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Katherine A. Bussard: Unfamiliar Streets. Katherine A. Bussard
Unfamiliar Streets
"City scenes have been chronicled in photographs since the early 1800s, but street photography as traditionally defined has captured a relatively narrow field of these images... More
  Stephen Shore: From Galilee to the Negev. Stephen Shore
From Galilee to the Negev
"Acclaimed photographer Stephen Shore (b... More
     
Manuel Carrillo: Mi Querido Mexico. Manuel Carrillo
Mi Querido Mexico
"The photographic output of Manuel Carrillo is not as well-known as the work of Manuel Alvarez Bravo and Edward Weston, his contemporaries in Mexico and the United States respectively... More
  Larry Fink: Larry Fink on Composition and Improvisation. Larry Fink
Larry Fink on Composition and Improvisation
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JoÃo Rocha: Kim Jong Il Looking at Things. JoÃo Rocha
Kim Jong Il Looking at Things
"Comical and bizarre, Kim Jong Il Looking at Things is based upon one of the most followed, shared and imitated monothematic Tumblr blogs in recent years. Created by João Rocha... More
  Francesca Woodman: Francesca Woodman. Francesca Woodman
Francesca Woodman
"This volume-the most comprehensive monograph published on Francesca Woodman to date... More
     
Michael Schmidt: Natur. Michael Schmidt
Natur
"In a series of black and white images of the German landscape made between 1987 and 1997, Michael Schmidt has forged a new pictorial language to deconstruct the world he observes... More
  Joanna Piotrowska: Frowst. Joanna Piotrowska
Frowst
"‘Every activity in the relationship with a father allows “I” to develop, and at the same time destroys “I”. I find the father everywhere, where I think it’s me. There is no landscape without father... More
     
Nick Waplington: Settlement. Nick Waplington
Settlement
"Nick Waplington lived in Jerusalem for four years, where he depicted the physical and political geography of Jewish settlements in the West Bank... More
  Rosalind Fox Solomon: Them. Rosalind Fox Solomon
Them
"Rosalind Fox Solomon spent five months in Israel and the West Bank during 2010–11, staying in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Nahariya, Bethlehem and Jenin. Travelling by local bus along with commuter workers... More
     
HÉlÈne Casanova: Chimayo. HÉlÈne Casanova
Chimayo
"Photo book by English professor and award-winning photographer Hélène Casanova documents the Easter Week pilgrimage to the historic chapel at Chimayó, New Mexico... More
  Nick Waplington: Settlement. Nick Waplington
Settlement
"Nick Waplington lived in Jerusalem for four years, where he depicted the physical and political geography of Jewish settlements in the West Bank... More
     
Rosalind Fox Solomon: Them. Rosalind Fox Solomon
Them
"Rosalind Fox Solomon spent five months in Israel and the West Bank during 2010–11, staying in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Nahariya, Bethlehem and Jenin. Travelling by local bus along with commuter workers... More
  Nick Ballon: Ezekiel 36:36. Nick Ballon
Ezekiel 36:36
"In Ezekiel 36:36 photographer Nick Ballon’s ongoing fascination and personal connection with Bolivia is bought to life with his documentation of Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano (LAB)... More
     
Sarah Kennel: Charles Marville. Sarah Kennel
Charles Marville
"Charles Marville (1813–79) is widely acknowledged as one of the most talented photographers of the nineteenth century... More
  Minor White: Manifestations of the Spirit. Minor White
Manifestations of the Spirit
"Controversial, misunderstood, and sometimes overlooked, Minor White (1908–1976) is one of the great photographers of the twentieth century... More
     
Richard Billingham: Ray Richard Billingham
Ray's a Laugh
"Photographer and painter Richard Billingham (born 1970) grew up in a cramped, high-rise tenement apartment with his mother and father in Birmingham, England. His father, Ray, was an unemployed... More
  Martin Parr: Bad Weather. Martin Parr
Bad Weather
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Donigan Cumming: The Stage. Donigan Cumming
The Stage
"Donigan Cumming’s The Stage is one of the most challenging photo books published in the last century. Rather than merely documenting his subjects, Cumming collaborated with them... More
  Jo Ann Callis: Other Rooms. Jo Ann Callis
Other Rooms
"Jo Ann Callis: Other Rooms, the first publication to comprehensively feature Jo Ann Callis’ mid-1970s investigation of the nude body and sexuality, is a revelation; the work is provocative... More
     
Stephen Gill: Best Before End. Stephen Gill
Best Before End
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  Stephen Gill: Talking to Ants. Stephen Gill
Talking to Ants
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Oscar Palacio: American Places. Oscar Palacio
American Places
"Mount Rushmore. Gettysburg. Manzanar. Plymouth Rock. In Palacio's American Places these sites, so closely linked to the collective and complex legacy we inherit as Americans... More
  Michael MacK: Imprint. Michael MacK
Imprint
"What is the status and potential of the photo-book? Not only does the photo-book facilitate other means of display and distribution than gallery exhibitions... More
     
