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Through the course of the 1970s and 1980s, Luigi Ghirri pursued his extraordinary project, open-ended and mercurial, marked by empathy for the changing everyday spaces of his time. Over the course of his short career, Ghirri would produce a vast body of photographs without parallel in the Europe of his time and numerous writings which would have an...
For American Winter, Gerry Johansson travelled through semi-deserted towns in Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and Colorado, finding as much beauty as there was misery in landscapes cloaked in snow: an isolated church floating in a mottled sea of white; long shadows cast on vernacular architecture in the season’s merciless sun.
"Minima Muralia" is the latest monograph about the Italian street artist BLU. The book retraces 15 years of murals of the Bolognese artist, the most complete collection of murals painted by the artist with over 200 walls, including all his most known murals as well as previously unreleased private archive.
Lukas/Markus is the result of a photographic project spanning over a decade. Located in the Western Cemetery in Gothenburg, architect Sven Brolid’s two mirrored chapels Saint Lukas and Saint Markus were designed and built in the 1960's, the era when Swedish functionalism was at its very peak.
30 years after its original and only release in 1987, Michael Schmidt's legendary photobook "Waffenruhe" ("Ceasefire") is considered as the best photobook about Berlin at the time of the Wall. It was never reprinted and very hard to find.
The painter, illustrator and conceptual artist Jim Avignon is one of the most unconventional characters in the current German art world. Vibrant colours and unpretentious materials, a good dose of wit and an enormous output are his trademarks.
Published by Urban Spree Books in September 2017 First Edition Book Design by Kelly Jewell Texts by Tavar Zawacki 168 pages Hardcover, 24 x 32 cm (9,5" x 12,5")