x 31.7 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
144 pages, 150 b&w, hardbound with slipcase
Release date: fall 2014
ISBN 978-88-6208-377-5
$700 | £420
Edition of 25 signed and numbered prints, matted
Maurizio Cattelan by Ari Marcopoulos, 2014
C-print
Image size: 27.6 x 41.2 cm | 10 ⅞ x 16 ½ inches
Sheet size: 30.5 x 45.6 cm | 12 x 18 inches
Edited by Maurizio Cattelan, Myriam Ben Salah,
Marta Papini
23 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
160 pages, 120 color, softcover
Release date: fall 2014
ISBN 978-88-6208-409-3
$500 | £350
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Julian Wasser
The Way We Were: The Photography
of Julian Wasser
Derek Ridgers
78–87 London Youth
This long-overdue monograph presents an astonishing
panorama of a bygone Los Angeles from photographer Julian
Wasser. The Way We Were is replete with iconic images such
as a 1968 shot of Joan Didion leaning against a Corvette
Stingray in Hollywood. But photographs of Jack Nicholson
and Angelica Huston at Nicholson’s Mulholland Drive
home, or the Fonda family lined up on the family sofa, paint
a picture of a very private Hollywood of the 1960s and 70s,
when privacy was possible and celebrity culture had not yet
completely consumed the country. This collector’s edition
includes a numbered and signed photograph and is issued
in a cloth slipcase. Wasser’s famous print captures Marcel
Duchamp playing chess with a naked Eve Babitz at his
seminal 1963 exhibition at the Pasadena Art Museum.
Taken in the streets, clubs, basements, and bars of London
between 1978 and 1987, this book brings together an incredible
series of images from the British photographer Derek Ridgers.
Since first picking up a camera in 1971, Ridgers has felt
compelled to record the characters that make up the social
scenes around him. These photographs bridge the extremities
of youth culture in the U.K., from punk through the birth of
acid house, and document the changing faces of fashion, music,
and culture through individuals and influential social scenes
in a time of DIY attitudes. This collector’s edition includes the
numbered and signed print Tuinol Barry, Kings Road.
Edition of 15 signed and numbered prints
Tuinol Barry, Kings Road, 1983
C-print
Image size: 28.5 x 36 cm | 11 ¼ x 14 ¼ inches
Sheet size: 36.6 x 44.3 cm | 14 ⅜ x 17 ½ inches
Text by John Maybury
21.5 x 31.5 cm | 8 ½ x 12 ⅜ inches
160 pages, 120 b&w, hardbound
Release date: fall 2014
ISBN 978-88-6208-405-5
$650 | £450
Ari Marcopoulos
Shit and Die: Maurizio Cattelan
Photographed by Ari Marcopoulos
Tom Bianchi
Fire Island Pines: Polaroids 1975–1983
Shit and Die: Maurizio Cattelan Photographed by Ari
Marcopoulos is a limited edition that includes a portrait of
Maurizio Cattelan by Ari Marcopoulos, the book Shit and
Die, and a zine by Marcopoulos. Shit and Die was published
to accompany an exhibition of the same name at Palazzo
Cavour in Turin, curated by Cattelan, Myriam Ben Salah,
and Marta Papini in 2014. Marcopoulos’s zine documents
the exhibition backstage.
Growing up in the 1950s, Tom Bianchi would head into
downtown Chicago and pick up 25-cent “physique” magazines
at newsstands. In one, he found a photograph of bodybuilder
Glenn Bishop on Fire Island. Years later, Bianchi began
traveling to New York and was invited to spend a weekend at
Fire Island Pines, where he encountered a community of gay
men. Using an SX-70 Polaroid camera, Bianchi documented his
friends’ lives in the Pines, amassing an image archive of people,
parties, and private moments. These photos, accompanied
by Bianchi’s moving memoir of the era, record the birth and
development of a new culture. Soaked in sun, sex, camaraderie,
and reverie, Fire Island Pines conjures a magical bygone era.
This collector’s edition of 67 numbered copies comes in
an orange cloth slipcase with a tipped-in cover image and
contains a signed and numbered giclée print.
Edition of 67 signed and numbered prints
Untitled, 250, 1978
Giclée print
Image size: 19.1 x 19.3 cm | 7 ½ x 7 ⅝ inches
Sheet size: 21.5 x 25.5 cm | 8 ½ x 10 inches
Edited by Ben Smales. Text by Edmund White,
Tom Bianchi
21.5 x 25.5 cm | 8 ½ x 10 inches
212 pages, 350 color, hardcover with jacket and slipcase
Release date: spring 2014
ISBN 978-88-6208-314-0
$750 | £500
Collector’s Editions
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Edition of 100 signed and numbered prints
Untitled, 2009
C-print
Image size: 15.8 x 23.4 cm | 6 ¼ x 9 ¼ inches
Sheet size: 23.8 x 29.4 cm | 9 ⅜ x 11 ½ inches
Edited by Alexander McQueen, Nick Waplington.
Text by Susannah Frankel
26.3 x 30.5 cm | 10 ⅜ x 12 inches
304 pages, 200 color, hardcover with jacket and slipcase
Release date: spring 2014
ISBN 978-88-6208-356-0
$1,500 | £990
Edition of 15 signed and numbered prints
Self Portrait with Nicholas, Becky, and Marshall, 2009
Inkjet pigment print
Image size: 35.5 x 28 cm | 14 x 11 inches
Sheet size: 38 x 30.5 cm | 15 x 12 inches
Text by Alain de Botton, Alison Nordström
28 x 24 cm | 11 x 9 ½ inches
112 pages, 50 color, hardbound
Release date: fall 2014
$650 | £450
ISBN 978-88-6208-406-2
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Nick Waplington
Alexander McQueen: Working Process
Richard Corman
Madonna NYC 83
In 2008, Alexander McQueen commissioned the photographer
Nick Waplington to document the creation of his Fall 2009
collection—all the way from inception to runway showing.
Unfortunately, this fall/winter collection was to be the last
that McQueen would stage before his untimely death. Every
step of the creative process is documented in fascinating
detail, and readers receive a rare insight into the inner
workings of McQueen’s creative process. Waplington was
given unprecedented access to McQueen and his staff,
including Sarah Burton, the current creative director. Most
notably, McQueen edited the sequence of photographs in the
book’s layout. This collector’s edition includes a signed and
numbered print and is housed in a linen slipcase.
Madonna NYC 83 celebrates a moment in early 1980s New
York that has been reappraised in recent years for its fecund
interactions and overlaps between the worlds of fashion, art,
and music. The vital, edgy restlessness in the city spawned
adventurous personal styles and music that merged rap, funk,
punk, and pop. Madonna represented this sensibility like no
one else, and she was determined to define a look for herself,
and to carve out a space in the public imagination. After her
countless subsequent incarnations over the past three decades,
it is extraordinary to revisit these early years. This collector’s
edition is housed in a silk slipcase and includes a signed and
numbered print, Cinderella.
