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+++ Current Information +++

Sarah Moon
Exhibtion Now and then

With a special focus on the film works, for the first time ever the oeuvre of the photographer Sarah Moon will be presented as a retrospective in the House of Photography at the Deichtorhallen in Hamburg from November 27, 2015, to February 21, 2016. Some 350 photographs and five films allow visitors to immerse themselves in Sarah Moon’s magical world.

The catalog will be relased in January 2016.

Book Signing with Sarah Moon
House of Photography at the Deichtorhallen
Thursday, January 28th, 5−7pm



+++ Recent Publications +++
Detail: Goethe-Institut Moskau
Goethe-Institut Moskau
Die Zukunft fotografieren

The project and the exhibition both pursue this utopian potential of contemporary photography and were realised by the Goethe-Institut Moscow on the occasion of the German Year.

ISBN 978-3-86828-500-0
Euro 24,90
2015

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Detail: Eyes Wide Open. 100 Years of Leica Photography
Eyes Wide Open. 100 Years of Leica Photography

Just in time to mark a milestone birthday of the legendary compact camera, and for the first time in this thematic breadth, this volume with about 800 images offers a wide artistic and cultural history of the Leica from the 1920s to the present day.

ISBN 978-3-86828-523-9
Euro 98,–
2014

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Detail: Kirill Golovchenko
Kirill Golovchenko
Bitter Honeydew

In emphatic portraits, Bitter Honeydew documents the street vendors’ daily struggle for survival. The series was awarded the Abisag-Tüllmann-Prize in 2013.

ISBN 978-3-86828-525-3
Euro 38,–
2015

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Detail: Regine Petersen
Regine Petersen
FIND A FALLEN STAR

In Find a Fallen Star, Regine Petersen uses the stories of meteorite falls as a background for her multifaceted narratives; a rock crashing through the roof of an Alabama home in the 1950's and hitting a woman, a group of children recovering a meteorite in their village in post-war Germany, and a more recent event in India involving two Rajasthani nomads.

ISBN 978-3-86828-597-0
Euro 49,90
2015

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Detail: Bruce Gilden
Bruce Gilden
Hey Mister, throw me some beads!

»Hey Mister, throw me some beads!« is a phrase that is iconic in New
Orleans' Mardi Gras street argot. Strings of beads, doubloons, and other
trinkets are passed out or thrown from the floats in the Mardi Gras
parades to spectators lining the streets.

ISBN 978-3-86828-608-3
Euro 44,-
2015

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Detail: Emine Gozde Sevim
Emine Gozde Sevim
Embed in Egypt

As tensions continue to rise in the aftermath of Mubarak’s fall and protests and violence remain in the streets, “Embed in Egypt” tells the story of the parallel reality of everyday life, manifested in personal moments.

ISBN 978-3-86828-618-2
Euro 34,90
2015

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Detail: Elina Brotherus
Elina Brotherus
CARPE FUCKING DIEM

At the heart of Elina Brotherus’ new monograph Carpe Fucking Diem is her series Annonciation. The series addresses a topic still very much a taboo: that of involuntary childlessness.

ISBN 978-3-86828-626-7
Euro 49,90
2015

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Detail: Erin Feinberg
Erin Feinberg
KING FOR A DAY

King for a Day reminds us that there is a little bit of Elvis in each and every one of us. And these devotees choose to wear it on their sleeve!

ISBN 978-3-86828-635-9
Euro 39,90
2015

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Detail: Meinrad Hofer
Meinrad Hofer
WITNESS. Realities of forced emigration 1938 – 1945

In his work Witness Meinrad Hofer explores the life circumstances and experiences of Austrian Jews who, between 1938 and 1945 under Nazi oppression, left their homeland and emigrated to the USA.

ISBN 978-3-86828-615-1
Euro 34,90
2015

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Detail: Mahdi Ehsaei
Mahdi Ehsaei
AFRO-IRAN. THE UNKNOWN MINORITY

Ehsaei set out to the Hormozgan Province in the Persian Gulf to shed some light on this part of Iran, which is home to the descendants of enslaved people and traders from Africa.

