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Armand Quetsch: Ephemera. Armand Quetsch
Ephemera
"Photographer Armand Quetsch uses various genres in his work – portrait, still life and landscape – to capture the world in a manner that is both familiar and impenetrable... More
  Erik Van Der Weijde: O. Niemeyer. Erik Van Der Weijde
O. Niemeyer
"Dutch photographer Erik van der Weijde uses a simple book of full-page, black-and... More
     
Michael Wolf: Bottrop-Ebel 76. Michael Wolf
Bottrop-Ebel 76
"Michael Wolf is worldwide known for his work about ›life in cities‹ and some of the most significant series have already been published in books: ›Tokyo Compression‹, ›Hong Kong Inside Outside‹... More
  Gary Briechle: Gary Briechle. Gary Briechle
Gary Briechle
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Jan De Boer: The Best Dutch Book Designs 2011. Jan De Boer
The Best Dutch Book Designs 2011
"For the “Best Dutch Book Designs” awards, 30 books were selected out of more than 300 candidates by a four-person panel comprised of Jan de Boer, Frederike Huygen... More
  Keizo Kitajima: Keizo Kitajima USSR 1991. Keizo Kitajima
Keizo Kitajima USSR 1991
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Selected as a Book of the Week by Ed Templeton

In the fall of 1990...
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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
  Kazuo Kitai: Somehow Familiar Places. Kazuo Kitai
Somehow Familiar Places
"Most people who see Kitai's work may feel nostalgic or experience a sense of deja vu. This is not because he has selected places to which most people have been... More
     
Rania Matar: A Girl and Her Room. Rania Matar
A Girl and Her Room
"Award-winning photographer Rania Matar’s A Girl and Her Room reveals the lives of girls from two disparate worlds—The U.S. and Lebanon... More
  Yumi Himesaki: Gifted. Yumi Himesaki
Gifted
""Gifted by Yumi Himesaki offers a series of portraits of adults with mental disabilities. This intimate project captures each individual in their own unique environment, whether at work... More
     
Peter Bialobrzeski: The Raw and the Cooked. Peter Bialobrzeski
The Raw and the Cooked
"In his book of photos, The Raw and the Cooked, Peter Bialobrzeski sets forth the essence of his observations from his unique series of photos about the development of Asian mega-cities (Neon Tigers... More
  James A. Ganz: Arthur Tress. James A. Ganz
Arthur Tress
"Sixty-four newly discovered images by the distinguished photographer Arthur Tress capture a uniquely American time and place.

Best known for dreamlike staged imagery of people, places...
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ValÉrie Jouve: Resonances. ValÉrie Jouve
Resonances
"Man’s relationship with his surroundings is at the center of Valérie Jouve’s work... More
  Aki Tanaka: Sunshine Volition. Aki Tanaka
Sunshine Volition
""Sunshine Volition by Aki Tanaka is a delicate series of the study of sunlight. Often looking upward through the trees and foliage... More
     
Ai Weiwei: New York Photographs 1983-1993. Ai Weiwei
New York Photographs 1983-1993
"This selection of 227 photographs taken by Ai Weiwei (born 1957) during his early years living on New York City’s Lower East Side between 1983 and 1993... 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
     
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
  Karen Hellman
Landscape in Photographs
"Like painters and draftsmen before them, photographers turned to the landscape as a source of inspiration after the invention of the medium in 1839. Since then... More
     
Erin C. Garcia
Photography and Play
"Photography and leisure go hand in hand. Cameras are part of our everyday lives, but we are never more likely to take a picture or to be photographed than when we are at play... More
  Paul Graham: Europe, America. Paul Graham
Europe, America
"Europe–America is not a Paul Graham retrospective, but rather a juxtaposition of two classic series from the British photographer’s career that encompass certain key themes permeating his oeuvre... More
 

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