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Fred Cray: Unique Photographs. Fred Cray
Unique Photographs
"Since 2008 over 10,000 unique photographs have been left or hidden in unexpected places in New York, around the United States and in different parts of the world including Europe, Asia... More
  William S. Sutton: At Home in the West. William S. Sutton
At Home in the West
"Throughout the world, the West has defined the character of the United States of America as no other region in America ever could. The combination of awe... More
     
Lorna Simpson: Lorna Simpson. Lorna Simpson
Lorna Simpson
"This comprehensive catalogue of Lorna Simpson's critically acclaimed 30-year body of work highlights her photo... More
  Viktoria Binschtok: World of Details. Viktoria Binschtok
World of Details
"The photographic works of Viktoria Binschtok (b. Moscow, 1972; lives and works in Berlin) explore the idea of visibility... More
     
The Sam Abell Library: Life and Still Life. The Sam Abell Library
Life and Still Life
"Sam Abell (born 1945) is one of America’s most influential documentary photographers, celebrated in particular for his in-depth color photo-essays for National Geographic magazine... More
  Asako Narahashi: Ever After. Asako Narahashi
Ever After
"We usually look at and perceive the boundary between sea and shore from the stable state of the land. However, the images of water’s edge captured by Asako Narahashi reverse our usual perception... More
     
David Campany: Gasoline. David Campany
Gasoline
"The gas station is one of the most iconic of twentieth century buildings. Recognised across the world... More
  Aleix Plademunt: Almost There. Aleix Plademunt
Almost There
"that are too large, such as cloud formations, river deltas, constellations, we reduce. We need to bring it within the scope of our senses, to stabilise and fix it... More
     
Jerry L. Thompson: Why Photography Matters. Jerry L. Thompson
Why Photography Matters
"Photography matters, writes Jerry Thompson, because of how it works-not only as an artistic medium but also as a way of knowing... More
  Erik Kessels & Paul Kooiker: APE#031. Erik Kessels & Paul Kooiker
APE#031
"For several years, Paul Kooiker and Erik Kessels have organized evenings for friends in which they share the strangest photo books in their collections... More
     
Josh Sapan: The Big Picture. Josh Sapan
The Big Picture
"At the turn of the twentieth century, photographic technology and an American culture of optimism and self... More
  Robert Adams: The Question of Hope. Robert Adams
The Question of Hope
"The question of hope is especially urgent because of environmental threats. One such peril, deforestation, is the subject of the first half of this book, where pictures of it suggest a war zone... More
     
Suda Issei: Monogatari of Pines. Suda Issei
Monogatari of Pines
"For many years, Japanese photographer Suda Issei has been recognized by his famous 'Fushi Kaden' series... More
  Alexandra Huddleston: 333 Saints. Alexandra Huddleston
333 Saints
"333 Saints: A Life of Scholarship in Timbuktu­–a photographic book in English and French by Fulbright Scholar Alexandra Huddleston–tells a story of discovery... More
     
PalÍndromo MÉszÁros: The Line. PalÍndromo MÉszÁros
The Line
"4th of October, 2010 at 12.25pm in Ajka, Veszprém county, Hungary... More
  Anais Lopez & Eva Smallegange: Only in Burundi. Anais Lopez & Eva Smallegange
Only in Burundi
"The past two years my colleague Eva Smallegange (writer) and I worked on this book. We travelled to Burundi (Central Africa) and got to know this country, its inhabitants and its culture... More
     
Lorenzo Vitturi: Dalston Anatomy. Lorenzo Vitturi
Dalston Anatomy
"Now in its second edition

Lorenzo Vitturi’s work is often found at the intersection of sculpture and photography and his latest project, Dalston Anatomy...
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  Anais Lopez & Eva Smallegange: Only in Burundi. Anais Lopez & Eva Smallegange
Only in Burundi
"The past two years my colleague Eva Smallegange (writer) and I worked on this book. We travelled to Burundi (Central Africa) and got to know this country, its inhabitants and its culture... More
     
Sylvie Aubenas: Brassaï. Sylvie Aubenas
Brassaï
"Brassaï (1899-1984) was the first and is still the most famous photographer to chronicle Paris after dark. Born in Hungary, he came to the French capital in 1924... More
  Jan Banning: Down and out in the South. Jan Banning
Down and out in the South
"Included in this book are 42 portraits of homeless men and women in South Carolina, Georgia, and Mississippi. For these images, Jan Banning came up with an original approach... More
     
