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Bernhard Fuchs: Woodlands. Bernhard Fuchs
Woodlands
"Woodlands gathers a series of 50 landscape photographs by Austrian photographer Bernhard Fuchs (born 1971)... More
  Kris Vervaeke: Ad Infinitum. Kris Vervaeke
Ad Infinitum
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Kai-Olaf Hesse: Dresden Suite. Kai-Olaf Hesse
Dresden Suite
"Is it possible to portray a city? How to avoid clichés especially with a city like Dresden, once the glorious "Florence on the river Elbe... More
  Hiroshi Watanabe: The Day the Dam Collapses. Hiroshi Watanabe
The Day the Dam Collapses
"The latest body of work from California-based Japanese photographer Hiroshi Watanabe (born 1951)... More
     
Larry Fink: The Beats. Larry Fink
The Beats
"In the late 50s after an unsuccessful stint in college, master photographer Larry Fink dropped out and began an odyssey of hitchhiking through America. Starting out in Cedar Rapids, Iowa... More
  Delilah Montoya: Women Boxers. Delilah Montoya
Women Boxers
"Five books contains one 5 x 7 archival editioned print of “Jackie... More
     
Anouk Kruithof: Untitled. Anouk Kruithof
Untitled
"Untitled (I’ve taken too many photos/I’ve never taken a photo) is a new publication by Anouk Kruithof, which is an echo of the photo-ceiling + take away poster of the project with the same title... More
  Sara Skorgan Teigen: Fractal State of Being. Sara Skorgan Teigen
Fractal State of Being
""My sketchbook is a physical form of my thoughts, my aquifer of ideas and meditations of the world as I experience and learn from it. It is where my psychological truth takes form and manifests... More
     
Munemasa Takahashi: Tsunami, Photographs, and Then. Munemasa Takahashi
Tsunami, Photographs, and Then
"Before Lost&Found Project founded, "Salvage Memory" project recovered photographs swept away by the tsunami and returned them to their owners.

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  Thomas Mailaender: The Night Climbers of Cambridge. Thomas Mailaender
The Night Climbers of Cambridge
"The Night Climbers of Cambridge was published in 1937 by Chatto & Windus, a reputable house that had brought out the first English translations of Proust in 1922. The author was Noël Edward Symington... More
     
Knut Egil Wang: Southbound. Knut Egil Wang
Southbound
""Long dark winters drive Norwegians towards sunnier shores, destinations commonly referred to as Syden in Norwegian. Syden is a general term that describes most sunny holiday destinations... More
  Jens Olof Lasthein: Home Among Black Hills. Jens Olof Lasthein
Home Among Black Hills
"While growing into one of the biggest European centers of coal and steel, Charleroi in Belgium was populated by migrant workers coming from many countries... More
     
Joana Toro: Masked. Joana Toro
Masked
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  Estefania Gonzalez: Ventanas. Estefania Gonzalez
Ventanas
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Karen Paulina Biswell: Embera-chamis – ¡chao Nos Vemos!. Karen Paulina Biswell
Embera-chamis – ¡chao Nos Vemos!
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  Ana Maria Ruiz: Todo Se Parece a Su Dueno. Ana Maria Ruiz
Todo Se Parece a Su Dueno
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Guadalupe Ruiz: Nada Es Eterno. Guadalupe Ruiz
Nada Es Eterno
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  Tina Enghoff: Migrant Documents. Tina Enghoff
Migrant Documents
"There are vast differences in the degree of mobility across borders. Legal, bureaucratic boundaries, as well as physical borders and checkpoints at airports, etc... More
     
Kent Klich: Killing Time. Kent Klich
Killing Time
"Through a series of images produced over more than a decade, photographer Kent Klich explores the conditions of those living in Gaza, a society under constant siege. In the foreword... More
  John Gossage: Who Do You Love. John Gossage
Who Do You Love
"Who Do You Love presents a tightly curated group of unique, never-before-seen pieces—photographic distractions, in the words of the artist—from the 1990s... More
 

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