Marking our fiftieth anniversary: Ernst Scheidegger's classic hommage to Alberto Giacometti in a completely revised new edition, including more than sixty previously unpublished color images.
How does our experience and perception of daily events through the media translate into personal memories?
Fascinating insights into the thoughts and minds of American citizens and news readers in uncertain, extraordinary times
A seemingly inaccessible part of the world: the beauty of Badain Jaran desert in Carlos Crespo's striking images.
An artistic play with space and plane
Performing artists encounter an amazing range of rooms to change and prepare for their stage appearance in Switzerland. This is Beat Schlatter's view of a selection of them.
Portrait of one of the world's finest private photography collections
A dialogue on landscape in painting and photography
A Manhattan landmark at the center of a new installation by the acclaimed German-Iranian artist
This gorgeous volume features the never-before-published photographs of Swiss artist Bianca Brunner.
Anna Halm Schudel's flower pieces tell of seducement and decay, revealing the beauty of both
In this volume, Cécile Wick’s watercolors, ink drawings, inkjet prints, and photographs are presented in series, putting media and motifs in dialogue.
A new distinctly artistic view at Chandigarh: Werner Feiersinger's comprehensive pictorial account of the city today.
Chiara collects Elisabeth Zahnd’s moving portraits of her daughter as she battled an incurable brain tumor.
The first-ever comprehensive survey of Christian Vogt's photography, featuring work from all stages of his career
Charlie Koolhaas presents a timely dialogue between words and images about a crucial moment in our recent history: the apotheosis of globalization and its current unraveling.
Colombia: A country and its people torn between paradise, guerilla groups, drugs, and the absence of state authority
More than 300 of the world's most important architectural photographs in a magnificent book.
This volume presents Swiss photographer Joël Tettamanti’s stunning images of Davos.
A personal photographic tribute by Dhaka-based architect Kashef Chowdhury to his native city.
Enchanted, yet perfecty real: images from the archives of Eduard Rübel and Cral Schröter, Swiss pioneers of biodiversity research and landscape preservation
Exploring the eeriness of our everyday surroundings at night
A manifesto against politics and business interests that endanger the Penan culture on Borneo
This volume presents the never-before-published colored images of famed balloonist Eduard Spelterini.
This book features images reproduced directly from original glass negatives documenting the journeys of the Swiss balloonist Eduard Spelterini.
This volume presents the never-before-published photography of Argentine opera singer José Cura. – Out of print. A limited number of copies signed by the artist available from the publisher.
Artists' and scientists' perspectives of global warming and receding glaciers and how both phenomena affect us
A cohesive and multilayered portrait of Bogotá and a subtle, thought-provoking examination of urban life.
Guido Baselgia's stunning photographs show the miracle of light on earth and visualize celestial mechanics.
Heaven and hell on Earth
A particular view of an exceptional oeuvre: Jürg Hassler's photographs from Hans Josephsohn's studio.
In spring of 2007 Roger Eberhard photographed people who had lost their jobs and were homeless—and in the process formed relationships manifest in the portraits.
Recent work by photographic artist Ingo Mittelstaedt, reviving abstract expressionism in photography.
A discovery: the first monograph exploring the entire body of American photographer Jan Groover's highly original and experimental work
Poetic, bright, and brutal: Jules Spinatsch's extraordinary artistic project exposes photography as a medium of documentation and surveillance – and of showing-off.
A colorful parallel existence: The New York-based artist duo Kuzma Vostrikov and Ajuan Song
Now in paperback: a celebration of Venturi and Scott Brown's legendary Las Vegas images.
This stunning volume documents Leonardo Bezzola’s career, investigating the ways the photographer approaches his subjects.
Andreas Greber explores aesthetics and properties of analogue photography in the digital age
Recent work by Austrian artist Manfred Wakolbinger
An outstanding photographer rediscovered.
A fascinating visual investigation of Le Corbusier's architectural vision and what remains of it today.
An impressive account on life oscillating between war and peace and a study on the effect of historic events on the individual.
The nearly nine hundred fifty postcards document New York City’s changing identity and culture over the last century.
On Common Ground presents a visual history of spatial development in postwar Switzerland through 250 images.
A country’s rapid changes documented by an outstanding press image agency.
This volume, published to commemorate the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Zurich University of the Arts’ photography department, documents the program’s art world niche and showcases the work of its famous graduates.
Mankind and nature in alliance: an inspiring reader on ecology and post-humanism in art
No real public figure has seen more fictious representations than POTUS
Insights into the creative process of the nominees for the 2020–2022 Prix Elysée for photo books
Radical positions: 35 emerging international photographers in focus
The entire Burri: this book presents for the first time the full range of René Burri's creative force and interests
This volume documents in photographs the growth and development of Brasilia, Brazil’s architecturally rich capital city.
32 cities, five continents, one class of hotel room: Standard
Bilbao’s transformation from Spain's most polluted industrial city to Europe's Capital of Culture and creative hotspot
This volume is a rare collection of photographs taken by photographer Rudy Burckhardt during the 1940s and 50s, featuring street scenes of New York City and portraits of the New York School painters.
The interplay between photography and science
Seeing Zumthor. Images by Hans Danuser represents a unique collaboration: Hans Danuser’s photographs of buildings created by Peter Zumthor.
Architectural absurdities, surprises, accidents and crimes.
This catalog features Ukrainian photographer Sergey Bratkov’s expressive portraits and powerful images of contemporary Russia.
Photographic experiment and personal liberation: Simone Kappeler's road trip across America
Sites & Signs is the first comprehensive monograph on the photographic work of Georg Aerni.
Travels around the Indonesian archipelago, popular destination of Western globetrotters and Guest of Honor at Frankfurt Books Fair 2015.
Switzerland seen by a Swede: approaches to a new home
Bird's-eye views of Switzerland: Unique aerial photography from Swissair's archives.
A wonderful book for airplane enthusiasts and design lovers, Swissair Souvenirs is both a nostalgic overview of a bygone era of air travel and a unique lens through which to view the history of photography.
Cities and landscapes as places of human existence: Tobias Madörin's work from two decades.
An outsider’s view on the American landscape and how it reflects the state of the country’s society
A very special guidebook to the new mountain trail and its seven bridges crossing the stream, designed by Jürg Conzett, in the mountains around the Swiss holiday resort Flims.
Underdog Suite presents the artwork of Vietnam-born Swiss photographer Cat Tuong Nguyen.
A long-term artistic project on the “furnishing” of landscape in the US and Switzerland.
What does rake a conflict and turns it into a seemingly endless struggle?
Foreign places from the air and on the ground: the photography and media activity of the famous Swiss aviator-photographer Walter Mittelholzer (1894-1937) revaluated.
Wilted Country collects Roger Eberhard’s photographs of the abandoned towns of the American West.
This beautifully illustrated book documents the exceptional postcard collection of Swiss entrepreneur Adolf Feller, started in 1899, which includes 54,000 postcards from 140 countries.