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The limited edition is designed by Irma Boom Office, including the monograph Xteriors 2001-2015 and a special edition framed print of Xteriors V, signed and numbered by the artist.
This is the book of Davide Sorrenti’s fashion photography, made between the years of 1995-1997.
A comprehensive monograph on the work of KAWS, one of the most sought-after artists and creative forces of our time. Now in a black and pink edition.
A comprehensive monograph on the work of KAWS, one of the most sought-after artists and creative forces of our time.
Long awaited, the first survey of the work of one of America's foremost contemporary fine art photographers, Catherine Opie.
Ming Smith’s poetic and experimental images are icons of twentieth-century African American life.
An evocative and personal chef monograph - and an ode to wood-fired cooking - from Yoshihiro Imai, Japan's exciting emerging chef.
A reprinted edition eight years after the magazine’s first monograph dedicated to Vincent Van Duysen, featuring the Belgian architect’s latest work.
A special edition box of Women, the first monograph of British Los Angeles based photographer Nadia Lee Cohen. Six years in the making. Featuring 100 extra unordinary portraits.
Third print of the first monograph of British Los Angeles based photographer Nadia Lee Cohen.
The most in-depth and comprehensive survey of the life and career of one of the pioneering artists of the original graffiti generation.
An in-depth monograph of M/M, one of Europe’s most inventive and distinguished graphic-design studios.
This monograph explores each of Ai’s career phases up until his release from Chinese custody. It features extensive visual material to trace Ai’s development from his early New York days right through to his recent practice.
A special twentieth anniversary edition of the only definitive publication on one of the most respected and influential fashion designers of our time.
"The Suffering of Light" is the first comprehensive monograph charting the career of acclaimed American photographer Alex Webb.
Presented in two volumes with a beautiful acrylic slipcase, the book includes all of Kuramata’s work, depicted in never-before-published photographs and drawings from the Kuramata archives.