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    Copenhagen: Det Gr. Selskab, 1941 (1940). Publisher’s decorated hardcover with clothspine. 189 pp. Very well preserved, clean and fine copy with only minimal wear to cover. Excellent First edition, 2nd printing. – Illustrated with Jette Bang’s photos from Greenland. Chosen as one the 28 most important Danish photo books for…

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    Copenhagen: Det Gr. Selskab, 1941 (1940). Publisher’s decorated hardcover with clothspine. 189 pp. Very well preserved, clean and fine copy with only minimal wear to cover. Excellent copy. SIGNED IN HAND by Jette Bang: “Med venlig hilsen / Jette Bang” (“Best Wishes, Jette Bang”) First edition, 2nd printing. – Illustrated…

  • 300,00 kr.

    BFOTOMONTAZE MIECZYSLAWA BERMANA / Mieczyslaw Berman: PHOTO-COLLAGES Poland: Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Artystyczno-Graficzne RSW “Prasa”, 1964. Oblong 8vo in wraps as issued. 23,5×21,5 cm, 11 pages text in Polish and 36 full page plates, several with colors. Near fine clean copy with light edgewear First edition. Scarce Mieczyslaw Berman was one of…

  • 175,00 kr.

    Edited by Michael Gasser and Nicole Graf : “SCIENCE IN SIGHT: Scientific Photography from the Image Archive, ETH Bibliothek. The interplay between photography and science”. Published by Scheidegger & Spiess, 2013. 4to hardcover, no jacket as issued. 208 pages, 66 color and 141 b/w illustrations. Text in both English and…

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    ‘A Zebra is A Striped Donkey’, uncommon Danish photobook with photos from Kenya and Tanzania, this copy including ORIGINAL VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPH from the book Photograph measures 16,5 x 23,3 cm app. and is vintage print on Agfa paper, not signed or stamped by photographer. Well preserved fine copy Copenhagen: Eks-Skolens…

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    550,00 kr.

    Scarce copy of the First UK edition, 1st printing – an attractive copy of one of the most important books on photography of all times

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    In this book Shore brings together 80 images (by such photographers as Walker Evans, Eugene Atget, Robert Adams, Diane Arbus, Frank Gohlke, Lee Friedlander and Jan Groover) to illustrate a process of looking at and understanding photography