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Fall/Winter 2014/2015

The Double Elephant Press

Thomas Zander asked me to write a few words


explaining how the Double Elephant Press came
to be and what transpired during the early years
1969 through 1972. Following is my recollection of
the period, some of which might be accurate:

One day, I was watching Kitajs printer and noticed


that at the top of an order form he was writing
Double Elephant Throughout. Historically, the
phrase Double Elephant was used to describe
the size of a book and the technique for binding.
However, over the years (a few hundred) the phrase
Double Elephant was employed to request the
highest grades of paper, ink and materials available.
That is why we called it the Double Elephant Press.

Burt Wolf

See page 41: Double Elephant 197374


Young June Lee is an art
critic. In his research he
focuses on the meaning of
machines that form the core
of the contemporary world. He
recently published the book
Pegasus 10000 miles which is
based on his travel experience
on board of the CMA CGM The Time of The Paper that Steidl Is Preserving
Pegasus, one of the worlds Young June Lee
biggest containerships.
He also published Nervous
City, a photobook with his
In the long history of media, is paper marked or unmarked? Seen in relation with
own photographs and texts
looking at the chaos of the the digital media paper is unmarked, for it is the original base of meaning and
contemporary city. He is
currently teaching contemporary
white. Compared to the digital, paper is less burdened with technology. Paper
art at Kaywon School of Art is marked in two ways. First, when something is written on it and it is edited and
and Design, Euiwang, Korea.
bound to be a volume. In the diverse procedures of treating it, the paper loses its
Excerpt from the exhibition original form and gets marked. Second, other media emerge after paper and it is
catalogue, How to Make a Book
with Steidl, Daelim Museum, surrounded by them. The paper, originally unmarked, gets surrounded by media
Seoul, South Korea, 2013 environment and marked by the contexts it creates. In this case, paper does not
do anything but stands still and yet gets marked by the change of other things.
The photographic film had remained unmarked until 2000. As photography has
become digitalized, film also has become marked, which means it has been given
a character that did not belong to it in the past. In short, it was the change of the
circumstances that marked the film. So any photographer who still uses film today
is always questioned about the legitimacy of the medium. But as this question
assumes that a certain medium always has to give, it is an ideological one.
Robert Polidoris axiom, We make the digital to forget, the analogue to remem-
ber readily demonstrates the volatility or vanity inherent in digital media. Then
the questions arise: What will we remember in analogue media? Do we have to
remember what we dont want to remember? What are the modes of remem-
brance in the digital age? Steidl seems to focus on paper books for he wants to
create a place for memory in the age of volatile digital media. The procedure of
republishing Robert Franks seminal photography book The Americans shows that
such a work must have been very elaborate. Although the endless list of the artists
who worked with Steidl is already a testimony to his commitment to art and publi-
cation, the procedure of making Robert Franks book has been truly monumental.
Steidl republished the book which had already been out in France and America
in 1959. This new publication can be called a new interpretation of Franks work.
This has led to a long term publication project that encompasses Franks diverse
photographic works, a film and furthermore an exhibition at the National Gallery
in Washington D.C. commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the books first
publication.
In publication there is always the agony about the status of the paper book in
the age of digital media. We have more options in the market than in the past.
We have electronic books, blogs and social media. Such a circumstance nur-
tures skepticism about publishing cumbersome paper books. In an oscillating
view toward them, discourses are also invented to justify paper books; a book is
a souvenir, fills the shelf and so on. Steidl wants to be the rescuer of the paper in
crisis. The binary opposition that separates the digital and the analogue is wrong
because of the speed of separation is too fast. The crisis of paper comes from the
hasty mind that thinks the analogue is obsolete and the digital is the future. Steidl
refuses such fabricated antagonisms. If the speed of separation of the digital and
the analogue is in the range of a thousand years we dont have to talk about the
crisis of paper. Just like an ancient pagoda still beautiful today, the information
based on analogue paper can be useful and beautiful in a thousand years from
now. Steidl is not just preserving the material of paper but the long, slow and old
sense of time. That we have forgotten all too fast, easily.

Photo by Koto Bolofo 5


Index Contents

Artists Polidori, Robert 4977 Gender Studies 117 3 Editorial Young June Lee 77 Nouhad Makdissi (ed.) Beirut Mission
Reeves, Keanu 87 Generation AK 79 4 Index 79 Stephen Dupont Generation AK
Abbott, Berenice 147 Rheims, Bettina 11517 Heroes of Labour 123 5 Contents 81 William Eggleston From Black and White to Color
A-chan 91 Roitfeld, Carine 85 History of Communism, A 131 6 How to contact us 83 Arthur Elgort The Big Picture
Bailey, David 55 Ruwedel, Mark 69 Howard Greenberg Collection 141 Press enquiries 85 Lagerfeld/Roitfeld The Little Black Jacket
Baltz, Lewis 45 Savulich, Andrew 33 I Just Arrived in Paris 111 How to contact our imprint partners 87 Grant/Reeves Shadows
Basilico, Gabriele 77 Saxton, Martha 73 In America 15 89 Hkan Ludwigson Balls and Bulldust
Bolofo, Koto 133 Schles, Ken 3537 In Color 27 Distribution 91 A-chan Saltn Vinegar
Brookman, Philip 95 Schmidt, Jason 113 Inheritance 143 93 Martine Fougeron Teen Tribe
Burtynsky, Edward 16567 Sheikh, Fazal 7173 Invisible City 37 7 Germany, Austria and Switzerland 95 Philip BrookmanRedlands
Campany, David (ed.) 151 Singh, Dayanita 75 Little Black Jacket, The 85 8 USA and Canada 97 John Cohen Walking in the Light
Cartier-Bresson, Henri 43 Sire, Agns (ed.) 141 Looking In: Robert Franks The Americans 19 9 France 99 Raymond DepardonBerlin
Cohen, John 97 Sluban, Klavdij 77 Los Alamos Revisited 149 All other territories 101 Michael von GraffenriedBierfest
DAgati, Mauro 125 Stourdz, Sam (ed.) 141 Los Angeles 1964 25 103 Philipp KeelSplash
Davidson, Bruce 2529 Sturges, Jock 51 Maribor Project, The 137 11 Steidl Bookshops 105 Karl Lagerfeld CHANEL Art
Demarchelier, Patrick 163 Subotzky, Mikhael 63 Marzias Family 125 12 Book Awards 2014 107 Karl Lagerfeld CHANEL Shopping Center
Depardon, Raymond 99 Teller, Juergen 111161 Message from the Exterior 69 109 Karl Lagerfeld Cassina as Seen by Karl
Dine, Jim 12731 Tese, Andrea 143 Minutes to Midnight 159 Steidl Fall List 111  Teller/Ghesquire I Just Arrived in Paris
Dupont, Stephen 79 Trager, Philip 31 Museum of Chance 75 113 Jason Schmidt Artists II
Eggleston, William 81149 Waterhouse, Patrick 63 My Tools 129 15 Robert Frank In America 115 Bettina Rheims Bonkers! A Fortnight in London
Elgort, Arthur 83 Wylie, Donovan 6567 New York in the 1970s 31 17 Robert Frank The Americans 117 Bettina Rheims Gender Studies
Elkoury, Fouad 77 Zander, Thomas (ed.) 41 Night Walk 35 19  Sarah Greenough Looking In: Robert Franks 119 Zanele Muholi Faces and Phases 20062014
Eskildsen, Joakim 23 North Warning System 65 The Americans 121 Sbastien LifshitzAmateur
Ewald, Wendy 73 Titles Oil 167 21 Robert FrankPartida 23 Gleb Kosorukov Heroes of Labour
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Fougeron, Martine 93 On Set 47 23 Joakim Eskildsen American Realities 25 Mauro DAgati Marzias Family
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Frank, Robert 1521 Amateur 121 Papermaking 133 25 Bruce Davidson Los Angeles 1964 127 Jim DineTools
Ghesquire, Nicolas 111 American Realities 23 Particulars 57 27 Bruce Davidson In Color 129 Jim Dine My Tools
Goldberg, Jim 153 Americans, The 17 Partida 21 29 Bruce Davidson Subway 131 Jim Dine A History of Communism
Goldblatt, David 5759 Artists II 113 Patrick Demarchelier 163 31 Philip Trager New York in the 1970s 133 Koto BolofoPapermaking
Graffenried, Michael von 101 Baileys East End 55 Ponte City 63 33 Andrew Savulich THE CITY 135 Yann MingardDeposit
Grant, Alexandra 87 Ballet 173 Private 53 35 Ken Schles Night Walk 137 Rebecca Horn The Maribor Project
Greenough, Sarah 19 Balls and Bulldust 89 Redlands 95 37 Ken Schles Invisible City 139 Isamu Noguchi A Sculptors World
Haas, Ernst 47 Beirut Mission 77 Regarding Intersections 59 39 Gordon Parks The Segregation Story 141 Stourdz/Sire Howard Greenberg Collection
Harlech, Amanda 171 Berlin 99 Rich and Poor 153 41 Thomas Zander (ed.) Double Elephant 197374 143 Andrea TeseInheritance
Horn, Rebecca 137 Bierfest 101 Ruins of Detroit, The 169 43 Henri Cartier-Bresson The Decisive Moment 145 Gordon Parks Collected Works
Keel, Philipp 103 Big Picture, The 83 Saltn Vinegar 91 45 Lewis Baltz Common Objects 147 Berenice Abbott The Unknown Abbott
Keenan, Thomas 73 Bonkers! A Fortnight in London 115 Sculptors World, A 139 47 Ernst Haas On Set 149 William Eggleston Los Alamos Revisited
Kosorukov, Gleb 123 Cassina as Seen by Karl 109 Segregation Story, The 39 49 Robert PolidoriChronophagia 151 David Campany (ed.)
Kuhn, Mona 53 CHANEL Art 105 Shadows 87 51 Jock SturgesFanny Walker Evans: the magazine work
Kia Henda, Kiluanji 61 CHANEL Shopping Center 107 Splash 103 53 Mona KuhnPrivate 153 Jim Goldberg Rich and Poor
Lagerfeld, Karl 85105109 Chronophagia 49 Subway 29 55 David Bailey Baileys East End 155 Saul Leiter Early Black and White
Leiter, Saul 155157 CITY, THE 33 Teen Tribe. A World with two Sons 93 57 David GoldblattParticulars 157 Saul Leiter Early Color
Leutwyler, Henry 173 Collected Works 145 The transformation of the world depends 59 David Goldblatt Regarding Intersections 159 Trent Parke Minutes to Midnight
Lifshitz, Sbastien 121 Common Objects 45 upon you 73 61 Kiluanji Kia Henda Travelling to the Sun 161 Juergen TellerWoo!
Ludwigson, Hkan 89 Decisive Moment, The 43 Tools 127 through the Night 163 Patrick Demarchelier
Makdissi, Nouhad (ed.) 77 Deposit 135 Tower Series, The 67 63 Subotzky/Waterhouse Ponte City 65 Edward BurtynskyWATER
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Marchand, Yves 169 Double Elephant 41 Travelling in India 171 65 Donovan Wylie North Warning System 167 Edward BurtynskyOil
Meffre, Romain 169 Early Black and White 155 Travelling to the Sun through the Night 61 67 Donovan Wylie The Tower Series 169 Marchand/Meffre The Ruins of Detroit
Mingard, Yann 135 Early Color 157 Unknown Abbott, The 147 69 Mark Ruwedel Message from the Exterior 171 Amanda Harlech Travelling in India
Muholi, Zanele 119 Erasure Trilogy, The 71 Walker Evans: the magazine work 151 71 Fazal Sheikh The Erasure Trilogy 173 Henry LeutwylerBallet
Noguchi, Isamu 139 Faces and Phases 20062014 119 Walking in the Light 97 73 Ewald/Keenan/Saxton/Sheikh
Parke, Trent 159 Fanny 51 WATER 165 The transformation of the world depends on you
Parks, Gordon 39145 From Black and White to Color 81 Woo! 161 75 Dayanita Singh Museum of Chance 75 Backlist
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Robert Frank was born in Zurich in
1924 and immigrated to the United
States in 1947. He is best known
for his seminal book The Americans,
first published in 1958, which gave
rise to a distinctly new form of the
photo book, and his experimental
film Pull My Daisy (1959). Franks
other important projects include the Robert Frank
books Black, White and Things (1952), In America
The Lines of My Hand (1972) and
the film Cocksucker Blues for the
Rolling Stones (1972). He divides his
Because of the importance of Robert Franks The Americans;
time between New York City and Nova
Scotia, Canada. because he turned to filmmaking in 1959, the same year the
book appeared in the United States; and because he made
very different kinds of pictures when he returned to still
photography in the 1970s, most of Franks American work of
the 1950s is poorly known. This book, based on the import-
ant Frank collection at the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford
University, is the first to focus on that work. Its careful
sequence of 131 plates integrates twenty-two photographs
from The Americans with more than 100 unknown or unfamil-
iar images to chart the major themes and pictorial strate-
gies of Franks work in the United States in the 1950s. Peter
Galassis text presents a thorough reconsideration of Franks
first photographic career and examines in detail how he used
the full range of photographys vital 35mm vocabulary to
reclaim the mediums artistic tradition from the hegemony of
the magazines.

Co-published with the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for
Visual Arts, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California

Exhibition: Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts,
Stanford University, 3 September 2014 to 4 January 2015.
A European tour is also planned.

Robert Frank
In America

Edited by Peter Galassi
Text by Peter Galassi
Book design by Katy Homans
200 pages
9.1 9.6 in. / 23 24.5 cm
131 photographs
Tritone
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

48.00 / 40.00 / US$ 55.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-735-0

16 17
Robert Frank was born in Zurich in
1924 and immigrated to the United
States in 1947. He is best known
for his seminal book The Americans,
first published in 1958, which gave
rise to a distinctly new form of the
photo book, and his experimental
film Pull My Daisy (1959). Franks
other important projects include the Robert Frank
books Black, White and Things (1952), The Americans
The Lines of My Hand (1972) and
the film Cocksucker Blues for the
Rolling Stones (1972). He divides his
First published in France in 1958, then in the United States
time between New York City and Nova
Scotia, Canada. in 1959, Robert Franks The Americans changed the course
of twentieth-century photography. In eighty-three photo-
graphs, Frank looked beneath the surface of American life
to reveal a people plagued by racism, ill-served by their
politicians, and rendered numb by a rapidly expanding culture
of consumption. Yet he also found novel areas of beauty in
simple, overlooked corners of American life. And it was not
just Franks subject mattercars, jukeboxes, and even the
road itselfthat redefined the icons of America; it was also
his seemingly intuitive, immediate, off-kilter style, as well as
his method of brilliantly linking his photographs together the-
matically, conceptually, formally, and linguistically, that made
The Americans so innovative. More of an ode or a poem than
a literal document, the book is as powerful and provocative
today as it was fifty-six years ago.

Robert Frank
The Americans

Introduction by Jack Kerouac
Book design by Robert Frank,
Gerhard Steidl and Claas Mller
180 pages
8.3 7.3 in. / 20.9 18.4 cm
83 photographs
Tritone
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

30.00 / 20.00 / US$ 40.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-584-0
(English edition)
ISBN 978-3-86521-657-1
(Chinese edition)

18 19
Robert Frank was born in Zurich in
1924 and immigrated to the United
States in 1947. He is best known
for his seminal book The Americans,
first published in 1958, which gave
rise to a distinctly new form of the
photo book, and his experimental
film Pull My Daisy (1959). Franks
other important projects include the Sarah Greenough
books Black, White and Things (1952), Looking In: Robert Franks The Americans
The Lines of My Hand (1972) and
the film Cocksucker Blues for the
Rolling Stones (1972). He divides his
Published to accompany a major exhibition at the National
time between New York City and Nova
Scotia, Canada. Gallery of Art, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and
the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 2009 and 2010, Looking
In: Robert Franks The Americans celebrates the fiftieth
anniversary of this prescient book. Drawing on newly ex-
amined archival sources, it provides a fascinating in-depth
examination of the making of the photographs and the books
construction, using vintage contact sheets, work prints, and
letters that literally chart Franks journey around the country
on a Guggenheim grant in 1955/56. Curator and editor Sarah
Greenough and her colleagues also explore the roots of
The Americans in Franks earlier books, which are abundantly
illustrated here, and in books by photographers Walker Evans,
Bill Brandt, and others. The eighty-three original photographs
from The Americans are presented in sequence in as near
vintage prints as possible. The catalogue concludes with an
examination of Franks later reinterpretations and decon-
structions of The Americans, bringing full circle the history
of this resounding entry in the annals of photography.

Sarah Greenough
Looking In: Robert Franks
The Americans

Edited and with text by
Sarah Greenough
Essays by Stuart Alexander, Philip
Brookman, Michel Frizot, Martin
Gasser, Jeff L. Rosenheim, Luc Sante,
and Anne Wilkes Tucker
Book design by Margaret Bauer
528 pages with 108 color,
168 tritone and 210 duotone plates
9.25 11.5 in. / 24 29.2 cm
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

75.00/ 58.00 / US$ 90.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-806-3

Contact sheet from The Americans 21


Robert Frank was born in Zurich in
1924 and immigrated to the United
States in 1947. He is best known
for his seminal book The Americans,
first published in 1958, which gave
rise to a distinctly new form of the
photo book, and his experimental
film Pull My Daisy (1959). Franks
other important projects include Robert Frank
the books Black, White and Things Partida
(1952), The Lines of My Hand (1972)
and the film Cocksucker Blues for the
Rolling Stones (1972). He divides his
In Partida, Robert Frank continues the journey through his
time between New York City and Nova
Scotia, Canada. archives, presenting us with a new series of images of friends,
colleagues, interiors, of quiet still lives and snapshots of both
ordinary and unexpected objects and situations. Franks
visual diaries constitute an important part of both his later
work and the ongoing art of the photo book.

Robert Frank
Partida

Book design by Robert Frank,
A-chan and Gerhard Steidl
56 pages
8.8 9.8 in. / 20.5 25 cm
32 photographs
Tritone and four-color process
Otabind softcover, housed in a
slipcase

25.00 / 22.00 / US$ 30.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-795-4

22 23
Joakim Eskildsen, born in Copenhagen
in 1971 and based in Berlin, studied
bookmaking with Pentti Sammallahti at
the University of Art and Design in
Helsinki. His earlier publications
include the self-published books
Nordic Signs, Blutide, and
iChickenMoon as well as the portfolios
Mekns, Trer and al-Madina. Joakim Eskildsen
His book The Roma Journeys published American Realities
by Steidl in 2007 was numerously
awarded.
In 2010 more Americans were living below the poverty line
than at any time since 1959, when the U.S. Census Bureau
began collecting this data. In 2011, Kira Pollack, Director of
Photography at Time, commissioned Joakim Eskildsen to
photograph this growing crisis affecting nearly 46.2 million
Americans. Based on census data, Eskildsen, together with
journalist Natasha del Toro, travelled to the places with the
highest poverty rates in New York, California, Louisiana,
South Dakota and Georgia over seven months to document
the lives of those behind the statistics. The people Eskildsen
has portrayedthose who struggle to make ends meet, who
have lost their jobs or homes and often live in unhealthy
conditionsusually remain invisible in a society to which
the myth of the American Dream still remains strong. Many
of Eskildsens subjects hold there is no such dream any-
moremerely the American Reality.

Exhibitions
The National Museum of Photography, Copenhagen, May 2015
Joakim Eskildsen
Strandverket, Marstrand, Sweden, April 2016
American Realities

Texts by Joakim Eskildsen, Natasha
del Toro and Barbara Kiviat
Book design by Joakim Eskildsen
120 pages
8.25 7.25 in. / 20.9 18.4 cm
52 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover

32.00 / 24.00 / US$ 40.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-734-3

24 25
Born in 1933, Bruce Davidson began
photographing at the age of ten
in Oak Park, Illinois. Davidson
studied at the Rochester Institute
of Technology and Yale University
before being drafted into the army.
After leaving military service in
1957, he freelanced for Life and
in 1958 became a member of Magnum Bruce Davidson
Photos. Davidsons work is held in Los Angeles 1964
many major museum collections and
his awards include a Guggenheim
Fellowship (1962) and the first
Esquires editors sent me to Los Angeles, and when I landed
National Endowment for the Arts Grant
in Photography (1967). In 2011 he was at L.A. International Airport I noticed giant palm trees grow-
awarded an honorary doctorate in Fine
Arts from the Corcoran College of
ing in the parking lot. I ordered a hamburger through a mi-
Art and Design. Davidsons books at crophone speaker in a drive-in called Tiny Naylors. The free-
Steidl include Circus (2007), Outside
Inside (2010), Subway (2011) and ways were blank and brilliant, chromium-plated bumpers
Black & White (2012). reflected the Pacific Ocean, but the air quality was said to
be bad. People looking like mannequins seemed at peace on
the Sunset Strip while others were euphoric as they watered
the desert. I stood there ready with my Leica, aware of my
shadow on the pavement. I walked up to strangers, framed,
focused, and in a split second of alienations and cynicism,
pressed the shutter button. Suddenly I had an awakening
that led me to another level of visual understanding. But in
the end, for some unknown reasons, the editors rejected the
pictures, and I had to return home with a big box of prints,
put them in a drawer, and forgot all about the trip.
Bruce Davidson

Bruce Davidson
Los Angeles 1964

Text by Bruce Davidson
Book design by Bruce Davidson
and Duncan Whyte
56 pages
11.6 11.4 in. / 29.5 29 cm
25 photographs
Tritone
Clothbound hardcover with
a tipped-in photo

38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-789-3

26 27
Born in 1933, Bruce Davidson began
photographing at the age of ten
in Oak Park, Illinois. Davidson
studied at the Rochester Institute
of Technology and Yale University
before being drafted into the army.
After leaving military service in
1957, he freelanced for Life and
in 1958 became a member of Magnum Bruce Davidson
Photos. Davidsons work is held in In Color
many major museum collections and
his awards include a Guggenheim
Fellowship (1962) and the first
This volume presents Bruce Davidsons personal selections
National Endowment for the Arts Grant
in Photography (1967). In 2011 he was from his lesser-known color archive, from a period of nearly
awarded an honorary doctorate in Fine
Arts from the Corcoran College of
sixty years. Assignments from various magazines including
Art and Design. Davidsons books at Vogue, National Geographic, Life, as well as commercial
Steidl include Circus (2007), Outside
Inside (2010), Subway (2011) and projects, led Davidson to photograph subjects as diverse as
Black & White (2012). fashion (in the early 1960s), the Shah of Iran with his family
(1964), keepers of French monuments (1988), the supermodel
Kylie Bax (1997), and college cheerleaders (1989). He photo-
graphed in India and China, but also at home in New York,
in Chicago, and along the Pacific Coast Highway. In 1968,
Michelangelo Antonioni invited Davidson to document the
making of his film Zabriskie Point. Davidson also contin-
ued to pursue personal projects, such as photographing
the Yiddish writer and Nobel Prize laureate Isaac Bashevis
Singer (197275), the New York City subway (1980), and Katzs
Delicatessen (2004). Often staying on in a country after
an official assignment, Davidson documented Welsh coal-
fields and family holidays in Marthas Vineyard, and travelled
through Patagonia and Mexico.

I began to feel that color could articulate the grim reality in
a way that black and white might not.
Bruce Davidson

Bruce Davidson
In Color

Edited by Bruce Davidson
and Amina Lakhaney
Text by Bruce Davidson
Book design by Bruce Davidson,
Duncan Whyte and Gerhard Steidl
280 pages
11.6 11.4 in. / 29.5 29 cm
251 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with
dust jacket

78.00 / 68.00 / US$ 85.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-564-6

28 29
Born in 1933, Bruce Davidson began
photographing at the age of ten
in Oak Park, Illinois. Davidson
studied at the Rochester Institute
of Technology and Yale University
before being drafted into the army.
After leaving military service in
1957, he freelanced for Life and
in 1958 became a member of Magnum Bruce Davidson
Photos. Davidsons work is held in Subway
many major museum collections and
his awards include a Guggenheim
Fellowship (1962) and the first
In 1980 Bruce Davidson began photographing the New York
National Endowment for the Arts Grant
in Photography (1967). In 2011 he was subway system, venturing regularly into this intoxicating,
awarded an honorary doctorate in Fine
Arts from the Corcoran College of
sometimes dangerous subterranean world. At first Davidson
Art and Design. Davidsons books at photographed in black and white, but he soon realized color
Steidl include Circus (2007), Outside
Inside (2010), Subway (2011) and was necessary to depict the intensity of this graffiti-covered
Black & White (2012). landscape. Originally published in 1986, this updated Steidl
edition of Subway is printed from new scans of Davidsons
Kodachrome slides and features additional images.

Go back into the subway and look beyond the graffiti. Lift up
your heads and look around, see what Bruce has revealed
the beauty in the subway population, the enormous amount
of color below and above ground, the varieties and plea-
sures to be seen from the subway. The shrill insistence of the
noise in our ears and of the graffiti to our eyes does not end
the catalogue of effects the subway has on our senses. Bruce
Davidson has reopened and rewritten that catalogue with
this magnificent series of photographs. Light, color, human-
ity, affection, and hope can be added to our impressions of
the New York subway system.
Henry Geldzahler

Bruce Davidson
Subway

Edited by Bruce Davidson
and Amina Lakhaney
Texts by Fred Braithwaite,
Bruce Davidson and Henry Geldzahler
Book design by Bruce Davidson,
Duncan Whyte and Gerhard Steidl
140 pages
11.6 11.4 in / 29.5 29 cm
121 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover with dust jacket

58.00 / 52.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-294-2

Distributed in the USA by Aperture
(Artbook | D.A.P.)

