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TASCHEN Store Brussels

Grand Sablon/Grote Zavel, Rue Lebeaustraat 18
1000 Brussels
Belgium

Tel +32-2-513 80 23
store-brussels(at)taschen.com

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Monday to Saturday 11am - 7pm
Sunday 12am - 6pm

July 21st 12am - 6pm (National Day)
  • Store's current bestsellers
NYT. 36 Hours. Europe
NYT. 36 Hours. Europe
Flexicover, 6.6 x 9.4 in., 644 pages, $ 39.99

The New York Times presents 125 dream weekends in all corners of Europe from Amsterdam to Zermatt
Ai Weiwei, Art Edition (Collector's Edition)
Sold out! Ai Weiwei, Art Edition
Hardcover wrapped in a silk scarf, marble sculpture, 13.0 x 17.3 in., 724 pages, $ 12,500

Limited and numbered edition of 100 copies (No. 1-100), each presented with a specially designed sculpture, executed in the artist’s workshop: a marble book stand. The volume, signed by the artist, is wrapped in a silk scarf, which reproduces a detail of Ai's work Straight, a reference to the Sichuan earthquake of 2008. Made in close collaboration with Ai Weiwei, the book features paper cut chapter openers designed by the artist, numerous previously unseen images from his archive, as well as statements on his work from exclusive interviews.

Keel's Simple Diary Volume One (red)
Keel's Simple Diary Volume One (red)
Flexicover, 4.6 x 6.5 in., 136 pages, $ 15

Philipp Keel's Simple Diary™. Since its release TASCHEN's bestseller worldwide
NYT. 36 Hours. Asia & Oceania
NYT. 36 Hours. Asia & Oceania
Flexicover, 6.6 x 9.4 in., 300 pages, $ 29.99

Dream weekends with practical itineraries throughout Asia & Oceania
The First World War in Colour
Coming soon The First World War in Colour
Hardcover, 8.3 x 11.2 in., 384 pages, $ 59.99

One hundred years after the start of the First World War, this revelatory collection brings together for the first time the only colour photographs of the First World War. Assembled from archives in Europe, the United States and Australia, these autochrome images were taken across all frontiers of the conflict by a small, pioneering group of photographers such as Paul Castelnau and Charles C. Zoller.