Photobooks published by dewi lewis publishing

Dewi Lewis Publishing: a household name in photography


Founded in 1994 Dewi Lewis Publishing is internationally known for its photography list. Its authors have included leading British and international photographers. Caroline Warhurst and Dewi Lewis wish to bring to the attention of a wider public, accessible but challenging contemporary photography by both established and lesser known photographers.


Photographers published by Dewi Lewis Publishing:


Photographers whose books have been published by Dewi Lewis Publishing include Martin Parr, William Klein, Sergio Larrain, Bruce Gilden, et Simon Roberts ...

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  • Publisher's presentation: "You Won’t Be With Me Tomorrow is a sequel to the narrative Harvey Benge developed in his 2013 book, Some Things You Should Have Told Me. Both deal with the pain of relationship, the seeming inevitability of separation and the mistrust that is its consequence. Women drift, lost and hostile, throughout the pages – they’re masked...

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  • Publisher's presentation: "With over 200 images of t-shirt ‘messages’, T: A Typology of T-shirts looks at those individuals who stand out in a crowd through their choice of the message on their back. These photographs are not just about the T-shirt. With their combination of pictures and words these messages reveal much about the identity of the wearer....

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  • Publisher's presentation: "A Story of Bears explores personal stories about teddy bears and other stuffed animal toys that become lifelong companions and hold a special place in the lives of their owners. Sylvie Huet rediscovered her own childhood teddy at the age of 49 in a fleamarket. Until then he had lived only as a memory and in family photographs....

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  • Publisher's presentation: "As a small boy, John Comino-James stood in school cap and Sunday suit to have his snapshot taken under flags put up for Queen Elizabeth's Coronation. The resultant photograph resonates with an England long since disappeared, yet still fertile in the imagination.  That sense of how that England has changed is the focus in John...

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  • .Sold out. Publisher's presentation: "Mother and Father, is a moving journal of the final years of a sixty-year marriage. For ten years, from 1997 to 2007 Paddy Summerfield photographed his parents, reflecting on the bond between them, which even the effects of Alzheimers could not break. They become symbols in a drama of balance and tension, which is...

  • .One signed copy available.Publisher's presentation: "Over the last four years Martin Parr has been working on a commission for Multistory (Sandwell) photographing the Black Country (a region of the West Midlands in England). It was an area he knew little of, other than its reputation as a densely populated, post-industrial area; one in decline. Many of...

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  • Publisher's presentation: "Landscape and Industry is both a set of photographs covering a range of landscapes and industries, and an exploration of how contemporary art can draw on the influences of early industrial “record picture” photography and 19th century “Naturalist” landscape painting. Photographed on large format in a matter of fact aesthetic,...

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  • Publisher's presentation: "Blackpool has an unenviable reputation for its stag and hen parties. Every weekend marauding packs of brides and grooms, close friends and family, overflow its streets on a mission to consume dangerous, liver-crushing levels of alcohol. This, their rite of passage acted out on the last night of freedom, before the conventions...

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  • .One signed copy available!. Publisher's presentation: "Located in east London just north of The City, Hackney has a long history stretching back to Tudor times. During the 1980s when Berris Conolly took these photographs it was an area that had been in decline. This was a decade of turmoil in both national and local politics with issues of social justice...

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  • Publisher's Presentation : "This is the story of the Robinson family – and the aftermath of losing their 26 year-old daughter to bulimia. Working closely with the family, Laia Abril explores the dilemmas and struggles confronted by many young girls and their families; the problems families face in dealing with both their sense of guilt and the grieving...

  • .Back in stock.Eternal London is a beautiful Black & White series of images made in the streets of London by a stroller with a keen eye, that notices the light, the shapes, the contrasts and offers a rather romanticized sense of the city, with grainy images that are sometimes out of focus, but always working very well in their form of uncluttered...

