FAW 4 Publications in Random Order
Wim Wenders & Sam Shepard
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.
This book could be an ode to nineties fashion. It includes more than 115 photographies from Juergen Teller earlier and iconic work, featuring candid portraits of Vivienne Westwood, Kate Moss, Patti Smith, PJ Harvey, Chloë Sevigny and Harmony Korine, Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love, Kristen McMenamy and more!
This monograph shows an uniform style of raw emotion that has become his recognizable aesthetic. Teller ‘play’ with spontaneity and his models to unflattering angles, uses a bright and hard flash, and never retouches his photographs, exposing the myth of idealized beauty that fashion images offers.
In addition, an interesting conversation, in interview format, to get closer to his work, his life, as well as his creation process.
Art of the Sixties
A very special book published in 1971. An iconic an gorgeous catalogue that contains art work from major Sixties artists, including Beuys, Caro, Hamilton, Lichtenstein, Oldenberg, Paolozzi, Rauschenberg, Stella, Twombly, Warhol, among others. Many reproductions of Pop Art and Op Art works collected by Peter and Irene Ludwig.
With a wonderful design by Wolf Wostel <3 Soft cover with embossed flexible plastic covers and a hard acrylic spine, bound with stainless steel bolts. Multiple paper stocks and printing effects, brown fabric paper with color plates, printed transparent slipsheets with a portrait of each artist, fold-outs… and more
And this is the fifth edition. The final edition, updated and expanded! An exceptionally and well preserved copy for you.
Rosa von Praunheim
Gibt es Sex nach dem Tode?
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!