30 31
Philip Trager was born in Connecticut
in 1935. His photographs are held
in the permanent collections of
the Museum of Modern Art, the
Metropolitan Museum of Art, the
Museum of the City of New York,
the New York Historical Society and
the New York Public Library, among
others. The Library of Congress in Philip Trager
Washington D.C. has acquired the New York in the 1970s
definitive collection of Tragers
photographs and will house his
archives as part of its core
The luminous and compelling photographs in New York in the
collections. Steidl has published
Tragers Faces (2005) and Philip 1970s capture the essence of a city in a way best described
Trager (2006).
as place portraiture. Tragers images present the archi-
tecture of Manhattan with time-defiant clarity and beauty.
Although Trager selected his subjects for aesthetic and visual
reasonsrather than from an historical or documentary
point of viewwith the passage of time his distinctly imag-
inative photographs have also acquired value as historical
documents. The negatives for the images in this book, only
recently rediscovered, had originally been archived for print-
ing but Trager began other projects before any prints were
made.
The photographs in New York in the 1970s were taken at
the same time as Tragers timeless Philip Trager: New York,
published by Wesleyan University Press in 1980, in which the
photographer depicts the city as a solitary figure, always
aware of the enveloping sky. New York in the 1970s reveals
Tragers more concentrated attention to the interaction be-
tween the citys architecture and the dynamics of the street.

Trager has definitely taken New York, twice.
Stephen C. Pinson

Philip Trager
New York in the 1970s

Text by Stephen C. Pinson
Book design by Philip Trager and
Gerhard Steidl
112 pages
11.3 11.3 in. / 28.6 28.6 cm
64 photographs
Tritone
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

48.00 / 40.00 / US$ 55.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-806-7

32 33
Andrew Savulich was born in 1949
in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, and
moved to New York in 1975. Working
initially as a landscape architect,
a construction worker, and eventually
as a freelance photographer, Savulich
joined the New York Daily News in
1993 where he still works. His
photographs have been published Andrew Savulich
in Spy, The Independent, Tempo, THE CITY
Photonews, ARTNews and Artforum,
among others, and are held in New York spot news and street photography 19801995
the permanent collections of the

Metropolitan Museum of Art and the
International Center of Photography Social and cultural transition is often hard to gauge. New York
in New York. He was awarded a
National Endowment for the Arts
in the 1980s and the first half of the 90s was clearly a differ-
Fellowship Grant in Photography in ent place than it is now: the city was more violent, the street
1986 and an Ernst Haas Photographer
Work Grant in 1992. stranger, and Times Square still wonderfully sleazy. Andrew
Savulichs subject is this perpetually changing metropolis, and
his images are a unique mix of spot news and street photo
graphy, capturing crime scenes as well as everyday life. The
startling immediacy of the moment prevails in his black-and-
white images on which he provides handwritten captions.
What at first seems like objective commentary soon reveals
Savulichs dry ironic tone, at times bordering on black humor.

If theres one thing you can say about my work, its that it is
compulsive, repetitive obsessive.
Andrew Savulich

Andrew Savulich
THE CITY
New York spot news and street
photography 19801995

Essay by Brendan Bernhard
Book design by Andrew Savulich
and Gerhard Steidl
176 pages
10.8 11.6 in. / 27.5 29.5 cm
125 photographs
Tritone
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-690-2

34 35
Ken Schles was born in 1960 in
Brooklyn, New York, and has been
making photo books for over a
quarter of a century. Schles studied
photography at the Cooper Union
for the Advancement of Science and
Art with William Gedney, and was a
student of the legendary Lisette
Model. Ken Schles
Night Walk

Twenty-five years after his seminal 1988 book, Invisible City,
Ken Schles revisits his archive and fashions a narrative of lost
youth: a delirious, peripatetic walk in the evening air of an
irretrievable Downtown New York as he saw and experienced
it. Night Walk is a substantive and intimate chronicle of New
Yorks last pre-Internet bohemian outpost, a stream-of-
consciousness portrayal that peels back layers of petu-
lance and squalor to expose the frisson and striving of a life
lived amongst the rubble. Here Schles embodies the flneur
as Susan Sontag defines it, as a connoisseur of empathy
cruising the urban inferno, the voyeuristic stroller who
discovers the city as a landscape of voluptuous extremes.
We see in Night Walk a new and revelatory Ulysses for the
twenty-first century: a searching tale of wonder and desire,
life and love in the dying hulk of a ruined American city.

Ken Schles
Night Walk

Texts by Ken Schles and T.S. Eliot
Book design by Ken Schles
162 pages
9.1 6.8 in. / 23.2 17.3 cm
107 photographs
Quadratone
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-692-6

36 37
Ken Schles was born in 1960 in
Brooklyn, New York, and has been
making photo books for over a
quarter of a century. Schles studied
photography at the Cooper Union
for the Advancement of Science and
Art with William Gedney, and was a
student of the legendary Lisette
Model. Ken Schles
Invisible City

For a decade, Ken Schles watched the passing of time from
his Lower East Side neighborhood. His camera fixed the in-
stances of his observations, and these moments became the
foundation of his invisible city. Friends and architecture
come under the scrutiny of his lens and, when sorted and
viewed in the pages of this book, a remarkable achievement
of personal vision emerges.
Twenty-five years later, Invisible City still has the ability to
transfix the viewer. A penetrating and intimate portrayal of
a world few had entrance toor means of egress from
Invisible City stands alongside Brassais Paris de Nuit and van
der Elskens Love On The Left Bank as one of the twentieth
centurys great depictions of nocturnal bohemian experi-
ence. Documenting his life in New York Citys East Village
during its heyday in the tumultuous 1980s, Schles captured
its look and attitude in delirious and dark honesty. Long out
of print, this missing link in the history of the photo book
is now once again made available. Using scans from the
original negatives and Steidls quadratone technique to bring
out nuance and detail never seen before, this new edition
transcends the original of this underground cult classic.

The real image of New York is rarely clear to anyone living in
it, except as tenacious sensation Ken Schless Invisible City
is a picture book that comprehends both the shambles and
the thrall.
Guy Trebay

Ken Schles
Invisible City

Texts by Lewis Mumford, Jorge Luis
Borges, Franz Kafka, George Orwell
and Jean Baudrillard
Book design by Ken Schles
and Jack Woody
80 pages
9.1 6.8 in. / 23.2 17.3 cm
62 photographs
Quadratone
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

34.00 / 28.00 / US$ 40.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-691-9

38 39
Gordon Parks was born into poverty
and segregation in Fort Scott,
Kansas, in 1912. An itinerant
laborer, he worked as a brothel
pianist and railcar porter, among
other jobs, before buying a camera
at a pawnshop, training himself, and
becoming a photographer. In addition
to his storied tenures at the Farm Gordon Parks
Security Administration, the Office The Segregation Story
of War Information (19411945)
and Life (19481972), Parks was a
modern-day Renaissance man who found
In September 1956 Life published a photo-essay by Gordon
success as a film director, author
and composer. The first African- Parks entitled The Restraints: Open and Hidden which doc-
American director to helm a major
motion picture, he popularized the
umented the everyday activities and rituals of one extended
Blaxploitation genre through his film African American family living in the rural South under Jim
Shaft (1971). He wrote numerous
memoirs, novels and books of poetry Crow segregation. One of the most powerful photographs
and received many awards, including depicts Joanne Thornton Wilson and her niece, Shirley Anne
the National Medal of Arts and more
than fifty honorary degrees. In Kirksey standing in front of a theater in Mobile, Alabama, an
1997 the Corcoran Gallery of Art image which became a forceful weapon of choice, as Parks
in Washington, D.C., mounted his
retrospective exhibition Half Past would say, in the struggle against racism and segregation.
Autumn: The Art of Gordon Parks.
While twenty-six photographs were eventually published
Parks died in 2006.
in Life and some were exhibited in his lifetime, the bulk of
Parkss assignment was thought to be lost. In 2011, five years
after Parkss death, The Gordon Parks Foundation discovered
more than seventy color transparencies at the bottom of an
old storage bin marked Segregation Series that are now
published for the first time in The Segregation Story.

Co-published with The High Museum of Art and The Gordon
Parks Foundation

Exhibition: The High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia,
September 2014 to February 2015

Gordon Parks
The Segregation Story

Forewords by Peter W. Kunhardt, Jr.
and Brett Abbott
Introduction by Charlayne Hunter-Gault
Essay by Maurice Berger
Book design by Gerhard Steidl
and Peter W. Kunhardt, Jr.
112 pages
9.8 11.4 in. / 25 29 cm
80 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover with dust jacket

35.00 / 28.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-801-2

40 41
Born in Mexico City in 1902, Manuel
lvarez Bravo was Latin Americas
most influential photographer in the
20th century. He won numerous awards,
namely from the 1970s on, and his
photographs were shown in over 150

Manuel Alvarez Bravo


exhibitions. lvarez Bravo died in
2002.
Thomas Zander (ed.)
Walker Evans, born in Missouri in Double Elephant 197374
1903, began photographing in the late
1920s. He published two landmark Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Walker Evans, Lee Friedlander,
books (American Photographs in 1938
Garry Winogrand
and Let us Now Praise Famous Men with
James Agee in 1941) and wrote art and
film reviews for Time. Evans died in
1975.
From 1973 to 1974, Lee Friedlander and Burt Wolf edited four
iconic portfolios at the Double Elephant Press in New York,
Born in Washington State in 1934, Lee
Friedlander has had a distinguished featuring photographs by some of the most influential pho-
career as a photographer. His tographers of the twentieth century: Manuel Alvarez Bravo,
previously published books include
the seminal Self Portrait (1970) and Walker Evans, Garry Winogrand, and Lee Friedlander himself.
The American Monument (1976), and, Each of the four limited edition portfolios contained fifteen
more recently, American Musicians
(1998), Letters from the People photographs by each artist, representing their distinct visions
(1993), Little Screens (2001), The
that can be described in the words of Walker Evans as oddly
Desert Seen (1996), and Kitaj (2002).
refreshing, unselfconsciously striking, and unpredictably
Walker Evans Garry Winogrand, born in 1928 in New
York City, is known for his street
adventurous.
photography. His books include The This publication honors the unique collaborative project that
Animals (1969), Public Relations
(1977), and Stock Photographs (1980). was to become a touchstone in the history of photography.
Winogrand died in 1984.

Thomas Zander, born in Cologne Historically, the phrase Double Elephant was used to
in 1962, is the owner of Galerie describe the size of a book and the technique for binding.
Thomas Zander in Cologne, which he
founded in 1996. The gallery exhibits However, over the years (a few hundred) the phrase was
media/conceptual art and extended
employed to request the highest grades of paper, ink and
photography and represents, among
other artists, Lewis Baltz, Mitch materials available. That is why we called it the Double
Epstein, Lee Friedlander, and Candida
Hfer.
Elephant Press.
Burt Wolf

Lee Friedlander Thomas Zander (ed.)


Double Elephant 197374
Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Walker Evans,
Lee Friedlander, Garry Winogrand

Foreword by Burt Wolf
With an essay by Susan Kismaric
Book design by Steidl Design
Vol. I: Alvarez Bravo, 48 pages
Vol. II: Walker Evans, 48 pages
Vol. III: Lee Friedlander, 48 pages
Vol. IV: Garry Winogrand, 48 pages
Vol. V: Textbook, 32 pages
11.6 x 13.9 in. / 29.5 x 35.5 cm
75 photographs
Quadratone
5 clothbound hardcover books with
tipped-in photos on front, housed in
a slipcase

Garry Winogrand

98.00 / 85.00 / US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-743-5

Slipcase Volumes IV

42 43
Henri Cartier-Bresson was born
in Chanteloup-en-Brie in 1908. He
initially studied painting and began
photographing in the 1930s. Cartier-
Bresson co-founded Magnum in 1947 and
subsequently travelled extensively.
In the late 1960s he returned to
his original passion, drawing. In
2003 Cartier-Bresson established the Henri Cartier-Bresson
Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson in The Decisive Moment
Paris, one year before his death.

The Decisive Momentoriginally called Images la Sauvette
is one of the most famous books in the history of photogra-
phy, assembling Cartier-Bressons best work from his early
years. Published in 1952 by Simon and Schuster, New York, in
collaboration with Editions Verve, Paris, it was lavishly embel-
lished with a collage cover by Henri Matisse.
The book and its images have since influenced generations of
photographers. Its English title has defined the notion of the
famous formal peak in which all elements in the photographic
frame accumulate to form the perfect image. Paired with the
artists humanist viewpoint, Cartier-Bressons photography
has become part of the worlds collective memory.
This new publication is a meticulous facsimile of the original
book. It comes with an additional booklet containing an essay
on the history of The Decisive Moment by Centre Pompidou
curator Clment Chroux.

I, like many another boy, burst into the world of photography
with a Box Brownie, which I used for taking holiday snap-
shots. Even as a child, I had a passion for painting, which
I did on Thursdays and Sundays, the days when French
school children dont have to go to school. Gradually, I set
myself to try to discover the various ways in which I could
play with a camera. From the moment that I began to use the
camera and to think about it, however, there was an end to

Henri Cartier-Bresson
holiday snaps and silly pictures of my friends. I became seri-
The Decisive Moment ous. I was on the scent of something, and I was busy smelling

Texts by Henri Cartier-Bresson
it out.
and Richard Simon Henri Cartier-Bresson
Essay by Clment Chroux
160 pages + 48 pages textbook
10.8 14.6 in. / 27.4 37 cm
126 photographs
Quadratone
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket
and a textbook, housed in a slipcase

98.00 / 78.00 / US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-788-6

44 45
Born in Newport, California, in 1945,
Lewis Baltz studied photography at
the Art Institute in San Francisco
from 1966 until 1969 and went on
to hold various teaching positions
and professorships in the 1970s.
In 1975 Baltz took part in the
New Topographics exhibition at
George Eastman House. Since then Lewis Baltz
his works have been featured in Common Objects
numerous international solo and group
exhibitions, and are held in various
important collections worldwide.
Common Objects revisits Lewis Baltzs most remarkable se-
Steidl has published many of Baltzs
books including WORKS (2010), The ries from The Prototype Works (19671976) to Ronde de Nuit
Prototype Works (2011), Candlestick
Point (2011) and Venezia Marghera
(19921995), and interrogates for the first time the influence
(2013). of European cinema (Antonioni, Godard, Hitchcock) on his
work. Baltzs seminal series The Prototype Works, The Tract
Houses (19691971), Candlestick Point (19871989), Sites of
Technology (19891991) and Ronde de Nuit are presented
in dialogue with stills from several films: Alfred Hitchcocks
Saboteur and Psycho, Michelangelo Antonionis Zabriskie
Point, La Notte and Red Desert, and Jean-Luc Godards Les
Carabiniers.

It might be more useful, if not necessarily more true, to think
of photography as a narrow, deep area between novel and
film.
Lewis Baltz

Co-published with LE BAL, Paris

Lewis Baltz
Exhibition: LE BAL, Paris, 23 May to 24 August 2014
Common Objects

Texts by Dominique Pani
and David Campany
Book design by Pierre Hourquet / Temple
112 pages
10.8 10.8 in. / 27.5 27.5 cm
60 photographs
Four-color process and quadratone
Stapled book with transparent film
pages, housed in a screen-printed
plastic sleeve

40.00 / 30.00 / US$ 50.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-785-5

46 47
Ernst Haas was born in Vienna in 1921
and took up photography after World
War II. His early work on returning
Austrian prisoners of war brought him
to the attention of Life, from which
he resolutely declined a job as staff
photographer in order to maintain his
independence. At the invitation of
Robert Capa, Haas joined Magnum in Ernst Haas
1949, developing close associations On Set
with Capa, Werner Bischof and
Henri Cartier-Bresson. He began
experimenting with color, and in time
This book considers the film stills of Ernst Haas, one of the
became the premier color photographer
of the 1950s. In 1962 New Yorks most accomplished photographers of the twentieth century,
Museum of Modern Art mounted its
first solo exhibition of his color
transgressing the borders between still photography and the
work. Haass books were legion, with moving image. Haas worked with a variety of eminent direc-
The Creation (1971) selling 350,000
copies. Ernst Haas received the torsfrom Vittorio de Sica to John Huston, Gene Kelly and
Hasselblad Award in 1986, the year of Michael Ciminoand depicted cinema genres from suspense
his death.
(The Third Man, The Train) to the Western (The Oregon Trail,
Little Big Man), and from comedy (Miracle in Milan, Love and
Death) to musicals (West Side Story, Hello Dolly!).
Haas inscribed a temporal, filmic dimension into his stills
which, viewed in a sequence, generate movement and
narrative. So accomplished was his mastery of color, light
and motion that Haas was frequently asked to photograph
large group actionsfrom the battle scenes of The Charge
of the Light Brigade and the dances of West Side Story, to
the ski slopes of Downhill Racer. On Set elucidates a novel
perspective on the sets and stars Haas photographed, and
reveals a little-known but crucial dimension of his oeuvre.

Ernst Haas
On Set

Edited and with an introduction
by John P. Jacob
Essay by Walter Moser
Book design by John P. Jacob,
Sabine Hahn and Bernard Fischer
288 pages
9 11 in. / 23 28 cm
420 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover

58.00 / 48.00 / US$ 70.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-587-5

48 49
Robert Polidori was born in Montreal
in 1951 and today lives in Los
Angeles. His work has been the
subject of exhibitions in New York,
London, Brazil, Montreal, among
others. He received the World Press
Photo Award in 1997, the Alfred
Eisenstaedt Award for Magazine
Photography in 1999 and 2000, and Robert Polidori
Communication Arts awards in 2007 Chronophagia. Selected Works 19842009
and 2008. In 2006, Polidoris series
of photographs of New Orleans after
Hurricane Katrina was exhibited at
Beirut. Tripoli. Havana. Chernobyl. New Orleans. Rio. Amman.
the Metropolitan Museum of Art. His
best-selling books Havana (2003), Versailles. Over the course of thirty years, Robert Polidori
Zones of Exclusion Pripyat and
Chernobyl (2003), After the Flood
has travelled the world photographing places with names so
(2006), Parcours Musologique familiar we feel we know them already. On the occasion of his
Revisit (2009), Some Points in
Between Up Till Now (2010), and first museum retrospective in the United States, at Faulconer
Eye and I (2014), are published by Gallery, Iowa, Polidori has selected more than one hundred
Steidl.
photographs for this volume that challenge our preconcep-
tions, mining both the accoutrement and psychology of space
for what they tell usand for what they withholdabout
history, memory, identity and time.

Robert Polidori
Chronophagia
Selected Works 19842009

Text by David Dorenbaum
and Robert Polidori
Book design by Robert Polidori
and Sabine Hahn
228 pages
11.4 12.6 in. / 29 32 cm
107 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover

38.00 / 32.00 / US$ 50.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-698-8

50 51
Jock Sturges was born in 1947 in New
York, and today lives in Seattle.
His work is held in the collections
of The Museum of Modern Art and the
Metropolitan Museum of Art in New
York, the Bibliothque Nationale de
France in Paris and the Museum of
Modern Art in Frankfurt. His books
include The Last Day of Summer Jock Sturges
(1992), Radiant Identities (1994), Fanny
25 Years (1994), Evolutions of Grace
(1994), Jock Sturges (1996), Jock
Sturges New Work 19962000 (2000),
Fanny is an extended portrait of a young girls transition from
Notes (2005), Life Time (Steidl,
2008) and Mit Jock Sturges Familir child to woman. Made over a period of twenty-three years,
(2012).
the images are at once beautiful in their detail of light and
identity, as well as frankly anthropological in their descriptive
effect. A naturist since birth, Fannys comfort with nudity
and her natural self has allowed Sturges to draw an engaging
portrait of the evolution of a human being with few social
distractions. His access to the girls and womans character is
direct and fascinating. Long known for his extended portraits
of children and adolescents, this book is strong evidence of
Sturgess permanent commitment to the people in his work.

Central to my work in photography is the notion that the
more one knows, generally about life and art and more
specifically about who the person before your camera is,
the better are your chances of winning through to successful
work. Learning what is significant takes time. Truth is shy.
Jock Sturges

Jock Sturges
Fanny

Edited with Walter Keller
Introduction by Walter Keller
Book design by Jock Sturges
and Bernard Fischer
156 pages
14.3 11.3 in. / 36.4 28.7 cm
139 black-and-white and 31 color
photographs
Tritone and four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

78.00 / 65.00 / US$ 90.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-694-0

52 53
Of German descent, Mona Kuhn was born
in So Paulo in 1969 and is currently
based in Los Angeles. She received
her Bachelor of Arts from The Ohio
State University, before furthering
her studies at the San Francisco Art
Institute in 1996. She is currently
an independent scholar at The Getty
Research Institute in Los Angeles. Mona Kuhn
Kuhns first monograph with Steidl, Private
Photographs (2004), was followed by
Evidence (2006), Native (2009) and
Bordeaux Series (2011). Her work has
For her fifth book with Steidl, Mona Kuhn has entered the
been exhibited and/or included in
the collections of The J. Paul Getty heart of the American desert and returned with a sequence
Museum, The Los Angeles County Museum
of Art, The International Center of
of pictures that is seductive, enigmatic and a little unsettling.
Photography in New York, the Royal Private proposes a world in which concrete reality and the
Academy of Art in London and the
Leopold Museum in Vienna. imaginary are one. Plants and animals on the edge of survival,
sun-drenched landscapes and wind-sculpted earth are
intercut with a series of nudes that push Kuhns renowned
sensitivity to human form into unexpected directions. The
result is a book somewhere between the poetry of T. S. Eliot,
the cinema of Robert Altman, and a lucid dream.

Nothing ever comes to an end in the desert. Everything is in-
terconnected, from a particle of dust to the night sky. There
is an essence of hope glimmering on its surface. The desert
allows me to abandon time and space. Within this void, I
search for the suspended points which reconcile us
in mysterious ways.
Mona Kuhn

Mona Kuhn
Private

Text and book design by Mona Kuhn
104 pages and a 6-page gatefold
11.7 12.2 in. / 29,7 31 cm
74 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with a dust
jacket

45.00 / 38.00 / US$ 60.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-709-1

MONA KUHN

STEIDL

54 55
David Bailey, born in London in
1938, is one of the most successful
photographers of his generation, and
his career, in and beyond fashion
photography, spans fifty years.
Baileys books with Steidl include
Baileys Democracy (2005), Havana
(2006), NY JS DB 62 (2007), Is That
So Kid (2008), Eye (2009) and Delhi David Bailey
Dilemma (2012). Baileys East End

The idea for a book on the East End formed sometime in
the 1980s. The London Docks had already closed down or
were starting to. I chose to shoot mainly in the districts of
Silvertown and Canning Town. I have over the years spent
many weekends shooting whatever took my fancy. The other
two times I had bursts of photographic energy in the East
End were in the 1960s and from about 2004 to 2010. These
were my three key periods to draw pictures from, instead
of just trolling through the last fifty years of archives.
In the late 1940s and early 1950s I heard a quote on the
radio, Go west, young man. At the time I didnt give it
much thought. Later I assumed it was from America and
that it went back to the middle of the nineteenth century,
when Americas west coast was opening up to great wealth
and opportunities. The cockneys should have listened,
but they didnt. They went east like their ancestors before
them. The ones that moved east out of Old Nichol went to
Whitechapel, then on to Stepney and Bow, then to what is
now called Newham and later to Barking, Dagenham and
David Bailey
onto Essex.
Baileys East End My mother was from Bow, my father it seems was from

Text by David Bailey Hackney, my grandfather from Bethnal Green. Before him
Interview by Monte Packham they all were from Whitechapel as far as records show.
Book design by David Bailey, Duncan
Whyte and Gerhard Steidl David Bailey
Vol. I: 96 pages
Vol. II: 176 pages
Vol. III: 192 pages
10.2 13 in. / 26 33 cm
620 photographs
Tritone and four-color process
Three hardcover books housed in
a slipcase

98.00 / 75.00 / US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-534-9

Slipcase Volumes IIII

56 57
David Goldblatt, born in Randfontein
in 1930, is a definitive photographer
of his generation, esteemed for
his engaged depiction of life in
South Africa over a period of more
than fifty years. Goldblatt took
up photography full time in 1963.
His work concerns above all human
values and is a unique document of David Goldblatt
life during and after apartheid. Particulars
Goldblatts photographs are held in
major international collections, and
his solo exhibitions include those
Following a series of portraits of his compatriots made in the
at the Museum of Modern Art in New
York in 1998, and the Fondation Henri early 1970s, photographer David Goldblatt, for a very short
Cartier-Bresson in Paris in 2011. In
1989 Goldblatt founded the Market
and intense period of time, naturally turned to focusing on
Photo Workshop in Johannesburg to peoples particulars and individual body languages as affir-
teach visual literacy and photography
especially to those disadvantaged by mations or embodiments of their selves. Goldblatts affinity
apartheid. was no accident: Working at his fathers mens outfitting store
in the 1950s, his awareness of posture, gesture and propor-
tiontechnical as it wasformed early and would accompany
him throughout his life.
In this series we see hands resting on laps, crossed legs, the
curved backs of sleepers on a lawn at midday, their fingers
and feet relaxed, pausing from their usual occupations. This
deeply contemplative work is framed by Ingrid de Koks
poetry.
The photographs in Particulars were taken beginning in 1975,
and the first edition of the book was published by Goodman
Gallery, Johannesburg, in 2003. Goldblatt has revised
Particulars for this new Steidl edition.

