• 100,00 kr.

    Forlaget Rhodos, 1975. 211 pp. Hft. Omslag med brugsspor. Indvendig ren Eet af Brøgger’s hovedværker og et hovedværk i dansk litteratur i det hele taget Med omslag af Michael Malling

  • 345,00 kr.

    “Girls, Girls, Girls,” by Swedish photographer Julia Peirone. Born in 1973, a Stockholm-based artist, he first encountered photography at the age of 10 and fell in love with Robert Capa’s work collection when his mother came at the age of 14. Initially, journalism, documentaries and even street photography. Seems to have been the center of interest. However, since I learned about Cindy Sherman’s works, the world of “art photography” is not only about telling the facts and showing records, but also about creating photographs that create a functional world view and inspire readers with various imaginations. I am fascinated by the charm. This book is a collection of catalog works published at the occasion of Peirone’s retrospective exhibition that visited two Swedish museums from 2017 to 2018. We will emphasize it by making a still image of the momentary beauty, ugliness, transience, and loneliness that a woman shows. It is a number of works filled with real charm that can be conveyed only by photographs”

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    An October Book / Cambridge: MIT press, 2005. 8vo (24x18cm) in wraps. xi,338 pp. Illustrated. Fine clean copy. First edition, softcover “The art of Louise Bourgeois stages a dynamic encounter between modern art and psychoanalysis, argues Mignon Nixon in the first full-scale critical study of the artist’s work. A pivotal…

  • 400,00 kr.

    Nordic Watercolour Museum, 2011. 4to. Hardcover, with jacket. 112 pages. Illustrated throughout in color. Text in both English and Swedish. Only very light wear to edges of cover else clean and overall a fine copy First edition – attractive copy “Bourgeois was born on 25 December 1911 in Paris, but…

  • 399,00 kr.

    Zurich: Scalo for Steidl, 1999. Small quarto hardcover with dustjacket. 160 pages, illustrated throughout. Fine clean copy First edition. By the author of “Dirty Windows”

  • 349,00 kr.

    Butlers hovedværk om forholdet mellem vores køn, vores begær og vores krop: (…) en dyb analyse af, hvordan vores kulturs ideer – om heteroseksuelt begær, om at det feminine er passivt og det maskuline aktivt, og om hvad en mand og en kvinde overhovedet er for noget – tegner og udstanser de skabeloner, vi bruger til at forstå den biologiske verden med. De skabeloner, vi bruger til at beslutte, hvilke kroppe der er betydningsfulde nok til at kunne genkendes og navngives og hyldes som naturlige og måske endda normale – og hvilke, der forbliver usynlige, undertrykte eller sygeliggjorte

  • 79,00 kr.

    Elbe, Lili. – Steinbock, Eliza. – Maaike Bleeker. – Mörsch, Carmen et al:. Re-Visioning Bodies. Published by Spector Books with HKW, 2021. Softcover. 69 pages, illustrated. Text in English. Fine clean unread copy. From the DNA series (Das Neue Alphabet / The New Alphabet) # 10 1. ed. – This…

  • 750,00 kr.

    “Marlene Dumas is one of the most prominent and influential painters working today. In an era dominated by the mass media and a proliferation of images, her work is a testament to the meaning and potency of painting. Dumas draws on her expansive visual archive and the nuances of language to create intense, psychologically charged works which explore themes such as sexuality, love, death, and guilt, often referencing art history and current affairs. Her paintings and drawings are characterized by their extraordinary expressiveness and sometimes controversial subject matter. This fully illustrated exhibition catalogue accompanies a major exhibition at the Tate Modern, the Stedelijk Museum, and the Fondation Beyeler. Surveying the artist’s oeuvre from the mid-70s to the present, it features over 100 of her most important paintings and drawings alongside lesser-known works from the early period of her career. The Image as Burden also includes a new interview with the artist; extracts from previously published but lesser-known texts (some available in English for the first time); and a new short story from prize-winning author Colm Tóibín written in response to the paintings. Essays and texts from a wide range of contributors examine the key themes and motifs in her work and reflect on Dumas’s entire career”

  • 70,00 kr.

    Label: Karen Blixen Museet, 2000 2 x CD 1-1 Farah (DR 24.3.1950) 49:01 1-2 En Båltale, Første Halvdel (DR 11.1.1953) 23:27 2-1 En Båltale, Anden Halvdel (DR 11.1.1953) 24:09 2-2 Rungstedlund – En Radiotale (DR 6.7. Og 3.8.1958) 48:10

  • 245,00 kr.

    BLIXEN, Karen (Tania). – Dinesen, Isak. – Arendt, Hannah: University of Chicago Press, 1979. Publishers hardcover with protected dustjacket. XXV, 229 pp. Very good clean copy First US edition

  • 345,00 kr.

    Four Corners Books, 2006 / 2007. Large 4to in wraps as issued. 128 pages, richly illustrated. As new, unopened copy

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    “Re: Colonised Planet 5, Shikasta” tells the secret history of Earth from the perspective of the advanced Canopus civilisation that is thinking in eons rather than centuries. The history spans from the very beginning of life into a future World War Three. It includes the trial of all Europeans for the crimes of colonialism, “The Marriages Between Zones Three, Four and Five” depicts the influence of unknown higher powers on interactions between a series of civilizational “zones” of varying degrees of advancement that encircle the planet Earth. One zone is representative of an overtly feminine high civilisation initially coupled by royal marriage to a militant and male civilisation. The novel culminates with the latter, male, civilisation allying with a tribal female realm again following directives from Canopus, and “The Sirian Experiments ” focuses, like Shikasta, on the history of Earth, but from the perspective of visitors from Sirius rather than Canopus. The Sirians are depicted as a highly managed society, with fascist overtones, that attempts experiments on lesser civilisations while trying to mitigate the stagnation of their ruling class. The story is told from the perspective of Ambien II, one of a peer group of five who rule Sirius”