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Publisher: RM + Dewi Lewis
7 x 9.4 in
Design: Ramón Pez
The Hunt could be the book that conciliates the documentary photography world, the artistic field and the photo-book making. With great doses of anthropologic and journalistic investigation, Laiz beautifully and delicately documents a fantastic and magic as rough and dodgy animistic story. The narrative far from being traditional, is an immersive dream of memories, fantasy, folklore and reality, put together as a song sung from parents to children
The intrinsic design compiles the journey both the author and the hunters follows through a landscape of mystery, mysticism and human challenges. Text, photography and research merges across the transparencies and superpositions of the white taiga. What I like the most about this object is how rounded it is. There is not a single piece out of tune, all blends together in a soft, harmonic and coherent way, “a rare mix of strategy and instinct”.
Flexicover8.2 × 12.5 in228 pages + 2 foldouts64 imagesDesign: Estudio HerreraTrilingual edition (English/Spanish/French) In the course of his travels in Mexico over the last thirty years, Antoine d’Agata has extracted the hair-raising material from which he now constructs this tense, immobile diary.
Photographs: © Nicolas JanowskiConcept & Design: Verónica Fieiras & Martín BollatiEdition: Verónica Fieiras, Martín Bollati and Nicolas JanowskiText: Luis de LasaPrepress: La TroupePrinting: Grafilur Arte GráficoSize: 165 mm x 240 mmPages: 120Paper: Munken Lynx 120 gr - Translucent de 100 gr
Texts: Dario Borso, Giorgio Zampa Photographs: Ugo Mulas Design: Teresa Piardi, Maxwell studio 94 pagine + booklet | b/n | 17 x 21 cm Softcover | Italian, english An in-depth reportage in Scandinavia Minor by the critic Giorgio Zampa and photographer Ugo Mulas.
Texts: Umberto Fiori, Pippo Ciorra, Giovanna Calvenzi Photographs: Gabriele Basilico Design: Teresa Piardi, Maxwell studio 72 pages + booklet | b/n | 17 x 21 cm Softcover| Italian, english The volume, after Iran 1970 and Marocco 1971, completes the “Basilico before Basilico” trilogy and is accompanied by the texts of Umberto Fiori and Pippo Ciorra, and a...
Text: Jacobo SiruelaPublisher: RM + SeigenshaBinding: Tapa duraExtension: 144 páginas | 128 fotografíasSize: 24 x 30 cmConcept: Yamamoto Reiko Design: David Kimura + Gabriela VarelaLanguage: Spanish Small Things in Silence offers a perspective on twenty years in the career of one of Japan’s most important photographers.