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Jens Olof Lasthein: Home Among Black Hills. Jens Olof Lasthein
Home Among Black Hills
"While growing into one of the biggest European centers of coal and steel, Charleroi in Belgium was populated by migrant workers coming from many countries... More
  Antoine D Antoine D'Agata
Antoine D'agata Antibodies
"This monumental collection of d’Agata’s controversial work is a cult classic and companion to one of the most talked-about photography exhibitions of the past decade... More
     
Xavier Guardans: Windows. Xavier Guardans
Windows
"Windows is the debut volume of photographer Xavier Guardans (born 1954), produced in 2006 while exploring the Kenyan wilderness. These black-and... More
  Richard Billingham: Ray Richard Billingham
Ray's a Laugh
"Photographer and painter Richard Billingham (born 1970) grew up in a cramped, high-rise tenement apartment with his mother and father in Birmingham, England. His father, Ray, was an unemployed... More
     
Donigan Cumming: The Stage. Donigan Cumming
The Stage
"Donigan Cumming’s The Stage is one of the most challenging photo books published in the last century. Rather than merely documenting his subjects, Cumming collaborated with them... More
  Richard Renaldi: Touching Strangers. Richard Renaldi
Touching Strangers
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Shomei Tomatsu: Chewing Gum and Chocolate. Shomei Tomatsu
Chewing Gum and Chocolate
"One of Japan’s foremost twentieth-century photographers, Shomei Tomatsu has created a defining portrait of postwar Japan... More
  Danny Lyon: The Bikeriders. Danny Lyon
The Bikeriders
"First published in 1968, and now back in print for the first time in ten years, The Bikeriders explores firsthand the stories and personalities of the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club. This journal... More
     
Anne Noble: The Last Road. Anne Noble
The Last Road
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  Adrain Chesser: The Return. Adrain Chesser
The Return
"From 2006 to 2012, Seattle-based photographer Adrain Chesser (born 1965) and Native American ritualist Timothy White Eagle traveled throughout the western states of Nevada, Idaho... More
     
Mike Slack: High Tide. Mike Slack
High Tide
"First published in 2006 in a limited run of 75 copies, Los Angeles photographer Mike Slack’s High Tide has now been issued in this expanded edition. It collects a series of Polaroid close... More
  Jason Larkin: Tales from the City of Gold. Jason Larkin
Tales from the City of Gold
"In his most wide-ranging photographic project to date, Larkin explores the vast waste dumps created by Johannesburg's historic gold-mining industry, territory where history... More
     
William Eggleston: At Zenith. William Eggleston
At Zenith
"In April 1979, a book of fifteen colour photographs by William Eggleston was published in a limited edition of twenty... More
  Anton Kusters: Mono No Aware. Anton Kusters
Mono No Aware
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Martin Parr: Black Country Women. Martin Parr
Black Country Women
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  Antony Cairns: LDN 3. Antony Cairns
LDN 3
"These streets and buildings strip-lit spotlit smudged and smeared and looking up to space and shadow and night... More
     
Anouk Kruithof: Untitled. Anouk Kruithof
Untitled
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  Ren Hang: The Brightest Light Runs Too Fast. Ren Hang
The Brightest Light Runs Too Fast
The Brightest Light Runs Too Fast is the new book by Chinese artist Ren Hang published by Editions Bessard. Not unlike many of Bessard Editions’ previous publications... More
     
Darren Almond: Second Thought. Darren Almond
Second Thought
"Almond is interested in the mutual relationship between the scientific concept of time and its psychological perception... More
  Anton Kusters: Mono No Aware. Anton Kusters
Mono No Aware
"Once in a while, my body decides my mind needs to take a moment to stare into the distance – preferably through a window.

When I go out the door...
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