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Joachim Schmid: X Marks the Spot. Joachim Schmid
X Marks the Spot
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Selected as a Book of the Week by Elisabeth Tonnard

Dallas, Texas, Dealey Plaza...
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  Viviane Sassen: Etan & Me. Viviane Sassen
Etan & Me
"ETAN & ME is a story of love and loss, of Eros and Thanatos. It’s a story about the exploration of the Self and the Other. Are we ever able to truly know someone, to truly know ourselves... More
     
Paula McCartney: Book of Trees. Paula McCartney
Book of Trees
"Continuing with the ideas in Bird Watching, this book furthers McCartney's investigation into field guides and nature... More
  Matej Sitar: America, My Way. Matej Sitar
America, My Way
"The book concentrates on selected moments of a journey across the American landscape... More
     
Lex Thompson: Deer Blind. Lex Thompson
Deer Blind
"Printed on a single sheet of 8.5x11" paper, folded into a 5.5x4.25” six page book. The front and back cover depict "trophy walls" of animal photos cut from a daily calendar... More
  Louie Palu: Mira Mexico. Louie Palu
Mira Mexico
"Using photographs taken by Louie Palu relating to the Mexican drug war, this project challenges the reader to take apart this newspaper to see the full photographs and view the content... More
     
Antony Cairns: LDN2. Antony Cairns
LDN2
"This is a second, updated and completely reformatted edition of Antony Cairns?s (originally handmade) 2010 book LDN... More
  Elisabeth Tonnard: The Gospel of the Photographer. Elisabeth Tonnard
The Gospel of the Photographer
"Now in its second printing.

What would it be like if Jesus had been a photographer? What would he have done differently and which images would he have snapped...
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Bruce Gilden: A Complete Examination of Middlesex. Bruce Gilden
A Complete Examination of Middlesex
""I'm known for taking pictures very close, and the older I get, the closer I get." Bruce Gilden

In 2011, New York...
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  Various: 10x10 American Photobooks. Various
10x10 American Photobooks
"The publication documents 10x10 American Photobooks project... More
     
Andrew Miksys: Disko. Andrew Miksys
Disko
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  Renato D Renato D'Agostin
Etna
"Etna by Renato D' Agostin is the fifth book by the young venetian photographer. His gaze on the sicilian volcano seems to tell us of an alien place... More
     
Archive Of Modern Conflict: Amc2 Journal Issue 7. Archive Of Modern Conflict
Amc2 Journal Issue 7
"Issue 7 of Amc2 features a selection of posters, photographs and other artefacts from The Great Refusal, an exhibition documenting post-war protest and counter... More
  Various: 10x10 American Photobooks. Various
10x10 American Photobooks
"The publication documents 10x10 American Photobooks project... More
     
Trent Parke: The Christmas Tree Bucket. Trent Parke
The Christmas Tree Bucket
"“’Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house, Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse...”

The Christmas Tree Bucket is a modern-day Christmas story with a dark edge...
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  Dave Hickey: Pirates and Farmers. Dave Hickey
Pirates and Farmers
"Arguably one of America's most unconventional art/cultural critics working today, Dave Hickey has, once again, assembled a collection of searing essays that challenge the critics cultural status quo... More
     
Susan Bright: Home Truths. Susan Bright
Home Truths
"Published to accompany a highly anticipated traveling exhibition, Home Truths examines contemporary interpretations of one of the most enduring subjects in the history of picture-making... More
  Gerry Badger: The Pleasures of Good Photographs. Gerry Badger
The Pleasures of Good Photographs
"Now in its second printing.

“If looking at photographs is a pleasurable activity, it is pleasurable in a complex, transformative, frequently unsettling sense...
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Janet Delaney: South of Market. Janet Delaney
South of Market
"Crime is something that happens between winos and gays and Latino youths. It isn’t thought to be something that happens when speculators exploit a political situation and just move in and displace 5... More
  Linda Fregni Nagler: The Hidden Mother. Linda Fregni Nagler
The Hidden Mother
"In the vein of Francis Alÿs’s Fabiola and Andy Warhol’s Time Capsules, Linda Fregni Nagler has collected seemingly nondescript images and accumulated a meaningful archive... More
     
