Six by Six (36 Book Set) | Nazraeli Press

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Six by Six (36 Book Set) | Nazraeli Press

36,000.00

 

Six by Six was published by Nazraeli Press between 2010 and 2016. Comprised of 36 books and 36 original signed photographs, the series brings together some of the most widely collected and exhibited photographic artists working today. Presented as six sets of six titles each, the books are limited to 100 hand-numbered copies, printed on Nazraeli’s exclusive heavyweight Japanese paper and bound in Japanese cloth. Each book contains a separate exhibition-quality original print that is numbered and signed by the artist. 

Titles and prints are not sold individually; each numbered set was conceived to be presented as a whole. Drawing upon his many years as editor and publisher of Nazraeli Press, Chris Pichler has selected a group of artists who represent the very best in contemporary photographic practice.  Each title conveys a unique narrative or essayistic point of view, yet amid this diversity is a common emphasis on the excellence of image making. As such, this monumental publication is unlike any other recent collection of fine art photography. 

Ampersand is offering Number 37 out of 100 as a complete set. 
Please call or email with specific questions or payment options.

Set 1, 2010: 

Anthony Hernandez, East Baltimore
Todd Hido, Motel Club
Raymond Meeks, Amwell
Martin Parr, Machu Picchu
Toshio Shibata, Expressways 1986
Mark Steinmetz, The Ancient Tigers of my Neighborhood

Set 2, 2011:

Joe Deal, Karst / Pseudokarst
Tanya Marcuse, Wax Bodies
Joseph Mills, Psycho Path
Stephen Shore, Ashkelon
Alec Soth, Mostly Women
Risaku Suzuki, Atelier of Cezanne

Set 3, 2012: 

William Christenberry, House Near Akron
Eduardo del Valle & Mirta Gómez, On View
John Divola, LAX NAZ: Los Angeles International Airport Noise Abatement Zone (Exterior Views), 1975
Daido Moriyama, Fishnet
Karin Apollonia Müller, Timber Cove
Carrie Mae Weems, Slow Fade to Black

Set 4, 2012:

Robert and Kerstin Adams, Sally
Edward Burtynsky, Monegros (Dryland Farming)
Kenro Izu, Blue
Catherine Opie, The Middle of Somewhere
Doug Rickard, A New American Picture
Issei Suda, Sparrow Island

Set 5, 2014:

Jo Ann Callis, Performance
Thomas Demand, The Stove
Kikuji Kawada, Japan 1951-1960
Michael Kenna, Confessionali
Richard Misrach, Misrach
Andrea Modica, L'amico del cuore

Set 6, 2016:

Roger Ballen, Appearances, Disappearances, Reappearances 
Mike Brodie, August 29th–September 8th 2012, Oakland, Ca–Oakland Ca, United States
Jim Goldberg, Ruby Every Fall
Katy Grannan/Hannah Hughes, The Glint of Light on Broken Glass
Idris Khan, Church Walk
Marilyn Minter, Florida 1969

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