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  • .Sold out. Publisher's presentation : "The Grey Line is a reflection on war told from the perspective of US and UK soldiers who have spoken out against the Iraq War. Publication marks 10 years since the invasion of Iraq. Photographer Jo Metson Scott began the project after meeting a young American soldier who had been denied Conscientious Objective status...

  • Publisher presentation: "One Another features images mainly taken at night in St Petersburg and Berlin. Leaden-coloured scenes, greasy spoon cafés, empty halls and old hotel rooms that seem to echo with traces of the past. And people’s faces…… hurried glances, small awkward gestures, hands searching for support, the signs of grief or desparation in the...

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    .Last copy!. Publisher's presentation : "Empire is a fascinating journey across the South Atlantic exploring life on four remote islands – the British Overseas Territories of Ascension Island, Tristan da Cunha, the Falkland Islands and St. Helena ­– relics of the once formidable British Empire, all intertwined through their shared history. Jon Tonks spent...

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  • .In stock. Publisher's presentation : "Afghan Box Camera documents a living form of photography in danger of disappearing forever. Known as the kamra-e-faoree ("instant camera"), Afghanistan is one of the last places on earth where it has continued to be used by photographers as a way of making a living. Hand-made out of wood, it is a camera and darkroom...

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  • Publisher's description : "Phillip Toledano became a father in July 2009. He fell in love with his daughter about a year and a half later, when he realised she was the most bewitching human being he'd ever seen. Initially though things were different. The Reluctant Father follows Phillip's journey at the beginning of fatherhood. From dismay and confusion,...

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  • Stormbelt is a book about the decline, sometimes the dereliction, of this wide portion of American land called the "Sun Belt", which - until the end of the 90s - was a symbol of the American economic might. Recession and natural disasters (drought, hurricanes, forest fires) have hit hard on this area, from the East to the West coast. Robert Leslie looks...

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  • .Back in stock.Presentation by Dewi Lewis of Martin Bogren's photobook: "Youngsters meet up on the village outskirts, racing their tractorcars, burning tyremarks into the warm summer asphalt. The smell of rubber, oil and souped-up engines fills the air when the engines speed. The cars form into a circle as the boys take turns in the middle. It is a game –...

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  • .Sold out. After We English, Simon Roberts follows in the same tracks of visual documentation of England's (and Britain's) specific elements : what makes England, England, and Britain, Britain. For the Pierdom project, the artist photographed each of the 58 remaining piers of Britain, in a very still manner, like if it were a work of portraiture. Only the...

  • .Sold out. Veins brings close together two artists, Anders Petersen and Jacob Aue Sobol, who make photographs that share similarities. First, one of the main subject of their work could be considered the same : an interest and an attraction for people living on the edge of society. Then, both artists approach the subject, the people, the characters by...

  • .Back in stock. Presentation by Dewi Lewis: "Recognised as one of the UK's most important photographers of the last forty years, Brian Griffin grew up near Birmingham amongst the factories of the Black Country. His parents were factory workers and from birth Griffin seemed set to follow in their footsteps. And so, on leaving school at the age 16, he began...

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  • One last signed copy available ! Unsigned copies afterwards... Love and War is a simple title. These are also the two things that are certainly the most complicated and the most dramatic in the interaction between men. Love and War is a book that catches you, but seems very difficult to talk about ...The story of Guillaume Simoneau begins with a love...

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  • .Back in stock.Presentation by Dewi Lewis of Martin Bogren's photobook: "Youngsters meet up on the village outskirts, racing their tractorcars, burning tyremarks into the warm summer asphalt. The smell of rubber, oil and souped-up engines fills the air when the engines speed. The cars form into a circle as the boys take turns in the middle. It is a game –...

  • Presentation by Dewi Lewis : "When Elin Høyland heard about two elderly brothers, Harald and Mathias Ramen, living together in Tessanden, a small hamlet in rural Norway, she approached them to see if they would collaborate with her on a photographic project about their lives. The result is a fascinating and warmly human study of a way of life that has now...

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