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(the) Mountain(s) of Images: Publications by Batia Suter and More
<Part Two>
Original photo taken from Batia Suter's Exhibition 'Mont-Voisin' at Dam de Mauvoisin,  Switzerland, 2019. See more at https://www.batiasuter.org

In <Part One> we looked into Batia Suter's publications and how she works with images. Beyond publications specifically about Suter's work, this issue features other books that also primarily deal with large quantities of images. Whether bound by similar themes or connected through pure visual elements, these books may be good references when looking INTO images ...

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An Educational Archive of 2863 Slides
An Educational Archive of 2863 Slides
$63.00
This publication is composed of all the slides Frido Troost (1960-2013) used for his classes at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie. Troost, art historian by trade, was a pioneer in collecting photography of all sorts. The images in this book come from all kinds of sources: paintings, advertisements, erotica, art objects, portraits, etc. They form a new collection that represents Frido Troosts associative way of looking. The slides are presented in blocks of nine, in the same construct as Frido Troost gave his classes, a non-hierarchal set up that invites the viewer to link the images freely. A controversial mix that covers a big part of the history of photography.


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Album
Album
$52.00

ALBUM is a continuation of Nicola Nunziata’s research about the materiality of photographs and the photographic objecthood. During a residency fellowship started mid 2017  at the ICCD in Rome – one of the biggest photography conservation public institute in Italy – Nunziata focused on 20th century photographic albums, categorizing the archive in topics related to the object and subject of the medium. In close collaboration with designer Hans Gremmen he made ‘Album’ into a layered and kaleidoscopic book, in which you will get lost traveling through the wonders of photography.





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Clouds And Bombs
Clouds And Bombs
$48.00

In the age of fake news, the book is asking one simple question; is what you see true or false? Is it beauty or horror, a paraphrase of an illusive Chinese proverb (quoted below) or a meta-reality created by the mastermind. What do we actually see? Bombings, natural disasters or the silhouette of a rearing horse? Documented truth, aesthetic choices or pure fiction? Hopefully the answer will remain in flux just as fluid and transient as the clouds themselves.

"When I see a cloud, 
You see a bomb.
When you see a bomb,
I see a cloud."



  


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Useful Photography #010 Marriage
Useful Photography #010 Marriage
$50.00

Useful Photography is the generic name for the millions of diverse photos, which are used daily and with a purpose all of their own; practical photography, that has a clear function and where the makers remain anonymous. This tenth edition of Useful Photography is all about celebration, this time the usefulness of an age-old ritual is explored: marriage.





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Tupac Biggie
Tupac Biggie
$46.00


Tupac Biggie presents a visual history of Dana Lixenberg's iconic photographs of the legendary artists Tupac and Biggie, considered by many the best rappers of their time. These photographs, commissioned by VIBE magazine in 1993 and 1996, have been appropriated over the years by innumerable admirers around the world. The book shows for the first time both shoots in their entirety and retraces the unforeseen trajectory and ubiquity of these images. 








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Proof
Proof
$40.00

Proof is a printed visual archive composed of video screenshots from ISIS propaganda films, captured directly from the Internet. It shows how, since 2014, cultural history was physically destroyed by special units ‘Kata’ib Taswiya’. Proof is a documentation of the last moments of those sculptures and monuments, during and just after their collapse and destructions. Technically the book operates like a pictorial cheque book and its pages are pre-cuted, allowing the readers to tear the pages if they want to.

 


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Falling
Falling
$38.00

A fall from grace, falling asleep, falling pregnant, falling in-line or falling apart: falling is an act both comic and tragic, full of loss and willful abandon, an act repeated throughout our lives. Reflecting on personal situations of bereavement and new life, Gabby Laurent’s performed choreography of falling is a space for self-reflection, allowing her body to repeatedly give way to gravity and create a visual space to contemplate time, fate and circumstance.





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The End (of this issue, but never of the images ...) 
Editor: Sixuan Tong


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