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Explore our collection of photo books to discover inspiring works by renowned photographers from around the world. Whether you're passionate about nature, portraiture, reportage or conceptual art, our photo books take you on a captivating visual journey through diverse styles and subjects. With beautifully printed images and captivating narratives, these books are an endless source of inspiration and pleasure for photography enthusiasts. Dive into our collection and let yourself be transported by the beauty and power of photographic art.

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    Karen Knorr - Country Life



    Karen Knorr's Country Life explores attitudes within the British aristocracy in the 1990s through image and text. Knor's refined images were taken in London, Scotland and Oxfordshire in domestic interiors and gardens laid out according to the picturesque canons of… Find out more »


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    Karen Knorr - Gentlemen



    Karen Knorr’s Gentlemen takes us inside the hallowed halls of the most venerable private gentlemen’s clubs of 1980s London, and considers the patriarchal values of the English upper classes with beautifully precise photographs and texts constructed out of speeches of… Find out more »


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    Karen Knorr - Belgravia



    Karen Knorr’s Belgravia, describes through images and accompanying quotes, class and power amongst the international and wealthy during the beginning of Thatcherism in London. Produced between 1979 and 1981 the images are now available for the first time in a… Find out more »


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    Thomas Boivin - Ménilmontant



    Thomas Boivin's photographic novella takes us on an intimate, meandering journey through the coffee, shops and apartments of a bohimian Parisian neighbourhood, Ménilmontant Nestled in the North-East of the city, between Belleville and the Père Lachaise Cemetery, Ménilmontant was once… Find out more »


  • The World is Where you Stop - Tomasz Tomaszewski



    Tomasz Tomaszewski, a polish documentary photographer, spent his life photographing and documenting curent events that helped shape our world. From the rise of Karol Józef Wojtyła to become Pope Jean Paul II to being there at the fall of… Find out more »


  • Charles-Frédérick Ouellet - To Winter There


    A limited number of signed copies are available in store.

    Having just won the 2024 Photo Contest, North and Central America, Singles of World Press Photo, Charles-Frédérick Ouellet presents his new book : To Winter There To Winter There is a visual narrative inspired by the expeditions of Louis Jolliet… Find out more »


  • Paris - Eugène Atget



    Synopsis: A flâneur and photographer at once, Eugène Atget (1857–1927) was obsessed with walking the streets. After trying his hand at painting and acting, the native of Libourne turned to photography and moved to Paris. He supplied studies for painters,… Find out more »


  • New Deal Photography - Peter Walther



    “Through these travels and the photographs, I got to love the United States more than I could have in any other way.” ― Jack Delano Amid the ravages of the Great Depression, the United States Farm Security Administration (FSA) was… Find out more »


  • Midcentury Memories - The Anonymous Project - Lee Shulman


    Past Lives in Kodachrome - A view into how hundreds of anonymous people documented their existence

    Rewind back to the midcentury, before the age of Instagram and Snapchat, where people were using 35mm cameras loaded with color film to document both monumental and mundane moments in their lives. They took pictures of their loved ones, their… Find out more »


  • Dennis Hopper - Photographs 1961–1967


    "I was doing something that I thought could have some impact someday. In many ways, it’s really these photographs that kept me going creatively.”
    - Dennis Hopper

    During the 1960s, Dennis Hopper carried a camera everywhere—on film sets, at parties, in diners, bars and galleries, and through political marches. Along the way, he captured the most intriguing moments of his generation. Compiled by Hopper himself and including… Find out more »


  • Africa - Sebastião Salgado



    Sebastião Salgado’s stark black-and-white images of Africa come together in this remarkable photographic collection, shot over a period of 30 years. These images tell the tale of a continent ravaged by troubles but immensely rich in history and culture. With… Find out more »


  • Untold Stories - Peter Lindbergh


    Peter Lindbergh’s self-curated exhibition and book

    The invitation to create his own show Untold Stories at Kunstpalast Düsseldorf Kunstpalast served Lindbergh as a blank canvas for the his unrestrained vision and creativity. Given artistic freedom, he curated an uncompromising collection that sheds an unexpected light on… Find out more »



  • Flamma - Ned Bojic



    Ned Bojic is a Montreal-based photographer, photographer in the truest and most dedicated sense of the word. Long before "street photography" became a widely discussed genre, you could find Ned wandering the streets—wherever he happened to be—armed with his trusty… Find out more »


  • SLY NYC - Ned Bojic



    Ned Bojic is a Montreal-based photographer, photographer in the truest and most dedicated sense of the word. Long before "street photography" became a widely discussed genre, you could find Ned wandering the streets—wherever he happened to be—armed with his trusty… Find out more »


  • Winogrand Color



    Edited by Michael Almereyda and Susan Kismaric “We have not loved life.” Winogrand made the photographs in this book in defiance of this self-appraisal. A loving spirit charges and elevates picture after picture, riding an emotional circuit that sweeps from… Find out more »



  • Photobox: The Essential Collection



    PhotoBox presents a collection of 250 photographs by 200 of the world’s most prominent photographers, ranging from legendary masters to contemporary stars, in a compact paperback format. Photographers include Ansel Adams, Richard Avedon, Yann Arthus-Bertrand, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Elliot Erwitt, Robert… Find out more »


  • Alex Webb: Dislocations



    Newly reimagined edition of Alex Webb’s now-classic and long out-of-print Dislocations. Dislocations presents a contemporary update of Alex Webb’s long out-of-print 1998 book by the same name, which was first published by Harvard’s Film Study Center as an experiment in… Find out more »


  • Alec Soth - Sleeping by the Mississippi

    9781910164891 / 9781910164891S


    Sleeping by the Mississippi by Alec Soth is one of the defining publications in the photobook era. First published by Steidl in 2004, it was Soth’s first book, sold through three print runs, and established him as one of the… Find out more »

    $74.95 - $99.95

  • Alec Soth - A Pound of Pictures

    9781913620110 / 9781913620110S


    ‘Alec Soth [is] the great road-tripping witness of American life … A Pound of Pictures free-associates … Connections and themes emerge. One is a sense of people searching among wasteland wildflowers for something unknown.’ The Observer ‘Staying true to Soth’s… Find out more »

    $99.95 - $134.95

  • Alec Soth - I know how furiously your heart is beating *Signed!*


    Signed Edition!

    The new work of the modern master Alec Soth  Signed edition. Embossed linen hardback 84 pages, 30 x 33.5cm Interview with Alec Soth by Hanya Yanagihara Coincides with four solo exhibitions in New York, San Francisco, Minneapolis, and Berlin.  Taking… Find out more »


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