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Hiroshi Taniguchi: Tada Sorega Aru. Hiroshi Taniguchi
Tada Sorega Aru
"Absent of all text, the 42 colour photographs collected here from this virtually unknown Japanese photographer capture a treasury of little moments... More
  Amy Stein: Domesticated. Amy Stein
Domesticated
"Amy Stein crafts photographic allegories set simultaneously in a number of different liminal spaces. Her sure and realistic color works manifest the place where the human-built meets the wild... More
     
Donald Weber: Bastard Eden, Our Chernobyl. Donald Weber
Bastard Eden, Our Chernobyl
"These photographs were taken over three years, in the region of Chernobyl, Ukraine – some 20 years after the nuclear reactor incident of April 26, 1986. That first morning... More
  Nina Strand: So, How Do You Think You’re Doing? Nina Strand
So, How Do You Think You’re Doing?
"Strand’s collection of photographic novelettes are driven by the thoughts and desires of the chief figure, the photographer herself... More
     
Eric Ericson: Palmyra. Eric Ericson
Palmyra
"Ericson has always proven to be an eclectic multidisciplinary artist — his previous projects include a series of satirical letters, a 68 foot long drawing of a fantasy city skyline... More
  Stefan Heyne: The Noise. Stefan Heyne
The Noise
"In his works Stefan Heyne casts doubt on photography as an objective ­representation of reality. His photos raise questions about how what we see may be influenced by perceptual psychology... More
     
Robert Frank: The Americans. Robert Frank
The Americans
"On May 15, 1958, the first edition of Robert Frank’s The Americans was published in Paris... 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
     
Maggie Taylor: Lewis Carroll Maggie Taylor
Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
"ABOUT THE LIMITED EDITION:

Cloth-bound, 11x11 inches, 152 pages, 40 four-color plates. A Limited Edition of 144 copies, signed and numbered, with an 6.5 x 6...
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  Roger M. Eberhard: Callas. Roger M. Eberhard
Callas
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Maggie Taylor: Alice Maggie Taylor
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
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  Philip Perkis: The Sadness of Men. Philip Perkis
The Sadness of Men
"“Philip’s pictures are not like anyone else’s. They are like looking at a dream.” —HELEN LEVITT

Philip Perkis is one of the most widely respected American photographers...
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Koen Hauser: De Luister van het Land. Koen Hauser
De Luister van het Land
"Galerie 37 Spaarnestad invited me to make new work with material from the Spaarnestad Photo archive, one of the largest press archives in Europe... More
  Elisabethtattoo Art Tonnard: In This Dark Wood. Elisabethtattoo Art Tonnard
In This Dark Wood
"This book is a modern gothic. It pairs 90 images of people walking alone in nighttime city streets with 90 different English translations collected of the first lines of Dante’s Inferno. The images... More
     
Regina-Maria Anzenberger: East. Regina-Maria Anzenberger
East
"“The agency remains – is perhaps now more than ever – a place for photojournalists with the ambition to witness the world and produce exciting photo... More
  Eric Ericson: Palmyra. Eric Ericson
Palmyra
"Ericson has always proven to be an eclectic multidisciplinary artist — his previous projects include a series of satirical letters, a 68 foot long drawing of a fantasy city skyline... More
     
Polly Borland: Bunny. Polly Borland
Bunny
""Bunny" documents a project by the internationally renowned photographer Polly Borland... More
  Thijs Groot Wassink: Don Thijs Groot Wassink
Don't Smile Now... Save It for Later
"'Don't Smile Now... Save it for Later!' shows the views from several London photo booths. By using a mirror, keeping the curtain open and paying the necessary £4... More
     
Faustinus Deraet: China Paused. Faustinus Deraet
China Paused
"About the Limited Edition

Limited edition is presented in a chinese bag with a signed archival ink print of the cover image limited to 50. 4x4" on 5x5 watercolor paper...
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