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Gerhard Steidl and Michael Mack have asked me to write the introduction for this catalogue, our newest collection of books. These titles, like all our creations, are an eclectic selection from the most accomplished photographers, artists, writers and curators. Despite their diversity, they have one thing in common: each book will be produced within the walls of Düstere Strasse 4, Göttingen. In August 2008 I had the idea to write a chronicle of life at Düstere Strasse 4, where most Steidl books are designed and all of them printed. The idea from the outset was to record the processes and experiences of book-making as they happened, not to analyze or re-stage them. I began by making notes during work hours of encounters, anecdotes and characters – of the organized chaos that comprises a typical working day at Steidl. The project grew, entry by entry, day by day, and eventually took shape as Concentric Circles, one of the books announced in this catalogue. Some of the books described in the pages that follow are still only ideas; others are nearly print-ready. But each, when it stands proudly on a library shelf somewhere in the world, will bear silent witness to the many people, collaborators and employees, who have created it. I hope our new books delight and challenge you – whether you have already participated in
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Henry Leutwyler Neverland Lost Yves Marchand / Romain Meffre The Ruins of Detroit Mauro D’Agati Alamar Mauro D’Agati Napule Shot David Bailey Bailey’s Delhi Dilemma Andri Pol Where is Japan Boris Mikhailov Maquette Braunschweig Tina Barney Players Dayanita Singh Dream Villa François-Marie Banier Grandes Chaleurs François-Marie Banier Beckett June Leaf Record 1974/75 – Mabou Coal Mines Robert Frank Black White and Things Robert Frank The Complete Film Works – Volume 5 Robert Frank The Complete Film Works – Volume 6 Frank Films – The Film and Video Work of Robert Frank Manfred Paul Still-Life Photographs 1983–1985 Joel Sternfeld Walking the High Line Robert Polidori Some Points in Between… Up Till Now Mikael Olsson Södrakull Frösakull Anish Kapoor Architectural Projects 24h Berlin Kalliopi Lemos Crossings Koto Bolofo Vroom! Vroom! Juergen Teller Zimmermann Juergen Teller Deste Fashion Collection Jeanloup Sieff Les Indiscrètes Duane Michals Photographs from the Floating World Duane Michals A Visit with Magritte Duane Michals Foto Follies Jenny Holzer Karl Lagerfeld The Beauty of Violence Edition 7L
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life at Düstere Strasse 4, or whether that journey awaits you. Monte Packham
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Paul Jasmin California Dreaming Another Art Book Digital + Analogue: The Art and Science of Rockstar Games
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Fall 2009 Book Awards FotoGrafia Book Award International Gold Medal Award Jim Goldberg Open See Association of Art Museum Curators award for the outstanding museum catalgue of the year Sarah Greenough Looking in Robert Frank’s The Americans Premio Mejor libro internacional de fotografía del año Mención de honor Sarah Greenough Looking in Robert Frank’s The Americans Kasseler Fotoforum 24 Favorite Photobooks 2008/2009 Susan Meiselas In History Rencontres d’Arles Historical Book Award 2009 Susan Meiselas In History Photo: Koto Bolofo .
A Portrait of Michael Jackson .Henry Leutwyler. Neverland Lost. A Portrait of Michael Jackson Henry Leutwyler. Neverland Lost.
“I have an urge to investigate people I have never met” says Swiss-born Henry Leutwyler. A self-taught youth who began his career by photographing “cheese and chocolates”. The resulting series of photographs document the inner turmoil of the public person who chose to model his private life on Peter Pan and the Lost Boys – children who never wanted to grow up. Leutwyler is a visual archaeologist. Leutwyler’s unemotional portraits are almost too intimate to behold. but when one digs beneath the surface. what emerges is the profound truth of a star’s sequestered reality.Henry Leutwyler Neverland Lost A Portrait of Michael Jackson Prior to Michael Jackson’s death. Henry Leutwyler photographed crates of artifacts removed from Jackson’s Neverland ranch in California. With twenty-five years experience creating portraits that document the famous and powerful.00 / £ 27. and now these still lifes are as close as anyone will ever get to what Jackson once had.5 x 28 cm Four colour process Hardcover € 31. he has turned his gaze on the belongings that surround the individual. Henry Leutwyler Neverland Lost A Portrait of Michael Jackson Book design by Ruba Abu-Nimah and Kevin Ley 96 pages 8. allowing the objects to reveal more than the subjects themselves.5 x 11 in. Leutwyler’s photographs unearth the “Lost Boy” forced to leave Neverland. and ultimately left behind. His work drills deep.00 / US$ 45.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-050-4 12 13 . / 21.
T h e R u i n s o f D e t r o i t .Yv e s M a r c h a n d / R o m a i n M e f f r e .
Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre began to photograph seperately in 2001. small pieces of history in suspension. “Ruins are the visible symbols and landmarks of our societies and their changes. Yves Marchand / Romain Meffre The Ruins of Detroit Introduction by Robert Polidori Book design by Steidl 200 pages 15 x 11. Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre documented this disintegration.” Born in 1981 and 1987 in the Parisian suburbs.Yves Marchand / Romain Meffre The Ruins of Detroit Over the past generation Detroit has suffered economically worse than any other of the major American cities and its rampant urban decay is now glaringly apparent during this current recession. This fragility. Photography appeared to us as a modest way to keep a little bit of this ephemeral state. and which now stand as monuments to the city’s fall from grace. showcasing structures that were formerly a source of civic pride. The state of ruin is temporary by nature.00 / £ 82.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-042-9 16 17 . wondering about the permanence of things. They began to work as a duo at the beginning of their project on the ruins of Detroit in 2005. / 38 x 29 cm 150 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover € 89. lead us to watch them one very last time: being dismayed.4 in. or admiring.00 / US$ 125. the time elapsed but even so running fast. the volatile result of the end of an era and the fall of empires.
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Built with passion by day and night. Out of this exchange a new city was born.00 / US$ 59. Mauro D’Agati’s photographs look at that moment when the dream faded. a steel smelting factory east of Havana.Mauro D’Agati Alamar In the early 1970s the workers of the Fabrica Vanguardia Socialista.8 in. 12 plantas. the result is excessive and amateurish. Steidl published Palermo Unsung in 2009. Ten years later. the coast and the avenues that connect Matanzas and Varadero. Was it during the Period Especial. He has undertaken work for numerous Italian and international magazines. and Napule Shot in 2010. Mauro D’Agati.00 / £ 35. zona 1 Alamar – La Habana. Conceived by the same workers who would build it and live there. and it extends over fifteen km2 between the Cojimar and Bacuranao rivers. Alamar was planned as an example to the world of a socialist community.5 x 25 cm 87 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover € 45. No two stairwells have the same height. At some point in history Alamar was no longer a symbol of some Utopian dream. born 1968 in Palermo. the years after the collapse of the socialist system? Alamar continues in these pictures to represent a unique moment in the history of the Cuban revolution.95 ISBN 978-3-86521-954-1 20 21 . 2009 Mauro D’Agati Alamar Text by Senel Paz Book design by Emanuele Lo Cascio 156 pages 11. began working as a professional photographer in 1996.6 x 9. nor are any of the walls square. wrote to Fidel Castro about their need for apartments and houses. December 11. Alamar as we know it was completed. / 29. Exhibition: Galerias en el A-55. It now resembles a gigantic installation in which an artist wanted to represent the chaos and all of the mistakes of this failed experiment.
M a u r o D ’A g a t i . N a p u l e S h o t .
Chapter by chapter Mauro D’Agati tells the story of the city through a variety of characters and locations – a music manager. and Alamar in 2010.Mauro D’Agati Napule Shot Divided between two parts.2 cm 286 photographs Four colour process Hardcover € 56. Steidl published Palermo Unsung in 2009. He has undertaken work for numerous Italian and international magazines. began working as a professional photographer in 1996. art and theatrical events.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-955-8 24 25 . Napule Shot represents a cross section of life in Naples. His photographs show the youngsters living there. local singers. Mauro D’Agati Napule Shot Book design by Mauro D’Agati and Jonas Wettre 408 pages 11. weddings. Mauro D’Agati.00 / US$ 80. police operations. the heart of the city centre and the degraded eastern zone of Naples and its inhabitants. from the outset covering many Sicilian jazz festivals.5 x 20. born 1968 in Palermo. ‘Outskirts’ and ‘Downtown’. the drugs and the beauty.6 x 8 in. / 29.00 / £ 48.
a bright blue plastic tarpaulin – and so creates a portrait of the city that is sensitive without being self-indulgent. tourist-friendly images taken from the pages of National Geographic? How does a photographer of David Bailey’s standing portray India without seeming condescending? These questions are at the heart of Bailey’s Delhi Dilemma.2 x 13 in.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-991-6 29 . Pictures That Mark Can Do. David Bailey Bailey’s Dehli Dilemma Book design by David Bailey and Gerhard Steidl 300 pages 10. Bailey’s Democracy. By the early 1960s his work. characters and textures that make Delhi unique – a magenta sari. Havana. had already made him a cult figure. Bailey has been to India fifteen times.00 / US$ 78. is one of the most successful photographers of his generation. This book is the first of many that will present Bailey’s ongoing response to his Delhi Dilemma. Bailey depicts the colours. 8 Minutes. Locations. especially for Vogue.David Bailey Bailey’s Delhi Dilemma “Pink is the navy blue of India. Instead.00 / £ 52. an infant walking alone on a rust-coloured road. Chasing Rainbows. / 26 x 33 cm 240 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover € 58. and Eye. Steidl has published Birth of the Cool.” (Diana Vreeland) How does one photograph Delhi without the results looking like clichéd. Is That So Kid. David Bailey. born in London in 1938. NY JS DB 62. and in this new series of photographs he avoids focussing on the cultural and economic differences between East and West that can make photos of the country appear overly didactic.
Andri Pol. Where is Japan .
Andri Pol Where is Japan English / Japanese Text by Daniele Muscionico Book design by Wendelin Hess 320 pages 9. born 1961 Switzerland.Andri Pol Where is Japan European visions of Japan are dominated by clichés such as the cherry blossom.5 x 11.2 x 30 cm Four colour process Hardcover € 56. the temples. and Zen.00 / US$ 80. Even though he can’t completely avoid the cherry blossom and the tea rites. Pol casts a sharp eye on the reality of Japan beyond European projections of the Far East.00 / £ 48. He finds beauty within the everyday life of modern Japan. But this has more to do with European longings and utopian ideals than with today’s Japan. the samurai. works as a photographer for different international magazines and publishing houses. Andri Pol.8 in. His works have been widely published.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-993-0 33 . he encounters human beings who have learned to live between yesterday and tomorrow – masters of the profane. The photographer Andri Pol has visited the Japanese Islands over many years and he has taken pictures strictly avoiding any such soft-focus clichés. / 24. Fascinated and irritated at the same time. the geisha.
“Bus Stop” and “Home T(h)eatre”. He has published many books. forming the typical ancient Greek chorus and the production was a symbolic play about war and the documentation of a young democracy. The public took part. Ukraine. Boris Mikhailov Maquette Braunschweig Text by Inka Schube Book design by Boris Mikhailov. In a city where the number of young people and children is constantly decreasing.00 / US$ 68. / 24 x 34 cm Four colour process Hardcover € 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-834-6 34 35 . In 2008 he closely followed the production of Aeschylus’ The Persians in Braunschweig. Mikhailov lives in Kharkov and Berlin.5 x 13. his photographs became famous as outstanding statements of the dark sides of the Soviet Union. Look at Me I look at Water and Salt Lake. the Citibank Photography Award and the Kraszna-Krausz Book Award.Boris Mikhailov Maquette Braunschweig Maquette Braunschweig is Boris Mikhailov’s analysis of Germany’s political and demographic development. Mikhailov was also a part of the production process and he developed an oeuvre in four acts: “German Portraits”. Boris Mikhailov was born in 1938 in Kharkov. including the Hasselblad Award. Mikhailov takes a close look at the weak points and the margins of this community and paints a unique and clairvoyant picture of Germany’s future.00 / £ 43. Gerhard Steidl and Jonas Wettre 272 pages 9. with Steidl. He has won numerous awards. “Shooting”.4 in. including. Being first of all an engineer.
/ 30.00 / US$ 49. Tina Barney expands her subject matter to include fashion. she has been producing large-scale photographs of family and friends. Her monographs include The Europeans. Tina Barney was born in 1945 in New York. Her meticulous tableaux chronicle the complexity of interpersonal relationships. In her two previous books. performers. they are all “players”. Now she combines commercial assignments dating back as far as 1988. Selections from her personal work complete the mix. The result is refreshing. published by Steidl in 2005.8 x 9. Editor and designer Chip Kidd has translated this excitement to the pages of this new book. Whether performing publicly or privately.95 ISBN 978-3-86521-995-4 36 37 . revealing and curious. Emboldened by the cacophony when photographing on stage. Since 1975.9 cm 66 photographs Four colour process Hardcover € 35. Barney has embraced a more casual aesthetic that is visually exhilarating. Barney chose to look at families in America and their milieu and then carried on this examination of families in Europe. fashion. These lush colour prints have been exhibited and collected by major institutions around the world. and actors.5 x 22.Tina Barney Players In Players. And Michael Stipe has contributed his poetic vertigo.00 / £ 30. Tina Barney Players Edited by Chip Kidd Text by Michael Stipe Book design by Chip Kidd 96 pages 11. She lives in New York and Rhode Island. as well as her own circle of friends. Barney was the recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship.2 in. and portraiture. Barney has always been fascinated by the circumstances in which her subjects operate. with editorial.
when all is lit by artificial light and the moon is just ornamentation. This series of colour photographs presents a landscape which exists as much in the artist’s imagination as in the real world.00 / US$ 39.9 in.00 / £ 24. With Steidl she has published Privacy (2003).9 x 7. was born 1961in New Delhi. book maker. Dayanita Singh Dream Villa Book design by Dayanita Singh and Gerhard Steidl 136 pages 3. Singh travels to many different cities never knowing where Dream Villa or its inhabitants will present themselves. / 10 x 20 cm Four colour process Flexible plastic-softcover € 28. Dayanita Singh. Delhi January.Dayanita Singh Dream Villa In Dream Villa Singh explores how the night transforms what seems ordinary by day into something mysterious and unsettling. Sent a Letter (2008) and Blue Book (2009). It is a place where nothing is quite as it seems to be – it comes alive at night. Chairs (2005). Exhibition: “Nature Morte”. Her kitchen museum in Delhi has 33 books handmade by her from her various travels. Her works have been exhibited worldwide but her secret passion is making books.95 ISBN 978-3-86521-985-5 38 39 . 2010. Go Away Closer (2007).
