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Doug Dubois: All the Days and Nights. Doug Dubois
All the Days and Nights
"Doug DuBois: All the Days and Nights, the artist's first and long-awaited monograph, resonates with diaristic immediacy... More
  Carlo Valsecchi: Lumen. Carlo Valsecchi
Lumen
"From monumental industrial architecture to the interiors of strange machines, from night views of cities flickering like active volcanoes to gleaming high-tech laboratories... More
     
Taik: The Helsinki School. Taik
The Helsinki School
"New and talented photographers from the Helsinki School of Art—the young Finnish photography scene reveals its many facets. A true discovery!

“Do we need a fresh wind? Then hold on...
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  Hiroshi Sugimoto: Hiroshi Sugimoto. Hiroshi Sugimoto
Hiroshi Sugimoto
"The spectacular series by Japanese photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto (*1948 in Tokyo) are characterized by matchless clarity and presence... More
     
Jay Tyrrell: Weather. Jay Tyrrell
Weather
"This exquisitely produced work of art is a coffee table book in the finest traditions., measuring 11x17 inches, printed on fine Japanese acid free paper... More
  Erik Kessels: Photo Cubes. Erik Kessels
Photo Cubes
"An exploration of the Photo Cube - a strange novelty item now largely consigned to history. Each photo cube features advertisements of family snapshots strategically placed around five of its faces... More
     
Peter Beste: True Norwegian Black Metal. Peter Beste
True Norwegian Black Metal
"In the last two decades, a bizarre and violent musical subculture called Black Metal has emerged in Norway. Its roots stem from a heady blend of horror movies, heavy metal music, Satanism, Paganism... More
  Don Kirby: Grasslands. Don Kirby
Grasslands
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Koen Wessing: China 85/07. Koen Wessing
China 85/07
"Dutch photographer Koen Wessing has visited China on four different occasions, firstly in 1985, and more recently in 2007 when he visited Chongqing, Tibet and Kashgar... More
  Don Kirby: Grasslands. Don Kirby
Grasslands
""It is difficult to imagine scenes more politically relevant at this very moment than these photos from America’s great grasslands... More
     
Susana Raab: Rank Strangers. Susana Raab
Rank Strangers
"A perfect-bound booklet of 25 color photographs by Susana Raab. All booklets signed by the author and feature works from her series Consumed and Off-Season... More
  Rosa Olivares: Exit 35. Rosa Olivares
Exit 35
"Introduced by an editorial that explores both the political capacity and utopian possibilities that photomontage and photocollage have offered since their early beginnings... More
     
Hisashi Shimizu: Portraits of Silence. Hisashi Shimizu
Portraits of Silence
"From the artist statement:

A mother sits at her garden table and silently talks to her son. Another wears her son’s dog tag, wishing for another hug...
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  Robert Gardner: Human Documents. Robert Gardner
Human Documents
"In Human Documents, Robert Gardner introduces the work of photographers with whom he has worked over a period of nearly fifty years under the auspices of the Film Study Center at Harvard... More
     
Michael P. Berman: Grasslands/Separating Species. Michael P. Berman
Grasslands/Separating Species
"“THIS CATALOG DOCUMENTS A TWO-PART EXHIBITION that has sprung from the work of Michael Berman, a current Guggenheim Fellow... More
  Hyunjin Kim: Even Your Ears. Hyunjin Kim
Even Your Ears
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Noriko Takazawa: Sensation. Noriko Takazawa
Sensation
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  Maya De Forest: I Love Here Now. Maya De Forest
I Love Here Now
"I love here now is a portrait of Yoshiko, de Forest's Japanese-born mother whose marriage brought her to Winnipeg, a small Canadian city known for its big skies and long harsh winters... More
     
Christoph Burtscher: My Father Is the Boss. Christoph Burtscher
My Father Is the Boss
"“My father is the boss.” When Austrian photographer Christoph Burtscher was eight years old, in 1974, he began a school writing assignment with those words. In this two-part work... More
  Louis Porter: 100 Flowers. Louis Porter
100 Flowers
"This book is made up of one hundred photographs of flower beds installed by the Chinese government before the Olympic games... More
 

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