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Ad van Bever, Netherlands, February 23, 2014
Yesterday I bought Jazz Life. What a treasure, thank you for publishing it.
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1.  Florian, TASCHEN Editor, Cologne, Germany, February 23, 2014
Dear Ad,
many thanks for treasuring it, and thanks for your kind message!
Best wishes,
Florian
Sebastien.P, France, February 20, 2014
Bonjour,
Après Quaintance, Tom of Finland et Bob Mizer, pourquoi ne pas consacrer prochainement un livre à l'univers Jim French, fabuleux photographe et fondateur de Colt Studio ?
Cordialement
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1.  Dian Hanson, United States, February 21, 2014
Jim French has indeed created some great photographs, particularly his early work, but he is also a very complicated and opinionated man, and we were not able to come to an agreement with him about a book of his work. Perhaps in the future.
vincent, France, February 18, 2014
bonjour, je voulais savoir si vous allez prochainement sortir une version grand public du livre de schiller "marilyn & me"? Merci
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1.  Florian, TASCHEN Editor, Cologne, Germany, February 19, 2014
Bonjour Vincent,
pour l'instant ceci n'est pas encore planifié, comme il y restent toujours un certain nombre de copies de la version limité qui ne sont pas encore vendu. Mais il y aura de nouvelles ici quand ça change.
Bien à vous,
Florian
2.  anitatim0(at)hotmail.com, United States, May 04, 2014
Hello Dear

my name is anita tim here is my email address contact me back for more information about me and to send you some of my photos anitatim0@hotmail.com

please contact me back,

From Anita
Ain't got no Satisfaction, United States, February 18, 2014
Hello! I am looking at your new spring/summer catalog and it is showing the ROLLING STONES book as sold out. Is this correct or is the catalog mistaken? I don't believe it even went on sale to the general public. At least there was never a price or a purchase option on your website.
3 Comments to this entry
1.  Florian, TASCHEN Editor, Cologne, Germany, February 18, 2014
Hello,
many thanks for your query about our forthcoming Rolling Stones book. It is true that our first announcements have caused such a high demand that these limited and signed copies will be sold before they reach the general retail system. However, we shall still be able to give you satisfaction if you would address us directly under collectors@taschen.com
Best wishes,
Florian
2.  Massimiliano, Italy, February 20, 2014
I was recently sent an email asking to buy the book on presale, and now I can not?
It is a beautiful thing and you do not make a good impression
3.  Florian, TASCHEN Editor, Cologne, Germany, February 21, 2014
Dear Massimiliano,
apologies for the misunderstanding: of course you can still order a copy either directly on our website, under collectors@taschen.com, or in one of our physical Stores around the world (all on a first come, first served-basis): to this date not all of them have been pre-sold yet.
What I meant above was that it won't be very likely books will ever appear in regular bookstores, since we expect them to be all gone by the time we're releasing this opus magnum.
I hope this makes things clear? Please don't hesitate to contact us with any further query.
Best wishes,
Florian
Judy Bennett, United States, February 18, 2014
please send me your beautiful catalog. Judy Bennett 564 Lilac #B Boulder Creek, CA 95006 Thank you very much.
1 Comments to this entry
1.  Marie, TASCHEN Internet Department, Germany, February 18, 2014
Dear Judy,
thank you for your positive feedback. We have made sure that you will receive the next issue of our magazine in the mail.
Best wishes,
Marie
Simon, Hungary, February 16, 2014
I wholeheartedly enjoyed my time at your site.
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Claudia, United States, February 16, 2014
I recently began a quest to learn all I can about the "The North American Indian" volumes created by Edward S Curtis. The recent book by Timothy Egan "Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher" was the start of my journey.
Yesterday, while rummaging thru the photography section of a used bookstore in Illinois - I came upon the Taschen volume forwarded by Hans Christian Adam. How lovely and honorable is Mr Adam's last sentence. I had been thinking how am I ever going to see these 20 volumes. At first I thought is this it? But alas, your book is not the end of my journey - but another step forward toward my goal to see the entire work. The photograph of the 20 volumes on page 31 brought a tear to my eye.
Thank you for sharing this wonderful resource with us 'the regular people". Many of us like Curtis himself, my not be credentialed by loft expensive institutions but we research and thirst for knowledge just the same.
Someday I hope to be wearing protective gloves and carefully turning the pages of Volumes 1 thru 20 of the original volumes. Thanks for getting me on my way.
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1.  Clauda, United States, February 16, 2014
Any recommendations for must reads regarding the work of Edward Curtis or how I might be able to see the original volumes or even reprints would be greatly appreciated. Claudia
2.  Ute, TASCHEN Editor, Cologne, Germany, February 18, 2014
Dear Claudia,
Many thanks for your enthusiastic mail. In addition to our publication of the complete plates of "The North American Indian" (back in print this summer!), I would recommend you the monograph "Edward S. Curtis" by Hans-Christian Adam. If you have in mind Timothy Egan's affectionate portrait of the photographer, Adam's selection of high quality images visualizes that Curtis's work is a landmark in the history of photography and book publishing.
In case you have the opportunity to visit the Rare Book Department of one of the American libraries holding an original copy (e.g. The Pierpont Morgan Library in NYC), this would be a remarkable experience. Until then I hope you will enjoy our books!
Best wishes, Ute
Miguel, Portugal, February 12, 2014
What happened to the Van Eyck book? It was announced a few months ago but now I cant find it
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1.  Florian, TASCHEN Editor, Cologne, Germany, February 13, 2014
Dear Miguel,
many thanks for your query. We have postponed van Eyck book to the beginning of next year, as we have decided to publish a book on Velazquez first, which is due this summer.
Best wishes,
Florian
2.  Mahros, TASCHEN Editor, Cologne, Germany, February 13, 2014
Dear Miguel,
In the meantime we can recommend you our Basic Art Series edition on Van Eyck and our recently published xl-volume on Hieronymus Bosch. You will enjoy it! Best wishes, Mahros
3.  Miguel, Portugal, February 13, 2014
Thanks for your quick answers. I already got the Bosch. Velasquez is a long and complete works format, right?
4.  Mahros, TASCHEN Editor, Cologne, Germany, February 13, 2014
Excellent that you already have the splendid Bosch! Our publication on Velázquez will be as well in extra large format and show his complete works.
Best, Mahros
matthew, United States, February 12, 2014
Hi, I seen in your search app the very cheeky big book of butts but i can not add it to my cart. Is it no longer for sale?
2 Comments to this entry
1.  Marie, TASCHEN Internet Department, Germany, February 12, 2014
Dear Matthew,
unfortunately this title is out of print at the moment. We haven't planned a reprint yet but you can check this regularly on our website in the section "back in print".
Best wishes,
Marie
2.  Marie, TASCHEN Internet Department, Germany, February 12, 2014
Dear Matthew,
I'm pleased to tell you there will be a 3D reprint of the Big Book of Butt this year. Check back in July to order directly from taschen.com
Best wishes,
Marie
TASCHEN´s #1 Fan, Germany, February 10, 2014
Hello TASCHEN-Team...
What do you think about a James Nachtwey book in SUMO format??? I think his pictures in such a format must be very impressive!
Regards,
Phil
1 Comments to this entry
1.  Florian, TASCHEN Editor, Cologne, Germany, February 12, 2014
Dear Phil,
many thanks for your enthusiasm – for now we're very proud to be presenting number #2 and #3 in the SUMO series, Sebastião and Annie, but who knows what the future will bring?
Best wishes,
Florian
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