Of course you can order online 24/7, but you can also visit us in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. We’re open every Thursday to Sunday from 14:00 to 18:00. Besides a large selection of photobooks you will find exhibitions, events etc.

Thursday 14:00 – 18:00
Friday 14:00 – 18:00
Saturday 14:00 – 18:00
Sunday 14:00 – 18:00

Please, note these adjusted opening hours during holidays:

Saturday April 27th (King’s Day): Closed
Sunday May 5th (Bevrijdingsdag): 14:00 – 17:00
1e Pijnackerstraat 140-B
3035 GX Rotterdam

If you’d like to make an appointment outside of these hours, please contact us at


004 Rob Hornstra: Ordinary People

From March 14th 2024 to May 12th 2024 we would love to introduce you to Ordinary People, the first retrospective book by Dutch photographer Rob Hornstra. Hornstra has garnered international acclaim for his socially engaged projects, such as 101 BillionairesThe Sochi Project and Man Next Door. In the rich tradition of humanist photography – which includes masters such as Henri Cartier-Bresson, Dorothea Lange, Walker Evans and Ed van der Elsken – he focuses on painting a human image of his own time.


003 Tyler Chan: Montclair Snap Memories

On Saturday, April 20th 2024, Rotterdam based American photographer Tyler Chan was in the store presenting and signing his book Montclair Snap Memories with a pop-up exhibition.

002 Stephan Vanfleteren: ATELIER

From December 4th 2023 to February 18th 2024, Belgian photographer Stephan Vanfleteren, renowned for his powerful black-and-white portraits, introduced ‘ATELIER,’ a new photobook showcasing his intense studio photography. Immerse yourself in the masterful interplay of light and shadow as he captures a diverse palette of subjects, check out some works from this beautiful new book and pick up a signed copy!

001 Zahra Reijs: Dear Future

From September 28th to December 3rd 2023: “Dear Future,” explored the first photo book by Rotterdam based photographer Zahra Reijs. Experience Generation Z’s unique styles, bold choices, and unwavering self-expression through Zahra’s lens and discover how this generation is rewriting the rules of identity and embracing the power of diversity.