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In Stock at photo-eye: Out of Print

Books In Stock at photo-eye: Out of Print Four out of print titles from Daido Moriyama, Edward Burtynsky, Morten Andersen and Stephen Gill.

This week we're excited to feature a selection of books from our out-of-print collection in Santa Fe. Due to limited availability, purchase links will put you in touch with us via email. The images shown below depict the actual books for sale. Questions? Send us an email.

Photographs by Daido Moriyama
Rathole Gallery, 2008

In new condition. Oversized limited edition of 1500 copies signed by Moriyama.
SOLD — Purchase Book

"Early summer in 1978, Moriyama stayed in Hokkaido, in the northern part of Japan, for three months renting a room at apartment. At that period, he took so many photographs. Such huge number of just developed negative films have not printed for about 30 years until this year.

Once, my mind is filled with many towns in Hokkaido. I wonder where the beating when I was crossing in the Tsugaru strait is gone even now. Thirteen years ago, some editor suggested me to publish the photographs then. Three years ago, the publisher was decided. And now, the book is realized. —Daido Moriyama"—from the publisher

Residual Landscapes: Studies of Industrial Transfiguration
Photographs by Edward Burtynsky
Lumiere Press, 2001

In new condition. Signed in a limited edition of 200.
SOLD — Purchase Book

"Burtynsky's large-format color photographs of industrial landscapes (including various rock quarries) and ship graveyards are becoming well-known on an international level, and for good reason. Incredibly, this is the only publication on the artist's work, printed in an edition of 200 numbered copies."—from the publisher

Oslo F.
Photographs by Morten Andersen
Self-Published, 2005

Lightly bumped corner, otherwise in new condition. Signed by Andersen.
$110 — Purchase Book

"A day in the life of a young Norwegian. These black and white images juxtopose intimate moments with cityscapes and reflections on nature. There is a strong sense of the photographer's gaze on every page."—from the publisher

Warming Down
Photographs by Stephen Gill
Nobody Press, 2008

Limited edition of 130 signed and number handmade books each is constructed from a musical score formally part of the Hackney Library. Title for this copy is The Art of Fugue Min. Score — Bach copyright 1951. Covers are worn, typical of a library book and includes pencil notations above portions of the score — all of which enhance the book as object. A truly beautiful and unique handmade artist book.
photo-eye has a second copy available constructed from The Ruins of Athens Overture  — Beethoven. Email for more information.
$1650 — Purchase Book

"This book again features images taken in Hackney Wick and is hopefully (maybe) the last in what was a six year obsession exploring and photographing in and around Hackney Wick and bicycle and camera. This new book features 15 hand c-type prints, letter press and a sun etched lino print, all housed in an ex Hackney Library music score book."—from the publisher