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Karianne Bueno: Haiiro. Karianne Bueno
Haiiro
""The book is beautifully designed, bound in printed linen boards with an elastic holding the pages, an accordion fold, or leporello... More
  Jon Naiman: Familiar Territory. Jon Naiman
Familiar Territory
"In ‘Familiar Territory’ we find portrayals of farm animals together with their owners. However, instead of being situated in a stall or field... More
     
Guy Archard: Almost. Guy Archard
Almost
"Archard's first book, 'almost', is an enigmatic exploration of beauty and decay both in the physical and metaphysical form... More
  Keizo Kitajima: Keizo Kitajima USSR 1991. Keizo Kitajima
Keizo Kitajima USSR 1991
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Selected as a Book of the Week by Ed Templeton

In the fall of 1990...
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Sam Falls: Problems With Decomposition. Sam Falls
Problems With Decomposition
"Sam Falls explores the intersection of color, perception, digital imagery and natural processes - and in the case of Problems with Decomposition ... More
  Daido Moriyama: Paris 88/89. Daido Moriyama
Paris 88/89
"Now in its second printing.

"In 1988 and 1989, without speaking a word of French or know anyone except a fellow countrywoman...
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Koji Onaka: Matatabi. Koji Onaka
Matatabi
"The town I had planned on visiting again one day disappeared one day
The town I was supposed to return to had become an unfamiliar town before I knew it
Person I thought that I could see any
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  Ingvar Kenne: Citizen. Ingvar Kenne
Citizen
""In CITIZEN creates an intimate collective of portraits of fellow man - not through topic, social agenda, location, narrative or any other number of familiar artistic reasons to group a set of images... More
     
Tiane Doan Na Champassak: The Father of Pop Dance. Tiane Doan Na Champassak
The Father of Pop Dance
"The book is a reproduction of a photo album that shows my father dancing in a Los Angeles photo studio in 1967.

Read Sarah Bradley's photo...
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  Stephan Keppel: Reprinting the City. Stephan Keppel
Reprinting the City
"This publication reads as a visual city portrait of the Dutch harbour city Den Helder... More
     
Anders Petersen: Rome, A Diary 2012. Anders Petersen
Rome, A Diary 2012
"Signed copies are sold out.

Anders Petersen comes back to photograph Rome seven years after his “Commission”. This time round, his work is different and yet the same...
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  Nicolas Hosteing: Matador. Nicolas Hosteing
Matador
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Sharon Harper: From Above and Below. Sharon Harper
From Above and Below
"From Above and Below features ten years of Sharon Harper’s conceptual photographs and video stills exploring perception, technology and the night sky. Her experimental images of the moon... More
  Kevin Kunishi: Los Restos de la Revolucion. Kevin Kunishi
Los Restos de la Revolucion
"In Los Restos, documentary photographer Kevin Kunishi (born 1975) offers a visual account of how the shared horrors of war endure beyond all divisive political ideology. In 1979... More
     
Keizo Kitajima: Isolated Places. Keizo Kitajima
Isolated Places
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  Photoworks In Progress: Photoworks 18. Photoworks In Progress
Photoworks 18
"Futures Past: History, Memory and Nostalgia

With the rise of digital photography and a fall in photographic film sales...
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Rosa Olivares: Exit 46. Rosa Olivares
Exit 46
"This issue of Exit focuses on portrait photography and the representation of ourselves, or rather, of what we want to be and what we want to show of ourselves to others... More
  AndrÉ PrincÍpe: O Perfume Do Boi. AndrÉ PrincÍpe
O Perfume Do Boi
"O Perfume do Boi - The Perfume of the Bull - is Princípe's latest book, shot during a three-month anticlockwise journey around Portugal's borders. We are outside cities... More
     
Kael Alford: Bottom of Da Boot. Kael Alford
Bottom of Da Boot
"Bottom of da Boot focuses on the people and places of the disappearing communities of Isle de Jean Charles and Pointe-aux-Chenes on Louisiana's fragile coastline... More
  Jonathan Hollingsworth: Left Behind. Jonathan Hollingsworth
Left Behind
"Every year since 2001 no less than 150 sets of the decomposed or skeletal remains of people crossing into the US from Mexico have been discovered in remote areas of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert... More
 

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