Aviary Gallery
Francesca Woodman Hardcover – June 1, 2006

$75.00


A comprehensive monograph devoted to one of post-war photography’s most original figures: the precocious and brilliant American, Francesca Woodman (1958-1981). Includes a major review of her life’s work based on new research by art historian Chris Townsend; edited extracts and facsimile pages from Francesca’s journals by her father George Woodman

Francesca Woodman Hardcover – June 1, 2006

$75.00

A comprehensive monograph devoted to one of post-war photography’s most original figures: the precocious and brilliant American, Francesca Woodman (1958-1981). Includes a major review of her life’s work based on new research by art historian Chris Townsend; edited extracts and facsimile pages from Francesca’s journals by her father George Woodman

Mike Slack: Pyramids - Hardcover (September 30th 2009)
$30.00

Mike Slack’s Pyramids builds on the striking Polaroid aesthetic of his previous books, Ok Ok Ok (2002) and Scorpio (2006), rounding out a trilogy of stand-alone volumes that together contain 123 pictures. This collection records everyday details of what could be a recent past or a very near future—a dust storm in the desert, simple geometry, stairways and windows, schoolchildren on a field trip—quietly dramatic scenes energized by a sense of anticipation rather than nostalgia. Presented as physical artifacts of fictitious events to be deciphered by the viewer, the pictures also document the travels, observations and graphic fixations of the photographer, centering on a set of three identical early 1970s office buildings (in Slack’s hometown of Indianapolis), from which the book takes its title.

Mike Slack: Pyramids - Hardcover (September 30th 2009)

$30.00

Mike Slack’s Pyramids builds on the striking Polaroid aesthetic of his previous books, Ok Ok Ok (2002) and Scorpio (2006), rounding out a trilogy of stand-alone volumes that together contain 123 pictures. This collection records everyday details of what could be a recent past or a very near future—a dust storm in the desert, simple geometry, stairways and windows, schoolchildren on a field trip—quietly dramatic scenes energized by a sense of anticipation rather than nostalgia. Presented as physical artifacts of fictitious events to be deciphered by the viewer, the pictures also document the travels, observations and graphic fixations of the photographer, centering on a set of three identical early 1970s office buildings (in Slack’s hometown of Indianapolis), from which the book takes its title.


Martin Parr (Phaidon 55’s) Hardcover – October 28, 2013
$14.95

Martin Parr is an affordable, pocket-sized monograph charting the influential Magnum photographer’s entire career, beginning with his early black-and-white photographs and continuing on to major projects such as The Last Resort and Think of England. The book features an introductory essay by Sandra D. Phillips, Senior Curator of Photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.



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Martin Parr (Phaidon 55’s) Hardcover – October 28, 2013

$14.95

Martin Parr is an affordable, pocket-sized monograph charting the influential Magnum photographer’s entire career, beginning with his early black-and-white photographs and continuing on to major projects such as The Last Resort and Think of England. The book features an introductory essay by Sandra D. Phillips, Senior Curator of Photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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