Edition of 50 signed and numbered prints
Cinderella, 1983
Archival pigment print
Image size: 23.5 x 31.2 cm | 9 ¼ x 12 ¼ inches
Sheet size: 24.9 x 32.5 cm | 9 ¾ x 12 ¾ inches
24 x 31.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
96 pages, 80 color and b&w, clothbound with slipcase
Release date: spring 2014
ISBN 978-88-6208-346-1
$750 | £500
Jessica Todd Harper
The Home Stage
Xavier Guardans
Windows
The title of Jessica Todd Harper’s The Home Stage is a double
entendre that alludes to both the homebound lifestyle of
families with small children as well as to the idea that home
is the stage on which children first learn how to live. Her
nuanced treatment of her subjects and environs, coupled with
her elegant compositions, unique color palette, and theatrical
handling of light transforms each room and yard into stage
sets. No detail is left untouched by her eye. Private but
universal, she is genuine, tender, uninhibited, and humorous.
This collector’s edition includes the signed and numbered
print Self Portrait with Nicholas, Becky, and Marshall.
Windows is the debut volume of photographer Xavier
Guardans. The photographs in Windows were taken in 2006
while he was exploring the Kenyan bush. Guardans’ portraits
of Turkana, Samburu, Masai, Rendille, Gabra, and Pokot
people were shot through the window of his Toyota Land
Cruiser. His world is both dark and light, expressed elegantly
through black-and-white film. The balance in these images is
both solid and ephemeral. This collector’s edition is housed in
a slipcase and includes a signed and numbered print.
Edition of 25 signed and numbered prints
Nangorot. Turkana, Loiyangalani, 2006
Archival pigment print
Image size: 26.8 x 26.8 cm | 10 ½ x 10 ½ inches
Sheet size: 28 x 28 cm | 11 x 11 inches
Text by Christopher Harth, Amanda Schmitt
28 x 28 cm | 11 x 11 inches
80 pages, 25 b&w, clothbound with jacket and slipcase
Release date: fall 2014
ISBN 978-88-6208-350-8
$390 | £250
Collector’s Editions
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Edition of 100 signed and numbered prints
Instant Incognito, 2010
Archival pigment print
Image size: 21.8 x 16.3 cm | 8 ⅝ x 6 ⅜ inches
Sheet size: 24 x 18 cm | 9 ½ x 7 inches
Tierney Gearon
Alphabet Book
Ed Templeton
Deformer
This book by Tierney Gearon takes the form of a children’s
alphabet book. Each letter of the alphabet is illustrated with a
photograph by Gearon that animates the letter: A is “Airplane
Adventure,” B is “Bear Boy,” C becomes “Clown Car,” and so
on. At once an inventive photo book and an enchanting take
on the classic children’s alphabet book, this volume is Gearon’s
most charming and lighthearted work to date. This collector’s
edition includes a signed and numbered color print.
Eleven years in the making and compiling more than 30 years
worth of material, Ed Templeton’s Deformer is a multimedia
scrapbook of his upbringing in suburban Orange County,
California. Its photographs give a sun-drenched glimpse of
what it might be like to be young and alive in what Templeton
refers to as “the suburban domestic incubator.” Deformer
intertwines photographs, paintings, drawings, sketchbook
pages, disciplinary letters from his grandfather, and religious
notes from his mother into a magnificent narrative of teenage
isolation and social criticism. This collector’s edition includes
a signed and numbered photograph.
23.5 x 16.5 cm | 9 ¼ x 6 ½ inches
56 pages, 25 color, hardcover with jacket and slipcase
Release date: spring 2014
ISBN 978-88-6208-351-5
$490 | £330
Edition of 200 signed and numbered prints
Cross, 2004
C-print
Image size: 20.3 x 29 cm | 8 x 11 ⅜ inches
Sheet size: 20.3 x 29 cm | 8 x 11 ⅜ inches
24 x 29 cm | 9.5 x 11.5 inches
176 pages, 150 color, hardbound
Release date: fall 2008
ISBN 978-88-6208-060-6
$600 | £300
Klaus Mitteldorf
Work: Klaus Mitteldorf Photographs
1983–2013
Work: Klaus Mitteldorf Photographs 1983–2013 is a catalogue
raisonné of the work of Brazilian photographer Klaus
Mitteldorf from 1983 to 2013. Now primarily involved in
fashion photography, Mitteldorf began his career as a surf
photographer in Brazil in the 1970s. This collector’s edition
includes the numbered and signed photograph Tributo a Tarsila.
Edition of 10 signed and numbered prints
Tributo a Tarsila, 1997
Ultrachrome inkjet print
Print size: 45.1 x 30 cm | 17 ¾ x 11 ¾ inches
Sheet size: 48.9 x 33.8 cm | 19 ¼ x 13 ¼ inches
Text by Rubens Fernades Junior, Simonetta Persichetti,
Diogenes Moura
24 x 30 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ¾ inches
360 pages, 800 color and b&w, softcover
English & Portuguese
Release date: spring 2015
ISBN 978-88-6208-425-3
$600 | £450
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Toiletpaper
Toiletpaper
Toiletpaper is an artists’ magazine and book series
created by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo
Ferrari, born out of a shared obsession with
images. Each picture in a Toiletpaper publication
springs from an idea, often simple, but through a
complex orchestration of people it becomes the
materialization of the artists’ mental outbursts.
Toiletpaper creates a world that displays ambiguous
narratives and a troubled imagination. It combines
the vernacular of commercial photography with
twisted narrative tableaux and surrealistic imagery.
The resulting publications are themselves works
of art that, through the accessible and widely
distributed media of magazines and books, challenge
the limits of the contemporary art economy.
