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Joan Myers: The Jungle at the Door. Joan Myers
The Jungle at the Door
"Like millions of other children worldwide, Joan Myers was inspired at an early age by Rudyard Kipling's stories and books about the jungles of India. And, so... More
  Daido Moriyama: Paris 88/89. Daido Moriyama
Paris 88/89
"Now in its second printing.

"In 1988 and 1989, without speaking a word of French or know anyone except a fellow countrywoman...
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Chris McCaw: Sunburn. Chris McCaw
Sunburn
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  Jon Naiman: Familiar Territory. Jon Naiman
Familiar Territory
"In ‘Familiar Territory’ we find portrayals of farm animals together with their owners. However, instead of being situated in a stall or field... More
     
Andres Gonzalez: Some(w)here. Andres Gonzalez
Some(w)here
"Some(w)here is a book about a journey in the most concrete and abstract sense of the word. The images were made over a 10 year period and traverse as many countries - Norway, Tajikistan, Mexico... More
  Jennifer B Hudson: Medic. Jennifer B Hudson
Medic
"Jennifer B Hudson’s book explores the tenderness of human relationships during illness and recovery. Each image is beautifully crafted and meticulously staged on hand-built sets... More
     
Christian Lange: Lange Liste 79 - 97. Christian Lange
Lange Liste 79 - 97
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  Jin Ohashi: Surrendered Myself to the Chair Of Life. Jin Ohashi
Surrendered Myself to the Chair Of Life
"Jin Ohashi is one of the most popular and significant photographers in Japan today. His work in earlier books, "Menomaenotsuduki" and "Ima", took the public by surprise with its dynamic realism... More
     
Olivier Cablat: Enter the Pyramid. Olivier Cablat
Enter the Pyramid
"The project Egypt 3000 deals with the complex relation- ship between contemporary Egypt and its glorious past. The project began to take shape between October 2003 and June 2004... More
  John Gossage: She Called Me by Name. John Gossage
She Called Me by Name
"Portraits of the adolescent artist, is the subject of this unlikely new book from John Gossage. Well known for his attention to the edges of the urban landscape... More
     
Ingvar Kenne: Citizen. Ingvar Kenne
Citizen
""In CITIZEN creates an intimate collective of portraits of fellow man - not through topic, social agenda, location, narrative or any other number of familiar artistic reasons to group a set of images... More
  Paolo Ventura: Lo Zuavo Scomparso. Paolo Ventura
Lo Zuavo Scomparso
"Paolo Ventura comes to Rome in the guise of a vanishing Zouave, trailblazer for his views of the city. For Ventura, the city is a two-hundred-year-old milieu through which he walks... More
     
Koji Onaka: Matatabi. Koji Onaka
Matatabi
"The town I had planned on visiting again one day disappeared one day
The town I was supposed to return to had become an unfamiliar town before I knew it
Person I thought that I could see any
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  Chris Coekin: The Altogether. Chris Coekin
The Altogether
"The Altogether is the latest book by Chris Coekin. The photographs were produced in a factory that began manufacturing copper wire in 1834. Unfortunately... More
     
Brian Rose: Time and Space on the Lower East Side. Brian Rose
Time and Space on the Lower East Side
"About the Limited Edition
This Limited edition comes in a cloth slipcase with an  More
  Karianne Bueno: Haiiro. Karianne Bueno
Haiiro
""The book is beautifully designed, bound in printed linen boards with an elastic holding the pages, an accordion fold, or leporello... More
     
Stefan Heyn: Speak to Me. Stefan Heyn
Speak to Me
"Countering the Becher School’s emphasis on crisp execution, German photographer Stefan Heyne (born 1965) embraces more fugitive effects of shadow play and hazy light... More
  Koos Breukel: Being Dutch. Koos Breukel
Being Dutch
"Award-winning Dutch portrait photographer Koos Breukel (Den Haag, 1962), examines in this exhibition catalogue the “Dutch Identity” today. In ‘Being Dutch’, he portrays those of all walks of life... More
     
David Schoerner: Six Six Packs. David Schoerner
Six Six Packs
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  Michael Schmidt: Lebensmittel. Michael Schmidt
Lebensmittel
"Photographer Michael Schmidt’s latest obsession is the mechanized, industrialized food system of contemporary Western culture... More
 

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