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Michael Wolf: Tokyo Compression Three. Michael Wolf
Tokyo Compression Three
"With "Tokyo Compression" Michael Wolf struck a nerve. His portraits of people who are on their way in the Tokyo subway, constrained between glass, steel and fellow travelers... More
  Jin Ohashi: Surrendered Myself to the Chair Of Life. Jin Ohashi
Surrendered Myself to the Chair Of Life
"Jin Ohashi is one of the most popular and significant photographers in Japan today. His work in earlier books, "Menomaenotsuduki" and "Ima", took the public by surprise with its dynamic realism... 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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  Chris McCaw: Sunburn. Chris McCaw
Sunburn
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Andres Gonzalez: Some(w)here. Andres Gonzalez
Some(w)here
"Some(w)here is a book about a journey in the most concrete and abstract sense of the word. The images were made over a 10 year period and traverse as many countries - Norway, Tajikistan, Mexico... More
  Jennifer B Hudson: Medic. Jennifer B Hudson
Medic
"Jennifer B Hudson’s book explores the tenderness of human relationships during illness and recovery. Each image is beautifully crafted and meticulously staged on hand-built sets... More
     
Andrea Camuto: Terrain of Loss. Andrea Camuto
Terrain of Loss
""Andrea Camuto's beautiful, haunting photographs chronicle the struggles of Afghan refugees, particularly women, as they search for home in their war-scarred homeland... More
  Joan Myers: The Jungle at the Door. Joan Myers
The Jungle at the Door
"Like millions of other children worldwide, Joan Myers was inspired at an early age by Rudyard Kipling's stories and books about the jungles of India. And, so... More
     
Michael Schmidt: Lebensmittel. Michael Schmidt
Lebensmittel
"Photographer Michael Schmidt’s latest obsession is the mechanized, industrialized food system of contemporary Western culture... 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
     
David Schoerner: Six Six Packs. David Schoerner
Six Six Packs
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  Chris Coekin: The Altogether. Chris Coekin
The Altogether
"The Altogether is the latest book by Chris Coekin. The photographs were produced in a factory that began manufacturing copper wire in 1834. Unfortunately... More
     
Max De Esteban: Elegies of Manumission. Max De Esteban
Elegies of Manumission
"Max de Esteban’s gorgeous new monograph brings together all three parts of his stunningly beautiful “Elegies of Manumission” series. Making use of portraiture as a conceptual tool... More
  Trent Parke: Minutes to Midnight. Trent Parke
Minutes to Midnight
"In 2003 Trent Parke began a road-trip around his native Australia, a monumental journey that was to last two years and cover a distance of over 90,000 km... More
     
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
  Stefan Heyn: Speak to Me. Stefan Heyn
Speak to Me
"Countering the Becher School’s emphasis on crisp execution, German photographer Stefan Heyne (born 1965) embraces more fugitive effects of shadow play and hazy light... More
     
Koos Breukel: Being Dutch. Koos Breukel
Being Dutch
"Award-winning Dutch portrait photographer Koos Breukel (Den Haag, 1962), examines in this exhibition catalogue the “Dutch Identity” today. In ‘Being Dutch’, he portrays those of all walks of life... More
  Rikard Laving: Steel Work City. Rikard Laving
Steel Work City
"Through muted colours and sombre depictions, photographer Rikard Laving documents scenes, structures and inhabitants in Oxelösund, a Swedish town dominated by a massive steel works run by SSAB... More
     
John Gossage: The Actor. John Gossage
The Actor
"The response to why he robbed banks “That’s where the money is” is often misattributed to renowned bank robber Willie “the actor” Sutton provides the backdrop for this series of photographs of saving More
  Michael Lange: Wald. Michael Lange
Wald
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