I have never been able to decide whether my sense of peo-
ples bodies is something I share with others or whether mine
is different. But I know that it has been with me for a very
long time and that it is often vivid and detailed. It is fed by
life experiences and is sometimes intensified by that state of
acute awareness that photography enables and demands.
David Goldblatt
David Goldblatt
Particulars

Revised edition of the first edition
published by Goodman Gallery in 2003
Text by David Goldblatt
With fragments from poems
by Ingrid de Kok
Book design by Cyn van Houten
64 pages
13.6 14.3 in. / 34.5 36.2 cm
27 photographs
Tritone
Clothbound hardcover

58.00 / 42.00 / US$ 70.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-777-0

58 59
David Goldblatt, born in Randfontein
in 1930, is a definitive photographer
of his generation, esteemed for
his engaged depiction of life in
South Africa over a period of more
than fifty years. Goldblatt took
up photography full time in 1963.
His work concerns above all human
values and is a unique document of David Goldblatt
life during and after apartheid. Regarding Intersections
Goldblatts photographs are held in
major international collections, and
his solo exhibitions include those
Between 1999 and 2011 David Goldblatt created personal
at the Museum of Modern Art in New
York in 1998, and the Fondation Henri photography in color for the first time. While Goldblatt had
Cartier-Bresson in Paris in 2011. In
1989 Goldblatt founded the Market
employed color extensively in his professional work since
Photo Workshop in Johannesburg to 1964, it was only with the new political dispensation and the
teach visual literacy and photography
especially to those disadvantaged by
advances of digital reproduction at the end of the millennium
apartheid. that he felt it pertinent comprehensively to make personal
photographs in color.
Initially Goldblatt photographed in his immediate environ-
ment Johannesburg, before deciding to examine South Africa
by taking photographs within a radius of 500 meters of
each of the 122 points of intersection of a whole degree of
latitude and a whole degree of longitude within its borders.
Yet in time Goldblatt encountered uninspiring locations and
abandoned the project, although he retained the idea of
intersections. From time to time, over a period of nine years,
he travelled the country in search of intersectionsof ideas,
values, histories, conflicts, congruencies, fears, joys and aspi-
rationsand the land in which, and often because of which,
these formed.
This book brings together a selection of Goldblatts color
photography in South Africa from 2002 to 2011. An earlier
version, Intersections, was published by Prestel in 2005, and
the catalogue Intersections Intersected, consisting of paired
black-and-white and color photographs, was published by
the Serralves Museum, Porto, in 2008.

David Goldblatt
Regarding Intersections

Essay by Michael Stevenson
Interview by Mark Haworth-Booth
Book design by Cyn van Houten
200 pages and 4 gatefolds
13 10.4 in. / 33 26.5 cm
124 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

68.00 / 58.00 / US$ 85.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-714-5

60 61
Kiluanji Kia Henda was born in
Luanda in 1979, and his work has
been inspired by John Liebenbergs
photojournalism on apartheid and the
Angolan civil war in the late 1990s.
Kia Hendas work has been shown in
various exhibitions and biennials
including the African Pavilion at
the 23rd Venice Biennale, the 3rd Kiluanji Kia Henda
Triennial of Guangzhou, and the Travelling to the Sun through the Night
Studio Museum in Harlem, New York.
Kia Henda is included in this years
Museum fr Moderne Kunst Frankfurt
Travelling to the Sun through the Night assembles photo
exhibition Die Gttliche Kommdie.
In 2012 he received the National graphs predominantly of Angola and its elusive capital,
Award for Culture and the Arts from
the Angolan Ministry of Culture. Kia
Luanda, from 2005 to 2013. It was only in 2002 that the civil
Henda lives in Luanda and Lisbon. war ended that tormented Angola since its independence in
1975, and the early years of the new millennium were a parti
cular post-war moment. During this time Luanda and Angola
were engaged in unstable processes of re-making, remem-
bering, and re-inventing themselves. Kia Henda chronicles
these happenings in a strong theatrical and narrative gesture,
creating inventive histories of his country, on the interval, as
he puts it, between history and fiction.

Kia Hendas photography is marked by its increasing refusal
to simply show. His lens-based practice oscillates between
an optimistic faith in the vrit style of documentary, and a
more playful engagement with the photographs as pliable
fictions, and also as artifacts of the ephemeral, perfor-
mance in particular.
Sean OToole

Co-published with the Goethe-Institut

Kiluanji Kia Henda Exhibitions:
Travelling to the Sun
through the Night Stills Scotlands Centre for Photography, Edinburgh,

19 April to 20 July 2014
Edited by Johannes Hossfeld
Texts by Kiluanji Kia Henda, 11. DAKART, Dakar, 9 May to 8 June 2014
Simon Njami and Laurie Ann Farrell
Book design by Kiluanji Kia Henda
Giving Contours to The Shadows, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein
and Gerhard Steidl (N.B.K.), Berlin, 24 May to 27 July
320 pages
11.6 9 in. / 29.5 23 cm
14th Architecture Biennale of Venice,
240 photographs 7 June to 23 November 2014
Four-color process
Hardcover Filomena Soares Gallery, Lisbon,
18 September to 16 November 2014
58.00 / 45.00 / US$ 75.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-800-5

Kiluanji Kia Henda


Travelling to the Sun
through the Night

Steidl

62 63
Mikhael Subotzky was born in 1981
in Cape Town, South Africa, and is
currently based in Johannesburg.
Subotzkys work has been exhibited
widely in major galleries and
museums, and his prints are in the
collections of the Museum of Modern
Art, New York; the Victoria and
Albert Museum, London; the South Mikhael Subotzky / Patrick Waterhouse
African National Gallery, Cape Town; Ponte City
and the Johannesburg Art Gallery.
Recent awards and grants include the
Standard Bank Young Artist Award,
Mikhael Subotzky and Patrick Waterhouse worked at Ponte
2012, the 2009 Oskar Barnack Award,
the 2008 W. Eugene Smith Memorial City, the iconic Johannesburg apartment building which is
Grant, and the 2007 KLM Paul Huf
Award. Subotzkys publications
Africas tallest residential skyscraper, for more than six years.
include Beaufort West (2008) and They photographed the residents and documented the build-
Retinal Shift (2012).
ingevery door, the view from every window, the image on
Patrick Waterhouse was born in 1981 every television screen. This remarkable body of photographs
in Bath, England, and graduated
with a Bachelor of Arts from the is presented here in counterpoint with an extensive archive
Camberwell College of Arts in 2003. of found material and historical documents.
Waterhouse has since produced work
in many different media including The visual story is integrated with a sustained sequence of
drawings, prints, photographs,
essays and documentary texts. In the essays, some of South
and artists books. He started
collaborating with Mikhael Subotzky Africas leading scholars and writers explore Ponte Citys
on Ponte City in 2008. Waterhouse
has exhibited at numerous venues
unique place in Johannesburg and in the imagination of
including the South African National its citizens. What emerges is a complex portrait of a place
Gallery, Goodman Gallery, Art Basel,
The Daimler Chrysler Collection, shaped by contending projections, a single, unavoidable
and The Walther Collection. He has building seen as refuge and monstrosity, dreamland and
published in various magazines
including Granta, Wallpaper*, and Du, dystopia, a lightning rod for a societys hopes and fears, and
and is currently based between South always a beacon to navigate by. This long-term project ob-
Africa and Italy where he is editor-
in-chief of Colors magazine. tained the Discovery Award at Les Rencontres dArles in 2011.

Co-published with The Walther Collection, Neu-Ulm
and New York

Mikhael Subotzky / Patrick Waterhouse


Ponte City

Edited by Ivan Vladislavi
Texts by Lindsay Bremner, Denis
Hirson, Harry Kalmer, Kgebetli Moele,
Sean OToole, Melinda Silverman, Ivan
Vladislavi and Percy Zvomuya
Book design by Ramon Pez
Main volume: 192 pages
8.4 13.4 in. / 21.2 34 cm
plus 17 booklets
5.9 9.4 in. / 14.9 23.9 cm
135 photographs (main volume)
+ 233 photographs (booklets)
Four-color process
Hardcover book and 17 stapled
magazines, housed in a handmade
cardboard box
85.00 / 68.00 / US$ 100.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-750-3

64 65
Donovan Wylie was born in Belfast
in 1971, where he is lecturer in
Photography at Belfast University of
Ulster. Wylie is a member of Magnum
photos and his work is held in major
public and private collections.
He is currently Dorian artist in
residence at Yale Art Gallery. Steidl
has published his books British Donovan Wylie
Watchtowers (2007), Scrapbook (2009), North Warning System
Maze (2009), and Outposts (2011).

North Warning System is Donovan Wylies third and final book
of photographs on the themes of vision and power in military
architecture, and draws a close to his Tower Series. Surveying
a radar station just inside the Canadian Arctic, Wylie exam-
ines the detection of invisible threats through unmanned
observation posts in remote regions.
The development of long-range bombers and missiles after
the Second World War made Canadas arctic frontier vul-
nerable to attack from the air. This forced Canada and the
United States to jointly construct a matrix of short and long-
range radar stations in the 1950s. Known as the Distant Early
Warning Line, these stations provided electronic observation
and surveillance capability across Canadas northern frontier
throughout the Cold War. In the 1990s, these stations were
upgraded to form the North Warning System (NWS) which is
increasingly activeas international maritime traffic develops
throughout the north, so does military presence. In North
Warning System, whiteness takes on the quality of a blank
canvas, a metaphor for the sweep of history.

Donovan Wylie
North Warning System

Texts by Donovan Wylie
Book design by Donovan Wylie,
Gerhard Steidl and Bernard Fischer
40 pages
11.6 9 in. / 29.5 23 cm
18 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

28.00 / 22.00 / US$ 35.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-773-2

66 67
Donovan Wylie was born in Belfast
in 1971, where he is lecturer in
Photography at Belfast University of
Ulster. Wylie is a member of Magnum
photos and his work is held in major
public and private collections.
He is currently Dorian artist in
residence at Yale Art Gallery. Steidl
has published his books British Donovan Wylie
Watchtowers (2007), Scrapbook (2009), The Tower Series
Maze (2009), and Outposts (2011).

Donovan Wylies The Tower Series, now available as a com-
plete set in a custom slipcase, reveals the repetitive char-
acter of military conflict across diverse geographies and
histories.
The first book in the series is British Watchtowers (2007),
which studies the lines of sight from surveillance posts along
the Irish border, and reveals a kind of virtual environment
that enveloped the border region of Northern Ireland. These
towers, constructed in the mid-1980s primarily in the moun-
tainous border region of South Armagh, were landmarks in a
thirty-year conflict in and over Northern Ireland.
The second book, Outposts (2011), charts NATO observation
posts in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan. Built on natural
promontories with multiple lines of sight, these outposts
formed a protective visual architecture and were frequently
positioned on defense locations established during earlier
conflicts.
North Warning System draws a close to The Tower Series.
Surveying a radar station just inside the Canadian Arctic,
Wylie examines the detection of invisible threats through
unmanned observation posts in remote regions.

Donovan Wylie
The Tower Series

Texts by Donovan Wylie
Book design by Donovan Wylie,
Gerhard Steidl, Bernard Fischer
Vol. 1: British Watchtowers
72 pages
Vol. 2: Outposts
64 pages
Vol. 3: North Warning System
40 pages
11.6 9 in. / 29.5 23 cm
Four-color process
Three clothbound hardcover books with
dust jackets, housed in a slipcase

75.00 / 60.00 / US$ 90.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-782-4

Slipcase Volumes IIII

Top: North Warning Systhem Middle: Outposts Bottom: British Watchtowers 69


Born in Pennsylvania in 1954,
Mark Ruwedel currently lives in
Long Beach, California. Ruwedel
has exhibited and published
internationally for almost thirty
years and his work is held in museums
including Tate Modern, the J. Paul
Getty Museum, Los Angeles County
Art Museum, the Metropolitan Museum Mark Ruwedel
of Art, Yale Art Gallery, National Message from the Exterior
Gallery of Art, Washington, and the
Smithsonian Museum of American Art.
He received this years Guggenheim
Message from the Exterior explores the ruins and remains
Fellowship and Scotiabank Photography
Award. of failed attempts to live in a harsh environment. Ruwedels
photographs address the collision of promise and reality in
the American desert by depicting small, sometimes eccen-
tric, abandoned houses that suggest the stories of anon-
ymous individuals and their desire to create homes in the
wilderness, however transitory. Evoking both violence and
tragedy, the houses and the land they occupy appear to be
crime scenes. The first part of the book contains eighty-eight
photographs from Ruwedels archive of Desert Houses.
The second part presents the related series Dusk, in
which twenty-eight images of desert houses after sunset
create subtle dark tones, paralleling the subjects social and
geographic isolation.

As a whole, Ruwedels work is both elegant and elegiac. He
reminds us of the vast difference between the deep time of
nature and the shorter span of cultural time. He also prods
us to consider the meaningand destinyof our cultural
footprint.
Keith Davis

Mark Ruwedel
Message from the Exterior

Essay by Mark Ruwedel
Afterword by Mark Hayworth-Booth
Book design by Mark Ruwedel
and Gerhard Steidl
176 pages
11.6 9 in. / 29.5 23 cm
116 photographs
Quadratone
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

48.00 / 38.00 / US$ 65.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-804-3

M essag e From the Exterior

Mar k R uwedel
STEIDL

70 71
Fazal Sheikh is the author of ten
books, the majority published by
Steidl. Sheikhs work has been widely
exhibited at major institutions
including Tate Modern, London; the
Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation,
Paris; the Museum of Contemporary
Art, Moscow; and the International
Center of Photography, New York. Fazal Sheikh
Sheikh was named a MacArthur Fellow The Erasure Trilogy
in 2005 and a Guggenheim Fellow in
2012.
The Erasure Trilogy explores the anguish caused by the loss
of memoryby forgetting, amnesia or suppressionand the
resulting human desire to preserve memory, all seen through
the prism of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Memory Trace, the first book in the trilogy, depicts the ruins
caused by the Arab-Israeli War of 1948: portraits of those
traumatized by violence, devastated landscapes and frag-
ments of buildings. This visual poem suggests the irreparable
loss of a lingering past that augurs a painful and difficult
future.
Tracing the ironic consequences of David Ben-Gurions
dream of settling the Negev and making the desert bloom,
the aerial photographs in Sheikhs Desert Bloom reveal the
myriad actions that have displaced and erased the Bedouins
who have lived in the desert for generations. Here we see the
extreme transformation of the landscape through erosion,
Fazal Sheikh
The Erasure Trilogy mining, military training camps, the demolition of villages
and afforestation. Through Sheikhs lens the desert becomes
Texts by Eduardo Cadava
and Eyal Weizman both an archive of violence and a record of human attempts
Languages: English, Arabic and Hebrew
to erase it.
Book design by Fazal Sheikh
and Duncan Whyte Independence/Nakba consists of sixty-six diptychsone
Vol. I: Memory Trace,
136 pages with 60 photographs
for each year since 1948pairing people from both sides of
Vol. II: Desert Bloom, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and of gradually increasing
160 pages with a 32-page insert and
75 photographs age. The double portraits query the relations between Israelis
Vol. III: Independence/Nakba, and Palestinians before the founding of the Israeli State (each
144 pages with 130 photographs
Vol. IV: Text volume, image depicts either someone who lived in Palestine before
96 pages with 50 photographs the founding of the Israeli State, or someone whose ances-
8.1 10.6 in. / 20.6 27 cm
Quadratone and four-color process tors did).
Four clothbound hardcover books
A final volume with texts by Eduardo Cadava, Professor and
housed in a slipcase
Master at Wilson College, Princeton University, and Eyal
98.00 / 78.00 / US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-805-0
Weizman, Professor of Visual Cultures and Director of the
Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths, University
of London, closes The Erasure Trilogy.

Slipcase Volumes IIII Textbook

72 73
Wendy Ewald, a visiting artist in
residence at Amherst College, is
a conceptual photographer who has
exhibited and published widely.
Her books include Secret Games:
Collaborative Works with Children
19691999 (Scalo, 2000) and Towards
A Promised Land (Steidl, 2006).
Ewald and Martha Saxton are currently Wendy Ewald, Thomas Keenan, Martha Saxton and Fazal Sheikh
collaborating with artist Harrell The transformation of this world depends upon you
Fletcher on Representing Equality,
a project at Amherst intended to Voices from Amherst and beyond
reopen the discussion on sexual

assault.
The transformation of this world depends on you focuses on
Martha Saxton teaches U.S. History
and Womens and Gender studies at
two related stories: the missionary vision of Amherst College
Amherst College. Her books include in its early days and the legacy of that vision in the present.
Louisa May Alcott (Farrar Straus &
Giroux, 1995) and Being Good: Womens Founded in Massachusetts in 1820, Amhersts original char-
Moral Values in Early America (Hill ter was to educate pious indigent young men of promising
and Wang, 2003). Saxton is currently
working on a biography of Mary Ball talents and hopeful piety with a sole view to the Christian
Washington, mother of the first ministry. For more than a century, young Amherst graduates
President of the United States.
travelledmany with their wives and familiesto far-flung
Thomas Keenan teaches literary
destinations including China, Persia, India, the Middle East,
theory and human rights at Bard
College. He is the author of Fables Indonesia and Hawaii on a mission to convert the heathen
of Responsibility: Aberrations and
Predicaments in Ethics and Politics
races to Protestant Christianity. This book compares their
(Stanford University Press, 1997); ambitions, fueled by religious zeal, with the approaches and
co-editor, with Wendy Chun, of New
Media, Old Media: A History of policies of local charitable organizations working in Amherst
Theory Reader (Routledge, 2006); and its surrounding area today.
and co-author, with Eyal Weizman,
of Mengeles Skull (Sternberg Press, In the first part of the book, historian Martha Saxton and
2012). photographer Wendy Ewald tell the stories of nine of these

Fazal Sheikh is the author of ten early missionaries, based on their research in the Amherst
books, the majority published by
archives, employing photographs, etchings and documents
Steidl. His new work, The Erasure
Trilogy, an examination of the that illustrate their difficult lives. In the second part, photog-
land and its people in Israel and
Palestine, will also be published
rapher Fazal Sheikh worked beyond the college with mem-
by Steidl in Fall 2014. Sheikhs bers of the Amherst and surrounding communities, many of
work has been widely exhibited at
major institutions including Tate whom had experienced economic and social hardship. Sheikh
Modern, London; the Henri Cartier- listened to the stories of immigration and struggle they were
Bresson Foundation, Paris; the
Museum of Contemporary Art, Moscow; eager to tell, made portraits of each of his ten subjects and
and the International Center of collected their family photographs. Thomas Keenan, Director
Photography, New York. Sheikh was
named a MacArthur Fellow in 2005 and of the Human Rights Project at Bard College, provides the
a Guggenheim Fellow in 2012.
books introduction, in which he examines the work and atti-
tudes of the early Amherst missionaries in the light of current
human rights discourse and practice.

Wendy Ewald, Thomas Keenan,


Martha Saxton and Fazal Sheikh
The transformation of this world
depends upon you
Voices from Amherst and beyond

Texts by Wendy Ewald
and Martha Saxton
Interviews and photographs
by Fazal Sheikh
Introduction by Thomas Keenan
Book design by Fazal Sheikh
with Simone Eggstein
240 pages
6.3 9.5 in. / 16 24 cm
194 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover

24.00 / 18.00 / US$ 30.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-741-1

74 75
Dayanita Singh was born in New
Delhi in 1961 and studied at the
National Institute of Design in
Ahmedabad and the International
Center of Photography in New York.
Singh has exhibited at institutions
including the Serpentine Gallery
in London and Hamburger Bahnhof in
Berlin, at Hayward Gallery in London Dayanita Singh
and the Chicago Art Institute. She Museum of Chance
represented Germany at the Venice
Biennale in 2013. Handcrafting books
is central to her practice. Singhs
Dayanita Singhs Museum of Chance is a book about how
books at Steidl include Privacy
(2004), Go Away Closer (2007), Sent a life unfolds, and asks to be recorded and edited, along and
Letter (2008), Dream Villa (2010) and
File Room (2013).
off the axis of time. The inscrutably woven photographic
sequence of Singhs Go Away Closer has now grown into a
labyrinth of connections and correspondences. The thread
through this novel-like web of happenings is that elusive
entity called Chance. It is Chance that seems to disperse as
well as gather fragments or clusters of experience, creating
a form of simultaneity that is realized in the idea and matter
of the book, with its interlaced or parallel timelines and pat-
terns of recurrence and return. The eighty-eight quadratone
images in the book will also appear on the front and back
covers in random pairs, transforming each copy of the book
into a distinct piece of work by the author.

While I was in London I dreamed that I was on a boat on the
Thames, which took me to the Anandmayee Ma ashram in
Varanasi. I climbed the stairs and found I had entered the
hotel in Devigarh. At a certain time I tried to leave the fort
but could not find a door. Finally I climbed out through a
window and I was in the moss garden in Kyoto.
Dayanita Singh

Dayanita Singh Exhibitions: Museum fr Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt,
Museum of Chance

September 2014
Texts by Aveek Sen Max Mueller Bhavan, Mumbai, November 2014
Book design by Dayanita Singh
and Gerhard Steidl Max Mueller Bhavan, Delhi, January 2015
96 pages
11 12.8 in. / 28 32.5 cm
88 photographs Co-published with the Museum fr Moderne Kunst,
Quadratone Frankfurt, and Bildmuseet Ume, Sweden
Clothbound hardcover with a
tipped-in photo on front and back

48.00 / 40.00 / US$ 65.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-693-3

76 77
Gabriele Basilico Gabriele Basilico, born in Milan in
1944, began working as a photographer
in 1973, focusing on city and urban
landscapes, and visited Beirut
for the first time directly after
the war in 1991 to take part in
a photographic mission. His works
have been exhibited internationally
including at the Venice Biennale in Nouhad Makdissi (ed.)
1996, 2007 and 2012; at the Stedelijk Beirut Mission. Photos 20092011
Museum in 2000; and at the San
Robert Polidori
Francisco Museum of Modern Art in
2008. Basilico died in early 2013.
In 1991, Gabriele Basilico and Fouad Elkoury were part of

Fouad Elkoury was born in Paris a group of six international photographers on a mission to
in 1952, and began his artistic
career photographing Beirut during
Beirut city center at the end of the Lebanon war. Thanks to
the civil war. In 1997 Elkoury co- these pictures Beirut was put on the international photo
founded the Arab Image Foundation in
Beirut, which archives and promotes graphy map. In 2008, Elkoury proposed a new mission.
photography from the surrounding With Beirut experiencing a unique period of change, it was
region. He has exhibited extensively,
for example at the Maison Europenne essential to document its urban development by producing
de la Photographie in Paris and the a photographic archive of quality and integrity, revealing the
Venice Biennale.
mission of Beirut itself as one of the worlds most complex,
Robert Polidori was born in Montreal
legendary, ever-vibrant, ever-troubled cities. Four photo
in 1951 and today lives and in Los
Angeles. His work has been the graphers were selected to compile Beirut Mission, according
subject of exhibitions in New York,
London, Brazil and Montreal, among
to complementarities between their approaches and expe
other places. In 2006, Polidoris riences. Fouad Elkoury and Klavdij Sluban were invited in
series of photographs of New Orleans
after Hurricane Katrina was exhibited 2009 and again in 2010, Robert Polidori in 2010, and Gabriele
at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Basilico in 2011.
His books with Steidl include
Parcours Musologique Revisit
(2009), Some Points in Between Up Co-published with Solidere, Beirut
Till Now (2010) and EYE and I (2014).

Klavdij Sluban was born in Paris in
1963 and has worked as a photographer
since 1992, focusing on projects
concerning teenagers and young
prisoners in different parts of the
world. Slubans exhibitions include
those at the Centre Pompidou and the
Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris.

Klavdij Sluban

Nouhad Makdissi (ed.)


Beirut Mission. Photos 20092011

Texts by Nouhad Makdissi
Book design by Gerhard Steidl
and Sabine Hahn
Vol. I: Gabriele Basilico, 64 pages
Vol. II: Fouad Elkoury, 64 pages
Vol. III: Robert Polidori, 64 pages
Vol. IV: Klavdij Sluban, 64 pages
Vol. V: Texts and illustrations,
24 pages
8.1 9.8 in. / 20,6 25 cm
208 photographs
Tritone and four-color process
Five softcover books, housed in
a sleeve Slipcase Volume I Volume II

48.00 / 40.00 / US$ 70.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-699-5

Fouad Elkoury

Volume III Volume IV Volume V

78 79
Stephen Dupont, born in 1967
in Sydney, is an award-winning
photographer and documentary
filmmaker. He is internationally
recognized for his work in some of
the worlds most dangerous areas,
including Afghanistan, Iraq, Papua
New Guinea, Israel, India, Rwanda and
Angola. His photographs and handmade Stephen Dupont
artist books are collected by some of Generation AK. The Afghanistan Wars 19932012
the leading institutions such as the
New York Public Library, Library of
Congress, British Library, Yale and
Generation AK. The Afghanistan Wars 19932012 is a retro-
Harvard Universities.
spective selection of images of the country where Stephen
Dupont has covered everything from civil war and the rise of
the Taliban in the 1990s, to the launch of Operation Enduring
Freedom and the ongoing war on terrorism. Dupont com-
pleted much of this work on self-funded trips and as part
of one of the last small independent photographic agencies,
Contact Press Images, of which he has been a member since
1997. In 2008 Dupont survived a suicide bombing while trav-
elling with an Afghan opium eradication team near Jalalabad.

