Flamingo

Published 14 November 2017
72 pages
215 x 330mm (portrait)
Full colour
Hardback, silk screen cover, 6 different coloured covers
Foiled title page and a die cut through the whole book.
ISBN 978-1-910401-16-3

Signed edition available

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The images reproduced in Flamingo, the second monograph by artist Chloe Sells, are adapted from photographs taken in the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans in Botswana, one of the largest breeding grounds for flamingos in the Southern Hemisphere.

Hyenas of the Battlefield, Machines in the Garden

Published January 2015
216 x 280 mm
192 pages
Silkscreen printing soft cover
Essays by Julian Stallabras and Eugénie Shinkle
ISBN 978-0-9574272-9-7

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Hyenas of the Battlefield, Machines in the Garden by Lisa Barnard, is a study into the ‘unholy alliance’ between the military, the entertainment industry and technology and the role of the screen in these relationships.

 

Pittsburgh 1950

LAST FEW REMAINING COPIES

Published August 2017
225 x 305 mm
136 pages
Hardback clothbound screen printed cover w/ Jacket
ISBN 978-1-910401-12-5

Signed and special edition available

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(…) Erwitt’s photographs captured the humanity and spirit of the people of the city against the angular industrial architecture. (…) Erwitt was forced to abandon the project, leaving his negatives behind. For decades, the negatives were held at the Pennsylvania Department of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, and as a result, a majority of the photographs in this book have neither been published nor exhibited before.

Pittsburgh 1950 – SIGNED

Published August 2017
Hardback clothbound screen printed cover w/ Jacket
136 pages
225 x 305 mm
ISBN 978-1-910401-12-5

Special edition available

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(…) Erwitt’s photographs captured the humanity and spirit of the people of the city against the angular industrial architecture. (…) Erwitt was forced to abandon the project, leaving his negatives behind. For decades, the negatives were held at the Pennsylvania Department of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, and as a result, a majority of the photographs in this book have neither been published nor exhibited before.

The First March of Gentlemen Special Edition

Second Edition
Published April 2018
Limited edition of 100
Text by Maciej Pisuk, Rafal Milach, Karol Szymkowiak
Design by Rafal Milach & Ania Nacka-Milach
Includes 2 signed and numbered Inkjet prints sized 14,5 x 12 cm
165 x 207 mm portrait format
72 pp, 48 illustrations
Hardback
ISBN 978-1-910401-17-0

Please note, Special Editions are not processed through our warehouse but individually condition checked and packaged by hand to avoid any damage. As a result, please allow extra time for your Special Edition to arrive. We will keep you updated on the progress of your order and we can be contacted on orders@gostbooks.com with any queries.

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In The First March of Gentlemen, Rafal Milach creates a fictitious narrative composed of authentic stories. He retells the historical childrens’ strike in Września in Poland from the early 20th Century, through collaged archive photographs from the 1950s and 1960. By blending these elements, he has created a new narrative, to be read as a playful metaphor for the political situation of the present. This project was created by the Deutsche Borse shortlisted photographer on the Kolekcja Września residency programme in 2016.

The Last Testament – SIGNED

Published by Aperture / GOST September 2017
165 x 240 mm
176 full colour images
Flexi cloth covered, foil debossed, with a bookmark ribbon
ISBN 978-1-59711-428-8

Special edition available

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In 2014, Magnum photographer Jonas Bendiksen embarked upon a project to chronicle seven men who publicly claim to be the biblical Messiah. This project took Bendiksen on a journey from England, Brazil, Russia, South Africa, Zambia, Japan and the Philippines to document these seven men, united in their faith that they themselves are the Chosen One, and have come to save the world.

The Parallel State – 5 Posters

Published in December 2018
770 x 530 mm (portrait)
A2 replica of a vintage Turkish movie poster from the book The Parallel State by photographer Guy Martin
– 5 different posters

The Parallel State Special Edition

Published in December 2018
Limited edition of 100 copies
Included in the book is a signed and numbered
6’x8’ inch C-Type print on Fuji Crystal Archive
photographic paper.

245 x 185 mm (portrait)
232 pp, 135 full colour illustrations, 5 alternate sections on thinner stock
Hardback, paperbound foil block French folded jacket that opens up
to A2 replicaof a vintage Turkish movie poster – 5 different jackets
Essays by Pelin Turgut, Piotr Zalweski
ISBN 978-1-910401-22-4

Please be aware that when ordering a book, a cover will be allocated
to you at random.

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The Parallel State by photographer Guy Martin is a multi-layered project which began life as an examination of the Turkish soap opera and film industry, but evolved over the course of five years, into a semi-fictional study of truth, reality and lies in contemporary Turkey.

 

Trilogy

Published in October 2018
210 x 290 mm
400 pp, Duotone throughout
Hardback, clothbound
ISBN 978-1-910401-25-5

Signed edition available

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Trilogy, by Lu Nan draws together three series of the photographer’s work created over the course of 15 years; The Forgotten People, a haunting study of the living conditions of China’s psychiatric patients, On the Road, a document of the daily lives of Catholics in China and Four Seasons, a chronicle of the lives of rural peasants in Tibet.

Trilogy – SIGNED

Published in October 2018
210 x 290 mm
400 pp, Duotone throughout
Hardback, clothbound with a ‘tipped-in’ handmade
Japanese paper 60 gsm signed by the photographer
ISBN 978-1-910401-25-5

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Trilogy, by Lu Nan draws together three series of the photographer’s work created over the course of 15 years; The Forgotten People, a haunting study
of the living conditions of China’s psychiatric patients, On the Road, a document of the daily lives of Catholics in China and Four Seasons, a chronicle of the lives of rural peasants in Tibet.

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