Maurizio Cattelan and
Pierpaolo Ferrari
Toiletpaper Volume II
22.9 x 30.5 cm | 9 x 12 inches
240 pages, 200 color, hardbound
$65 | £45
ISBN 978-88-6208-427-7
Maurizio Cattelan and
Pierpaolo Ferrari
Toiletpaper Magazine 7
22.5 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
40 pages, 20 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-280-8
$16 | £10
Maurizio Cattelan and
Pierpaolo Ferrari
Toiletpaper Volume I
(first edition, yellow cover)
Edited by Dennis Freedman
22.9 x 30.5 cm | 9 x 12 inches
232 pages, 150 color, hardback
ISBN 978-88-6208-210-5
$65 | £40
Maurizio Cattelan and
Pierpaolo Ferrari
Toiletpaper Magazine 8
22.5 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
40 pages, 20 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-286-0
$16 | £10
Maurizio Cattelan and
Pierpaolo Ferrari
Toiletpaper Volume I
(second edition, red cover)
Edited by Dennis Freedman
22.9 x 30.5 cm | 9 x 12 inches
232 pages, 150 color, hardback
ISBN 978-88-6208-210-5
$65 | £40
Maurizio Cattelan and
Pierpaolo Ferrari
Toiletpaper Magazine 9
22.5 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
40 pages, 20 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-294-5
$16 | £10
Maurizio Cattelan and
Pierpaolo Ferrari
Toiletpaper Diamond Collection
Limited edition of 1,000 copies
includes the book and a special
issue magazine
22.9 x 30.5 cm | 9 x 12 inches
Book: 256 pages, 150 color,
hardbound with jacket
Magazine: 40 pages. 20 color,
softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-347-8
$130 | £85
Maurizio Cattelan and
Pierpaolo Ferrari
Toiletpaper Magazine 10
22.5 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
40 pages, 20 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-339-3
$16 | £10
Maurizio Cattelan and
Pierpaolo Ferrari
Toiletpaper Magazine 12
22.5 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
40 pages, 20 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-428-4
$16 | £10
Maurizio Cattelan and
Pierpaolo Ferrari
Toiletpaper Magazine 11
22.5 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
40 pages, 20 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-394-2
$16 | £10
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Kenzine is a collaboration between Toiletpaper
magazine and the Parisian clothing label Kenzo.
Founder Kenzo Takada is known for his synthesis of
Japanese style with Parisian high fashion. The current
creative directors, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim,
embarked on the Kenzine project with Kenzo’s avantgarde aesthetic sense. Set in a graphic and futuristic
universe, the magazine conveys an optimistic utopia
with an element of surprise. The viewer witnesses at
once something instantly recognizable and familiar,
but upon closer reflection records an observation into
the unknown. The images in Kenzine contain subtle
visual tricks that become more powerful the longer
you are exposed to them.
Kenzo and Toiletpaper
Kenzine Vol. 1
22.5 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
40 pages, 20 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-343-0
$35 | £25
Kenzo and Toiletpaper
Kenzine Vol. 2
22.5 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
40 pages, 20 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-371-3
$35 | £25
Kenzo and Toiletpaper
Kenzine Vol. 3
22.5 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
40 pages, 20 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-385-0
$35 | £25
Kenzo and Toiletpaper
Kenzine Vol. 4
22.5 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
40 pages, 20 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-430-7
$35 | £25
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Photography
Mark Abrahams
Text by James Frey
24 x 31.4 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
304 pages, 150 b&w, clothbound
Rights world except Germany
ISBN 978-88-6208-138-2
$70 | £45
Matthew Brookes
Les Danseurs
Text by Marie-Agnès Gillot
21.5 x 28.7 cm | 8 ½ x 11 ¼ inches
68 pages, 40 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-433-8
$45 | £30
Mariana Cook
Stone Walls: Personal Boundaries
Text by Wendell Barry, Susan
Allport, Lucy Breathitt, Thomas
Cummins, Robert O. Paxton, et al
28 x 28 cm | 11 x 11 inches
192 pages, 82 b&w, hardbound
with sleeve
ISBN 978-88-6208-169-6
$50 | £35
Philip-Lorca diCorcia
Eleven
Edited by Dennis Freedman.
Interview by Jeff Rian
24.8 x 33 cm | 9 ½ x 13 inches
272 pages, 144 color, hardbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-167-2
$75 | £50
Marco Anelli
Portraits in the Presence of
Marina Abramović
Text by Marina Abramović,
Klaus Biesenbach, Chrissie Iles
22.6 x 22.6 cm | 8 ⅞ x 8 ⅞ inches
192 pages, 1,600 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-249-5
$40 | £25
James Casebere
Works 1975–2010
Edited and with text by Okwui
Enwezor. Text by Toni Morrison,
Hal Foster, Ford Morrison
29.8 x 29.8 cm | 11 ¾ x 11 ¾ inches
320 pages, 250 color, hardbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-186-3
$80 | £50
Richard Corman
Madonna NYC 83
24 x 31.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
96 pages, 80 color and b&w,
clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-288-4
$49.95 | £34
Sasha Eisenman
California Girls
24.2 x 30 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ¾ inches
240 pages, 200 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-366-9
$50 | £35
Tom Bianchi
Fire Island Pines: Polaroids
1975–1983
Edited by Ben Smales. Text by
Edmund White, Tom Bianchi
21.5 x 25.5 cm | 8 ½ x 10 inches
212 pages, 150 color, hardbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-270-9
$50 | £35
Gusmano Cesaretti
Fragments of Los Angeles,
1969–1989
In association with Alleged Press
Edited by Aaron Rose. Text by
Jeffrey Deitch, Michael Mann
24 x 30.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 inches
164 pages, 100 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-275-4
$50 | £35
Alessandro Cosmelli and
Gaia Light
Brooklyn Buzz
Text by Gavin Keeney, Jamie Wellford
16.8 x 23.8 cm | 6 ⅝ x 9 ⅜ inches
208 pages, 94 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-241-9
$40 | £25
Brad Elterman
Dog Dance: The Photographs
of Brad Elterman
Edited by Sandy Kim. Text By
Olivier Zahm
16.8 x 23.8 cm | 6 ½ x 9 ½ inches
96 pages, 100 color and b&w,
hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-297-6
$35 | £25
Cass Bird
Rewilding
Text by Sally Singer, Jack
Halberstam
18 x 24 cm | 7 x 9 ½ inches
88 pages, 42 b&w, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-218-1
$35 | £20
Ludovic Cesari
Damiani Factory
Text by Phil Bicker
24 x 28 cm | 9 ½ x 11 inches
160 pages, 100 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-421-5
$40 | £25
Alessandro Cosmelli and
Gaia Light
Milano Buzz
17.1 x 22.8 cm | 6 ¾ x 9 inches
208 pages, 120 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-393-5
$40 | £25
EyeBook: Sixty Artists, One Subject
Edited by Jenny Lynn
21.5 x 21.5 cm | 8 ½ x 8 ½ inches
132 pages, 60 color and b&w,
hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-419-2
$45 | £30
Matthew Brandt
Lakes & Reservoirs
35 x 28 cm | 13 ¾ x 11 inches
176 pages, 120 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-374-4
$65 | £40
Mariana Cook
Justice: Faces of the Human
Rights Revolution
Text by Anthony Lewis
25 x 29.2 cm | 9 ⅞ x 11 ½ inches
216 pages, 99 b&w, clothbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-261-7
$50 | £35
Stéphane Coutelle
Insomnies
24 x 17 cm | 9 ½ x 6 ¾ inches
160 pages, 100 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-303-4
$40 | £25
Deborah Feingold
Music
Introduction by Anthony
DeCurtis
25.4 x 25.4 cm | 10 x 10 inches
108 pages, 60 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-311-9
$45 | £30
Growing up in the 1950s, Tom Bianchi would head into downtown Chicago and
pick up 25-cent “physique” magazines at newsstands. In one such magazine,
he found a photograph of bodybuilder Glenn Bishop on Fire Island. “Fire Island
sounded exotic, perhaps a name made up by the photographer,” he recalls in
the preface to his latest monograph. “I had no idea it was a real place. Certainly,
I had no idea then that it was a place I would one day call home.” In 1970,
fresh out of law school, Bianchi began traveling to New York, and was invited
to spend a weekend at Fire Island Pines, where he encountered a community
of gay men. Using an SX-70 Polaroid camera, Bianchi documented his friends’
lives in the Pines, amassing an image archive of people, parties and private
moments. These images, published here for the first time, and accompanied by
Bianchi’s moving memoir of the era, record the birth and development of a new
culture. Soaked in sun, sex, camaraderie and reverie, Fire Island Pines conjures
a magical bygone era.
