Opened in September 2005 and located in NoHo at 33 Bond Street between Bowery and Lafayette, Dashwood Books has become a destination for artists, collectors and art directors from all over the world as well as a valued source for the fashion, advertising and film industries, and anyone interested in artist’s books and monographs.
Our main specialty is in contemporary photography. This includes importing books that have no or very limited distribution in the United States, limited press runs from Japan, Germany and The Netherlands, artists’ self-published books, signed books and a carefully curated selection of collectible post-war titles. We build collections for museums, educational institutions and reference libraries for designers and fashion houses.
Beginning with Ari Marcopoulos’s The Chance is Higher in 2008, Dashwood has pursued an extensive publishing program, collaborating with internationally recognized artists and graphic designers to produce monographs on photography and drawing, anthologies on youth culture, and a plethora of artist’s zines and posters.
Other notable Dashwood Books publications include:
Everybody Knows This is Nowhere by Ryan McGinley, 2010
A Lot of People by Jason Polan, 2012
ANYWAY by Ari Marcopoulos, 2012
Teenage Precinct Shoppers by Nigel Shafran, 2013
Object by Robert Mapplethorpe, 2013
Economy Class by Stefan Marx, 2013
PUD (series) by Jason Nocito, 2014
Landscapes by Lele Saveri, 2015
Showboat: Punk/Sex/Bodies from The Mott Collection, 2016
Blue Period / Last Summer: Arakinema by Nobuyoshi Araki, 2017
Preston Bus Station by Jamie Hawkesworth, 2017
Khichdi (Kitchari) by Nick Sethi, 2018
How To Do The Flowers by Ruth van Beek, 2018
Eggs and Rarities by Paul Kooiker, 2018
Drawings by Judith Eisler, 2018
Salters Cottages by Gary Schneider, 2019
You will find all Dashwood titles on our Dashwood publications website.
In addition to our publishing program Dashwood regularly organizes book launches and signings with established artists; past events have included Philip-Lorca diCorcia, Jim Goldberg, Stephen Shore, Paul Graham, Juergen Teller, Ari Marcopoulos, Taryn Simon, Roe Ethridge, Miyako Ishiuchi, Eugene Richards, Collier Schorr and Wolfgang Tillmans.