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Jon Edwards: Jon Edwards. Jon Edwards
Jon Edwards
"In this selection of photographs, Jon Edwards integrates selected images from two portfolios, A Way of Being and A Life... More
  Francesc Torres: Dark Is the Room Where We Sleep. Francesc Torres
Dark Is the Room Where We Sleep
"About seven years ago I started working with the idea of the recovery of the memory of Spain's recent history... More
     
Sascha Reichstein: Be My Guest. Sascha Reichstein
Be My Guest
"It was not an accident that Swiss artist Sascha Reichstein’s book shares the same title as the iconic hotelier’s biography of Conrad Hilton... More
  Cuny Jansen: There Is Something in the Air in Prince Albert. Cuny Jansen
There Is Something in the Air in Prince Albert
"Photographs of a deserted cosmos in a beautifully printed and elaborately designed book – this is the fourth title from the young Dutch photographer Cuny Jansen... More
     
Eric Weeks: World Was in the Face of the Beloved. Eric Weeks
World Was in the Face of the Beloved
""Eric Weeks' photographs are as epigrammatic and open-ended as a good short story: each suggests a moment out of a larger narrative that continues to unfold... More
  Chris Faust: Nocturnes. Chris Faust
Nocturnes
"The first collection of night photographs from a masterful Midwest photographer.

A prominent figure in the Twin Cities art scene...
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Ed And Timothy Prus Jones: Nein, Onkel. Ed And Timothy Prus Jones
Nein, Onkel
"Snapshots taken by German soldiers - a controversial book that has us questioning our assumptions of evil as it shows Nazis petting bunny rabbits, having parties... More
  Valdir Cruz: O Caminho Das Aguas. Valdir Cruz
O Caminho Das Aguas
"An ecological warning, penetrating and poetic, this book brings wonderful images. With the drive of a missionary, photographer Valdir Cruz - who was born in the state of Paraná... More
     
Julia Fullerton-Batten: Teenage Stories. Julia Fullerton-Batten
Teenage Stories
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  Albrecht Fuchs: Albrecht Fuchs. Albrecht Fuchs
Albrecht Fuchs
"What do Martin Kippenberger, Mike Kelley, Paul McCarthy, John Baldessari, Wolfgang Tillmans, Isabella Rossellini, Larry Clark and Ennio Morricone have in common... More
     
Ricarda Roggan: Schacht / Attika / Stall. Ricarda Roggan
Schacht / Attika / Stall
"What remains when nothing’s left behind? Ricarda Roggan takes a long, slow look in Schacht/Attika/Stall. Known for her photographic interpretations of the passing of East Germany, the large... More
  Linda Rutenberg: The Garden at Night. Linda Rutenberg
The Garden at Night
"Linda Rutenberg's images capture an astonishing world hidden in plain sight. By photographing public and botanical gardens at night, Rutenberg reveals a luminous landscape of plants, colors, shadows... More
     
Ordinary Obvious: America, 2006. Ordinary Obvious
America, 2006
"The two photographers collaborated on this project while taking a trip to Memphis, on their way to meet up with William Eggleston. They photographed America during this mock-up road trip... More
  Mike And Doug Starn: To Find God Not the Devil Mike And Doug Starn
To Find God Not the Devil's Insides
"Doug and Mike Starn bring to this publication their insatiable creativity to express their personal philosophy. Each page represents a segment of an original artwork, Black Pulse 3... More
     
Michael Kenna: Mont St Michel. Michael Kenna
Mont St Michel
"The small tidal island of Mont St Michel is situated just off the Normandy coast, connected to the mainland by a single causeway. Its abbey rises like a mirage, high above the sea, on this craggy... More
  Mark L. Eshbaugh: Day Mark L. Eshbaugh
Day's End
"Day's End is the second monograph of the work of Mark L. Eshbaugh, offering a comprehensive selection of the early landscape photographs that launched his career... More
     
Rachael Dunville: Springtown. Rachael Dunville
Springtown
"Springtown is a series of color portrait photographs that reflect the ethos of the Ozark community in which I grew up and to which I belong. The images reveal a complex, curious... More
  Hiroshi Watanabe: Findings. Hiroshi Watanabe
Findings
""These are honest and direct pictures; they bear a heavy silence, and are uncomplicated, singular ideas. These words invite a closer look uncompromised by time... More
     
Josef Breitenbach: Manifesto. Josef Breitenbach
Manifesto
"Born in Munich in 1896, Josef Breitenbach began taking photographs while working in the family wine merchant business. Proving less than successful at the latter... More
  James Mollison: The Memory of Pablo Escobar. James Mollison
The Memory of Pablo Escobar
"The extraordinary story of 'the richest and most violent gangster in history' is told here in hundreds of photographs gathered by photographer James Mollison. Pablo Escobar... More
 

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