Portland: Nazraeli Press, 2013. Hardcover Numbered First Edition. Edition of 500, with signed print.
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St. Paul: Little Brown Mushroom, 2011. signed and numbered 500 copies. SIGNED by all five photographers and the writer, Ginger Strand. "Postcards from America" includes the collection of objects – a book, five bumper stickers, a newspaper, two fold-outs, three cards, a poster and five zines.
Tokyo: Super Labo, 2011. softcover 700 copies.
Bullfinch, 1996. softcover.
London: Metro. softcover numbered 1,000 copies. Winter 2007/2008.
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San Francisco: Tweeky, 2016. Softcover. SIGNED. Xeroxed bootleg made by Goldberg.
New York: Passenger NYC, 2016. Soft Cover.
Tokyo: Super Labo, 2016. Hardcover First Edition. SIGNED.
Gottingen: Steidl, 2014. Hardcover. First Steidl printing. Out of print since 1985, this new edition has been completely re-designed and expanded by the artist. Its’ radical use of handwritten text incorporated into each portrait in which the subjects were invited to comment on their portraits taken in their own environments. The comments.....
Gottingen: Steidl, 2009. softcover in slipcase. OPEN SEE tells of the journeys of refugee and immigrant populations who travel from war torn and economically devastated countries, often leaving AIDS ravaged communities or totalitarian regimes to make new homes in Europe. Despite facing seemingly insurmountable difficulties, dreams of freedom and an...
New York: Aperture, 2008. softcover First edition. First volume in an ongoing series of books from the Aftermath Project. A grant and publication program for documentary photography. This series is highlighted by Jim Goldberg's "The New Europeans" on immigrant communities in Europe.
Oakland: TBW Books, 2008. softcover 500 copies. 4 books in set, ("It Ended Sad, But I Love Where it Began" by Jim Goldberg"Living in the New Rome" by Ari Marcopoulos, "Tones of Dirt and Bone" by Mike Brodie, "Tiny Clustering Lights vs Infinite Darkness Forever or How Many Humans Does...
Zurich: Scalo, 1997. softcover Second printing.
New York: Random House. softcover Second printing. Goldberg's revealing first book which accompanied his influential exhibition at MoMA in 1984. "...photographs of rich and poor people, with the subjects' own handwritten comments about themselves on the prints, give us an inside look at the American dream at both ends of...
New Haven, CT: Yale University Art Gallery. Hardcover in slipcase. two books in set.