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Karen Bucher: Sunnydell Farm. Karen Bucher
Sunnydell Farm
"Sunnydell Farm is the name my mother gave to the Pennsylvania dairy farm that our family started in 1947... More
  Erez Sabag: My Favorite T-shirt. Erez Sabag
My Favorite T-shirt
"Through photography and digital video, Erez Sabag presents in My Favorite T-shirt a collection of young exquisite New Yorkers posing, staring wide-eyed... More
     
Clifford Ross: Wave Music. Clifford Ross
Wave Music
Three bodies of work are presented here: Hurricane, Horizons, and Grain. All three groupings present formalist views of the sea—the first two are explicit, whereas the last is implied... More
  Richard Pitnick: Havana. Richard Pitnick
Havana
"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
     
David Marrus: Pages from My Album. David Marrus
Pages from My Album
Pre-release copies available... More
  Drex Brooks: Sweet Medicine. Drex Brooks
Sweet Medicine
This book chronicles in photographs numerous locations across the United States where historic conflicts and resolutions between Native Americans and colonists occurred. Ranging from pristine... More
     
Bobby Abrahamson: One Summer Across America. Bobby Abrahamson
One Summer Across America
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  Bohnchang Koo: Portraits of Time. Bohnchang Koo
Portraits of Time
Koo is one of Korea's foremost fine-art photographers, well-established in his own country and beginning to exhibit more frequently and more widely in the West... More
     
Brian Doan: The Forgotten Ones. Brian Doan
The Forgotten Ones
"The Forgotten Ones gives the world a window into the lives of "left-over" Vietnamese refugees in the Philippines. These refugees include both "boat people", who risked their lives to escape Vietnam... More
  David Carol: 40 Miles of Bad Road... David Carol
40 Miles of Bad Road..
"The first printing is limited to 750 copies. Of this first edition, fifty copies have been numbered 1-50 and signed and numbered by David Carol... More
     
Nubar Alexanian: Jazz With Wynton Marsalis. Nubar Alexanian
Jazz With Wynton Marsalis
""The vocabulary of jazz, the basic building blocks of the music, are metaphors for communication. These haven't changed very much since the very early days. Call and response means... More
  Jane Alden Stevens: Tears of Stone. Jane Alden Stevens
Tears of Stone
"From the introductory essay by Donovan Webster, author of "Aftermath: The Remnants of War": "...over a span of nearly two years... More
     
Robert A. Hansen: Yucatan Passages. Robert A. Hansen
Yucatan Passages
"This book offers images from explorations among Maya ruins in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula... More
  Gloria Baker Feinstein: Convergence. Gloria Baker Feinstein
Convergence
This is the first monograph on Kansas City photographer Feinstein, whose rich imagery-in which children are the principal characters-shows a rare maturity deserving of attention on a national level... More
     
Andrea Modica: Real Indians. Andrea Modica
Real Indians
In 2000, photographer Andrea Modica, well-known for her three previous monographs—Treadwell (Cat# CI087H), Minor League... More
  Gay Block: Bertha Alyce. Gay Block
Bertha Alyce
"Gay Block began photographing her mother, Bertha Alyce, in 1973 and continued until Bertha Alyce's death resulting from a stroke in 1991... More
     
Lisa Law: Flashing on the Sixties. Lisa Law
Flashing on the Sixties
Taken by an inside participant, these photographs provide an intimate look at the cultural upheaval of the 1960s. Included are portraits of The Beatles, The Grateful Dead, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin... More
  Martin Parr: Saddam Hussein Watches. Martin Parr
Saddam Hussein Watches
Out-of-print. Limited signed copies available.

Parr has had a long-standing fascination with vernacular uses of photograph, as evidenced in his series of Boring Postcards...
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Bela Kalman: Sea Shells. Bela Kalman
Sea Shells
"Seashells have intrigued and perplexed mankind since our earliest beginnings - some 600 million years after the first shell-producing invertebrates appeared. Across the ages... More
  Greg MacGregor: Lewis and Clark Revisited. Greg MacGregor
Lewis and Clark Revisited
""Lewis and Clark Revisited takes us on a stunning visual journey through contemporary America. Almost ten years ago photographer Greg MacGregor began his journey, camera in hand... More
 

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