LEDITION LAMMERHUBERFEP: Best Publisher 2017

NEW BOOKS

ARCHITECTURE OF AN EXISTENTIAL THREAT new

Israeli law stipulates that every citizen must have access to a shelter. For more than two years Adam Reynolds photographed these ‘Doomsday spaces’, opening a window into the collective mindset of this threatened country.

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Adam Reynolds
Danielle Spera

22 x 27,5 cm
144 pages 
72 photos
English, German, Hebrew
Hardcover, bound in linen,
„French Fold“-jacket
June 2017

BAOBAB – Der Zauberbaum | L’arbre magique | The magic tree new

Award-winning French photographer Pascal Maitre travelled 27 times to a magic world – the world of the baobabs of Madagascar. His work is just as unique as the trees themselves, which are sacred to many people.

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Pascal Maitre
21 x 28 cm
112 pages 
50 photos
English, German, French  
Hardcover, bound in linen, 
Laminated cover photo 
Japan binding
June 2017

“I still get chills” new

DON ROSA is one of the world’s most popular cartoonists. But who is the man behind the ducks, who stopped drawing ten years ago and still attracts a growing fan base? His book “I still get chills” which will be published in celebration of his 66th birthday on 29 June 2017 holds the answer.

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Don Rosa 
Alex Jakubowski
Lois Lammerhuber
27 x 27 cm
296 pages, 183 photographs
English, German
Hardcover,  bound in linen,
„French Fold“-jacket
Out on 29 June 2017

Copacabana Palace new

AI-AP-Latin American Fotografie 5
Prix de la Photographie Paris 2016 SILVER
Visa d’or Award for Features in Perpignan, France dura Visa pour L’Image 2016
SIPA Siena International Photo Award - Pangea Award 2016 for Storyboard
Days Japan Photojournalism Special Jury Award
World Press Photo Contest 2017, 3rd prize
Hansel-Mieth-Preis 2017
American Photography AP 33

Multi-award winning – most recently with the World Press Photo Award – and shown around the globe: Copacabana Palace is the story of an abandoned housing project in Rio de Janeiro, named after the famous luxury hotel on the even more famous Copacabana Beach. Peter Bauza lived with the residents of Copacabana Palace for eight months and has created a unique photo document.

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Peter Bauza
24 × 30 cm
208 pages, 185 photos
English, German, Portuguese
Hardcover, bound in linen,
„French Fold"-jacket
August 2016

Copacabana Palace new

AI-AP-Latin American Fotografie 5
Prix de la Photographie Paris 2016 SILVER
Visa d’or Award for Features in Perpignan, France dura Visa pour L’Image 2016
SIPA Siena International Photo Award - Pangea Award 2016 for Storyboard
Days Japan Photojournalism Special Jury Award
World Press Photo Contest 2017, 3rd prize
Hansel-Mieth-Preis 2017
American Photography AP 33

* Limited Collectors' Edition, 100 copies, with signed print

Multi-award winning – most recently with the World Press Photo Award – and shown around the globe: Copacabana Palace is the story of an abandoned housing project in Rio de Janeiro, named after the famous luxury hotel on the even more famous Copacabana Beach. Peter Bauza lived with the residents of Copacabana Palace for eight months and has created a unique photo document.

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Peter Bauza
24 × 30 cm
208 pages, 185 photos
English, German, Portuguese
Hardcover, bound in linen,
„French Fold"-jacket
August 2016

Towards the Horizon new

American Photography AP 33

Mysterious, magic, touching! Emil Gataullin describes rural living in Russia in poetic black-and-white images. In it Gataullin emerges as a modern day Russian Cartier-Bresson.

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Emil Gataullin
Peter-Matthias Gaede
17 x 23,5 cm
256 pages, 129 photos

English, German, Russian
Hardcover, bound in linen,
„French Fold"-jacket
October 2016

Die schönste Landschaft der Welt new

Soft, mild, sensual! An infinite landscape park, a geometric pattern in winter and in spring during the bloom of 200 000 trees pure magic. This part of the Mostviertel in Lower Austria seen through the lens of a top photographer makes you believe that this must be the most beautiful landscape in the world.

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Lois Lammerhuber
Evelyn Schlag
29,5 x 30,5 cm
252 pages, 129 photos
German
Hardcover, bound in linen,
French-Fold"-jacket
October 2016

Sleeping Cars new

American Photography AP 33

In evocative, nocturnal, yet light-filled pictures of cars in Los Angeles National-Geographic-photographer Gerd Ludwig presents the icon of our times as the manifestation of that city’s philosophy. A must-have for car enthusiasts!

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Gerd Ludwig
35,5 x 28 cm
144 pages 
75 photos

English
Hardcover, bound in linen
November 2016

SHADED MEMORIES new

In an inimitable approach this book reveals the fading traces of the darkest moments in the history of Cambodia. Ann-Christine Woehrl’s sensitive pictures take you to the sites of terror during the dictatorship of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge, the lingering memories of the genocide: prison S-21, the Killing Fields, the UN Tribunal in Phnom Penh.

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Ann-Christine Woehrl
Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Stéphanie Benzaquen-Gautier,
Visoth Chhay, Christine Kron, Rithy Panh, Anne-Laure Porée
22,5 x 27,5 cm
132 pages, 89 photos

English, german
Hardcover with mounted photograph
February 2017

CHORUS new

“This is a wonderful choir, an incredibly good choir. Such stylistic versatility! Truly exceptional!” Christian Thielemann
In this volume photos that visualize music come together with statements from insiders to build an image of one of the best choirs in the world, the Vienna State Opera Chorus, famous for its ‘warm Viennese sound’.

A special edition of this book is offered as a souvenir to the gentlemen visitors of the Vienna Opera Ball 2017.

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Dominique Meyer
Thomas Lang
Lois Lammerhuber
24 x 32 cm, 256 pages, 155 photos
English, German, French 
Hardcover
February 2017

AMAZING AFRICA new

German Photo Book Award NOMINATED 2013

Gorgeous and captivating images, full of magic and fascination.
For 30 years French photographer PASCAL MAITRE, who works for
big-name magazines such as GEO or National Geographic put this
most exciting continent on his photographic agenda.

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Pascal Maitre
24 x 33,3 cm, 348 pages, 147 double-sided photos
English/French/German, Hardcover
ISBN 978-3-901753-41-1, September 2012