$ 50.00 | £ 35.00
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Hans Feurer
Text by Gianni Jetzer
24 x 34 cm | 9 ½ x 13 ½ inches
200 pages, 175 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-292-1
$65 | £40
Xavier Guardans
Traveling Lights
Text by Amelia Rina
27.9 x 27.9 cm | 11 x 11 inches
84 pages, 39 b&w, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-387-4
$50 | £30
Jessica Todd Harper
The Home Stage
Text by Alain de Botton,
Alison Nordström
28 x 24 cm | 11 x 9 ½ inches
112 pages, 50 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-364-5
$45 | £30
Jeremy Kost
Fractured
Interview by Franklin Sirmans.
Text by Glenn O’Brien, Garrett Neff
23 x 28 cm | 9 x 11 inches
208 pages, 180 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-363-8
$49.95 | £35
Fischerspooner
Egos
Edited by Meredith Mowder.
Text by Klaus Biesenbach,
Gavin Brown, Jeffrey Deitch,
Warren Fischer, Casey Spooner
24.2 x 28 cm | 9 ½ x 11 inches
96 pages, 70 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-429-1
$45 | £30
Xavier Guardans
Windows
Text by Christopher Harth,
Amanda Schmitt
28 x 28 cm | 11 x 11 inches
80 pages, 25 b&w, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-323-2
$60 | £39
Jessica Todd Harper
Interior Exposure
Text by Larry Fink. Interview by
Sarah A. McNear
28 x 24 cm | 11 x 9 ½ inches
112 pages, 50 color, hardbound
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-6208-016-3
$45 | £24.99
David Lachapelle
Landscape
Text by Shana Nys Dambrot,
Paul Watson
33 x 30 cm | 13 x 11 ¾ inches
88 pages, 80 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-331-7
$45 | £29
Ron Galella
New York
Edited by Nick Vogelson.
Text by William Van Meter
22.8 x 28 cm | 9 x 11 inches
176 pages, 150 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-355-3
$49.95 | £34
Torkil Gudnason
Body Vase
25.4 x 30.5 cm | 10 x 12 inches
80 pages, 70 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-296-9
$40 | £25
Dennis Hopper
Drugstore Camera
Edited by Michael Schmelling.
Text by Marin Hopper
23.5 x 20.3 cm | 9 ¼ x 8 ½ inches
96 pages, 60 b&w, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-403-1
$45 | £30
Gillian Laub
Southern Rites
24.1 x 26.7 cm | 9 ½ x 10 ½ inches
160 pages, 100 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-413-0
$50 | £35
Tierney Gearon
Alphabet Book
23.5 x 16.5 cm | 9 ¼ x 6 ½ inches
56 pages, 26 color, hardbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-320-1
$40 | £25
Philippe Halsman
Philippe Halsman’s Jump Book
22 x 28 cm | 8 ⅝ x 11 inches
96 pages, 194 b&w, hardbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-420-8
$45 | £30
David Lykes Keenan
Fair Witness
Text by Eli Reed
24.1 x 20.3 cm | 9 ½ x 8 inches
160 pages, 100 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-389-8
$45 | £29
David Leventi
Opera
Text by Plácido Domingo, Marvin
Heiferman, Thomas Mellins
33.8 x 28 cm | 13 ¼ x 11 inches
120 pages, 40 color, clothbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-397-3
$50 | £30
Greg Gorman
Outside the Studio
Text by James Nachtwey,
Greg Gorman
30.5 x 30.5 cm | 12 x 12 inches
156 pages, 140 b&w, hardbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-391-1
$50 | £30
Charles Harbutt
Departures and Arrivals
24 x 29 cm | 10 ½ x 11 ½ inches
120 pages, 93 b&w, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-243-3
$50 | £35
Daniel King
Ukraine Youth, Between Days
22.8 x 30.5 cm | 9 x 12 inches
96 pages, 80 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-398-0
$40 | £25
Lima, Peru
Edited by Mario Testino.