Jo Roettger: Landscape & Memory. Jo Roettger
Landscape & Memory
"For this deeply captivating series, photographer Jo Röttger accompanied a German military unit from a training ground in their homeland to deployment in Afghanistan and back. Despite the banal... More
  Alain Bizos: Regard Fulgurant. Alain Bizos
Regard Fulgurant
"The catalogue for the first solo exhibition devoted to Alain Bizos, whose personal aesthetic, developed in the formative years between 1977-1982, straddles art and information... More
     
Daan Paans: Letters from Utopia. Daan Paans
Letters from Utopia
"For the book Letters from Utopia photographer Daan Paans went looking for people who want to extend the human lifespan extremely or even aim to become immortal... More
  Martijn Berk: Falling from a Height. Martijn Berk
Falling from a Height
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Pepa Hristova: Sworn Virgins. Pepa Hristova
Sworn Virgins
"Northern Albania is still home today to so-called »Sworn Virgins« – the last men-women in Europe. A collection of laws from the Middle Ages, passed down over the centuries by word of mouth... More
  Beth Moon: Between Earth and Sky. Beth Moon
Between Earth and Sky
"Numinous and magical, the black-and-white photographs of Beth Moon celebrate nature and our relationship to it as a primary elemental experience... More
     
Viktoria Sorochnski: Anna & Eve. Viktoria Sorochnski
Anna & Eve
"Viktorai Sorochinski’s great narrative ›Anna & Eve‹ is a journey into different worlds — children’s fantasy world and the real world of adults. Worlds that attract and repel each other... More
  Michael Wolf: Small God, Big City. Michael Wolf
Small God, Big City
For Michael Wolf Hong Kong is a lifelong love affair. With its outstanding architecture... More
     
Cristina Nunez: But Beautiful. Cristina Nunez
But Beautiful
"In 1988, in an attempt to overcome personal problems, Cristina Nuñez began taking self-portrait photographs. Giving shape to her emotions and revealing her presence to the world... More
  Jonah Samson: Dead Man Jonah Samson
Dead Man's Hand
"While visibly alluding to the film noir genre... More
     
Mitch Dobrowner: Storms. Mitch Dobrowner
Storms
"Mitch Dobrowner has been chasing storms since 2009. Working with professional storm chaser Roger Hill... More
  Rob Hornstra: Empty Land, Promised Land, Forbidden Land. Rob Hornstra
Empty Land, Promised Land, Forbidden Land
"Second revised edition of 'Empty land, Promised land, Forbidden land'. The book is slightly smaller than the original edition and has been updated with recent photography and current developments... More
     
Andy Mattern: Everyone I Never Knew. Andy Mattern
Everyone I Never Knew
"Everyone I Never Knew is a photographic collection of orphaned mittens and gloves found over three years in Minnesota... More
  Lori Nix: The City. Lori Nix
The City
"Over the past eight years, Lori Nix (born 1969) has created meticulously detailed model environments and then photographed them-locations within a fictional city that celebrate modern culture... More
     
A Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin: Holy Bible. A Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin
Holy Bible
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Selected as a Book of the Week by Barbara Tannenbaum

Now in its second printing...
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  Satoru Watanabe: da.gasita. Satoru Watanabe
da.gasita
"A memory of one winter day from my childhood flashes through my mind.

This memory is so vivid that I still remember how the snow felt under my footsteps...
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Ichiba Daisuke: Onna. Ichiba Daisuke
Onna
"This is the second mini book of the Japanese photographer and painter Daisuke Ichiba for Média Immédiat. The title ONNA means WOMAN in Japanese... More
  Kazuo Kitai: Somehow Familiar Places. Kazuo Kitai
Somehow Familiar Places
"Most people who see Kitai's work may feel nostalgic or experience a sense of deja vu. This is not because he has selected places to which most people have been... More
     
Josef Koudelka: Wall. Josef Koudelka
Wall
"Josef Koudelka's Wall comprises panoramic landscape photographs he made from 2008 to 2012 in East Jerusalem, Hebron, Ramallah, Bethlehem... More
  Nasa/mro: This Is Mars. Nasa/mro
This Is Mars
"This Is Mars offers a previously unseen vision of the red planet. Located somewhere between art and science... More
     
Martin Parr: The Non-Conformists. Martin Parr
The Non-Conformists
"The Non-Conformists features Martin Parr's first major body of work from the mid-1970s, published here for the first time in book form... More
  Mark Morrisroe: Mark Dirt. Mark Morrisroe
Mark Dirt
"The photographs of Mark Morrisroe (1959–1989) are steeped in fragility, both as material objects scored and pockmarked by the vicissitudes of time... More
     