5 x 11.00 / £ 35. a traditional country where prayer and humour connect people in an almost physical way. or “big heat”.90 ISBN 978-3-86521-822-3 40 41 . gestures and attitudes of an endless spiritual quest. emphasizing the place where people truly meet. and further exhibitions have since been organized throughout Europe. the pain they suffer. where people shake your hand and then immediately place their hand over their heart. of good and evil.00 / US$ 59. creation and the spirit. / 24 x 30 cm 109 photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover € 45. since the 1970s he has also been taking photographs of public figures as well as anonymous people in the street. This is the land of the lord. François-Marie Banier was born in Paris in 1947.8 in. Francois Marie-Banier's photography captures the intimate grandeur of the looks. Irrespective of their age. A novelist and playwright.François-Marie Banier Grandes Chaleurs Grandes Chaleurs. is an impish title for a book about Morocco. He lives and works in Paris. There is an omnipresence of the after life. François-Marie Banier. They represent a link to the very oldest issues of humanity – misery. in Asia and in America. François-Marie Banier Grandes Chaleurs Text by Abdellah Taïa Book design Martin d’Orgeval. Gerhard Steidl and Katharina Staal 144 pages 9. In 1991 the Centre Pompidou in Paris exhibited his photographic work for the first time.
With his dark voice. Its silhouette of a marsh-bird vanished in the middle of the crowd of Moroccans in djellabahs and indifferent tourists. he told me of the twenty seven books he couldn’t find a publisher for. he advised me to read “to learn how the others do it”. As our paths kept crossing we finally met. and get back to the place that suits the photographer best: the one behind the lens. so I had to step away. since the 1970s he has also been taking photographs of public figures as well as anonymous people in the street.00 / $ 25. his heels touching the ground long before his weight followed. blinded by the sun.7 x 7. his opinions.5 x 18 cm 48 photographs Four colour process Hardcover € 18. of his wife Suzanne. of his friendship with Joyce. His path seemed to follow the movement of a pendulum. / 14. A novelist and playwright. of his family in Ireland. to leave the treasure of his words. his ocean blue eyes hidden by big sunglasses. the body leaning backwards.” François-Marie Banier was born in Paris in 1947.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-983-1 42 43 . He imagined how his mother would have been surprised by him getting the Nobel Prize. So I abandoned the camera and stopped taking pictures. François-Marie Banier Beckett Text by Viviane Forrester and François-Marie Banier Book design by Gerhard Steidl and Sarah Winter 88 pages 5. if ever she had known. It was nothing but skin and bones. the beaches and streets of Tangier were haunted by an automaton. adjusted to his own rhythm. and further exhibitions have since been organized throughout Europe. It troubled me so much not to be able to capture the real dimension of this figure that I often forgot to put a film into my camera.François-Marie Banier Beckett “About thirty years ago. In 1991 the Centre Pompidou in Paris exhibited his photographic work for the first time. Like me they ignored the fact that this skinny man was the great writer Samuel Beckett.00 / £ 15.1 in. in Asia and in America. But I wanted to retain this attitude and his face. He lives and works in Paris. and tried to orientate himself. and I often lost sight of it. He looked far above the horizon.
She concluded her art education at Roosevelt University in 1954. although she and her husband are often drawn back to the metropolis: to Bleecker Street on New York’s Lower East Side.8 in. 1974: “I don’t usually like to write because I am more satisfied by an action. her frustration as well as her progress: “I’ve come to a dead stop.95 ISBN 978-3-86930-051-1 44 45 .00 / £ 35. Leaf is not afraid to express the difficulty of the creative process. unpretentious entry of 24 April. / 18. from its opening pages to the last. more complex picture. an approach explained in her first written entry of 26 November.3 x 30 cm Four colour process Clothbound hardcover € 40.” June Leaf was born in 1929 in Chicago.2 x 11. 1975: “Blue book ends. Nova Scotia. She has lived here since 1969 with her husband. Drawing is her primary medium. Where’s the inspiration?” Amidst such uncertainty Leaf’s husband remains a constant source of inspiration: representations of Frank are scattered throughout the book. drawing it in different ways until it becomes no more than a detail in a larger. June Leaf Record 1974/75 Mabou Coal Mines Book design by June Leaf 188 pages 7.June Leaf Record 1974/75 Mabou Coal Mines This book is a facsimile of June Leaf’s sketchbook from the winter of 1974 and 1975. Leaf held her first solo exhibition at Sam Bordelon Gallery in Chicago in 1948 and has since exhibited internationally. Swiss-American photographer and filmmaker Robert Frank. The book is above all a working document of Leaf’s thoughts.00 / $ 59. incomplete: for example she refines a motif as simple as a knot over days and weeks. spent in Mabou Coal Mines. inquisitive. Today Leaf spends the majority of her time in Mabou Coal Mines. Should make a sculpture – don’t want to! Should play the fiddle – don’t want to! Should take a walk – too cold. where she studied at the New Bauhaus Institute of Design.” Her sketches are exploratory.
Switzerland in 1924 and went to the United States in 1947. peasants squatting against a flaking wall in Peru. first published in 1958. 1972. New York. He is best known for his seminal book The Americans.THE ROBERT FRANK PROJECT B LACK Robert Frank Black White and Things Containing photographs taken between 1948 and 1952. as always. which gave rise to a distinct new art form in the photo-book. Printed for an exhibition at the National Gallery in Washington in 1994. his aim is a humble one shaped by sentiment: “somber people and black events / quiet people and peaceful places / and the things people have come in contact with / this. Frank made three identical copies designed by Werner Zryd. Louis. For Frank.90 ISBN 978-3-86521-808-7 46 47 . the book traces Frank’s travels to cities such as Paris. Washington 80 pages 7. His other important projects include the book The Lines of My Hand. and his experimental film Pull My Daisy. Valencia and St.00 / US$ 29. He divides his time between New York City and Nova Scotia. In the white section for instance. and a business man strolling past a snowdecked tree in London. and “things”. “white”. made in 1959. Black White and Things was in its original form a book hand-crafted by Robert Frank in 1952.7 cm 37 photographs Tritone Softcover € 22. I try to show in my photographs”. and the film Cocksucker Blues for the Rolling Stones. 1959. which are shaped more by mood than subject matter.8 x 8 in. Robert Frank was born in Zurich. WH ITE TH I NGS Robert Frank Black White and Things Book design by Werner Zryd and Robert Frank Co-published with the National Gallery of Art.00 / £ 18. Separated into three categories “black”. Frank has now redesigned the book. Canada. each with spiral binding and original photographs. / 20 x 20. he brings photographs of vastly different motifs under a single aesthetic umbrella – his first wife reclining with their new-born baby.
This Song for Jack depicts a reading held in the rain from Kerouac’s “On the Road” for a group of six listeners.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-043-6 48 49 .00 / US$ 140. a number of people gathered in Boulder. Frank demonstrates that art is a matter for a small circle.00 / £ 70. From: Hunter Robert Frank The Complete Film Works Volume 5: This Song for Jack – 30 minutes – 1983 Ginsberg and Corso Reading – 8 minutes Hunter – 37 minutes – 1989 Three DVDs in a film-roll box housed in a slipcase € 95. Ginsberg/Corso Reading – 8 minutes Hunter – 37 minutes – 1989 An American visits Germany’s Ruhrgebiet. A travelogue? Maybe. a form of mourning. This Song for Jack – 30 minutes – 1983 In 1982. This meeting honoured the memory of Jack Kerouac. he meets some locals. But he keeps trying to understand how someone can live in this area and cope with it. and it is always. His attempts to establish contact with the people there are unsuccessful. His name is Hunter. An ethnological project? Possibly. An essay? That too. in the country’s industrialized midwest. Somewhere between the Rhine and Ruhr rivers. a house in the country. some of them classics of the New American Cinema of the 1950s and 60s. Colorado for a conference held at the Naropa Institute.THE ROBERT FRANK PROJECT Robert Frank The Complete Film Works – Volume 5 Robert Frank The Complete Film Works fills a long overdue gap by presenting every one of Frank’s more than 25 films and videos. regardless of the specific situation. and he’s touring the area around Duisburg.
thereby providing a visual basis for New Order’s song “Run”. Although Frank did produce a threeminute thirty-second film as called for in his contract. Julius (Kevin J. He pretends to be acquainted with the man and sets off to search for him.00 / £ 70. The type of film he made was what the industry has the least possible use for. At a first look it seems to be a spatial event capturing the somewhat uncanny cosiness and intimacy of New York street life. Robert Frank The Complete Film Works Volume 6: C’est vrai (One Hour) – 60 minutes – 1990 Candy Mountain – 91 minutes – 1987 Run/New Order – 3 1/2 minutes – 1989 Three DVDs in a film-roll box housed in a slipcase € 95. But a closer look reveals how Frank recapitulates a tradition of North American experimental cinema harping on the perpetual motion of the protagonist and/or the camera. While making a music video for the famous British band New Order in 1989 he simply refused to follow the usual guidelines. How much this is a tossed-off home movie about Frank’s neighbourhood and how much it’s a contrived board game spread out over several city blocks remains an unanswered question.00 / US$ 140. Robert Frank ignores them. An anti-clip. Run / New Order – 3 1/2 minutes – 1989 Whenever there are aesthetic rules in force. he created images which contrasted starkly with the industry’s assumptions and presumptions.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-044-3 50 From: Candy Mountain 51 . Candy Mountain – 91 minutes – 1987 This film is about travelling. some of them classics of the New American Cinema of the 1950s and 60s. both in a physical and mythical sense. O’Connor) hears about legendary guitar maker Elmore Silk. who disappeared some time before.THE ROBERT FRANK PROJECT Robert Frank The Complete Film Works – Volume 6 Robert Frank The Complete Film Works fills a long overdue gap by presenting every one of Frank’s more than 25 films and videos. C’est vrai (One Hour) – 60 minutes – 1990 This film is a single-take of Robert Frank and actor Kevin O’Connor either walking or riding in the back of a mini-van through a few blocks of Manhattan’s Lower East Side. and about music.
Now I speak to the people in my viewfinder. cutting across genres. and since 1992 its managing director. fiction. Brigitta Burger-Utzer / Stefan Grissemann (ed. Amy Taubin. and his experimental film Pull My Daisy (1959) both reproduced by Steidl within The Robert Frank Project. Although he has made 27 films. discussing the history and the aesthetics of Frank’s film work. Together the texts and images offer an innovative and in-depth approach to the oeuvre of one of the greatest and most restless artists of the 20th century. / 17 x 24 cm Softcover € 32. Philip Brookman. Enough of lying in wait. I make films. Bert Rebhandl. Switzerland in 1924 and went to the United States in 1947. Robert Frank was born in Zurich. Frank approaches each film project as a new experience. He is best known for his seminal book The Americans (1958). pursuing. challenging the medium and its possibilities at every turn. Stefan Grissemann is the head of the cultural section of the weekly magazine “profil”.00 / £ 27.4 in. sometimes catching the essence of the black and the white. He has amalgamated documentary.) Frank Films – The Film and Video Work of Robert Frank Edited and introduction by Brigitta Burger-Utzer and Stefan Grissemann Texts by Stefan Grissemann. In 2004 she founded the DVD-label INDEX together with Medienwerkstatt Wien. Kent Jones. Michael Barchet and Pia Neumann Book design by Karl Ulbl 272 pages with illustrations throughout 6. Thomas Mießgang.” (Robert Frank) Robert Frank turned to filmmaking at the end of the 1950s. the work is largely a well kept secret.THE ROBERT FRANK PROJECT Brigitta Burger-Utzer / Stefan Grissemann (ed.00 / US$ 45. the knowledge where God is. and autobiography.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-815-5 52 53 . which gave rise to a distinct new art form in the photo-book. He has curated several cinema retrospectives in Europe and published books on modern Austrian film. Brigitta Burger-Utzer is a founding member of sixpackfilm distribution.7 x 9. This book offers a visually unique approach to Frank’s films: only new stills taken from videotapes have been used and they add up to a visual essay on Frank’s cinema that establishes an engaging dialogue with his photographic work. Each film is introduced with detailed analysis. An interview with Allen Ginsberg provides an insider view.) Frank Films – The Film and Video Work of Robert Frank “I put my Leica in a cupboard.
As photographs they go beyond the general symbols of still life. / 24 x 30 cm 32 photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 38. Things are abandoned. He lectured in photography from 1974–1994 at the FWG Berlin. In their irredeemable alienation they inevitably become a devotional mental image of human existence. After graduating from high school he established a photo laboratory apprenticeship and worked as a photolab technician. they are time doubly frozen.Manfred Paul Still-Life Photographs 1983–1985 This series of still life photographs by Manfred Paul were produced while the GDR still existed.8 in. leaves and branches at the bottom of the lake have been frozen into a still-life photograph. The nature morte series was produced. before studying photography and camerawork in Leipzig and Potsdam-Babelsberg. as if petrified in clear ice before the first snowfall.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-804-9 54 55 . and was subsequently appointed Professor of Photography and Audiovisual Media at the FHTW Berlin (1995–2007).00 / £ 32. their black-and-white sharpness emits an almost painful appeal against the transience and replaceability of the blooms. as where the fish.00 / US$ 54. Manfred Paul Still-Life Photographs 1983–1985 Text by Eugen Blume Book design by Cyan 64 pages 9.5 x 11. Manfred Paul was born in 1942 in Schraplau (former German Democratic Republic). He lives in Berlin. From 1983–1985 he made his first works using an 18 x 24 cm plate camera. with apparent carelessness – a bunch of tulips in a glass vase wilts in infinite beauty.
