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Daniel Traub: North Philadelphia. Daniel Traub
North Philadelphia
"Philadelphia born photographer, Daniel Traub spent three years photographing in North Philadelphia, a predominantly African-American neighborhood. Traub... More
  Mona Kuhn: Private. Mona Kuhn
Private
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For her fifth book with Steidl, Mona Kuhn has entered the heart of the American desert and returned with a sequence of pictures that is seductive, enigmatic and a little unsettling... More

     
: Home.
Home
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What is home? What can it mean? How do you show it?

Home can mean stability, comfort and sanctuary. Home can also be a stage where drama is played out.

HOME... More

  : Proverbs.
Proverbs
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Gregori Maiofis’ work has been influenced by multinational and multicultural concerns as well as his own genetic history. He comes from a family of artists and architects, and he grew up in St... More

     
Walter W. Nelson: The Black Place. Walter W. Nelson
The Black Place
"Few people have ventured into the remote, uninhabited badlands of the Navajo Reservations in north-west New Mexico known, by the artist who made it famous, as the Black Place... More
  Espen R. Krukhaug: Those Were the Days When I Used To Drive Around With A Horse Espen R. Krukhaug
Those Were the Days When I Used To Drive Around With A Horse's Head
"T he title refers to a period in the artist’s life when he toured with several punk and metal bands, traveling through Europe, China, and America…rock’n’roll style... More
     
Frederic Brenner: An Archeology of Fear and Desire. Frederic Brenner
An Archeology of Fear and Desire
"French photographer Fre´de´ric Brenner’s documentary images portray the complexity and dissonance of the people of Israel – a nation inextricably bound in faith and place... More
  Stephen Shore: From Galilee to the Negev. Stephen Shore
From Galilee to the Negev
"Acclaimed photographer Stephen Shore (b... More
     
Martin Parr: Bad Weather. Martin Parr
Bad Weather
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Selected as one of the  More
  Al Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb: Memory City. Al Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb
Memory City
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Fred Cray: Changing the Guard. Fred Cray
Changing the Guard
"Changing the Guard is the second volume and a counterpoint to the overview first volume of the Unique Photographs project... More
  J.H EngstrÖm: Ende Und Anfang. J.H EngstrÖm
Ende Und Anfang
"J.H. Engström is one of those photographers who introduced the Swedish photography in the world of contemporary art over the past decade... More
     
Stephen Gill: Talking to Ants. Stephen Gill
Talking to Ants
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  Diana Scherer: Maedchen. Diana Scherer
Maedchen
"Photographer Diana Scherer studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, and has been based in the city since 2003. In this series of black-and-white photographs made between 2002 and 2007... More
     
Darren Almond: The Civil Dawns. Darren Almond
The Civil Dawns
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  Matej Sitar: Morning Sun. Matej Sitar
Morning Sun
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Andrew Lichtenstein: War Is Only Half the Story, Vol VI. Andrew Lichtenstein
War Is Only Half the Story, Vol VI
"War is Only Half the Story, Vol VI, features the work of 2012 Aftermath Project grant winner, Andrew Lichtenstein,and four finalists - Christopher Capozziello, Michelle Frankfurter... More
  Mark Mattock: The Angler Who Fell to Earth. Mark Mattock
The Angler Who Fell to Earth
"In his third book Mark Mattock has once again subtly connected a small piece of English landscape he’s intimately familiar with to ideas well beyond its boundries without really venturing far from More
     
Stephen Shames: Bronx Boys. Stephen Shames
Bronx Boys
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You imagine nothing can survive. Then you notice life going on all around. People adapt, survive, and even prosper in this urban moonscape of quick pleasures and false hopes. . . ... More

  Robert Stivers: The Art of Ruin. Robert Stivers
The Art of Ruin
"In his photographs Robert Stivers shows the difficulty of communication. Language, both spoken and visual, vies with the hard-won wisdom of age, the misunderstandings of youth... More
 

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