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Books In Stock Best Books of 2013 5 in stock titles from the Best Books of 2013.

New York Arbor
By Mitch Epstein

Selected as a Best Book of 2013 by:
John Gossage
Christopher McCall
Douglas Stockdale

"Trees of New York City. What a dumb and easy idea, unless you do it perfectly with eloquence." —John Gossage

Read George Slade's review of New York Arbor on photo-eye Blog.

By Morten Andersen
$70.00 Signed

Selected as a Best Book of 2013 by:
Chiara Capodici & Fiorenza Pinna of 3/3

"With this book it seems that Morten Andersen extremizes his tendency to freedom from structures and categories. Untitled.Cities plays with science fiction and photography, apparently refusing to pay too much attention to design choices. The shiny white – almost absent -cover, the common paper and layout, together with a confusing sequence generates a powerful anti-object with a live content, ready to be destroyed and recomposed on a wall or in another similarly powerful book." —Chiara Capodici & Fiorenza Pinna of 3/3

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Across the Ravaged Land
By Nick Brandt
$65.00 Signed

Selected as a Best Book of 2013 by:
Anne Kelly

"Across the Ravaged Land is final volume in Nick Brandt's trilogy of books that depict the animals of East Africa in their natural world. Brandt’s images are not your traditional wildlife photographs — Brandt creates intimate and emotional portraits that monumentalize his subjects. This final chapter is a darker vision than the first two volumes, reflecting the deviation that he has witnessed over the past decade as he has watched the wildlife disappear at the hands of man. Though some of the imagery is a bit more difficult, it is moving and poetic. Printed at the Meridian Press, Across the Ravaged Land offers 50 exquisitely printed tritone plates." —Anne Kelly

By David Campany

Selected as a Best Book of 2013 by:
Jeffrey Ladd

"In Gasoline, David Campany gathers thirty-five archival press photographs from the mid-40s to the mid-90s that depict the humble gas, gas station and the surrounding landscape. Elegiac, humorous, tragic and pointed, Gasoline is an astute and poignant reminder of the iconography and architecture of our lingering addiction." —from the review by Adam Bell

Notes from the Foundry
Photographs by Gregory Halpern, Darin Mickey, Corine Vermuelen, Andrew Borowiec, David La Spina, Suzanna Zak, Daniel Shea, Susan Lipper, Andrew Moore, John Lehr, Nicholas Gottlund, Jacob Koestler, Ross Mantle, Zoe Strauss, Sean Stewart, and Todd Hido. $22.00

Selected as a Best Book of 2013 by:
Christopher McCall

"Culling the work of photographers from a Midwestern region historically known as 'the foundry,' Notes from the Foundry is the first offering from Pittsburgh based Spaces Corners. A small, well-crafted, perfect bound book with exceptional design and feel. An interesting group of image makers in the right hands… rarely does a compellation edit make so much sense. Like the best 80s mix tape you have ever heard." —Christopher McCall

Read Blake Andrews' review of Notes From the Foundry on photo-eye Blog.

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