Photo Books

Vincent Peters: Selected Works

Vincent Peters: Selected Works

Over the last quarter century, Vincent Peters’s photographs have graced the pages of Vogue, Glamour, and GQ and defined fashion campaigns from Dior to Hugo Boss to Yves Saint Laurent. One of the most sought-after portrait and fashion photographers, Vincent Peters prints also have a significant following in the fine art market. Vincent Peters’s photographs are defined by their precision,…
Elliott Erwitt’s Dogs

Elliott Erwitt’s Dogs

Elliott Erwitt’s masterpiece is now available in a handy format and an unbeatable price – a treasure for both dog lovers and photography aficionados. In a heartfelt and original tribute to man s best friend, this photographic master captures all the diversity of the canine kingdom. We witness Fido s many moods from playful, perky scamp to quiet and constant…
Laurent Baheux: Lions

Laurent Baheux: Lions

The French photographer Laurent Baheux dedicates his new book to the “King of the Animals”-the lion. Breathtaking black-and-white images create a powerful portrait of one of the most majestic and endangered species in the world. For almost 20 years, he has journeyed across Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana to capture the wild lion living freely in its natural…
Paris: The City of Light in the 50s & 60s

Paris: The City of Light in the 50s & 60s

Post-war Paris brought a blossoming of culture and thought. The Nouvelle Vague transformed French cinema, young couturiers reinvigorated French fashion, existentialism flourished in literature and philosophy, and the city swung and swayed to a vibrant jazz and rock ‘n’ roll scene. In the middle of it all, was Paul Almasy. The well-traveled photojournalist, born in Hungary, had made Paris his…
John Cohen: Look Up to the Moon

John Cohen: Look Up to the Moon

In the summer of 1955 a relatively naive and uninformed John Cohen crossed the straits of Gibraltar. He arrived in Tangier with a handwritten note in cursive Arabic; the man who had composed it in New York had told him to “keep this paper far from your passport.” Cohen had no idea why or indeed what the note said; it…
Anders Petersen: Stockholm

Anders Petersen: Stockholm

Photographer Anders Petersen has spent four years documenting the people and urban spaces of Stockholm. The work is a unique document of our time, its hustle and bustle and tranquil spaces, its joy, sorrow and love. Following in a tradition of Stockholm photographers, this, however, is the first time Anders Petersen has chronicled his own city. He has previously documented…
Antanas Sutkus: Children

Antanas Sutkus: Children

This book takes us deep into Antanas Sutkus’ favorite motif as a photographer: children and their world. It is a theme he returned to again and again, presenting its myriad facets as well as the many interactions between the lives of children and adults. “Childhood is the most important platform for me as a photographer,” says Sutkus, “Children live in…
Michael Magers: Independent Mysteries

Michael Magers: Independent Mysteries

Photographs in which the documentary becomes poetry―that is one of Michael Magers’s trademarks. With his special eye for the unusual moment, the documentary photographer and journalist quickly gained international recognition. His pictures appear in prominent magazines and newspapers such as TIME, Vogue Italia, or Huck Magazine. Even outside of his commissioned work, which takes him all over the world, this…
Jo Ractliffe: Photographs 1980s – now

Jo Ractliffe: Photographs 1980s – now

Co-published with The Walther Collection, this book is the first to present a comprehensive selection of the work of South African photographer Jo Ractliffe. Looking back over the past 35 years, it brings together images from major photo-essays, as well as early works that have not been seen before. Described by Okwui Enwezor as “one of the most accomplished and…
Philadelphia – Portraits of the City

Philadelphia – Portraits of the City

How can we properly acknowledge Philadelphia as our inspiration? Philadelphia has been around a long time, long before Jerome and I arrived here to make a living. This book was a long time coming. The seed was planted a while ago. We lived and worked for years in Philadelphia and as keen observers of this city we grew to love…
John Cohen: Do Not Disturb My Waking Dream

