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Cynthia Young: Capa in Color. Cynthia Young
Capa in Color
"This beautiful book looks at Robert Capa’s color photography, a little-known but important aspect of the great photographer’s work, and includes many never-before-published images... More
  : Archipelago.

Archipelago is a journey into an interior, upriver, towards an enigmatic hinterland. At any one instance, Matthew Porter sets up correlations between disparate images... More

: No Time.
No Time

Aaron McElroy&rsquo... More

  : Coastline.

Zhang Xiao started his journey from 2009-2013 along the coastline of China.  ... More

: Japan Drug.
Japan Drug
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  : Lockdown Archive.
Lockdown Archive

This project is a companion piece to our previous work Shelter in Plates. Both artworks recognize the unprecedented lockdown of thousands of Watertown residents, including we, the artists... More

: Acrobats.

One hour at the Shanghai acrobatic show photographed by Renato D'Agostin in 2012. Maybe a hardly successful show for a western audience as lacking of all the special effects... More

  : Dear Martin.
Dear Martin

Dear Martin is a collection of photographs made by an unknown photographer in the late 1960s... More

: Nightfall.

Nightfall captures the humble, banal moments I encounter in my hours awake... More

  Andr PrÍncipe & Marco Martins: Tokyo Diaries. Andr PrÍncipe & Marco Martins
Tokyo Diaries
"In 2009 André Príncipe and Marco Martins travelled to Tokyo to shoot a film about elliptical narratives and the importance of the diaristic practise in Japanese photography... More
Andrew Beckham: Firmament. Andrew Beckham
"The transient nature of our place in the world has long been an abiding artistic concern of Andrew Beckham. Whether he stands firmly on the ground or star-gazes into the heavens, Beckham... More
  Teresa Eng: Speaking of Scars. Teresa Eng
Speaking of Scars
"‘Speaking of scars’ deals with trauma and memory. During a 3-year period, photography was used to process an experience that couldn’t be processed. In the book memory takes the form of images... More
Pedro Costa: Casa De Lava. Pedro Costa
Casa De Lava
"During the course of the production preparation for his film 'Casa de Lava' (1994), portuguese filmmaker Pedro Costa compiled what he saw, what he read... More
  : Sounds Hell.
Sounds Hell
"'Sounds Hell' is the second volume in Ezra Nahmad's Israel trilogy and like 'Sans | Without' it contains material from various sources. Own photographs and collages... More
: It Was A Grey Day.
It Was A Grey Day

"This book I hold near and clear. I moved to Berlin in 1981, to the western part of the city, the wall was still there... More

  : Private Rooms.
Private Rooms

Pictures, pictures, pictures - the Internet is packed.

For his series ... More

: Leviathan.

As a teenager, I couldn’t wait to escape the farm where I grew up. I traveled with?friends to cities and towns with no plan and very little money, making our way as we went: sleeping in cars... More

  Mattessich, Stefan: Transition. Mattessich, Stefan
"French-born photographer Lauren Marsolier (born 1972) creates seemingly real spaces using multiple photographs and diverse fragments of imagery, collected over time from a variety of sources... More
Yokota, Daisuke: Corpus. Yokota, Daisuke

More than 40 engrossing images make up this series of grainy, black-and-white photographs by Daisuke Yokota, the first to feature his nude photography... More

  Fitzpatrick, Jim: Skateistan. The Tale of Skateboarding in Afghanistan. Fitzpatrick, Jim
Skateistan. The Tale of Skateboarding in Afghanistan

"Skateistan: The Tale of Skateboarding in Afghanistan" shares the strange and beautiful intersection of traditional Afghan society and a new generation of Afghan skateboarders and artists... More


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