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Christmas CountDown

I dont like to use the "C" word but there are only 5 more shopping weekends before Christmas. so we thought we would send you a few ideas for stocking fillers, presents and collectable photographic books, treat a freind, the family or yourself. All books are new and unopened.

Stocking Fillers



Item Code 3248

PRICE ... £20.00

Edward Steichen - Lives in Photography

 With 250 images this is a large and thorough monograph

Item Code 2951

PRICE ... £60.00

Steve McCurry

In the Sadow of the Mountains

A Collection of previously unpublished photographs of Afganistan and its people.



Item Code 3148

PRICE ... £160.00

Edward Weston - 125 Photographs Deluxe edition

The larger deluxe edition of this great book printed on lush and heavy paper stock in a gold cloth covered slip case. A supurb collection of images from one of Photography’s most influential photographers


Item Code 3250

PRICE ... £12.00

Manuel Alvarez Bravo - The Eyes, His Eyes

This striking album reintroduces some of his overlooked masterpieces and many never-before-seen images from his 80-year career.

Item Code 3086

PRICE ... £.40.00

Nicola Dill - Sea Etchings

 Dill's first monograph, is printed in an oversized format on matt Japanese art paper. This first printing is limited to 500 copies

Item Code 3103

PRICE ... £75.00

Nicola Dill (Signed) - Sea Etchings

This copy has been signed by Dill, this her first monograph, is printed in an oversized format on matt Japanese art paper. First printing is limited to 500 copies

Item Code 2393

PRICE ... £17.50

Adam Brooks - Subjective Realities

a stellar selection of contemporary photography from the Refco Collection.


Item Code 3239

PRICE ... £30.00

Mitch Dobrowner - Storms

Dobrowner has traveled throughout Western and Midwestern America to capture nature in its full fury

Item Code 2339

PRICE ... £100.00

Junko Takash (one picture book) - The Receptionist

Limited to 500 copies, signed and numbered with a small print tipped in

. Tokyo-based photographer Junko Takahashi has selected seven images from her series of portraits of receptionists

Item Code 2262

PRICE ... £17.00

Mary Ellen Mark - Twin

Here Mark turns her acute eye to the extraordinary bond that exists between twins.

Item Code 3116

PRICE ... £65.00

Bella Doka (Signed) - The Sundays of Life

Limited to just 250 Signed & numbered copies this self published book from the Hungarian photographer



Item Code3118

PRICE ... £275.00

Bella Doka (Signed) - The Sundays of Life

This is the Deluxe Boxed Edition limited to 50 Signed and numbered copies with a print and in a clam shell box I have 3 copies available each with a different print.


Item Code 2102

PRICE ... £22.00

James Mollison (Signed) - James and other Apes

 The images are so strong the viewer calls into question the dividing-line between man and animal. 

Item Code 2649

PRICE ... £75.00

Ron van Dongen (Signed) - Aurora

... yielding the deep beauty that arises from such single-minded observation: a precise observation of the physical world,


Item Code 2440

PRICE ... £100.00

Stephen Gill (Signed) - Hackney Flowers

Stephen Gill has again used his surroundings as the inspiration for this beautiful and evocative series. Hackney Flowers has evolved from his longstanding interest in Hackney, east London. 


Item Code 3257

PRICE ... £7.00

Maria Tippett - The Life of Karsh

This is the first biography, written with help from his family and colleagues and based on the Karsh archive in Ottawa. 

Item Code 3284

PRICE ... £55.00

Michael Kenna - France

 Comprising 275 duotone plates, this gorgeous new book was edited by the artist himself, who selected both well-known and previously unpublished material 


Item Code 3220

PRICE ... £130.00

Michael Kenna (Signed) -  Huangshan (1st Edition)

This is the slipcased first edition, which has been signed by the photographer. This is not the limited edition signed and numbered edition.

Item Code 2545

PRICE ... £18.00

Atta Kim - The Museum Project

The Museum Project is comprised of a number of series, such as War Memorial, Sex, Suicide, and other human typologies, each intended to highlight a particular mode of behavior or belief.

Item Code 2280

PRICE ... £60.00

David Bailey (Signed) - Havana

Havana shows Bailey at the height of his powers, producing photographs that reflect his mastery of the full range of the distinct genres of the medium.

