Sidérurgie Lorraine

Siderurgie Lorraine

A new book from Editions Serpenoise, who already published quite a lot about Lorraine steel making, shows rare and impressive images, in an overall good quality, from the Terre Rouge country.
After the book is 80%-photos it doesn’t matter much if you can’t read French.
The book has 150 pages and shows about 300 B/W images.
There are a few flaws like undated images, no real structure and some wrong captions, but overall it is worth buying.
Inside view

Schupp & Kremmer III

© Deutsches Bergbaumuseum

The German Mining Museum in Bochum published the third part of it’s great series of books about the work and the assets of the famous German industrial architects Fritz Schupp (1896-1974) and Martin Kremmer (1895-1945). It is named “Bauten für die Industrie”.
The Bergbaumuseum shop offers it again as a real bargain. Unfortunatly only in German.

Schupp & Kremmer

© Deutsches Bergbaumuseum

A (nearly) new publication by the German Mining Museum in Bochum I just discovered is concerned with the work and the assets of the famous German industrial architects Fritz Schupp (1896-1974) and Martin Kremmer (1895-1945).
On more than 400 pages it lists all their industrial buildings and shows what is still there.

Hundreds of high resolution images and plans complement this catalogue.

The Bergbaumuseum shop offers it as a real bargain right now. Unfortunatly only in German.

Christmas time is coming.

So if you are already in search for the extraordinary gift here are two books that will bring a special glow to the dark days.
Michael Schultz Foundry Work Book
Mike Schultz’ Foundry Work volume I & II both show unique images done in dozens of foundries worldwide by one of the best industrial photographers around.
The amazing clarity and detail of his work is well supported by the vintage printing.
Strongly recommended.

One can order the books here: Vol. I , Vol. II .