Collector's Editions

Annie Leibovitz (Collector's Edition)

Annie Leibovitz

Hardcover with fold-outs, supplement book, and book stand, 19.7 x 27.2 in., 476 pages
$ 2,500

A limited edition of 9,000 signed and numbered copies, the Annie Leibovitz SUMO presents some of the most famed actors, musicians, artists, writers, athletes, and businesspeople of our time. Available in four different cover photos, this at once intimate and iconic portrait collection is presented with a Marc Newson designed book stand and a supplementary essay compendium.

Sebastião Salgado. GENESIS (Collector's Edition)

Sebastião Salgado. GENESIS

Hardcover, 2 vols. with book stand, 18.4 x 27.6 in., 704 pages
$ 4,000

A collection of exquisitely reproduced large-format images from the GENESIS project. Available only as a limited edition of 2,500 copies

Robert Crumb. Sketchbooks 1964–1982 (Collector's Edition)

Robert Crumb. Sketchbooks 1964–1982

Hardcover, 6 vols. in slipcase with print in portfolio, 8.1 x 10.6 in., 1344 pages
$ 1,000
The best of Crumb, selected by Crumb. Reproduced directly from the artist's original sketchbooks, this six-book box set features Robert Crumb's personal curation of what he considers his best work from his prolific early period of 1964–1981. Includes a handwritten introduction, many original color works and a signed, authenticated color art print. Limited edition of 1,000 copies.
Sebastião Salgado. GENESIS
Editors in charge
Reuel Golden graduated in politics from the University of Sussex, England, and is the former editor of the British Journal of Photography and executive editor at Photo District News. He has edited various titles for TASCHEN including Her Majesty, Harry Benson: The Beatles, and the New York and London editions of the Portrait of a City series.
Nina Wiener studied literature and art history at Vassar College in New York before falling in love with making books. Since 2002 she has edited dozens of titles for TASCHEN, including Walton Ford’s Pancha Tantra, Norman Mailer’s MoonFire, and Lawrence Schiller’s Marilyn & Me.