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Ken Schles: Oculus. Ken Schles
Oculus
"We infuse the world we encounter with meaning, with social and symbolic significance based on the value we place upon representations we share. This, perhaps, is the irony of our conceptualizations... More
  Ken Rosenthal: Photographs 2001-2009. Ken Rosenthal
Photographs 2001-2009
"Photographs: 2001-2009 is the long awaited first publication of work from Ken Rosenthal. Published on the occasion of his Fall 2011 exhibition at Wall Space Gallery, titled Retrospective... More
     
Nicholas Muellner: The Amnesia Pavilions. Nicholas Muellner
The Amnesia Pavilions
"The Amnesia Pavilions, Nicholas Muellner’s stunning new book of textual and visual autobiography, takes as its central narrative his return trip to a small city in Eastern Siberia after a seventeen... More
  Ian Teh: Traces. Ian Teh
Traces
"Ian Teh explores the industrial hinterlands of China’s far-flung and impoverished provinces with unflinching precision and subtle intensity. From industrialization to pollution... More
     
Richard Misrach: 1991. Richard Misrach
1991
"Blind Spot Series 02: 1991 — The Oakland-Berkeley Fire Aftermath by Richard Misrach In October 1991, immediately following the catastrophic firestorm which struck the Oakland and Berkeley Hills... More
  Margaret M De Lange: Surrounded by No One. Margaret M De Lange
Surrounded by No One
"The theme of Margaret M De Lange's second book published by Trolley is one of loneliness. It is a personal documentary, which follows people close to her a swell as some that she has met only briefly... More
     
Hans Eijkelboom: Amsterdam by Numbers. Hans Eijkelboom
Amsterdam by Numbers
"'Amsterdam By Numbers' is the result of a task I set myself. Over a five week period, I walked around the city taking pictures of people with numbers on their clothing. This soon became a game... More
  Adam Bartos: Darkroom. Adam Bartos
Darkroom
"Darkroom charts the physical and psychic terrain of photographic printing rooms while conveying their transition from the realm of pure functionality into historical artifact... More
     
Brian Ulrich: Is This Place Great or What. Brian Ulrich
Is This Place Great or What
"This long-awaited first monograph presents Brian Ulrich's decade-long exploration of the shifting tectonic plates that make up American consumerism... More
  Gu Zheng: Contemporary Chinese Photographic Arts. Gu Zheng
Contemporary Chinese Photographic Arts
"The most comprehensive, impactful collection of photography in China to date, this is a vibrantly printed... More
     
Pierre Crocquet De Rosemond
Pinky Promise
"In his last photo project, Pierre Crocquet (*1971 in Cape Town) produced sensitive psychological studies of a small multicultural community in South Africa. Now... More
  Hans Bol: Paradise City. Hans Bol
Paradise City
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Daisuke Ichiba: Album. Daisuke Ichiba
Album
"Daisuke Ichiba is a painter and photographer. He is famous in the underground scene for his drawings and books he published. Sometimes he use photography as inspiration to paint and draw... More
  Kate Brooks: In the Light of Darkness. Kate Brooks
In the Light of Darkness
"This book is a collection of photographs and personal essays that chronicle a young woman’s ten... More
     
Stanley Greenberg
Time Machines
"New York-based photographer Stanley Greenberg has long entranced viewers with his stunning black-and... More
  Jay Wolke
Architecture of Resignation
"From 2000 to 2007, Jay Wolke photographed in the south of Italy to capture the complexity of a region that is colloquially known as Il mezzogiorno... More
     
Santu Mofokeng: Chasing Shadows. Santu Mofokeng
Chasing Shadows
"The first monograph on the major South African photographer Santu Mofokeng offers a visual record of the complexities of a multi–layered society, from the apartheid era to the time thereafter... More
  Ernesto Bazan: Al Campo. Ernesto Bazan
Al Campo
"The Cuban farmland opened up new windows of opportunity for my work. From 2001 to 2005 I spent long periods of time with them... More
     
Lee Friedlander: In the Picture. Lee Friedlander
In the Picture
"Lee Friedlander (b. 1934) has been tackling the challenge of self-portraiture throughout his prolific career... More
  Keith Carter: From Uncertain to Blue. Keith Carter
From Uncertain to Blue
""In the beginning, there was no real plan, just a road trip that became a journey." In the years 1986 and 1987, Keith Carter and his wife, Patricia... More
     
Shelby Lee Adams: Salt & Truth. Shelby Lee Adams
Salt & Truth
"Shelby Lee Adams first encountered the communities of the Appalachian mountains as a child, while accompanying his doctor uncle on his rounds. In the mid-1970s he started to photograph in the region... More
 
 

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