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New! Three Limited Edition Books


Having entered his 73rd year, and having completed The London Trilogy - a project that took almost 12 years to finish - Milan feels that he must surely have entered the concluding stages of his active life as a creative photographer.   The majority of his work has been realised without any commercial motive and only in connection with two of his major exhibitions has he received any sponsorship at all - his creative work has never been sponsored.  

Examples of Milan’s highly original photography in plant portrait and still life have been exhibited in art galleries in London and New York, and it is Milan’s firm intention to donate to the British Library, as a tribute to his adopted country, all the images that are displayed in the three new collections of his photographs which he is now publishing, together with the associated copyright.

The extraordinary, folio ‘Heritage Book’, comprising all the 100 Faces of London portraits, has already become part of the British Library’s Rare Photographic Books Collection.   Likewise, the limited-edition, hardback books, associated with each of the three components of The London Trilogy, are also deposited with all six UK ‘copyright libraries’.

Milan’s self-contained series of thirty-two, black & white photographs of Shoreditch and Whitechapel in East London, taken during 1975, were donated some years ago to the Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives.

And now, perhaps as a kind of valedictory gesture, Milan is producing three final, limited-edition collections of his work, copies of which will also be donated to the British Library and the other copyright libraries.   These will be:

Milan Svanderlik Photography : Plants & Still Life

Milan Svanderlik Photography : Landscapes

Milan Svanderlik Photography : Portraits

Each 294x300mm, hardback volume will contain around 72 pages of high-quality, full-colour images.  The 'Portraits' book is considerably larger, at 220 pages.   All three books are currently in the final stages of design, and it is hoped that printing in Germany will be completed by the end of October 2020.  

As in the past, while these collections are being produced primarily for archive purposes, additional copies will be available to order, in advance of the print run, by collectors of Milan’s work, virtually at the cost of production.   The price is yet to be finalised but is expected to be in the region of 65 UK Pounds per volume, with the much larger, 'Portraits' book likely to cost around 120 UK Pounds.   The prices are high simply because of the fine quality of the printing and the very short print runs - exact prices will be confirmed closer to the date set for printing.   To see details about eBooks (Digital versions of hardback books ) please look at the end of this page- these are significantly less expensive, of course, but do not, sadly, lend themselves to 'coffee table' display.

To express interest in puchasing one, two or all three books, please send an eMail  to not layer then 20th September:

milan@MilanSvanderlik.Photography

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This limited edition, hardback volume ( 294x300mm ) contains 70 pages of high-quality, full-colour images.  It is being digitally printed in Germany on high-quality, 250g matt paper stock, with an attractive, glossy binding.  Each volume is certified by the author as a limited edition copy.  

The price is yet to be finalised but is likely to be in the region of 65 UK Pounds + p&p, per volume - the exact figure will be confirmed closer to the date set for printing.  

To express interest in puchasing this or any other of the three books, please send an eMail to the address below not later then 20th September;  we can then let you know the final cost, including p&p to your home address.  

milan@MilanSvanderlik.Photography

Milan Svanderlik Photography: Plants & Still Life

Milan Svanderlik Photography: Landscapes

This limited edition, hardback volume ( 294x300mm ) contains 70 pages of high-quality, full-colour images.   It is being digitally printed in Germany on high-quality, 250g matt paper stock, with an attractive, glossy binding.  Each volume is certified by the author as a limited edition copy.  

The price is yet to be finalised but is likely to be in the region of 65 UK Pounds + p&p per volume - the exact figure will be confirmed closer to the date set for printing.  

To express interest in puchasing this or any other of the three books, please send an eMail to the address below not later then 20th September;  we can then let you know the final cost, including p&p to your home address.    

milan@MilanSvanderlik.Photography

Milan Svanderlik Photography: Portraits

This limited edition, hardback volume ( 294x300mm ) contains 220 pages of high-quality, full-colour portraits of 99 sitters.   It is being digitally printed in Germany on high-quality, 250g  matt paper stock, with an attractive, glossy binding.  Each volume is certified by the author as a limited edition copy.  

The price is yet to be finalised but is likely to be in the region of 120 UK Pounds +p&p, per volume - the exact figure will be confirmed closer to the date set for printing.  

To express interest in puchasing this or any other of the three books, please send an eMail to the address below not later then 20th September;  we can then let you know the final cost, including p&p to your home address.  

milan@MilanSvanderlik.Photography

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Three eBooks  ( digital versiosns of the hardback books)

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• Published by:   Epubli GmbH - Berlin - Germany

• ISBN:   978-3-752992-97-7  (Plants & Still Life)

• ISBN:   978-3-752992-98-4  (Landscapes)

• ISBN:   978-3-752992-99-1  (Portraits)

• Language: English only

Alavilable for download from Apple iBooks, Amazon UK and worldwideand at a number of other eBook distrigutors, including epubli.de

UK Price: £8.99

Please note: any profits from the sale of these eBooks will be donated to the charitable work of St Martin-in-the-Fileds, London.