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Books In Stock at photo-eye: Sale Four newly marked down titles from Paul Kranzler, Johan van der Keuken, J.H. Engström and Margaret Stratton, all in stock at photo-eye Bookstore.

Photographs by Paul Kranzler published by Fotohof Editions
Signed $65 $37.95 — Purchase Book

"Tom is a photo-reportage over the domestic circumstances of a young man reaching puberty. Tom lives in a small village in the countryside in Upper-Austria. He works at a construction company, lives together with his mother, his stepfather and his stepbrother on a desolate farm in the middle of nowhere… From 2004 until 2006, Paul Kranzler photographed Tom, his family and his surroundings."—Fotohof Editions

Paris Mortel

Photographs by Johan van der Keuken published by Van Zoetendaal Publishers
$87 $55 — Purchase Book

Selected as one of the Best Books of 2013 by:
Jeffrey Ladd

"In 1956 Johan van der Keuken (1938-2001) moved from Amsterdam to Paris to study at the School of Film. There Van der Keuken took thousands of photographs, the city acting as a background to his feelings of desolation. In 1963 a selection of these were published in a book called 'Paris Mortel'. The complete book, including the original dummy Van der Keuken made and a few previously unpublished photographs are collected in this publication."—Van Zoetendaal Publishers

Ende Und Anfang: Early Trips
Photographs by J.H. Engström published by Andre Frere Editions
$70 $39.95 — Purchase Book

"J.H. Engström is one of those photographers who introduced the Swedish photography in the world of contemporary art over the past decade. Since his success with the book Trying to Dance that Robert Frank praised so much, J.H. Engström has received numerous awards and has published numerous books, including From Back Home with his friend Anders Petersen.

Today, J.H. Engström is back with images taken in his youth and offers us a moving 'road trip' through Europe and the United States in the last century, seen through the always amazed eye of the photographer."—Andre Frere Editions

The Living and the Dead: The Neapolitan Cult of the Skull
Photographs by Margaret Stratton published by Center for American Places
$37.50 $19.95— Purchase Book

"Snaking beneath the streets and crumbling churches of Naples is a vast system of ancient catacombs and aqueducts, many lined with skulls in seemingly endless rows stretching far back into the depths of the caverns. In The Living and the Dead, Margaret Stratton provides an unusual photographic record that documents these spaces in which Neapolitans of early Christian history sought to preserve emotional connections to the afterlife through rituals in which the tangible skull represents the ephemeral soul."—Center for American Places