Stephen Dupont
Generation AK
The Afghanistan Wars 19932012

Text and book design by
Stephen Dupont
320 pages
10.8 14.4 in. / 27.5 36.5 cm
260 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover

78.00 / 65.00 / US$ 90.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-727-5

80 81
William Eggleston, born in 1939 in
Memphis, is one of the most important
contemporary American photographers.
From the 1970s onwards, his work has
significantly contributed to the
recognition of color photography as
an artistic medium. Eggleston has
exhibited his work extensively, and William Eggleston
his books with Steidl include Before
Color (2010), Chromes (2011), Los
From Black and White to Color
Alamos Revisited (2012) and At Zenith
(2013).
At the end of the 1950s William Eggleston began to photo-
graph around his home in Memphis using black-and-white
35mm film. Fascinated by the photography of Henri Cartier-
Bresson, Eggleston declared at the time: I couldnt imagine
doing anything more than making a perfect fake Cartier-
Bresson. Eventually Eggleston developed his own style which
later shaped his seminal work in coloran original vision of
the American everyday with its icons of banality: supermar-
kets, diners, service stations, automobiles and ghostly figures
lost in space.
From Black and White to Color includes some exceptional
as yet unpublished photographs, and displays the evolu-
tion, ruptures and above all the radicalness of Egglestons
work when he began photographing in color at the end of
the 1960s. Here we discover similar obsessions and recur-
rent themes as present in his early black-and-white work,
including ceilings, food, and scenes of waiting, as well as
Egglestons unconventional croppingsall definitive traits of
the photographer who famously proclaimed, I am at war
with the obvious.

I had to face the fact that what I had to do was go out into
foreign landscapes. What was new back then, was shopping
centers, and I took pictures of them.
William Eggleston

Co-published with the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, Paris

William Eggleston
From Black and White to Color Exhibition: Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson, Paris,
8 September to 21 December 2014
Introduction by Agns Sire
Text by Thomas Weski
Book design by Sarah Winter
192 pages
6.8 9.2 in. / 17.2 23.3 cm
120 photographs
Four-color process and duotone
Hardcover

38.00 / 32.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-793-0

82 83
Arthur Elgort was born in 1940
and raised in New York City. He
attended Stuyvesant High School and
Hunter College where he initially
studied painting before adopting
photography. Elgorts numerous books
include Personal Fashion Photographs
(1983) and the bestseller Models
Manual (1993), released during the Arthur Elgort
supermodel boom in 1994. Elgort The Big Picture
has also directed two films, Texas
Tenor: The Illinois Jacquet Story
(1992), and the documentary Colorado
This is Arthur Elgorts first comprehensive book, showing his
Cowboy (1993) which portrays
legendary cowboy Bruce Ford and won world-renowned fashion imagery alongside his personal work.
the award for Best Cinematography at
the Sundance Film Festival in 1994.
The Big Picture spans Elgorts five-decade career and illus-
In 2011 Elgort received the Board of trates his longevity as an emulated fashion photographer. His
Directors Special Tribute Award from
the Council of Fashion Designers of lively and casual shooting style is intriguingly influenced by a
America. lifelong love of music and dance, particularly jazz and ballet.
Elgorts 1971 debut in British Vogue created a sensation in the
fashion world where his soon-to-be iconic snapshot style
and emphasis on movement and natural light transcended
norms of fashion photography. Elgort subsequently rose to
fame working for distinguished magazines such as American,
French and Italian Vogue, Interview, GQ, Life and Rolling
Stone, and shooting advertising campaigns for fashion labels
including Chanel, Valentino and Yves Saint Laurent.

Arthur Elgort
The Big Picture

Foreword by Grace Coddington
Essay by Martin Harrison
Book design by Marianne Houtenbos and
Aoife Wasser
424 pages
10 12.7 in. / 24.5 32 cm
280 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

78.00 / 68.00 / US$ 90.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-543-1

84 85
Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer,
publisher and book dealer, began New Special Price
working as a photographer in 1987.
Lagerfeld has since received the
Lucky Strike Design Award from the
Raymond Lewy Foundation, the cultural
prize from the German Photographic
Society, and the ICP Trustees Award
from the International Center of Karl Lagerfeld / Carine Roitfeld
Photography. Steidl has published The Little Black Jacket. Chanels Classic Revisited
most of Lagerfelds books, including
Casa Malaparte (1998), A Portrait (New Expanded Edition)
of Dorian Gray (2004), Room Service

(2006), The Beauty of Violence (2010)
and Moderne Mythologie (2014). This is the updated edition of Karl Lagerfeld and Carine

Carine Roitfeld is a fashion
Roitfelds reinterpretation of CHANELs iconic little black
writer and stylist, and founder and jacket, expanded by twenty-one new photographs. This
editor-in-chief of CR Fashion Book.
Roitfeld began her career as a model award-winning book contains Lagerfelds photographs of
before moving to French Elle as a celebrities wearing the modern adaptable jacket with indivi
journalist and stylist. Meeting Mario
Testino then marked the beginning dual flairsometimes classic, sometimes irreverent, but
of an ongoing collaboration that always CHANELwith each of the protagonists styled by
saw the pair create groundbreaking
advertising campaigns and editorial Carine Roitfeld. A range of accomplished actors, musicians,
shoots. Roitfeld worked as a
designers, models, writers and directors receives the little
consultant with Tom Ford during his
time at Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent, black jacket treatment, including Claudia Schiffer, Uma
and was editor-in-chief of French
Vogue from 2001 to 2011.
Thurman, Kanye West, Tilda Swinton, Baptiste Giabiconi, Yoko
Ono and Sarah Jessica Parker. The projectwhich has been
accompanied by a worldwide travelling exhibitionunderlines
the astounding versatility of CHANELs vision in Lagerfelds
hands and ensures this jackets future as a timeless classic.

Awards:
The Best German Book Design 2012
PHotoEspaa / Best Photography Book of the year 2013
German Design Award 2014

More than 100,000 books sold

Karl Lagerfeld / Carine Roitfeld


The Little Black Jacket
CHANELs Classic Revisited
New Expanded Edition

Book design by Karl Lagerfeld,
Eric Pfrunder and Gerhard Steidl
280 pages
11.4 14.6 in. / 29 37 cm
152 photographs
Quadratone
Otabind softcover housed in a sleeve

58.00 / 45.00 / US$ 70.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-816-6

Theophilus London 87
Alexandra Grant is a Los Angeles-
based artist who uses language,
literature and exchanges with writers
as the basis for her paintings,
drawings and sculptures. Grant
has exhibited at the Museum of
Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, and
the Los Angeles County Museum of Art,
among other museums and galleries. Alexandra Grant / Keanu Reeves
She has collaborated with artists Shadows
and writers including philosopher
and playwright Hlne Cixous and
hypertext pioneer Michael Joyce.
What exactly is a shadow? Is it light tracing an object or the

Keanu Reeves, born in 1964 in Beirut, shape a body throws when it comes between a light source
is a celebrated actor and writer.
Reevess many films include My
and a surface? Is it a metaphor for the intimate, darker side
Own Private Idaho (1991), Speed of a persons nature, the unconscious side of ones self,
(1994), The Matrix (1999) and 47
Ronin (2013). His theatrical roles where daemons and secrets are kept hidden or repressed?
include an acclaimed portrayal of Is it an allegorical place or state of being, somewhere be-
Shakespeares Hamlet at the Manitoba
Theatre Centre (1995). Reeves is also tween darkness and light, living and dying? Or is it a state of
an esteemed producer and director, illusion, like Platos cave? Is it a verb that means to follow or
whose recent projects include Side
by Side (2012) and Man of Tai Chi accompany, or even to spy on?
(2013).
Shadows, a new collaborative series by Alexandra Grant and
Keanu Reeves, explores the real and symbolic nature of the
shadow as image and figure of speech. Grants photographs
capture Reevess shadow at times as a silhouette and at
others as traces of light as he and the camera move together.
In transforming the images into color and reversing light for
dark, Grant has made the shadows themselves the source of
light. Reevess texts, written in tandem with the creation of
the images, give voice to the multiple manifestations of the
shadow: as a projected figure, a place of concealed emotion,
and an invocation to shadow play.

Alexandra Grant / Keanu Reeves


Shadows

Texts by Keanu Reeves
Book design by Alexandra Grant
108 pages
10 12 in. / 25.4 30.5 cm
53 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover

48.00 / 38.00 / US$ 60.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-827-2

88 89
Hkan Ludwigson was born on the
Swedish west coast in the small
town of Vnersborg where he began
his career as a press photographer
at the local newspaper in 1965.
He later made a name for himself
through magazine work for European
publications and advertising
assignments alongside personal Hkan Ludwigson
projects. Ludwigson was a contract Balls and Bulldust
photographer for Cond Nast Traveler
for over 25 years and is seen as one
of the most versatile photographic
Balls and Bulldust explores life and work among the cattle-
artists at the magazine with a
personal vision that has earned him a men of the Northern Territory in Australia. This is not another
worldwide following.
cowboy story, but rather one about men and women work-
ing intensely hard while seeking some kind of solitude and
sense of space in the midst of harsh conditions. For some,
life in Australias outback is a life-long routine. The young are
attracted by its romanticism, but are often shattered by its
hardships: days are blistering hot, nights are cold; people
sleep on swags on the ground for weeks; the food is drab;
red dust is ever-present; and the men are bound to saddles
twelve hours a day, mustering herds of cattle, branding and
castrating young bulls. Ludwigson spent three months with
these fearless cattlemen early in his career, and returned to
his native Sweden with a comprehensive body of work that in
time became Balls and Bulldust.

They come here for the cowboy romance, but after months
in the heat and dust they give up. Some might stay for a cou-
ple of seasons.
A Northern Territory station manager

Hkan Ludwigson
Balls and Bulldust

Introduction by Bengt-Arne Falk
Texts by Hkan Ludwigson, Hasse
Persson and Glen McLaren
Book design by Andrew Cowie /
C52 graphic design ab
270 pages
11.8 11.8 in. / 29.5 29.5 cm
170 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with a
tipped-in photo

68.00 / 58.00 / US$ 80.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-707-7

90 91
Born in 1978 and raised in Japan,
A-chan began her career photographing
advertisements, CD jackets and
magazine editorials. She has since
exhibited her photographs and held
slide shows at galleries in Tokyo
and New York. In 2007 A-chan began
working with Robert Frank, and has
since co-edited and co-designed a A-chan
number of Franks books published Saltn Vinegar
by Steidl including Tal Uf Tal Ab
(2010), Pangnirtung (2011), You Would
(2012) and Household Inventory Record
A-chan created the images in Saltn Vinegar in her home in
(2013).
New York and on travels between 2011 and 2013. Continuing
her eloquent unassuming reflections on her immediate sur-
roundings, A-chan depicts the unexpected beauty of water
streaming from a faucet, a figure skater caught mid-pirou-
ette, street scenes, supermarket shelves and a lone packet of
potato chips, which lends its title to this book. Saltn Vinegar
features both color and black-and-white images, suggesting
that the independent threads of A-chans colored Vibrant
Home and her black-and-white Off Beat, both published by
Steidl in 2012, have now found resolution in book form.

Sometimes there are things not possible and I have to crawl
in the heavy cloudbut not forever I guess. This story comes
from a certain period of my life but it could also just be my
thoughts when I blink.
A-chan

A-chan
Saltn Vinegar

Book design by A-chan
and Gerhard Steidl
72 pages
11 8.7 in. / 28 22 cm
34 black-and-white and
7 color photographs
Tritone and four-color process
Softcover

28.00 / 20.00 / US$ 35.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-784-8

92 93
Martine Fougeron was born in Paris in
1954 and studied at Wellesley College
and lInstitut dEtudes Politiques
de Paris. For the past sixteen years
she has lived with her two sons in
New York. After a successful career
as creative director of perfumery,
Fougeron turned to photography,
studying at the International Martine Fougeron
Center of Photography in New York. Teen Tribe. A World with Two Sons
Fougerons work on her sons has
been exhibited internationally and
is held in major public and private
Teen Tribe is a series of intimate portraits of Martine
collections including the Museum
of Fine Arts in Houston and the Fougerons two adolescent sons and their tribe of friends
Philadelphia Museum of Art. Fougeron
is a regular contributor to The
growing up in New York and France. Begun in 2005, Fougeron
New Yorker and The New York Times has followed the lives of her sons Nicolas and Adrien from the
Magazine. Fougeron is on the faculty
of the International Center of ages of thirteen and fourteen respectively as they entered
Photography. adulthood. The book pictures adolescence as a transforma-
tive state, caught between childhood and adulthood, be-
tween the feminine and masculine, between innocence and
burgeoning self-identity. As both mother and photographer,
Fougeron combines a tender transparency for her subject
with a more distanced view of the world of teenagers. Teen
Tribe is a chronological visual diary of her sons domestic
lives capturing the different rites of passage and challeng-
es they encounter over time. Inspired by Dutch paintings of
domestic scenes, particularly those of Vermeer, as well as by
cinema, Fougerons work is both a sensual biography of two
boys and a depiction of the universal process of growing up
to which all can relate.

Martine Fougeron
Teen Tribe. A World with Two Sons

Essay by Lyle Rexer
Interview by Robert A. Schafer, Jr.
Book design by Martine Fougeron and
Maria Mayer-Feng
200 pages
12.6 10.6 in. / 32 27 cm
115 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover

48.00 / 42.00 / US$ 60.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-545-5

94 95
Philip Brookman is a curator,
photographer, filmmaker and writer.
He is Chief Curator and Head of
Research at the Corcoran Gallery of
Art, Washington, D.C. Brookmans
books, essays and documentaries
concern issues of modern photography,
media, culture, family and visual
arts. Brookman has organized major Philip Brookman
exhibitions with photographers Robert Redlands
Frank, Jim Goldberg, Sally Mann and
Gordon Parks, among others. He is the
author of Helios: Eadweard Muybridge
Redlands weaves together an intimate sequence of pho-
in a Time of Change (Steidl, 2010).
tographs and a short story by Philip Brookman, set in
California, Mexico and New York City during the unsettled
decades of the 1960s and 1970s. Brookman uses fiction
and images from his own photographic diaries to create a
first-person account of Kip, an artist who wanders back and
forth between farmworkers and poetsbetween California
and New Yorkseeking the meaning of his mothers death.
When Kip learns that he cant trust the eyewitness accounts
of his sister, he picks up a camera to find meaning in his own
experience. By juxtaposing the oppositional strategies of
fiction and documentary practice to find an invented narra-
tive, Redlands questions the veracity of logical observation
and embraces the poetry of the real world.

I asked what he thought of California. He said the beauty
didnt fool him. So I told him to visit Redlands and spend
some time with the fruit pickers, and then stop by the rail
yards after sunset to blow the seeds off dandelions and
watch them float away in the wind. He wrote that down in his
notebook.
Philip Brookman

Philip Brookman
Redlands

Text and book design by
Philip Brookman
208 pages
6 9 in. / 15.2 22.9 cm
94 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover

38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-686-5

96 97
John Cohen, born in 1932 in New York,
is a photographer, filmmaker and
musician. An MFA graduate from Yale
University School of Fine Arts, Cohen
was active in the artistic circles of
late-1950s and early-1960s New York,
and worked with Robert Frank on his
film Pull My Daisy (1959). Steidl
has published Cohens Past Present John Cohen
Peru (2010), The High and Lonesome Walking in the Light
Sound. The Legacy of Roscoe Holcomb
(2012) and Here and Gone. Bob Dylan,
Woody Guthrie & the 1960s (2014).
Walking in the Light is John Cohens photographic journey
towards and through gospel music. From 1954 to 1964 he
photographed in the black churches of East New York, on
the streets of New Haven, in the home of blind Reverend
Gary Davis, as well as in the darkness of a boxing gym and
the blackness of coal shovelers at an industrial site. Of all
these images, those of worshippers at a small church in
Harlem form the emotional centerpiece of Cohens journey,
where music leads to spiritual release in trances and dances.
The last destination of this odyssey is Johns Island, South
Carolina, where Gullah children connect to African ancestors
through games and play.
Cohens photographs of musical performances in religious
settings reflect the inner sound expressed on the face of a
singer, a soulful expression, the quality of light that illumi-
nates the face of a child, or the intensity of a prayer. Sound,
song and religious feeling are permanently rendered in black
and white.

John Cohen
Walking in the Light

Texts by John Cohen
Book design by Sarah Winter
and Gerhard Steidl
96 pages
8.9 9.1 in. / 22.5 23 cm
75 photographs
Tritone
Clothbound hardcover with a
tipped-in photo

38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-772-5

98 99
Raymond Depardon, born in
Villefranche-sur-Sane in 1942,
is a photographer and filmmaker.
In 1967 he co-founded Gamma photo
agency and became a full member of
Magnum in 1979. Depardons numerous
awards include the Robert Capa Gold
Medal, the Csar Award for Best
Documentary and a nomination for an Raymond Depardon
Academy Award. His books with Steidl Berlin
include Villes/Cities/Stdte (2007),
Manhattan Out (2008), and Manicomio
(2013).
Beginning his career as a foreign correspondent, Raymond
Depardon has since established himself as a major artist
through his books, exhibitions and films. Between 1961 and
2013, he frequently photographed the constantly chang-
ing rhythm of Berlin which is the focus of this book. Here
Depardon is witness to the construction of the Berlin Wall,
the arrival of famous visitors like Robert Kennedy and Queen
Elisabeth, the Tunix congress, the fall of the Wall, and the
reconstruction of two sides of an abandoned frontier which
never really disappeared. Finally Depardon depicts contem-
porary Berlin, a fractured and fascinating city of memorials,
eclecticism and self-realization.

I come from journalism, but at the same time Im tempted
by poetry, politics, and maybe the idea of being a witness, a
belief that you can still change things with the image.
Raymond Depardon

Raymond Depardon
Berlin

Texts by Raymond Depardon
Book design by Valrie Gautier
288 pages
13 9.8 in. / 33 25 cm
300 photographs
Tritone
Hardcover

58.00 / 48.00 / US$ 80.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-790-9

100 101
Michael von Graffenried was born in
Bern in 1957 and lives in Paris. He
began his career as a photojournalist
and today works on long-time projects
employing different media. Von
Graffenrieds photographs have been
exhibited in France, Switzerland,
New York, Algiers, Hong Kong and
Beirut, and form part of various Michael von Graffenried
international collections. He was Bierfest
the third Swiss artist, after Robert
Frank and Ren Burri, to receive
the Dr. Erich Salomon Award from
All year long, the people of Munich look forward to
the German Photographic Association
(DGPh) in 2010. Oktoberfest. When the time finally comes, the citys in-
habitants, joined by thousands of tourists from all over the
world, don their lederhosen and dirndls and gather on the
Wiesn. With seven million liters of beer flowing at record
speed, social boundaries soon dissolve. The grass by the
tents becomes a makeshift urinal and is steadily strewn with
intoxicated corpses, while the police and medical teams try
to keep up with sinking inhibition thresholds. Bierfest shines
light on the decadent side of the worlds most famous folk
festival, and celebrates its nostalgia and mass delirium in
equal measure.

It sometimes felt like a civil war.
Michael von Graffenried

Michael von Graffenried


Bierfest

Book design by Michael von
Graffenried and Gerhard Steidl
120 pages
11.6 9.4 in. / 29.5 24 cm
50 double-page panorama photographs
Four-colour process
Hardcover

38.00 / 28.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-680-3

Bierfest

102 103
Artist, author and filmmaker Philipp
Keel was born in Zurich. Keels
photographs, paintings, drawings
and silkscreen prints have since
been shown in numerous international
exhibitions and are held in leading
collections. In collaboration with
printer Don Weinstein and Epson,
Keel has developed the Imbue Print, Philipp Keel
setting a new standard for large- Splash
format artists inkjet prints. In
2003 Steidl published Color, the most
comprehensive monography of Keels
Splash presents a rigorous selection of Philipp Keels photo-
Imbue Prints. In 2012 Keel succeeded
his father Daniel Keel as publisher graphs from the last decade. Keels luminous, color-intense
of Diogenes Verlag in Zurich.
images celebrate the pleasure and strange beauty of random
details and objects. While his bold style may appear sponta-
neous, Keel meticulously experiments with the processes of
image creation in the darkroom, condensing forms and tones
so that everyday subjects adopt abstract qualities. Keels
most recent photographs depict motifs in or near water:
here objects dissolve in movement, take on a life of their
own, and entrance us with a shimmering ambivalence.

The serendipity of my photos is not that I chance upon the
motif, but that in this crucial instant I happen to have a cam-
era with me. In that moment I transform from a collector of
impressions to an explorer.
Philipp Keel

Philipp Keel
Splash

Texts by Hans-Ulrich Obrist
Book design by Kobi Benezri
112 pages
10.6 11.8 in. / 27 30 cm
53 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover

48.00 / 38.00 / US$ 65.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-799-2

Philipp Keel: Below the Surface, 2007 105


Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer,
publisher and book dealer, began
working as a photographer in 1987.
Lagerfeld has since received the
Lucky Strike Design Award from the
Raymond Lewy Foundation, the cultural
prize from the German Photographic
Society, and the ICP Trustees Award
from the International Center of Karl Lagerfeld
Photography. Steidl has published CHANEL Art
most of Lagerfelds books, including
Casa Malaparte (1998), A Portrait
of Dorian Gray (2004), Room Service
For the set of CHANELs Spring-Summer 2014 Prt--Porter
(2006), The Beauty of Violence (2010)
and the best-selling The Little Black fashion show on 1 October 2013, Karl Lagerfeld transformed
Jacket (2012).
Pariss Grand Palais into a vast art gallery filled with specially
created CHANEL artworks. CHANEL Art is a record of this
gallery and unique moment in fashion history.
Lagerfeld personally conceived each of the diverse paintings,
sculptures and installations, many of which are ironic inter-
pretations of CHANELs famous icons informed by a pop sen-
sibility. Here we see expressive paintings of camellias, ladders
with gold chains as rungs, and a cubist take on the two-tone
shoe jostling for space alongside a robot in the shape of a No
5 perfume bottle and a giant sculpture of the double C logo.
The myriad themes of art similarly shaped Lagerfelds collec-
tionfrom dresses printed with color charts, fabrics like can-
vases spattered with paint, to graffitied art students back-
packsall proof that the designers fashion creations and
the sets in which they are shown are themselves like single
consolidated artworks.

Karl Lagerfeld
CHANEL Art

Book design by Karl Lagerfeld
and Gerhard Steidl
160 pages
8.1 8.9 in. / 20.5 22.5 cm
76 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with two-color
embossing and a tipped-in photo

28.00 / 22.00 / US$ 40.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-766-4

106 107
Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer,
publisher and book dealer, began
working as a photographer in 1987.
Lagerfeld has since received the
Lucky Strike Design Award from the
Raymond Lewy Foundation, the cultural
prize from the German Photographic
Society, and the ICP Trustees Award
from the International Center of Karl Lagerfeld
Photography. Steidl has published CHANEL Shopping Center
most of Lagerfelds books, including
Casa Malaparte (1998), A Portrait
of Dorian Gray (2004), Room Service
CHANELs fashion shows are always unexpected, but with the
(2006), The Beauty of Violence (2010)
and the best-selling The Little Black set of Karl Lagerfelds most recent Fall-Winter 2014/15 Prt-
Jacket (2012).
-Porter collection for the house, the designer seems to
have finally outdone himself. The concept of the catwalk was
born anew as the CHANEL Shopping Center, where models
jostled with one another as they browsed shelves and placed
items in their shopping trolleys.
This was, of course, no normal supermarket but a spec-
tacular ironic reinterpretation of CHANELs beloved codes,
where produce and packaging were re-designed according
to Lagerfelds wit and whim. There were thousands of items
to behold including Mont Cambon wine, Mademoiselle Priv
doormats, tweed energy drinks, Coco Flakes (to be eat-
en with no more than Lait de Coco), Paris-Dallas ketchup,
lion-shaped pasta, as well as bottled water labeled Eau de
CHANEL No 0. The visual vocabulary of the supermarket
equally informed Lagerfelds collection: from chain shop-
ping baskets, vacuum-packed handbags, bottle-top and
padlock-shaped jewelry, to iridescent outfits with shoplift-
er-sized pockets.
This book preserves the CHANEL Shopping Center in print,
and is playfully styled as a mail order catalogue displaying all
Karl Lagerfeld items seemingly for purchasebut only while stocks last.
CHANEL Shopping Center

Book design by Karl Lagerfeld
I like fashion to be part of daily life CHANEL is all about
and Gerhard Steidl
160 pages that.
9.1 11.8 in. / 23 30 cm
220 photographs
Karl Lagerfeld
Four-color process
Softcover

20.00 / 16.00 / US$ 30.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-815-9

STEIDL

108 109
Karl Lagerfeld, fashion designer,
publisher and book dealer, began
working as a photographer in 1987.
Lagerfeld has since received the
Lucky Strike Design Award from the
Raymond Lewy Foundation, the cultural
prize from the German Photographic
Society, and the ICP Trustees Award
from the International Center of Karl Lagerfeld
Photography. Steidl has published Cassina as Seen by Karl
most of Lagerfelds books, including
Casa Malaparte (1998), A Portrait
of Dorian Gray (2004), Room Service
In 2013 the distinguished Italian furniture manufacturing
(2006), The Beauty of Violence (2010)
and the best-selling The Little Black company Cassina invited Karl Lagerfeld to choose his favorite
Jacket (2012).
pieces of furniture for an unusual photographic mise-en-
scne: I had never worked on a project like this before. To
visually reinterpret examples of perfect design is completely
new for me, and therefore stimulating, exciting even.
Before Lagerfelds lens, iconic chairs, tables and chaise
longues by Modernist legends such as Le Corbusier, Rietveld
and Perriand condense to their absolute, abstract essence. In
his inimitably sleek and sophisticated photographs, Lagerfeld
reveals the form in Formalism. Here furniture is seen in an
atypical, decontextualized mode of presentation, detached
from its usual environment, isolated and dramatically lit like
a sculpture. The result is a tenderly chosen compendium of
twenty-one images that respects the artistic intentions of
the designers while simultaneously creating a new aesthetic.