ISBN 978-3-86828-655-7
Euro 34,90
2015

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Detail: Ronan Guillou
Ronan Guillou
COUNTRY LIMIT

On a long odyssey across America, Ronan Guillou explores the territories situated beyond the city limits of several States

ISBN 978-3-86828-630-4
Euro 39,90
2015

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Detail: Daniel Traub
Daniel Traub
LITTLE NORTH ROAD. Africa in China

Little North Road is a photographic collaboration that looks at a pedestrian bridge in the middle of Guangzhou. The bridge serves as a symbolic gateway into China from Africa.

ISBN 978-3-86828-629-8
Euro 39,90
2015

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Detail: KayLynn Deveney
KayLynn Deveney
ALL YOU CAN LOSE IS YOUR HEART

KayLynn Deveney’s photographs explore »storybook ranch-style« homes built throughout the American Southwest in the 1950s and ‘60s.

ISBN 978-3-86828-611-3
Euro 39,90
2015

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Detail: Noel Bowler
Noel Bowler
UNION

Bowler’s photographs document the interior spaces of trade union offices in 14 different countries, all with distinct cultural and historical differences.

ISBN 978-3-86828-619-9
Euro 48,-
2015

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Detail: Tami Amit
Tami Amit
INSOMNIA

The work of still photographer Tami Amit generates various shifts from what we know as staged photography.

ISBN 978-3-86828-637-3
Euro 34,90
2015

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Detail: Ida Pimenoff
Ida Pimenoff
BOOK OF HOURS

Book of Hours is the third photobook by Finnish photographer Ida Pimenoff. In her new work, Pimenoff combines images of everyday life with text: short pieces of fiction, random thoughts, memories.

ISBN 978-3-86828-627-4
Euro 34,90
2015

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Detail: Ji Hyun Kwon
Ji Hyun Kwon
THE GUILTY

Guilt is both the starting point and the subject matter of this conceptual photo series – or perhaps better put, performance.

ISBN 978-3-86828-642-7
Euro 29,90
2015

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Detail: Jonna Kina
Jonna Kina
FOLEY OBJECTS

The series Foley Objects involves a game of synaesthesia. In this work Jonna Kina plays with viewers’ expectations and with the conceptual delimitations of the photographic medium.

ISBN 978-3-86828-646-5
Euro 29,90
2015

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Detail: Kunstforum Wien
Kunstforum Wien
LIEBE IN ZEITEN DER REVOLUTION

The Kunstforum Vienna will focus on the ground-breaking achievements of the Russian avant-garde from a new perspective: the artist couple.

ISBN 978-3-86828-634-2
Euro 39,90
2015

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Detail: RENCONTRES DE BAMAKO BIENNALE AFRICAINE DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE 10ème édition
RENCONTRES DE BAMAKO BIENNALE AFRICAINE DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE 10ème édition
Telling Time

Catalogue of the 10th anniversay edition of the pan-African Film-and Photofestival in Bamakao.

ISBN 978-3-86828-669-4
Euro 39,90
2015

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Detail: Ben Vautier
Ben Vautier
IS EVERYTHING ART?

Ben Vautier has been a presence in language and art as an artist, performer, organizer, and inventor since the late 1950s.

ISBN
Euro 49,90
2015

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Detail: Via Lewandowsky
Via Lewandowsky
HOKUSPOKUS

Hokuspokus will present works that investigate misunderstandings and absurdities surrounding belief, superstition, fetish, aura, knowledge, and reason.

ISBN 978-3-86828-652-6
Euro 29,90
2015

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Detail: Helinä Hukkataival
Helinä Hukkataival
SPACE BETWEEN RITUAL AND CARNIVAL

Helinä Hukkataival, a Finnish visual artist, works with video and photography, live performance art and performance installations.

ISBN 978-3-86828-628-1
Euro 34,90
2015

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Detail: Nancy Atakan
Nancy Atakan
PASSING ON

Over the past decades American-Turkish artist Nancy Atakan has developed a practice in which the past and future intersect in order to complicate our understanding of the present.

