Fables of Faubus

Published December 2018
300 x 230 mm
240 pp, 140 duotone and full-colour illustrations
Paperback
Essays by Stuart Cosgrove, David Chandler,
Ken Grant, Val Williams
ISBN 978-1-910401-10-1

Signed and special editions available

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Fables of Faubus is a retrospective monograph of work by British documentary photographer Paul Reas, spanning 30 years and featuring previously unpublished works. Strongly influenced by his working-class upbringing in Bradford, he used humour and sharp observation to comment on a new corporate and commercial world epitomised by heritage industry sites, retail parks, and supermarkets.

Fables of Faubus – SIGNED

Published December 2018
300 x 230 mm
240 pp, 140 duotone and full-colour illustrations
Paperback, signed by the photographer
Essays by Stuart Cosgrove, David Chandler, Ken Grant, Val Williams
ISBN 978-1-910401-10-1

Standard edition available

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Fables of Faubus is a retrospective monograph of work by British documentary photographer Paul Reas, spanning 30 years and featuring previously unpublished works. Strongly influenced by his working-class upbringing in Bradford, he used humour and sharp observation to comment on a new corporate and commercial world epitomised by heritage industry sites, retail parks, and supermarkets.

Flamingo – SIGNED

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

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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.

Found, Not Lost

Published February 2021 in the UK and May 2021 in the US
215 x 290 mm, 232 pp
171 duotone images
Hardback
ISBN 978-1-910401-31-6

Two Special Editions with prints are available here and here

Press: FRAMES magazine Washington Post, Corriere della Sera, Nowhere Diary, POLKA, Brooklyn Rail, Glltn, FT How to Spend It, Blind magazine, Digital Camera World, The Eye of Photography, Independent, De Standaard, Magnumphotos.com, Observer New Review

Awards: Shortlisted PHotoESPAÑA 2021 Awards 2021, International category

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In my nineties, my work looks different than I’ve ever seen it before… There’s a time for photographs that say hello, and there’s a time to listen.’  – Elliott Erwitt

Over 170 previously unseen images by photographer Elliott Erwitt will be published for the first time in Found, Not Lost. Spanning more than sixty years, the photographs in the book, often taken during lulls or breaks between assignments in his prolific career, have been selected, edited and sequenced by Erwitt himself.

Freedom or Death

LAST FEW REMAINING COPIES

Published November 2019
165 x 210 mm, 176 pp
87 full colour images
Hardback clothbound, foil debossed
ISBN 978-1-910401-39-2

Special edition 10×8 available
Special edition 12×10 available

Press: The Guardian, BJP, Collector Daily

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Thirty years ago, photographer Gideon Mendel left a box of negatives and transparencies in storage in a friend’s garage in Johannesburg. At some point the box was rained upon and the top layers damaged. The affected photographs were from Mendel’s documentation of the final years of apartheid when he had witnessed the nationwide township uprising and scenes of mobilization, conflict and tragedy. This act of happenstance led to Mendel revisiting and re-engaging with his archives, and the gradual creation of this book Freedom or Death.

Ganga Ma

LAST FEW REMAINING COPIES

Published June 2019
165 x 240mm
136pp, Hardback
Texts by author and environmental activist, Dr Vandana Shiva
and curator Eimear Martin.
ISBN 978-1-910401-28-6

Signed and Special edition available

Press: India Today, BJPInternazionale

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Ganga Ma is the result of a ten-year photographic journey along the Ganges by Giulio Di Sturco, documenting the effects of pollution, industrialisation and climate change. The project follows the river for over 2500 miles, from its source in the Himalayas in India through to its delta in the Bay of Bengal in Bangladesh.

Ganga Ma – Signed

Published June 2019
165 x 240mm
136pp, Hardback
Texts by author and environmental activist, Dr Vandana Shiva
and curator Eimear Martin.
ISBN 978-1-910401-28-6

Special edition available

Press: India Today, BJPInternazionale

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Ganga Ma is the result of a ten-year photographic journey along the Ganges by Giulio Di Sturco, documenting the effects of pollution, industrialisation and climate change. The project follows the river for over 2500 miles, from its source in the Himalayas in India through to its delta in the Bay of Bengal in Bangladesh.

Good Morning, America (Volume I)

Published February 2019
317 x 245 mm, 136 pp
12 foldout pages, 57 full colour images
Hardback, clothbound
ISBN 978-1-910401-20-0 

Signed and special edition available
Volumes I-V special edition available

A limited number of copies are still available directly from Mark Power’s bookshop.

Press: Washington PostCollector Daily

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Over the past six years, photographer Mark Power has travelled across the US to create a complex visual narrative of a country in the midst of change. This new book, Good Morning, America (Volume I), represents a personal and timely exploration of both the American cultural and physical landscape, and the divergence of reality and myth.

Good Morning, America (Volume I) – SIGNED

Published February 2019
317 x 245 mm, 136 pp
12 foldout pages, 57 full colour images
Hardback, clothbound
Signed by the photographer
ISBN 978-1-910401-20-0

Special edition available
Volumes I – V special edition available

A limited number of copies are still available directly from Mark Power’s bookshop.

