Rare Photography
Hiromi Tsuchida - New: Counting Grains of Sand
Hiromi Tsuchida - New
Counting Grains of Sand
Hardcover      ISBN: 4887730314

Dust Jacket : Very Good+

Homo Sum
Homo Sum
Hardcover      ISBN: 3899040708
I Want to Take Picture
I Want to Take Picture
Hardcover      ISBN: 0932526160

Atlanta, Nexus Press 1987. Large oversize hardcover. First Edition. Glossy illustrated boards with no dustjacket, as issued. Book in Near-Fine condition with a pinhead size scuff on spine as it's only flaw.

I'll Be Your Mirror
I'll Be Your Mirror
Hardcover      ISBN: 3931141330

Spine slightly cocked and mild wear to extremities.

Immediate Family
Immediate Family
Hardcover      ISBN: 0893815187

Mann's subjects are her small children (a boy, a girl and a new baby), often shot when they're sick or hurt or just naked. Nosebleeds, cuts, hives, chicken pox, swollen eyes, vomiting--the usual trials of childhood--can be alarmingly beautiful, thrillingly sensual moments in Mann's portrait album. Her ambivalence about motherhood--her delight and despair--pushes Mann to delve deeper into the steaming mess of family life than most of us are willing to go. What she comes up with is astonishing. --Vince Aletti, "The Village Voice"

In the Box
In the Box
Hardcover      ISBN: 0957635206
Infra: Photographs by Richard Mosse
Photographs by Richard Mosse
Hardcover      ISBN: 159711202x
Infra, Richard Mosse's first book, offers a radical rethinking of how to depict a conflict as complex and intractable as that of the ongoing war in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Mosse photographs both the rich topography, inscribed with the traces of conflicting interests, as well as rebel groups of constantly shifting allegiances at war with the Congolese national army (itself a patchwork of recently integrated warlords and their militias). For centuries, the Congo has repeatedly compelled and defied the western imagination. Mosse brings to this subject the use of a discontinued aerial surveillance film, a type of color infrared film called Kodak Aerochrome. The film, originally developed for military reconnaissance, registers an invisible spectrum of infrared light, rendering the green landscape in vivid hues of lavender, crimson and hot pink. The results offer a fevered inflation of the traditional reportage document, underlining the growing tension between art, fiction and photojournalism. Mosse's work highlights the ineffable nature of current events in today's Congo. Infra initiates a dialogue with photography that begins as an intoxicating meditation on a broken genre, but ends as a haunting elegy for a vividly beautiful land touched by unspeakable tragedy.
Following studies at the London Consortium and Goldsmiths College in London, Richard Mosse (born 1980) graduated from the Yale School of Art. He was awarded the Leonore Annenberg Fellowship in 2008 and the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2011. His work has been featured on the pages of Aperture, Artforum, Art in America, Frieze and Modern Painters.

Aperture Foundation, 2012. First edition. Illustrated paper boards in cyan, magenta, and yellow. Minor shelfwear to jacket: rubbing to lower edge.

International Territory: The United Nations 1945-95
International Territory
The United Nations 1945-95
Hardcover      ISBN: 1859849016

For half a century, the United Nations building in New York has been the focus of international inspiration. Its podium has seen petitioners for peace, for independence, for justice. Its murals and statuatry express the loftiest ideals. Born of World War II and the struggle against fascism, the UN has been the parent body of many small states, and an arena for the peaceful composition of disputes between the powers.

London, Verso 1994. Hardcover in dustjacket. First Edition. Bound in publisher's light blue cloth with gilt printing on spine. Condition is Very-good in a Very-Good dustjacket. There is a small abrasion of front of jacket and a corresponding one on cover of book neither of which detract much from the appearance of the book. Text by Christopher Hitchens. 104 pages.

Invisible: Covert Operations and Classified Landscapes
Covert Operations and Classified Landscapes
1st Edition    Hardcover      ISBN: 1597111309

"Invisible: Covert Operations and Classified Landscapes" is Trevor Paglen's long-awaited first photographic monograph. Social scientist, artist, writer and provocateur, Paglen has been exploring the secret activities of the U.S. military and intelligence agencies--the "black world"--for the last eight years, publishing, speaking and making astonishing photographs. As an artist, Paglen is interested in the idea of photography as truth-telling, but his pictures often stop short of traditional ideas of documentation. In the series "Limit Telephotography," for example, he employs high-end optical systems to photograph top-secret governmental sites; and in "The Other Night Sky," he uses the data of amateur satellite watchers to track and photograph classified spacecraft in Earth's orbit. In other works Paglen transforms documents such as passports, flight data and aliases of CIA operatives into art objects. Rebecca Solnit contributes a searing essay that traces this history of clandestine military activity on the American landscape.

John Gossage: Berlin in the Time of the Wall
John Gossage
Berlin in the Time of the Wall
Trade Paperback      SKU: 281AKJ1010857

Paperback edition. No dust jacket or slipcase.