ISBN 978-3-86828-643-4
Euro 29,90
2016

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Detail: Alexandra Lier
Alexandra Lier
THE WOLRD´S FASTEST PLACE. Bonneville Land Speed Racing

Nowhere else have so many land speed records been set as at the Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah.

ISBN 978-3-86828-613-7
Euro 39,90
2015

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Detail: Jean-Robert Dantou / Florence Weber
Jean-Robert Dantou / Florence Weber
THE WALLS DONT SPEAK / LES MURS NE PARLENT PAS

Dantou's trilogy questions photographic representations of madness from different perspectives

ISBN 978-3-86828-650-2
Euro 39,90
2015

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Detail: Fritz Winter
Fritz Winter
DIE 1960ER JAHRE. JAHRZEHNT DER FARBE

By the time of his much-acclaimed presentation at the first documenta in Kassel in 1955, Fritz Winter had established himself as one of the most important German representatives of abstract painting and had become an embodiment of modernism in West Germany after World War II

ISBN 978-3-86828-663-2
29,90 Euro
2015

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Detail: Kent Klich
Kent Klich
Black Friday

In collaboration with Amnesty International and Forensic Architecture, Kent Klich documents the carnage in Rafah during the 2014 Israel/Gaza conflict.
In one day, the first of August 2014, IDF, (Israel Defense Forces) killed more than 130, men, women and children, mostly civilians on the streets of Rafah, Gaza.

ISBN 978-3-86828-666-3
29,90 Euro
2015

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Detail: Jessica Backhaus
Jessica Backhaus
Six Degrees of Freedom

Jessica Backhaus (b. 1970) examines, with her latest photographic series Six degrees of freedom, universal questions of human existence.

ISBN 978-3-86828-667-0
39,90 Euro
2015

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Detail: Gosbert Gottmann
Gosbert Gottmann
Spectators

Gosbert Gottman’s Spectators is a collection of photographs dedicated to fame, fortune and power. The universe of the spectator is driven by the impact of media. Entertainment, sports, business, religion and nationality supply the events.

ISBN 978-3-86828-668-7
29,90 Euro
2015

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Detail: C/O Berlin Talents 35: David Favrod / Julia Katharina Thiemann
C/O Berlin Talents 35: David Favrod / Julia Katharina Thiemann
Hikari

In the cycle of photographs Hikari, photographer David Favrod retraces the experiences of his grandparents in Kobe

ISBN 978-3-86828-662-5
Euro 24,90
2015

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Detail: Edson Chagas
Edson Chagas
Found Not Taken

Taken out of their context and photographed in relation to a carefully chosen background, mundane items are turned into abstract icons that animate the city.

ISBN 978-3-86828-672-4
Euro 39,90
2015

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Detail: Matt Henry
Matt Henry
Short Stories

Matt Henry's artistic and academic practice focus on the politics of America during the 1960s and 1970s.

ISBN 978-3-86828-670-0
Euro 39,90
2015

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Detail: Timotheus Tomicek
Timotheus Tomicek
Hit or Miss

Tomicek presents us with an artist book with mixed media: photography, illustration, painting, sculpture and text.

ISBN 978-3-86828-659-5
Euro 39,90
2015

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Detail: Normand Rajotte
Normand Rajotte
COMME UN MURMURE / LIKE A WHISPER

Unprecedented body of work that updates
the traditional photographic approach to landscape

ISBN 978-3-86828-658-8
Euro 35,-
2015

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Detail: Christophe Gin
Christophe Gin
Colony / Colonie

Winner of the 6th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award / Lawless areas in France

ISBN 978-3-86828-674-8
49,90 Euro
2015

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Detail: Museum Tinguely
Museum Tinguely
Belle Haleine – The Scent of Art. Interdisciplinary Symposium

This publication is the distillate of an interdisciplinary symposium held in the Museum Tinguely in April 2015 in conjunction with the exhibition Belle Haleine – The Scent of Art.

ISBN
Euro 29,90
2016

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