This monograph, designed and produced by Galerie VU' offers a complete view of the work of Nicolas Comment. Produced during the artist's show at the gallery, Mexico City Waltz, from 06/04/12 to 26/05/12. VU' Editions 44 p. 28 x 21,2 cm
This monograph, designed and produced by Galerie VU' offers a complete view of the work of Graeme Williams. Produced during the artist's show at the gallery, Frames of Change, 2013 VU' Editions 40 p. 28 x 21,2 cm
This monograph, designed and produced by Galerie VU' offers a complete view of the work of Alain Bizos. Produced during the artist's show at the gallery, En toute liberté, from 22/02/13 to 11/05/13. VU' Editions 44 p. 28 x 21,2 cm
This monograph, designed and produced by Galerie VU' offers a complete view of the work of Jeffrey Silverthorne. Produced during the artist's show at the gallery, Travel Plans (from 09/09/11 to 29/10/11). VU' Editions 40 p. 28 x 21,2 cm
Catalog of the show Wenn das wetter nicht mehr kaputt ist, werden wir spazieren gehen that took place at the Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien in Berlin from 25/10/08 to 07/12/08. 23,1 x 16,8 cm Allemand ISBN : 978-3-937476-98-8
"This selection of Portraits and Figures is from work made between 1970 and 2012. I want to find openness in the sitter, a moment of necessity where time is suspended and being is wihtout expectation. " Jeffrey Silverthorne Editions de l'Oeil (2013) & Galleri Tom Christoffersen 24,7 x 17,6 cm ISBN : 978-2-35137-139-8
Mexico City Waltz is inspired by three texts – Tristessa by Jack Kerouac, Under the Volcano by Malcolm Lowry, and Voyage au pays des Tarahumaras by Antonin Artaud-, which provided Nicolas Comment with the keys to Mexico. Filigranes (2012) 64 pages 23 x 31,5 cm ISBN 13 : 978-2-35046-243-1
Alain Bizos, The world in a flash, is the first monograph to be devoted to this particularly rich period in the work of Alain Bizos. This book was published during the artist’s exhibition, En toute liberté, at Galerie VU’. Aman Iman Publishing (2013) 1000 copies Text : Christian Caujolle 28,7 x 21,8 cm ISBN : 978-2-9533910-7-7
Congo in Limbo" is the photographic essay done by Cedric Gerbahye conducted in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), resulting from the time spent and his rigorous commitment. His viewpoint encompasses the complexity and intracies of an overlooked conflict. Le bec en l'air (2010) 232 pages 21,4 x 28,3 cm ISBN :2916073590
In 2009, Slovak photographer Martin Kollar went to Clermond-Ferrand in order to propose his own vision of the city. He likes to track down comical, absurd or ironical situations. He’s interested in daily life and anonymous and tries to capture the particular atmosphere of the place he is. Diaphane éditions (2011) 42 pages 20 x 28 cm ISBN : 978-2-919077-03-8
For this fourth edition, published during Paris Photo 2009, VU Mag chose as a theme : the Arab and Persian world. Co-edited by Agence & Galerie VU' / Aman Iman 176 pages 22 x 28 cm 4000 copies printes
A book dedicated to Ao ba, or blue sheet, a pretty japanese name given to square canvas plastic sheets, a mass-produced item in this country that is used in many situations. Signed copy Filigranes French/ Japanese 80 pages 15 x 24 cm ISBN 13 : 978-2-914381-87-1
La visite is a tribute to Bernard Lamarche-Vadel who died in 2000. The series mixes places (the castle La Rongère, near Vitré, where the poet, novelist and critic lived), situations and pictures of "women-animal", freely inspired by the book Sa vie, son œuvre (Gallimard, 1998). Signed copy Filigranes (2010) 48 pages 17 x 23,5 cm ISBN 13 :...
Photographic workshops organized by Bernard Faucon : over 2000 young people around the world Signed copy Editions de l'oeil (2008) 120 pages 17,7 x 23,7 cm ISBN : 978-2-35137-050-6
Bernard Faucon travelled to the city of Pingyao (China) with 15 young chineses. He allowed them to discover photography. Signed copy Editions de l'Oeil (2004) 96 pages 15x23 cm ISBN :2-912415-81-0
"Words such as family, tradition, belonging mean a lot here. In fact, they are what bind. The ether, filled with collective growth, cannot be touched or seen. It is lived. Old Dhaka ceases to exist as just an area, and the streets I have called my own become one singular space that I call home." M.W. Signed copy Ed. C. de la Feronnière (2013) 160 p. 16,8...
For the first time ever in Paris, a big monographic exhibition is devoted to Anders Petersen at the Bibliothèque nationale de France. This monograph has been done for the occasion. Max Ström / BNF (2013) Texts by Anne Biroleau, Marie Lundquist and Urs Stahel French 400 pages 20 x 29,6 cm ISBN 13: 9789171262837
This is not an interview, it is an exchange, a long discussion between Anders Petersen, Swedish photographer and Christian Caujolle, founder of Agency and Galerie VU', about photography, life, values, influences, those of Christer Strömholm, those of Daido Moriyama… André Frère Editions (2013) French 120 pages Soft cover 14 x 19 cm ISBN:...
J.H. Engström is back with images taken in his youth and offers us a moving “road trip” through Europe and the United States in the last century, seen through the always amazed eye of the photographer. André Frère Editions (2013) 128 pages 20 x 25 cm ISBN: 979-10-92265-08-8
"In various different projects he has photographed the imprisoned of this world. And in the universe of Anders Petersen imprisonment in life has many shapes and forms." Le Point du Jour (2002) Text and interview by Birna Marianne Kleivan French 64 pages 21 x 25 cm ISBN : 2-912132-22-3
Christian Lutz continues his photographic study of power structures with “Tropical Gift”. He took portraits in Nigeria of people who live by and with the economic force that dominates everything there, the oil and gas industry. Signed copy Lars Müller Publishing (2010) 96 pages 30 x 24 cm ISBN :3037782269
For more than a year the photographer Christian Lutz has been observing Geneva's 'ballet' of international cooperation. Through his eyes, we catch a rare glimpse of the rich diversity of people, meetings and relationships and the myriad of ways they collaborate. Signed copy Notari (2012) 86 pages 34 x 24 x 1 cm ISBN :2940408637