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Noshek
Good Kid

160 pages / 117 images
16 × 22 cm
Edition of 100
Signed and numbered

ISBN 978-3-9815735-6-5
Softcover € 38

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Martin Eberle
Voyager – The Grand Tour

320 pages / numerous images
22.5 × 29 cm
Edition of 300

ISBN 978-3-9815735-5-8
Three volumes slipcased € 120

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Julian Faulhaber
Catalogue

76 pages / 43 images
26 × 35 cm
Edition of 500

ISBN 978-3-9815735-4-1
Softcover € 29.90

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Martin Eberle
galerie berlintokyo

76 pages / 70 colour plates
22.5 × 28cm

ISBN 978-3-9815735-3-4
Softcover € 28

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Andreas Gehrke
Der Spiegel 1969–2011
Hamburg, Brandstwiete

Der Spiegel 1995–2011
Hamburg, Dovenfleet

2 × 48 pages / 19 images
16.5 × 21.5 cm​
Edition of 300, numbered

ISBN 978-3-9815735-0-3
Double volume € 28

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Andreas Gehrke
IBM Campus 1972–2009
Stuttgart-Vaihingen

56 pages / 23 images
16.5 × 21.5 cm​
Edition of 300, numbered

ISBN 978-3-9815735-1-0
Softcover € 20

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Andreas Gehrke
Quelle Versand 1956–2009
Nürnberg

64 pages / 27 images
16.5 × 21.5 cm​
Edition of 300, numbered

ISBN 978-3-9815735-2-7
Softcover € 20

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Andreas Gehrke
Brandenburg

Limited Artist Book
150 pages / 74 images
Ditone ® Archival Pigment Prints

29 × 32.5 cm
Edition of 24
Signed & Numbered

Andreas Gehrke
5XNYC

Limited edition print collection
5 archival pigment prints (8 × 10“)
each signed and numbered

31 × 22 cm
Edition of 25, numbered

Box set € 320

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Andreas Gehrke
Der Spiegel / IBM Campus / Quelle Versand

Special collector's edition
including four signed and numbered archival pigment prints (15 × 19 cm)

16.5 × 21.5 cm​
Edition of 25, numbered

€ 185

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Noshek
Good Kid

160 pages / 117 images
16 × 22 cm
Edition of 100
Signed and numbered

ISBN 978-3-9815735-6-5
Softcover € 38.00

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Good Kid roams the streets of Berlin. Against the city’s architectural backdrop he enlists friends and acquaintances to help him sketch a picture of the German capital. Seeking to capture traces of its evanescent essence, Good Kid reflects on the allure of the city long known as a home for exiles and outliers – the godless, rational city. Only then does he realise that his mission is a mirror, and any attempt to determine the identity of Berlin is inextricably linked to finding his own.

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Martin Eberle
Voyager – The Grand Tour

320 pages / numerous images
22.5 × 29 cm
Edition of 300

ISBN 978-3-9815735-5-8
Three volumes slipcased € 120

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With our latest publication we bridge the gap between science, photography and cultural history. In the three band volume Voyager – The Grand Tour, author and photographer Martin Eberle shines a light on the various aspects of the legendary NASA Voyager mission from the 1970s:

– Volume one, Voyager – Mission, tells the scientific background of the mission and its extraterrestrial message,
– volume two, Voyager – Golden Record, exhaustively compiles the images present on the disc,
– the third part, Voyager – The Grand Tour, assembles images from Eberle’s photographic journey to the scientific institutions in California, which to this day still supervise the probes on their voyage into the unknown.

In 1977, NASA launched two probes – Voyager I and Voyager II. On board of each one was an identical “Golden Record”, which carried messages, images and sounds of the Earth and its human inhabitants into outer space. It aimed to provide extraterrestrials with a subjective notion of what at the time was considered to be ‘terrestrial’.

Despite having disappeared from both the outer reaches of the solar system and the cultural consciousness, the Voyager programme now receives a unique bibliophilic memorial. With the sober insight of the 21st century, photographer Martin Eberle documents and recapitulates this self-intoxicated pinnacle of the space age in three meticulous volumes. Places, protagonists and technologies are vividly revisited, and the mission’s self-referential messages to the Earth’s inhabitants are resolved pictorially and textually.

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Julian Faulhaber
Catalogue

76 pages / 43 images
26 × 35 cm
Edition of 500

ISBN 978-3-9815735-4-1
Softcover € 29.90

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Since the late 90s, Cape Town has become the location of choice for commercial photography and film shoots. The place is a shapeshifter – its streets and beaches, hills and homes made to mimic just about everywhere in the world.

Collected by Julian Faulhaber during several years he spent working in and amongst these shoots, the photographs of Catalogue reveal the world behind the perfect images we encounter on our screens and in glossy magazines.

Like a powerful advert, Catalogue, promises meaning: an answer, a solution, a way to sate human desires. But unlike an advert, that meaning is never quite revealed. It is always just out of reach, a turn of the page away, or just out of shot.