Joel Sternfeld was born in New York City in 1944. The Friends of the High Line. that wanted to save it and turn it into a park. including two Guggenheim fellowships. Like the photographs made by William Henry Jackson in 1870’s of Yellowstone that led the Congress to establish a national park. the pictures proved pivotal in the making of the High Line Park. Long out of print.00 / $ 30.5 in. a Prix de Rome and the Citibank Photography Award. Joel Sternfeld Walking the High Line New edition with essays by Adam Gopnik and John Stilgoe Book design by Joel Sternfeld and Gerhard Steidl 72 pages 10. Sternfeld is the author of eleven books including.5 cm Four colour process Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 28.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-982-4 56 57 . Oxbow Archive and iDubai published by Steidl. For the previous two years Sternfeld had been photographing an abandoned elevated railroad that ran down Manhattan’s West side.2 x 8. Sweet Earth. He is the recipient of numerous awards. Powerful real estate and political interests seeking to tear it down and commercially develop the land beneath it were using the chaos of the period to rush forward their plans. It was a small volume but it played a crucial role in allowing New Yorkers to see for the first time the beauty of a secret railroad in all the seasons. Steidl agreed – six weeks later there were finished books in New York.00 / £ 25. When it Changed. A major figure in the world of photography. here is the original Walking the High Line and a new time line history of the railroad and its transformation. / 26 x 21. He was working with a group. Joel Sternfeld came to Gerhard Steidl with the hope of quickly making a book.Joel Sternfeld Walking the High Line (New edition) In the dark days following the September 11th attacks in New York in 2001.
00 / US$ 45. After the Flood and Parcours Muséologique Revisité are published by Steidl.. Up Till Now This book for the first time assembles images from Polidori’s major photographic series Beirut. Brasilia. Robert Polidori was born in Montréal in 1951 and lives in New York City. Up Till Now Essay by Paulette Gagnon Book design by Katharina Staal 192 pages 9. Los Angeles and Minneapolis. giving an overall impression of his oeuvre. His bestselling books Havana.8 x 11. and delve deep into subjects of profound historical significance. Robert Polidori Some Points in Between.. Each of the series constitutes an experimental entity whose goal is to reveal something that no longer exists. Zones of Exclusion – Pripyat and Chernobyl. Juxtaposing human suffering..8 in. these many-layered images provoke highly emotional reactions. Polidori has received numerous honors. In his soundings of reality.Robert Polidori Some Points in Between. A staff photographer of The New Yorker.00 / £ 27. His work has been shown in Paris. the relation between present and past.. Versailles. the artist creates a theatre of absence. among other places. including a World Press Award for his coverage of the building of the Getty Museum and two Alfred Eisenstaedt Awards for his work in Havana and Brasilia. / 25 x 30 cm Four colour process Softcover € 30. They reflect a particular world of memory. Havanna. of commemoration. destruction and the magnificence born of man’s imagination. New Orleans and Pripyat and Chernobyl. New York.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-994-7 58 59 .
/ 26 x 25 cm 98 photographs Four colour process Hardcover € 42. on the other hand – a second house that Mathsson designed and lived in – Olsson acted like a Peeping Tom.2 x 9. Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg. turning the very notion of the human gaze inside out. In Södrakull Frösakull Mikael Olsson has created a phenomenological interplay between presence and absence. This unethical method of trespassing a private space reveals something even more unethical.00 / £ 36.8 in. namely the fact that nobody. studied at The School of Photography at Gothenburg University and at the Department of Architecture. while Södrakull was refurbished and turned into a glossy and artificial space.95 ISBN 978-3-86930-059-7 60 61 . born in Sweden. inner meaning and outer representation. furniture and other possessions included. through two of his architectural works. one of Swedish modernism’s leading designers.Södrakull Mikael Olsson Södrakull Frösakull This book explores the heritage of Bruno Mathsson. Mikael Olsson. In Södrakull. not even the Bruno Mathsson firm.00 / US$ 59. Frösakull was later sold. In Frösakull – a house that Mathsson both designed and lived in – Mikael Olsson invaded. He has exhibited widely in Sweden and abroad. took care of his property after his death. Frösakull Mikael Olsson Södrakull Frösakull Text by Beatriz Colomina. Helena Mattsson and Sinziana Ravini Book design by Acne Art Department and Mikael Olsson 144 pages 10. colonised and interacted with the remains of the house. sneaking around the exterior of the house with his camera. fixtures. 1969.
00 ISBN 978-3-86521-999-2 Anish Kapoor: Impression of installed sea-mirror 62 63 . Guggenheim New York. Anish Kapoor in Architecture. / 18 x 24. rising quickly to prominence in the 1980s. Kapoor examines notions of place and non-place. 26 September – 11 December 2009. London 2002 and Cloud Gate. Kapoor was awarded the Premio Duemila Prize. Today. 2010. Anish Kapoor: Memory.00 / US$ 85. Anish Kapoor was born in Bombay in 1954. Exhibition: Royal Academy. as in his Sculpture. as well as unrealised works and works in progress. Tour of Place No-Place. Kapoor is widely regarded as one of the foremost sculptors of his generation. drawings and architectural renderings. this is a rare insight into the inner workings of a collaborative process. such as the eagerly awaited subway stations for the city of Naples. May 2010.00 / £ 50. He has lived and worked in London since the early 1970s.3 cm 500 photographs Four colour process Hardcover € 58. October 21. of space and nonspace whilst attempting to find new space.1 x 9. In his Architectural work.Anish Kapoor Architectural Projects Examining Kapoor’s architectural and engineering projects Anish Kapoor in Architecture is the first publication dedicated to this body of the artist’s work. This publication spans over twenty years of the artist’s architectural career and features internationally acclaimed works such as Marsyas at Tate Modern. Representing Britain at the Venice Biennale in 1990. Israel Museum commission of ‘Hourglass’ sculpture. Chicago 2004. 2009 ongoing. In 1991 Kapoor was awarded the Turner Prize. Anish Kapoor Architectural Projects Book design by Nick Hughes 300 pages 7. British Council. 2009 – March 10.6 in. A comprehensive survey of over forty projects illustrated with initial sketches.
they followed people through their day: a rapper. a rabbi. until the next morning. 24h Berlin is a metropolitan symphony.24h Berlin 24 hours. Every one tried to touch on what it means to be in Berlin.00 / £ 27.9 x 9. Over one day photographers roamed Berlin.00 / US$ 45. Life in one of Europe’s most vibrant cities has never been so broadly pictured before. and a jailbird. composed of hundreds of pictures shot by 36 different photographers. what it feels like.5 cm Four colour process Softcover € 24. Each photographer had an individual way of looking at the people and their environment. from 6. Berlin Book design by Sarah Winter 544 pages illustrated throughout 6. a junk dealer.00 a.7 in. 24h Berlin Edited by Agentur Ostkreuz.5 x 24. / 17.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-998-5 65 . from the Holocaust Memorial to a high society soiree.m. From the Bundestag to a diner in a tough area.
In cooperation with Akademie der Künste. are symbolic examples of the growing pressure exerted on Europe by this gigantic emigration. Now. Kalliopi Lemos is a Greek artist who lives and works in London. Istanbul 2008.Kalliopi Lemos Crossings A sculptural trilogy about Europe’s fragile borders Crossing. with their reception camps and human disasters on the high seas.00 / £ 29.00 / US$ 49. “Round Voyage” installation at Santral Istanbul. The sculptures are an artistic memorial to a repressed history of modern Europe. Eleusis 2006/7. sealing itself off against hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers from Africa. the Near and Middle East. however. Round Voyage and At Crossroads are the names of the three monumental sculptures in public spaces which Kalliopi Lemos created between summer 2006 and autumn 2009 in Athens. Brindisi or the Canary Islands. Istanbul and Berlin from the boats of illegal immigrants. Berlin. What the western public is less aware of. 2007/08.3 x 11. Since 1998 Lemos has become systematically involved with sculpture.7 in. and “Crossing” installation. Europe has become a fortress. Recent solo exhibitions include Drawings Exhibition at BM SUMA Contemporary Art Centre. with her sculptural project of refugees’ boats found on the beaches of Chios.95 ISBN 978-3-86930-052-8 66 67 . Ceuta and Lampedusa. / 21 x 29. sculptor Kalliopi Lemos has brought this problem into the public arena. which after the Cold War shifted its borders southwards and further eastwards. Kalliopi Lemos Crossings A sculptural trilogy about Europe’s fragile borders Edited by Johannes Odenthal and Elina Kountouri Bilingual German/English 200 pages 8. Istanbul. is that hundreds of refugees looking for asylum arrive every day on the beaches of the countless Greek islands close to the Turkish border. She studied painting and printing at the Central Saint Martin’s School of Art in London.7 cm 120 photographs Four colour process Softcover € 33.
4 x 14. Bolofo lives in the Vendée. Marie Claire and GQ. I spy with My Little Eye. a spirit that the car industry lost some time ago. Something beginning with S.00 / US$ 80. / 29 x 37 cm 84 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover € 56. are keeping an era of car racing alive. Grande Complication and the upcoming La Maison. produced the most powerful racing cars of the time.6 in. founded by Ettore Bugatti and based in Molsheim. Vanity Fair. With their passion the people working at Dutton Ltd. He has created advertising campaigns for companies including Hermès.Koto Bolofo Vroom! Vroom! “Three generations – one vision” – with this slogan the company Dutton Ltd. Burberry.00 / £ 48.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-961-9 68 69 . Today Ivan Dutton still wants to serve this legend: His twelve employees are able to reproduce every original piece and to build whole cars using the old techniques. presents their work on historical Bugatti racing cars. He gathered impressions of the work in the spirit of the traditional industrial art. The photographs of this over-sized book tell the story of the mechanics restoring the Bugatti vintage cars. Alsace. France and his books with Steidl include Venus Williams. Koto Bolofo was born in South Africa in 1959 and raised in Great Britain. Levi’s and Dom Pérignon amongst others. From 1909 to 1963 Bugatti. Koto Bolofo Vroom! Vroom! Book design by Koto Bolofo and Gerhard Steidl 96 pages 11. Koto Bolofo visited the Bugatti garage in Buckinghamshire near London and he was fascinated. Bolofo has produced short films and photographed for such prestigious magazines as Vogue.
00 / £ 39. Germany in 1964. this story explores themes of suppressed youth and teenage longing. Slipcase Book Juergen Teller Zimmermann Book design by Juergen Teller and Peter Miles 56 pages 9. Teller captures Zimmermann in a state of complete abandon. pictured lifelessly in the woods. Juergen Teller’s new photographic series. / 23.00 / US$ 65.3 x 11. has been published in influential international publications and has been the subject of solo exhibitions including the Photographer’s Gallery in London.5 x 29 cm Four colour process Clothbound hardcover. Teller has produced numerous monographs with Steidl. housed in a slipcase € 45. documents the supermodel Raquel Zimmermann engaging in family events and interacting with Teller’s native environment in Bubenreuth. In 2003 Teller was awarded the Citibank Prize and in 2007 represented the Ukraine in the 52nd Venice Biennale. a sacrificial offering forming part of a Bavarian feast. A narrative akin to the gothic and dramatic style of a Grimm’s Fairy Tale.4 in. born in Erlangen. the Kunstalle Wien and Fondation Cartier in Paris. Southern Germany. Staying true to his snapshot aesthetic but managing to portray what he calls a ‘surreal fairytale’.Juergen Teller Zimmermann Reminiscent of his earlier publication Märchenstüberl. The work of Juergen Teller. Zimmermann.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-996-1 70 71 . or lying semi-nude on the family table.
Juergen Teller Deste Fashion Collection
Juergen Teller’s reputation for not separating his commercial fashion pictures, from his more autobiographical artwork, is perhaps one of the reasons that contemporary art collector, Dakis Joannou – himself determined to find an interesting way to fold fashion into his extensive contemporary art collection – elected Teller as guest curator for his 2008 ‘Fashion Capsule’. This is a collection of works, aiming to interpret the five movements that Teller considered important in fashion, in 2008. Starting with the unique, self-curated, anarchic collaborations of individuals such as Bjork and Bernhard Willhelm, to the marriage of fashion with art as a commercial commodity; the use of celebrities in further promotion of fashion; the dilution of ready to wear and couture for the high street market and ending with the missing heroes of fashion. This catalogue of work is specific to Juergen Teller’s collaboration as one of the five guest curators chosen by Dakis Joannou, which started in 2007 with M&M and has continued in 2009 with Helmut Lang. The work of Juergen Teller, born in Erlangen, Germany in 1964, has been published in influential international publications and has been the subject of solo exhibitions including the Photographer’s Gallery in London, the Kunstalle Wien and Fondation Cartier in Paris. In 2003 Teller was awarded the Citibank Prize and in 2007 represented the Ukraine in the 52nd Venice Biennale. Teller has produced numerous monographs with Steidl.
