Peperoni Books / Special Editions
A number of Peperoni titles are also available as limited special editions. Please choose from the list below.
The places we see in Angela Bröhan´s photographs can not be searched or found, haunted or visited. They are real but fleeting. They are visible to those, who walk without a map and leave their usual coordinate system. Like Angela Bröhan, who turned her encounters with ensembles, perspectives and moods in the city and at its edges into pictures. » more
Melanie, Öhner, Stiffel, Limbo, Gero, Anna and her friends are young and live in Essen when Andreas Weinand spends much time with them and takes pictures from 1988 to 1990. While the first episode of the “Simpsons” is broadcasted in the USA, Florence Griffith-Joyner wins three Olympic gold medals in Seoul, the Berlin Wall falls and Tim Berners-Lee invents the World Wide Web, the storm of youth rages within the clique, going full blast. » more
The four so far published photo folders by Andreas Trogisch fascinated and enchanted us. Now the both last folders “Asphalt” and “Desiderata” complete the cycle. They are published in an edition of 100 numbered and signed copies by the publisher “Peperoni Books”. The magical poetical aura of these images oscillates between pausing and going on, longing and home sickness and wanderlust. » more
The four so far published photo folders by Andreas Trogisch fascinated and enchanted us. Now the both last folders “Asphalt” and “Desiderata” complete the cycle. They are published in an edition of 100 numbered and signed copies. The fifth folder is called “Asphalt” and contains no more than 14 b&w images. » more
A man and a woman are two (›zwei‹). This image cycle shows how they meet, approach, begin to understand, find out that they belong together. It is the middle part of the trilogy of personal works, Fred Hüning’s ›Sentimental Journey‹, just as moving as previously ›einer‹ (one). » more
His first two photo folders “Von Ferne“ and “Magico“ have enchanted us. The third of six folders is called “Mercedes“ and leads us deep into the fabulous world of Andreas Trogisch. Photographed in color for the first time, the pictures are infatuating and peculiar. » more
Michael Wolf's popular Street View-pictures deal with the automatically produced flood of images, which is spread by Google via the internet, and belong to his oeuvre that occupies itself with the conditions of the modern urban life. For FY, similar to "A Series of Unfortunate Events", Michael Wolf uses the picture pool of the Google tool as basic material for his own pictures. During researches he encountered a global mass phenomen. » more
A crab‘s claw against a blue background. On 32 photographs the same claw, the same background, the same perspective, the same light. Nevertheless each picture is a little bit darker than the previous one, the claw seems to move to the lower edge of the picture until it disappears into the black. “Mise en Abyme – Photographic Derivatives“ is the title as well as the program of Catherine Maddrell’s series, which represents the photographic process as well as the possibilities of reproducibility by photography.
Michael Wolf is best known for his large-size architectural shots from Hong Kong and Chicago. Actually the series “Architecture of Density” and “The Transprant City” are part of a constantly growing oeuvre which deals with the conditions of the modern urban life under the title “Life in Cities”. Michael Wolf takes up this topic in his work “Street View”, which has been started at the same time as “Tokyo Compression”, and reinterprets the genre of the street photography in a highly unconventional way by using the almost inexhaustible picture pool of the Google Tool as basic material for his own images. With the camera in front of the screen he gets “his” images out of the automatically generated, authorless Google screens. Extreme details and geographical fade-ins of the software, which usually should serve the orientation, induce photographs which have an irritating as well as alarming effect like the underground portraits from Tokyo.
Andreas Trogisch is not only a discoverer, as a photographer he is a discovery! Unbelievable that his exquisite photographs, which has emerged in the past 30 years, have snoozed in secrecy. The second folder is called “Magico” and contains 27 BW-photographs, which have generated at different places of the world between 1991 and 2009. » more
Andreas Trogisch is a highly gifted graphic designer. However he has never made an appearance as a photographer so far. It is unbelievable that his excellent photographs, which have been generated in the past 30 years, have snoozed in secrecy. The first folder is called “Von Ferne” (“From afar”) and presents 30 BW-photographs, photographed in the GDR and Eastern Europe between 1982 and 1989.
Fred Hüning’s "einer" („one“) is a story about a family, incredibly intimate and yet universal, because it concerns every single one of us, deals with life and death, restart and farewell, beauty and decay.
The series is nonlinear and surely cannot be deciphered completely, but maybe that is the exact reason why the intensive pictures get directly under our skin, all the more with the poem which Fred Hüning has written for this purpose: