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Film 6 Publications in Random Order


Wim Wenders & Sam Shepard

Paris, Texas

Publishing house
Road Movies & Greno
First Edition
25 x 20 cm.
Colour and Black and White photographs
Texts in German, English and French
Used. VG+
© Andrea Pazos

Best book ever! The full Sam Shepard script and the full Wim Wenders film in double color pages. Plus photographs of the shooting, Wim Wenders’ location photographs and  the opening titles of a film. This book, PARIS, TEXAS, is as great as PARIS, TEXAS the film, we promise you!

The red color,  the Texas landscape, magnetic Nastassja Kinski and enigmatic Harry Dean Stanton.

Incredible book and iconic road movie film —Palme d’Or at Cannes 1984—. It’s exactly what you would expect and want.


Rosa von Praunheim

Gibt es Sex nach dem Tode?

Publishing house
Prometh Verlag
First Edition
Unpaginated, circa 105 pages
30,5 x 21 cm
Black & White photographs
Texts in German
Used. VG
© Andrea Pazos

Just in case you don’t know him, Rosa von Praunheim (he took the artistic name of the pink triangle that homosexuals had to wear in Nazi concentration camps) is a prolific German film director and gay rights activist, became a cult figure in the early 70s. He was one of the initiators of the homosexual rights movement in Germany and an early advocate of AIDS awareness. A Queer Cinema and films focusing on LGBT+ issues pioneer, but he has been a controversial figure even within and out the gay community too.

And this is the book about his film ‘Death magazine: or how to be a flowerpot’. A film that was accompanied by a major scandal because the productor didn’t want the audience to see it. The film and the book are a documentary about “Death” magazine, founded by “Screw” Magazine founder and publisher Al Goldstein, and its eventual failure. Images about death, the tabooed part of life, like to sex, because we try to ignore both. The book shows living death as an important part of our life.

The photobook ‘Gibt es Sex nach dem Tode?’ Rosa brings death to life: trivial, banal, disrespectful, undignified, serious, sexy, happy and punk. From different supports we can meet face-to-face with the dead and all the clichés of the television and newspeper feature are gathered: interviews, statements, archive material, reportage with accidental deaths, mountains of corps from the concentration camp, executions, impaled heads, traffic fatalities…

A raw and different book with a great use of colour in this collage design!


Editorial Mark Yareham

Editorial portfolio for the photographer Mark Yareham, which collect, his work from recent years. [210 x 297 mm]. → Contact for buy it.


Enrique Doza


14,8 cm x 21,0 cm. A5
digital, blanco y negro. Portada impresa en papel azul.

Disolve reúne todas las transiciones cinematográficas hechas por Freddie Francis para la película The Innocents (1961) de Jack Clayton, en una publicación impresa.


Maria Alcaide

Guanli de shou: The managed Hand

Encuadernación / Binding
cosido / stitched
Páginas / Pages
Impresión / Printing
digital, color
Tamaño / Size
12 x 18 cm
35 €
Textos / Texts
Denise Araouzou, Mar Reykjavik, Maria Alcaide
Traducciones / Translations
Julia Rodríguez

Guanli de shou: The managed hand es una publicación que nace del proyecto homónimo expuesto en Barcelona entre septiembre y octubre del 2019. Se trata de una recopilación de textos sobre el cuidado (los cuidados), en concreto sobre el papel fundamental de las mujeres migrantes racializadas en los salones de uñas. Es un experimento en el que se mezclan las imágenes de las obras en sala con imágenes sacadas de internet, letras de canciones, corredoras afroamericanas y vapores tóxicos. Es un cuento contemporáneo sobre la explotación y el trabajo feminizado. Eso sí, teñido de rosa.

“Cada vez más, tendemos a externalizar también los cuidados sin pensar en las personas que los realizan por nosotros y mucho menos reflexionamos acerca de por qué lo hacemos o qué consecuencias puede tener. Simplemente, no nos queda tiempo. Como dice la Zowi “mi dinero es tu ocio” y el tiempo, tenga la forma que tenga, es siempre monetizable por la máquina del turbocapitalismo. Nuestras depresiones, nuestras desviaciones emocionales y nuestro cansancio es también productivo. Alexa, Siri, Cortana, Aura, Irene, Viv, Erika, Alice… hacen lo que sea por ti, están encantadas de ayudarte, nunca se cansan y esperan que tú tampoco lo hagas. Por eso nos hacen las uñas otras mujeres, para que desfallecer en el sofá mientras nos pintamos torpemente los dedos de los pies no pueda ser una opción de posibilidad, para que no nos miremos el cuerpo dentro de un espacio en el que nadie nos mira, para que no empleemos un tiempo monetizable en conocer nuestras propias necesidades y para que no dejemos de comunicarnos con el otro, para que no consigamos hablarnos con cariño a nosotras mismas.”

>el libro no ha llegado a imprimirse debido a la crisis del Covid-19. Tan pronto como sea posible realizaremos una primera edición de ejemplares limitados y procederemos a su envío. Cómpralo ya en preventa!

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Giulia Paradell & Raúl Dávila


21 x 29,7 cm
saddle stitch
black and white
Urbild Editions

Based on the cross-over between sound and image, BOOKSCAPES documents a journey across Mexico through a series of short recordings of a blank book made in various locations. The idea of bookscape, formed by the combination of words book and landscape, was born in response to the practice developed by composer Murray Schafer to study the acoustic environment of various contexts (soundscapes). The bookscapes incorporate into the sound recording the visual element of such environment, which is reflected into the blank pages of an open volume.

Through this process, an expanded sense of reading emerges, unsettling the established forms of a practice that usually contemplates the literary and visual material rather than the sonorous component, which in this case becomes a central part of the reading experience, responding to a certain place where the context in which the reader is located provides and creates the narrative.

The blank page is an invitation to listen, rather than to see; it outlines a form of expanded literature where the reader participates as an active listener, in search of a book always open to another time and another space.


The time and space where we all suddenly found each other is a state of quarantine.The soundscape that surrounds us has changed deeply, and the environment of our lockdown has become our shelter.

For this reason, we would like to create a diverse and collaborative edition for our second volume of BOOKSCAPES, collecting the recordings of what has become the reality of each of you and put it together as a memory of these uncertain times.

If you’d like to be part of it:

Find a sound and visual context of your quarantine that you’d like to share
Take a blank paper or a blank book
Record a one minute length video of it from above
Send it to

We will collect the material and weave together the next publication