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    Saul Leiter The Centennial Retrospective


    Celebrating the centennial of Saul Leiter’s birth, the official retrospective of a revolutionary figure in twentieth-century photography

    Saul Leiter photographed and painted nearly every day for over sixty years, amassing an enormous archive, most of which remained unseen during his lifetime. Finding inspiration within a few blocks of his apartment in Lower Manhattan, he was a master… Find out more »


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    William Eggleston, 2 1/4



    Text by Bruce Wagner Born and raised in Mississippi and Tennessee, William Eggleston began taking pictures during the 1960s after seeing Henri Cartier-Bresson’s The Decisive Moment. In 1966 he changed from black-and-white to color film, perhaps to make the medium… Find out more »


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    Trolley - New Orleans, Robert Frank



    Traveling through New Orleans on a cross-country road trip in 1955, the Swissborn photographer Robert Frank snapped a picture of a passing streetcar. The result, Trolley—New Orleans, is a searing image of everyday racism. The streetcar’s riders, framed by the… Find out more »


  • Lee Miller: Photographs


    One hundred of the most outstanding photographs taken by photographer, model and Surrealist muse Lee Miller, published in anticipation of the November 2023 release of the film Lee, starring Kate Winslet as Lee Miller.

    Photojournalist, war correspondent, model and Surrealist muse, Lee Miller was one of the most important women photographers of the twentieth century, working in the fields of photojournalism, fashion, portraiture and advertising. This book presents 100 of her finest works in… Find out more »


  • Trent Parke - Monument


    Stanley/Barker Edition

    The monolithic publication is painstakingly hand bound in leather bearing totemic coordinates to the planet Earth, blind stamped end sheets, black sprayed edges, and a loose steel plaque, that once removed, leaves the volume without language.  When Trent Parke moved… Find out more »


  • Dave Heath - One Brief Moment


    Stanley/Barker Edition

    By the age of four Dave Heath had been abandoned by both of his parents. By the age of fifteen he had lived in a series of foster homes and, finally, in an orphanage.  In 1947, Heath saw Ralph Crane’s… Find out more »


  • Daido Moriyama: A Retrospective


    Thyago Nogueira (ED.)

    Widely considered Japan’s most influential and prolific photographer, Daido Moriyama has been challenging conventions of the art form for more than a half century. This exhaustive and electrifying retrospective, published in cooperation with the Daido Moriyama Foundation and based on… Find out more »


  • Michael Flomen: Photograms and Photographs. 2020–1970



    A master of abstract and avant-garde photography collaborates with nature at the technical and conceptual levels.   Master printer Michael Flomen brings his darkroom into the environment to create large-scale, avant-garde photograms in confluence with nature. Trading his camera for light-sensitive… Find out more »


  • Tod Papageorge - At The Beach


    Stanley/Barker Edition

    In 1975 Tod Papageorge made a cross-America trip that ended on the beaches of Los Angeles. There, taken by the blinding light, he produced some of his first medium-format (6 x 9 cm) photographs. In 1978 he returned to Los… Find out more »


  • Judith Black - Vacation


    Stanley/Barker Edition

    North American orders will ship from 24th June  In 1986, the American artist Judith Black was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship with the intention of documenting a cross-country road trip with her four children. Unlike Robert Frank’s iconic Guggenheim-funded road trip… Find out more »


  • 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 »

    ** This item cannot be shipped and is available for in-store collection only **


  • Magnum Contact Sheets by Kirsten Lubben.


    First Edition, 2011.

    A rare chance to acquire this coveted volume. New !   More than 120 contact sheets selected by some seventy Magnum photographers or their estates: a definitive book on how the best photographs are created and edited. Contact sheets unveil the… Find out more »


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