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Olaf Unverzart: Spuren. Olaf Unverzart
Spuren
"Print run: 500

Book Design by Andreas Töpfer
Awarded "Schönste Deutsche Bücher 2007"

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  Twinka Ishiwata-Pichler: Desperately Seeking Twinka. Twinka Ishiwata-Pichler
Desperately Seeking Twinka
"The ginger-and-white Twinka, born into an undomesticated family in El Cerrito, California in 1994, is well-known around the Nazraeli Portland office by artists who come to work on their books... More
     
John Willis: Recycled Realities. John Willis
Recycled Realities
"Near the homes of photographers John Willis and Tom Young is a paper mill that sits in the otherwise pristine and picturesque climes of western Massachusetts. For Willis and Young... More
  Jonathan Hollingsworth: What We Think Now. Jonathan Hollingsworth
What We Think Now
In What We Think Now, Jonathan Hollingsworth recontextualizes the political poster, long a staple of civil disobedience, to fit 21st-century wars and the profound views they generate. In 2004... More
     
John Bernhard: Drift. John Bernhard
Drift
"This book is a visual journey, like a musical score, a personal diary, a compilation of images captured from the way John Bernhard sees the world... More
  Todd Hido: Between the Two. Todd Hido
Between the Two
"First printing is out-of-print. It is now in the second Printing

Todd Hido's striking new monograph, Between the Two...
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Derek Dudek: china. Derek Dudek
china
"In the course of the 20th century a number of totalitarian regimes promoted art that was meant to celebrate the accomplishments of the state... More
  George Haas: Forcing Nature. George Haas
Forcing Nature
"Reprocessed with the latest computer technology, George Haas' superb photography evokes the sense of place that is Los Angeles' famously artificial landscape, most of which... More
     
Justin Kimball: Where We Find Ourselves. Justin Kimball
Where We Find Ourselves
Imagine a mythical forest: dappled with smoky light, granite outcrops hosting majestic stands of trees, a brook cascading nearby. Then you stumble across a colony of doughy... More
  Paul D Paul D'Amato
Barrio
"In 1988 photographer Paul D’Amato was driving around Chicago with his camera when he decided to follow Halsted Street into Pilsen, the city’s largest Mexican neighborhood... More
     
Judy Natal: Neon Boneyard. Judy Natal
Neon Boneyard
"The garish glow of neon was part of what put Las Vegas on the map - quite literally. The city’s most distinctive form of expression, neon signs tell an elaborate story of the history of Las Vegas... More
  Justin Chase Lane: Playhouse Archives. Justin Chase Lane
Playhouse Archives
""These photographs are of environments in which I create friction between interior and exterior space. I construct these environments in my studio; once photographed... More
     
Tammy Cromer-Campbell: Fruit of the Orchard. Tammy Cromer-Campbell
Fruit of the Orchard
"In 1982, a toxic waste facility opened in the Piney Woods in Winona, Texas. The residents were told that the company would plant fruit trees on the land left over from its ostensible salt... More
  Frederic Roberts: Humanitas II. Frederic Roberts
Humanitas II
""Humanitas" means the development of human virtue in all its forms, to its fullest extent-a fitting title for this magnificent collection of photography by Fredric Roberts... More
     
Mauro Fiorese: Aula Dei. Mauro Fiorese
Aula Dei
'In another light. It might be reductive to say that Mauro Fiorese went looking for - and portraying - Madonnas, angels and saints dispersed in our everyday life... More
  Adam Bartos: Boulevard. Adam Bartos
Boulevard
Essayist Geoff Dyer attempts to assay Adam Bartos’s resolutely mute photographs of street scenes in Los Angeles and Paris by referring to descriptive “antinomies” distinguishing the two cities—walk More
     
Patrick Alt: Unknown Tuscany. Patrick Alt
Unknown Tuscany
"Printing Industries of America, the world's largest graphic art trade association, has annnounced the winners of its annual Benny awards, reknowned as the premier graphic arts award... More
  Jeff Brouws: Approaching Nowhere. Jeff Brouws
Approaching Nowhere
"Like many who grew up during the spread of sprawl—with its predictable landscape of housing developments, shopping malls, interstate highways, and big... More
     
Patrick Alt: Unknown Tuscany. Patrick Alt
Unknown Tuscany
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