NEW: ONE PICTURE BOOK TWO
We are excited to announce the launch of One Picture Book Two: an upgraded, upscaled follow-up to our much-loved One Picture Book series of artists’ books. Each title is limited to 500 numbered copies, and includes a removable, signed, original print measuring approximately 127 x 128mm.
The books are slightly larger, with a fresh design, but the price remains the same. Subscribers to the series are guaranteed a copy of each release for £30, complete with four-volume slipcase. For non-subscribers, individual titles start at £40, with the price increasing as the books sell out.
The first four titles of One Picture Book Two, shipping in early June 2018, include: DMZ (Korean Demilitarized Zone) by Michael Kenna; Florida Dogs by Tony Mendoza; Lone Ranger by Betty Hahn; and Monument by Carrie Mae Weems.
Subsequent releases will include titles by JoAnn Callis, Mark Ruwedel, Daido Moriyama, Susan Zadeh, Laurie Simmons, Michael Mulno, Pablo Ortiz Monasterio, Toshio Shibata, Todd Hido, Mark Steinmetz, Leon Borensztein, Corey Arnold, and many others.
ONE PICTURE BOOKS
Our popular One Picture Book series was conceived in 1998 as a way to make original artwork affordable. The series consists of uniformly designed, modestly-sized hardcover books, comprising 16 pages that serve as a “canvas” for the artist to display one cohesive body of work.
Each One Picture Book is published in an edition of 500 numbered copies, and each contains an original tipped-in photograph, signed on the verso by the artist; hence the name of the series.
One Picture Book are released in groups of four titles at a time, approximately twice a year. The bulk of the edition is reserved for subscribers to the series, who sign up to purchase one or more copies of each title upon publication, at the subscription price of $40 each. Remaining copies are offered at prices that increase as the title sells out.
The One Picture Book series will end at its 100th title in 2016, and will begin anew (in a slightly revised format) shortly thereafter.