"Land Without Past is a deeply personal photographic essay on growing up in a small village in the north of Germany and a meditation on the relationship contemporary Germany has with its past. Documenting the quiet, precise way in which people conduct their lives, the obsession with making everything new and the almost fearsome stability, Philipp Ebeling takes us into the life of a hard-working German village.
In Land without Past, contemporary portraits of family and friends are interwoven with images of everyday life in the village from the war years, bridging a gap in personal history."
We are offering the Limited Edition of this book, that includes a limited edition signed print inserted in a sleeve inside the book (see Photos), and an original photograph (similar but larger than the one included in the "standard" edition) this time removable and inserted in vintage photo corners (Transparol Photo Ecken from the 1920s) on the back cover of the book. The book itself is inserted in a soft cardboard slipcase.
Please note we are also offering the "standard" edition of this book (see the "Suggestions" tab).
80 pages - Hardcover w/ DJ in soft cardboard slipcase
*Limited Edition w/ Signed Print*
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