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  • Helmut Newton SUMO by Taschen Edition of 10,000


    A rare Chance to own a seminal element of Portrait and Fashion Photography History. In the pantheon of photographic greats, Helmut Newton needs no introduction. Nearly singlehandedly, he transformed portrait and fashion photography from an illustrative medium to an artistic… Find out more »

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  • Saul Leiter - The Unseen


      Now widely acclaimed as one of the world’s greatest photographers, Saul Leiter (1923–2013) remained relatively unsung until he was rediscovered by curators and critics in his early 80s, and his work has been drastically re-evaluated over the last two decades.… Find out more »



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    Harry Gruyaert - Between Worlds


    This book from award-winning Magnum photographer Harry Gruyaert collects his most cinematic images to date.

    A master of color-saturated atmospheres, Harry Gruyaert has roamed the world searching for the perfect light for more than forty years. His intuitive and physical relationship to places immerses the spectator in a world that borrows from the cinematic universe… Find out more »


  • Barbara Crane: Private Views


    In the early 1980s, Barbara Crane embarked on a series of photographs shot during Chicago's various summer festivals. Using a Super Speed Graphic camera and Polaroid film, Crane waded in close to the revelers, tracking down the details of their… Find out more »


  • Justine Kurland: Girl Pictures


    The North American frontier is an enduring symbol of romance, rebellion, escape, and freedom. At the same time, it’s a profoundly masculine myth—cowboys, outlaws, Beat poets. Photographer Justine Kurland reclaimed this space in her now-iconic series of images of teenage… Find out more »


  • Ernst Haas - New York in Color 1952-1962


    The first book on master photographer Ernst Haas's work dedicated to both his classic and newly discovered New York City color photographs of the 1950s and 60s. Ernst Haas's color works reveal the photographer's remarkable genius and remind us on… Find out more »


  • Fred Herzog: Modern Color


    The most comprehensive book yet published on the Canadian color-photography pioneer

    Fred Herzog is best known for his unusual use of color photography in the 1950s and 1960s, a time when art photography was almost exclusively associated with black-and-white imagery. In this respect, his photographs can be seen as prefiguring the… Find out more »



  • Charles-Olivier Michaud - Deux Kilomètres carrés


    Signed Edition

    Texts by Anna Mouglalis and Pascale BussièresFirst interested in the technical aspect of large format film photography, the filmmaker embarked on a journey where the end of the world is within walking distance. Camera on the shoulder and son well… Find out more »


  • Luigi Pastò - 7 Migrants


    Luigo Pastò is a practicing clinical psychologist and a professor of psychology . He is an avid photographer with a keen eye focusing on social issues.    This labor of love photographic essay took nearly ten years to complete.  It documents… Find out more »


  • Ruth Orkin - A Photo Spirit


    American photographer Ruth Orkin earned acclaim for her work as she combined her love for travel and her experience growing up in Hollywood into a practice that captured the cinematic elements of everyday life and revealed the humanity of the… Find out more »


  • Daido Moriyama RECORD


    An exceptional selection of photographs by Japan’s leading photographer from Record, the artist’s self-curated journal, published in the early 1970s and from 1996 to the present day

    An exceptional selection of photographs by Japan’s leading photographer from Record, the artist’s self-curated journal, published in the early 1970s and from 1996 to the present day Inspired by Japanese photographers, as well as by William Klein’s seminal photography book… Find out more »


  • Ed Kashi - Abandoned Moments: A Love Letter To Photography


    If Cartier-Bresson’sdecisive moment reflects a situation perfectly in tune with the photographer’s intuition, flawlessly combining the elements of composition and timing, then Ed Kashi’sabandoned moment is the result of an imprecise instant of surrender. This collection of photographs, made over… Find out more »


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