Juergen Teller Deste Fashion Collection Book design by Juergen Teller and Peter Miles 24 pages 9.5 x 12.6 in. / 24 x 32 cm Four colour process Stapled brochure € 18.00 / £ 15.00 / US$ 25.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-039-9
Jeanloup Sieff Les Indiscrètes
Unpublished Photographs by Jeanloup Sieff
Jeanloup Sieff was the complete photographer. He was gifted in every arena of the medium: fashion and advertising, nude, reportage, portraits and landscape. Sieff claimed to be “superficial and droll,” without ever being very convincing, and left a rich collection of works created from the 1950s until the turn of the 21st century before his demise. He was a prodigiously productive artist and was often overtaken by the speed of the medium and his own success, normally short of the necessary time to delve into his archive. Hence many of the works published in this book have never been seen or previously published. With his characteristic sense of humour and light-hearted approach he wrote: “my pictures are little black and white pebbles that I dropped on my way to adulthood, meant for leading me back to my adolescence.” Jeanloup Sieff was born in 1933 in Paris. His parents were of Polish origin. He died on September 20, 2000 from cancer. As a fashion photographer, he worked for magazines such as Nova, Elle, Vogue, Twen, Jardin des Modes, Harper’s Bazaar, Esquire, Glamour etc. As for advertising photography, one owes him credit for the picture of a naked Yves Saint Laurent publicising his eau de toilette and for the memorable campaigns for Rosy lingerie, or Carel shoes. He is the author of several books from J’aime la danse (1962) to Faites comme si je n’étais pas là (2000).
Jeanloup Sieff Les Indiscrètes Unpublished Photographs by Jeanloup Sieff Edited by Patrick Remy, Barbara Rix and Valérie Servant Introduction by Christian Caujolle Book design by Sarah Winter 200 pages 9.4 x 11.8 in. / 23.8 cm x 30 cm 160 photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 50.00 / £ 34.00 / $ 69.95 ISBN: 978-3-86521-460-7
Duane Michals (b. 1932, McKeesport, Pa.) first made significant, creative strides in the field of photography during the 1960s. In an era heavily influenced by photojournalism and its aesthetic, Michals manipulated the medium to communicate narratives using a distinctive pictorial technique. The sequences, for which he is widely known, appropriate cinema’s frame-by-frame format. Comprising single prints, each sequence depicts the unfolding of an event or reveals various perspectives on a specific subject. Michals has also incorporated text as a key component in his single and multipart works. Rather than serving a didactic or explanatory function, his handwritten text adds another dimension to the images’ meaning and gives voice to Michals’s singular musings. Balancing fragility and strength, gravity and humor, Michals’s work represents universal themes such as love, desire, memory, death, and immortality.
Photo: Gerhard Steidl
Duane Michals Photographs from the Floating World
Artists such as Degas, Whistler, and Toulous-Lautrec reinterpreted the Ukiyo-e aesthetic, the popular genre of woodblock prints produced during the Japnaese Edo period’s “floating world” of sophisticated, urban culture (c. 1620–1867). More than a century later, Duane Michals presents a modern and personal approach to this artistic tradition. Inspired by the work of Bonnard, Vasarely, Vermeer, and Vuillard, Michals’s colour photographs fuse Eastern and Western influences to present scenarios that blur the boundaries between fantasy and reality, and explore the enigmatic, floating nature of contemporary life. Although he has previously used colour film for commercial projects, “Photographs from the Floating World” marks the first occasion that Michals has used colour in his personal work. Images from this series describe discrete moments with the powerful brevity of Japanese haiku: a flower blossoms, a woman waits for someone, a man builds a card house, a cat sees the ghost of his dead master. Duane Michals, born in 1932 made significant, creative strides in the field of photography. In the 1960s, an era heavily influenced by photojournalism and its aesthetic, Michals manipulated the medium to communicate narratives using a distinctive pictorial technique. In 1970 the Museum of Modern Art, New York, hosted Michals’s first solo exhibition. Since then his work has been widely exhibited and it has received numerous awards. Duane Michals lives and works in New York City.
Duane Michals Photographs from the Floating World Book design by Duane Michals and Katharina Staal 64 pages 9.5 x 6.3 in. / 24 x 16 cm Four colour process Softcover € 18.00 / £ 16.00 / US$ 27.50 ISBN 978-3-86521-986-2
/ 15.1 in. an era heavily influenced by photojournalism and its aesthetic. Margritte and his wife. New York. I can still feel the knot of excitement that gripped me as I turned the corner into Rue Mimosas.Duane Michals A Visit with Magritte “If I indulge myself and surrender to memory.5 x 20. Since then his work has been widely exhibited and it has received numerous awards.1 x 8. creative strides in the field of photography. The still lifes taken in Margritte’s house and the portraits of the inhabitants. hosted Michals’s first solo exhibition. Michals manipulated the medium to communicate narratives using a distinctive pictorial technique. They reflect the high respect the man behind the camera felt for the subjects of his pictures. It was August. In 1970 the Museum of Modern Art. Michals invites the viewer to follow him on the exciting journey to the private sphere of an artist who at the time inspired and intimidated him. are distant and intimate. I was thirty-three years old and about to meet the man whose profound and witty surrealist paintings had contradicted my assumptions about photography. Duane Michals. Gerhard Steidl and Katharina Staal 64 pages 6. humorous and calm at the same time.50 ISBN 978-3-86521-987-9 80 81 .00 / £ 16. In the 1960s. looking for the house of Rene Magritte. Duane Michals A Visit with Magritte Book design by Duane Michals. 1965. born in 1932 made significant.00 / US$ 27.5 cm Four colour process Softcover € 18. Duane Michals lives and works in New York City.” This book records Michals’ visit with the great Belgian painter of inverse worlds and bizarre hybrid forms. private and representative.
born in 1932 made significant. / 16 x 24 cm Four colour process Softcover € 22. or Cindy Sherman. Sherrie Levine. creative strides in the field of photography. while taking aim at the pretensions that are often perceived as deliberately obscuring contemporary art. Andres Serrano. Michals provides us with a grand parody that exemplifies his mastery of the visual world and the written word. Since then his work has been widely exhibited and it has received numerous awards. art criticism and the state of today’s art market. In the 1960s.00 / US$ 29. hosted Michals’s first solo exhibition. In 1970 the Museum of Modern Art. Whether parodying Wolfgang Tillmans or Thomas Ruff. keen intelligence and great pictorial skill to create pictures that are both humorous and penetrating. an era heavily influenced by photojournalism and its aesthetic. Michals manipulated the medium to communicate narratives using a distinctive pictorial technique. Michals uses his ferocious wit.Duane Michals Foto Follies.50 / £ 15. How Photography Lost its Virginity on the Way to the Bank “The announced demise of the decisive moment is premature.3 x 9. Duane Michals lives and works in New York City. Duane Michals.5 in. New York.95 ISBN 978-3-86521-275-7 82 83 .” Duane Michals Duane Michals’s Foto Follies takes a satirical and humorous look at contemporary photography. Duane Michals Foto Follies How Photography Lost its Virginity on the Way to the Bank Book design by Duane Michals and Claas Möller 96 pages 6.
” Jenny Holzer’s light projections have taken place across four continents. Her medium. fifteen countries. Through a discerning selection of full page images printed in black and white. I have given what I know.Jenny Holzer “I show what I can with words in light and motion in a chosen place. engage the natural landscape as quiet and affecting settings for reflection. and when I envelop the time needed. the noise. For thirty years. working relationship with the photographer Attilio Maranzo.4 in.00 / US$ 145. and the Dune du Pyla. this book tours projections over twelve years. While the artworks themselves are transient. and up to her recent light projections. Holzer’s light events have worked in significant architectural spaces. and the public dimension is integral to the delivery of her work. Starting in the 1970s with the New York City posters. Pei’s Pyramide du Louvre in Paris. the people looking at one another and everything before them. the mountains and ski jump in Lillehammer. and more than thirty cities.00 / £ 89.M. each image suspends the tension of the passing moment and locates the beauty of experience within the frame. whether formulated as a T-shirt or as an LED sign. Her projections onto waves and mountains in Rio de Janeiro. Holzer received the Leone d’Oro at the Venice Biennale in 1990 and the Public Art Network Award in 2004. many the result of Holzer’s longstanding. her practice has rivaled ignorance and violence with humor and moral courage. Jenny Holzer has presented her work in public places and international exhibitions.3 x 34 cm 81 photo plates Quadrotone Clothbound hardcover € 98. the Seine and Arno rivers. and exchange. smells. laughter.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-937-4 84 85 . / 48. She lives and works in New York. From Mies van der Rohe’s Neue Nationalgalerie and Daniel Libeskind’s Jüdisches Museum in Berlin to I. the space around. is writing. Jenny Holzer Book design by Collin LaFleche 136 pages 19 x 13.
landscape.6 in. fashion designer.00 / US$ 50. Karl Lagerfeld. Karl Lagerfeld The Beauty of Violence Book design by Karl Lagerfeld and Gerhard Steidl 68 pages 11. Giabiconi is a theatrical chameleon: he hides coyly behind a lock of black hair.4 x 14. Neuss. bunches his limbs vulnerably. / 29 x 37 cm Tritone Giant softcover in a stapled slipcase € 34. the cultural prize from the German Photographic Society. A Portrait of Dorian Gray. adopts a Classical contrapposto pose. or the human form. began working as a photographer in 1987. 2003–8’ at Pace/MacGill. Palazzo. or withdraws from it into a state of wilful self-absorption.00 / £ 30. New York.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-046-7 89 . His recent photographic exhibitions include ‘Konkret Abstrakt Gesehen’ at the Langen Foundation. He has received the Lucky Strike Design Award from the Raymond Lewy Foundation. He alternatively confronts the camera’s presence with a provocative sultry stare. and ‘Metamorphoses of an American – A Cycle of Youth. including Casa Malaparte. The Beauty of Violence is both the exploration of an intense persona and the latest chapter in Lagerfeld’s ongoing photographic exploration of architectural forms made material by light – whether his subject be man-made structures. indeterminate beauty. By teasing out the facets of Giabiconi’s athletic youth. Aktstrakt. Steidl has published most of Lagerfeld’s photography books.Karl Lagerfeld The Beauty of Violence The Beauty of Violence is Karl Lagerfeld’s portrait of Baptiste Giabiconi acting out an erotic seizure of myriad facial and corporeal expressions. book dealer and publisher. Room Service. Chanel’s Russian Connection and others. Metamorphoses of an American. and attempts to stuff his fist into his mouth. and the ICP Trustees Award at the International Center of Photography’s Infinity Awards in 2007. Lagerfeld removes the threat of violence and suggests its seductive.
They can answer some central questions and push the vehicle of our world-view. Kant formulated it in the following way: In a judgement of taste (about the beautiful) the satisfaction in the object (here books) is imputed to everyone… . Books help us to go further. We should have two lives: one in the world of books and one where we really live. The meaning and appearance.Edition 7L Concentration and Isolation Concentration and isolation is what we need in an agitated world like ours and only books can help us to achieve that. the inner and outer meaning are based on this. The essence of aesthetic apprehension is the relation between feelings and images only books (illustrated books) can provide. Discovering new books can be like discovering new worlds. It’s a kind of danger. It can give an expansion of one’s real existence. The first one can become the most pleasant one. The appreciation of books should be relaxed and tranquil.
Paul Jasmin California Dreaming “It is when I see their faces. he tries to capture the dreams his subject harbour. He lives and works in Los Angeles where he teaches at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. that I long to photograph them. Teen Vogue. Montana in 1935.00 / US$ 65. Paul Jasmin California Dreaming Book design by Dimitri Levas 160 pages 8 x 10.” Paul Jasmin found some of the models through students at the college he teaches at in Pasadena and others are the children of friends of him who he has watched grow into adults. That is my fantasy life.7 cm 110 photographs Four colour process Hardcover € 45. The photographs translate both Jasmin’s emotional attachment to California. Paul Jasmin was born in Helena. / 20.00 / £ 39. and the inspiration he gets from spending his time with young people. He is a regular contributor to L'Uomo.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-030-6 92 93 . and Interview. Most of the photographs were shot in and around his apartment on Wilshire Blvd. His previous book Hollywood Cowboy was published in 2002.5 in. California. Jane.3 x 26. in a building that William Randolph Hearst bought as a love-nest for Marion Davies. W. Vogue. and the population of dreamers. They keep me dreaming. Vogue Homme. With his pictures. the pure light. with its perfect weather. Los Angeles.
Yayoi Kusama. or Damien Hirst’s bloody skulls and severed heads shot by David Bailey (deemed so shocking the pages were sealed with glue). Ernesto Caivano.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-860-5 94 95 . AnOther Magazine thereby subverted the expectations of readers accustomed to finding a bank of advertising at the front of magazines. bringing together some of the most iconic names in modern art including Jake & Dinos Chapman.8 in.Another Art Book The final in a series of three collectable books rediscovering the archives of AnOther Magazine. Another Art Book follows Another Portrait Book and Another Fashion Book. In 2007 Dress Art paired fifteen artists including Jeff Koons. Annie Morris and John Isaacs with fifteen designers from Stella McCartney to Dolce & Gabbana. Another Art Book looks back on the ambitious artistic projects commissioned exclusively for the magazine’s pages since 2001. The results brought together the fields of fashion and art as never before – worlds which have since become inextricably linked. readers were immediately confronted with ten pages filled with nothing but art – be it Jake and Dinos Chapman’s twisted vision of the Holy Land Experience. Another Art Book Edited by Jefferson Hack Book design by David James 320 pages 9 x 11.00 / US$ 80. Hans Peter Feldmann. / 23. a hypnotic sea of dots penned by Yoyoi Kusama. Keith Tyson. The series is edited by Jefferson Hack and designed by David James Associates.00 / £ 48. Over the years the format has evolved. Urs Fischer and Damien Hirst. Yoshitomo Nara. and challenged them to create fifteen unique dresses. one of the world’s most influential fashion magazines.2 cm Four colour and black and white process Clothbound hardcover € 56. Opening an early copy of AnOther Magazine.2 x 30. but AnOther Magazine’s unique connection with the art word continues.
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S teid l & Par tn ers Pace/McGill Gallery New York Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson Paris Richard Gray Gallery Chicago Galerie Stephan Witschi Zürich City Gallery The Hugh Lane Dublin Corcoran Gallery of Art Washington Museum Ludwig Cologne Photo: Koto Bolofo .