Risaku Suzuki: Kumano, Yuki, Sakura. Risaku Suzuki
Kumano, Yuki, Sakura
"Published in conjunction with an exhibition held in 2007 at Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography... More
  Lorenzo Vitturi: Dalston Anatomy. Lorenzo Vitturi
Dalston Anatomy
"Now in its second edition

Lorenzo Vitturi’s work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy...
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Sara Blokland: The Police Band of Suriname. Sara Blokland
The Police Band of Suriname
"The police band in Suriname cannot pride itself on being the oldest band in Suriname, nor even that it is very old... More
  Sophie Calle: Rachel, Monique.... Sophie Calle
Rachel, Monique...
"Using diary excerpts and photographs from family albums Sophie Calle created the installation at the Palais de Tokyo in honour of her deceased mother. This book is primarily an artist's book... More
     
Erik Van Der Weijde: Third Reich. Erik Van Der Weijde
Third Reich
"This book shows a collection of black-and-white photographs of buildings and structures erected during the Nazi period throughout Bavaria, in southern Germany... More
  Thomas Struth: Walking. Thomas Struth
Walking
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Nicolo Degiorgis: Hidden Islam. Nicolo Degiorgis
Hidden Islam
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  Nicolo Degiorgis: Oasis Hotel. Nicolo Degiorgis
Oasis Hotel
"This book documents a hitchhike along China’s Cross-Desert Highway, a road built in the mid 1990s to help the extraction of oil... More
     
Andrew Lichtenstein: War Is Only Half the Story, Vol VI. Andrew Lichtenstein
War Is Only Half the Story, Vol VI
"War is Only Half the Story, Vol VI, features the work of 2012 Aftermath Project grant winner, Andrew Lichtenstein,and four finalists - Christopher Capozziello, Michelle Frankfurter... More
  Eugenia Maximova: Kitchen Stories from the Balkans. Eugenia Maximova
Kitchen Stories from the Balkans
"The kitchen is a multipurpose room, a space which reflects identity and self-perception. It embodies the spirit of the Balkan home and mirrors society as a whole... More
     
Tammy Mercure
Pure
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  Henry Carroll: Read This If You Want to Take Great Photographs. Henry Carroll
Read This If You Want to Take Great Photographs
"No scary graphs. No techie diagrams. No camera-club jargon. Read This If You Want to Take Great Photographs walks you through the fundamentals of composition, exposure, light, lenses and the all... More
     
Leon Kirchlechner: Nowhere. Leon Kirchlechner
Nowhere
"Was there something? Or nothing?

With no horizon, one's view into the distance is impeded. Scanning, searching, one's gaze comes to a standstill in Leon Kirchlechner's photographs...
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  Sarah Kennel: Charles Marville. Sarah Kennel
Charles Marville
"Charles Marville (1813–79) is widely acknowledged as one of the most talented photographers of the nineteenth century... More
     
Derek Ridgers: 78-87 London Youth. Derek Ridgers
78-87 London Youth
"Taken in the streets, clubs, basements and bars of London between 1978 and 1987... More
  Jason Fulford: The Photographer Jason Fulford
The Photographer's Playbook
"Now in its second printing

There is no better way to learn than by doing. This book is for anyone who wants to be inspired...
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Danny Lyon: The Bikeriders. Danny Lyon
The Bikeriders
"First published in 1968, and now back in print for the first time in ten years, The Bikeriders explores firsthand the stories and personalities of the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club. This journal... More
  Robert Frank: The Americans. Robert Frank
The Americans
"On May 15, 1958, the first edition of Robert Frank’s The Americans was published in Paris... More
     
Sally Mann: Immediate Family. Sally Mann
Immediate Family

New edition due in April 2014 printed with new scans and separations from original prints.

First published in 1992...
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  Bobby Abrahamson: The West Behind Us. Bobby Abrahamson
The West Behind Us
"The West Behind Us documents four small, rural towns in Oregon - Fields, Mitchell, Long Creek and Halfway ... More
     
Philipp Ebeling: Land Without Past. Philipp Ebeling
Land Without Past
"His first book is a deeply personal photographic essay on growing up in a small village in the north of Germany and a meditation on the relationship contemporary Germany has with its past... More
  Ad Van Denderen: Go No Go. Ad Van Denderen
Go No Go
In 1999, the great social photographer of our time, Sebastiao Salgado, published Migrations, thereby bringing to our attention the massive flood of humans-mostly young men... More
     
Misha Kominek: First Journey Home. Misha Kominek
First Journey Home
"In the summer of 1997, Misha Kominek decided to go on a road trip by himself around Poland for the first time... More
 
 

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