Item Code 2291

PRICE ... £100.00

Rene Burri (Signed) - Photographs

Twentyone thematic chapters detail his contributions to our collective understanding of place and personalities from the 20th century.

Item Code 2268

PRICE ... £10.00

Michiko Kon - Still Lifes

with a Surrealist sensibility reminiscent of the works of Man Ray and Meret Oppenheim, skillfully creating a permanent record of impermanent objects.

Item Code 3134

PRICE ... £45.00

John Blakemore (Signed) - Photographs 1955 - 2010

Photographs 1955-2010 is the first major retrospective book of the renowned British photographer John Blakemore which explores the extensive range of work undertaken over a period of almost 60 years of visual exploration.

Item Code 2586

PRICE ... £75.00

Don McCullin (Signed) - In England

This is my personal favourite of all McCullins books. At a time when we might believe the world has changed beyond our imagination, McCullin shows us a view of England where the line between the wealthy and the deprived is as defined as ever.

Item Code 2723

PRICE ... £9.99

Ruth Bernhard - Between Art & Life

Reminiscent of a personal scrapbook, the engaging text is adorned with an abundance of fascinating memorabilia and nostalgic snapshots.

Item Code 3085

PRICE ... £40.00

Boomoon Kwon - Naksan

The winter sea that Boomoon photographed was so stormy it could just as well be called a sea of snow

Item Code 3027

PRICE ... £195.00

Daido Moriyama - ZOO no1

This volume began as "a retrospective collection of photographs on the subject of animals by Daido Moriyama, but goes much further

Item Code 2392

PRICE ... £10.00

David Bradford - Drive by Shootings

Using high-speed black and white film and an automatic camera, Bradford has been shooting the New York streets since 1990. 

Item Code 3213

PRICE ... £50.00

Brommberg & Chanarin - Holy Bible (2nd Printing)

 By allowing elements of the original text to guide their image selection, the artists explore themes of authorship, and the unspoken criteria used to determine acceptable evidence of conflict.


Item Code 2631

PRICE ... £500.00

Josef Hoflehner (Signed) - Nine

Deluxe Limited Edition of just 50, with a signed print

This special edition was sold out prior to publication this copy is in mint condition and still wrapped it its original bubblewrap.
Josef Hoflehner's ninth book features his recent work from Japan, India, Canada and United States. 

Item Code 2317


George Rodger - Village of the Nubas

Phaidon reprint of this classic Book

Item Code 2047


Fleur Olby (Signed)- Fleur

Beautiful "portraits" of flowers, superbly light and composed


Item Code 2702


Stephen Shore (Signed) - Merced River (OPB)

Artist's Proof of this one Picture Book Contains a small signed print tipped into the back of the book.


Item Code 3249


Edward Weston- 125 Photographs

Published to celebrate 125 years of Edward Weston, a superb collection of images, every photographic library should include a copy.

Item Code 2657


Stephen Gill ( Signed) - A Series of Disappointments

Discarded betting slips collected from the floors of Hackney betting shops are the study of this contemporary book.


Item Code 2714


Stephen Gill (Signed)- Set of 6 books from 2007

Hackney Flowers - Signed, numbered + Print,
Archaeology in Reverse - Signed, numbered + Print,
Anoymous Origami - Signed, numbered + Print

plus regular Signed copies of each book to keep your deluxe copies prestine.


Item Code 2261


Scianna, Ferdinando - To Sleep, Perchance to Dream

Softcover edition of this book featured in Parr / Badger The Photobook: A History Volume 1



Item Code 3283


Todd Hido - B Sides Silver Meadow

 Limited to just 500 and quickly out of print, this Box Set comprises 50 images printed on loose cards, presented in a 2 piece lucite box. The selection includes alternate images that didn’t make it into the book, as well as variations of images that did.


