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Andreas Frei: A Part. Andreas Frei
A Part
"Andreas Frei, born in 1972, lives in Munich, Germany "When I go into the wild, in my mind there is a border between me and nature. After a while this illusion weakens and the border dissolves... More
  Elaine Ling: Mongolia. Elaine Ling
Mongolia
"During the thirteenth century, Mongol warriors under their legendary leader Chinggis Khan established a vast Eurasian empire through great wars of conquest... More
     
Carla Van De Puttelaar: Galateas. Carla Van De Puttelaar
Galateas
""It is very tempting to call the women Carla van de Puttelaar has photographed for this book ‘Sleeping Beauties’. After all, they are often lying on a bed and they always have their eyes closed... More
  Orna Wertman: Broken Landscapes 2003 - 2008. Orna Wertman
Broken Landscapes 2003 - 2008
"Only at second glance does one notice that there is something wrong with Wertman’s landscapes where a disturbance or an illogical natural relation raises more questions than it answers... More
     
Robin Maddock: Our Kids Are Going to Hell. Robin Maddock
Our Kids Are Going to Hell
"Robin Maddock spent three years accompanying police going about their work in east London. His photographs of various raids uncover a seedy narrative... More
  Jennette Williams: The Bathers. Jennette Williams
The Bathers
"Jennette Williams’s stunning platinum prints of women bathers in Budapest and Istanbul take us inside spaces intimate and public, austere and sensuous, filled with water, steam, tile, stone... More
     
Connie Imboden: Reflections. Connie Imboden
Reflections
"Reflections examines 25 years of work from one of the world's most preeminent surrealist and figurative photographers. Known for her experiments with light and underwater photography... 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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  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
     
Stephen Mallon: American Reclamation. Stephen Mallon
American Reclamation
"Images of the recycling industries within the fifty states. Ranging from using New York's subway cars to build artificial reefs for the fishing industry to the reclaiming of wood... More
  Edward Burtynsky: Oil. Edward Burtynsky
Oil
"Edward Burtynsky’s Oil collects a decades’ worth of photographing the world’s largest oil fields, refineries, freeway interchanges and automobile plants... More
     
Jacob Holdt: Faith, Hope and Love Jacob Holdt
Faith, Hope and Love
"Danish photographer Jacob Holdt is internationally revered for his vision of America, as portrayed in classic volumes like American Pictures and United States 1970–1975... More
  StÉphanie Kiwitt: Cornerville. StÉphanie Kiwitt
Cornerville
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Ralph Gibson: Nude. Ralph Gibson
Nude
"Limited to 1,200 numbered copies, each signed by the artist.

A decade after his first TASCHEN book, Deus ex machina...
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  Dona Schwartz: In the Kitchen. Dona Schwartz
In the Kitchen
"In the Kitchen explores family life, youth culture, and coming of age. It encompasses the angst of being a teenager, the difficulties faced by a patch­work family... More
     
Shelley Calton: Hard Knocks. Shelley Calton
Hard Knocks
"For a long time, Roller Derby seemed to have fallen into oblivion. Following its advent in the 1930s, the full-contact sport on roller skates rose to great popularity in the 1960s... More
  Andrej Krementschouk: No Direction Home. Andrej Krementschouk
No Direction Home
"Andrej Krementschouk portrays his Russian homeland, where he is not at home anymore. In haunting images, he asks the ever-pertinent question of what is remembered and what is lost... More
     
Steven Miller: Milky. Steven Miller
Milky
"Steven Miller’s work connects the theatricality inherent in photography with staged environments and predicaments... More
  Martin Parr: Playas. Martin Parr
Playas
"Between 2006 and 2008 Martin Parr documented the beach culture in Latin American countries whilst travelling with his wife Susie (whose text accompanies the photos in the book)... More
     
Klara KÄllstrÖm: Gingerbread Monument. Klara KÄllstrÖm
Gingerbread Monument
"Gingerbread Monument is a collaboration between photographer and publisher Klara Källström, editor Thobias Fäldt, poet Victor Johansson and designers 1:2:3 and Marika Vaccino Andersson... More
 
 

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