/ 24. Each of Nixon’s photographs belongs to the realm of private experience.5 x 30 cm Tritone Hardcover € 35. Boston cityscapes. New York Look Last Nicholas Nixon Live Love Look Last Book design by Katy Holmes 148 pages 9. and critically ill patients – originated as a project in its own right. couples. however. Massachusetts and has been a professor at the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston.8 in. For Nixon. 8 x 10 inch view camera to record his subjects with meticulous detail. Co-published with Pace/McGill Gallery. Nicholas Nixon has explored portraiture and documentary photography using a large format.7 x 11. Each of the subjects presented – Nixon’s family. Nixon realized the four independent series collectively articulated his ten-year photographic journey to honor and give form to the people and places that powerfully move him.00 / £ 30. it is the supple nature of the medium of photography itself that enables such cohesion: “What you thought would be rigid and cold. his images are visual renderings of life’s most intimate moments.” Since the 1970s. Sincere and honest in his approach. Nixon lives in Brookline. In retrospect.95 ISBN 978-3-86930-026-9 102 103 . He is the recipient of numerous awards and his work can be found in museum collections worldwide. is as pliable as a violin bow. Capturing emotional and physical closeness in both form and process.00 / US$ 49. Live Love Look Last is Nixon’s means of gracefully and seamlessly shaping his last decade of work.Live Love Nicholas Nixon Live Love Look Last Live Love Look Last brings together photographs from the past decade of Nicholas Nixon’s artistic career. Nixon explores the relationships between individuals and their environment and how these bonds are affected by life-changing events such as birth and death.
7 x 9. presents these treasures alongside a new version of Jean-François Chevrier's essay. From Craft to Art.Robert Doisneau From Craft to Art Robert Doisneau (1912–1994) is one of the most important representatives of humanistic photography.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-025-2 104 105 . Paris Exhibition: Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson. As a result he has been championed as a poet of the "pure" moment.00 / US$ 50. Co-published with Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson. 2010 Robert Doisneau From Craft to Art Text by Jean-François Chevrier and Agnès Sire Book design by Gerhard Steidl and Sarah Winter 160 pages 6. irony and even a degree of hard-heartedness. Doisneau's oeuvre is however much deeper and complex than that reputation suggests. one discovers Doisneau's pleasure in creating a language to capture the treasures of everyday life. The Fondation Cartier-Bresson has organized an exhibition of around 100 original prints from Doisneau's estate. Contemplating his work as a whole.00 / £ 30. with a charming eye and a unique sense of the unexpected visual anecdote. Paris. For many years he has been looked upon as the minstrel of picturesque Paris. The sensitivity and naturalism of his approach slowly reveal themselves: his images of the modest architecture of the Parisian suburbs for example display gravity. which explores Doisneau's rare ability to capture "the shining melancholy that separates an individual from the crowd". January 13 – April 18.5 in. / 17 x 24 cm Tritone Hardcover € 35. first published in 1983. the catalogue for the upcoming exhibition.
I am committed to setting the record straight.95 ISBN 978-3-86930-038-2 106 107 . Finally. August Jim Dine was born in Cincinnati. Over time. Eyes that see thru the mirror and can read my mind through the marks my hand has made. I will. for instance.00 / £ 11. I was seventy-four in June and can make up for what isn’t perfectly clear from me to me. Ohio in 1935. Germany 2009. Don’t worry. These self-portrait drawings are about how many times. Co-published with Richard Gray Gallery.Jim Dine Old Me.3 in. now Book Design by Jim Dine and Jonas Wettre Photos by Gerhard Steidl 64 pages 5. / 14. Jim Dine. Göttingen. at least it seems to get the first inklings of the form correctly. Chicago Jim Dine Old Me. His art has been the subject of numerous individual and group shows and is in the permanent collections of museums around the world. lying is not an option nor is decoration. Age talks about how long a person has existed.8 x 21 cm Four colour process Softcover € 14. the left one has behaved as if it knows what to say. Now Staring in the evening with rubbed out charcoal eyes. speaking about all the experiences I’ve had and felt in as many particular qualities and features that register on my retina. I’ve regarded my face minutely and have corrected and erased to get the feeling I want to show most accurately.00 / US$ 19. to enlarge my head to become a field of form and chatter and for it to be compared to a vast forest or a limestone quarry. I now am able. after all this looking.8 x 8.
6 in. / 24 x 27 cm Tritone Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 45. Working up until his untimely death in 2003. After preliminary artistic studies in Luzern. Marty is never the distanced voyeur. as disenchanted yet dignified figures. Following an intensive period working for the advertising and industrial sectors. his own artistic work also began to take shape. These largely unpublished photographs depict various strata of society and range from travel impressions and conceptually structured picture series. he trained as a commercial photographer. while never ignoring the emotional tone of the moment. Urs Marty was born in Altdorf.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-041-2 108 109 .5 x 10. Marty was appointed as the inaugural lecturer in photography at Luzern’s School of Design in 1968. During this time. if not a confidant of his subjects.Urs Marty This book encompasses the extraordinary oeuvre of Urs Marty.00 / US$ 65. Marty has amassed a rich oeuvre of lingering fascination. Co-published with Galerie Stephan Witschi Urs Marty Text by Max Wechsler Book design by Peter Zimmermann 272 pages 9. Marty captures people and situations with the same cool precision as one might depict architecture or landscape. rather he is an accomplice. Switzerland in 1942. who he depicts in close-up without artifice.00 / £ 39. to his ubiquitous forays into red-light districts.
Barbara Dawson (ed.00 / US$ 34.95 ISBN 978-3-86930-027-6 110 111 . Jessica O’Donnell. Joanna Shepard and Logan Sisley. October 28. with texts by Rebecca Daniels. The exhibition draws on the vast archive of material archaeologically retrieved from Bacon’s studio and housed in Dublin. Martin Harrison.00 / £ 19. 2009 – March 6.7 x 9.Terrible Beauty Text by Martin Harrison Book design by Tony Waddingham 224 pages 6. Exhibition: Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. / 17 x 24 cm Softcover € 24. The accompanying catalogue will present new scholarship and insights.5 in. Dublin Barbara Dawson (editor) Francis Bacon . materials and processes through which this major artist achieved his paintings. Marcel Fincke.) Francis Bacon – A Terrible Beauty In celebration of the centenary of Bacon’s birth. Barbara Dawson. 2010 Co-published with City Gallery The Hugh Lane. Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane organised the first exhibition to concentrate on the methods.
Martin Harrison was the author of In Camera: Francis Bacon (Steidl. Francis Bacon (1909–1992). Joanna Russell and Brian Singer. With essays from Darren Ambrose. / 19. Martin Harrison (ed.5 cm Four colour process Hardcover € 49. Since the artist’s death his enigmatic paintings have inspired new thinking and methods of interpretation. He is editor of the forthcoming Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings of Francis Bacon. Lee.00 / US$ 58. Hugh M. Martin Harrison.) Francis Bacon – New Studies Centenary Essays Nine original and stimulating essays will celebrate the centenary of the birth of one of the greatest painters of the twentieth century. Rebecca Daniels.50 / £ 44. reflect an impressively wide and rich range of approaches. and these essays. and has contributed essays to several Bacon retrospective exhibition catalogues. David Alan Mellor. Brenda Marshall. Andrew R. Marcel Finke.) Francis Bacon – New Studies Centenary Essays Book design by Martin Harrison 272 pages 7. written by leading scholars from throughout the world.5 x 25.7 x 10 in. 2005).00 ISBN 978-3-86521-946-6 112 113 . Davies.Martin Harrison (ed.
February 26 – June 7. he learned photography. during a long convalescence in England. and Corey Keller Book design by Steidl 300 pages 11 x 8.) Helios: Eadweard Muybridge in a Time of Change Helios: Eadweard Muybridge in a Time of Change offers a unique opportunity to trace the life and complex art of the 19th century photographer. / 27. September 13. Returning to San Francisco in 1867.5 in. 2011 San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA).6 cm 200 photographs and illustrations Tritone Hardcover € 56. Eadweard J. first published in 1887. This book places his entire body of work – both artistic and technical – in the context of one of the most transformative periods of American and European history. and Rebecca Solnit that investigate a variety of new ways to understand and interpret Muybridge’s art and influences. Marta Braun. After a stagecoach accident. 2011 Tate Britain. D. where he was soon drawn to the dramatic Western landscape. Exhibition: April 10 – July 18. 2010 at the Corcoran in Washington. Marta Braun. Co-published with Corcoran Gallery of Art. he soon earned his reputation photographing both the landscape and urban development of the West. Washington Philip Brookman (ed.00 / US$ 80. Corey Keller. Rebecca Solnit.) Helios: Eadweard Muybridge in a Time of Change Text by Philip Brookman. London. this catalogue includes essays by Philip Brookman.9 x 21. Animal Locomotion.00 No UK and Irish rights ISBN 978-3-86521-926-8 114 115 . Published to accompany a retrospective exhibition organized bythe Corcoran Gallery of Art. 2010 – January 16.Philip Brookman (ed.C. Muybridge is best known for this inventive work and his massive atlas of stop-action motion studies. Muybridge (1830–1904) moved in his early twenties to the United States. Born in England.
2009 – January 31. At the same time. yet they also reflect the unstoppable slide into the abyss of Stalinist despotism.00 / £ 30.Bodo von Dewitz (ed. they also assigned a special role to photography in the erection of a new society. Cologne October 23. Whereas this innovative potential of photography had developed rather freely during the 1920s. Maks Al’pert. to give a voice to “the other Soviet Union”. it was later exploited for propaganda. The camera was confirmed as the ideal technical instrument for social reconfiguration and for the education of the population in an entirely altered way of life. all artistic work was absolutely subject to directives of the Party and the wishes of the dictator Stalin.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-053-5 116 117 . / 24 x 28 cm 234 photographs Four colour process Softcover € 35. 2010 Co-published with Museum Ludwig. Exhibition: Museum Ludwig. Cologne Bodo von Dewitz (ed. Boris Ignatovich. Museum Ludwig. The leaders of this movement developed all-encompassing programmes for the enlistment of photography to replace traditional perception with a new vision.00 / US$ 50.) Political Images – Soviet Photographs Daniela Mrázková Collection Many artists of the Russian avant-garde wholeheartedly embraced the Revolution as the triumph of a new socialist order. bought the collection from Daniela Mrázková in 2008 and is now presenting it within this catalogue. Cologne. Georgii Zel’ma. The pictures in this collection comprise a representative section of the era’s photography.5 x 11 in. Daniela Mrázková assembled her unique collection of 234 original photographs by Arkadii Shaikhet. After 1936.) Political Images – Soviet Photographs Daniela Mrázková Collection Book design by Cordula Lebeck 240 pages 9. Georgii Petrusov and Aleksandr Rodchenko during the Cold War.
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Welling transferred to the California Institute of the Arts. and Whitney Museum of American Art. among others. Los Angeles. 1998 American artist James Welling creates work which challenges the technical and conceptual bounds of photography. In 1978 he moved to New York and began taking abstract photos of aluminum foil. It is a trope for the seductions of the quickly glimpsed.00 / US$ 55. He has taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and at the University of California. / 19 x 26 cm 60 photographs Tritone Clothbound hardcover € 40. Then in 1992 he began the series Light Sources. about darkness. In his abstract photographs of the 1980s he usually employed simple materials. landscapes and interiors. draped fabric and pastry dough.” Carol Squiers. like crumpled aluminum foil. the half remembered. All these photographs indirectly refer to the process of perception and while many of the objects literally transmit light. Artforum. NY. After studying sculpture at Carnegie-Mellon University from 1969–1971. the partially understood. Metropolitan Museum of Art.5 x 10. an open-ended accumulation of diverse portraits. New York. Since 1995 Welling has lived in Los Angeles. and the wonder of that which attracts us for reasons unknown.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-859-9 120 121 . where he is area head of photography in the Department of Art at UCLA. and admire without piercing the fragile surface of their own fugitive grace. including those at Museum of Modern Art. and is currently represented in many public collections.James Welling Light Sources: 1992–2005 “Like much of Welling’s work Light Sources taps into memories and emotions in the viewer. His work has appeared in over sixty solo and group exhibitions. James Welling was born in 1951 and raised in Hartford.2 in. the series acknowledges that everything we see reflects light and is also a source of light. qualities that Welling wants to hold up. Connecticut. Welling is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship. examine. where he worked primarily in video. New York.00 / £ 36. strange places. James Welling Light Sources: 1992–2005 Book design by James Welling and Michael Mack 144 pages 7.
Martina Hoogland Ivanow interweaves family portraits and interiors of home with landscapes of some of the most remote and far flung locations at the very ends of the Earth.00 / £ 36. studied photography in Paris and New York.00 / US$ 55. Her photographs have been featured in Another Magazine. Applying a dark mesmerizing aesthetic which conveys in her images a heightened presence as real as it is poetic. Brandts Museet for fotokunst (Denmark). Each of these places has its own dark history and has been the focus of dispute and discontent. Blindspot and exhibited at Moderna Museet (Stockholm). / 29. Martina Hoogland Ivanow Far Too Close Book design by Nick Hughes 80 pages 11. The Barbican and The Victoria & Albert Museum (London). Sweden in 1973. of closeness to a subject and remoteness from a place.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-735-6 122 123 .Martina Hoogland Ivanow Far Too Close Far Too Close is a visual meditation on distance. Martina Hoogland Ivanow. its capacity to relate history and emotion from afar and nearby. Sakhalin Island north of Japan.8 in. a literary tale emerges which shifts from disturbing to familiar and is about the very nature of photography. Dazed & Confused. Tierra del Fuego on the southern tip of Argentina. Over seven years she travelled to Siberia. both physical and emotional.8 x 9. born in Stockholm. She currently divides her time between Stockholm and New York. Big magazine. Combined with photographs of her own community. and the Kola Peninsula in Russian Lapland.7 x 25 cm 40 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket € 40.
