A screen-printed jute tote bag containing all five of Juergen Teller’s new books published on occasion of his major solo exhibition at Grand Palais Éphémère, Paris, 16 December 2023 to 9 January 2024, and Triennale Milano, 27 January to 1 April 2024.

i need to live (exhibition catalogue)
This book embodies Teller’s interest in the unpredictable circle of life and a desire to explore his self and his familial relationships with a new poignancy—reflecting on the loss of close collaborators and friends including fashion designer Vivienne Westwood and gallerist Suzanne Tarasieve, while celebrating the arrival of his third child and the fruitful creative relationship with his wife and muse, Dovile Drizyte.

More Handbags
This revised and expanded edition of Juergen Teller’s bestselling Handbags features a careful selection of images from the original 2019 book, alongside his favorite photographs made since. This time around, More Handbags has the compact size of a handbag itself, making it more accessible and tactile—and aptly more affordable for all of us who might not be able to buy the real thing.

The Myth
The latest collaboration with his wife Dovile Drizyte, The Myth is Juergen Teller’s playful interpretation of the “legs up” fertility myth. Following the humorous 2021 series “We are building our future together” in which the Tellers dressed up as construction workers on building sites, this project reflects the next stage of their relationship as they start a family together.

Fashion Photography for America 1999–2016
Throughout Fashion Photography for America 1999–2016 Teller has photographed original W magazines and Barneys catalogues from his archives, a low-fi method that emphasizes the physical process of looking over his past work and allows us to share in the surprises of his retrospection.

The infamous Hill of Crosses is a pilgrimage and tourist site near Šiauliai, Lithuania, which originated after the November Uprising of 1830–31, an extensive yet unsuccessful attempt to overthrow Russian rule. Jurgaičiai is Juergen Teller’s intimate response to this place of remembrance, which he visited with his Lithuanian wife Dovile Drizyte and her parents in autumn 2022.

Designed by Juergen Teller and Dovile Drizyte

1236 pages, 1633 images

Five books in a screen-printed jute tote bag
34.3 x 27.3 cm
Number of items: 5


ISBN 978-3-96999-319-4
1. Edition 12/2023

€ 150.00 incl. VAT
Free shipping

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