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Michael J. Benari: Shoah. Michael J. Benari
Shoah
"On his visit to Berlin in 2012, Michael Benari photographed Berlin’s holocaust memorial in a way that is highly personal and expressive. Working with afternoon light and 35mm film... More
  Takashi Homma: Mountain Photographer Torahiko. Takashi Homma
Mountain Photographer Torahiko
"I met him at a mountain hot spring. His back was big like a mountain. He called himself Torahiko. He was shooting mountains. He used to take fashion photographs in Tokyo, but got fed up... More
     
David Maisel: Black Maps. David Maisel
Black Maps
"Black Maps is the first in-depth survey of the major aerial projects by David Maisel, whose images of radically altered terrain have transformed the practice of contemporary landscape photography... More
  Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape. Victoria Sambunaris
Taxonomy of a Landscape
"For more than a decade, Victoria Sambunaris (born 1964) has crossed the United States with her five-by-seven wooden field camera and sheets of color negative film... More
     
Michael Schmelling: Land Lines. Michael Schmelling
Land Lines
"In the winter of 2007, photographer and artist Michael Schmelling-known for his previous books Shut Up Truth, The Wilco Book and The Plan... More
  Svjetlana Tepavcevic: Means of Reproduction. Svjetlana Tepavcevic
Means of Reproduction
"Published on the occasion of her 2013 exhibition at photo-eye Gallery, this softbound catalogue introduces us to Tepavcevic's Means of Reproduction project... More
     
Jh EngstrÖm: Sketch of Paris. Jh EngstrÖm
Sketch of Paris
"For over twenty years, Swedish photographer JH Engström has lived and worked in Paris, a city that, like New York, has a long photographic pedigree... More
  ZoÉ Beausire: Where the Birds Used to Sing. ZoÉ Beausire
Where the Birds Used to Sing
Where the Birds Used to Sing by Zoé Beausire contains twelve black & white photographs of birds, many of whom are caught in wire and unable to fly... More
     
RenÉe Jacobs: Paris. RenÉe Jacobs
Paris
"GALERIE VEVAIS is proud to present a new kind of sensual book: Renée Jacobs´ PARIS is of course a book of nudes, but it is much more than that... More
  Roger Eberhard: Norma. Roger Eberhard
Norma
34 pictures of houses and trees. The houses are standing clean and intact in the dim evening light directly on the roadside... More
     
Mark Edward Harris: South Korea. Mark Edward Harris
South Korea
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  Erika Larsen: Sàmi. Erika Larsen
Sàmi
"In this book my photographs explore the symbiotic relationship between Sámi reindeer herders and the environment, their existence in today's world and their ancestral roots... More
     
Clayton Cotterell: Aint-Bad Magazine No. 5. Clayton Cotterell
Aint-Bad Magazine No. 5
"“Escapism: the tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially by seeking entertainment or engaging in fantasy.”

As editors and photographers...
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  Charlie White: Such Appetite. Charlie White
Such Appetite
"Peeking into the combustible sublime of America’s outer-urban colonies, Such Appetite pairs Charlie White’s intimate study of a teenage girl with poems by Stephanie Ford in a twenty... More
     
Ingvar Kenne: Citizen. Ingvar Kenne
Citizen
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  Rob Hornstra: The Secret History of Khava Gaisanova. Rob Hornstra
The Secret History of Khava Gaisanova
"Khava Gaisanova lives in Chermen, a village in the heart of the North Caucasus. In 2007 her husband disappeared, like so many men in the North Caucasus disappear without a trace – kidnapped... More
     
Helen Sear: Brisees. Helen Sear
Brisees
"Brise´es (from the French for broken branches) is a new publication by renowned British artist Helen Sear published by GOST books to coincide with her exhibition Lure at the Oriel Davies Gallery 2 Feb More
  Asako Narahashi: Ever After. Asako Narahashi
Ever After
"We usually look at and perceive the boundary between sea and shore from the stable state of the land. However... More
     
Anais Lopez & Eva Smallegange: Only in Burundi. Anais Lopez & Eva Smallegange
Only in Burundi
"The past two years my colleague Eva Smallegange (writer) and I worked on this book. We travelled to Burundi (Central Africa) and got to know this country, its inhabitants and its culture... More
  Daniel Reuter: History of the Visit. Daniel Reuter
History of the Visit
"The minimalistic aesthetics of this book remind me of a sophisticated piece of electronic music. It´s not the rhythm or the melody that drives the piece forward... More
 

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