Item Code 3187


Todd Hido (Signed) - Excerpt from Silver Meadow

Possibly your last chance to get a signed copy of Hido's latest book


Item Code 2401


Sebastian Selgado - The End of Polo

Sebastião Salgado, known for his dedication to the plight of the world's dispossessed, traveled to five polio endemic countries to photograph the campaign to eradicate polio

Item Code 2717


Josef Hoflehner (Signed) - Big Island

Long out of Print this softcover 20cm x 20cmbook features photographs from Hawaii printed in Duotone on matt art paper


Item Code 23633


Josef Hoflehner (Signed) China: Li River

Limited to just 30 copies this deluxe copy housed in a clam shell box and includes a signed and numbered silver print and book.


Item Code 2114


Martin Parr (Signed) - From our House

A book of Christmas Cards Parr has collected on his travels around the world.

Item Code 2122


Martin Parr (Signed) - Fashion Magazine

Parr's Satirical look at the Fashion World,  bursting with photo stories, magazine sections & fashion columns this is 100% Parr


Item Code 2413


Martin Parr (Signed) - Parking Spaces

Presented as a luxury Wedding Album complete with signed & numbered "invation" sytle card the book features images of Parking Spaces not just any but the last parking space in different car parks.


Item Code 2324


Elliott Erwitt - Handbook

Renowned magnum photographer this book features Hands, and the way they convey emotions.

Item Code 2417


John Darwell (Signed) - Dark Days

This work taken on the north side of the English Lake District looks at the Foot and Mouth epidemic that swept through the UK in 2001 and became one of the most devastating and significant events to affect the British countryside within living memory.


Item Code 2575


Paul Graham (Signed) -  A shimmer of Possibility

This 12 volume set comes in its own shipping box, one of the books have been signed by Paul Graham, the others have never been removed from the box, in perfect condition my last copy of this modern classic.


Item Code 2525


Molly Russel - Dog Show

A remarkable insider perspective gets to the heart of people's love affair with their dogs and our fascination with these shows.

Item Code 2775


Wassinklungren (Signed) - Empty Bottles (2nd Printing)

In this large, thread-bound photo book printed on special blue-backed paper, the collaborative team WassinkLundgren takes a concerted look at the daily ritual of China’s refuse collectors


Item Code 2551


Michael Kenna (Signed)- Mont St Michel

Limited to 250 signed and numbered slip cased copies


Item Code 2395


John Cohen - There is no eye

Many famous faces make an appearance: the crumpled forehead of Jack Kerouac, an impish Bob Dylan, a diffident Franz Kline, and a tousled, aging Woody Guthrie.

Item Code 2182


Nick Waplington - Truth or Consequence

This portrait of small town America shows us the place behind its unusual name, the lives of its people and the landscape they live in, while at the same time constructing a personal tribute to the great American photography.


Item Code 2081


Koishi, Kiyoshi - Shoka Shinkeri

Limited to just 100 numbered copies this is a faithful reproduction of this 1933 Japanese book, complete with thick card pages and Zinc Cover. The ten images in this work were exhibited in Osaka in 1932 and juxtapose movement with stillness, nostalgia with violence, and the appealing fluidity.


Item Code 2450


Mark Leong - China Obscura

Chinese -American photographer Mark Leong was compelled to stay and explore with his camera's lens the fascinating contradictions of a rapidly changing but still intensely traditional Chinese society

Item Code 2871


John Taylor - The old order andthe new: P H Emerson

With reproductions of over 180 prints, this book presents a full account of Emerson's place in the history of photography, discussing both his contribution to the debates on the aesthetics of photography and his technical innovations.


Item Code 2049


Robert Frank (SIGNED) - The Americans

This 1993 edition from cornerhouse is a quality reprint of this iconic edition and has been signed by Robert Frank. Signatures by Robert Frank are as rare as Hens teeth.



Item Code 2831


Lena Herzog - Pilgrims

Photographer Lena Herzog, wife of film director Werner Herzog, presents this evocative album of 146 color images of the holy and the penitent.

Item Code 2588


David Bailey (Signed) - Sert Portfolio #50

This portfolio focuses on his most exciting work since 2000. Always the chronicler of the times, Bailey's subjects here include such personalities as Michael Caine, Morrissey and Damon Albarn.