2009 Colin Gray In Sickness and in Health Text by Colin Gray Book design by Joby Ellis and Colin Gray 96 pages 6. ultimately. London. born Hull. Prague. House of Photography. Having reached the age his parents were when he started the project. Gray has appeared in numerous publications. Scotland from November 14 to December 23.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-940-4 124 125 .3 x 7. Begun in 2000. Gray found that his photographs helped make sense of the deterioration and loss he was experiencing. Encontros da Imagem.Colin Gray In Sickness and in Health Colin Gray began to take photographs of his parents in the 1960s when he was 5 years old. his mothers’ death. Whilst his father struggled with his new role as a carer. the drugs regime ever more complex. and lives and works in Glasgow. / 16 x 20 cm 63 photographs Four colour process Clothbound hardcover € 40. Glasgow. The hospital and church visits became more frequent. Exhibition: Street Level Photoworks. Australian Centre for Photography. Gray now sees their history in his own future. At family occasions.00 / US$ 55. Portugal. England in 1956. the ailments more serious. working. Sydney. He has exhibited worldwide including shows at Kunsthal. it shows his parent’s deterioration and. Over the next three decades he has accumulated an extensive body of work documenting his parents loving. Braga. holidays and celebrations Gray would be allowed one shot from the single roll of film in a square box Brownie Twin. homemaking and playing.00 / £ 36. Rotterdam. In Sickness and in Health forms the final stages of The Parents series.8 in. Colin Gray. studied photography at the Royal College of Art.
2009 to January 17.00 / US$ 65. the political advertisement – and populated them with an extraordinary cast of Hollywood actors and other celebrities.Salvador Dalí Dalí Dalí featuring Francesco Vezzoli Salvador Dalí and Francesco Vezzoli played. Salvador Dalí’s oeuvre is presented to a new generation by looking at it from a new. money. Hal Foster Book design by Banker Wessel / Munch 256 pages 8. David Lomas. Marlene Redux: A True Hollywood Story! (2006).5 x 11 in. with the semantics of personality.00 / £ 43. media and fame. / 21. In such recent videos as Trailer for a Remake of Gore Vidal’s “Caligula” (2005). contemporary angle. and the concept of art. Celebrity is the medium of his work. was a forerunner to the close relationship between the media industry and the artists of today. and Democrazy (2007). with his desire to merge the art and the performer. 2010 Co-published with Moderna Museet. During recent years it has become evident that Dalí was an influential predecessor to what Andy Warhol and Pop Art developed in the 1960s.7 x 28 cm 200 plates Four colour process Softcover € 48. the behind-the-scenes exposé. Stockholm Salvador Dalí Dalí Dalí featuring Francesco Vezzoli Edited by John Peter Nilsson Texts by John Peter Nilsson. Stockholm September 19. Italy. and play. this book connects one of the most important artists of the 20th century with the contemporary art scene. By combining Dalí with Vezzoli. in which Dalí’s excesses are surpassed by other artists in many respects. Dalí Dalí featuring Francesco Vezzoli gives a new understanding of how Dalí. for example by viewing his works from a gender perspective. Caroline Corbetta.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-936-7 126 127 . Francesco Vezzoli was born 1971 in Brescia. Exhibition: Moderna Museet. he has appropriated various formats of mass media – the movie trailer. establishing himself as a master parodist of our media-saturated culture.
The exhibition is produced in cooperation with Wiels Center for Contemporary Art in Brussels.Luc Tuymans Against the Day Belgian artist Luc Tuymans is one of the most respected painters of his generation. has called his paintings “authentic forgeries”. and his paintings are often based on already existing drawings. photos. Tuymans. who introduced paranoia to American literature. is a series of twenty new paintings which focus on virtual reality. Co-published with Moderna Museet Luc Tuymans Against the Day Text by Magnus Jensner and Gertrud Sandqvist Book design by Patric Leo 96 pages 8. Often Tuymans will study one subject at length and spread it over several paintings. 2009 – April 25. extreme right parties in Flanders and catholic brotherhoods have all received a place in his works. 2010. His work can be found in several prominent international museums. Belgium. Luc Tuymans is represented by Zeno X Gallery in Antwerp. In 2004 he was the first living Belgian to have a retrospective exhibition in the Tate Modern in London. stills from films. The Second World War. / 21. etc. The title Against the Day is adopted from the book with the same title by Thomas Pynchon.00 / US$ 55.7 x 28 cm 20 images Four colour process Clothbound hardcover € 38.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-047-4 128 129 . illusions and fantasies. historical figures. Luc Tuymans was born 1958 in Mortsel.00 / £ 33. and by David Zwirner in New York. found images. Belgium’s colonial history. and now lives and works in Antwerp.5 x 11 in. The exhibition Against the Day. Exhibition: Moderna Museet Malmö December 26. convinced that original pictures do not exist.
In two fully-illustrated volumes. slipcased edition will be published following a series of major exhibitions drawn from the Lauffs Collection in the Spring and Fall of 2008 at Zwirner & Wirth and David Zwirner. Minimalism.00 / US$ 145. Arte Povera. Tom Wesselmann. offering connections among its diverse artworks. with newly-commissioned scholarship and extensive research and documentation on the works in the collection. and Hauser & Wirth. Robert Morris. New York. and Douglas Wheeler. Mel Bochner. comprising key examples of Pop Art.00 / £ 88. and Conceptual Art. On Kawara. one of Europe’s most important private collections of twentieth century post-war art. they succeeded in building a collection that bridges the gap between European and American artistic sensibilities. Cy Twombly. the catalogue incorporates over 100 color plates. Lee Bontecou. Richard Tuttle. Claes Oldenburg. Jan Dibbets. Günther Uecker. New York The Collection of Helga and Walther Lauffs Text by Jeffrey Weiss Book design by Steidl Design Volume 1: 266 pages with 125 photographs Volume 2: 150 pages 11 x 12. Bruce Nauman. Mario Merz. Louise Nevelson. Post-Minimalism. Joseph Cornell.00 ISBN 978-3-86521-850-6 130 131 . This clothbound. Eva Hesse. while pointing forward to the work of successive generations of artists. Christo. Hanne Darboven. In its vision and scope. which is made evident by the rigorous and broad selection of the art of their times. Sol LeWitt. Michelangelo Pistoletto. George Segal. Zurich. The Lauffs built their collection over the course of the late 1960s through the 1970s with the guidance of curator and art historian Paul Wember.The Collection of Helga and Walther Lauffs This two-volume catalogue documents the collection of Helga and Walther Lauffs. Giulio Paolini. Lucio Fontana.5 in. Richard Serra. among other key artists of the twentieth century. / 28 x 31. Co-published with Zwirner&Wirth. Joseph Kosuth.8 cm Four colour process Two hardcover volumes housed in a slipcase € 98. Donald Judd. Yves Klein. who was known for the visionary program of contemporary art that he developed as the director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Museum in Krefeld between 1947 and 1975. Piero Manzoni. John McCracken. including important works by Joseph Beuys. Their collection provides a singularly focused overview of art produced around the 1960s and 1970s. Fred Sandback.
Joseph Beuys: Sculpture and Drawing (2007).95 ISBN 978-3-86930-031-3 133 . Co-published with Zwirner&Wirth. Martin Kippenberger (2002). Lee Bontecou. a gallery on the Upper East Side of Manhattan which they jointly operated for roughly a decade. Marcel Duchamp. Minimalism. Eva Hesse. Lucio Fontana. David Zwirner and Iwan Wirth opened Zwirner & Wirth. critically acclaimed exhibitions. David Hammons (2006). this publication will present outstanding examples of Modern and Contemporary artistic practices. Cy Twombly: Letter of Resignation (2002/2003).4 x 27. Piero Manzoni. Filled with color plates of individual artworks and archival installation views of exhibitions. among others. New York and Hauser & Wirth. Georg Baselitz. Donald Judd. featuring Pop. and Richard Serra. René Magritte. Gerhard Richter. Zwirner & Wirth differed from their respective primary market galleries (David Zwirner. Claes Oldenburg: Early Work (2005). and Dan Flavin: the 1964 Green Gallery exhibition (2008).9 cm Four colour process Clothbound hardcover € 35. Franz West.00 / US$ 49. 2006/2007. / 25. Fred Sandback (2004. London and Zurich) in its focus on private sales in the secondary market and the development of a historically-researched exhibitions and publications program devoted to the work of modern and contemporary masters. documenting the exhibitions the two gallerists have organized together over the past decade. Sol LeWitt. and other key movements in the history of 20th Century art by artists as varied as Alice Neel. The ten-year collaboration yielded a series of extraordinary. Blinky Palermo. and 2009). Roy Lichtenstein.Zwirner&Wirth Ten Years In 2000.00 / £ 30. New York Zwirner&Wirth Ten Years Book design by Simon Johnston 224 pages 10 x 11 in. Andy Warhol. Marlene Dumas (2005). Bruce Nauman (2001). Conceptual Art. Zwirner & Wirth Ten Years will commemorate the history of the gallery. Sigmar Polke. Gordon Matta-Clark. including Gerhard Richter: Early Paintings (2000).
Guy Bourdin pushed the limits of fashion photography into foreign territory. A Message For You.00 / US$ 80. Steidldangin offers a roll-up-your-sleeves guide to his visual vocabulary. charting the course of his artistic development from the 1950s into the 1980s with over 200 exceptional images in black and white and color.Guy Bourdin In Between edited by Shelly Verthime Guy Bourdin’s vivid.6 x 7.4 cm 400 photographs Four colour and black and white process Hardcover € 55. capturing haute couture alongside butchered cow heads. His work is exhibited in the most prestigious museums. This monograph reassembles many of the original editorial layouts as they were published in magazines such as French Vogue. In Between was conceived and edited by Shelly Verthime.00 / £ 50.6 in. he exhibited his first photographs at Galerie 29 in 1952. Layout and design become powerful metaphors for the photographic medium. / 29. offering a new and illuminating critical context in the process. A painter his entire life and a self-taught photographer. narrative-infused work placed him at the vanguard of fashion photography for a career that spanned four decades. and Harper’s Bazaar. published in 2006. From his first provocative editorial feature in 1955. explored the author’s collaboration with model/muse Nicolle Meyer in the form of an exquisite. It is the second publication in Steidldangin’s Guy Bourdin library. The National Art Museum of China. Guy Bourdin tailored his compositions to the constraints of the printed page both conceptually and graphically. whose unflagging devotion and research have resulted in an unparalleled familiarity with the photographer’s oeuvre. and the mirror motif so central in his work finds its formal counterpart in the doubleness of the magazine spread. The Jeu de Paume. two-volume coffret. The Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography and The Moscow House of Photography.5 x 19. engaging the eye and with it. In Between delves into that career. Guy Bourdin (1928-1991) was born in Paris. the mind. Guy Bourdin In Between Edited by Shelly Verthime Book design by Shelly Verthime and Pascal Dangin 272 pages 11.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-033-7 134 135 . British Vogue. such as The Victoria & Albert Museum. With In Between.
00 / US$ 80. Constantly on the move. 2006 Jean Pigozzi Catalogue Déraisonné International man of business and flâneur Jean Pigozzi has spent the better part of the past three decades cultivating a frank and humorous taxonomy of the world around him. Pigozzi is marked by his dual status as insider and outsider. This compact volume resonates with a cast of eccentric.Tom Ford Vanity Fair Oscar Party. The fourth monograph of his work. he currently owns the largest collection of contemporary African art in the world. 2006 Pamela Page. 2004 Steven Spielberg and Princess Olga of Greece Vanity Fair Oscar Party. This publication is part of his effort to catalogue each moment as he lives it. His own work was first exhibited in 1974 at the Musée d’Art Moderne in Paris. Catalogue Déraisonné.6 cm 650 photographs Tritone Hardcover € 58. part personal diary but also cultural archive. With each candid image. The camera is an extension and defining element of his identity wherever he goes. 2004 Bette Midler Vanity Fair Oscar Party.3 x 11.00 / £ 52. 2004 Following Page: 2 Cigarettes Vanity Fair Oscar Party. occasionally glamorous characters caught in the off-the-cuff arrangements of reportage. The infamous Pigozzi & Co. An avid contemporary art lover and subsequent collector. 4 apples JP’s House. his most recent contribution to a growing repository of collective memory. and he grants us an in-depth look at an inaccessible world. and with it Pigozzi creates an unusual brand of high-society portraiture that speaks to his penchant for celebrating life rather than exposing celebrity secrets. the Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin exhibited his images under the title ”Pigozzi and the Paparazzi. Last year.6 x 28. / 23. we come to understand Pigozzi’s obsessive need to classify the people and places in his life. Jean Pigozzi was born in Italy in 1952 and began photographing in the 1960s. is a thoughtfully irreverent review of his recent photographic finds.” Michael Stipe. 2003 Jean Pigozzi Catalogue Déraisonné Book design by Pascal Dangin 400 pages 9.3 in. Michael Douglas and Family At a Dinner Party. These images recall the golden era of 1930’s and 40’s society portraiture. Catalogue Déraisonné shares in this tradition.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-034-4 136 137 . 2005 Through the Looking Glass Unknown Party. series that began in the 70s—which turned the typical conception of the outsider paparazzo on its head by including the artist alongside his subjects—has given way to candid portraiture and quieter moments observed out of the limelight. when photographers were the seeing eyes of the cultural elite.
