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StÉphanie Kiwitt: Cornerville. StÉphanie Kiwitt
Cornerville
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  Connie Imboden: Reflections. Connie Imboden
Reflections
"Reflections examines 25 years of work from one of the world's most preeminent surrealist and figurative photographers. Known for her experiments with light and underwater photography... More
     
Edward Burtynsky: Oil. Edward Burtynsky
Oil
"Edward Burtynsky’s Oil collects a decades’ worth of photographing the world’s largest oil fields, refineries, freeway interchanges and automobile plants... More
  Jacob Holdt: Faith, Hope and Love Jacob Holdt
Faith, Hope and Love
"Danish photographer Jacob Holdt is internationally revered for his vision of America, as portrayed in classic volumes like American Pictures and United States 1970–1975... More
     
Erik Kessels: Photo Cubes. Erik Kessels
Photo Cubes
"An exploration of the Photo Cube - a strange novelty item now largely consigned to history. Each photo cube features advertisements of family snapshots strategically placed around five of its faces... More
  Peter Beste: True Norwegian Black Metal. Peter Beste
True Norwegian Black Metal
"In the last two decades, a bizarre and violent musical subculture called Black Metal has emerged in Norway. Its roots stem from a heady blend of horror movies, heavy metal music, Satanism, Paganism... More
     
Andrej Krementschouk: No Direction Home. Andrej Krementschouk
No Direction Home
"Andrej Krementschouk portrays his Russian homeland, where he is not at home anymore. In haunting images, he asks the ever-pertinent question of what is remembered and what is lost... More
  Steven Miller: Milky. Steven Miller
Milky
"Steven Miller’s work connects the theatricality inherent in photography with staged environments and predicaments... More
     
Klara KÄllstrÖm: Gingerbread Monument. Klara KÄllstrÖm
Gingerbread Monument
"Gingerbread Monument is a collaboration between photographer and publisher Klara Källström, editor Thobias Fäldt, poet Victor Johansson and designers 1:2:3 and Marika Vaccino Andersson... More
  Lewis Koch: Touchless Automatic Wonder. Lewis Koch
Touchless Automatic Wonder
"Created as a poetic and visual journey, Touchless Automatic Wonder spans twenty-five years and four continents. These striking photographs capture “found text”: the sometimes mysterious... More
     
Candida Hofer: In Portugal. Candida Hofer
In Portugal
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  Maggie Taylor: Album. Maggie Taylor
Album
This Italian volume contains works from Maggie Taylor from 1992-2009 including Early Works and Almost Alice.

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Natascha Libbert: Take Me to the Hilton. Natascha Libbert
Take Me to the Hilton
"This is a story about man’s attempt to model his surroundings to become that which he envisions as being an ideal world. It is about how a created world has become reality... More
  Martin Parr: Playas. Martin Parr
Playas
"Between 2006 and 2008 Martin Parr documented the beach culture in Latin American countries whilst travelling with his wife Susie (whose text accompanies the photos in the book)... More
     
Hyunjin Kim: Even Your Ears. Hyunjin Kim
Even Your Ears
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  Noriko Takazawa: Sensation. Noriko Takazawa
Sensation
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Robert Gardner: Human Documents. Robert Gardner
Human Documents
"In Human Documents, Robert Gardner introduces the work of photographers with whom he has worked over a period of nearly fifty years under the auspices of the Film Study Center at Harvard... More
  Michael P. Berman: Grasslands/Separating Species. Michael P. Berman
Grasslands/Separating Species
"“THIS CATALOG DOCUMENTS A TWO-PART EXHIBITION that has sprung from the work of Michael Berman, a current Guggenheim Fellow... More
     
Christoph Burtscher: My Father Is the Boss. Christoph Burtscher
My Father Is the Boss
"“My father is the boss.” When Austrian photographer Christoph Burtscher was eight years old, in 1974, he began a school writing assignment with those words. In this two-part work... More
  Louis Porter: 100 Flowers. Louis Porter
100 Flowers
"This book is made up of one hundred photographs of flower beds installed by the Chinese government before the Olympic games... More
 

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