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Shawn Records: From the Bottom of a Well. Shawn Records
From the Bottom of a Well
"Shawn Records’ beautifully complex photographs are woven together here in From the Bottom of a Well, a poetic and tragically humorous account of a Chinese government... More
  Ian Teh: Traces. Ian Teh
Traces
"Ian Teh explores the industrial hinterlands of China’s far-flung and impoverished provinces with unflinching precision and subtle intensity. From industrialization to pollution... More
     
Elijah Gowin: Of Falling and Floating. Elijah Gowin
Of Falling and Floating
"Of Falling and Floating, Gowin’s most recent monograph, brings together three series of innovative color photographs. Combining hand-crafted techniques with the latest digital imagery technology... More
  David Ondrik: Arid Harvests. David Ondrik
Arid Harvests
"Arid Harvests is a soft-cover book of 60 photographs by David Ondrik, exploring the food that is being sustainability grown in the high desert of Albuquerque, New Mexico... More
     
David J. Carol: All My Lies Are True.... David J. Carol
All My Lies Are True...
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  Hans Eijkelboom: New York by Numbers. Hans Eijkelboom
New York by Numbers
"'New York By Numbers' is the result of a task I set myself. Over a three week period, I walked around the city taking pictures of people with numbers on their clothing. This soon became a game... More
     
Richard Misrach: 1991. Richard Misrach
1991
"Blind Spot Series 02: 1991 — The Oakland-Berkeley Fire Aftermath by Richard Misrach In October 1991, immediately following the catastrophic firestorm which struck the Oakland and Berkeley Hills... More
  Jamey Stillings: The Bridge at Hoover Dam. Jamey Stillings
The Bridge at Hoover Dam
"In March of 2009, amidst the rumblings of a global financial crisis that was to shape zeitgeist for years to come, Jamey Stillings set out on a road trip to reinvigorate his creative spirit... More
     
Hans Bol: Paradise City. Hans Bol
Paradise City
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  Nicholas Muellner: The Amnesia Pavilions. Nicholas Muellner
The Amnesia Pavilions
"The Amnesia Pavilions, Nicholas Muellner’s stunning new book of textual and visual autobiography, takes as its central narrative his return trip to a small city in Eastern Siberia after a seventeen... More
     
Gu Zheng: Contemporary Chinese Photographic Arts. Gu Zheng
Contemporary Chinese Photographic Arts
"The most comprehensive, impactful collection of photography in China to date, this is a vibrantly printed... More
  Pierre Crocquet De Rosemond
Pinky Promise
"In his last photo project, Pierre Crocquet (*1971 in Cape Town) produced sensitive psychological studies of a small multicultural community in South Africa. Now... More
     
Margaret M De Lange: Surrounded by No One. Margaret M De Lange
Surrounded by No One
"The theme of Margaret M De Lange's second book published by Trolley is one of loneliness. It is a personal documentary, which follows people close to her a swell as some that she has met only briefly... More
  Hans Eijkelboom: Amsterdam by Numbers. Hans Eijkelboom
Amsterdam by Numbers
"'Amsterdam By Numbers' is the result of a task I set myself. Over a five week period, I walked around the city taking pictures of people with numbers on their clothing. This soon became a game... More
     
Mitch Dobrowner: Mitch Dobrowner. Mitch Dobrowner
Mitch Dobrowner
"21ST Editions is honored to announce Mitch Dobrowner, the second book in 21ST Editions' new Prism Series. Limited to 280 copies... More
  Mona Kuhn: Bordeaux Series. Mona Kuhn
Bordeaux Series
"In a remote landscape near Bordeaux, Mona Kuhn owns a little house: simple, bare and even without electricity. Kuhn travels here each year to entertain family and friends as they drop by... More
     
Kenji Hirasawa: Celebrity. Kenji Hirasawa
Celebrity
"Both a documentary analysis and a conceptual deliberation, Celebrity is a visually exciting criticism on the social impact of idolisation and capricious desires... More
  Hans Bol: Paradise City. Hans Bol
Paradise City
"All photographs were made in the region around Carrara, Italy, where one finds the age-old marble industry – in fact this industry dates back to 70 b.C... More
     
Stuart Rome: Signs and Wonders. Stuart Rome
Signs and Wonders
"Signs and Wonders is a vertical transect through time and through the natural world. Stuart Rome's images condense... More
  Tony O Tony O'Brien
Light in the Desert
"In 1968 the Trappist monk Thomas Merton visited the Benedictine monastery Christ in the Desert, near Abiquiu, New Mexico, shortly after it was founded... More
 

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