- Holzwarth Publications, 2004.
- Original cloth in dust-wrapper. First edition. Includes signed silver gelatin print ("Ramona. Kollwitzstrasse 1982.") Print: 240 x 275 mm.
- 318 pp, text English/German. Slight wear to edges of boards and a small mark on the front but otherwise a near fine copy in a fine dustjacket.
The exquisitely printed monograph Helga Paris: Fotografien Photographs displays the outstanding artistic qualities of her wide-ranging body of images and shows how the perception of life in our times and of individually experienced life overlaps with the constantly changing gaze of the artist. Four essays accompanying the chronological sequence of photographs examine various aspects of Helga Paris s work. Looking into faces and peering into the worlds of their inner beings, whose history is longer than the fleeting moment of the photograph, we encounter a psychogramme of our times. Edited by Inka Schube for the Sprengel Museum Hanover, with texts by Helmut Brade, Jean-François Chevrier, Elke Erb and Inka Schube.