Bernard Plossu: Zine Collection N°7. Bernard Plossu
Zine Collection N°7
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  Mary Virginia Swanson: MVS Resource Guide. Mary Virginia Swanson
MVS Resource Guide
"I hope you will find the information contained in this SUMMER 2013 RESOURCE GUIDE of value to you and your career. It has been created to accompany my public lectures and seminars... More
     
Stacy Kranitz: From the Study on Post-Pubescent Manhood. Stacy Kranitz
From the Study on Post-Pubescent Manhood
"This 80 page full color 8x5 saddle stiched book looks at how subculture self-consciously dramatizes violence through daily rituals, habits, and pastimes... More
  Patricia Galagan: The Green Fuse. Patricia Galagan
The Green Fuse
"Fine art photographer Patricia Galagan's depiction of a Northern New Mexico forest recovering after a wildfire shows nature in the act of survival... More
     
Theo Anderson: SNAFU. Theo Anderson
SNAFU
"SNAFU, is the fifth in a series of artist books by Theo Anderson based on the episodes of his ongoing work, CADILLAC... More
  Theo Anderson: Pennsylvania. Theo Anderson
Pennsylvania
"Theo Anderson's, PENNSYLVANIA, is the sixth artist book based on the episodes of his ongoing work, CADILLAC.

"The photographs are not so much about place as they are about transformation...
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Jason Langer: Possession. Jason Langer
Possession
"Following 'Secret City', Jason Langer’s sold-out, debut monograph, comes 'Possession', a volume of 42 images made between 1990 and 2012. Over the past two decades... More
  Alexis Fabry: Urbes Mutantes. Alexis Fabry
Urbes Mutantes
"Drawn from one of the richest and most critically acclaimed private collections of Latin American photography in the world (the Stanislas and Leticia Poniatowski collection)... More
     
Nick Brandt: Across the Ravaged Land. Nick Brandt
Across the Ravaged Land
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  Lyle Rexer: The Edge of Vision. Lyle Rexer
The Edge of Vision
"Abstraction has been, and remains, intrinsic to photography. The Edge of Vision... More
     
Tom Bianchi: Fire Island Pines. Tom Bianchi
Fire Island Pines
"Growing up in the 1950s, Tom Bianchi would head into downtown Chicago and pick up 25-cent “physique” magazines at newsstands. In one such magazine... More
  Elin O Elin O'Hara Slavick
After Hiroshima
"On August 6, 1945, the US bomber Enola Gay released an atomic bomb over the city of Hiroshima, killing 70,000 people instantly (with another 70,000 dying by year’s end from their injuries)... More
     
Laurent Chardon: Rester. Laurent Chardon
Rester
"If a part of the population lives with the feeling of being abandoned is that the region is struggling to recover from thirty years of separatist war. Some are already gone or dreamed of doing it... More
  Jh EngstrÖm: Sketch of Paris. Jh EngstrÖm
Sketch of Paris
"For over twenty years, Swedish photographer JH Engström has lived and worked in Paris, a city that, like New York, has a long photographic pedigree... More
     
Ron Jude: Fires. Ron Jude
Fires
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  Richard Misrach: 11.21.11 5:40 PM. Richard Misrach
11.21.11 5:40 PM
"Richard Misrach has begun a series of artist books that explores the relationship between photography and time. Titled by the date and minute of the image-11.21.11 5:40 pm... More
     
Rimaldas Viksraitis: Naked. Rimaldas Viksraitis
Naked
"Naked, intimate and carefree

Rimaldas Viksraitis is best known for his intimate documentary photographs of rural life in Lithuania...
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  Sonja Braas: So Far. Sonja Braas
So Far
"So Far looks at the serial works of German artist Sonja Braas (born 1968). Braas’ images of powerful natural phenomena such as high mountains and thundering avalanches... More
     
Taryn Simon: An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar. Taryn Simon
An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar
"First published in 2008, and now commanding high prices second-hand, Taryn Simon’s An American Index of the Hidden and Unfamiliar reveals objects... More
  Mark Steinmetz: Paris in My Time. Mark Steinmetz
Paris in My Time
"“Paris in my time”, Mark Steinmetz’s long-awaited new monograph, presents work culled from several extended trips that the artist made to Paris over a twenty-five year period... More
     
Melissa Catanese: Dangerous Women. Melissa Catanese
Dangerous Women
Dangerous Women is a collection of vernacular photographs of women from the archive of Peter J. Cohen and edited by Melissa Catanese... More
 
 

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