Karl Lagerfeld
Cassina as Seen by Karl

Book design by Karl Lagerfeld
and Gerhard Steidl
64 pages
11.4 14.6 in. / 29 37 cm
21 high-glossy photographs tipped in
by hand into the book pages
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover housed in a
handmade slipcase

88.00 / 70.00 / US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-738-1

110 111
Juergen Teller, born in Erlangen,
Germany, in 1964, studied at the
Bayerische Staatslehranstalt fr
Photographie in Munich. His work
has been published in influential
magazines such as W Magazine, i-D
and Purple, and has been the subject
of solo exhibitions at institutions
including The Photographers Gallery Juergen Teller / Nicolas Ghesquire
in London, the Kunsthalle Wien and I Just Arrived in Paris
the Fondation Cartier pour lart
contemporain in Paris. Teller won Louis Vuitton, FallWinter 2014/15
the prestigious Citibank Photography

Prize in 2003, and has published
numerous monographs with Steidl On 5 March 2014, Juergen Teller photographed the eagerly
including Marc Jacobs Advertising
19982009 (2009), Pictures and Text
anticipated first collection by Nicolas Ghesquire as the new
(2012), The Master III, (2009) and artistic director of Louis Vuitton. In his inimitable style, Teller
The Keys to the House (2012).
visualizes the designers ambitious manifesto for the luxury
Nicolas Ghesquire was born in house: Louis Vuitton is a land of contrasts. A time-honored
Comines in the north of France
in 1971. He began his fashion and noble legacy is kept alive by a yearning for discovery and
career at the age of fifteen, and exploration. Coursing boldly and imaginatively through the
in 1991 joined Jean Paul Gaultier
as an assistant designer. In 1995 decades, Louis Vuitton refreshes the world of fashion with
Ghesquire was appointed creative
an untiring ebb and flow of retrospective and fresh perspec-
director of Balenciaga, where he
was soon acclaimed for his sculpted tive This initial collection tells a tale of expertise made
silhouettes and progessive style.
In 2006 Ghesquire was voted by
possible by innovative techniques. It focuses on the highlights
Time as one of the worlds 100 most and remains open to interpretation. Living proof that todays
influential people, and in 2007 he
was made a Chevalier des Arts et des timeless was at one time seen as innovative. In this collec-
Lettres by the French government. tion, the timeless is now.
This book is a collaboration between two of the most influ-
ential vanguards working in contemporary fashion. Tellers
candid, unadorned aesthetic perfectly complements the
restrained luxury of Ghesquires fashion, marking the begin-
ning of a new chapter in the rich history of Louis Vuitton.

Juergen Teller / Nicolas Ghesquire


I Just Arrived in Paris
Louis Vuitton, FallWinter 2014/15

Interview with Juergen Teller and
Nicolas Ghesquire by Sylvia Jorif
Book design by M/M (Paris)
5 backstage posters
12 fold-out lookbook posters
9 campaign prints, 35.5 28 cm
4 photo prints, 18 24 cm
10 photo prints, 13 18 cm
1 text booklet
Packed in a handmade archive box
11.8 15 1.2 in. / 30 38 3 cm

95.00 / 75.00 / US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-823-4

112 113
Jason Schmidt was born in 1969 in
New York, and graduated from Columbia
University in 1991 with a degree
in art history. His photographs
have been exhibited at institutions
including the Museum of Contemporary
Art in Los Angeles, The Martin Z.
Marguiles Collection in Miami,
and Deitch Projects in New York. Jason Schmidt
Schmidts photographs have appeared Artists II
in The New York Times Magazine,
Vanity Fair, Harpers Bazaar, The New
Yorker, and V Magazine, among others.
Artists II is the second volume of Jason Schmidts ongoing
Schmidt lives and works in New York
City. Edition 7L published Schmidts photographic documentation of todays most significant
Artists in 2007.
artists. From young to old creative forces, emerging to ca-
reer-peaking, world-famous or as yet unknown, Schmidts
images, captured over a period of twelve years, are an
incisive look into the art world of today. Artists II depicts 166
artists, including John Baldessari, Ai Weiwei, Glenn Ligon and
Cindy Sherman, in their studios or work environments, show-
ing the practitioners in their most intimate momentsin the
process of creation. A revealing text by each artist accompa-
nies his or her portrait; some are literal descriptions of the
encounter, others are poetic or enigmatic. Situated between
portraiture and landscape, Schmidts photographs show art
and artist in constant transformation, and form a compre-
hensive archive of contemporary artistic practice.

Jason Schmidt
Artists II

Edited by Alix Browne
and Christopher Bollen
Texts by Jason Schmidt
and various artists
Book design by Greg Foley, Pierre
Consorti and Zachary Ohlman
180 pages
11.7 11.8 in. / 29.7 30 cm
166 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover

58.00 / 48.00 / US$ 70.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-632-2

Top: Roni Horn Bottom: Simon Starling 115


Bettina Rheims was born in Paris in
1952 and began photographing in the
early 1980s. Since her first body
of work, Female Trouble (198089),
Rheims has dedicated herself to the
exploration of women, famous and
not, and marginalized people. Steidl
published Rheimss Shanghai in 2004.
Bettina Rheims
Bonkers! A Fortnight in London

In Bonkers! A Fortnight in London, Bettina Rheims continues
to explore the cities that inspire her. After Parisfeatured in
many of her booksand Shanghai, Rheims now indulges in the
wild eccentricities of London, surrounding herself with mod-
els, actresses and other beauties on the goin between cat-
walks, concerts and parties. Together the women play with
the toys and tools of their trade: fashion accessories and
costumes thrown into the mix by none other than Vivienne
Westwood, lewd disguises and blatant nudity. Bonkers! is a
dim, surreal world of female self-expression and eroticism.

Divine and frivolous, they dance on the ruins of our sad,
crisis-torn world. They play, transform and reinvent them-
selves to bravely remind us that life is just a game.
Bettina Rheims

Exhibition: Camera Work, Berlin, from September 2014

Bettina Rheims
Bonkers! A Fortnight in London

Edited by Patrick Remy
Text by Bettina Rheims
Book design by Bettina Rheims,
Victor Balko and Gerhard Steidl
88 pages
8.7 11 in. / 22 28 cm
48 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover

38.00 / 32.00 / US$ 50.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-803-6

116 117
Bettina Rheims was born in Paris in
1952 and began photographing in the
early 1980s. Since her first body of
work, Female Trouble (198089),
Rheims has dedicated herself to the
exploration of women, famous and
not, and marginalized people. Steidl
published Rheimss Shanghai in 2004.
Bettina Rheims
Gender Studies

Twenty years after Modern Lovers, a body of work on an-
drogyny and transgender created when AIDS was at its peak,
Bettina Rheims now presents Gender Studies. In the light of
current controversial debates on gender theory, Rheimss
models display remarkable courage by questioning, modifying
and celebrating their identities.

Yesterday, on a beautiful Sunday afternoon, I was strolling
along the Seine trying to reach the right bank. Paris was full
of police cars blocking access to the bridges, while mass-
es of people, normal families, were rushing towards the
center of town. They were carrying aggressive banners dis-
playing homophobic and racist statements, and refused to
acknowledge the existence of gender theory. Three years
earlier I had placed an ad on Facebook encouraging young
men and women who felt different to contact my studio.
We received dozens of replies, from all over the world, like
faraway calls wanting to be heard. It was my aim to show
them and give them a voiceto acknowledge them. They
came to the studio, exposed themselves shyly, and I photo-
graphed them just like that.
Bettina Rheims

Bettina Rheims
Gender Studies

Edited by Patrick Remy
Text by Bettina Rheims
With an audio CD by
Frdric Sanchez
Book design by Bettina Rheims,
Victor Balko and Gerhard Steidl
80 pages
9.8 13 in. / 24.9 33 cm
36 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover

48.00 / 42.00 / US$ 65.00
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118 119
Zanele Muholi was born in Umlazi,
Durban, and studied photography at
the Market Photo Workshop in Newtown,
Johannesburg, in 2003. She has
received numerous awards including
the 2013 Index on Censorship Freedom
of Expression Award, the Fine Prize
for an emerging artist at the
2013 Carnegie International, and a Zanele Muholi
Prince Claus Award. Muholis work Faces and Phases 200614
has been shown at the 55th Venice
Biennale, Documenta 13, the 29th
So Paulo Biennial, Les Rencontres
In Faces and Phases 200614, Zanele Muholi embarks on
dArles, Les Rencontres de Bamako,
and at institutions including the a journey of visual activism to ensure black queer and
Victoria and Albert Museum, London;
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art;
transgender visibility. Despite South Africas progressive
Huis Marseille, Amsterdam; Schwules Constitution and twenty years of democracy, black lesbians
Museum, Berlin; and The Walther
Collection, Neu-Ulm and New York. and trans men remain the targets of brutal hate crimes and
so-called corrective rapes. Taken over the past eight years,
the more than 250 portraits in this book, accompanied by
moving testimonies, present a compelling statement about
the lives and struggles of these individuals. They also com-
prise an unprecedented and invaluable archive: marking,
mapping and preserving an often invisible community for
posterity.

Co-published with The Walther Collection, Neu-Ulm and
New York

Zanele Muholi
Faces and Phases 200614

Texts by Zanele Muholi
and Gabeba Baderoon
Book design by Gabrielle Guy
368 pages
6.7 9.4 in. / 17 24 cm
260 photographs
Tritone
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120 121
Sbastien Lifshitz was born in Paris
in 1968. After studying art history,
he began working in contemporary art
in 1990, assisting curator Bernard
Blistne at the Centre Pompidou,
and photographer Suzanne Lafont. In
1994, Lifshitz turned to filmmaking,
dedicating equal attention to fiction
and documentary. His films have Sbastien Lifshitz
received numerous awards such as the Amateur
Prix Jean Vigo, the Kodak Award, the
Berlin Film Festivals Teddy twice,
and the Best Documentary Film Csar
Amateur consists of four volumes and unites a vast collection
2013 for The Invisibles. Lifshitzs
Bambi was selected at the 2013 of amateur photographs assembled by filmmaker Sbastien
Berlinale.
Lifshitz over the last twenty years. Found at flea markets all
over the world and in photo galleries or on the Internet, they
are divided into four themes: the uncanny, empty places,
blurs, and beachsides. Each volume revolves around one of
these recurring themes, playing with the different frames, the
changes of light, movement and subject in order to create an
immense poetic collage.

These amateur images, slipped out of family albums to ran-
domly enter the world, offering themselves to those who care
Sbastien Lifshitz
Amateur to take them on, made me realize what really fascinates me
about photography: the longevity of its traces, the manifes-
Book design by Sbastien Lifshitz
and Gerhard Steidl tation of forgotten lives. In his book Camera Lucida, Roland
Vol. I: Superfreak, 160 pages
Barthes called it the that-has-been. I hold the proof of
Vol. II: Under the sand, 152 pages
Vol. III: Someone was here, 168 pages those peoples existence in my hands.
Vol. IV: Flou, 152 pages
7.9 8 in. / 20 20,3 cm
Sbastien Lifshitz
486 photographs
Four-color process
Four clothbound hardcover books
housed in a slipcase

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ISBN 978-3-86930-739-8

Slipcase Volume I Volume II

Volume III Volume IV

122 123
Gleb Kosorukov was born in a closed
city, a secret scientific center
for strategic nuclear research in
the Urals, Russia. After completing
a degree in nuclear physics at the
National Research Nuclear Physics
University in Moscow, Kosorukov
worked as a photographic journalist,
covering Russias transition period Gleb Kosorukov
for The New York Times and The Heroes of Labour
Guardian. In 2000 he moved to Paris
where he created fashion editorials. or 100 from the Stakhanov mine
Currently Kosorukov is focused on

his multimedia art and documentary
projects. On 31 August 1935 Alexej Stakhanov, a jackhammer operator
at Central-Irmino coal mine, mined a record 102 tons of coal
in five hours and forty-five minutes (fourteen times his daily
quota). The launch of an unprecedented state-run campaign
for popularizing extraordinary labor achievements made
Stakhanov a Soviet preeminent hero. Soon after, his portrait
appeared on the cover of Time. For the first time a laborer
had been elevated to worldwide fame for his performance
at work. Since then the term Stakhanovism has defined
ecstatic labor and professional over-accomplishment as a
form of heroism.
On the 74th anniversary of Stakhanovs achievement, Gleb
Kosorukov undertook a photographic research project on
the identity of modern miners as an archetype of the working
class, affected by the changing value of material labor and
the decline of social justice. Kosorukov took 100 portraits
of miners during shift changes at the largest mine in Europe,
located in the eastern Ukraine, which bears the name of
Stakhanov. Due to the neoliberal pressure of global capital-
ism and the radical changes in the nature of the labor mar-
ket, Ukrainian mines are closing apace; more than 100,000
miners stand to lose their jobs within the next five years.
Kosorukovs work examines what remains of the miner-myth
in the image of the worker-heroes of today.
Gleb Kosorukov
Heroes of Labour
In some ways miners are modern saints. They know that one
or 100 from the Stakhanov mine
day they might not return from the mine. Responsible for civ-
Text by Gleb Kosorukov
ilizations biggest energy resource, their job is to some extent
Book design by Gleb Kosorukov
and Gerhard Steidl a sacrifice for humankind.
192 pages
9.5 13 in. / 24 33 cm
Gleb Kosorukov
100 photographs
Four-color process
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124 125
Mauro DAgati, born in 1968 in
Palermo, began working as a
professional photographer in 1995,
initially documenting Sicilian jazz
festivals, art and theater events,
before working for Italian and
international magazines. Steidl has
published DAgatis Palermo Unsung
(2009), Alamar (2010), Napule Shot Mauro DAgati
(2010) and Sit Lux et Lux Fuit Marzias Family
(2012).

Mauro DAgati met Marzia on a beach near Palermo in 2007
and began taking pictures of her and her family during their
summer vacation. The unexpected ease of interaction be-
tween photographer and subject encouraged DAgati to un-
dertake a series depicting Marzias transition from childhood
into adolescence, with the ambition of spending several days
Mauro DAgati
with her family every year.
Marzias Family The resulting five volumes of this publication show the family

Book design by Mauro DAgati over a period of about five years: their summer vacations on
Vol. I: Summer Holidays an illegal camping lot in the industrial area of Termini Imerese,
72 pages, 55 photographs
Vol. II: The Holy Communion the celebration of Marzias and her brother Claudios First
80 pages, 64 photographs
Communion, family reunions with abundant food and games,
Vol. III: The Epiphany
48 pages, 42 photographs and the curiosities and family portraits at nonnas house
Vol. IV: Pupettas home
in Palermos deprived Zen 2 district. Throughout this close
48 pages, 42 photographs
Vol. V: Summer Holidays II photographic chronicle Marzia represents the epitome of the
80 pages, 69 photographs
7.9 10.6 in. / 20 27 cm
anti-model, defying prefabricated aesthetic standards while
Four-color process candidly emanating joy and self-confidence.
Five stapled softcover books
housed in a slipcase

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ISBN 978-3-86930-605-6

M au ro
dAgat i

M a rz ias
Fa m i ly

St e i d l

Slipcase Volume I Volume II

Volume III Volume IV Volume V

126 127
Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, Ohio,
Jim Dine completed a Bachelor of
Fine Arts at Ohio University in 1957
and has since become one of the most
profound and prolific contemporary
artists. Dines unparalleled career
spans fifty years, and his work
is held in numerous private and
public collections. His books at Jim Dine
Steidl include Birds (2001), The Tools
Photographs, so far (2003), Hot Dream
(52 Books) (2008), and A Printmakers
Document (2013).
When I was born, I came home to my grandfathers house.
His name was Morris Cohen. He was my mothers father. I
lived with him for three years until my parents built a small
little house and we moved away. But from the time I was born
until he died when I was nineteen, I either spoke to him or
saw him every day. He owned a hardware store that catered
to plumbers, electricians, woodworkers, contractors. It was
an early version of a contractors supply store. It was called
The Save Supply Company. He was a very large man, and he
felt he could do anything with his hands. He made tables, he
fixed automobiles, he was an electrician, and he was lousy at
all of it. But through sheer force of will, he forged ahead.
Jim Dine

Jim Dine
Tools

Text by Jim Dine
Book design by Jim Dine
and Gerhard Steidl
96 pages
11.6 12.4 in. / 29.5 31.5 cm
44 photographs
Tritone
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128 129
Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, Ohio,
Jim Dine completed a Bachelor of
Fine Arts at Ohio University in 1957
and has since become one of the most
profound and prolific contemporary
artists. Dines unparalleled career
spans fifty years, and his work
is held in numerous private and
public collections. His books at Jim Dine
Steidl include Birds (2001), The My Tools
Photographs, so far (2003), Hot Dream
(52 Books) (2008), and A Printmakers
Document (2013).
Tools have belonged to Jim Dines favorite motifs since his
beginnings as an artist, and are a passion born in his child-
hood, when his grandfather and later his father ran a hard-
ware store in Cincinnati. My Tools provides new insight into
Dines ongoing photographic exploration of this multifaceted
theme. In large-format black-and-white and color photo-
graphs, as well as heliogravures produced between 2001 and
2014, he explores the formal vocabulary of individual objects,
their materials, as well as their collective constellations and
surrounding spaces. Dine defines himself as an artist through
the tools and objects he creates with his own hands. His
analog photographsthemselves creations of a complex tool,
the cameraare both true to the objective appearance of his
tools, while opening up our field of imagination.

Tools were always available for me to play with It wasnt
or isnt the craftsmanship that interests me, but the juxtapo-
sition of tools.
Jim Dine

Co-published with Die Photographische Sammlung / SK
Stiftung Kultur, Cologne
Jim Dine

My Tools Exhibition: Die Photographische Sammlung / SK Stiftung

Interview between Diana Michener Kultur, Cologne, 19 September 2014 to 22 February 2015
and Jim Dine
Introduction by
Gabriele Conrath-Scholl
Book design by Jim Dine
and Gerhard Steidl
180 pages
6.7 9.5 in. / 17 24 cm
79 photographs
Four-color process
Softcover

28.00 / 20.00 / US$ 35.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-828-9

130 131
Born in 1935 in Cincinnati, Ohio,
Jim Dine completed a Bachelor of
Fine Arts at Ohio University in 1957
and has since become one of the most
profound and prolific contemporary
artists. Dines unparalleled career
spans fifty years, and his work
is held in numerous private and
public collections. His books at Jim Dine
Steidl include Birds (2001), The A History of Communism
Photographs, so far (2003), Hot Dream
(52 Books) (2008) and A Printmakers
Document (2013).
This history came about because my friends, Sarah Dudley
and Ulie Kuhle, litho printers in Berlin, were given about 100
litho stones from a former Socialist art academy in what was
the D.D.R. The stones all had images on them drawn by forty
years of students under the oppressive regime. I asked them
to reactivate the stones and print them on Zerkall Paper 450
g/m. Most images I chose of the 100 were able to have life
breathed into them. We had finally forty-five images. They
editioned the lithographs and then sent them to us in Walla
Walla, Washington. I drew and ground and bit copper plates
to go over them. I wanted a black view of the image and a
sense of Berlin in the East as I knew it when the horrible wall
was still up. The etchers who came to work with me every
summer over two and a half years have coaxed the exact
mood I wanted out of the plates.
Jim Dine

Jim Dine
A History of Communism

Text by Jim Dine
Book design by Jim Dine
and Gerhard Steidl
80 pages
6.7 9.5 in. / 17 24 cm
48 plates
Four-color process
Softcover

24.00 / 18.00 / US$ 30.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-791-6

132 133
Koto Bolofo was born in South
Africa in 1959 and raised in Great
Britain. Bolofo has photographed for
magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair
and GQ, and made short films for the
Berlinale and Venice Film Festival.
He has created advertising campaigns
for companies including Herms,
Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton and Dom Koto Bolofo
Prignon, and his books with Steidl Papermaking
include Venus (2008), I Spy with My
Little Eye, Something Beginning with
S (2010), Grande Complication (2010),
Hahnemhle is the oldest paper mill in Germanyand indeed
Vroom! Vroom! (2010), La Maison
(2011), Horse Power (2011), Lord the worldwhich has consistently produced fine art paper
Snowdon (2012), The Prison (2014) and
Rolls-Royce (2014).
since its inception over 400 years ago. Using their own supply
of spring water and imported pulps, Hahnemhle crafts
luxury papers based on time-tested traditional methods. In
Papermaking, Koto Bolofo graphically captures Hahnemhles
artisanal processes and antique machinery alongside todays
most advanced technologies, uncovering the attention to
detail, vision and pride that have sustained the companys
unmatched reputation for centuries.

Koto Bolofo
Papermaking

Text by Koto Bolofo
and Gerhard Steidl
Book design by Koto Bolofo
and Gerhard Steidl
160 pages
11.4 14.6 in. / 29 37 cm
148 photographs
Tritone
Clothbound hardcover

48.00 / 38.00 / US$ 65.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-637-7

Koto Bolofo / Papermaking

134 135
Yann Mingard was born in Lausanne in
1973, and is primarily interested
in different forms of landscape
photography. In his book East of a
New Eden (2010) he explored, together
with Alban Kakulya, the Eastern
borders of the European Union. In
Repaires (2012) he takes the beholder
into the mysterious undergrowth of Yann Mingard
the forests. Mingard works for Le Deposit
Monde, Du and Colors, among other
publications.
How does our secular society manage its heritage and,
with that, its future? By collecting and archiving data with
near-religious zeal: human DNA in the form of slivers of
umbilical cord, dental samples and sperm; DNA of animals
already extinct in the wild; the seeds of all manner of (agri-
cultural) plants. And, of course, vast quantities of digital data
that we leave behind on the endless data pathways of the
Internet, credit card statements and official registers.
From 2009 to 2013, Swiss photographer Yann Mingard docu-
mented our mania for collection and storage in images that
raise many of the unasked but pressing questions of our time.
Do propagation technologies transform the human prosthetic
God into a veritable demiurge? Does the obsessive collection
of data perhaps even mask a sense of unease at the disap-
pearance of religious rituals and doctrines? What is the sig-
nificance of diverse plant and animal species that exist only as
rare individual specimens in laboratories, zoos and botanical
seedbanks? Will the age-old fantasy of eternal life one day
become a real biological and medical possibility?
Mingards meticulously documented images are divided into
four chaptersPlants, Animals, Humans, and Data
and alternate with an extensive glossary of technical terms.
Deposit thus presents a comprehensive compendium of the
subject matter.

