The Street is Watching is a street photography anthology that brings together the most iconic images of the street from the last 40 years. The collection provides a unique and extensive insight into the evolution of the street and urban photography through the lens of some of the most innovative and influential photographers of our time.
Hardcover, 24 x 34 cm, 440 pages
Letizia Battaglia (Palermo, 1935) is a Sicilian photographer and photojournalist. Although her photos document a wide spectrum of Sicilian life, she is best known for her work on the Mafia.
Hardcover, 24 x 32 cm, 360 pages
For ten years, New York’s Alleged Gallery provided a breeding ground and played the role of willing accomplice to some of the most vibrant American art to come along in decades. By exhibiting the then emerging talents of Mark Gonzales, Chris Johanson, Rita Ackermann, Susan Cianciolo, Barry McGee, Margaret Kilgallen, Harmony Korine, Mike Mills, Ed Templeton, Thomas Campbell and Terry Richardson, much of Alleged’s impact was due to a complete and utter disregard for the status quo.
Softcover, 17 x 24 cm, 224 pages
Alec Soth joins the city of Rome in a visual and space-worn itinerary in space and time with John Keats’s poem, leaving the English poet to guide the photographer’s eye. Thus, the city is read according to a sensual, mythological and symbolic approach, in an emotional itinerary that crosses eroticism and myth, sensuality and poetry, symbolism and classicism, following the traces of a “dame sans merci” through hints, details, details that they resume life and meaning in the everyday urban context.
Hardcover, 48 x 32 cm, 52 pages
The visionary artist has chosen to focus on the people of Los Angeles in the next instalment of his world wide project: The Wrinkles of the City.
Hardcover, 30 x 30 cm, 144 pages
JR takes on another city in his renowned global project: The Wrinkles of the City.
Hardcover, 30 x 30 cm, 144 pages
“Scala Mercalli climbs step by step, and offers a spectacular view on the most interesting artistic epicentres of activity in Italy” –Luca Borriello
Hardcover, 17 x 24 cm, 208 pages
From Style Writing to Art is the first anthology of street art ever published worldwide.
Magda Danysz, the internationally renowned street art gallerist, guides the reader on this immersive journey into the heart of “the most interesting artistic movement at the turn of the century.”
Hardcover / Softcover, 17 x 24 cm, 440 pages
The two artists masterfully juxtapose their works with the architecture that defines Rome in a beautiful fusion between old and new, eternal and ephemeral.
Hardcover, 23 x 31 cm, 40 pages
Rome-antic Delusions is described by the artist as “a word play where reality and fantasy meet”, a reflection of both sides of his artistic persona, solitary introspection and the exuberance of changing perspectives. Complete with an exclusive interview and many entertaining contributions from his contemporaries such as Travis Millard, Jeff Soto and Mel Kadel, this book provides a fun and insightful journey in to the fanciful world of Jeremy Fish.
Softcover, 21 x 30 cm, 96 pages
Miss Van has gone from painting the curvy, enticing pin-ups in the streets of Toulouse, to producing the melancholic and subtle works showcased at her latest exhibition at the 18 gallery in Shanghai and the Magda Danysz gallery in Paris.
Hardcover, 23 x 27 cm, 88 pages
JonOne grew up in Washington Heights, New York and is today considered a central artistic figure on the streets of Paris and around the world. He regularly exhibits his extraordinary work in Miami, Shanghai, New York.
Hardcover 31 x 24 cm, 40 pages
LA Woman is Estevan Oriol’s first book and is unmistakably a landmark in female street photography. Capturing everything from his neighbourhood homies to the Hollywood A-list, Oriol has quickly become the most respected photographer on the streets of Los Angeles. This collection, dedicated to the beautiful women of the City of Angels, is a testament to this.
Hardcover, 24 x 31 cm, 140 pages
Izastikup is the unique product of a decade of collecting, exchanging and displaying some of the most iconic stickers that define the street. The first of its kind, this sticker book gathers the work of hundreds of legendary street artists including Buff Monster, Futura 200, Shepard Fairey, Jeremy Fish, Henet, Miss Van, Space Invader, Banksy, Big Foot, Jeff Soto, Jet-Pac, Jon Burgerman, 123 Klan, Inkunstruction, Abbominevole, Doodlebug, Jace, Papier Resistance, Mongomia and The London Police.
Hardcover, 21 x 28 cm, 208 pages
In Berlin Calling, Alex Flach presents an extraordinary collection of photographs that explore life in his native city over the last twelve years. In response to The Clash’s famous album London Calling, his work depicts the heart of Berlin’s creative atmosphere and simultaneously functions as a timely marker of the fast pace of change the city has undergone since the fall of the wall.
Softcover, 21 x 31 cm, 112 pages