Item Code 2300


Bert Teunissen (Signed)- Domestic Landscapes - an introduction Manual

The book is spiral bound with stiff card pages, each page has been cut in such away to take one picture, the book has pages to display 15 images. There are 20 pictures that come with the book, printed single sided onto sheets of paper which fit onto the stiff card pages. The idea is that you are then able to edit and arrange the images in any order you desire. Each image is approx 370mm x 300mm


Recently added and back in stock

Title Bailey's East End

Author Bailey, David



Title France

Author Kenna, Michael



Title B - Sides Silver Meadows

Author Hido, Todd

Limited to 500 copies - now out of Print


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Item Code 3273

Title Polariods from Hati (OPB)

Author Jim Goldberg (Signed)

Signed & Numbered by the photographer


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Item Code 3272

Title Witness (OPB)

Author Dan Solomon (Signed)

Signed & Numbered by the photographer


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Item Code 3271

Title iPhone Studies:Reverse Scrubs

Author Richard Misrach (Signed)

Signed & Numbered by the Photographer


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Item Code 3270

Title Supermarket

Author John Divola(Signed)

Signed & Numbered by the Photographer


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Item Code 3269

TITLE ...Stern Portfolio #75 Welt

AUTHOR...Robert Lebeck



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Item Code 3248

Title Edward Steichen: lives in Photography

Author Todd Brandow, William A. Ewing



Item Code 3246

Title Arnold Newman: The Early Work

Author Arnold Newman



Item Code 3251

Title Photopoetry

Author Bravo, Manuel Alvarez



Item Code 3250

Title The Eyes in His Eyes

Author Bravo, Manuel Alvarez



Item Code 3245

Title The American Barn

Author Plowden, David



Item Code 3252

Title Paris as a gameboard; Man Rays Atgets

Author Laxton, Susan



Item Code 3256

Title Pilgrimage

Author Leibovitz, Annie



Item Code 3247

Title Bhutan

Author Pfannmuller, Gunter



Item Code 3257

Title The Life of Yousaf Karsh

Author Tippett, Maria



Item Code 3255

Title The lost photographs of Captain Scott

Author Wilson, David



Each book is limited to just 500 copies, of these 100 will be kept for use of the artist and their galleries.

Approx 50 copies will be tentatively reserved for sale as individual copies, but some of these may be required as additional copies by the artist's galleries.

350 copies will be available as complete sets of all 6 books with each book signed and numbered.

Customers who subscribe to this first set, will be allocated a particular edition number, and if they decide to keep up their subscription, (and there is no obligation to do so ) their future sets will bear the same edition number.
Subscribers to the previous edition are given first refusal on the next edition.

The timetable for future editions will see Set Two published in the spring of 2015 and the aim is then to publish every six to nine months.

This is set to build into a highly sought after, and collectable library of photographic books

Now for the bottom line the price.

Individual copies where available will be priced at £150 per book

Signed and Numbered Sets are priced at £600 per set which works out at just £100 per book

Bevan Davies’s meticulously printed photographs suggest an appreciation of this form of residential architecture with respect both to the facades on which their identities hinge and to the built spaces between those facades. Preferring to photograph during early morning hours on weekends, Davies positioned the film plane of his 8x10-inch camera parallel to the buildings’ fronts, to capture the nuanced play of shadows. The resulting images lend depth to structural and decorative elements that are simultaneously utilitarian and aesthetic. – from ‘Ed Ruscha and Some Los Angeles Apartments’ by Virginia Heckert Los Angeles, 1976 is an exquisitely-produced collection of Bevan Davies’s photographs of Los Angeles residential architecture, a subject perfectly suited to his working methods at that time. Born in 1941 and educated at the University of Chicago during the 1960s, Bevan Davies hit his intellectual and artistic stride in the 1970s, dovetailing perfectly with the uniquely fertile grounds that Los Angeles was becoming during that decade.

San Fernando Valley is where John Divola was born and raised, and it served as both backdrop and subject for his earliest, serious photographic explorations, made during the early 1970s. This previously unpublished body of work shows “the Valley” through the eyes of a young photographer who would soon become an internationally-recognized artist with the exhibition and publication of his much more conceptual “Zuma” series.

