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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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  Photoworks In Progress: Photoworks 18. Photoworks In Progress
Photoworks 18
"Futures Past: History, Memory and Nostalgia

With the rise of digital photography and a fall in photographic film sales...
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Kevin Kunishi: Los Restos de la Revolucion. Kevin Kunishi
Los Restos de la Revolucion
"In Los Restos, documentary photographer Kevin Kunishi (born 1975) offers a visual account of how the shared horrors of war endure beyond all divisive political ideology. In 1979... More
  Jonathan Hollingsworth: Left Behind. Jonathan Hollingsworth
Left Behind
"Every year since 2001 no less than 150 sets of the decomposed or skeletal remains of people crossing into the US from Mexico have been discovered in remote areas of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert... More
     
Ken Rosenthal: Photographs 2001-2009. Ken Rosenthal
Photographs 2001-2009
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  Thatcher Hullerman Cook: Black Apple. Thatcher Hullerman Cook
Black Apple
"Thatcher Hullerman Cook’s purpose in Kyrgyzstan, a republic born in the rubble of the collapsed Soviet Empire, was to “photograph the dark edges of the Fergana Valley... More
     
Arthur Meyerson: The Color of Light. Arthur Meyerson
The Color of Light
"Since 1974, professional assignments have taken photographer Arthur Meyerson around the world to all 7 continents. Throughout it all, Meyerson’s fascination with light... More
  Yuichi Hibi: 127. Yuichi Hibi
127
"Gallery 339 has been pleased to work with Yuichi Hibi to publish 127, which is accompanied by a current exhibition at the gallery. The book contains 20 square... More
     
Rikard Laving: Steel Work City. Rikard Laving
Steel Work City
"Through muted colours and sombre depictions, photographer Rikard Laving documents scenes, structures and inhabitants in Oxelösund, a Swedish town dominated by a massive steel works run by SSAB... 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
     
Beata Szparagowska: Hide & Seek. Beata Szparagowska
Hide & Seek
"Addressing the relationship between the photographic subject and performance, and by extension, the presentation of realities as produced representations... More
  Prix Fernand Baudin: Prix Fernand Baudin 2011. Prix Fernand Baudin
Prix Fernand Baudin 2011
"The catalogue for the prize for the most beautiful books in Brussels and Wallonia, this book documents the international jury debates, thoughtful texts and in... More
     
AndrÉ Cepeda: Rien. AndrÉ Cepeda
Rien
"Dark alleys, blocks of cement, tired naked bodies, strings that lead to nowhere, abandoned tubes. Rien, the new André Cepeda book, is an immersive experience... More
  Michael Lange: Wald. Michael Lange
Wald
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AndrÉ Cepeda: Rien. AndrÉ Cepeda
Rien
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  Nicola Dill: Sea Etchings. Nicola Dill
Sea Etchings
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Tiane Doan Na Champassak: The Father of Pop Dance. Tiane Doan Na Champassak
The Father of Pop Dance
"The book is a reproduction of a photo album that shows my father dancing in a Los Angeles photo studio in 1967.

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  Christopher Anderson: Sete #12. Christopher Anderson
Sete #12
"In Sete, they’ve heard it all before. To get to the heart of this city, it is worth finding the right tempo, to slide into its rhythm, to find the right pitch. There is plenty of music in Sete... More
     
Mathieu Lommen: The Book of Books. Mathieu Lommen
The Book of Books
"Since the fifteenth century, the printed book has been an essential carrier of information. And, for more than five hundred years, there have been designers, printers... More
  Ray Fotografieprojekte: Making History. Ray Fotografieprojekte
Making History
"At the initiative of the Kulturfond Frankfurt RheinMain... More
     
Daido Moriyama: Journey for Something. Daido Moriyama
Journey for Something
"Daido Moriyama (born 1938) first attracted international attention in the 1970s, with his gritty, black-and-white photographs of Shinjuku, a bustling area of Tokyo... More
 
 

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