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Alexandra Huddleston: 333 Saints. Alexandra Huddleston
333 Saints
"333 Saints: A Life of Scholarship in Timbuktu­–a photographic book in English and French by Fulbright Scholar Alexandra Huddleston–tells a story of discovery... More
  David J. Carol: "Where David J. Carol
"Where's the Monkey?'
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Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs: Light of Other Days. Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs
Light of Other Days
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Read George Slade's review of Light of Other Days on photo-eye Blog...
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  Johan Van Der Keuken: Paris Mortel. Johan Van Der Keuken
Paris Mortel
"In 1956 Johan van der Keuken (1938-2001) moved from Amsterdam to Paris to study at the School of Film. There Van der Keuken took thousands of photographs... More
     
Motohiko Hasui: Personal Matters. Motohiko Hasui
Personal Matters
"Personal Matters is a collection of everyday snapshots by one of Japan’s most promising emerging talents in fashion photography. However, for Hasui, the personal matters more... More
  Chen Jiagang: Sample Room. Chen Jiagang
Sample Room
"Looks Pretty
Games of Survival in Chinese Model Homes

Looking across history, changing societies pass through three phases. The first phase is an accumulative phase...
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Gregoire Eloy: A Black Matter. Gregoire Eloy
A Black Matter
"«What do we really know when we are looking at the stars? It is like reading a detective story following Grégoire Eloy tracking what's going on in the corridors of astrophysics... More
  Carlos Loret De Mola: Rivington. Carlos Loret De Mola
Rivington
"A photozine by Carlos Loret de Mola relating an ambiguous encounter of a woman and a man in the city. Printed and bound in a numbered edition of 100... More
     
Erika Larsen: Sàmi. Erika Larsen
Sàmi
"In this book my photographs explore the symbiotic relationship between Sámi reindeer herders and the environment, their existence in today's world and their ancestral roots... More
  Andy Mattern: Driven Snow. Andy Mattern
Driven Snow
"Driven Snow is a collection of photographs depicting formations of grit and snow that accumulate on cars in the Minnesota winter... More
     
Simone Kappeler: Darkened Days. Simone Kappeler
Darkened Days
"Published on the occasion of the Simone Kappeler exhibition, Darkened Days, at the Douglas Hyde Gallery, April 12 - May 22, 2013. Includes text, Darkened Days, by John Hutchinson... More
  Elisabeth Tonnard: The Man of the Crowd. Elisabeth Tonnard
The Man of the Crowd
"This book connects Edgar Allan Poe's story 'The Man of the Crowd' to an occurrence photographed in a Parisian street. The main part of the work is a series of 56 photographs... More
     
Mark Steinmetz: Paris in My Time. Mark Steinmetz
Paris in My Time
"“Paris in my time”, Mark Steinmetz’s long-awaited new monograph, presents work culled from several extended trips that the artist made to Paris over a twenty-five year period... More
  David Fonseca: Right Here, Right Now. David Fonseca
Right Here, Right Now
"“Right Here, Right Now” is a collection of Polaroids taken between 1998 and 2008 by the Portuguese musician/photographer David Fonseca. Caught by a sudden musical success that thrived to the date... More
     
Patrik Budenz: Post Mortem. Patrik Budenz
Post Mortem
"A person's death ends her existence. Still, the body remains.

Until the 19th century, death was so prevalent in everyday life that it couldn't be denied: people nearly always died at home...
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  Attilio Maria Navarra: Luci Di Casa. Attilio Maria Navarra
Luci Di Casa
"Sunlight is the pervasive theme of Navarra's latest collection; the sun pervading the scene, the sun blurring the edges of what we see and haunting the forests like a fog from the sea... More
     
Tim Davis: Quinto Quarto. Tim Davis
Quinto Quarto
"On the very first day I ever spent photographing in Rome — a white-hot September in 2007— my assistant took me to Testaccio to show me the old slaughterhouse. It was largely abandoned... More
  Dan Winters: Road to Seeing. Dan Winters
Road to Seeing
"Now in its second printing

After beginning his career as a photojournalist for a daily newspaper in southern California...
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Henk Wildschut: Food. Henk Wildschut
Food
"Few subjects evoke as much controversy nowadays as the subject of food. The world's population continues to grow... More
  Gilles BonnecarrÈre: Male Dancers Wanted. Gilles BonnecarrÈre
Male Dancers Wanted
"Male dancers wanted is a collection of previously unpublished photographs taken in a strip club in New York in 1976... More
 

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