LM Publishers

LM Publishers is an independent publishing house which publishes titles on Art and Culture worldwide, Country Information, Natural History, Sustainability and Development Studies, with a special interest in Suriname, the Dutch Carribean and Indonesia and the former Netherlands East Indies.

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Cooperation with Editorial Charuba

LM Publishers has started a cooperation with the Aruban Fundacion Editorial Charuba. Charuba was founded in the 1980’s of the last century. Nowadays Charuba is the proud publisher of numerous titles on the political and cultural life of Aruba and collections of poems and novels as well.

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Fendry Ekel

24,50

Monography about the Indonesian artist Fendry Ekel. “Ekel has been dubbed a pictor doctus, who critically investigates the power of art, figuration and representation by appropriating iconic images from our collective memory.”

Caribbean Crossroads

19,50

Caribbean Crossroads is the journey of a young boy named Chen and how his humble life became one filled with action, conflict, pain, mythical mysteries and finally love. A Caribbean novel.

Indonesian Textiles at the Tropenmuseum

34,50

The Tropenmuseum Amsterdam houses about 20,000 textile objects that were collected over a period of 160 years. This study presents the collection and the stories of the makers and users of the fabrics as well as those of the collectors who brought them to the Netherlands

Bird Wildlife of Aruba

49,50

Birds are fascinating creatures. They are descendants of dinosaurs and connect us to the far gone past. Like bees and bats, birds play a significant role in nature’s evolutionary clockwork. They pollinate flowers and spread seeds. They help keep insect populations in balance. The state of affairs of our birds is an indicator for the state of affairs of nature as a whole and so they also connect us to our future.

Dutch New York Histories

15,00

This bi-lingual guide open your eyes to the traces of of slavery and its profits and to the signs of the Black and Indigenous presence in New Amsterdam and New Netherland.