Walter Chappell: Walter Chappell. Walter Chappell
Walter Chappell
"A splendid monograph on an unconventional photographer who developed a unique and deeply personal vision of the world surrounding him. Walter Chappell (1925... More
  Broomberg & Chanarin: Scarti. Broomberg & Chanarin
Scarti
"Ghetto, Broomberg and Chanarin’s first collaboration with Trolley, was published ten years ago. It saw the then creative editors and principal photographers of Colors Magazine document 12 con... More
     
Bryan Graf: Wildlife Analysis. Bryan Graf
Wildlife Analysis
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  Daniel Reuter: History of the Visit. Daniel Reuter
History of the Visit
"The minimalistic aesthetics of this book remind me of a sophisticated piece of electronic music. It´s not the rhythm or the melody that drives the piece forward... More
     
Igor Samolet: Be Happy! Igor Samolet
Be Happy!
"Photographer Igor Samolet closely follows a group of young Russian protagonists as they party through the night in condemned buildings, capturing rampant alcohol and drug use... More
  Ekaterina Anokhina: 25 Weeks of Winter. Ekaterina Anokhina
25 Weeks of Winter
"In this series of seemingly unrelated images, photographer Ekaterina Anokhina allows her audience to piece together a visual narrative while flipping through a pocket-sized, very personal album... More
     
Chad States: The Sunbathers. Chad States
The Sunbathers
"Chad States’ The Sunbathers consists of thirteen portraits of men in the process of undressing. Both indulging and complicating the classical depiction of the female bather... More
  Keijiro Kai: Shrove Tuesday. Keijiro Kai
Shrove Tuesday
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Selected as a Book of the Week by Yoko Sawada

"I wondered what these men are doing...
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Theo Anderson: Arbus. Theo Anderson
Arbus
"Theo Anderson's, ARBUS, is the seventh artist book based on the episodes of his ongoing work, CADILLAC.

"The photographs are not so much about place as they are about transformation...
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  Rafal Milach: 7 Rooms. Rafal Milach
7 Rooms
"„Milach’s search is the kind which is almost impossible to visualize. And yet, what he has here, is a fascinating and subtle journey into the loss of direction... More
     
Alfonso Morales: Everything Passes. Alfonso Morales
Everything Passes
"The Calle Junín is one of the best-known thoroughfares in Medellín, Colombia. From the 1950s through the end of the 1970s... More
  Jane Fulton Alt: The Burn. Jane Fulton Alt
The Burn
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Peter Beste: Houston Rap. Peter Beste
Houston Rap
"The Houston, Texas neighborhoods of Fifth Ward, Third Ward and South Park have grown to be hallowed ground for modern rap culture, populated with celebrities, entrepreneurs... More
  Joan Fontcuberta: The Photography of Nature & The Nature of Photography. Joan Fontcuberta
The Photography of Nature & The Nature of Photography
"Catalan photographer Joan Fontcuberta is the 33rd recipient of the prestigious Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography... More
     
Paul Salveson: Between the Shell. Paul Salveson
Between the Shell
"Paul Salveson's photographs were born in New York and Virginia between 2006 and 2011. Constructing images in domestic environments from items found in arm's reach... More
  Juergen Teller: Eating at Hotel Il Pellicano. Juergen Teller
Eating at Hotel Il Pellicano
"In this extraordinary cook book, Juergen Teller photographs extravagantly elegant food from the celebrated Hotel Il Pellicano in Tuscany... More
     
Zhang Xiao: Shanxi. Zhang Xiao
Shanxi
""These photographs were taken in Shanxi Province in northwest China. They document old customs originating from pagan ritual practices. They are, in effect, a voodoo-esque form of totem worship... More
  William Christenberry: William Christenberry. William Christenberry
William Christenberry
"William Christenberry is firmly established as a contemporary American master photographer, but no comprehensive overview of his diverse talents is currently in print. This 260-page volume... More
     
