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Carlos Spottorno follows up The Pigs, his acute commentary on the Eurozone crisis with Wealth Management. "This is a look into the world of the ultra rich and their agents." Sample images.
The Kraszna-Krausz award 2015 for the best photography book has been won by the Archive of Modern Conflict for their publication Amore e Piombo: the photography of extremes in 1970s Italy. Sample images.
Daido Moriyama’s New Shinjuku is a re-edited publication of his highly sought after and acclaimed photobook Shinjuku.  The 752 bound pages contain 641 full bleed black-and-white images, including more than 100 previously unpublished .Sample images.
Triplekite Books continue to build a reputation as an innovative publisher of contemporary landscape and nature photography with three slim volumes selling at a very reasonable £18.50 each. Publisher David Breen explains the rationale for the new format: "“These are the first three releases in our intended new series of smaller, accessible, landscape photography books. The format allows us to showcase lesser known artists, project work, or smaller bodies of work. Despite the accessible pricing and size, the production standards will be exactly the same as all our books. We hope to release a number of these each year building up an ever growing collection.”
Having already had success with Hans Strand’s Iceland, they now publish a selection of his landscape details in Intimate 1. Sample images.
Next there’s Greg Whitton’s Mountainscape, colour landscapes of mountain ranges in the United Kingdom. Signed copies. Sample images.
Finally from Triplekite there’s Chris Friel’s Framed, a collection of semi-abstract colour images using digital cameras and a combination of tilt-shift lenses, long exposures and intentional camera movement. Signed copies. Sample images.
The National Museum of Scotland are celebrating the early years of Scottish photography in a major exhibition, Photography: a Victorian Sensation, running till 22 November. The accompanying publication Scottish Photography: the first 30 years is available in both hardback and paperback
The Civil Dawns brings together a series of Darren Almond's photographs of Monet’s Giverny garden taken at dawn with another series taken at the same time of day at Mount Hiei in Japan. This is in an edition of 500. Sample images.
Southern Rites is the culmination of Gillian Laub’s twelve-year study in the state of Georgia of one community’s struggle to confront longstanding issues of race and equality. Sample images.
Wim Wenders’ America selects 34 photos from the still images taken by the German filmmaker in the United States from the end of the 70s until 2003. Sample images.
House of Coates, Alec Soth’s collaboration with writer Brad Zellar, has been out of print for some time but is now available in a new paperback edition. Sample images (taken from the original edition) here.
Prophet is a sequence of 49 recent photographs by Geert Goiris, most taken in Norway and North America. It comes with a signed and numbered print. Limited edition of 500 copies. Sample images.
Muhit is a powerful sequence of images by Ilkin Huseynov, an Azerbaijani photographer who returned to the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh which had been a war zone during his own childhood. This is a second edition of 400 signed copies. Sample images.
Finally three titles from the Chinese publisher Jiazazhi. First there’s Thomas Sauvin’s Until Death Do Us Part which focuses on the unexpected role cigarettes play in Chinese weddings. Signed copies. Sample images.
Coastline is by Zhang Xiao, whose Shanxi has previously sold well for us. Zhang Xiao visited thousands of miles of China’s coast over a four year period and found the pace of the country’s transformation to be starkest in these areas. This is in a signed and numbered edition of 600. Sample images.
Finally from Jiazazhi there’s Digital Building by Liu Yuan. Using exclusively black-and-white images and a 35mm film camera, Liu creates a loose but powerful abstract narrative. Limited edition of 500 signed & numbered copies. Sample images.


Books recently taken into stock and selling well include Trent Parke’s The Black Rose, signed copies of Ciaran og Arnold’s I Went to the Worst of Bars…, Eyes Wide Open: 100 Years of Leica, Michael Marten’s (signed) Godrevy, Masahisa Fukase’s Slaughter and Alexander Gronsky’s excellent little volume Norilsk
We will be running a bookstall at a pop-up Photobook Market at Street Level Gallery, Glasgow on Saturday 27th June, from 11am – 4.30pm. Please come along if you’re in the area. 
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