Text by Mario Vargas Llosa
23 x 33 cm | 9 x 13 inches
224 pages, 190 color, hardbound
English, Italian & Spanish
ISBN 978-88-89431-92-4
$65 | £35
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Lipstick Flavor:
A Contemporary Art Story
with Photography
Edited by Jérôme Sans, Marla
Hamburg Kennedy
24.4 x 31.7 cm | 9 ⅜ x 12 ½ inches
208 pages, 120 color and b&w,
hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-426-0
$50 | £35
Dan Martensen
Photographs from the American
Southwest
30 x 24.5 cm | 11 ¾ x 9 ½ inches
100 pages, 60 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-232-7
$50 | £35
Carlo Mollino
Polaroids
Text by Fulvio Ferrari,
Napoleone Ferrari, James Crump,
Silvio Curto
21.5 x 26.5 cm | 8 ½ x 10 ½ inches
288 pages, 400 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-378-2
$65 | £40
Joan Myers
Fire and Ice: Timescapes
Text by Joan Myers, Kathleen
Stewart Howe
31.1 x 24.1 cm | 12 ¼ x 9 ½ inches
160 pages, 140 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-392-8
$50 | £30
Magnum Photos with Reda: 150
24 x 28 cm | 9 ½ x 11 inches
180 pages, 102 color and b&w,
clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-408-6
$50 | £35
William Meyers
Outer Boroughs: New York
Beyond Manhattan
22.2 x 19.7 cm | 8 ¾ x 7 ¾ inches
208 pages, 160 b&w, hardbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-401-7
$50 | £30
Andrew Moore
Cuba
Text by Joel Smith, Orlando Luis
Pardo Lazo
40 x 30 cm | 15 ¾ x 11 ¾ inches
128 pages, 68 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-252-5
$75 | £50
Marc Ohrem-Leclef
Olympic Favela
Text by Luis Perez-Oramas,
Itamar Silva, David Kelley
24.1 x 31.1 cm | 11 x 11 inches
88 pages, 50 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-338-6
$50 | £30
Eric Maillet
Silent Conversations
Text by Jérôme Sans
24.6 x 30.5 cm | 9 ¾ x 12 inches
192 pages, 150 color and b&w,
hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-415-4
$50 | £35
Bart Michiels
The Course of History
Text by Sonja Fessel, Simon
Schama
31.5 x 27 cm | 12 ⅜ x 10 ⅝ inches
156 pages, 70 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-305-8
$65 | £39
Andrew Moore
Detroit Disassembled
22.5 x 33 cm | 10 x 13 inches
136 pages, 70 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-118-4
$50 | £34.95
Elizabeth Peyton
Portrait of an Artist:
Photographs 1994–2008
Text by Richard Klein, Rirkrit
Tiravanija
28 x 20 cm | 11 x 8 inches
112 pages, 62 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-077-4
$45 | £24.99
Ari Marcopoulos
Out & About
In association with Alleged Press
Edited by Aaron Rose. Text by
Harmony Korine, Diego Cortez
24 x 31.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
248 pages, 200 b&w, clothbound
with sleeve
Italian & English
ISBN 978-88-89431-13-9
$65 | £35
Sabine Mirlesse
As If It Should Have Been a Quarry
Damiani Factory
Text by Eduardo Cadara
30 x 24 cm | 11 ¾ x 9 ½ inches
64 pages, 60 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-310-2
$40 | £25
Andrew Moore
Dirt Meridian
Text by Kent Haruf, Toby Jurovics,
Inara Verzemnieks
34.5 x 27.9 cm | 13 ½ x 11 inches
132 pages, 60 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-412-3
$50 | £35
Giuseppe Pino
The Way They Were: Portraits &
Stories from the 20th Century
30 x 30 cm | 11 ¾ x 11 ¾ inches
304 pages, 250 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-341-6
$70 | £45
Caleb Cain Marcus
Goddess
Text by Richard Ford
25 x 29.1 cm | 8 ½ x 11 ½ inches
116 pages, 90 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-418-5
$50 | £35
Klaus Mitteldorf
Work: Photographs 1983–2013
24 x 30 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ¾ inches
360 pages, 800 color and b&w,
softcover
English & Portuguese
ISBN 978-88-6208-291-4
$50 | £35
Tom Munro
Text by Madonna. Interview
with Pierre Alexandre de Looz
24 x 34 cm | 9 ½ x 13 inches
240 pages, 127 color and b&w,
clothbound with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-125-2
$75 | £50
Norma I. Quintana
Circus: A Traveling Life
Text by Mona Simpson
28 x 28 cm | 11 x 11 inches
144 pages, 120 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-365-2
$60 | £39
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Portraits of an Urban Hymn
HIP HOP
PHotograPHs
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Terry Richardson
Terrywood
Text by Jeffrey Deitch, Al Moran
25 x 30 cm | 10 x 12 inches
228 pages, 150 color, hardbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-251-8
$60 | £40
David Seltzer
Knowledge of the Raw
Text by Eric Fischl
24.1 x 30.4 cm | 9 ½ x 12 inches
160 pages, 100 color and b&w,
hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-417-8
$45 | £30
Michael Somoroff
Two Crowns of the Egg
Text by Donald Kuspit,
Giannina Braschi
30 x 35 cm | 11 ¾ x 13 ¾ inches
110 pages, 100 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-353-9
$60 | £34
Joseph Szabo
Rolling Stones Fans
24.5 x 22.5 cm | 9 ¾ x 9 inches
104 pages, 100 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-399-7
$39 | £25
Derek Ridgers
78–87 London Youth
Text by John Maybury
21.5 x 31.5 cm | 8 ½ x 12 ½ inches
160 pages, 120 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-359-1
$50 | £30
Andres Serrano
Holy Works
Text by Germano Celant, James Frey
24 x 31 cm | 9 ½ x 12 inches
112 pages, 60 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-209-9
$50 | £30
Aaron Stern
I Woke Up in My Clothes
Text by David Wagoner, Rich Appel
24 x 30 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ¾ inches
96 pages, 50 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-352-2
$45 | £25
Alexey Titarenko
The City Is a Novel
Text by Alexey Titarenko, Gabriel
Bauret, Brett Abbott, Sean Corcoran
24.1 x 26.7 cm | 9 ½ x 10 ½ inches
208 pages, 122 b&w, clothbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-414-7
$60 | £40
Lynn Saville
Dark City: Urban America at Night
Text by Geoff Dyer
33.8 x 27 cm | 13 ¼ x 10 ⅝ inches
128 pages, 80 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-411-6
$50 | £35
David Benjamin Sherry
It’s Time
Text by Neville Wakefield
22 x 30 cm | 9 x 12 inches
96 pages, 60 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-093-4
$50 | £29.99
Joni Sternbach
Surf Site Tin Type
Text by Lyle Rexer, April M. Watson,
Chris Malloy, Johnny Abegg
30.5 x 24.8 cm | 12 x 9 ¾ inches
192 pages, 123 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-380-5
$45 | £29
Michael Thompson
Portraits
Edited by Vince Aletti.
Text by Julianne Moore
26 x 33 cm | 10 x 13 inches
216 pages, 147 color, clothbound
with jacket
English, Italian & French
Rights world except Germany
and Asia
ISBN 978-88-6208-156-6
$65 | £45
David Scheinbaum
Hip Hop: Portraits of an
Urban Hymn
Text by Brian Hardgrove, Michael
Eric Dyson, Gaye Theresa Johnson.
