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  • @Earth

    R60

    @earth is as revolutionary in form as it is in content. It contains no words: instead it tells its story in the universal language of photomontage, long the favoured medium of radical artists.

  • A World in Common

    R1170

    A celebration of the visual and cultural landscape of contemporary African photography, this stunning exhibition book offers critical insight from the perspectives of Africa’s leading artists and thinkers.

  • Andy Warhol exhibition book (paperback)

    R630

    Offering up new insight into Andy Warhol’s expanded art practice, presenting his life and work within the context of his time, this outstanding paperback exhibition catalogue emphasises how Warhol continues to be a relevant figure in a digital age. With illustrations of familiar and lesser-known aspects of Warhol’s career, an interview with former Factory insider,…

  • Atmos

    R900

    Published in association with Joy of Giving Something, Inc., New York. Hatakeyama’s color work is marked by two overarching qualities. The first is a studious quality where the careful compositions and richness of detail associated with large format photography lend the work an impressive formal rigour. Complementing this formality is an attraction to the visual dynamics of industry and production.

  • Disavowals

    R200

    First published in 1930 in a limited edition of only 500, Disavowals is recognised as Claude Cahun’s key work and a lost masterpiece of Surrealist literature. It is now made available to an English-speaking readership for the first time.

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    Don’t Kiss Me: Art of Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore

    R500

    Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore were an extraordinary couple who worked and lived together for more than 40 years. Cahun and Moore were the pseudonyms for Lucy Schwob and Suzanne Malherbe, who met in their teens and embarked on their unique relationship. They travelled from provincial Nantes to the hot-house atmosphere of Paris and finally to Jersey, where they found the space and freedom to develop their ideas but where they were to suffer imprisonment during the Nazi occupation for their Resistance activities.

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    Expanding the Universe: The Hubble Space Telescope

    R750

    With investigations into everything from black holes to exoplanets, the Hubble Telescope has changed not only the face of astronomy but also our very sense of being in the universe. On the 30th anniversary of its launch into low-earth orbit, this updated edition of Expanding Universe presents 30 brand new images, unveiling more hidden gems from the Hubble’s archives.

    Ultra-high resolution and taken with almost no background light, these pictures have answered some of the most compelling questions of time and space while also revealing new mysteries, like the strange “dark energy” that sees the universe expanding at an ever-accelerating rate.

  • Helmut Newton: Photofile

    R160

    Helmut Newton (1920-2004) was born in Berlin. He lived and worked all over the world and was one of the most internationally famous and controversial photographers of his time. His shots of haute couture and the beau monde are instantly recognizable, having appeared in virtually every major magazine in Europe and the United States.

  • Imprint

    R780

    Born in Nagoya in 1964, Hibi has lived in New York since 1988. Trained as an actor and filmmaker, he began making still photographs shortly after his arrival in the United States. He found himself as much at home, and as much a stranger, in his new surroundings as he had in his old. Imprint opens with a facsimile of a handwritten note dated 1988, written to a friend in Japan, which serves as an introduction to the pictures that follow.

  • L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped by Christo and Jeanne-Claude

    R625

    Like most of Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s work, L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped is temporary and runs for 16 days from Saturday, September 18 to Sunday, October 3, 2021. Carried out in close collaboration with the Centre des Monuments Nationaux, the historic structure is wrapped in recyclable polypropylene fabric in silvery blue and recyclable red rope. The project is the posthumous realisation of a long-held dream for Christo and Jeanne-Claude, who first drew up plans to wrap the Arc de Triomphe in 1961 while renting a small room near the monument.

  • Melanie Pullen: High Fashion Crime Scenes

    R750

    High Fashion Crime Scenes, presents her breathtakingly beautiful works based on vintage crime scene images, first-hand accounts, and documents Pullen mined from the files of the lapd.

  • PERSpective

    R250

    Part memoir, part guidebook, PERspective takes the reader along Per Ostberg’s uneven path of self-discovery as he lays bare the life of the expat and the challenges that lie ahead. He combines his own candid personal stories from 25 years of expat life in 84 countries with formal research such as Professor Geert Hofstede’s intercultural management perspectives.

  • Phosphorescence

    R200

    Paperback book. Photographs of the Island of Nauru. 21 x 30 x 1 cm.

  • Robert Frank: The Complete Film Works: Volume 2

    R1800

    Here is volume two of Robert Frank’s long-awaited Complete Film Works.

  • See/Saw : Looking at Photographs

    R560

    It shows us how a photograph can simultaneously record and invent the world, and reveals a master seer at work. In the spirit of the intellectual curiosity of Berger, Sontag and Didion, Geoff Dyer helps us to see the world around us, and within us, afresh.

  • Shop Cats of Hong Kong

    R290

    Against a background of Hong Kong’s bustling dried goods trade, dusty shelves groaning with traditional products, the beloved cats either stand out as shop mascots or magically melt away behind boxes and jars. Meanwhile, their innermost thoughts, delivered deadpan, are revealed through Ian Row’s intuitive haiku and stories.