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  • 600,00 kr.

    The year 1990 marks a great loss in the life of the famous Japanese photographer: the death of his wife with whom he had shared every project for twenty years. This volume affectionately and dramatically documents the sad course of the disease until her passing. Certainly a less usual aspect in the vast production of Araki, who reached great fame in 1971 with a volume entitled “Sentimental Journey”, dedicated to his honeymoon with his wife and companion. One of the books that the author himself counts among his most important out of more than 500 published since the beginning of his career

    A memorial volume to Yoko, it opens with some photos from the first Sentimental Journey, and includes photos of Yoko in the hospital and of her funeral. Wistful commentary by Araki. It closes joyously with a photo of Chiro [their cat] walking briskly in the snow

  • 1.200,00 kr.

    Shinoyama’s first photobook published in magazine style. With text by Yukio Mishima and Makato Wada and designed by Gan Hosoya. Ultra hip and very well done, as well as finely printed. An incredible first book by Shinoyama that would cement his reputation as master of the nude

  • 600,00 kr.

    “William Klein always dreamed of living in Paris and PARIS + KLEIN gathers together hundreds of photographs shot by Klein from the time he first picked up a camera in the 1960s until he put it down, momentarily, to put together this book. In his signature color and black-and-white compositions, jostled to the brim with more information than a single camera lens was ever expected to take in, we find: men in the street, celebrities, demonstrations, fashion, the police, politics, races, the m»tro, soccer, death. . .The whole life of a capital seen through the lively, acidic, melancholic, humorous, irnoical, and moving eyes of William Klein”

  • 245,00 kr.

    Japan: Aoyama / Bell Commons G.I.P, 1990. Squarish 8vo in stiff wraps as issued (22 x 23 cm). Unpaginated, with numerous Black & White plates. Text in Japanese and English. Good to very good copy Edition originale – First edition. Uncommon Sieff item

  • 700,00 kr.

    Munich: Graphics Photos Art, 1988. Original stiff wrappers as issued. App. 100 pages illustrated with photos in b/w and color with a short essay by Stephen Saban. Fine, well preserved and clean copy First edition. ‘254 E 2nd Street N.Y. City’ refers to the street in Manhattan’s East Village neighborhood…

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    Hoje Huse – Grandes constructions – Tall Houses. Copenhague, Henriksen+Henriksen, December 1962. Original square illustrated wrappers, 228x210mm. 36 pp. Illustrated with photographs printed b/w and orange 1962, Text by Erik Møller, photos de Jesper Hom and Ole Wanscher, graphic design by Jacobsen+Johansen. Light edgewear, overall a very good copy

  • 70,00 kr.

    Bullit, Pasolini, Rosemary’s Baby, Zabriskie Point (with cover shot by Bruce Davidson) – a KILLER ISSUE!

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    Flemming Arnholm & Klaus Rifbjerg. Copenhagen: Forlaget Rhodos, 1969. Original paper boards. Unpaginated. Very good copy with only minor edgewear Largely unknown 60s hip artist book by Danish photographer Flemming Arnholm and poet Klaus Rifbjerg: ‘Fotografier og digte fra New York’ (‘Photographs and poems from New York’). Poems by Rifbjerg…

  • 200,00 kr.

    Det lyse kammer. Bemærkninger om fotografiet. Politisk revy / Rævens Sorte Bibliotek, 1987 (1983). 159 pp. Hft. Med illustrationer. Omslag med brugsspor ellers pæn Første danske udgave, 2. oplag, på godt papir

  • 400,00 kr.

    A beautiful photobook classic, 1st edition

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    1.200,00 kr.

    A beautiful photobook classic, 1st edition

  • 700,00 kr.

    Lovely classic vintage Harper’s Bazaar issue from the Carmel Snow Era, an absolute Supermagazine with Alexey Brodovitch as the art director and Diana Vreeland fashion editor. Photos by Louise Dahl-Wolfe including a double spread with Marlene Dietrich. Photos also by Man Ray, and Munkacsi, Kollar, etc. Several pages of illustrations by Vertes. Legendary Cover illustration by Cassandre