Huh! It has been quite hectic getting this new baby ready for print in the last couple of weeks and YES we are in happy anticipation that everything will be in time and fresh out of the printery for this week’s opening in Berlin! Hurray! But what is this all about?
Well, it is an inspiring book about fancy summer activities.
It’s a book about life qualitiy in the two lovely cities Berlin and Vienna.
There is a 4,5 page super duper essay by the one and only Andrea Diener!
As well as some lovely philosophical lines from Nick Turpin who describes the essence of our photographic approach much better than we could do.
And of course there are 46 beautifully taken and carefully chosen photos inside! Brought to you directly from the producers!
It’s an outstanding guide on how to exercise in public…
…or to get your traffic problems solved with or without public transport.
It is definitly a PARTY HARD book!
..with lots of fashionable inspiration.
Of course, we have some urban gardening as well…
…and after all it is simply a book about the basic needs of human kind!
There will be a limited edition of numbered 100 copies only, available at the exhibitions in Berlin and Vienna for the price of € 20.
You may also order it on the web. I’ll put up an order page soon.
Finally all technical data from the indie photobook library questionaire:
Title: Berlin + Wien
Photographer/s: Christian Reister, Kay von Aspern
Texts: Andrea Diener (German) and Nick Turpin (English)
Date of publication: March 1st, 2013
Place of publication: Berlin, Germany
Dimensions: ca. 14,8 x 21 cm.
Edition: limited. 100 copies, numbered
Type of binding: hardcover, perfect binding
Type of printing: digital
Number of pages: 64
Number of pictures: 46
Printer: Buch- und Offsetdruckerei Häuser KG, Köln
Publisher: self-published by Christian Reister and Kay von Aspern
Designer: Christian Reister
Editor: Christian Reister
ISBN: nono, we are so indie that we don’t even have an ISBN
Category: Artist book
Price: 20 Euro
Summary: Street photography from Germany’s and Austria’s capital cities from 2006 to 2012. All picures from Vienna by Kay von Aspern, all from Berlin by Christian Reister.