John Cohen: Do Not Disturb My Waking Dream

One cold sunny morning in December 2018, Gerhard Steidl drove from New York City to see John Cohen at his rambling home in upstate Putnam Valley. The purpose of the visit was to pick up originals to be scanned for Cohen’s Look up to the Moon, his book of photos from Morocco in 1955 and published by Steidl in 2019.…
Peter Kayafas: The Way West

Peter Kayafas: The Way West

The latest book from New York-based photographer Peter Kayafas (born 1971) presents photographs from ten years and thousands of miles of travel in the plains states. A continuation of his 30 years of work along America’s backroads, Kayafas uses his camera to explore the present state of the histories and ritualized traditions of the people who live in Idaho, Montana,…
Robert Adams: On Lookout Mountain

Robert Adams: On Lookout Mountain

The view from Lookout Mountain west of Denver is of natural forms and our imprint on them, of the timeless and the passing. Generations have made their way there to find perspective on the city and the plains beyond. Robert Adams photographed from the overlook in 1970, and again in 1984. For this volume, he has assembled a selection of…
Robert Adams: Los Angeles Spring

Robert Adams: Los Angeles Spring

Having lived in Southern California during his university years, Robert Adams returned to photograph the Los Angeles Basin in the late 1970s and early 1980s, concentrating on what was left of the citrus groves, eucalyptus and palm trees that once flourished in the area. The pictures, while foreboding, testify to a verdancy against the odds. Featuring sumptuous quadratone plates, this…
The Araki Effect

The Araki Effect

Over 300 images by the most famous contemporary Japanese photographer from the 1960s to today. Nobuyoshi Araki (Tokyo, 1940) is known the world over for his controversial erotic portraits of Japanese women, often bound using the kinbaku (Japanese bondage) technique. A unique figure in contemporary photography, he has always found creative inspiration in his daily existence, without making any distinction…
The Life and Times of Alvin Baltrop

The Life and Times of Alvin Baltrop

For 11 obsessive years in 1970s and ’80s, the Bronx-born photographer Alvin Baltrop documented the alternative world that existed in this once-run-down part of the city, capturing cruisers, sun-bathers, fornicators, and friends in that brief moment after the Stonewall riots and before the explosion of the AIDS epidemic. The book presents those photos and others by Baltrop, including many that…
Daido Moriyama: A Diary: Hasselblad Award

Daido Moriyama: A Diary: Hasselblad Award

With its generous image flow, this book celebrates Daido Moriyama as the 2019 Hasselblad Award winner and his highly influential, lifelong radical and authentic approach to photography. A Diary points to his continuous, daily photographic expeditions, resulting in an oeuvre charged with fragments, repetitions, chance and chaos. His production of images is enormous, and whereas some photographs have become iconic…
David Maisel: Proving Ground

David Maisel: Proving Ground

David Maisel’s (born 1961) Proving Ground comprises aerial and on-site photographs made at Dugway Proving Ground, a classified military site covering nearly 800,000 acres in Utah’s Great Salt Lake Desert. A primary mission of Dugway is to develop, test and implement chemical and biological weaponry and defense programs. After more than a decade of inquiry, Maisel was granted access to…
Fluence. The Continuance of Yohjl Yamamoto by Takay

Fluence. The Continuance of Yohjl Yamamoto by Takay

In his latest book, Takay presents photographs that pay homage to the creative power and style of the great Japanese designer, Yohji Yamamoto. Fluence was shot primarily in Tokyo, Japan. In it, Takay has captured the magic and mystery of artistic forces and his native country. The images in Fluence are shot in black and white which punctuate the subject…
Lead Belly: A Life in Pictures

Lead Belly: A Life in Pictures

This is a new edition of Lead Belly: A Life in Pictures, the rich visual biography of legendary American folk musician Lead Belly, originally published by Steidl in 2007. Here is a treasure trove of rare photographs, news clippings, concert programs, personal correspondence (including letters from Woody Guthrie), record albums, awards and other memorabilia, some of which was discovered in…