Exhibitions:
Museum Folkwang, Essen, 11 October 2014 to 18 January 2015
FotoMuseum Provincie, Antwerp, 20 February to 7 June 2015
GwinZegal, Guingamp, France, Spring 2016

Yann Mingard
Deposit

Edited by Daniela Janser,
Thomas Seelig and Florian Ebner
Introduction by Thomas Seelig
Texts by Thomas Lemke
and Jacques Arnould
Glossary by Lars Willumeit
Book design by Moir: Marc Kappeler,
Dominik Huber, Ruth Amstutz
280 pages
6.5 9.3 in. / 16.4 23.5 cm
55 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover

35.00 / 28.00 / US$ 50.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-762-6

136 137
Born in Michelstadt in 1944,
Germany, Rebecca Horn has since
created an ambitious oeuvre of
performances, films, sculptures,
spatial installations, drawings and
photographs. Despite employing such
diverse media as mirrors, musical
instruments, funnels, suitcases and
feathers, Horns imagery invariably Rebecca Horn
materializes from the singular and The Maribor Project
precise technical approach by which
she stages her works. Horn has
exhibited and published extensively.
The Maribor Project was part of the European Capital of
Culture events in Maribor, Slovenia, in 2012 and took place
at Umetnostna Galerija Maribor (UGM) over one and a half
months. The project focused on the exhibition of some of
Rebecca Horns most acknowledged works, chosen by the
artist and comprising installations, mechanized sculptures
and drawings. Horn also selected works by key contemporary
artistsMatthias Deumlich, Ali Kaaf, Antonio Paucar, Jakob
Schaible and Markus Wsteto participate in an interna-
tional dialogue at UGM. The event was accompanied by
poetry readings by Rod Mengham, Toma alamun, Joachim
Sartorius and Yang Lian, a roundtable discussion with Horn
and Ale teger, a concert by Hayden Chisholm, and a film
presentation.
For a moment, the intercultural and interdisciplinary ap-
proaches of both the exhibition and the Maribor Project
managed to break down the divisions between disciplines
and cultures. The artistic diversity, the specific political,
social, and historical references to Slovenia, and the aes
thetic relationships between the diverse works on display
allowed visitors to explore the complex ways in which art
deals with philosophical approaches to life and death, love
and hatred, and the inner and outer worlds.
Rebecca Horn
The Maribor Project
Co-published with the German Institute for Foreign Cultural

Concept: Rebecca Horn, Nina Bingel Relations (ifa), Stuttgart
and Jamila Adeli
Texts by Breda Kolar Sluga, Joachim
Sartorius, Jamila Adeli, Ronald Grtz
and Elke aus dem Moore
Interview with Rebecca Horn
and Ale teger
Poems by Hayden Chisholm, Rebecca
Horn, Yang Lian, Rod Mengham and
Toma alamun
Book design by Hans Werner Holzwarth
112 pages
8.2 10.3 in. / 20.8 26.1 cm
44 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover with dust jacket

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ISBN 978-3-86930-633-9

138 139
Isamu Noguchi, born in 1904, was
among the most influential sculptors
of the twentieth century. Born in
Los Angeles to an Irish-American
teacher and editor, and a Japanese
poet, he was raised in Japan until
being sent back to the United States
to study at the age of thirteen. In
1926, Noguchi won one of the first Isamu Noguchi
Guggenheim Fellowships and travelled A Sculptors World
to Paris where he worked for six
months as a studio assistant to
Constantin Brancusi. In addition to
A Sculptors World is the long-awaited reprint of Isamu
his sculptural work, Noguchi created
furniture and lighting for the Herman Noguchis 1968 autobiography. It remains Noguchis most
Miller Company, designed sets for
choreographers Martha Graham and
comprehensive statement about the art that brought him
George Balanchine, and collaborated international acclaim. Told in words and images, A Sculptors
with architect Louis I. Kahn, among
others. World is essential reading for anyone with an interest in
the life and work of this seminal artist or a general interest
in sculpture. Reproduced in 2004 and since out of print,
A Sculptors World is now in its third edition, reprinted
by Steidl. This volume includes the original foreword by R.
Buckminster Fuller, as well as a new timeline of major events
in Noguchis life between 1968, when he created his seminal
autobiography, and his death in 1988.

In my long experience as an intimate witness of Noguchis
work, I believe that whatever the external entities of his co-
ordinate translating may be, they represent a faithful man-
ifest of the intellectual and harmonic being, Noguchi. In my
estimation, the evoluting array and extraordinary breadth
of his conceptioning realizations document a comprehensive
artist without peer in our time.
R. Buckminster Fuller

Isamu Noguchi
Co-published with The lsamu Noguchi Foundation and
A Sculptors World Garden Museum, New York

Text by Isamu Noguchi
Foreword by R. Buckminster Fuller
260 pages
9.25 10 in. / 23.7 25.5 cm
168 photographs
Tritone and four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

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ISBN 978-3-88243-970-0

140 141
Agns Sire became the Director of
the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson
in 2004, after twenty years spent
at Magnum Photos Paris office as
Artistic Director.

Sam Stourdz is the Director of the
Muse de lElyse, Lausanne, and
Editor in Chief of the magazine ELSE. Sam Stourdz and Agns Sire (eds.)
Howard Greenberg Collection

Howard Greenberg has been a gallery owner for more than
thirty years, and is considered one of the pillars of the New
York photographic scene. While he is well known as a dealer,
his private passion as a collector is now revealed for the first
time to a larger public. The Howard Greenberg Collection,
which has been carefully assembled over decades, comprises
around 500 photographs that distinguish themselves by their
superb print quality.
This unique collection reflects Greenbergs diverse fields of
interest ranging from the modern esthetic approach of the
1920s and 1930s with the works of Edward Steichen, Edward
Weston and the Czech School, to contemporary photogra-
phers such as Minor White, Harry Callahan and Robert Frank.
A large part of the collection explores humanist photog-
raphy, represented, among others, by Lewis Hine, David
Seymour and Farm Security Administration photographers
like Walker Evans and Dorothea Lange, witnesses of the Great
Depression of the 1930s. More than anything Greenbergs
collection illustrates New Yorks enormous influence on twen-
tieth-century photography: dynamic architecture and urban
life as seen in the photographs of Berenice Abbott, Weegee
and Lee Friedlander.

Co-published with the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson,
Paris, and the Muse de lElyse, Lausanne

Exhibition: Jewish Historical Museum, Amsterdam, 11
September to 30 November 2014
Sam Stourdz and Agns Sire (eds.)
Howard Greenberg Collection

Interview between Howard Greenberg
and Sam Stourdz
Book design by Sarah Winter and
Julia Melzner
224 pages
6.8 9.2 in. / 17.2 23.3 cm
144 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover with a tipped-in photo

38.00 / 32.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-736-7

142 143
Andrea Tese, born in New York
City in 1979, is an award-winning
photographer who presented her series
Inheritance in a solo exhibition at
De Buck Gallery in New York City in
2014. Teses work is in the permanent
collection at George Eastman House,
The Center for Fine Art Photography,
and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum Andrea Tese
of Art at Cornell University. Tese Inheritance
obtained her Bachelor of Arts from
Georgetown University and her Master
of Fine Arts from the School of
Clothing, bottles, appliancesrelatable objects that serve
Visual Arts.
as the basic accessories of daily life, Inheritance is a deeply
personal series for Andrea Tese. The photographs document
the mourning process following the passing of her grand-
parents, rearranging their possessions into pictorial compo-
sitions to chronicle their lives through a plethora of simple
objects. Despite the potential sentimentality of the project
for both the artist and her audience, Teses photographs are
abstracted by her deadpan treatment of the subject matter,
organizing items into grids and piles that allow the objects
to assert themselves individually as well as en masse to the
audience. When viewed together, Inheritance is notable both
as a portrait and for the overwhelming volume of items in her
inventoried presentation.

Andrea Tese
Inheritance

Text by Alison Nordstrom
and Andrea Tese
Book design by Svenja Knoedler
128 pages
11.7 9.6 in. / 29.7 24.5 cm
73 photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover

38.00 / 32.00 / US$ 50.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-810-4

144 145
Gordon Parks was born into poverty
and segregation in Fort Scott,
Kansas, in 1912. An itinerant
laborer, he worked as a brothel
pianist and railcar porter, among
other jobs, before buying a camera
at a pawnshop, training himself, and
becoming a photographer. In addition
to his storied tenures at the Farm Gordon Parks
Security Administration and the Collected Works
Office of War Information (19411945)
and Life (19481972), Parks was a
modern-day Renaissance man, who found
This five-volume collection surveys five decades of Gordon
success as a film director, author
and composer. The first African- Parkss photography, and is the most extensive publication
American director to helm a major
motion picture, he popularized the
to document his legendary career. Widely recognized as the
Blaxploitation genre through his film most important and influential African-American photog-
Shaft (1971). He wrote numerous
memoirs, novels and books of poetry, rapher of the twentieth century, Parks combined a unique
and received many awards, including documentary and artistic style with a profound commit-
the National Medal of Arts, and more
than fifty honorary degrees. In 1997 ment to social justice. Working first for the Farm Security
the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Administration and later for Life, he specialized in extended
Washington, D.C., mounted his
retrospective exhibition Half Past narrative picture stories on difficult subject-matter. Covering
Autumn: The Art of Gordon Parks.
crime, poverty, segregation, the politics of race and class,
Parks died in 2006.
and controversial personalities, Parks became legendary for
his ability to meld penetrating insight with a lyrical aesthetic.
He was thus able to introduce a broad and diverse public to
people, issues and ideas they might otherwise have ignored.
Parks was remarkably versatile, travelling the world to photo-
Gordon Parks
Collected Works graph news events and fashion, as well as the worlds of art,
literature, music, theatre and film. Later in life, he recon-
Edited by Peter W. Kunhardt, Jr.
and Paul Roth ceived his vision in fundamentally personal and poetic terms,
Texts by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.,
producing color photographs that were allusive rather than
Deborah Willis, Maurice Berger,
Barbara Baker Burrows, Paul Roth descriptive, symbolic rather than literal.
and Gordon Parks
Book design by Gerhard Steidl, Duncan

Whyte, James Liam Jordan and Peter W. These images and words are a gathering of individuals,
Kunhardt, Jr.
Vol. I: 19421947, 272 pages
events, places, conflicts and dilemmas that confronted me
Vol. II: 19471956, 322 pages as I shifted from course to course in pursuit of survival. Some
Vol. III: 195663, 232 pages
Vol. IV: 196398, 258 pages star-colored, others painted with rage fall like rain in my
Vol. V: Life facsimiles, 194870 memory. They all simmer down to what I remember, forgot,
9.8 11.4 in. / 25 29 cm
1,328 photographs and what at last I know.
Tritone and four-color process
Gordon Parks
Five hardcover books housed in a
slipcase

125.00 / 99.00 / US$ 185.00
Co-published with The Gordon Parks Foundation,
ISBN 978-3-86930-530-1 Pleasantville, New York

Slipcase Volumes IV

146 147
Berenice Abbott, born in Springfield,
Ohio, in 1898, was a dominant figure
in twentieth-century American
photography. Abbott moved to Paris
from New York in 1921, and in 1923,
after many false starts, was hired by
her friend Man Ray. Her first solo
exhibition in 1926 was a success, and
for the next sixty-five years Abbott Berenice Abbott
mastered a wide range of subjects. The Unknown Abbott
Highlights of Abbotts career include
the monumental project Changing
New York (19351938), photographing
The five comprehensive volumes of The Unknown Abbott
rural America including U.S. Route 1
from Maine to Florida, interpreting present hundreds of unseen and till now unpublished images
scientific and natural phenomena,
establishing the reputation of
from the sweep of Berenice Abbotts seminal career. New
Eugne Atget, and founding the first YorkEarly Work contains rare images of New York after
university photography program in the
United States. Steidl has published the Wall Street Crash of 1929 made by Abbott with a small
the two-volume retrospective Berenice hand-held camera as sketches for large format photographs.
Abbott (2008) and Documenting Science
(2011). The American Scene showcases photographs from Abbotts
journeys through America in 1933, 1934 and 1935, hardly
seen since that time. Deep Woods presents Abbotts 1943 and
1967 images of the Red River Logging Company in Californias
High Sierra Mountains, her first such documentary project.
Greenwich Village collects for the first time the spectrum
of Abbotts photographs of Manhattans beloved Lower West
Side neighborhood, her home when she left Ohio in 1918
and again in the mid-1930s. Finally, U.S. 1, U.S.A., including
Abbotts first experimental work in color, records her ambi-
L imited edition of 2,000 sets tious trip down the length of U.S. Route 1 in 1954, a pre-
cursor to Robert Franks The Americans.

Berenice Abbott
The Unknown Abbott

Vol. I: New YorkEarly Work, 1929
1931, 240 pages, 113 photographs
Vol. II: The American Scene, 1930
1935, 200 pages, 88 photographs
Vol. III: Deep Woods, 1943 and 1967,
240 pages, 110 photographs
Vol. IV: Greenwich Village, 1935
1950, 216 pages, 100 photographs
Vol. V: U.S. 1, U.S.A., 348 pages,
146 photographs

Edited by Ron Kurtz and Hank ONeal
Essays by Ron Kurtz and Hank ONeal
Book design by Gerhard Steidl
and Duncan Whyte
11.6 12.4 in. / 29.5 31.5 cm
Tritone and four-color process
Five clothbound hardcover books
with tipped-in photos, housed in a
handmade slipcase

285.00 / 240.00 / US$ 350.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-650-6

Slipcase Volumes IV

148 149
William Eggleston, born in 1939 in
Memphis, is one of the most important
contemporary American photographers.
From the 1970s onwards, his work has
significantly contributed to the
recognition of color photography as
an artistic medium. Eggleston has
exhibitied his work extensively, and
his books with Steidl include Before William Eggleston
Color (2010), Chromes (2011), Los Los Alamos Revisited
Alamos Revisited (2012) and At Zenith
(2013).
Los Alamos Revisited contains the definitive edit of William
Egglestons celebrated Los Alamos series, and closes a fasci-
nating photographic story that began in the mid-1960s.
Between 1965 and 1974 William Eggleston and Walter Hopps
drove together through the USA, Eggleston taking photo-
graphs, Hopps at the wheel. During these travels the title
Los Alamos was born. More than thirty years later Eggleston,
Hopps, Caldecot Chubb and the photographers son Winston
Eggleston edited the photographs into a set of five portfolio
boxes of dye-transfer prints.
Hoppss original vision was to create a vast Los Alamos exhi
bition, but the negatives became separated, with Hopps
retaining only about half. He later returned what was thought
to be the remaining negatives to the Eggleston Artistic Trust
in Memphis where they were catalogued as Box #17. Yet
after Hoppss death in 2005 another long-lost box of nega-
tives was discovered. These were catalogued as Box #83 and
documented in a hand-made reference book called Lost and
Found Los Alamos.
In 2011, the photographers son William Eggleston III and Mark
William Eggleston
Los Alamos Revisited Holborn reviewed the now complete set of negatives, final-

Texts by Mark Holborn
izing the sequence with Winston Eggleston at Steidl in 2012.
and Walter Hopps Los Alamos Revisited presents this sequence in its entirety,
Book design by Gerhard Steidl,
Duncan Whyte and Karsten Lcke and updates the 2003 Scalo book Los Alamos.
Vol. I: 192 pages
Vol. II: 168 pages
Vol. III: 228 pages
12.4 12.6 in. / 31.5 32 cm
280 photographs
Four-color process
Three clothbound hardcover books,
housed in a slipcase

248.00 / 220.00 / US$ 285.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-532-5

Slipcase Volumes IIII

150 151
Walker Evans began photographing
in the late 1920s. He moved
quickly to define his aesthetic and
subject matter: straight and sober
photographs of American everyday
life. Within a decade Evans had
produced some of the most significant
photographs of the twentieth century,
exhibited at the Museum of Modern David Campany (ed.)
Art and published two landmark books Walker Evans: the magazine work
(American Photographs in 1938, and
Let us now Praise Famous Men with
James Agee in 1941). He wrote art and
Walker Evans was one of the most important and influential
film reviews for Time (194345), was
employed by Fortune (19451965), and artists of the twentieth century, who produced a body of
taught at Yale thereafter.

photographs that continues to shape our understanding of
David Campany is a writer and the modern era. Evans worked in every genre and format, in
curator. His books include Art
and Photography (Phaidon, 2003), black and white and in color, but two passions were constant:
Photography and Cinema (Reaktion, literature and the printed page.
2008), ANONYMES, lAmrique sans
nom: photographie et cinma (Steidl While his photographic books are among the most influential
/ Le Bal, 2010), Jeff Wall: Picture in the mediums history, Evanss more ephemeral pages re-
for Women (Afterall 2011) and
Gasoline (MACK, 2013). Campanys main largely unknown. From small avant-garde publications to
essays have appeared in numerous
mainstream titles such as Fortune, Harpers Bazaar, Vogue,
books, and he writes for Aperture,
Frieze, Photoworks and Source. He Architectural Forum and Life, he produced an innovative and
is a founding editor of PA magazine
and teaches at the University of
independent counter-commentary on America, often setting
Westminster, London. Campany is a his own assignments, editing, writing and designing his pages.
recipient of the ICP Infinity Award
for Writing. Presenting many of Evanss photo-essays in their entirety,
David Campany assembles a forgotten history, allowing us to
see how Evans protected his autonomy, earned a living and
reached audiences far beyond the museum and gallery.

New Release

David Campany (ed.)


Walker Evans: the magazine work

Edited and with an essay by
David Campany
Book design by David Campany
and Sabine Hahn
256 pages
9.6 12.6 in. / 24.5 32 cm
Four-color process
Hardcover

48.00 / 35.00 / US$ 65.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-259-1

152 153
Jim Goldberg was born in New
Haven, Connecticut, in 1953. He
has been working with experimental
storytelling for over thirty years,
and his major projects include
Rich and Poor (197785), Raised by
Wolves (198595) and Open See (2003
present). Goldberg joined Magnum
Photos in 2002. He has been awarded Jim Goldberg
three NEA grants, a Guggenheim Rich and Poor
Fellowship, the Henri Cartier-Bresson
Award (2007) and the Deutsche Brse
Photography Prize (2011).
From 1977 to 1985, Jim Goldberg photographed the wealthy
and destitute of San Francisco, creating a visual document
that has since become a landmark work. Through the combi-
nation of text and photographs, Rich and Poors mass appeal
was instantly recognizable. In 1984 the series was exhibited
alongside Robert Adams and Joel Sternfeld in the Three
Americans exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, and was
published the following year by Random House.
Out of print since 1985, Jim Goldbergs Rich and Poor has
now been completely re-designed and expanded by the artist
for this Steidl edition. Available for the first time in hardcover,
Rich and Poor builds upon the classic combination of pho-
tographs and handwriting, and includes vintage material and
contemporary photographs that have never been published
or exhibited. The photographs in Rich and Poor constitute a
shocking and gripping portrait of America during the 1970s
and 80s that remains equally relevant today.

New Release
Having thirty years to look back at these images, I felt like I
was able to look at this work with a critical distance for the
Jim Goldberg
first time. Im now able to separate my own impulses with the
Rich and Poor
overarching history/context of what was happening in the
New expanded edition
with a leporello booklet of 67 pages
70s and 80s.
Book design by Jim Goldberg Jim Goldberg
256 pages
11 8.5 in. / 27.4 21.6 cm
158 photographs
Tritone
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

65.00 / 55.00 / US$ 90.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-688-9

Book Dust jacket

154 155
Saul Leiter was born in Pittsburgh
in 1923. In 1946 he moved to New
York to become a painter, but was
encouraged to pursue photography by
the photographic experimentation and
influence of his friend, the abstract
expressionist Richard Pousette-
Dart. Leiter subsequently enjoyed
a successful career as a fashion Saul Leiter
photographer spanning three decades, Early Black and White
and his images were published in
magazines such as Esquire, Harpers
Bazaar, Elle and British Vogue. His
The distinctive iconography of Saul Leiters early black-and-
work is held in many prestigious
private and public collections white photographs stems from his profound response to
including the Museum of Modern Art,
the Whitney Museum of American Art
the dynamic street life of New York City in the late 1940s
and the Victoria and Albert Museum. and 50s. While this technique borrowed aspects of the
Leiter died in November 2013.
photo-documentary, Leiters imagery was more shaped by
his highly individual reactions to the people and places he
encountered. Like a Magic Realist with a camera, Leiter ab-
sorbed the mystery of the city and poignant human experi-
ences. Together with Early Color (2008), also published by
Steidl, Early Black and White shows the impressive range of
Leiters early photography.

Co-published with The Howard Greenberg Library, New York

New Release

Saul Leiter
Early Black and White

Edited by Howard Greenberg and
Bob Shamis, with the assistance of
Margit Erb
Text by Max Kozloff,
Essay by Jane Livingston
Book design by Gregory Wakabayashi
Vol. I: 204 pages, 106 photographs
Vol. II: 184 pages, including
4 gatefolds, 89 photographs
7.9 8 in. / 20 20.3 cm
Tritone
Two clothbound hardcover books with
dust jackets, housed in a sleeve

64.00 / 58.00 / US$ 90.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-413-3

Slipcase Volumes III

156 157
Saul Leiter was born in Pittsburgh
in 1923. In 1946 he moved to New
York to become a painter, but was
encouraged to pursue photography
by the photographic experimentation
and influence of the abstract
expressionist Richard Pousette-
Dart. Leiter subsequently enjoyed
a successful career as a fashion Saul Leiter
photographer spanning three decades, Early Color
and his images were published in
magazines such as Esquire, Harpers
Bazaar, Elle and British Vogue. His
This is a reprint of the immensely successful Early Color
work is held in many prestigious
private and public collections (2008), which presented Saul Leiters remarkable body of
including the Museum of Modern Art,
the Whitney Museum of American Art
color work to the public for the first time in book form.
and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Although Edward Steichen had exhibited some of Leiters
Leiter died in November 2013.
color photography at the Museum of Modern Art in 1953, it
remained virtually unknown to the world thereafter.
Leiter moved to New York in 1946 to become a painter, yet
through his friendship with Richard Pousette-Dart he quickly
recognized the creative potential of photography. Leiter con-
tinued to paint, exhibiting with Philip Guston and Willem de
Kooning, but the camera remained his ever-present means of
recording life in the metropolis. None of Leiters contempo-
raries, with the partial exception of Helen Levitt, assembled
a comparable body of work: subtle, often abstract composi-
tions of lyrical, eloquent color.

New Release

Saul Leiter
Early Color

Edited and introduction
by Martin Harrison
Book design by Martin Harrison
168 pages
7.9 8 in. / 20 20.3 cm
100 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

38.00 / 32.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-139-2

158 159
Trent Parke, born in Newcastle,
Australia, in 1971, joined Magnum
Photos in 2002 and has been a
full member since 2007. Parke has
exhibited internationally and has
received numerous awards including
World Press Photo Awards in 1999,
2000, 2001 and 2005, and the W.
Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Trent Parke
Photography in 2003. His publications Minutes to Midnight
include Dream/Life (1999), The
Seventh Wave with Narelle Autio
(2000), Bedknobs and Broomsticks
In 2003, Trent Parke began a roadtrip around his native
(2010), and The Christmas Tree Bucket
(Steidl, 2013). Australia, a monumental journey that was to last two years
and cover a distance of over 90,000 km. Minutes to Midnight
is the ambitious photographic record of that adventure, in
which Parke presents a proud but uneasy nation struggling
to craft its identity from different cultures and traditions.
Minutes to Midnight merges traditional documentary tech-
niques and imagination to create a dark visual narrative
portraying Australia with a mix of nostalgia, romanticism and
brooding realism. This is not a record of the physical land-
scape but of an emotional one. It is a story of human anxiety
and intensity which, although told from Australia, represents
a universal human condition in the world today.

New Release

Trent Parke
Minutes to Midnight

Book design by Trent Parke,
Duncan Whyte and Gerhard Steidl
96 pages
11.6 9.8 in. / 29.5 25 cm
48 photographs
Tritone
Clothbound hardcover

38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-205-8

160 161
Juergen Teller, born in Erlangen,
Germany, in 1964, studied at the
Bayerische Staatslehranstalt fr
Photographie in Munich. His work
has been published in influential
magazines such as W Magazine, i-D
and Purple, and has been the subject
of solo exhibitions at institutions
including The Photographers Gallery, Juergen Teller
London, the Kunsthalle Wien and Woo!
the Fondation Cartier pour lart
contemporain in Paris. Teller won
the prestigious Citibank Photography
The concept for this book is an extension of Juergen Teller:
Prize in 2003, and has published
numerous monographs with Steidl Woo!, held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London
including Marc Jacobs Advertising
19982009 (2009), Pictures and Text
in 2013. As part of the exhibition, Teller was invited to curate
(2012), The Master III, (2009) and a selection of photographs in the ICA Fox Reading Room, an
The Keys to the House (2012).
intimate space separate from the main galleries. His initial
plan was to cover an area of wall with tear sheetsproof
pages relating to his commercial photography. Yet Teller
eventually plastered the entire space with images spanning
a twenty-year period, including family portraits, magazine
assignments, advertising campaigns, landscapes and various
personal projects. The combined effect of seeing his imag-
es so juxtaposedforming unforeseen relationships across
timeinspired Teller to launch himself into the production of
this book during the course of his show. Distinguishing itself
from conventional exhibition catalogues, Woo! brilliantly re-
lays the raw impact of Tellers original installation, unlocking
a new and engaging dialogue across an unparalleled body of
work.
New Release

Juergen Teller
Woo!

Book design by Juergen Teller
and Peter Miles
336 pages
9.8 13 in. / 25 33 cm
396 photographs
Four-color process
Flexible hardcover with dust jacket

40.00 / 30.00 / US$ 60.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-652-0

162 163
Born outside Paris in 1943, Patrick
Demarchelier relocated to New York
in 1975, where he began his editorial
career with Harpers Bazaar. His
photographs appear regularly on
the covers and in the pages of
publications such as Vogue and Vanity
Fair, among many others. He was the
2007 recipient of the Eleanor Lambert Patrick Demarchelier
Award from the Council of Fashion
Designers of America. Demarchelier
lives and works in New York. Now in its third edition, Patrick Demarchelier is the de-
finitive guide to the career of one of the most prodigious
fashion photographers of our time. From his earliest work at
Harpers Bazaar to his now mythic collaboration with Vogue,
Demarchelier has single-handedly redefined the fashion pho-
tograph and the fashion industry along with it. His celebrity
portraits have shaped the public personae of figures ranging
from Princess Diana to Madonna.
Demarchelier is seemingly everywhere at once, with a pho-
tographic sensibility that is iconic, incisive and as varied as
his subject matter. This book provides an invaluable fashion
reference point, all the while charting the course of our own
cultural obsession with celebrity and beauty.

