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Here is the list of the HCB books that are still in print. You may buy them specialized bookshops and at the library corner of the Foundation (not all foreign editions are available).

The Modern Century
Text by Peter Galassi
Thames and Hudson, London, 2010

Henri Cartier-Bresson
Text by Clément Chéroux
Thames and Hudson, 2008

Revoir Henri Cartier-Bresson
sous la direction d'Anne Cartier-Bresson et de Jean-Pierre Montier
Editions Textuel, Paris, 2009

Henri Cartier-Bresson Photographer
Text by Yves Bonnefoy
Bulfinch, New York, 1979
French, English, German, and Italian editions

Line by Line
Henri Cartier-Bresson’s drawings. Introduction by Jean Clair and John Russel, Thames and Hudson, London, 1989
English and German Editions

Mexican Notebooks 1934-1964
Text by Carlos Fuentes
Thames and Hudson, London, 1994
French and Italian editions

Henri Cartier-Bresson and the Artless Art
Texts by Jean-Pierre Montier
Thames and Hudson, London, 1994
French, Italian, and German editions

Landscape Townscape
Texts by Erik Orsenna and Gérard Macé
Thames and Hudson, London, 2001
French, German and Italian editions

The Man, the Image and the World
Thames and Hudson, London, 2003
French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese and Korean editions

The Inner Silence of a Willing Victim
Thames & Hudson / Fondation HCB, 2006
French,German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish and Portuguese editions

Limited editions :

Le Paysan de Paris
Texts by Louis Aragon and Henri Cartier-Bresson
The Limited Edition Club, New York,1994 (sold out)

Texts by Arthur Rimbaud
The Limited Edition Club, New York, 1996 (sold out)

Three Poems from Les Fleurs du Mal Texts by Charles Baudelaire and Jean Leymarie
The Limited Edition Club, New York, 1997 (sold out)

Text by Arthur Rimbaud
Verona : Gibralfaro & E.C.M., 2002 (sold out)