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Anais Lopez: In the Beginning No Bird Sang. Anais Lopez
In the Beginning No Bird Sang
"The work of Amsterdam-based visual artist and documentary photographer Anaïs López investigates how people live in the city. López is fascinated with the dynamic between the human and urban scales... More
  Pino Musi: _08:08 Operating Theatre. Pino Musi
_08:08 Operating Theatre
"'I "prepared” 7 images taken in 3 operating theatres of southern Italy. The shooting method, as in most of my work, was based on rigorous planning: the shots were made with a large-format camera... 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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  Michael J. Benari: Shoah. Michael J. Benari
Shoah
"On his visit to Berlin in 2012, Michael Benari photographed Berlin’s holocaust memorial in a way that is highly personal and expressive. Working with afternoon light and 35mm film... More
     
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
  Takashi Homma: Mountain Photographer Torahiko. Takashi Homma
Mountain Photographer Torahiko
"I met him at a mountain hot spring. His back was big like a mountain. He called himself Torahiko. He was shooting mountains. He used to take fashion photographs in Tokyo, but got fed up... More
     
Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape. Victoria Sambunaris
Taxonomy of a Landscape
"For more than a decade, Victoria Sambunaris (born 1964) has crossed the United States with her five-by-seven wooden field camera and sheets of color negative film... More
  Michael Schmelling: Land Lines. Michael Schmelling
Land Lines
"In the winter of 2007, photographer and artist Michael Schmelling-known for his previous books Shut Up Truth, The Wilco Book and The Plan... More
     
Mark Edward Harris: South Korea. Mark Edward Harris
South Korea
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  Svjetlana Tepavcevic: Means of Reproduction. Svjetlana Tepavcevic
Means of Reproduction
"Published on the occasion of her 2013 exhibition at photo-eye Gallery, this softbound catalogue introduces us to Tepavcevic's Means of Reproduction project... More
     
Brian Griffin: The Black Kingdom. Brian Griffin
The Black Kingdom
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  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
     
Jane Fulton Alt: The Burn. Jane Fulton Alt
The Burn
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  ZoÉ Beausire: Where the Birds Used to Sing. ZoÉ Beausire
Where the Birds Used to Sing
Where the Birds Used to Sing by Zoé Beausire contains twelve black & white photographs of birds, many of whom are caught in wire and unable to fly... More
     
Clayton Cotterell: Aint-Bad Magazine No. 5. Clayton Cotterell
Aint-Bad Magazine No. 5
"“Escapism: the tendency to seek distraction and relief from unpleasant realities, especially by seeking entertainment or engaging in fantasy.”

As editors and photographers...
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  Charlie White: Such Appetite. Charlie White
Such Appetite
"Peeking into the combustible sublime of America’s outer-urban colonies, Such Appetite pairs Charlie White’s intimate study of a teenage girl with poems by Stephanie Ford in a twenty... More
     
Helen Sear: Brisees. Helen Sear
Brisees
"Brise´es (from the French for broken branches) is a new publication by renowned British artist Helen Sear published by GOST books to coincide with her exhibition Lure at the Oriel Davies Gallery 2 Feb More
  Ingvar Kenne: Citizen. Ingvar Kenne
Citizen
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RenÉe Jacobs: Paris. RenÉe Jacobs
Paris
"GALERIE VEVAIS is proud to present a new kind of sensual book: Renée Jacobs´ PARIS is of course a book of nudes, but it is much more than that... More
  Jh EngstrÖm: Sketch of Paris. Jh EngstrÖm
Sketch of Paris
"For over twenty years, Swedish photographer JH Engström has lived and worked in Paris, a city that, like New York, has a long photographic pedigree... More
 

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