New Release

Patrick Demarchelier

Foreword by Vivienne Westwood
Book design by Pascal Dangin
360 pages
10.6 12.2 in. / 27 31 cm
410 color and black-and-white
photographs
Four-color process
Hardcover

48.00 / 38.00 / US$ 75.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-736-3

164 165
Edward Burtynsky was born in
1955 and is one of the worlds
most respected photographers. His
remarkable depictions of global
industrial landscapes are held in
the collections of over fifty major
museums such as the National Gallery
of Canada, the Museum of Modern Art
and the Guggenheim Museum in New Edward Burtynsky
York, the Museo Reina Sofa in Madrid WATER
and the Los Angeles County Museum
of Art. Burtynskys distinctions
include the TED Prize, the Rencontres
There is no life without water. This book tells the story of
dArles Outreach Award and the
Flying Elephant Fellowship. In 2006 where water comes from, how we use it, distribute and waste
Burtynsky was awarded the title of
Officer of the Order of Canada and he
it. Often from a birds-eye perspective, Burtynsky shows
holds six honorary doctorate degrees. us waters remote sources, remarkable ancient stepwells
Burtynskys previous publications
with Steidl are China (2005), and mass bathing rituals, the transformation of desert into
Quarries (2007) and Oil (2009). cities with waterfronts on each doorstep, the compro-
mised landscapes of the American Southwest. Furthermore,
Burtynsky explores the infrastructure of water management:
the gigantic hydroelectric dams and terraced rice fields in
the heart of China, the vast irrigation systems of Americas
bread basket and the use of aquaculture. Burtynskys pho-
tographs are both poetic and relevant: they reveal another
vital component of our life on earth that drives the bloom of
civilization, and foreshadow the extent to which our future
depends on our everyday interaction with this increasingly
scarce resource.

New Release

Edward Burtynsky
WATER

Texts by Edward Burtynsky,
Wade Davis and Russell Lord
Book design by Marcus Schubert
228 pages
14.2 11.4 in. / 36 29 cm
114 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

98.00 / 85.00 / US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-679-7

166 167
Edward Burtynsky was born in
1955 and is one of the worlds
most respected photographers. His
remarkable depictions of global
industrial landscapes are held in
the collections of over fifty major
museums such as the National Gallery
of Canada, the Museum of Modern Art
and the Guggenheim Museum in New Edward Burtynsky
York, the Museo Reina Sofa in Madrid Oil
and the Los Angeles County Museum
of Art. Burtynskys distinctions
include the TED Prize, the Rencontres
In 1997 I had what I refer to as my oil epiphany. It occurred to
dArles Outreach Award and the
Flying Elephant Fellowship. In 2006 me that the vast, human-altered landscapes that I pursued
Burtynsky was awarded the title of
Officer of the Order of Canada and he
and photographed for over twenty years were only made
holds six honorary doctorate degrees. possible by the discovery of oil and the mechanical advan-
Burtynskys previous publications
with Steidl are China (2005), tage of the internal combustion engine. It was then that I
Quarries (2009), and WATER (2013). began the oil project. Over the next ten years I researched
and photographed the largest oil fields I could find. I went on
to make images of refineries, freeway interchanges, automo-
bile plants and the scrap industry that results from the re-
cycling of cars. Then I began to look at the culture of oil, the
motor culture, where masses of people congregate around
vehicles, with vehicle events as the main attraction. These
images can be seen as notations by one artist contemplat-
ing the world as it is made possible through this vital energy
resource and the cumulative effects of industrial evolution.
Edward Burtynsky

New Release

Edward Burtynsky
Oil

Texts by Paul Roth, Michael Mitchell
and William E. Rees
Book design by Marcus Schubert
216 pages
14.2 11.4 in. / 36 29 cm
100 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

98.00 / 85.00 / US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-943-5

168 169
Born in 1981 and 1987 in the Parisian
suburbs, Yves Marchand and Romain
Meffre began to photograph separately
in 2001. They began to work as a duo
at the beginning of their project on
the ruins of Detroit in 2005. Steidl
has also published their Gunkanjima
(2013).
Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre
The Ruins of Detroit

Over the past generation Detroit has suffered economical-
ly worse than any other of the major American cities and
its rampant urban decay is now glaringly apparent. Yves
Marchand and Romain Meffre have documented this disinte-
gration, showcasing structures that were formerly a source of
civic pride, and which now stand as monuments to the citys
fall from grace. This is the sixth edition of this award-winning
book.

The state of ruin is essentially a temporary situation that
happens at some point, the volatile result of a change of
era and the fall of empires. Ruins are a fantastic land where
one no longer knows whether reality slips into a dream or
whether, on the contrary, dream makes a brutal return into
the most violent of realities.
Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre

New Release

Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre


The Ruins of Detroit

Texts by Robert Polidori and
Thomas J. Sugrue
Book design by Yves Marchand,
Romain Meffre, Sarah Winter,
Jonas Wettre and Gerhard Steidl
228 pages
14.2 11.4 in. / 36 29 cm
186 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover

88.00 / 78.00 / US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-042-9

170 171
Writer and stylist Amanda Harlech
was born in 1959 in London. After
studying English literature at the
University of Oxford, Harlech became
a fashion editor at Harpers & Queen.
She subsequently worked with John
Galliano for twelve years and today
is a consultant for Karl Lagerfeld.
Harlechs books with Steidl include Amanda Harlech
Palazzo (2007) and Visions and a Travelling in India
Decision (2007).

Travelling in India is Amanda Harlechs photographic record
of her travels from Delhi to Mumbai. This is not documenta-
ry photography, but rather an elegant suite of confession-
al impressionsof people, landscapes, markets, temples,
colors and textures. The book gives shape to aesthetic and
emotional responses that resist definition, and suggests,
in Harlechs words, the vibrancy and improvised genius of
India, alive with prescience, disquiet, grace and yearning.

This album is a photographic gesture. It is in the spirit of
those intrepid British travel writers like Lady Stanhope who
used words and a sketchbook to record their impressions.
I dont think you can ever capture or explain India, but during
my three weeks exploring a fraction of this multifarious, mi-
raculous country I discovered a world as vivid and refined, as
complicated and intensely colored as an eighteenth-century
Mughal miniature. Here was the shifting animation
of life itself, the celebration of humanity and the longing of
New Release the soul for the divine in every small act of kindness. Every
day is a festival, every day is a death.
Amanda Harlech Amanda Harlech
Travelling in India

Text by Amanda Harlech
Book design by Karl Lagerfeld
and Gerhard Steidl
192 pages
8.3 5.8 in. / 21 14.8 cm
88 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with red hand-
colored fore edges

32.00 / 25.00 / US$ 40.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-393-2

172 173
Henry Leutwyler was born in
Switzerland in 1961. He lived and
worked in Paris for a decade before
moving to New York City in 1995,
where he established his reputation
as a portrait photographer. Steidl
published Leutwylers first book,
Neverland Lost: A Portrait of Michael
Jackson, in 2010. The images from Henry Leutwyler
Neverland Lost and Ballet have been Ballet. Photographs of the New York City Ballet
exhibited in solo shows in Los
Angeles, New York City, Moscow,
Madrid and Zurich.
After four years of collaboration with choreographer Peter
Martins and the New York City Ballet, Henry Leutwyler was
granted unprecedented backstage access to the Company
during the winter of 2012. The resulting book, Ballet, reflects
thirty years of his passion for the art form, realized in thirty
days of photography. Leutwyler inhabited the shadows of
the stage and became invisible, recording images of the
dancers using nothing more than his 35mm Leica. He was able
to explore the performers personal space, affording a more
abstract portraita visual slice of their frenzied existence in
an art form predicated on perfection. Ballet is an homage to
the gritty universe from behind the curtain, and a comple-
ment to its ethereal beauty as viewed from the front row.
With impresario Lincoln Kirstein, George Balanchine co-cre-
ated the New York City Ballet in 1948. What followed is
arguably one the most revolutionary periods in ballet history
as he redefined the art form, introducing abstract works
performed with a signature speed, musicality, and precision.
New Release Under the leadership of Peter Martins, these are the hall-
marks of the Company to this day.
Henry Leutwyler
Ballet. Photographs of the New York
City Ballet

Introduction by Peter Martins
Book design by Ruba Abu-Nimah and
Eleanor Rogers (Water NYC)
488 pages
8.7 11.8 in. / 22 30 cm
272 photographs
Four-color process
Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in
photo

65.00 / 50.00 / US$ 95.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-544-8

174 175
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Abbott, Berenice Adams, Robert Bailey, David Bailey, David


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Off Beat Tree Line Havana Eye

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A-chan Adams, Robert Bailey, David Bailey, David


Vibrant Home The Place We Live Is That So Kid Dehli Dilemma

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68 color photographs 24,6 30 cm, 632 pp 51 tritone plates 25,9 33 cm, 438 pp
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ISBN 978-3-86930-533-2 ISBN 978-3-86930-991-0

Achermann, Beda Al-Thani, Khalid Bin Hamad Bin Ahmad Bailey, David Baltz, Lewis
Big TimeMnnervogue, 19841989 Here is my Secret NY JS DB 62 Rule Without Exception /
Only Exceptions
Softcover in a slipcase Clothbound hardcover Hardcover
26,3 35 cm, 384 pp 29,5 22,5 cm 26 33 cm, 72 pp 2 otabind softcovers in a sleeve
300 photographs, Four-colour 38.00/ 29,80 / US$ 48.00 3 color and 24 tritone plates 23,8 33,3 cm, 368 pp
process ISBN 978-3-86930-344-4 40.00 / 28.00 / US$ 50.00 260 colour and tritone photographs
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ISBN 978-3-86930-638-4 ISBN 978-3-86930-110-5

Adams, Bryan Alvermann, Dirk Bailey, David Baltz, Lewis


Exposed Algeria Pictures that Mark Can Do Texts

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24,9 33,3 cm, 304 pp 10,8 18 cm, 224 pp 26 33 cm, 176 pp embossing and a bookmark,
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ISBN 978-3-86930-436-6

Backlist 179
Baltz, Lewis Bolofo, Koto Bolofo, Koto / Callahan, Harry
Candlestick Point Groe Komplikation / Van Ryssen-Bolofo, Claudia Seven Collages
Grand Complication The Prison
Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover
32,2 24,5 cm, 128 pp Three clothbound hardcovers Hardcover 28 32,4 cm, 32 pp
50 photographs, 72 tritone and housed in a slipcase 29 37 cm, 112 pp 7 tritone plates
12 color plates 29 37 cm, 274 pp Tritone 28.00 / 22.00 / US$ 34.00
58.00 / 48.00 / US$ 72.00 98.00 / 89.00 / US$ 125.00 58.00/ 48.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-140-2
ISBN 978-3-86930-109-9 ISBN 978-3-86930-055-9 ISBN 978-3-86930-600-1

Baltz, Lewis Bolofo, Koto Bolofo, Koto Clarke, Brian


Venezia Maghera Horse Power Rolls Royce WORK

16 photo-serigraphies signed and Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover Seven clothbound hardcover
numbered in a handmade crate 29 37 cm, 144 pp 29 37 cm, 198 pp books housed in a slipcase
39,9 59,9 cm 197 photographs, Four-colour Four-colour process 25,4 36,5 cm, 1006 pp
Four-colour screen-printing process 78.00/ 65.00 / US$ 88.00 Four-colour process
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ISBN 978-3-86930-313-0 ISBN 978-3-86930-129-7 ISBN 978-3-86521-633-5

Banier, Franois-Marie Bolofo, Koto Burtynsky, Edward Close, Chuck


Perdre la tte La Maison China Sribble Book: Self Portrait

Hardcover 11 hardcover books, bound in craft Clothbound hardcover Two handbound books in a slipcase
18 24,7 cm, 256 pp paper with tipped-in photos, 38,1 30,5 cm, 180 pp 27,9 34,3 cm, 44 pp
160 tritone plates housed in a slipcase 80 color plates Nine-color process
26.00 / 20.00 / US$ 35.00 18 23,2 cm, 864 pp 65.00 / 45.00 / US$ 85.00 85.00 / 70.00 / US$ 98.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-234-4 175.00 / 149.00 / US$ 238.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-130-9 ISBN 978-3-86521-492-8
ISBN 978-3-86521-912-1

Bartos, Adam Bolofo, Koto Burtynsky, Edward Cohen, John


Darkroom Lord Snowdon Oil The High & Lonesome Sound

Hardcover Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover Hardcover with a DVD and CD
29 37,1 cm, 80 pp 29 37 cm, 208 pp 37,5 29,5 cm, 140 pp 21 26 cm, 272 pp
Four-colour process 166 color photographs 100 color plates 158 photographs, tritone
65.00 / 50.00 / US$ 80.00 75.00 / 59.00 / US$ 99.00 98.00 / 85.00 / US$ 128.00 45.00 / 35.00 / US$ 58.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-332-1 ISBN 978-3-86930-329-1 ISBN 978-3-86521-943-5 ISBN 978-3-86930-254-6

Beuys, Joseph; Staeck, Klaus Bolofo, Koto Burtynsky, Edward DAgati, Mauro
Honey is flowing in all directions Venus Williams Quarries Alamar

Clothbound Clothbound hardcover with dust Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover
21 29,6 cm, 104 pp jacket, 29,7 34 cm, 100 pp 38,1 30,4 cm, 176 pp 29,5 25 cm, 156 pp
93 duotone plates 90 color and b/w plates 80 color plates 87 color plates
24.50 / 17.50 / US$ 29.95 42.00 / 30.00 / US$ 60.00 68.00 / 60.00 / US$ 88.00 45.00 / 35.00 / US$ 59.95
ISBN 978-3-88243-538-2 ISBN 978-3-86521-602-1 ISBN 978-3-86521-456-0 ISBN 978-3-86521-954-1

Blumenfeld, Erwin Bolofo, Koto Burtynsky, Edward DAgati, Mauro


Blumenfeld Studio Vroom! Vroom! Water Sit Lux et Lux Fuit

Paperback Hardcover Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover
22 27 cm, 208 pp 29 37 cm, 96 pages 36,7 29 cm, 228 pp 19 28,5 cm, 346 pp
Four-colour process 84 color plates Four-colour process Four-colour process
28.00/ 24.00 / US$ 34.00 58.00 / 52.00 / US$ 75.00 98.00 / 85.00 / US$ 128.00 48.00 / 38.00 / US$ 65.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-531-8 ISBN 978-3-86521-961-9 ISBN 978-3-86930-679-7 ISBN ISBN 978-3-86930-488-5

Backlist 181
DAgati, Mauro Deblonde, Gautier Dine, Jim Dine, Jim
Palermo Unsung Atelier Entrada Drive Hello Yellow Glove

Hardcover Hardcover Clothbound hardcover Softcover
22 30 cm, 104 pp 38 30,6 cm 29,5 31,5 cm, 48 pp 21 28 cm, 64 pp
55 tritone plates 88.00/ 78.00 / US$ 98.00 44 tritone plates Four-colour process
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ISBN 978-3-86521-918-3 ISBN 978-3-86521-080-7 ISBN 978-3-86930-484-7

Davidson, Bruce Depardon, Raymond Dine, Jim Dine, Jim


Black & White Manhattan Out The Photographs, Printmakers Document
So Far (vols. 1-4)
Five clothbound books, with tipped- Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover
in photos, housed in a slipcase 29,5 20,5 cm, 120 pp Four books housed in a slipcase 18 27,5 cm, 280 pp
29,5 29 cm, 704 pp 97 tritone plates 21,3 28,5 cm, 1046 pp Four-colour process
561 tritone plates 30.00 / 25.00 / US$ 49.50 548 plates 30.00 / 25.00 / US$ 38.00
248.00 / 220.00 / US$ 345.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-704-2 150.00 / 100.00 / US$ 150.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-644-5
ISBN 978-3-86930-432-8 ISBN 978-3-88243-905-2

Davidson, Bruce Depardon, Raymond Dine, Jim Doisneau, Robert


Outside Inside Manicomio Hot Dream (52 books) From Craft to Art

Three clothbound hardcover Flexible hardcover 52 hardcover books housed Hardcover
books housed in a slipcase 29,5 20 cm, 224 pp in a cardboard box 17 24 cm, 160 pp
23 30 cm, 944 pp Tritone 17 23,5 cm, 1000 pp Tritone
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185.00 / 158.00 / US$ 195.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-535-6 380.00 / 327.00 / US$ 480.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-025-2
ISBN 978-3-86521-908-4 ISBN 978-3-86521-693-9

Davidson, Bruce diCorcia, Philip-Lorca Dine, Jim Douglas, Stan


England / Scotland 1960 Hustlers This Goofy Life of Constant Mourning Stan Douglas

Clothbound hardcover Hardcover Clothbound flexible hardcover Hardcover
29,5 29 cm, 144 pp 33 44 cm, 160 pp 21,5 25 cm, 296 pp 30,5 24,8 cm, 216 pp
Tritone 66 photographs, Four-colour 181 color plates Four-colour process
45.00/ 38.00 / US$ 58.00 process 70.00 / 48.00 / US$ 80.00 58.00/ 48.00 / US$ 78.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-553-0 98.00 / 78.00 / US$ 128.00 ISBN 978-3-88243-967-0 ISBN 978-3-86930-748-0
ISBN 978-3-86930-617-9

De Pietri, Paola Dine, Jim Dine, Jim Eggleston, William


To Face Donkey in the Sea before Us Night Fields, Day FieldsSculpture Los Alamos

Clothbound hardcover Hardcover with dust jacket Softcover Three clothbound hardcover
33 26,9 cm, 112 pp 11,5 17 cm, 56 pp 23 28 cm, 144 pp books, housed in a slipcase
Four-colour process 24 color images 75 photographs, Four-colour pro- 31,5 32 cm, 432 pp
58.00 / 48.00 / US$ 65.00 12.00 / 10.00 / US$ 18.00 cess Four-colour process
ISBN 978-3-86930-342-0 ISBN 978-3-86930-451-9 35.00 / 29.00 / US$ 42.00 248.00 / 220.00 / US$ 345.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-204-1 ISBN 978-3-86930-532-5

Dean, Tacita Dine, Jim Dine, Jim Eggleston, William


Seven Books Grey Birds This Is How I Remember Now Before Color

Seven softcover books in a slipcase Clothbound hardcover Hardcover Hardcover
19,2 26 cm, 488 pp 29,5 31,5 cm, 88 pp 21 24,5 cm, 350 pp 22,5 25,5 cm, 200 pp
Four-colour process 36 tritone plates Four-colour process Quadratone
78.00 / 65.00 / US$ 98.00 49.00 / 35.00 / US$ 50.00 48.00 / 33.00 / US$ 70.00 48.00 / 40.00 / US$ 65.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-299-7 ISBN 978-3-88243-240-4 ISBN 978-3-86521-603-8 ISBN 978-3-86930-122-8

Backlist 183
Eggleston, William Forsslund, Maja Frank, Robert Frank, Robert
At Zenith Akt Frank Films The Film and Video Pull my Daisy
Work of Robert Frank
Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover with a DVD, text booklet and photomaga-
34 25,9 cm, 88 pp tipped-in photo on the back Softcover zine housed in a cardboard box
Four-colour process 29,5 23,6 cm, 80 pp 17 24 cm, 304 pp 14,2 19,2 cm, 88 pp
48.00 / 38.00 / US$ 68.00 40 photographs, tritone b/w photographs throughout 25.00 / 20.00 / US$ 35.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-710-7 48.00 / 38.00 / US$ 58.00 32.00 / 27.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-428-1
ISBN 978-3-86521-410-2 ISBN 978-3-86521-815-5

Eneroth, Joakim Franck, Martine Frank, Robert Frank, Robert


Swedish Red Women / Femmes The Complete Film Works Henry Frank, Father Photographer
Vol. 1: Pull My Daisy, The Sin of Je-
Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover with sus, Me and My Brother Clothbound hardcover
17 25,6 cm, 48 pp a tipped-in photo 14 16,5 cm, 88 pp
32 photographs, Four-colour 20,5 22,5 cm, 152 pp Three DVDs in a film-roll box Tritone
process 35.00 / 31.00 / US$ 50.00 78.00 / 75.00 / US$ 98.00 24.00 / 20.00 / US$ 29.95
28.00 / 20.00 / US$ 35.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-149-5 ISBN 978-3-86521-365-5 ISBN 978-3-86521-814-8
ISBN 978-3-86521-613-7

Epstein, Mitch Frank, Robert Frank, Robert Frank, Robert


New York Arbor The Americans The Complete Film Works Me and My Brother
Vol. 2: OK End Here, Conversations,
Hardcover Clothbound hardcover with Liferaft Earth Softcover with DVD
36 30 cm, 96 pp dust jacket 25 32,5 cm, 56 pp
42 photographs, tritone 20,9 18,4 cm, 180 pp Three DVDs in a film-roll box 100 tritone plates
58.00 / 38.00 / US$ 68.00 83 tritone plates 78.00 / 75.00 / US$ 98.00 40.00 / 28.00 / US$ 50.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-581-3 30.00 / 20.00 / US$ 40.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-525-3 ISBN 978-3-86521-363-1
ISBN 978-3-86521-584-0

Epstein, Mitch Frank, Robert Frank, Robert Frank, Robert


Berlin Looking In: Robert Franks The Complete Film Works New York to Nova Scotia
The Americans Expanded Edition Vol. 3: Keep Busy, About me: A
Clothbound hardcover in a slipcase Musical, S-8 Stones Hardcover
24,5 29,5 cm, 72 pp Hardcover with dust jacket 22,7 30,4 cm, 112 pp
Four-colour process 24 29,2 cm, 528 pp Three DVDs in a film-roll box 27 duotone and 4 color plates
45.00 / 36.00 / US$ 55.00 108 color, 168 tritone, 210 duotone 78.00 / 75.00 / US$ 98.00 25.00 / 17.50 / US$ 30.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-224-9 69.00 / 49.90 / US$ 85.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-591-8 ISBN 978-3-86521-013-5
ISBN 978-3-86521-806-3

Epstein, Mitch Frank, Robert Frank, Robert Frank, Robert


American Power Black White and Things The Complete Film Works / Volumes One Hour
4, 5, 6
Clothbound hardcover with Softcover Clothbound hardcover
dust jacket 20 20,7 cm, 80 pp Nine DVDs in film-roll boxes, housed 10,5 15 cm, 96 pp
29,5 26,5 cm, 144 pp 37 tritone plates in a cardboard box 14 tritone plates
64 color plates 22.00 / 18.00 / US$ 29.95 Nine films, 295 minutes 18.00 / 12.50 / US$ 20.00
58.00 / 48.00 / US$ 72.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-808-7 98.00 / 80.00 / US$ 150.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-364-8
ISBN 978-3-86521-924-4 ISBN 978-3-86930-480-9

Fldt, Tobias Frank, Robert Frank, Robert Frank, Robert


Year One Come Again Pull My Daisy Paris

Clothbound hardcover with Sewn softcover Hardcover Hardcover with dust jacket
dust jacket 21,5 28 cm, 48 pp 13,7 20,2 cm, 64 pp 18,5 22 cm, 108 pp
18,5 25 cm, 128 pp Color matt inks with polaroid varnish 53 tritone plates 69 tritone plates
120 color plates 30.00 / 20.00 / US$ 40.00 17.50 / 14.00 / US$ 27.50 30.00 / 25.00 / US$ 45.00
38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-261-0 ISBN 978-3-86521-673-1 ISBN 978-3-86521-524-6
ISBN 978-3-86521-537-6

Backlist 185
Frank, Robert Frank, Robert Goldberg, Jim Guirey, Kadir
Pangnirtung Park / Sleep Open See Lalbum dEddy

Clothbound hardcover Otabind softcover, housed in a slipcase Four volumes in a printed sleeve Hardcover
23 30,5 cm, 40 pp 20,5 25 cm, 72 pp 16,5 26,1 cm, 200 pp 32,8 26,6 cm, 28 pp
27 photographs, quadratone 49 photographs, tritone and Four-colour Tritone and Four-colour process 91 photographs, Four-colour process
25.00 / 22.00 / US$ 32.00 process 40.00 / 36.00 / US$ 50.00 34.00 / 28.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-198-3 25.00 / 22.00 / US$ 30.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-826-1 ISBN 978-3-86930-548-6
ISBN 978-3-86930-585-1

Frank, Robert Frank, Robert Goldblatt, David Gundlach, F.C.