Press: Washington PostCollector Daily

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Over the past six years, photographer Mark Power has travelled across the US to create a complex visual narrative of a country in the midst of change. This new book, Good Morning, America (Volume I), represents a personal and timely exploration of both the American cultural and physical landscape, and the divergence of reality and myth.

GOOD MORNING, AMERICA (Volume II)

Published July 2019
317 x 245 mm, 166 pp
15 foldouts, 70 full colour images
Hardback clothbound, foil debossed
ISBN 978-1-910401-32-3 

Signed and Special editions available
Volumes I-V special edition available

Press: The Guardian, Elephant

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Good Morning, America (Volume II) is the second in an ongoing series of five books by photographer Mark Power – a visual narrative of a country in the midst of change. This 10-year project is a personal and timely exploration of both the American cultural and physical landscape, and the divergence of reality and myth.

GOOD MORNING, AMERICA (Volume II) – SIGNED

Published July 2019
317 x 245 mm, 166 pp
15 foldouts, 70 full colour images
Hardback clothbound, foil debossed
Signed by the photographer
ISBN 978-1-910401-32-3

Special edition available
Volumes I-V special edition available

Press: The Guardian, Elephant

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Good Morning, America (Volume II) is the second in an ongoing series of five books by photographer Mark Power – a visual narrative of a country in the midst of change. This 10-year project is a personal and timely exploration of both the American cultural and physical landscape, and the divergence of reality and myth.

Good Morning, America (Volume III)

Published December 2020

317 x 245 mm, 136 pp
59 full colour images, 12 foldout pages
Hardback, clothbound
978-1-910401-49-1

Signed and special edition available
Volumes I-V special edition available

Press: Aesthetica, Creative Review, BJP

Good Morning, America (Volume III) is the third in an ongoing series of five books by photographer Mark Power exploring the cultural and physical landscape of the US. When Power began this project in 2012 he could not have predicted the seismic changes wrought by both politics and pandemic on America in this period. This new book, the halfway point for the series, continues the visual chronicle – but under very different circumstances than when he began.

Good Morning, America (Volume III)- SIGNED

Published December 2020

317 x 245 mm, 136 pp
59 full colour images, 12 foldout pages
Hardback, clothbound
978-1-910401-49-1

Standard Edition and special edition available
Volumes I-V special edition available

Good Morning, America (Volume III) is the third in an ongoing series of five books by photographer Mark Power exploring the cultural and physical landscape of the US. When Power began this project in 2012 he could not have predicted the seismic changes wrought by both politics and pandemic on America in this period. This new book, the halfway point for the series, continues the visual chronicle – but under very different circumstances than when he began.

Good Sick – SIGNED

Published April 2018
Limited to 650 copies (signed)
220 x 288 mm portrait format
96 pp / 44 colour illustrations
Hardback clothbound
ISBN 978-1-910401-19-4

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While all the photographs were made in Philadelphia, the project is not about that specific place. The city serves as a microcosm to discuss issues tearing apart the fabric of our social landscape. The title is slang for the nausea that comes after injecting heroin and it also serves as a tool to communicate the duality of terror and beauty that is epresented throughout the book.’

Hayal & Hakikat: A Handbook of Forgiveness & A Handbook of Punishment

Published September 2020

Co-Edition with FiLBooks
210 x 157 mm
3 book blocks (160 pages + 64 pages + 16 pages)
112 duotone images
Ziczac hardcover bound
Essay by Refik Akyüz Translated by Orhan Cem Çetin
978-1-910401-50-7

Press: Photomonitor, GUP MagazineBJP, Collector Daily

Awards: PHotoESPAÑA 2021 Awards, International category – Winner | Longlisted for Kraszna-Krausz Book Awards 2021 | Shortlisted for Rencontres d’Arles Book Awards 2021 – Historical category |Shortlisted for PhotoBook of the Year in the Aperture Paris PhotoBook Awards 2020,

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The photographs in this book depict the hands of prisoners from the early 20th century, drawn from the photograph albums of Abdul Hamid II, the 34th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire. Abdul Hamid II had been moved by pseudo-scientific information he read in a crime novel that “any criminal with a thumb joint longer than the index finger joint, is inclined to murder.” To this end, the photographs in this book show the subjects’ hands for the purpose of classification. The fate of the individual prisoners remains unknown as there is no record of the verdict of Abdul Hamid II after viewing the hands awaiting forgiveness.

Hong Kong Parr

Published 2014
in collaboration with Blindspot
200 x 260mm
112 pages + 24 page booklet
Vinyl flexi-cover
ISBN 978-1-910401-00-2

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Hong Kong Parr is a new publication by award winning photographer Martin Parr, to coincide with his first solo exhibition in Hong Kong at Blindspot Gallery. Parr’s photographs of the city, taken in 2013, capture the barrage of fashion, food and colour in Hong Kong, one of the most densely populated cities in the world.

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