Erik Van Der Weijde: Amsterdam. Erik Van Der Weijde
Amsterdam
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  Eva Maria Ocherbauer: Fiction. Eva Maria Ocherbauer
Fiction
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Daido Moriyama: Marrakech. Daido Moriyama
Marrakech
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  Joel Meyerowitz: Between the Dog and the Wolf. Joel Meyerowitz
Between the Dog and the Wolf
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Takeshi Hanzawa: Hi-lite. Takeshi Hanzawa
Hi-lite
Hi-lite by Takeshi Hanzawa includes over forty color photographs documenting abandoned cars and trains being overrun by trees, vines and other flora... More
  Yasutaka Kojima: Coming Back. Yasutaka Kojima
Coming Back
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Annabelle FÜrstenau: WP#12 Blütenstände. Annabelle FÜrstenau
WP#12 Blütenstände
"What looks like water-color on first sight actually is photography in the purest way. Single “portraits" of florescences, meticulously arranged on a lightning table, reproduced by camera... More
  Cuny Janssen: Yoshino. Cuny Janssen
Yoshino
""Ever since the day I saw the blossoming treetops in the Yoshino's mountains, my heart has left my body behind", wrote the Japanese poet Saigyõ in the twelfth century. And even in those days... More
     
Roger Eberhard: Norma. Roger Eberhard
Norma
34 pictures of houses and trees. The houses are standing clean and intact in the dim evening light directly on the roadside... More
  Fred Huening: One Circle. Fred Huening
One Circle
"Previously published individually in small editions, photographer Fred Hüning's intimate trilogy of works is combined here in a single book. In this way, the very personal images... More
     
Andreas Weinand: The Good Earth. Andreas Weinand
The Good Earth
"In 1998, photographer Andreas Weinand discovered an ecological haven cared for by three elderly people in the Ruhr Valley, on the outskirts of Essen. There they had been working the land... More
  Julia Baier: Water Matters. Julia Baier
Water Matters
""Swimming is a delicate balance between flying and sinking". This quote by Burkhard Strassmann opens Julia Baier's book 'Water Matters'. Her pictures show what people do with water, and even more... More
     
Jerry Uelsmann: All 4 You! Jerry Uelsmann
All 4 You!
"Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor, the masters of surreal photography to hold their second exhibition in The Museum of Photography, Seoul... More
  Edward Burtynsky: Water. Edward Burtynsky
Water
"There is no life without water. Burtynsky's new and highly anticipated book Water tells us the story of where water comes from, how we use it, distribute and waste it. Often using a bird's... More
     
Wei Bi: Zine Collection N°8. Wei Bi
Zine Collection N°8
"This group of composition was photographed from 2008 to 2010. Then, I was in Dalian, which located in Northeastern China, 2000 kilometers away from my hometown. Commuting between Hunan and Dalian... More
  Stephen Dupont: Piksa Niugini. Stephen Dupont
Piksa Niugini
"Stephen Dupont (born 1967) is an Australian photographer who has produced hauntingly beautiful images of fragile cultures and marginalized peoples since beginning his photographic career in 1989... More
     
Janelle Lynch: Barcelona. Janelle Lynch
Barcelona
"Scouring the fallow landscape around the Llobregat river and the Rubí stream near Barcelona with her 8 x 10 camera, Janelle Lynch (born 1969) searches for evidence and omens of nature’s life cycles... More
  Janet Russek: The Tenuous Stem. Janet Russek
The Tenuous Stem
"In 1993, Janet Russek began a series of still lifes of ripe squashes, peaches and pears whose rounded forms echoed the plenitude of pregnancy. Using only natural light... More
     
Sarah Jones: Sarah Jones. Sarah Jones
Sarah Jones
"The photographs of Sarah Jones address established pictorial genres and our associated expectations by paring back space, subject and gesture. This book... More
  Bengt Wanselius: The Worlds of August Strindberg. Bengt Wanselius
The Worlds of August Strindberg
"An astounding labor of love by scholar Björn Meidal and photo editor Bengt Wanselius, The Worlds of August Strindberg is a visual biography of Sweden's most influential writer and playwright... More
     
Bart Michiels: The Course of History. Bart Michiels
The Course of History
"At first glance, the photographs of Bart Michiels, a Belgian photographer who lives and works in New York, seem to depict simple vast landscapes and details of nature... More
  Jochen Lempert: Phenotype. Jochen Lempert
Phenotype
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Barbara Bosworth: Natural Histories. Barbara Bosworth
Natural Histories
"Over the last 20 years, renowned Boston artist Barbara Bosworth (born 1953) has taken photographs of her family in and around her childhood home in Novelty, Ohio... More
 
 

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