Interview with Frank H. Goodyear III
26 x 30 cm | 10 ¼ x 11 ¾ inches
160 pages, 100 color and b&w,
hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-273-0
$50 | £34
David Benjamin Sherry
Quantum Light
Text by Collier Schorr
21 x 27 cm | 8 ¼ x 10 ⅝ inches
72 pages, 70 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-213-6
$50 | £30
Hiroshi Sugimoto
Dioramas
25.2 x 27.8 cm | 10 x 11 inches
118 pages, 56 b&w, clothbound
with jacket
Rights world except France
ISBN 978-88-6208-327-0
$65 | £40
Yana Toyber
This Time
Damiani Factory
Text by Ariana Reines
24 x 16.5 cm | 9 ½ x 6 ½ inches
64 pages, 25 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-396-6
$35 | £20
Peter Schlesinger
A Photographic Memory 1968–1989
Text by Peter Schlesinger, Hilton Als
24.8 x 28.6 cm | 9 ¾ x 11 ¼ inches
176 pages, 150 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-436-9
$50 | £35
Brian Bowen Smith
Projects
24 x 30.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
168 pages, 100 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-263-1
$60 | £40
Hiroshi Sugimoto
Seascapes
25.2 x 27.8 cm | 10 x 11 inches
272 pages, 213 b&w, clothbound
with jacket
Rights world English
ISBN 978-88-6208-416-1
$70 | £45
Charles H. Traub
Dolce Via: Italy in the 1980’s
Text by Max Kozloff, Luigi Ballerini
30 x 24 cm | 11 ¾ x 9 ½ inches
112 pages, 60 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-344-7
$50 | £30
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Fashion & Lifestyle
Charles H. Traub
Lunchtime
21.5 x 21.5 cm | 8 ½ x 8 ½ inches
140 pages, 100 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-423-9
$45 | £30
Jork Weismann
Asleep at the Chateau
Text by Bret Easton Ellis
33 x 24 cm | 12 x 9 inches
184 pages, 87 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-242-6
$50 | £35
Ara Gallant
Edited by David Wills. Text by
Anjelica Huston
23.5 x 31 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
260 pages, 100 color, hardbound
English & French
ISBN 978-88-6208-120-7 (English)
ISBN 978-88-6208-126-9 (French)
$60 | £39
$ 65,00
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Bob Recine
Alchemy Of Beauty
Text by René Ricard. Photographs
by Mario Sorrenti, Robbie Fimmano
and Bob Recine
24 x 31.2 cm | 9 ½ x 12 inches
164 pages, 130 color and b&w,
hardbound with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-212-9
$65 | £40
£ 40,00
Diego Uchitel
Polaroids
Text by Diane von Furstenberg
25 x 31.5 cm | 9 ¾ x 12 ½ inches
240 pages, 200 color and b&w,
clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-239-6
$50 | £35
James Welling
Glass House
Text by Noam Elcott, Sylvia Lavin
32.2 x 24.8 cm | 12 ¾ x 9 ¾ inches
112 pages, 45 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-161-0
$50 | £35
Embroidery Italian Fashion
Text by Giusy Ferra, Valentino,
Gianfranco Ferre, Anna Molinari,
Roberto Cavalli, et al
24 x 31.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
280 pages, 240 color, clothbound
with embroidery
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-89431-23-8 (English)
ISBN 978-88-89431-39-9 (Italian)
$99 | £60
Stephen Sprouse: Xerox / Rock /
Art: An Archive of Drawings and
Ephemera 1970s–1980s
Edited by Carol McCranie, Javier
Magri. Text by Debbie Harry,
Carol McCranie
21.5 x 28 cm | 8 ½ x 11 inches
208 pages, 200 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-370-6
$50 | £35
Carlo Van de Roer
The Portrait Machine Project
Damiani Factory
24,5 x 30.5 cm | 9 ¾ x 12 inches
88 pages, 40 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-268-6
$40 | £25
Amani Willett
Disquiet
Damiani Factory
16.5 x 24 cm | 6 ½ x 9 ½ inches
128 pages, 60 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-274-7
$40 | £25
Fashion at the Time of Fascism:
Italian Modernist Lifestyle,
1922–1943
Edited by Mario Lupano,
Alessandra Vaccari
23 x 29.5 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
400 pages, 700 color and b&w,
hardbound
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-6208-051-4 (English)
ISBN 978-88-6208-061-3 (Italian)
$60 | £39
Nick Waplington
Alexander McQueen: Working Process
Edited by Alexander McQueen
and Nick Waplington. Text by
Susannah Frankel
24 x 29 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ½ inches
304 pages, 160 color, hardbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-295-2
$60 | £40
Julian Wasser
The Way We Were: The
Photography of Julian Wasser
Edited by Brad Elterman. Text by
Julian Wasser
24.1 x 31.7 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
176 pages, 150 b&w, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-349-2
$60 | £39
Maripol
Little Red Riding Hood
Text by Maripol. Conversation
with Marc Jacobs
24 x 30 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ½ inches
268 pages, 350 color, hardbound
English & French
ISBN 978-88-6208-136-8 (English)
ISBN 978-88-6208-143-6 (French)
$65 | £40
Vivienne Westwood
Shoes
Edited by Luca Beatrice,
Matteo Guarnaccia
24 x 31.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
192 pages, 120 color, hardbound
with sleeve
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-89431-84-9 (English)
ISBN 978-88-89431-83-2 (Italian)
$65 | £39
Ben Watts
Montauk Dreaming
22.2 x 22.2 cm | 8 ¾ x 8 ¾ inches
144 pages, 140 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-388-1
$45 | £29
Harri Peccinotti
H.P.
Text by Derek Birdsall
23 x 30 cm | 9 ½ x 12 inches
228 pages, 200 color, hardbound
with jacket
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-6208-074-3
$60 | £34
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Contemporary Art
76
Reza Aramesh
12 Midnight
Text by Milovan Farronato,
Media Farzin, Eugenio Viola
22.8 x 30.5 cm | 9 x 12 inches
160 pages, 150 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-313-3
$50 | £35
Dzine
Nailed: The History of Nail Culture
and Dzine
In association with Standard Press
Text by Kim Hastreiter, Luis Gispert,
Yone, Jamel Shabazz, Fred Braithwaite
a.k.a. Fab 5 Freddy
24.4 x 29.3 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ½ inches
216 pages, 290 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-205-1
$45 | £30
Fischerspooner: New Truth
Edited with text by Meredith
Mowder. Text by Klaus Biesenbach,
Gavin Brown, Jeffrey Deitch,
Warren Fischer, Casey Spooner
24.2 x 28 cm | 9 ½ x 11 inches
256 pages, 220 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-328-7
$50 | £35
Barry McGee
In association with Alleged Press
Edited by Aaron Rose
24 x 31.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
204 pages, 200 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-096-5
$49.95 | £29.99
Jennifer Bartlett
Epic Systems
Text by Barry Schwabsky
28.5 x 28.5 cm | 11 ¼ x 11 ¼ inches
88 pages, 75 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-410-9
$45 | £30
Electrical Banana: Masters of
Psychedelic Art
Text by Paul McCartney, Norman
Hathaway, Dan Nadel
23.5 x 26 cm | 9 ½ x 10 ¼ inches
208 pages, 150 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-204-4
$39.95 | £27
Natalie Frank
Tales of the Brothers Grimm
Drawings by Natalie Frank. Edited
by Karen Marta. Text by Claire
Gilman, Linda Nochlin, Julie
Taymor, Jack Zipes
22.8 x 30.5 cm | 9 x 12 inches
272 pages, 250 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-386-7
$60 | £39
Mike Mills
Graphics / Films
In association with Alleged Press
24 x 31.5 cm | 9 x 12 inches
164 pages, 100 b&w, hardbound
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-6208-075-0
$50 | £24.99
Daniel Brush
Text by Oliver Sacks, David
Revere McFadden, Brett Littman.
