• 200,00 DKK

    Lasse Krog Møller: Alle frisørsalonerne på Amagerbrogade “(All the Hair Dressers on Amagerbrogade”). Forlaget Asterisk, 2019. Leporello, 42 pages, illustrated throughout with b/w photographs. 305 cm when opened. 2nd printing – one of only 150 copies.

  • 200,00 DKK

    “Ear Lights, Eye Sounds. Expanded Cracked Everyday Electronics”. Ediziona Periferia, Luzern, 2014. Large 4to in hardcover, no jacket as issued. 23 x 31 cm, 272 pages, illusrated richly. English text First edition “(1–3) Making the audiovisual recording for the exhibition My first sonic Lok at Bahnmuseum Albula, Bergün, 2013. Installation…

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    “Influential to both art and fashion, Ari Marcopoulos’s unique style of raw immediacy has made him one of the most important contemporary photographers. For thirty years, photographer Ari Marcopoulos has been pioneering contemporary photography by documenting subcultures such as skateboarders and graffiti artists, as well as landscapes and his own family and friends. Since his days printing photographs for Andy Warhol, he has amassed a huge body of work marked by its arresting and unsentimental intimacy that has been influential to the worlds of art, fashion, and photography. Bound to mimic a phone book, Ari Marcopoulos: Directory presents a collection of approximately 1,200 photographs, with curator and critic Neville Wakefield providing insightful commentary on some of Marcopoulos’s singular images.”

  • 300,00 DKK

    “Born in Amsterdam in 1957, Ari Marcopoulos came to New York in 1979 and quickly became part of a downtown art scene that included Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring and Robert Mapplethorpe. Since then, Marcopoulos has become recognized as a leading documentarian of contemporary culture, having chronicled the emerging hip hop scene, shot snowboarders in action and revealed the vicissitudes of his family life. Marcopoulos always appears to have forged a strong connection with the people he photographs, whether celebrated figures-from Andy Warhol to Kiki Smith, John Cage to LL Cool J-or more obscure personalities, so that he captures, without sentimentality or voyeurism, the intimate sensation of their daily lives. His images are particular to a time and place, but reach out to us via familiar themes such as family and the longing for adventure. The first retrospective on Marcopoulos, Within Arm’s Reach collects work from three decades, and is supplemented with an essay by Stephanie Cannizzo”

  • 500,00 DKK

    Paris uden Eiffeltårn (‘Paris uden Eiffeltaarn’ or ‘Paris ohne Eiffelturm’). Copenhagen: Rhodos, 1970. 4to. Publisher’ black cloth with dustjacket. Title in gold. Unpaginated. Illustrated throughout with b/w photographs. Clean and bright fine copy. Dustjacket with small tears and tiny loss to upper left front and lower front edge (see photo)…

  • 500,00 DKK

    Paris: Flammarion, 2002 (1993 in French). Large oversize very heavy Quarto in publishers hardcover with well preserved jacket. 153 & [7] pages, with a frontispiece portrait of the photographer and profuse full-page illustrations of Brassai’s photographs of the graffiti carved and painted on the walls of Paris. The text, in…

  • 400,00 DKK

    Paris After Dark or “Paris by Night”. The English edition of Paris de Nuit. With an Introduction by Paul Morand London: Thames & Hudson, 1987 (1933). Large 4to hardcover with jacket. 48 pages text and 64 full page plates printed in duotone. Minimal wear to jacket spine and light discoloration…

  • 350,00 DKK

    Paris: Maison Europeenne de la Photographies, 2007. Large 4to in hardcover with original dustjacket. Unpaginated, illustrated with photos in color throughout. Near fine copy, clean and with only most minimal superficial edgewear “Tell me what you discard, I’ll tell you who you are.” : This long-term project took many years…

  • 1.500,00 DKK

    Danish anti-establishment / riot photobook

  • 175,00 DKK

    Copenhagen, Gyldendal, 1970. Large 4to in original wraps with jacket. Very fine, clean and well preserved copy. 122 pp. Richly illustrated A very beautiful and still underrated photobook by Danish architect and photographer Christian Elling. Black and white photos of buildings, roof tops, windows, details of houses and streets in…

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    “Timeless and yet a body of work very much of its own post-modern time” (Danto): In a series of photographs evoking B-movies, French New Wave cinema and the films of Hitchcock, Cindy Sherman portrays herself in a variety of guises as stereotypical female characters

  • 400,00 DKK

    Iconic photobook of the sixties