Jan Menkens. Robert Walther. Sarah Winter. And so at this point in time we thought we might take a step back: to take stock of where we are and where we are heading. Roman Marcinek. Bernard Fischer. Jan Strümpel. each in its own way. Melanie Heusel. Hilde Hebestreit. Mario Thomas. Sherman McMinn. All under one roof. Achim Paul. Steidl. Florian Beisert. Jonas Wettre. Nick Hughes. Rüdiger Schellong. Klaus Breyer. Michael Cerny. For the past forty years our goal has been to produce books of the best quality for our photographers. Günther Brille. Catharina Koller. Alexander Töpfer. Heiko Schaper. artists and authors. Carsten Goltzsch. from initial idea to freshly printed sheets of paper. Rolf-Heinrich Meyer. London: Pedro Alfacinha. Here they discover something one doesn’t see everyday: a complex workflow of book production. Paris: Patrick Remy . Monte Packham. Günther Rohde. Frank Hertel. Christian Hagemann. Reiner Motz. Julia Braun. Marc Schmidt. Hinnerk Boldt. SteidlMack. In the following pages you will discover multiple projects that show. how our books come into being – how diverse people and machines create objects designed to outlast them both. Claudia Glenewinkel. Axel Legantke. All the staff at Steidl: Hendrik Anders.How to make a book with Steidl Those who visit us in Göttingen to make a book – and a new guest arrives almost daily from a different corner of the world – are led through the labyrinthine levels of Düstere Strasse 4. Ines Schumann. But not just anyone can walk in off the street – we are not a museum but a living and breathing printing and publishing house. Katharina Staal. Duncan White. Matthias Wegener. Michael Mack. Heinrich-Michael Degenhardt. Bettina Hoppe. Eberhard Joost. Andreas Nickel. Max Grohs. Arne Halm. Thomas Scherp. Heinrich-Michael Gerhold. Judith Lange.
Bolofo has produced short films and photographed for such prestigious magazines as Vogue.Koto Bolofo I Spy with My Little Eye. Something beginning with S is Bolofo’s homage to the craftsmanship and creativity of bookmaking. Something beginning with S In the age of digital photography. Burberry.00 / US$ 49. uncluttered way. Vroom! Vroom!. France and his books with Steidl include Venus Williams. Levi’s and Dom Pérignon amongst others.00 / £ 30. He achieved this by focusing on often overlooked everyday details such as smeared rubber gloves. and by photographing those who work at Steidl in settings and poses chosen by the sitters themselves.95 ISBN 978-3-86930-035-1 141 . Vanity Fair.6 in. Something beginning with S With a text by Koto Bolofo Book design by Koto Bolofo and Gerhard Steidl 146 pages. Koto Bolofo was born in South Africa in 1959 and raised in Great Britain. Koto Bolofo is an old-school photographer who still uses an analogue camera. Koto Bolofo I Spy with My Little Eye. thoughtful approach to photo-documentation. I Spy with My Little Eye. Grande Complication and the upcoming La Maison. tubs of ink and scraps of paper in a wire basket. his pictures celebrate objects and people in a humble. Bolofo lives in the Vendée. one gatefold 11. / 29 x 37 cm Four colour process Hardcover € 35. With his patient.4 x 14. He has created advertising campaigns for companies including Hermès. Marie Claire and GQ. Bolofo explored the corridors of Steidlville in Göttingen with the aim of creating a portrait of the printing and publishing house more personal than the photojournalistic series that have been made in the past. Over a period of two months.
and original texts by. FMB: [stroking the paper] Exactly like that? RF: I think it’s wonderful. Robert Frank: What’s the title of the book? Gerhard Steidl: ‘Father Photographer’. it’s a little creamy but not really yellow. hot-air balloons. They have spent the afternoon walking along the Canal Saint-Martin with their friend François-Marie Banier. the sudden breakdown of the printing press. RF: Yes. GS: And at the front of the book: ‘Edited by Robert Frank and François-Marie Banier’. Göttingen. I don’t see any double pages though. If you’re willing to go there then you’re like brothers in arms and he’ll do what needs be. And the text? GS: It’s at the very end. where Banier and Steidl have joined them. and has worked as an editor at Steidl since 2007. Comprising a log of hundreds of entries. and is a window into the processes. RF: Yes. an automobile fair in Paris’ Grand Palais. GS: They’re here at the back. who founded the company 41 years ago and continues to determine the substance of its creations – the nature of its circles? Steidl’s concentric circles are in flux: new circles of progress and difficulty constantly emerge. seventy-nine. The conversations between Frank. and Joel Sternfeld. views of Venice and Pisa. GS: And will we make the book just privately for ourselves. is the centre of Steidl’s concentric circles. and family photos including the smiling infant Robert.5 in. in three languages. Concentric Circles retells and records events as they unfolded in their unpredictability and urgency – Günter Grass tapping tobacco into his pipe while refining the typography of his book Die Box. / 17 x 24 cm Hardcover € 20. The book is the first to document the printing and publishing house.Monte Packham Concentric Circles A Chronicle of Steidl Publishers Robert Frank Paris. These images have been scanned from glass plates which Robert brought with him from Switzerland when immigrating to America in 1947.50 ISBN 978-3-86930-024-5 142 143 . “Gerhard’s like a Communist. RF: That’s nice. Göttingen. and finally French. and Leaf. where every Steidl book is crafted. Roni Horn. eighty-four. instead of ‘Photo Album’. Leaf. Monte Packham was born in 1981 in Sydney. from which every point on the circumference is equidistant.00 / US$ 27. or is it for the bookshops as well? RF: No. Look closely and the seemingly empty rings of space between circles are actually imbued with traces of past activities – the memory of circles that once were. A circle owes its symmetry to its centre. made two or three copies of a book and bound them in leather. GS: [hands Frank a sample of paper] This is the paper we used for The Americans. in all their different guises? Perhaps the initial idea from which a book grows. David Bailey. are weary though alert. some of Steidl’s most important collaborators including Lewis Baltz. What. Tacita Dean. but this is something different… Monte Packham Concentric Circles A Chronicle of Steidl Publishers Book design by Monte Packham and Gerhard Steidl 112 pages illustrated throughout 6. These daily entries are enriched by interviews with. ‘Henry Frank’ and then ‘Father Photographer’. I’ve done that before for my family. leafing through a maquette of a book of stereo-photographs by Henry Frank. Robert’s father. Gerhard Steidl deciphering the arabesque faxes of Karl Lagerfeld. Juergen Teller. French and German. François-Marie Banier: or you want it white? The paper Robert – you want it creamy. then have English. a stroll from the Place de la Madeleine. and which Steidl carried to Göttingen in the summer of 2008.7 x 9. Karl Lagerfeld. while others dissolve. I think we should start with German because your father lived in Switzerland. I would like to use it again. Frank. I think it should be for the bookshops.” Robert Polidori Concentric Circles chronicles the time between 26 August 2008 and 27 January 2009 at Steidl Publishers. then. or Gerhard Steidl himself. You have to go into the salt mines with him. Frank and Steidl sit next to one another on the edge of the bed. Banier and Steidl this evening move between English.00 / £ 17. Jim Dine. He has bachelor degrees with honours in art history and law from the University of Sydney. and pleased to be back in their hotel room. experiences and bustle of Düstere Strasse 4. The plates show visions of a passionate amateur photographer in the 1920s and ’30s: snow-capped alps. 10 March 2009 Robert Frank and his wife June Leaf have returned to their hotel.
4:51 pm Chanel emails corrections for the Open Doors cards: ‘OK for UK. endpapers and cover – as separate InDesign documents. Roni and Bernard discuss progress on Roni Horn aka Roni Horn. Steidl guides the pallet. I’m happy. as well as black-and-white images of family and friends including Charlie Chaplin. tear-shaped leaves. and on “Seite 2”. “Chanel GmbH” is too small compared to the address. 10:19 am Steidl. now based in Los Angeles. which he accepts is bad luck: ‘I don’t have time to go back. Steidl nods his head and points to a battered FedEx box lying next to the photocopier. Steidl shuffles papers on Katharina’s desk. France and Italy. and were promoted when he died. ‘I gotta do twenny a day now if you wanna finish on time. She begins making corrections with Sarah. 10:59 am Polidori is twitchy. The set in which the models Anna Jagodzinska and Baptiste Giabiconi pose depicts a grey asphalt road and corrugated iron fence. founded in the twelfth century and facing Düstere Strasse. ‘As long as Bernard understands it. Steidl sends him to the library: ‘I have to give you some explanations. ‘Oui … for this book … oui. Milan. 10:26 am Bernard wonders if a CD of new scans for The Ferus Gallery: A Place to Begin has arrived. These cards are invitations for members of the press to visit select boutiques on an open day and inspect the new collection. and text on the other. 10:17 am Nicolas Pages has arrived to discuss a book of Yul Brynner’s photos to be released by Edition 7L.23 September 2008 8:54 am The chill of autumn has set in: the sky is pale grey and rain lacquers Göttingen’s red rooftops. printer.’ she says. I’ve brought new pictures. Polidori is at ease by the end of the conversation: ‘I’m basically in a good mood now. I am there in one minute. Five language versions will be printed for events in Paris. Lagerfeld’s publishing imprint with Steidl.’ he says to Jennie as she colour-corrects one of his photos on her computer screen. 9:27 am Andreas Nickel. moves a pallet of paper towards the Roland 700. The book will include colour photos taken by Brynner on the sets of his films. London. Today Polidori enjoys strong relationships with the many young people working at the palace: he plans to invite one to Göttingen to check the titles of the artworks at Versailles reproduced in the book. I ask how it has been to interact with the bureaucracy at Versailles: he is well-practised after twenty-five years he says.’ 10:21 am Gunilla Knape of the Hasselblad Foundation has arrived to complete Iturbide’s book. Steidl asks Roni to ensure that she prepares the different elements of her book – its inner pages. OK for the invitation card but for the reply card: on “Seite 1” we need a space between “Sommer” and “2009”. so I don’t wanna hear about any more!’ she exclaims with a laugh. 3:36 pm The photos for the Chanel presskit are being printed on the Roland 700 printing press. For Germany. her finger tapping her mouse as if she were sending Morse code. Nikolai church. The cards feature Lagerfeld’s photo of 31 Rue Cambon on one side. I need to finish the book. Restlessly. worked as Nan Goldin’s studio manager for a decade. Pages.’ 7 October 2008 8:58 am The autumn sun softens the bite of the cold air. Some employees working under this director disliked Polidori however. The first director of Versailles with whom he had contact was fond of Polidori. 29 September 2008 9:56 am Polidori has returned from Versailles with new photos. walking backwards. 10:22 am Judith emails PDFs of the ‘Open Doors’ cards for the Prêt-à-Porter Spring-Summer 2009 collection to Chanel for printing approval. They discuss how many photos are still to be corrected and proofed.’ He is unsure whether to wait for Steidl outside his office or upstairs in the library.’ he replies. recalling the streetscape in Lagerfeld’s photo of 31 Rue Cambon. ‘I’ve changed a few things. He has accidentally deleted three images from his computer. In the square around St. Ingrid Bergman and Elizabeth Taylor. 144 145 . stand elm trees with yellowing. and would give him the keys to the palace whenever he came to take photos.’ 12:59 pm I ask Polidori if he has now finished taking photos at Versailles. Madrid and Munich.
A clockwork is an intricate construction composed of hundreds of perfectly interlocking pieces. Burberry. Levi’s and Dom Pérignon amongst others.4 x 14. Koto Bolofo’s photographs tell the story of paper as it becomes a book. But not only does that sheet of paper miraculously survive this gauntlet without a crease or tear. Zwenkau and Tunisia.Koto Bolofo Große Komplikation / Grande Complication Paper is a delicate material.00 / US$ 125. Here it is run through a host of machines where it is cut. sewn.00 / £ 89. Vanity Fair. piled and packed. Slipcase Koto Bolofo Große Komplikation Grande Complication Text by Gerhard Steidl Book design by Koto Bolofo and Gerhard Steidl Volune 1: 114 pages Volune 2: 74 pages Volune 3: 86 pages 11. folded. and thereby give insight into each branch of the company in Leipzig. The processes of bookbinding can be observed in the three factories of the Offizin Andersen Nexö complex in Leipzig. There each bindery has a different area of specialty and together they offer unique possibilities for producing books. He has created advertising campaigns for companies including Hermès. I Spy with My Little Eye Something beginning with S and the upcoming La Maison. The processes necessary to bind a book can be just as complicated – and not on the scale of a wristwatch but of a football field. / 29 x 37 cm Four colour process Three hardcover books housed in a slipcase Volume 1 Volume 2 Volume 3 € 98. glued. Koto Bolofo was born in South Africa in 1959 and raised in Great Britain.00 ISBN 978-3-86930-055-9 147 . it also becomes part of an immaculate book. Bolofo has produced short films and photographed for such prestigious magazines as Vogue. Vroom! Vroom!. and a sheet of printed paper has much to endure when it enters a bookbindery.6 in. knocked into shape. Marie Claire and GQ. Bolofo lives in the Vendée. Particularly complex clockworks are given the name grandes complications by experts. France and his books with Steidl include Venus Williams.
ch Curators: William A. in collaboration with ECAL. their experiments with inks and papers. Musée de l’Elysée Nathalie Herschdorfer Co-Curator. and the craft of fine printing demonstrated. “Lasting Impressions: the Art & Craft of the Steidl Book” opens in Lausanne on 17 November. from the first rough sketches on a scrap of paper.elysee. Jeff Wall. But few people realise what a labour of love a fine publication represents. An international colloquium is planned for February 2010. Jim Dine. Ewing. through the tortured convolutions of “dummy” production. where photographers. Jim Dine contributes a special installation. Roni Horn. It was the intensity of our personal experience of book-making at Steidl. Meanwhile. For many photographers and curators. Juergen Teller. the quality of a Steidl publication represents nothing less than the gold standard. 17 November. Steidl Book Karl Lagerfeld. Lausanne’s renowned university of art and design. 2010 journal and Rudy Schellong displays his acclaimed culinary art – a much appreciated fuel for collaborators at Steidlville! A range of Steidl’s most beautiful books are displayed. and dozens of other renowned image-makers have made generous loans of their raw book-making materials. typography and binding). as well as books which left a deep impression on him in his formative years. and what diverse and complementary skills combine to ensure the best possible results. while Monte Packham shares his daily A N I N T E R N AT I O N A L T R AV E L L I N G E X H I B I T I O N VERNISSAGE: Tuesday. 2009 – 21 February. On the Road. printers. Gerhard Steidl himself contributes his favorite papers and typefaces. 17 November. proposed image-sequences. and will then travel internationally. Director Nathalie Herschdorfer. including Jeff Wall and Michael Ruetz. which led us to the idea of an exhibition which would unveil the art and craft involved in the production of a Steidl book: the A to Z of the process. William A. We determined not only to show all these diverse operations in as accessible a manner as possible. Musée de l’Elysée Musée de l’Elysée 18 Avenue de l’Elysée CH 1014 Lausanne www. Deborah Turbeville. the combined results of which are destined to expand and enrich the field of art photography. and Ed Ruscha unveils his new limited edition opus. Ewing Director and Co-Curator. graphic designers. Ed Ruscha. as Musée de l’Elysée curators. trial typography. Raymond Depardon. and ideas for covers. It is accompanied by a richly illustrated catalogue proudly bearing the imprint “Steidl”. to the (often agonizing) choice of the “right cover” (not to mention the myriad choices of paper. Curator T +41 21 316 99 11 149 . Photographer Koto Bolofo exhibits his panorama of life at the Göttingen plant. 6:00 pm DEBUT VENUE OF EXHIBITION: Lausanne. curators and other photography specialists rub shoulders as they busy themselves with one or another aspect of book production. Several of the artists have written texts for the show.Lasting Impressions The Fine Art & Craft of the Everyone knows a beautiful photography book when they see one. but also to give visitors a sense of the experience of daily life at “Steidlville”. 2009.
