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    Edited by David Travis: Edward Weston: The Last Years in Carmel. The Art Institute of Chicago and Distributed Art Publishers, New York, 2001. 27.5 x 28.5 cm. Quarto hardcover with jacket. 144 pages, richly illustrated with 108 tritone reproductions. Fine clean attractive copy in a protected dustjacket First edition

  • 450,00 DKK

    Johns Hopkins University Press, 1996. Oblong small 4to in wraps as issued. 136 pages, illustrated throughout with finely printed color photographs. Light edgewear, overall a near fine / fine clean copy First edition, 1st printing “Change is endemic to the West: We cannot return, either as a culture or as…

  • 175,00 DKK

    “Hungary’s Fight for Freedom: A Special 96-Page Picture Report by the Editors of Life”. New York, Time Life, 1956. Original stapled wraps as issued. 96 pages. Fully illustrated. Wrappers worn, with tears etc. Just about acceptable copy. Comes in acid-free archival plastic pocket. Complete orginal issue Documentary photography in one…

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    Frøstrup sommeren 1970: Tekst- og billedudvalg: Claus Clausen. Copenhagen: Husets Bogcafe, 1971. Large folio format in original photoillustrated stapled wraps (37 x 29 cm). Illustrated throughout with b/ w photographs. Some edgewear but overall well preserved. 1. and only printing Rather sensational copy of this Danish photobook documentary made as…

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    “The Animals. With an Afterword by John Szarkowski”. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 2014 (1969). Oblong 8vo hardcover, with jacket. 43 pages.   Second edition, 1st hardcover edition. Beautiful copy

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    300,00 DKK

    New York: Pantheon Books, 2005. Hardcover, with jacket. XII; 285 pages, with illustrations. Near fine clean copy Brilliant essay on photography americana – really among the very best books on photography of all times: Walker Evans, Weston, Frank, Winogrand, Michael Ormerod, etc. First edition, 1st printing  

  • 249,00 DKK

    Forlaget Ark, 2020. 64 sider. Hardcover. Nyt eksemplar.

  • 100,00 DKK

    By Knud Bidstrup. Copenhagen, 1963. Original wrappers with dustjacket in rare original slipcase. 35 pp. Illustrated with b/w photographs of Danish gravel pits. Produced for Henriksen + Henriksen Gasbeton. Some rubbing to spine else overall a very good copy Very finely printed book in cool 1960’s graphic design. First edition

  • 349,00 DKK

    Enghelab Street, Revolution Street, is located in the centre of Tehran – a main artery in the city’s cultural life with a host of bookshops. The publication presents a variety of photographic and propaganda books collected by Iranian artist Hannah Darabi. Drawing on works published between 1979 and 1983—years corresponding to the short period when freedom of speech prevailed at the end of the Shah’s regime and the beginning of the Islamic government—she takes us to the heart of an intense artistic and cultural period in Iranian history. Darabi has developed a visual essay accompanied by a critical apparatus written by Chowra Makaremi. The publication with its extensive landscape of books gives us the opportunity to look at rare printed matter for the first time

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    BILDER / PICTURES. Portfolio No. 3. Edition Staeck, 1971 to 1972. Complete with four original stapled and handstamped booklets in original slipcase – 9 Bilder (Cyclists, 1971 / 152 Bilder (Portraits of Women, 1971) / 15 Bilder (Trees) and 10 Bilder (Sailboats). Only superficial wear to slipcase folder and a…

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    New York: Congreve, 1978. Small4to. Publisher’s black cloth with well preserved dustjacket. 152 pp. Illustrated with photographs in black-and-white and colour. Text in English. Very good copy Early photo book by Helmut Newton (his sesond) and one his most well executed : A porno chic album. Included in ‘Book of…

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    Since the mid-1990s, Henrik Olesen has used media such as collage, sculpture, and minimalistic spatial intervention to investigate the social construction of identity and its historiography. Through the appropriation of source images and contextual shifts not dissimilar to the method invented by Aby Warburg for his “Mnemosyne Atlas,” Olesen probes the associations between homosexuality and its criminalization in the past, as well as in the present. His archival work sheds light on the enduring existence of spaces for Others, and inscribes homosexual subculture once more into the history of art and culture