Private 2: Emma, Okura
£ 115.00 GBP
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‘Private 2: Emma’ is an candid story-portrait of model Emma Sugimoto by Japanese photographer Shunji Okura. The publication features over 50 black and white photographs, both portraits and nudes, scenes from daily life, in a soft, blurred and grainy monochrome – a sentimental and intimate example of erotic Japanese photography from the 1970s. Released as a supplement issue to Camera Mainichi - a monthly photography magazine in Japan established with the help of Robert Capa, featuring singular and unconventional work in photography.
Dali, Gérard
£ 155.00 GBP
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A luxurious volume featuring numerous and unique superbly printed illustrations, including startling details and many works never before reproduced, juxtaposed with Dali’s own thoughts on the subjects that most deeply concern him and his painting – war, his wife Gala, space-time, eroticism, mysticism, etc – and all wrapped in a candy-box cover for the delectation of the art-lover.
ICON STATIONS, Daniel Adhami
£ 38.00 GBP
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A photographic index of wayside shrines by Daniel Adhami, published by Reference Press.
Cut Short, Thapar
£ 10.99 GBP
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Drawing on the latest research and interviews with experts, this refreshingly nuanced and beautifully written book interweaves the stories of a cast of characters at the sharp end of Britains serious youth violence epidemic. It is a blueprint for positive change, and a book we desperately need. This condition is very fine, no creases nor marks.
Earth and Moon 360* Book, Yusuke Oono
£ 30.00 GBP
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360* Book is an innovative format of expression. With its unique book binding technique, the book dynamically opens 360* degrees and shows a panoramic world. Unopened, perfect condition.
Broken Spectre, Mosse
£ 49.00 GBP
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A dazzlingly ambitious, enviably successful work of great mastery and art, Richard Mosse's Broken Spectre is his most ambitious work to date. Emerging from 5 years in the Amazon Rainforest, documenting the environmental terrorism, indigenous communities and flora and fauna of the area, Mosse manages to create a deeply environmental work that pushes the boundaries of photographic and film mediums. Published by Loose Joints.