The black and white photographs in “San Fernando Valley” comprise a series of subject groupings which, pulled together, show early manifestations of the deadpan humor and the ability to capture everyday scenes wrapped in loneliness, for which Divola is now well-known. The book is also, and not incidentally, a fascinating record of a quintessentially 1970s Los Angeles culture

The images in Steve Kahn’s enigmatic The Hollywood Suites were all made in run-down apartments between the years 1974 and 1976. Alternately provocative and haunting, they were the subject of solo exhibitions on the West Coast and in Europe during that decade and included in noted group exhibitions such asExposing: Photographic Definitions at the Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art in 1976 and The Altered Photograph at P.S. 1 in New York in 1979.

The series divides into two groups of pictures. The Hollywood Suites (nudes) features sexually charged pictures of young women, often partially clad and sometimes cropped. In The Hollywood Suites (mirrors, windows and doors), Kahn concentrated on architectural interiors, making arresting use of windows and doors. The images themselves are grainy and offer an unnaturally sharp contrast between darks and lights. Select examples feature doorways embellished with geometric patterns done in twine.

London-based artist Idris Khan was born in the UK in 1978. Since completing his Master’s Degree with a Distinction in Research at the Royal College of Art in London in 2004, Khan has received international acclaim for his minimal, yet emotionally charged photographs, videos and sculptures and is without question one of the most exciting British artists of his generation. 

Appropriating icons of literature, music, and art, Khan methodically layers his material, whether it is Beethoven’s symphony, Milton’s Paradise Lost, or Bernd and Hilla Becher’s stylized sculpture of water towers. In speaking about his work, Khan says that “every layer is an effect that needs to be created... Each layer is a fallible human decision. There is a decision made as to what I want to keep and what has to disappear. This process allows me to cut out the camera completely.” Each layer in the resulting artwork adds complexity similar to a painter’s mark on a canvas. Khan’s photographs are not “taken”; they are built. The final composite image has the look and feel of a dense, quivering charcoal drawing.

Image | Music | Text presents a selection of Khan’s most powerful imagery to date, enjoying the intimacy of a book’s presentation while taking full advantage of the series’s generous format. The artist’s design incorporates three gatefold spreads, each measuring some thirty inches across.

As one of the most celebrated and influential artists of his generation, Daido Moriyama has been the subject of dozens of books and films, and literally hundreds of exhibitions mounted around the world during the past three decades. His subjects are often sprawling, both geographically and metaphorically, with one influencing the next. In Mantis, however, the act of photographing becomes the subject of the book, decades after the fact. 

In this beautifully produced artist’s book, Moriyama presents 21 frames printed as full-bleed enlargements, all from one contact sheet with an imprinted date of 1987. The book is divided into three unintended chapters, the result of Daido having photographed one subject until his was satisfied, moving on to the next, and then repeating this once more.

The book opens, fantastically, with a close-up of the hand of Masahisa Fukase, the artist’s friend and contemporary, holding a praying mantis which has caught the attention of them both; after several frames, Moriyama abruptly stops and then continues the roll of film inside of a studio apartment elsewhere. A female subject unwittingly and slowly becomes mantis-like in her poses, and gradually she merges into yet another subject, a mysterious set of portraits whose timelessness is given away only by the frames that preceded it.

In the summer of 1973, John Schott drove Route 66 from the midwest to California and back, sleeping in his pick-up truck and photographing with an 8x10-inch Deardorf view camera. Among his subjects were vintage motels situated along the highway, and it was a selection of these photographs that, two years later, were included in William Jenkins’ seminal New Topographics exhibition at the George Eastman House.

The twenty images that were included in this exhibition have been well-documented, though never reproduced in a manner showing the richness of detail and tone displayed in the original contact prints.

We are pleased to announce that, as part of our NZ Library, a beautifully printed, oversized book is now available which presents not only the 20 photographs originally shown from this important body of work, but all 47 photographs included in the artist’s complete set of archived images. This important new publication opens with an illuminating essay by Britt Salvesen, Department Head and Curator of the Wallis Annenberg Department of Photography, and the Department Head and Curator of Prints and Drawings, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and a leading expert on the subject.

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We do our best to keep as many Photographic titles as possible, but can't hold stock of every title so if we do not have the book you want email us and we will let you know if we can get it and at what price. Any NEW books not listed or in stock can be ordered at a 10% discount to publishers list prices, please email.

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