Interview by Paul Keegan
34.2 x 33 cm | 13 ½ x 13 inches
276 pages, 250 color, hardbound
with jacket
Rights world except USA
ISBN 978-88-6208-278-5
$85 | £50
Okwui Enwezor and
Chika Okeke-Agulu
Contemporary African Art
Since 1980
24 x 31.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
368 pages, 400 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-092-7
$60 | £45
Chris Johanson
Please Listen I Have Something
to Tell You About What Is
In association with Alleged Press
Text by Aaron Rose, Sean Kennerly,
Jack Hanley
24 x 31.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
208 pages, 180 color, hardbound
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-89431-45-0
$50 | £27.50
Gianni Motti
Text by Elisabeth Lebovici, Françoise
Ninghetto, Marie-Olivier Wahler,
Jade Lindgaard, Fabrice Stroun, et al
21 x 27 cm | 8 ¼ x 10 ⅝ inches
240 pages, 200 color and b&w,
hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-361-4
$50 | £34
Colors: A Book About a Magazine
About the Rest of the World
Text by Francesco Bonami.
Interview with Luciano Benetton
and Oliviero Toscani
24.5 x 33.8 cm | 9 ⅝ x 13 ¼ inches
240 pages, 300 color, clothbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-424-6
$50 | £35
Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian
Cosmic Geometry
Edited by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Karen
Marta. Text by Nader Ardalan, Media
Farzin, Eleanor Sims. Conversation
with Hans Ulrich Obrist
24.5 x 29.4 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ½ inches
296 pages, 200 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-175-7
$70 | £45
JR and Art Spiegelman
The Ghosts of Ellis Island
21.7 x 27 cm | 8 ½ x 10 ½ inches
120 pages, 90 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-395-9
$39.95 | £25
Kaz Oshiro
Text by Michael Duncan, Ed Schad
21 x 27 cm | 8 ¼ x 10 ½ inches
144 pages, 120 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-342-3
$40 | £25
Johan Creten
Text by Jan Hoet. Interview by
Léa Chauvel-Lévy
21 x 27 cm | 8 ¼ x 10 ½ inches
264 pages, 200 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-308-9
$50 | £34
Daniel Firman
Text by Emmanuel Latreille, Thierry
Raspail. Interview by Hou Hanru
21 x 27 cm | 8 ¼ x 10 ½ inches
192 pages, 250 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-309-6
$40 | £25
JR and José Parlá
The Wrinkles of the City:
Havana Cuba
In association with Standard Press
Text by Clara Astiasarán,
Janet Batet, Michael Betancourt,
Jeffrey Deitch
30 x 30 cm | 11 ¾ x 11 ¾ inches
160 pages, 150 color, hardbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-250-1
$49.95 | £35
Parallel Views: Italian and Japanese
Art from the 1950s, 60s and 70s
Edited and with text by by Allan
Schwartzman. Text by Joshua Mack,
Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, Nicholas
Cullinan, Ming Tiampo
28 x 30.5 cm | 11 x 12 inches
408 pages, 249 color, clothbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-400-0
$75 | £45
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Music
78
José Parlá
In Medias Res
Text by Manon Slome, Greg
Tate, Carlo McCormick, Michael
Betancourt, Isolde Brielmaier, et al
24 x 29.2 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ½ inches
256 pages, 220 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-362-1
$60 | £39
Kenny Scharf
Kolors
In association with Standard Press
Text by Jeffrey Deitch
21.6 x 26.7 cm | 8 ½ x 10 ½ inches
96 pages, 68 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-287-7
$40 | £25
Ed Templeton
Deformer
In association with Alleged Press
24 x 29 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ½ inches
176 pages, 150 color and b&w,
hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-050-7
$55 | £25
Keziah Jones and Native Maqari
Captain Rugged
16.5 x 24 cm | 6 ½ x 9 ½ inches
120 pages, 110 color, hardbound,
includes a card to download an
album by Keziah Jones
English & French
ISBN 978-88-6208-340-9 (English)
ISBN 978-88-6208-336-2 (French)
$45 | £29
José Parlá
Segmented Realities
Text by Michael Rooks, Rey Parlá,
Steve Swieter, Mike Jensen, Farzad
24 x 29.2 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ½ inches
96 pages, 70 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-422-2
$45 | £30
John Severson
John Severson’s Surf
Text by Gerry Lopez, Drew Kampion.
Interview by Nathan Howe
24 x 31 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ¼ inches
212 pages, 200 color and b&w,
hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-326-3
$45 | £29
Cy Twombly
Paradise
Edited by Julie Sylvester. Text by
Walter Hartsarich, Gabriella Belli,
Philip Larratt-Smith
25 x 34.5 cm | 9 ¾ x 13 ½ inches
172 pages, 90 color, clothbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-376-8
$60 | £39
Moby
Destroyed
29 x 22.8 cm | 11 ½ x 9 inches
128 pages, 55 color, hardback,
includes Destroyed CD
English, Italian, German,
Spanish & French
ISBN 978-88-6208-155-9
$39.95 | £25
Paola Pivi
Text by Massimiliano Gioni,
Jens Hoffmann
21 x 27 cm | 8 ¼ x 10 ½ inches
192 pages, 100 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-319-5
$50 | £34
Shit and Die
Edited by Maurizio Cattelan,
Myriam Ben Salah, Marta Papini
23 x 29 cm | 9 x 11 ½ inches
152 pages, 100 color, softcover
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-6208-402-4
$30 | £19
Peter Zimmermann
21 x 27 cm | 8 ¼ x 10 ½ inches
96 pages, 250 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-307-2
$40 | £25
Sound & Vision
Texts by Luca Beatrice,
Alberto Campo
20 x 28 cm | 8 x 11 inches
260 pages, 200, softcover
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-89431-98-6 (English)
ISBN 978-88-89431-55-9 (Italian)
$35 | £22
Carlos Rolon
Boxed: A Visual History and
the Art of Boxing
Edited and with text by Carlos
Dzine Rolon. Text by Franklin
Sirmans
24 x 29.2 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ½ inches
208 pages, 150 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-354-6
$60 | £39
Gary Simmons
Paradise
Text by Gwen Allen, Nancy
Princenthal, Charles Wylie.
