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Nick Muellner: Moscow Plastic Arts. Nick Muellner
Moscow Plastic Arts
"Hovering between formalist inquiry and blunt, physical documentation, Moscow Plastic Arts draws on the transitional material, ideological, and social status of the rapidly commercializing post... More
  Ernesto Bazan: BazanCuba. Ernesto Bazan
BazanCuba
"The singular apparition that is Bazan Cuba is not what just any camera would register, but Ernesto's way of seeing, and no one else's... More
     
Yoshio & Keiko Toyama: The Holy Land: New Orleans. Yoshio & Keiko Toyama
The Holy Land: New Orleans
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  Yoshihiro Hagiwara: Snowy. Yoshihiro Hagiwara
Snowy
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Jesse Burke: Intertidal. Jesse Burke
Intertidal
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  Philippe Vandenbroeck: 27 European Capitals. Philippe Vandenbroeck
27 European Capitals
"This book contains twenty-seven photographs, one from each capital city in the expanding jigsaw puzzle of European member states... More
     
Rick Nahmias: The Migrant Project. Rick Nahmias
The Migrant Project
"The images in this book highlight the lives of the men and women who struggle to exist while literally feeding this country... More
  Fazal Sheikh: The Circle. Fazal Sheikh
The Circle
"New York-born photographer and activist Fazal Sheikh closely crops his subjects’ faces, making their eyes the central focus of the frame, in turn forcing his viewers to face them... More
     
Hiroh Kikai: Hiroh Kikai. Hiroh Kikai
Hiroh Kikai
"The Asakusa quarter of Tokyo has a shady past—it was the home of some of Japan’s most notorious pleasure palaces... More
  Roger M. Eberhard: Callas. Roger M. Eberhard
Callas
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Nina Berman: Homeland. Nina Berman
Homeland
"Nina Berman was one of the first photographers in the US to turn her lens towards her own country, whilst all eyes were on Iraq... More
  Stanley Marcus: Reflection of Man. Stanley Marcus
Reflection of Man
"Stanley Marcus was known the world over as an innovative marketer and retailer with a refined sense of taste and style whose leadership transformed his family's Dallas clothing store, Neiman Marcus... More
     
Joseph Mills: Anarch. Joseph Mills
Anarch
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  Maurice Sherif: Lumiere Metallique. Maurice Sherif
Lumiere Metallique
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Jo Whaley: The Theater of Insects. Jo Whaley
The Theater of Insects
"Photographer Jo Whaley constructs mesmerizing scenes with vibrantly colored bugs (butterflies, dragonflies, beetles, and more) that echo the tradition of natural history dioramas... More
  David Maisel: Library of Dust. David Maisel
Library of Dust
"Esteemed photographer David Maisel has created a somber and beautiful series of images depicting canisters containing the cremated remains of the unclaimed dead from an Oregon psychiatric hospital... More
     
Stuart Klipper: The Antarctic. Stuart Klipper
The Antarctic
"Antarctica remains largely unknown and infinitely fascinating. Stuart Klipper has traveled to Antarctica six times in twenty years to photograph this astounding body of work... More
  Klaus Mettig: Don Klaus Mettig
Don't Be Left Behind
"German photographer Klaus Mettig—who was born in Brandenburg in 1950—has traveled continually since 1973, making photographs that convey an indeterminate sense of time, place and culture... More
     
Jim Dow: Marking the Land. Jim Dow
Marking the Land
"In 1981 the North Dakota Museum of Art invited Jim Dow of Boston to photograph the State’s environmental folk art—that is, architecture, signage, sculpture, painting, grave markings, working shops... More
  Julie Blackmon: Domestic Vacations. Julie Blackmon
Domestic Vacations
"The Dutch saying, “a Jan Steen household,” originated in the seventeenth century and has come to refer to a home in disarray, full of rowdy children and boisterous family gatherings... More
 

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