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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
     
Dave Jordano: Assembled Works. Dave Jordano
Assembled Works
"No two bridges are exactly alike. Their elegance, purity of efficiency, strength and beauty are engineering marvels. For nearly 100 years now... More
  Eddie Soloway: One Thousand Moons. Eddie Soloway
One Thousand Moons
"In my lifetime, if I am lucky, I will see one thousand full moons. One thousand. The number seems like a lot, yet it also feels finite. A generous amount... More
     
Timothy Hearsum: Road Trips Timothy Hearsum
Road Trips
"There is a long tradition in the arts of taking to the road to discover something about one's own country. Writers, photographers and artists have all set out... More
  Gus Powell: The Company of Strangers. Gus Powell
The Company of Strangers
"Gus Powell lives in Brooklyn. These pictures were taken during his lunch hours over the last few years... More
     
Stephen Shore: Essex County. Stephen Shore
Essex County
Made 20 years after Uncommon Places, Shore's newest imagery, upon first reading, seems to have done an about-face from the course set two decades ago. For one thing, they're black-and-white... More
  Michael Kenna: Japan Michael Kenna
Japan
Michael Kenna first travelled to Japan in the mid-80s to organize an exhibition of his work at what was then the Min Gallery in Tokyo. Over the ensuing years, he has returned to Japan numerous times... More
     
Steve Fitch: Gone Steve Fitch
Gone
Fitch's lush, color, view-camera-employed photographs present the findings of a wanderer and self-styled visual detective. He criss-crossed the Great Plains-from Billings, MT in the north to Lubbock... More
  Jett Ulaner Sarachek: Jett Ulaner Sarachek Jett Ulaner Sarachek
Jett Ulaner Sarachek
Two New Monographs featuring Alternative Processes. Jett Sarachek: Pinhole Photographs & Zeva Oelbaum: Blue Prints As evidenced by last year's The Antiquarian Avant-Garde (Cat# AB246 $49.95)... More
     
David Gibson: Canyonlands Vision David Gibson
Canyonlands Vision
Gibson's methodical, detail-oriented approach to photography, coupled with an willingness to travel to remote areas of the Western United States... More
  Ann Parker: Los Ambulantes Ann Parker
Los Ambulantes
Now defunct in most parts of the world, the art of itinerant photography still lives in Guatemala... More
     
Andrea Modica: Treadwell Andrea Modica
Treadwell
Andrea Modica is a young photographer whose work has emerged in the last five years. Critically acclaimed, her photographs are collected here for the first time--a rich, empathetic... More
  Arthur Lazar: Arthur Lazar. Arthur Lazar
Arthur Lazar
For the first time Arthur Lazar's finest landscape work is available in a beautifully printed monograph. For over 30 years he has photographed in New Mexico, Utah... More
     
Debbie Fleming Caffery: Debbie Fleming Caffery Debbie Fleming Caffery
Debbie Fleming Caffery
This nicely printed, oversized exhibition catalogue highlights the work Debbie Fleming Caffery has done since her acclaimed--and now out-of-print--monograph Carry Me Home... More
  William Clift: Certain Places William Clift
Certain Places
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Steve Fitch: Diesels and Dinosaurs Steve Fitch
Diesels and Dinosaurs
Fitch's photographs capture the feeling of travelling along America's highways, isolating views of truckstops, billboards, and neon motel signs. Mostly devoid of human subjects... More
  Rolf Koppel: Soliloquy Rolf Koppel
Soliloquy
"Central to the underlying thematic orientation of Rolf Koppel's opus are the identity of the individual and the examination of the body as tools of expression... More
     
William Clift: A Hudson Landscape William Clift
A Hudson Landscape
This book by William Clift is a visual journey which takes us north, up the Hudson River from just above New York. A gorgeous edition, this self... More
  Ron Rosenstock: Chiostro. Ron Rosenstock
Chiostro
Continuing in the grand tradition of large-format, superbly rendered black-and-white landscape photographs... More
 

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