I’m afraid this book is out of print. Possibly last copies are available directly from us. Please contact us: email@example.com
Thank you very much
Nam Tchun-Mo (*1961 in Yeongyang) represents a new era of Dansaekhwa, the South Korean art movement that already in the 1960s was radically abstract, largely monochrome.
24 x 32 cm, 432 pages, one sided printing
163 illustrations colour and BW
Texts by Beate Reifenscheid, Olivier Delavallade
Softcover with japanese binding and cover with flaps,
silk screen and foil stamp on cover
Design: Florian Lamm, Lamm&Kirch, Berlin/Leipzig
The photographic project Hypothesis by Henrik Spohler addresses the world of science and research in analytical, documentary images and poses questions about our relationship to nature and the environment.
30 × 22,5 cm
112 pages, 45 illus.
Essay by Urs Stahel, captions by Inke Suhr
English / German
Design: Stephan Fiedler, Berlin