Suggestions from the bookshop for the celebrations of end of the year


For the festive season, the booksellers of the Fondation Henri Cartier-Bresson present their selection of books: gift ideas, box sets, new arrivals, special offers and photographic reference books!

Thematic selections:

  • Paris by Eugène Atget and Henri Cartier-Bresson

    An offer that brings together the two catalogues of the event exhibitions Eugène Atget – Voir Paris and Henri Cartier-Bresson – Paris revisited, accompanied by an HCB notebook.

    80€ instead of 86,90€.

    Only available in French.
  • The TXT duo

    Two theoretical books on the image, cinema and contemporary photography accompanied by a Martine Franck notebook.

    La voix du voir, Clément Chéroux.

    Ecrits sur l’image, Alain Bergala.

    48€ instead of 52,90€.

    Only available in French.
  • The 1000 pieces jigsaw puzzle Henri Cartier-Bresson

    Image: Un visiteur de la Cité Interdite, Pékin, décembre 1948.

    68 x 49 cm

    22,40€ instead of 24,90€.

The box sets: 

  • In Sardegna

    Two journeys by Guido Guidi, separated by forty years, gathered in three volumes.

  • Revue NEUF 1950-1953

    Facsimile reprint of the avant-garde art magazine NEUF created by Robert Delpire and exhibited at the Rencontres d’Arles in 2021.

  • The Unknown Berenice Abbott

    The never before published or seen photographs of Berenice Abbott in five volumes.

  • The Outlands

    The follow-up to Chromes and Los Alamos: previously unpublished images by William Eggleston taken between 1969 and 1974 and collected in three volumes, The Outlands, released in 2021.


The must-haves:

  • Images à la Sauvette, 125€
  • Le Grand Jeu, 60€

New arrivals: 

  • Somersault -Raymond Meeks, 45€ – Exemplaires signés
  • Sasuke – Masahisa Fukase, 45€
  • Fingerprint – Jim Goldberg, 53€
  • Amma – Vasantha Yogananthan, 80€
  • The Complete Mammoth

    Photographs – Carleton Watkins, 200€

Special offers:

  • Jeff Wall – Smaller Pictures, 19€ instead of 35€
  • Robert Adams – Our Lives and Our Children, 19€ instead of 48€