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Jan Von Holleben: Someone Is No Monster. Jan Von Holleben
Someone Is No Monster
""This simple publication invites us to the latest visual journey of Jan von Holleben. As with all his work, it is playful and very accessible. You might love it or hate it. I love it. " ... More
  Lewis Chaplin: Sourcebook. Lewis Chaplin
Sourcebook
"Sourcebook presents the detritus and collected imagery of a year of contemplation, frustration and ambivalence with the nature of photography... More
     
Dennis McGrath: Theatrical Properties. Dennis McGrath
Theatrical Properties
"A theatrical property, commonly referred to as a prop, is any object held or used on stage by an actor for use in furthering the plot or story line of a theatrical production... More
  Mark Klett: The Half-Life of History. Mark Klett
The Half-Life of History
"There is a twisted steel dome in Hiroshima that stands as a grim reminder of the city's destruction by the first atomic bomb. Halfway around the globe, on the border of Utah and Nevada... More
     
Ken Rosenthal: Photographs 2001-2009. Ken Rosenthal
Photographs 2001-2009
"Photographs: 2001-2009 is the long awaited first publication of work from Ken Rosenthal. Published on the occasion of his Fall 2011 exhibition at Wall Space Gallery, titled Retrospective... More
  Corey Arnold: Fishing With My Dad 1978-1995. Corey Arnold
Fishing With My Dad 1978-1995
"Corey Arnold’s first monograph, “Fishwork: The Bering Sea” was published by Nazraeli Press in 2011 to wide critical acclaim. In his contribution to our One Picture Book series... More
     
Liz Steketee: Dystopia. Liz Steketee
Dystopia
"Liz Steketee is a California-based photographer who utilizes her personal family photographs to reconstruct her family’s history, re-ordering events to fit preferred memories or desires... More
  Sebastien Girard: Under House Arrest. Sebastien Girard
Under House Arrest
"After Nothing but home (the house as a starting point) and desperate cars (the destiny of cars in the photographer's neighborhood)... More
     
Ian Van Coller: Interior Relations. Ian Van Coller
Interior Relations
"While Ian van Coller was growing up in the 1970s, the black women working in his parents’ upper class home in a whites-only suburb of Johannesburg were valued as members of the family... More
  Kelli Connell: Double Life. Kelli Connell
Double Life
"The portraits of Kelli Connell (born 1974) appear to document a relationship between two women. Their idiom looks familiar: a young couple caught up in everyday moments of pleasure and reflection... More
     
Deborah Luster: Tooth for an Eye. Deborah Luster
Tooth for an Eye
"The city of New Orleans is a topographical/ architectural/material/cultural phenomenon with a diverse population participating in raucously colorful and fascinating pursuits and rituals... More
  Kelli Connell: Double Life. Kelli Connell
Double Life
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Masako Miyazaki: The Other Side. Masako Miyazaki
The Other Side
"Last spring, I went out to a suburb of Tokyo to take photos, bringing along my inner struggles.
I encountered a little tree-shaded path and let myself be absorbed into it...
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  Andreas Trogisch: Technik. Andreas Trogisch
Technik
"His first two photo folders “Von Ferne“ and “Magico“ have enchanted us. The new folders are called “Mercedes“ and “Technik“ and lead us deep into the fabulous world of Andreas Trogisch... More
     
Maurice Sherif: The American Wall. Maurice Sherif
The American Wall
"Since mid-2006, Maurice Sherif has been photographing segments of the U.S.-Mexico border wall from the American side and questioning how the United States—which sees itself as a champion of law... More
  Ernesto Bazan: Al Campo. Ernesto Bazan
Al Campo
"The Cuban farmland opened up new windows of opportunity for my work. From 2001 to 2005 I spent long periods of time with them... More
     
Taj Forer: Stone by Stone. Taj Forer
Stone by Stone
"Stone by Stone examines the practices of hunter-gatherer peoples. Through the imaginative acts of drawing on cave walls and sculpting wood and limestone... More
  Jessica Auer: Unmarked Sites. Jessica Auer
Unmarked Sites
"In Unmarked Sites, Jessica Auer pursues photography like an archeologist, searching for cultural sites in Newfoundland and Labrador in an effort to reconcile its complex history... More
     
AntÓnio JÚlio Duarte: White Noise. AntÓnio JÚlio Duarte
White Noise
"António Júlio Duarte has been photographing Casino’s lobbies in Macau for the last 10 years. Shot at night, with a medium format camera and a flash, often in jetlagged mode... More
  Andreas Weinand: Colossal Youth. Andreas Weinand
Colossal Youth
"Melanie, Öhner, Stiffel, Limbo, Gero, Anna and her friends are young and live in Essen when Andreas Weinand spends much time with them and takes pictures from 1988 to 1990... More
 

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