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    Published for the first time in 1970, Made in Germany is an important photographic testimony of post-war Germany.

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    “This is not documentary. It is much more exciting to see this book as a cinematic haiku, or a photographic and poetic short story, amazed by the intensity and grace of the moment, far beyond memory (...)". Inge Henneman

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    For the exhibition, LE BAL and the editions Xavier Barral co-publish the book Dark Knees, winner of the 2014 Paris-Photo-Aperture book prize.

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    A book-object, somewhat alien and undoubtedly one of the best of the serial publisher Erik Van der Weijde.

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    With these images, Van Kesteren composes a book of more than 250 photographs, printed on magazine paper and interspersed with titles written in red on white pages, which are a list of chapters, organized chronologically. This particular object bears the enigmatic and beautifully simple title of «  Why Mister, Why? » » .

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    Stéphane Duroy's special edition of "Unknown" has arrived at the bookstore! 16 different boxsets including the sold out and signed edition of the book « Unknown », our catalog and a signed print.

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    Along with an essay by David Travis, Curator of Photography at the Art Institute of Chicago since 1972, this volume collects more than 100 images of a time that's both historically important and emotionally resonant, one in which, as Sterling says, "opportunity is revealed and must be exploited."

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    Very provocative, the famous Mikhailov’s photographs document the daily life of homeless people (also known as Bomzhes) living in post-communist Eastern Europe after the disappearance of the Soviet Union. These are ruthless and flawless representations of poverty and of communities living on the sidelines of Russia's new economic regime, without any help...

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