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Tony Fouhse: Live Through This. Tony Fouhse
Live Through This
"Live Through This" tells the story of drug addict Stephanie MacDonald's struggle to get clean. Typically a topic for documentary photographers pursuing reportage through candid shots... More
  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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Risaku Suzuki: Torii. Risaku Suzuki
Torii
"In the Shinto religion, the Torii is referred to as the entrance to the sacred world. Sacred areas of the Shinto religion, which sees the fear possessed towards nature as its beginning... More
  Itai Doron: Fifteen Minutes With You. Itai Doron
Fifteen Minutes With You
"Fifteen Minutes With You is a book of 69 Polaroids that traces the development of Itai Doron's use of instant photography during a period of five years, from 2007 to 2012... More
     
Risaku Suzuki: Sekka-zu. Risaku Suzuki
Sekka-zu
""The "Sekka-zu" is a still cut from a 14 minute 16 second film creation. By focusing, snow crystals start to surface from the darkness... More
  Nicholas Muellner: Mountain Shadow Place. Nicholas Muellner
Mountain Shadow Place
"A tent, a tower, a fog, a dog, three roads, some photographs, two parking lots and a buffalo. Mountain Shadow Place is a story around and about pictures, augmented by hand... More
     
Jason Evans: NYLPT. Jason Evans
NYLPT
"The images in NYLPT are drawn from one body of work, collected in New York, London, Paris and Tokyo, in discrete digital and analogue forms... More
  Wang Qingsong: History of Monuments. Wang Qingsong
History of Monuments
"History Of Monuments is an accordion fold book that can be read on both sides and measures 8,40m in length when fully opened... More
     
Ari Marcopoulos: Out to Lunch. Ari Marcopoulos
Out to Lunch
"PPP Editions is pleased to announce the forthcoming book Out To Lunch, a signed and numbered, limited edition by Ari Marcopoulos. An index of sorts... More
  Paul Graham: 1981 & 2011. Paul Graham
1981 & 2011
"Paul Graham, winner of the 2012 Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography, is a vital figure in contemporary photography... More
     
Cristiano Raimondi: Le Silence. Cristiano Raimondi
Le Silence
"LE SILENCE Une fiction gathers a corpus of contemporary works by 25 artists, ranging from Arman’s Accumulations to Hiroshi Sugimoto’s photographs... More
  Paul Graham: Paul Graham. Paul Graham
Paul Graham
"Published on the occasion of the Paul Graham exhibition, a shimmer of possibility at the Douglas Hyde Gallery, July 27 - September 19, 2012. Includes text, a shimmer of possibility... More
     
Motherland: Motherland Issue 7. Motherland
Motherland Issue 7
"Taking ghosts as its theme, this edition of ‘Motherland’ delves into India’s supernatural beliefs with a variety of manifestations, encounters and social perspectives... More
  Anne Golaz: Metsästä. Anne Golaz
Metsästä
"Anne Golaz’s photographs deal with the fundamental and fragile relation with nature, animals and death... 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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  Ray Fotografieprojekte: Making History. Ray Fotografieprojekte
Making History
"At the initiative of the Kulturfond Frankfurt RheinMain... More
     
Daido Moriyama: Journey for Something. Daido Moriyama
Journey for Something
"Daido Moriyama (born 1938) first attracted international attention in the 1970s, with his gritty, black-and-white photographs of Shinjuku, a bustling area of Tokyo... More
  AndrÉ PrincÍpe: O Perfume Do Boi. AndrÉ PrincÍpe
O Perfume Do Boi
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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
  John Gossage: She Called Me by Name. John Gossage
She Called Me by Name
"Portraits of the adolescent artist, is the subject of this unlikely new book from John Gossage. Well known for his attention to the edges of the urban landscape... More
 

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