Conversation with Okwui Enwezor
24.2 x 29.2 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ½ inches
192 pages, 150 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-240-2
$50 | £35
Sound Zero
Texts by Fabio de Luca, Uwe Husslein,
Aaron Rose, Valerio Dehò
16.5 x 23 cm | 6 ½ x 9 inches
200 pages, 150 color, hardbound
English, Italian & German
ISBN 978-88-89431-65-8 (English)
ISBN 978-88-89431-64-1 (Italian)
ISBN 978-88-89431-63-4 (German)
$48 | £27.50
Claude Rutault
Text by Claude Rutault. Interview
by Hans Ulrich Obrist
21 x 27 cm | 8 ¼ x 10 ⅝ inches
238 pages, 200 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-321-8
$50 | £34
Tabboo! The Art of Stephen
Tashjian
Edited by Lia Gangitano. Text
by Jack Pierson, Elisabeth Kley,
Lia Gangitano
24 x 30.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 inches
224 pages, 150 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-264-8
$50 | £35
Mieczyslaw Tomaszewski
Chopin
24 x 30 cm | 9 ½ x 12 inches
360 pages, 250 color, hardbound
with jacket
Italian
ISBN 978-88-6208-145-0
For sale in Italy only
€49
Backlist
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Urban Art
80
Architecture & Design
Chaz Bojorquez
The Art and Life of Chaz Bojorquez
Edited by Mario Klefisch, Alberto
Scabbia. Text by François Chastenet,
Greg Escalante, Usugrow
24 x 28 cm | 9 ½ x 13 inches
160 pages, 140 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-121-4
$50 | £30
Phil Frost
Text by Pushead, Carlo McCormick
28 x 28 cm | 11 x 11 inches
162 pages, 164 color, hardbound
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-6208-024-8
$45 | £24.99
Diller Scofidio & Renfro
Lincoln Center Inside Out
23.8 x 31.8 cm | 9 ⅜ x 12 ½ inches
288 pages, 800 color, clothbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-244-0
$85 | £50
Thomas R. Schiff
Prospect
Text by Michael Speaks, Ann Cotter
42.5 x 24.8 cm | 16 ½ x 10 inches
304 pages, 250 color, clothbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-195-5
$80 | £50
Dumbo
Acts of Vandalism and Stories
of Love
Text by Barry McGee, Federico
Sarica, Kyri Chenven
20 x 29 cm | 8 x 11 ½ inches
136 pages, 130 color, hardbound
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-89431-95-5
$35 | £19
Rae Martini
24 Carat Dirt
24 x 30 cm | 9 ½ x 11 ½ inches
208 pages, 150 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-207-5
$40 | £25
The Haas Brothers
Haas Brothers
Text by Laura Dern, Vincent Gallo,
Simon and Nikolai Haas
22 x 29 cm | 8 ½ x 11 ½ inches
176 pages, 150 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-373-7
$50 | £35
Walter Vallini
Walter Vallini Architect:
Works 2000–2012
19 x 22 cm | 7 ¾ x 8 ¾ inches
96 pages, 80 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-279-2
$30 | £20
Alex Fakso
Fast or Die
Text by Andrea Caputo,
Alessandro Zuek Simonetti
24 x 31 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
112 pages, 60 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-164-1
$35 | £19.95
Stefano Pane
People Think I’m Cool: The Life
and Art of Pane
23 x 28.7 cm | 9 ½ x 11 inches
208 pages, 140 color, hardbound
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-6208-183-2
$39 | £24.95
The Haas Brothers
Haas Brothers Volume II: Afreaks
21.6 x 29.2 cm | 8 ½ x 11 ½ inches
160 pages, 120 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-434-5
$50 | £35
Village: One Land Two Systems
and Platform Paradise
Edited and with text by Malkit
Shoshan, Maurizio Bortolotti
16.5 x 24 cm | 6 ½ x 9 ½ inches
256 pages, 200 color, softcover
ISBN 978-88-6208-254-9
$30 | £19
Alex Fakso
Heavy Metal
Text by Alex Fakso, Giovanna
Calvenzi, Jamel Shabazz
30 x 18 cm | 12 x 7 inches
164 pages, 100 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-89431-49-8
$35 | £19
Raptuz
Mother Road
Text by Lorenzo Bonini, Raptuz
22.8 x 22.8 cm | 9 x 9 inches
144 pages, 100 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-229-7
$35 | £20
Maria Pergay
Complete Works 1957–2010
Text by Suzanne Demisch,
Stephane Danant, Adam Lindeman
25.4 x 29.8 cm | 10 x 11 ¾ inches
290 pages, 300 color, hardbound
with jacket
ISBN 978-88-6208-174-0
$80 | £50
Jeff Zimmerman
Text by John Drury. Interview by
Sean Kelly
24 x 28 cm | 9 ½ x 11 inches
224 pages, 210 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-358-4
$60 | £39
Frontier: The Line of Style
Edited by Claudio Musso, Fabiola
Naldi. Text by Mubi Brighenti,
Claire Calogirou, Dado, Stewart
Home, Christian Omodeo, et al
16.5 x 23 cm | 6 ½ x 9 inches
176 pages, 100 color, softcover
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-6208-300-3
$40 | £25
Tsang Tsou Choi
The King of Kowloon: The Art
of Tsang Tsou Choi
Edited and with text by David
Spalding. Text by Hans Ulrich
Obrist, Hon Hanru, Ou Ning
24.5 x 27 cm | 9 ⅝ x 10 ⅝ inches
240 pages, 150 color, hardbound
English & Chinese
ISBN 978-88-6208-271-6
$50 | £35
Qualities of Duration: The
Architecture of Phillip Smith
and Douglas Thompson
Text by Alastair Gordon
22.9 x 22.9 cm | 9 x 9 inches
222 pages, 357 color, hardbound
ISBN 978-88-6208-231-0
$50 | £35
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Antiques & Collectibles
Longines Watches
Edited by John Goldberger.
Text by Giampiero Negretti
21 x 29 cm | 8 ½ x 11 ½ inches
304 pages, 280 color, hardbound
English, Italian & French
ISBN 978-88-89431-40-5 (English)
ISBN 978-88-89431-41-2 (Italian)
ISBN 978-88-89431-47-4 (French)
$99 | £60
Omega Sportswatches
Edited by John Goldberger.
Text by Giampiero Negretti
21.5 x 29 cm | 8 ½ x 11 ½ inches
144 pages, 450 color, hardbound
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-89431-70-2 (English)
ISBN 978-88-89431-97-9 (Italian)
$89 | £50
Omega Watches
Edited by John Goldberger.
Text by Giampiero Negretti
21 x 29 cm | 8 ½ x 11 ½ inches
272 pages, 200 color, hardbound
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-89431-27-6 (English)
ISBN 978-88-89431-24-5 (Italian)
$89 | £55
John Goldberger
Patek Philippe Steel Watches
Limited edition of 300 copies
numbered and signed by the author
24 x 32.5 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ¾ inches
440 pages, 900 color, hardbound
with cork, plexiglass slipcase
ISBN 978-88-6208-304-1
$800 | £500
Manfred Rössler
Zenith
21 x 29 cm | 8 ½ x 11 ½ inches
328 pages, 700 color, hardbound
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-6208-069-9 (English)
ISBN 978-88-6208-068-2 (Italian)
$150 | £80
82
100 Superlative Rolex Watches
Edited by John Goldberger.
Text by Giampiero Negretti
24 x 32 cm | 9 ½ x 12 ½ inches
256 pages, 700 color, hardbound
with leather
English & Italian
ISBN 978-88-6208-031-6 (English)
ISBN 978-88-6208-032-3 (Italian)
$200 | £99.99
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