25 Nov 2020


TASCHEN has celebrated its 40th Anniversary in 2020 with the TASCHEN 40 series, David Hockney My Window Collector’s Edition, and a new limited edition of the Helmut Newton SUMO, originally published to huge acclaim in 1999, that also marks the centenary of Newton’s birth.

TASCHEN 40 series features new editions of over 20 star publications from the publishing house’s history. Selected by Founder Benedikt Taschen the series covers art, photography, design and architecture, offering a compact and fresh experience to readers. Just in case you needed an added incentive… for every TASCHEN book sold a tree is planted; for 10 years now TASCHEN has successfully offset their annual carbon emissions with carbon credits at the Instituto Terra, a reforestation program in Minas Gerais, Brazil.

Available at the TASCHEN Hong Kong store in Tai Kwun don’t miss this opportunity to get your hands on these limited-edition publications by one of the world’s leading art-book publishing houses.

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