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Paul Kranzler: Land of Milk and Honey. Paul Kranzler
Land of Milk and Honey
The title can only be meant ironically as photographer Paul Kranzler tells the story of his elderly neighbors, Toni and Aloisia, living out their days in their one-room subsidized apartment... More
  Arno Rafael Minkkinen: Saga. Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Erika Diettes: Silencios. Erika Diettes
"Erika Diettes compiles images and testimonials of the suffering of the Jewish population during the horror of World War II in the Nazi Germany... More
  Animals: Photofinish. Animals
"Man had already established a relationship with the horse 17,000 years ago, as shown by the cave paintings at Lascaux, while Homer described the neck-and-neck final of a horse race in 900 BC... More
Yukio Watanabe: Sanbanse. Yukio Watanabe
  Erika Diettes: Silencios. Erika Diettes
"Erika Diettes compiles images and testimonials of the suffering of the Jewish population during the horror of World War II in the Nazi Germany... More
Kensuke Kazama: Yubari. Kensuke Kazama
The subject of Kensuke Kazama's beautiful Yubari is Hokkaido Prefecture's coal mining industry, which is responsible for nearly twenty percent of Japan's total electrical power... More
  Arno Rafael Minkkinen: Saga. Arno Rafael Minkkinen
Jesse Marlow: Wounded. Jesse Marlow
"For the last 2 years Melbourne photographer Jesse Marlow has been documenting people who have been affected by superficial injuries as they go about their daily routine out on the street... More
  Stephen Gill: Invisible. Stephen Gill
Driving at dusk one night in Denver, Colorado, a man emerged from an overgrown section of park on the periphery of my vision. Turning to glance at him... More
Lauren Shaw: Maine Women. Lauren Shaw
Maine Women
"All these women know that living in a place involves responsibility for it, though each expresses her commitment in a different way... More
  Eikoh Hosoe: Kamaitachi. Eikoh Hosoe
These two books (referring to The Map by Kikuji Kawada) are gorgeous reprints of long-out-of-print titles which are integral to an understanding of post-WWII Japanese photography... More
Eirik Johnson: Borderlands. Eirik Johnson
Initially, Borderlands feels awkward in your hands, but the design perfectly fits Johnson's full-bleed images, one per page-spread. An image of cold, wet river... More
  Frederick Sommer: The Art of Frederick Sommer. Frederick Sommer
The Art of Frederick Sommer
This weighty new compendium is a real knockout. Beautifully designed, and with a masterly essay by Keith F. Davis, this book is the summation that Sommer’s work has deserved but never received... More
Debra Bloomfield: Four Corners. Debra Bloomfield
Four Corners
  Richard Pitnick: Havana. Richard Pitnick
"The photographs collected in Havana came out of a 10-day assignment in Cuba in January 2003 for Black & White Magazine, where Richard Pitnick serves as senior contributing editor... More
Jessica Backhaus: Jesus and the Cherries. Jessica Backhaus
Jesus and the Cherries
Jessica Backhaus takes a characteristically serene tack to these pictures of a Polish village and its environs, eliciting a kind of nostalgic portrait of the European present... More
  Santa Fe: Visions of Santa Fe. Santa Fe
Visions of Santa Fe
"Nobody Doesn't Love Santa Fe!" This amazing place is a magnet for artists, tourists, and, of course, photographers. Cameras are as common as red and green chile. Because Santa Fe is so photogenic... More
David Goldes: Water Being Water. David Goldes
Water Being Water
Well, it’s about time someone did a book on David Goldes' photographs. This elegant and intelligent volume... More
  Takashi Yasumura: Domestic Scandals. Takashi Yasumura
Domestic Scandals
The Japanese sliding door with a tree printed on it divides the room; a pinkish short-nap carpet runs right up to it. In blank contrasts such as this... More

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