Autobahn by Jörg Brüggenmann
“Cloe.” is a Book containing nude photos of the beautiful Cloe captured by photographer Leonardo Glauso.
Leonardo Glauso was born in Florence in 1989. He has a degree in Graphic Design and has studied Photography in Florence for a year. He got into fashion photography and he has improved since then. Italian fashion photographer, editor and founder of international fashion publication, Resuer Magazine.
Product Dimensions : 7.99 x 0.31 x 10 inches
Founded in 1992, Ray Gun was the only magazine wherein a die-hard culture seeker could find information on alternative music and the street-inspired style that really mattered. Punk rock had torn pop music to shreds and created a hunger for an original lifestyle beyond mainstream culture, and Ray Gun was its graphic chronicler: across its pages blasted a visual feast made up of era-defining artists such as Sonic Youth or Iggy Pop, music-inspired art, and a complete redefinition of sartorial style. The magazine’s original art director, David Carson, and his peers who followed, created an entirely new visual culture that shattered the limitations of graphic design.
Ray Gun was as radical as the lifestyle it reported on, deeply committed to visually representing an alternative culture as a new way of seeing and being in the world. With over 200 full-color photographs, Ray Gun: The Bible of Music and Style gathers the most outrageous pages from the magazine that helped to shape the ’90s. This epic anthology features exclusive photographs and articles on rock legends such as R.E.M., HenryRollins, Jane’s Addiction, The Pixies, Dinosaur Jr., U2, Marilyn Manson, Smashing Pumpkins, NineInch Nails, Mudhoney, Pearl Jam, Bjork, Morrissey, PJ Harvey, Beastie Boys, Soundgarden, Beck and an exclusive interview with David Bowie.
Marvin Scott Jarrett is a celebrated creative force in the worlds of publishing, film, and television, as well as founder of Ray Gun and Nylon. Liz Phair is a legendary alt-rock goddess; Wayne Coyne is frontman of The Flaming Lips; Dean Kuipers is an arts and environmental writer; Steven Heller is an art director and co-chair of the MFA Design Department at the School of Visual Arts.
Anni & Josef Albers
Equal and Unequal
Nicholas Fox Weber
A spectacular and unprecedented visual biography of the leading pioneers and protagonists of modern art and design.
Josef – painter, designer, and teacher – and Anni Albers – textile artist and printmaker – are among the twentieth century’s most important abstract artists, and this is the first monograph to celebrate the rich creative output and beguiling relationship of these two masters in one elegant volume. It presents their life and work as never before, from their formative years at the Bauhaus in Germany to their remarkable influence at Black Mountain College in the United States through their intensely productive period in Connecticut.
Size: 305 x 238 mm (12 x 9 3/8 in)
Pages: 512 pp
Illustrations: 750 illustrations
By Erin O’Keefe
The photographs in Erin O’Keefe’s Built Work are both straightforward and strange. The objects are ordinary, yet the space they occupy is curious, flat, twisted, impossible to measure with certainty. The camera’s lens mediates this collision of known and unknown. Spatial ambiguity and tactile certainty are in a tense standoff within each image.
The title of the series Built Work is a term that architects use to refer to realised projects. Here it refers to both the subject matter of the photographs, and the images themselves, which are quite literally built from the layering of real spatial situations with the camera’s uncanny translations.
145mm x 200mm
Foil blocked soft cover
With signed print
Poem by John Crowe Ransom
First edition of 100
In Foetu (Limited Edition 250 Copies + signed C print)
What is this body wearing traces of my pregnancy, my plumpness, my body deformity where only the slightest change can lead to mental distress?
Who is this stranger with whom I mutate, finding ourselves in a cellular osmosis evolving together, speaking to each other through our skin, losing ourselves, trusting each other, loving each other, consoling each other?
And what if I was only aware of my pregnancy through the look of this being? A look that lives the same story as I do.
Would that be the key to the evolution of my body that belongs to me but that I don’t control?
For together we can do away with the fear of the unknown and play with our emotions filtered from the outside, becoming memories to share, marking our skin, welding our souls, my fetus, my flesh.
In a dark room where one can see a subdued light, I explore the links between the mother and the unborn child, and the conscious and unconscious communication throughout nine months of pregnancy.
This intimate, poetic and almost psychoanalytical pictorial series of the moment a mother becomes vestal is derived from a desire to strengthen links between the mother and her future child.
In this sense, the gaze is projected in a game of resonance between two separate bodies but linked by an unconscious magic. These photographs evoke a quest for the future mother and a quest for self, where each figure appropriates their body in their own way in a dark ultrasound atmosphere where almost statuary bodies communicate with solemnity and power.
In Foetu is a testimony of a pregnant woman.