Welcome to the March 2014 newsletter!
In this selection, you will find an article by our collaborator and friend Olivier Namias, two catalogues of exhibitions (Capa, Lynch) and, of course, new books of photography and architecture.
Among them, we are really happy to feature the last volume of the serie by Parr and Badger and the one devoted to this rather unknown gymansium by Le Corbusier in Bagdhad.
We are also featuring a back list book (Concrete Mushrooms) and two books (From Counterculture and Ringolevio) we think really useful to understand our way of living in our occidental societies.
To conclude, please stay tuned on the new project by Brian Rose dedicated to the Meatpacking District in New York City: its Kickstarter goal has been reached but you can continue to pre order books.
If you have any suggestions do not hesitate to drop us a word.
Thank you for reading. Enjoy our selection!
Capa in Color
Capa in Color looks at Robert Capa’s color photography, a little-known but important aspect of the great photographer’s work, and includes many never-before-published images.
The project studies the history of Albania,
focused in the reason of building the bunkers all over the country, how
the people of Albania nowadays coexists with them, how and why do they
From Counterculture to Cyberculture
Fred Turner traces the previously untold story of a highly influential group of San Francisco Bay–area entrepreneurs: Stewart Brand and the Whole Earth network. Also a French version.