Martin Eberle
galerie berlintokyo

76 pages / 70 colour plates
22.5 × 28cm

ISBN 978-3-9815735-3-4
Softcover € 28

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"Just as it was already over and the legendary galerie berlintokyo was officially closing, their operators organized two last big parties. One took place in the Kurfürstendamm Club Big Eden, only three months after the closure of the gallery in May 1999. It was a great success, not only because Rolf Eden himself showed up, but because that night brought together everything the galerie berlintokyo had stood for in previous years: irony, subversion, subversion of subversion, punk rock, dopey confusion, the nineties disguised as the eighties." Gerrit Bartels (Tagesspiegel)

What remains is the memory and Martin Eberle's photos from 1996 to 1999, the years in which the basement in Rosenthaler Straße shaped the Club life of Berlin-Mitte. Drittel Books presents the book galerie berlintokyo, a mix of gallery, club, record-label and basement who's concept and goal it was to combine art, music and party in order to make the evening rock as much as possible. The pictures are photographed as part of a real, shared experience, with close proximity, as part of the event, focused on the moment.






Andreas Gehrke
Der Spiegel 1969–2011
Hamburg, Brandstwiete

Der Spiegel 1995–2011
Hamburg, Dovenfleet

2 × 48 pages / 19 images
16.5 × 21.5 cm​
Edition of 300, numbered

ISBN 978-3-9815735-0-3
Double volume € 28

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Part of photographer Andreas Gehrke’s powerful narrative series on dormant modernist buildings. Vacant work spaces that once hosted business enterprises playing a significant role in shaping the political, social and economic face of post-war Germany.

This is a pair of volumes that cover the former offices of Germany’s renowned organ of investigative journalism, Der Spiegel. The first book is about the Brandstwiete tower block in Hamburg by architect Werner Kallmorgen, which was home to the magazine from 1969–2011. The second book covers the Dovenfleet tower block in Hamburg, also by Kallmorgen. It was built in 1967 and housed part of the US technology and consulting giant IBM for 28 years before the Spiegel publishing group moved in between 1995 and 2011.









Andreas Gehrke
IBM Campus 1972–2009
Stuttgart-Vaihingen

56 pages / 23 images
16.5 × 21.5 cm​
Edition of 300, numbered

ISBN 978-3-9815735-1-0
Softcover € 20

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Part of photographer Andreas Gehrke’s powerful narrative series on dormant modernist buildings. Vacant work spaces that once hosted business enterprises playing a significant role in shaping the political, social and economic face of post-war Germany.

Designed by Germany’s most celebrated post-war modernist architect Egon Eiermann, this campus complex near Stuttgart was home to the Germany offices of US technology and consulting giant IBM from 1972 to 2009.





Andreas Gehrke
Quelle Versand 1956–2009
Nürnberg
64 pages / 27 images
16.5 × 21.5 cm​
Edition of 300, numbered

ISBN 978-3-9815735-2-7
Softcover € 20

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Part of photographer Andreas Gehrke’s powerful narrative series on dormant modernist buildings. Vacant work spaces that once hosted business enterprises playing a significant role in shaping the political, social and economic face of post-war Germany.

Founded in 1927, Quelle was Germany’s biggest mail order catalogue company and one of its largest department store chains. This purpose-built building by former Bauhaus student Ernst Neufert in Nuremberg was Quelle’s mail order HQ from 1956 until the company’s insolvency in 2009.





Andreas Gehrke
Der Spiegel / IBM Campus / Quelle Versand

Special collector's edition
including four signed and numbered archival pigment prints (15 × 19 cm)

16.5 × 21.5 cm​
Edition of 25, numbered

€ 185

Sold out.



Andreas Gehrke
Brandenburg

Limited Artist Book
150 pages / 74 images
Ditone ® Archival Pigment Prints

29 × 32.5 cm
Edition of 24
Signed & Numbered

Brandenburg: No longer the pastoral idyll and symbol of German history depicted by Theodor Fontane, the region has faced a challenging reinvention since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Looking to unveil the many layers of history that have settled over the state, Andreas Gehrke embarked on a journey – to compose a considered portrait of Brandenburg. For years he has worked on the project, compiling what could be described as a Brandenburgian Iconography. His Brandenburg is defined by moments of incongruity. Moments in which the view is adjusted or brought to a focus, moments that constantly question what it is we see, or what we believe we see. Gehrke’s images invite the viewer to linger, provoking contemplation of the detail-rich compositions. They do not form an explanatory, linear narrative, rather unfold kaleidoscopically: each motif is offset by the next. In this way, page after page, a complex whole is revealed. The overall picture, however, is not a cliched collection of dilapidation and decrepitude, but a subtle series of allusions to the historical, structural and social changes Brandenburg has experienced since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Combining the personal, political and geographical, his images create a semantics of the region’s unique characteristics, offering the reader an unsentimental history of Brandenburg, beyond the realm of temporality.

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Andreas Gehrke
5XNYC

Limited edition print collection
5 archival pigment prints (8 × 10“)
each signed and numbered

31 × 22 cm
Edition of 25, numbered

Box set € 320

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