Our catalog is enriched by five new titles, as well as the reprint of two great classics
OUR NEW TITLES
QUI ÊTES-VOUS POLLY MAGGOO ?
From the original images and dialogues of William Klein’s cult film, this photo-novel with a graphic and pop layout tells the adventures of Polly Maggoo, a star model played by Dorothy McGowan, a French TV director (Jean Rochefort), and a Prince from a far away country (Samy Frey)…
DIOR, BY SARAH MOON
3 volumes in a boxed set present 120 photographs by Sarah Moon for the Maison Dior.
This exceptional work brings together the images taken by the photographer, most of which were taken especially for this publication – notably at the Le Corbusier Foundation or in the archives of Dior.
Si tu ne viens pas, je te scalpe
Through his collaborative practice of photography, Vincen Beeckman succeeds in abolishing the distance with his subjects and invites us to meet the residents of La Devinière, a center for institutional psychotherapy, founded in 1976 by Michel Hock as an alternative to the psychiatric hospital… La Devinière delivers an intimate and powerful account of the life and different states of mind of this group who have lived together for many years in this place designed for them.
LES ANGLAIS / THE ENGLISH
Henri Cartier-Bresson and Martin Parr
A bilingual, two-sided book that can be read both ways and allows for the connection of these two visions of the English people, 40 years apart. At the center, an exchange of letters between the authors… The book accompanies the exhibition “Reconciliation” presented at the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation (November 8, 2022 – February 12, 2023).
In the early 1960s, the young Bruno Barbey photographed all strata of Italian society, in the streets as well as in interiors. He presented this work to Robert Delpire, who suggested publishing it in the “Encyclopédie essentielle” series. Circumstances at the time prevented the book from being published, but the portfolio of Italian photographs allowed Barbey to join the Magnum cooperative…
With an unpublished text by Giosuè Calaciura.
Robert Frank’s mythical book, first published in 1958 in Paris by Robert Delpire, is available again in bookstores. Reprinted with the text by Jack Kerouac published in the first American version of the book (French Edition).
HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON PHOTOGRAPHE
Between portraits and landscapes, small stories and History, this essential retrospective brings together the 155 major photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson from 1926 to 1978, first published with Robert Delpire in 1979.
This 11th edition features one of the previous layouts designed by Robert Delpire.