Published 2003 by Heibonsha, bought at Oliver Wood in Arles.
The book is signed. Fantastic book.
Published 2011 by Point Never
Hisham Akira Bharoocha
Uri Maximilian Korn
Published 2011 by Mack books, bought at the Steidl / Mack booth in Kassel’s photobook festival
Published 2011 by Erm books
Originally published 2004 by Little More, then published 2005 by Foil , this one is a 2010 reprint (Foil), bought at Dashwood NYC while my NY trip in June
Self-published 2011, 39€
Published 1998 by Dewi Lewis Publishing, bought at Oliver Wood at Hypermkt in Arles
Becoming a Tom Wood addict
Self-published 2011, $5
Published 2011 by Schaden, bought at the Schaden booth at the Village in Arles
Markus showed me the dummy of this book in Kassel, then I had it in mind, and couldn’t wait to get it. I hate pigeons, though. But here, there is something magic, traditional and poetic.
A pigeon thinking he’s a peacock
If you get the chance to meet Ricardo Casés, and have him sign the book, he will stick this pigeon (the small piece of the cover) in the sky for you.
Published 2011, it’s a present I got from Pierre. Last week I got back home, after a long day work, we had diner with Lucien, then I went to my desk, and… here it is !
Published 2008 by Errata editions
Published by Spontan Verlag
Published by Spontan Verlag 2010
Published by Erm Books 2011, bought on their website, $30 (AUS)
This book reminds me his first book we (Lozen up) published 2009 : 100 Flowers (sold out).
Published 2011 by Fiesta Ediciones, this book was sent to me by Dalpine
Published 2011 by Éditions Xavier Barral and Le Bal, bought at Le Bal books.
This book has been published for the current exhibition at Le Bal : Tokyo-E.
One of the nicest books of the last months.
Self-published (Rain or shine) 2007, bought at Dashwood, NYC $13
Hassla books 2011, bought at Dashwood NYC $25
Published 2008 by Rat Hole, bought at Schaden, during the Photobook Festival
for our NY competition, the winner is … Calin.
Her guess was 5,65 kg, the NY weight of books was 5,030 kg.
Calin should receive soon a Nicholas Gottlund, Plain and Fancy. Seems I bought it twice…