Members of the Steidl-family who have contributed to this book include Bruce Davidson. Joel Sternfeld. it is rigorous and highly demanding. Marc Joseph. While there is a great amount of satisfaction in the process. and finally to press. paper choice. colour proofing. 2: eating noisily. lovingly prepared and served meals by chef Rüdiger Schellong. to design. Dayanita Singh. Phil Trager.7 x 9. Fazal Sheikh. Mitch Epstein. enjoying the simple yet spectacularly delicious. photos of the guests and Rüdiger’s cuisine. artists make the rounds from image processing.50 / US$ 29.5 in. Schmatz! [∫mats!] Lunches at Steidl Karen Hansgen with Rüdiger Schellong Texts by Karen Hansgen and artists Recipes and menus by Rüdiger Schellong Book design by Karen Hansgen and Gerhard Steidl 192 pages 6. Renowned artists from around the world travel to little Göttingen. Images include art from books created at Steidl. 3: big sloppy air kisses” An innovative art book that includes recipes. creating outstanding books of exceptional quality.50 / £ 17. Alec Soth. Günter Grass.95 ISBN 978-3-86521-911-4 Rüdiger Schellong. an “artist” in the kitchen. and Massimo Vitali. Robert Polidori. Schmatz! speaks to the creative practices of publishing and cookery as experienced at Steidlville. The book is an introduction to the experience of Steidlville: artists’ reminiscences. / 17 x 24 cm Four colour process Softcover € 19. Mona Kuhn. a cookbook that includes art.Schmatz! [∫mats!] Lunches at Steidl Karen Hansgen with Rüdiger Schellong “Schmatz [∫mats!] 1: smacking one’s lips in anticipation of good food. Germany to collaborate with celebrated publisher and printer. Gerhard Steidl. menus and recipes that speak not only to the ingredients but also evoke a mood–cooking plans that guide the reader to becoming more intuitive. Paul Graham. The one hour when guests are allowed to slow down is lunchtime at Steidl’s table. snippets of mealtime conversations. Paul Ruscha. Wendy Ewald. Photo by Koto Bolofo 150 151 . Personally involved in every stage of their book’s creation.
120 pp. Laurie Night Life 978-3-86521-339-6 Clothbound hardcover. 24 x 29. 27 x 32 cm. 120 pp. 32 pp. 20 x 24 cm. Joachim Ruhr 978-3-86521-389-1 Clothbound hardcover. Harry Eleanor 978-3-88243-464-5 Hardcover. Joachim Areal 978-3-88243-878-9 Clothbound hardcover. b/w and color throughout Büchel. 298 pp.) 22 x 30 cm 104 pp. 31 duotone photos and 136 drawings Colacello. 26 x 33 cm. 318 color plates Burtynsky.3 cm. 24 x 26. Richard Portraits of Power 978-3-86521-675-5 Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket. David 8 Minutes 978-3-86521-864-3 Clothbound hardcover 26 x 33 cm 264 pp. 28. full color throughout Berenice Abbott 978-3-86521-592-5 Two clothbound books housed in a slipcase. Mauro Palermo Unsung 978-3-86521-918-3 Clothbound hardcover + DVD (20 min. 80 color plates Dean. 99 color plates Bartos. 21. 26 x 31 cm. 151 tritone D’Agati.3 cm. 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William Paris 978-3-86521-915-2 Clothbound hardcover 22 x 28 cm 184 pp. 26. 10. 400 color postcard repoductions. 22.7 cm. color throughout Earhart. Liferaft Earth. full color throughout Depardon.) The Photographed Animal – Useful. 88 pp. Robert The Complete Film Works Vol. 48 pp. Henry Father Photographer 978-3-86521-814-8 Clothbound Hardcover 14 x 16. 192 pp.3 x 28. 10 books including an audio CD. 80 color plates Eggleston. 21 x 26 cm. 25 x 20 cm.5 cm.5 x 26 cm. Raymond Manhattan Out 978-3-86521-704-2 Clothbound hardcover 29. Three DVDs in a film-roll box. Jim Entrada Drive 978-3-86521-080-7 Clothbound hardcover. 20 x 25 cm. 23.7 x 24.BACKLIST BACKLIST Demand. 44 tritone plates Dine. 70 tritone plates Eclipse – Art in a Dark Age 978-3-86521-643-4 Softcover.5 x 30. 24 color plates Dzama. 64 pp. 192 pp.8 cm. Snap Judgments: New Positions in Contemporary African Photography 978-3-86521-224-5 Clothbound hardcover.5 x 28.3 cm.5 cm.5 x 26. full color throughout Dine. 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Nan The Beautiful Smile 978-3-86521-539-0 Hardcover. 76 pp. 2: 229 pp. 248 pp. Marc American Pitbull 978-3-86521-094-4 Softcover. 48 pp.3 cm. b/w and color throughout Horn.5 x 25. 108 tritone plates Joseph.) Least Wanted: A Century of American Mugshots 978-3-86521-291-7 Hardcover. Cristóbal An Imaginary Spaniard 978-3-88243-901-4 Clothbound hardcover.8 cm. 24 x 26 cm. Steven America and the Tintype 978-3-86521-686-1 Hardcover.BACKLIST BACKLIST Frank. 200 pp. 225 duotone and 25 color photos Frank. 20. Robert A Robert Gober Lexicon 978-3-86521-121-7 Two volumes in a slipcase.
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Hans-Jörg Historic Houses in the Engadin 978-3-86521-720-2 Hardcover with dust jacket.6 cm 168 pp. 67 color and 122 tritone plates Rautert. Robert Combines 978-3-86521-145-3 Clothbound hardcover. Jason Artists 978-3-86521-302-0 Clothbound hardcover.8 x 27 cm. 70 color plates Polidori. Robert Havana 978-3-88243-333-3 Clothbound hardcover. 40 color plates Schuh. 112 pp. 20. Michael Spring of Discontent: 1964–1974 978-3-86521-866-7 Hardcover 24. 112 pp. Smoke and Mirrors: The Drawings 978-3-88243-965-6 Clothbound hardcover. 19. 186 pp. 176 pp. 28 x 28 cm. Ed THEN & NOW 978-3-86521-105-7 Slipcased. 360 pp. Joachim Photoworks 1982 . 469 color plates Rubinfien. Torbjørn White Planet. Leo Wounded Cities 978-3-86521-676-2 Hardcover with dust jacket. 28 x 23 cm. Ed Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings. 332 pp.5 x 25. 436 pp. 24 x 30 cm. 558 pp.3 x 22. Olivier Real Allegories 978-3-86521-091-3 Hardcover. 20 x 25 cm. 40 pp. 4 978-3-86521-833-9 Clothbound hardcover volume housed in a slipcase 24 x 29. 184 pp. Greta Using History 978-3-86521-129-3 Hardcover. full color throughout Roberts. 68 pp.5 cm. Gotthard A Kind of Infatuation 978-3-86521-830-8 Hardcover 24 x 30 cm 240 pp.8 cm. 65 color plates Neo Rauch 978-3-86521-743-1 Hardcover. full color throughout Schmidt.6 x 29 cm 192 pp. (eds. 21 x 26 cm. 27. 96 pp. Matthias Purple Desks 978-3-86521-597-0 Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket 25 x 29 cm 72 pp.4 x 30.5 x 24 cm. 22 x 29 cm. Lou Emotion in Action 978-3-88243-923-6 Two volumes housed in a slipcase. 400 pp. 40 color plates Richon. 120 pp. The Lost Art of Hollywood Still Photography 978-3-86521-153-8 Softcover. 256 pp. 29. 24 x 28 cm. 156 pp. V. 42 x 28.8 cm. 24 x 27. Robert Zones of Exclusion: Pripyat and Chernobyl 978-3-88243-921-2 Clothbound hardcover. Walter In Love With Beauty 978-3-86521-870-4 Hardcover. 26. 26 color plates Schaller. 214 illustrations Ruscha. four colour Schaller. Michael Eye on Time 978-3-86521-577-2 Hardcover with dust jacket.4 cm. 45 x 32 cm. 320 pp.5 cm. 21 x 29. 360 pp. 22. 25. 240 pp.2 cm. Clare Harlemville 978-3-88243-918-2 Clothbound hardcover. 26. Robert After the Flood 978-3-86521-277-1 Clothbound hardcover.5 cm. Matthias Controfacciata 978-3-86521-674-8 Embossed clothbound hardcover. full color throughout Rovner. duotone Scully. full color throughout Ruscha. Judith Joy Living With War – Portraits 978-3-86521-717-2 Hardcover with dust jacket. 526 pp. four colour Schaller.5 x 23 cm. 112 pp. 25 x 31. 50 tritone plates Schmid. 16. 24.5 cm. 432 pp.7 cm. color throughout Ruetz. Vol. 190 color plates 160 161 .6 x 34. Lou Lou Reed’s New York 978-3-86521-152-1 Clothbound hardcover. Michael Shot in Sicily 978-3-86521-448-5 Hardcover. 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Lou Romanticism 978-3-86521-728-8 Hardcover with dust jacket 36 x 25 cm 68 pp.9 cm.2 cm. 152 color plates Polidori. 47 duotone and 39 color plates Reed. 172 color photos and 65 text illustrations Rautert.8 x 16. David The Phenomenal World 978-3-88243-639-6 Clothbound.5 cm. 38. 24 x 28 cm. 106 pp.5 x 30 cm. Ed Catalogue Raisonné Vol. 58 tritone plates Schorr. Tod Passing Through Eden 978-3-86521-374-7 Hardcover. 24 x 29. four colour Rovner.7 x 21 cm. 300 color plates Polidori. 23 x 34 cm. 77 color plates Sophy Rickett 978-3-86521-088-3 Clothbound hardcover. Collier Forest and Fields Volume 1. 56 pp. Q-Tips ®. 2: 1971-1982 978-3-86521-138-5 Clothbound hardcover. 300 color and b/w plates Rødland. 120 color plates Schneider. 290 tritone plates Ruetz. 230 color plates Ruscha. 22 tritone plates Roversi. 21. 85 b/w plates and 7 text illustrations Ross. 192 pp. 280 pp. 127 b/w. 74 pp.5 x 30. Pat Views from Lookout Mountain 978-3-86521-021-0 Clothbound. 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Time 978-3-86521-700-4 Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket. 140 pp. Dayanita Privacy 978-3-88243-962-5 Clothbound hardcover. 54 tritone plates Serra. 48 pp. 27 x 21 cm. Marc Ohne Titel 978-3-86521-195-8 Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket. 65 color plates Sidén. 60 color plates 162 Smith. 24 x 30 cm.5 x 25 cm. 30. 24 x 22 cm. Malick Chemises 978-3-86521-523-9 Softcover.7 x 33 cm. Juergen / Rampling. full color throughout Simon. 22 x 29 cm. Dayanita Blue Book 978-3-86521-839-1 23 color postcards bound into a cardboard-folder. 184 pp. 55 duotone plates Serra.9 cm. 160 color and b/w plates Teller. 44 duotone plates Soth. 65 color plates Staeck.BACKLIST BACKLIST Scully. 25 x 34 cm. 192 pp. 25 x 33 cm. 112 color plates Spero. 114 plates Taro. 71 color plates Soth. 23 x 29 cm. 25. full color thoughout Soth. Roman Projections 978-3-86521-747-9 Clothbound hardcover. 20.5 x 25.5 cm. Hannah Photographs 1997-2007 978-3-86521-373-0 Clothbound stitched hardcover. 16. 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Not a Monument. Juergen Märchenstüberl 978-3-88243-863-5 Hardcover. 64 pp. Juergen / Sherman Cindy / Jacobs. 20 x 27. 56 pp. Nigel Edited Photographs 19922004 978-3-88243-976-2 Flexible hardcover.7 cm. tritone Solomon. 144 pp. 54 color plates Paul Strand at Work Toward a Deeper Understanding 978-3-88243-520-8 Hardcover. 21 x 16 cm. 20 duotone and 50 color plates Sheikh. 31 tritone plates Singh. Dirk Afangar 978-3-88243-206-0 Clothbound hardcover. Bridget Society 978-3-86521-405-8 Hardcover.9 x 28.5 x 26 cm. Charlotte Louis XV 978-3-86521-062-3 Hardcover. 21. 16 x 20 cm. Joel American Prospects 978-3-88243-915-1 Clothbound hardcover. 28. 29. 120 pp. Juergen Nürnberg 978-3-86521-132-3 Clothbound hardcover. Joel Oxbow Archive 978-3-86521-786-8 Clothbound hardcover with a tipped-in image. 25 x 32 cm. 24. 114 pp. 40 color plates Clare Strand 978-3-86521-838-4 Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket. Otto Parisian Shapes 978-3-86521-624-3 Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket. 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