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Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber
Tokyo No Hate

68 Pages, 20 x 28 cm
black and white Xerox copy
Unlimited Edition

28.00 € *

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Katja Stuke, mechanical brides on site
2016
64 pages
digital print, stapled
ed. of 100 copies
 

12.00 € *

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Katja Stuke
Sky Electric
b/w-digital print
32 pages, 21 x 29,7 cm

Edition of #50

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Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber
Böhm #45

Do you never feel the need to be another
Fax from the Library Reloaded
20 x 29 cm, 60 pages
black and white copy
natural paper, stapled
Ed. 3 x 35 copies

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10th Aniversary Collectors’ Edition
Reprints of issues #1–#35/36
regularly competed with the latest issues
including all special issues, prints, since 1999
Ink-Jet-Print, Offset-Print, Black&White Copies, Newspaper-Print
4 boxes left
Edition of #10/numbered and signed
 

1,600.00 € *

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Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber
Das März-Heft, Böhm #41

16 Pages, 21 x 29,7 cm
each issue contains a different editing of 8 images out of 99 images taken in Tokyo, Miyagi and Osaka in march 2012.
Ink-Jet Print
Edition of 3 x #35

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Kobayashi San
Documentary of a Photography Blog, 207
52 pages, 1540 images by 72 photographers
Offset-Print,
Edition of #500
 

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With texts and statements by Manuela Barczewski , Michael Biedowicz , Laura Bielau, Janine Blöß, Sophie Boursat, Ulrike Brückner, Swen Buckner, Ben Burbridge, Olivier Cablat, Charlotte Cotton, Joerg M. Colberg, Christoph Dettmeier, Felix Dobbert, Jason Evans, Martin Fengel, Rainer Gabriel , Stefanie Grebe, Allison Grant, Stephen Gill, Stefanie Haarkamp, Sebastian Hau, Robert Hartmann, Marvin Heiferman, Yoshinori Henguchi, Elmar Hermann, Christoph Hochhäusler, Todd Hido, Iris Maria vom Hof, Anton Ignaz, Mischa Kuball, Thomas W. Kuhn, Karin Krijgsman, Doris Krystof, Christiane Kuhlmann, Jeffrey Ladd, Jason Lazarus, Peter Lindhorst, Thomas Neumann, Gordon MacDonald, Ted Partin, Ulrich Pohlmann, Doug Rickard, Judith Samen, Adrian Sauer, Ken Schles, Joachim Schmid, Sigrid Schneider, Wilhelm Schürmann, Thomas Seelig, Oliver Sieber, Alec Soth, Juergen Staack , Eric Stephanian, Clare Strand, Katja Stuke, Mariko Takeuchi, Anke Volkmer, Thomas Wiegand, Denise Winter, Erik van der Weijde, Duncan Wooldridge, Anna Zika, Damian Zimmermann.

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»Die Böhm« is a Foto-Fanzine published by Katja Stuke & Oliver Sieber since 1999. Each issue is the juxtaposition of two different bodies of work, one each by Stuke and Sieber, under a single collective title. Both photographersa are concerned primarily with issues surrounding portraiture, the mediated image, the expressions of self-identity influenced by popularculture, in prticular youth sub-cultures. Darius Himes, Photobookreview, 2012
Die Böhm is published three times a year.
The new Böhm issue »#42 1600 ASA und Blume« just came out.
If you want to become a subscriber please write an email to boehm@boehmkobayashi.de


You find all back issues on our website www.boehmkobayashi.de/issues.html and order them via email: boehm@boehmkobayashi.de