Portfolio Zero Mostel reads a book On the Mines The Photographic Work

Brochure in printed envelope Hardcover Clothbound hardcover with foil Clothbound hardcover with
20,5 27,3 cm, 48 pp 14,4 21,5 cm, 40 pp embossing a dust jacket
40 tritone plates 36 tritone plates 27,9 27,9 cm, 180 pp 24 29,5 cm, 304 pp
18.00 / 12.00 / US$ 20.00 17.50 / 14.00 / US$ 27.50 Tritone 65.00 / 48.00 / US$ 88.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-813-1 ISBN 978-3-86521-586-4 58.00 / 48.00 / US$ 75.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-594-9
ISBN 978-3-86930-491-5

Frank, Robert Frank, Robert Goldblatt, David Hara, Cristbal


Seven Stories Valencia The Transported of Kwandebele Autobiography

Seven stapled softback albums Colthbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover Hardcover
housed in a slipcase 25,3 25,3 cm, 64 pp 35,6 25,4 cm, 80 pp 18 24 cm, 96 pp
14 10 cm, 124 pp 38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 48.00 Tritone 69 color plates
93 color plates, Four-colour process ISBN 978-3-86930-502-8 65.00 / 48.00 / US$ 80.00 30.00 / 20.00 / US$ 40.00
25.00 / 20.00 / US$ 35.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-586-8 ISBN 978-3-86521-472-0
ISBN 978-3-86521-789-9

Frank, Robert Frank, Robert Gossage, John Hechenblaikner, Lois


Storylines Household Inventory Record The Thirty-Two Inch Ruler / Winter Wonderland
Map of Babylon
Softcover Hardcover Clothbound hardcover
24,5 28 cm, 240 pp 14 29 cm, 24 pp Clothbound with dust jacket 29,5 23,9 cm, 88 pp
225 duotone and 25 color photos Four-colour process 23,5 28,6 cm, 80 pp Four-colour process
35.00 / 25.00 / US$ 40.00 30.00 / 25.00 / US$ 35.00 180 color plates 38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 56.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-041-8 ISBN 978-3-86930-660-5 45.00 / 40.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-284-3
ISBN 978-3-86521-710-3

Frank, Robert Freed, Leonard Grass, Gnter Herschdorfer, Nathalie


Tal Uf Tal Ab Made in Germany Gnter Grass Catalogue Raisonn 1 Beauty Work
The Etchings
Otabind softcover housed in a slipcase Clothbound hardcover Softcover
20,5 25 cm, 40 pp 22 26 cm Hardcover with dust jacket 24,2 23,5 cm, 120 pp
Tritone 48.00/ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 24 31 cm, 608 pp 145 photographs, Four-colour
25.00 / 22.00 / US$ 28.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-684-1 303 illustrations process
ISBN 978-3-86930-101-3 98.00 / 70.00 / US$ 125.00 15.00 / 12.00 / US$ 20.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-565-9 ISBN 978-3-86930-588-2

Frank, Robert Galinsky, Michael Grass, Gnter Holdsworth, Dan


You Would Malls Across America Gnter Grass Catalogue Raisonn 2 Blackout
The Lithographs
Otabind softcover housed in a slipcase Hardcover Clothbound hardcover with
20,5 25 cm, 48 pp 25 30 cm, 128 pp Hardcover with dust jacket a tipped-in photo
41 photographs, tritone and Four- 62 photographs, Four-colour process 24 31 cm, 742 pp 28,6 33 cm, 80 pp
colour process 48.00 / 40.00 / US$ 58.00 356 illustrations 33 color photographs
25.00 / 22.00 / US$ 28.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-547-9 98.00 / 70.00 / US$ 125.00 48.00 / 38.00 / US$ 65.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-418-2 ISBN 978-3-86521-566-6 ISBN 978-3-86930-454-0

Backlist 187
Horn, Roni Horn, Roni Kobal Foundation (ed.) Lagerfeld, Karl
Another Water bird Glamour of the Gods Metamorphoses of an American

Otabind softcover Clothbound hardcover Softcover Four clothbound hardcover books
19,7 30 cm, 112 pp 28,4 30,5 cm, 36 pp 25 31 cm, 288 pp housed in a slipcase
Four-colour process 20 color plates 250 photographs, Four-colour 15,2 20 cm, 1144 pp
38.00 / 35.00 / US$ 58.00 35.00 / 25.00 / US$ 50.00 process 864 tritone plates
ISBN 978-3-86930-318-5 ISBN 978-3-86521-669-4 38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 45.00 65.00 / 45.00 / US$ 85.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-682-3 ISBN 978-3-86521-522-2

Horn, Roni Horn, Roni Koudelka, Joseph Lagerfeld, Karl


Haraldsdttir, part two Roni Horn aka Roni Horn Roma Glory of Water

Clothbound hardcover with Two volumes housed in Clothbound hardcover with Clothbound hardcover with a
foil embossing a paper slipcase dust jacket tipped-in photo, housed in a slipcase
20,8 26 cm, 144 pp 19 24 cm, 430 pp 32 24 cm, 224 pp 50 colour plates with high gloss varnish
Four-colour process and tritone 375 color plates 109 quadratone plates 32 33,5 cm, 112 pp
85.00 / 70.00 / US$ 95.00 50.00 / 42.00 / US$ 70.00 48.00 / 40.00 / US$ 60.00 88.00/ 70.00 / US$ 125.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-317-8 ISBN 978-3-86521-831-5 ISBN 978-3-86930-388-8 ISBN 978-3-86930-708-4

Horn, Roni Horn, Roni Kuhn, Mona Leaf, June


Cabinet of Herdubreid at Home Bordeaux Record 1974/75

Hardcover Softcover Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover
30,5 35,6 cm, 76 pp 15,2 21,6 cm, 128 pp 29,2 31 cm, 102 pp 18,3 30 cm, 188 pp
36 color plates 60 color plates Four-colour process Four-colour process
65.00 / 40.00 / US$ 65.00 20.00 / 13.00 / US$ 25.00 58.00 / 50.00 / US$ 78.00 40.00 / 35.00 / US$ 59.95
ISBN 978-3-88243-864-2 ISBN 978-3-86521-457-7 ISBN 978-3-86930-308-6 ISBN 978-3-86930-045-0

Horn, Roni Horn, Roni Kuhn, Mona Lynch, David


Her, Her, Her, & Her AKA Evidence Works on Paper

Softcover Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover Hardcover in a sleeve
24 24 cm, 128 pp 28,4 30,5 cm, 36 pp 29,2 31,1 cm, 108 pp 28,5 39,5 cm, 528 pp
120 duotone plates 20 photographs, Four-colour 33 tritone and 20 color plates Four-colour process
35.00 / 24.00 / US$ 45.00 process 40.00 / 28.00 / US$ 50.00 145.00 / 125.00 / US$ 195.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-035-7 35.00 / 25.00 / US$ 50.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-372-3 ISBN 978-3-86930-130-3
ISBN 978-3-86930-133-4

Horn, Roni Keta, Seydou Kuhn, Mona Maisel, David


Index Cixous Photographs, Bamako, Mali, Photographs Black Maps
19481963
Softcover Clothbound hardcover Hardcover with dust jacket
14 20,5 cm, 116 pp Clothbound hardcover 26,5 28,5 cm, 108 pp 29,5 29,5 cm, 240 pp
65 tritone and 15 color plates 27,5 35,5 cm, 412 pp 33 tritone and 20 color plates 115 photographs, duotone and
22.50 / 15.00 / US$ 30.00 400 tritone plates 40.00 / 28.00 / US$ 50.00 Four-colour process
ISBN 978-3-86521-135-4 98.00 / 86.00 / US$ 148.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-008-1 65.00 / 55.00 / US$ 85.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-301-7 ISBN 978-3-86930-537-0

Horn, Roni Killip, Chris Lagerfeld, Karl Maggs, Arnaud


This is Me, This is You Seacoal Byzantine Fragments Arnaud Maggs

Hardcover Clothbound hardcover with dust Singer-stitched brochure in a slipcase Hardcover
18,5 23 cm, 192 pp jacket 30 40 cm, 52 pp 30,5 24,2 cm, 216 pp
96 color plates 27 23 cm, 112 pp 25 photographs, 7-color process 200 four colour and duotone
28.00 / 18.00 / US$ 25.00 116 tritone plates on ivory parchment photographs
ISBN 978-3-88243-798-0 38.00 / 32.00 / US$ 48.00 85.00 / 72.00 / US$ 110.00 65.00 / 50.00 / US$ 80.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-256-0 ISBN 978-3-86930-246-1 ISBN 978-3-86930-591-2

Backlist 189
Marchand, Yves / Meffre, Romain Morris, Christopher Nozolino, Paulo Packham, Monte
Gunkanjima Americans Makulatur Concentric Circles

Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover with Singer-stiched brochure A Chronicle of Steidl Publishers
38 29 cm, 80 pp dust jacket 18 26 cm, 20 pp Clothbound hardcover
60 photographs, Four-colour 20 23 cm, 200 pp Tritone 17 23 cm, 160 pp
process 117 color photographs 24.00 / 21.00 / US$ 35.00 20.00 / 17.00 / US$ 27.50
65.00 / 50.00 / US$ 88.00 34.00 / 27.00 / US$ 38.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-327-7 ISBN 978-3-86930-024-5
ISBN 978-3-86930-546-2 ISBN 978-3-86930-448-9

Meer, Hans van der Morris, Christopher Odermatt, Arnold Pages, Nicolas / Peverelli, Benoit
European Fields My America Karambolage
Balthus - The Last Studies
Hardcover Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover Two clothbound hardcover books
26,8 38 cm 20 23 cm, 180 pp 27,9 32,5 cm, 408 pp housed in a handmade, clothbound
38.00/ 32.00 / US$ 48.00 112 color plates Tritone box.
ISBN 978-3-86930-767-1 35.00 / 27.00 / US$ 38.00 58.00 / 48.00 / US$ 75.00 Limited edition of 1.000 sets
ISBN 978-3-86521-201-6 ISBN 978-3-88243-866-6 45,7 35,5 cm
480.00 / 400.00 / US$ 610.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-685-8

Michals, Duane Munkacsi, Martin Odermatt, Arnold Parr, Martin (ed.)


A Visit with Magritte Martin Munkacsi On Duty The Protest Box

Flexible hardcover Hardcover Clothbound hardcover Five books and a text booklet in
15,5 20,5 cm, 64 pp 24 29 cm, 416 pp 27,9 32,5 cm, 336 pp a cardboard box
Four-colour process 318 tritone plates Four-colour process Limited edition of 1.000 boxed sets
24.00 / 22.00 / US$ 32.00 58.00 / 45.00 / US$ 78.00 65.00 / 54.00 / US$ 80.00 380.00 / 338.00 / US$ 500.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-987-9 ISBN 978-3-86521-269-6 ISBN 978-3-86521-336-5 ISBN 978-3-86930-124-2

Michener, Diana Ndas, Pter Odermatt, Arnold Parke, Trent


Sweethearts Own Death Off Duty The Christmas Tree Bucket,
Trent Parkes Family Album
Softcover Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover
17 11,5 cm, 224 pp 18,5 26,2 cm, 288 pp 27,9 32,5 cm, 360 pp Clothbound hardcover
Four-colour process 161 color plates Tritone and Four-colour process 27,5 22,4 cm, 128 pp
15.00 / 14.00 / US$ 22.00 40.00 / 28.00 / US$ 50.00 65.00 / 54.00 / US$ 80.00 61 color photographs
ISBN 978-3-86521-713-4 ISBN 978-3-86521-010-4 ISBN 978-3-86521-796-7 38.00 / 45.00 / US$ 30.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-206-5

Michener, Diana Nozolino, Paulo Olsson, Mikael Parks, Gordon


Figure Studies bone lonely Sdrakull Frsakull A Harlem Family 1967

Softcover sewn with red thread, Hardcover Clothbound hardcover with French Hardcover with dust jacket
housed in a black slipcase 18 26 cm, 72 pp fold jacket printed recto/verso 25 29 cm, 112 pp
29 37 cm, 64 pp Four-colour process 25 26 cm, 208 pp 100 photographs, tritone
Quadratone 34.00 / 32.00 / US$ 50.00 Four-colour process 28.00 / 22.00 / US$ 38.00
28.00 / 24.00 / US$ 39.50 ISBN 978-3-86521-861-2 58.00 / 48.00 / US$ 72.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-602-5
ISBN 978-3-86930-213-3 ISBN 978-3-86930-059-7

Mofokeng, Santu Nozolino, Paulo Orri Parks, Gordon


The Black Photo Album Far Cry Interiors The Making of an Argument
Clothbound hardcover
Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover 144 pages with a 16-page text Clothbound hardcover
18,5 27,2 cm, 100 pp 24,8 32 cm, 136 pp booklet 25 29 cm, 136 pp
Tritone 78 tritone plates 29,7 31 cm, 144 pp Tritone
34.00 / 28.00 / US$ 45.00 45.00 / 30.00 / US$ 60.00 72 color photographs 35.00/ 28.00 / US$ 42.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-310-9 ISBN 978-3-86521-122-4 48.00 / 38.00 / US$ 68.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-721-3
ISBN 978-3-86930-375-8

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Paulsen, Susan Powell, Luke Ruetz, Michael Ruscha, Ed
Wilmot Afghan Gold Eye on Time Catalogue Raisonn of the Paintings,
Volume 4: 19881992
Hardcover Clothbound hardcover with a text Hardcover with dust jacket
28 28 cm, 248 pp booklet, housed in a slipcase 29,7 21 cm, 360 pp Clothbound hardcover in a slipcase
320 photographs, Four-colour 42 31 cm, 272 290 tritone plates 24 29 cm, 526 pp
process Four-colour process 48.00 / 35.00 / US$ 70.00 Four-colour process
48.00 / 35.00 / US$ 65.00 98.00/ 95.00 / US$ 145.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-577-2 148.00 / 135.00 / US$ 219.90
ISBN 978-3-86930-565-3 ISBN 978-3-86930-648-3 ISBN 978-3-86521-833-9

Paulsen, Susan Prinz, Bernhard Rowell, Margit Ruscha, Ed


Sarah Ryhmes with Clara Latifundia Ed Ruscha, Photographer Catalogue Raisonn of the Paintings,
Volume 5: 19931997
Clothbound hardcover Hardcover Clothbound hardcover with a
23,5 27 cm, 128 pp 22,8 27,9 cm, 180 pp tipped-in photograph Clothbound hardcover in a slipcase
Four-colour process 114 color plates 20,5 25,5 cm, 184 pp 24 29 cm, 504 pp
40.00 / 34.00 / US$ 48.00 45.00 / 35.00 / US$ 58.00 214 photographs, tritone Four-colour process
ISBN 978-3-86930-244-7 ISBN 978-3-86521-487-4 38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 48.00 165.00 / 138.00 / US$ 220.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-206-1 ISBN 978-3-86930-251-5

Pol, Andri Rautert, Timm Ruscha, Ed Ruscha, Ed


Where is Japan No Photographing (English) THEN & NOW Catalogue Raisonn of the Paintings
Volume 6. 1998-2003
Hardcover Clothbound hardcover with Slipcased
24,2 30 cm, 320 pp a belly band 45 32 cm, 152 pp Cothbound hardcover in a slipcase
Four-colour process 22 28 cm, 156 pp Four-colour process 24 29 cm, 576 pp
56.00 / 48.00 / US$ 80.00 Four-colour process and duotone 120.00 / 80.00 / US$ 175.00 165.00/ 145.00 / US$ 198.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-993-0 38.00 / 32.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-105-7 ISBN 978-3-86930-740-4
ISBN 978-3-86930-322-2

Polidori, Robert MacGill, Peter / Steidl, Gerhard (eds.) Ruscha, Ed Schaller, Matthias
After the Flood Rodchenko Catalogue Raisonn of the Paintings, The Mill
Volume 1: 19581970
Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket Hardcover
38,6 30 cm, 320 pp 24,5 33 cm, 104 pp Clothbound hardcover in a slipcase 29 23,5 cm, 120 pp
300 color plates 39 photographs, Four-colour process 24 29 cm, 436 pp 55 color plates
75.00 / 50.00 / US$ 90.00 40.00 / 32.00 / US$ 58.00 Four-colour process 50.00 / 35.00 / US$ 65.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-277-1 ISBN 978-3-86930-245-4 160.00 / 110.00 / US$ 200.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-378-5
ISBN 978-3-88243-972-4

Polidori, Robert Rubins, Nancy Ruscha, Ed Schaller, Matthias


Parcours Musologique Revisit Work Catalogue Raisonn of the Paintings, Purple Desk
Volume 2: 19711982
Three hardcover books housed Two clothbound hardcover and a Clothbound hardcover with
in a slipcase softcover in a slipcase Clothbound hardcover in a slipcase dust jacket
29 29 cm, 744 pp 24 32 cm, 528 pp 24 29 cm, 526 pp 25 29 cm, 72 pp
480 color plates Four-colour process Four-colour process 30 color plates
98.00 / 85.00 / US$ 124.90 125.00 / 100.00 / US$ 175.00 160.00 / 110.00 / US$ 200.00 38.00 / 32.00 / US$ 49.90
ISBN 978-3-86521-702-8 ISBN 978-3-86930-493-9 ISBN 978-3-86521-138-5 ISBN 978-3-86521-597-0

Polidori, Robert Ruetz, Michael Ruscha, Ed Serra, Richard / Reinartz, Dirk


Eye and I Eye on Infinity Catalogue Raisonn of the Paintings, Te Tuhirangi Contour
Volume 3: 19831987
Clothbound hardcover Hardcover Clothbound hardcover
24 30 cm, 192 pp 29,5 29,5 cm, 252 pp Clothbound hardcover in a slipcase 24 22 cm, 76 pp
Four-colour process 112 tritone plates 24 29 cm, 558 pp 40 duotone plates
48.00/ 40.00 / US$ 65.00 48.00 / 35.00 / US$ 70.00 Four-colour process 28.00 / 20.00 / US$ 35.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-592-9 ISBN 978-3-86521-766-0 160.00 / 110.00 / US$ 210.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-014-2
ISBN 978-3-86521-368-6

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Serra, Richard Sheikh, Fazal Soth, Alec Sternfeld, Joel
Notebooks Ether Niagara First Pictures

Five books housed in a cardboard Clothbound hardcover Hardcover with a tipped-in photo Clothbound with a tipped-in photo
box 21 32 cm, 88 pp 23 26,5 cm, 144 pp 29,5 24,5 cm, 320 pp
Limited edition of 1,050, signed and Four-colour process Four-colour process Four-colour process
numbered by the artist 38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 45.00 48.00 / 35.00 / US$ 65.00 48.00 / 42.00 / US$ 78.00
420.00 / 350.00 / US$ 550.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-653-7 ISBN 978-3-86521-233-7 ISBN 978-3-86930-309-3
ISBN 978-3-86930-253-9

Serra, Richard Sigal, Ivan Staeck, Klaus / Steidl, Gerhard Sternfeld, Joel
Early Work White Road Beuys Book iDubai

Hardcover Two books housed in a box Hardcover with foil embossing Clothbound hardcover
24 30 cm, 340 pp 18,5 25,5 cm, 472 pp 16,5 24 cm, 736 pp 20,3 25,4 cm, 160 pp
200 tritone and four colour 225 tritone photographs 455 photographs, Four-colour pro- 70 color plates
photographs 65.00 / 50.00 / US$ 88.00 cess and duotone 28.00 / 24.00 / US$ 38.00
68.00/ 54.00 / US$ 88.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-538-7 28.00 / 22.00 / US$ 35.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-916-9
ISBN 978-3-86930-716-9 ISBN 978-3-86521-914-5

Sheikh, Fazal Singh, Dayanita Staeck, Klaus Sternfeld, Joel


Ladli File Room Pornografie When it Changed

Clothbound hardcover Softcover Softcover Softcover
26,7 33 cm, 140 pp 24 32 cm, 88 pp 20 25 cm, 392 pp 22,3 15 cm, 144 pp
70 tritone plates 70 photographs, tritone 295 b/w plates 54 color plates
25.00 / 17.50 / US$ 30.00 30.00 / 25.00 / US$ 38.00 35.00 / 24.00 / US$ 45.00 25.00 / 17.50 / US$ 35.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-381-5 ISBN 978-3-86930-542-4 ISBN 978-3-88243-124-7 ISBN 978-3-86521-278-8

Sheikh, Fazal Singh, Dayanita Sternfeld, Joel Sternfeld, Joel


Portraits Dream Villa On This Site Stranger Passing

Clothbound hardcover with Hardcover Clothbound hardcover with a Clothbound hardcover with a
dust jacket 10 20 cm, 136 pp tipped-in photo tipped-in photo
19,7 25 cm, 304 pp Four-colour process 30,5 25,4 cm, 112 pp 34 29 cm, 132 pp
142 photographs, quadratone 28.00 / 24.00 / US$ 38.00 50 color plates 65.00 / 50.00 / US$ 88.00
48.00 / 42.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-985-5 48.00 / 42.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-499-1
ISBN 978-3-86521-819-3 ISBN 978-3-86930-434-2

Sheikh, Fazal Soth, Alec Sternfeld, Joel Subotzky, Mikhael


Moksha Dog Days Bogot American Prospects Retinal Shift

Clothbound hardcover Hardcover Colthbound hardcover with Clothbound hardcover with tipped-
26,7 33 cm, 220 pp 21,5 22,5 cm, 60 pp dust jacket in photos on the cover and back
170 tritone plates 50 color plates 39 30,5 cm, 160 pp cover
65.00 / 45.00 / US$ 85.00 25.00 / 22.00 / US$ 34.00 88.00 / 75.00 / distributed 19 26 cm, 300 pp
ISBN 978-3-86521-125-5 ISBN 978-3-86521-451-5 in the US by DAP 38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 48.00
ISBN 978-3-88243-915-1 ISBN 978-3-86930-539-4

Sheikh, Fazal Soth, Alec Sternfeld, Joel Taylor-Johnson, Sam


The Circle Sleeping by the Mississippi Walking the High Line Birth of a Clown

Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover with Clothbound hardcover with Clothbound hardcover with
17 22,5 cm, 114 pp a tipped-in photo dust jacket dust jacket
108 tritone plates 28,5 27,5 cm, 120 pp 26 21,5 cm, 72 pp 23 33 cm, 48 pp
30.00 / 20.00 / US$ 40.00 Four-colour process 29 photographs, four-colour process 45 photographs, Four-colour process
ISBN 978-3-86521-599-4 40.00 / 35.00 / US$ 54.00 28.00 / 25.00 / US$ 30.00 34.00 / 28.00 / US$ 40.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-753-0 ISBN 978-3-86521-982-4 ISBN 978-3-86521-853-7

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Teller, Juergen Walther, Artur (ed.) Yaari, Sharon
Nackig auf dem Fuballplatz African Photography from The Leap Toward Yourself
Walther Collection
Softcover Hardcover
27,3 20,4 cm, 184 pp Three clothbound hardcovers 21,5 27 cm, 260 pp
9 color plates and 1 duotone plate housed in a slipcase 48.00/ 42.00 / US$ 58.00
25.00 / 18.00 / US$ 30.00 24 32 cm, 1208 pp ISBN 978-3-86930-723-7
ISBN 978-3-88243-963-2 198.00 / 165.00 / US$ 250.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-655-1

Teller, Juergen Wessel, Henry Wood, Tom


Nrnberg Waikiki Men and Women

Clothbound hardcover Clothbound hardcover with Two hardcover books in a sleeve
35 28 cm, 120 pp a tipped-in photo and dust jacket 19,8 25,5 cm, 344 pp
60 color plates 29,5 29,5 cm, 60 pp 268 photographs, duotone and
75.00 / 50.00 / US$ 90.00 25 photographs, tritone Four-colour process
ISBN 978-3-86521-132-3 58.00 / 50.00 / US$ 85.00 68.00 / 58.00 / US$ 78.00
ISBN 978-3-89630-300-0 ISBN 978-3-86930-570-7

Teller, Juergen Wessel, Henry Wylie, Donovan


Pictures and Text Incidents British Watchtowers

A hardcover and a softcover book Clothbound hardcover with a Hardcover
housed in a slipcase tipped-in photo 30,3 23,5 cm, 72 pp
21,5 26,2 cm, 192 pp 29,5 29,5 cm, 64 pp 49 color plates
Four-colour process Tritone 40.00 / 27.50 / US$ 50.00
48.00 / 40.00 / US$ 65.00 38.00 / 30.00 / US$ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-499-7
ISBN 978-3-86930-320-8 ISBN 978-3-86930-697-1

Teller, Juergen Wetzel, Gereon / Adolph, Jrg Wylie, Donovan


The Keys to the House How to Make a Book with Steidl Maze

Clothbound hardcover with DVD, documentary, 90 min Two hardcover books and a singer-
a belly-band Original version: English / German stitched booklet, housed in a slipcase,
24 30 cm, 160 pp with subtitles 29,5 23,5 cm, 206 pp
Four-colour process 25.00 / 22.00 / US$ 34.95 150 color plates
45.00 / 39.00 / US$ 65.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-119-8 48.00 / 44.00 / US$ 65.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-383-3 ISBN 978-3-86521-907-7

Teller, Juergen Wiedenhfer, Kai Wylie, Donovan


Mrchenstberl Confrontier Outposts / Kandahar Province

Hardcover Hardcover with foil embossing Clothbound hardcover with
27 21 cm, 144 pp 23 33 cm, 184 pp dust jacket
140 color plates 128 photographs, Four-colour 29,5 23,5 cm, 64 pp
22.00 / 14.00 / US$ 25.00 process 28 photographs, Four-colour process
ISBN 978-3-88243-863-5 40.00 / 32.00 / US$ 58.00 32.00 / 28.00 / US$ 45.00
ISBN 978-3-86930-550-9 ISBN 978-3-86930-321-5

Tuggener, Jakob Wiedenhfer, Kai


Fabrik The Book of Destruction

Clothbound hardcover with Clothbound hardcover with
dust jacket dust jacket
22,8 30,9 cm, 62 pp 22,7 30,5 cm, 160 pp
95 photographs, quadratone 94 photographs, Four-colour process
65.00 / 45.00 / US$ 85.00 34.00 / 30.00 / US$ 48.00
ISBN 978-3-86521-493-5 ISBN 978-3-86930-207-2

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