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Books In Stock at photo-eye Bookstore: SALE Four great deals on titles from Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs, Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine, Erik Schubert and Daido Moriyama, all in stock at photo-eye Bookstore.

Raise the Bar
Photographs by Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs
RVB Books & LE BAL
$40.00 SALE: $29.95 SIGNED

"The 'Building Berlin / Constructions' Series was photographed in Berlin's empty lots between 2009 and 2012 on 8x10 Inch Negative Material. The stills are from 'Blockbuster', a 5mn, 16mm Black and White Film, made in Berlin 2012, starring Patrick Holderness, Camera Berbank-Green."—the publisher

A Perpetual Season
Photographs by Grégoire Pujade-Lauraine
$50 SALE: $29.95 SIGEND

"A Perpetual Season lays a photographic trail through a dream-like city, offering glimpses into a network of spaces that loom as silent witnesses to some forgotten order. Recurring concrete shapes and perplexed human beings punctuate the journey with a faintly elegiac tone which conjures up an inverted Arcadia, illuminated by the hopes and visions of a bygone era."—the publisher

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How to Win Friends and Influence People
Photographs by Erik Schubert
$45 SALE: $27 SIGNED

"At a young age, it was instilled in Erik Schubert that the mythology of Dale Carnegie's classic book How to Win Friends and Influence People was one that predicted success and happiness in life. The book was widely published and accepted by business people and corporate planners all over the world, including Schubert's father. Borrowing this infamous title as the starting point for his first artist book, Schubert considers how our appetite for success shapes our visual world."—the publisher

Read the review by Christopher J. Johnson on photo-eye Blog

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View from the Laboratory
Photographs by Daido Moriyama
Kawade Shobo
$81.50 SALE: $56.95

Selected as one of the Best Books of 2013 by Hisako Motoo

"Moriyama published the photography series titled The Letter to St. Loup around 20 years ago as the homage to Niepce. He recently visited there and took photographs. Each photograph is very quiet and filled with Moriyama's pleasure. The tone of black ink is really beautiful."—Hisako Motoo

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