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Anais Lopez: In the Beginning No Bird Sang. Anais Lopez
In the Beginning No Bird Sang
"The work of Amsterdam-based visual artist and documentary photographer Anaïs López investigates how people live in the city. López is fascinated with the dynamic between the human and urban scales... More
  Antoine D Antoine D'Agata
Antoine D'agata Antibodies
"This monumental collection of d’Agata’s controversial work is a cult classic and companion to one of the most talked-about photography exhibitions of the past decade... More
     
Charlotte Cotton: The Photograph As Contemporary Art. Charlotte Cotton
The Photograph As Contemporary Art
"In the 21st century photography has come of age as a contemporary art form. Nearly two centuries after photographic technology was first invented... More
  Christopher Anderson: Stump. Christopher Anderson
Stump
"As one of today’s most influential political photographers, Christopher Anderson has enjoyed rare behind-the-scenes access to the inner workings of American political theater... More
     
Dorothea Lange: Dorothea Lange. Dorothea Lange
Dorothea Lange
"This beautiful volume celebrates one of the twentieth century's most important photographers, Dorothea Lange... More
  Jennifer Schwartz: Crusade for Your Art. Jennifer Schwartz
Crusade for Your Art
"Crusade For Your Art... More
     
Martin Hyers & Will Mebane: Empire. Martin Hyers & Will Mebane
Empire
"Between 2004 and 2007, American photographers Martin Hyers and Will Mebane made a series of road trips through the American South, West and East to create a photographic archive of objects... More
  Mariette Pathy Allen: TransCuba. Mariette Pathy Allen
TransCuba
"For more than 30 years, New York–based photographer and painter Mariette Pathy Allen has been documenting transgender culture worldwide... More
     
No.223: No.223. No.223
No.223
"These are the immediate and natural status and looks in our lives. But we more than ever feel embarrassed.

I am more into a simple...
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  MacIek Nabrdalik: The Irreversible. MacIek Nabrdalik
The Irreversible
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Tim Davis: Quinto Quarto. Tim Davis
Quinto Quarto
"On the very first day I ever spent photographing in Rome — a white-hot September in 2007— my assistant took me to Testaccio to show me the old slaughterhouse. It was largely abandoned... More
  Attilio Maria Navarra: Luci Di Casa. Attilio Maria Navarra
Luci Di Casa
"Sunlight is the pervasive theme of Navarra's latest collection; the sun pervading the scene, the sun blurring the edges of what we see and haunting the forests like a fog from the sea... 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
  Jerry Uelsmann: Uelsmann Untitled. Jerry Uelsmann
Uelsmann Untitled
""The camera is essentially a license to explore."... More
     
Eric Kellerman: The Box. Eric Kellerman
The Box
""Eric Kellerman's work is gimmick-less, pure, and universal. It possesses that expansive radiance which is the hallmark of beauty, a clarity resulting from the plenitude of form... More
  Manabu Miyazaki: The Pencil of Nature. Manabu Miyazaki
The Pencil of Nature
"A must-have for all lovers of classic nature photography. Just as French scientist Etienne-Jules Marey first invented a photographic gun to shoot images of flying birds in rapid sequence... More
     
Michael Wolf: Hong Kong Trilogy. Michael Wolf
Hong Kong Trilogy
"Now in its second edition.

Michael Wolf's adopted home of Hong Kong is rife with subject matter. Within this bustling metropolis...
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  Annette Messager: Voluntary Tortures. Annette Messager
Voluntary Tortures
"Still up-to-date and a real find: Messager's photo series on the image of the body from 1972

"Beauty knows no pain" is a phrase that, upon closer scrutiny, is shocking and disturbing...
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Marjolaine Ryley: Growing Up in the New Age. Marjolaine Ryley
Growing Up in the New Age
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  Bill Brandt: Shadow and Light. Bill Brandt
Shadow and Light
"Bill Brandt was the preeminent British photographer of the twentieth century, a founding father of photography’s modernist tradition whose half-century-long career defies neat categorization... More
     
Andreas Muller-Pohle: European Photography No. 94. Andreas Muller-Pohle
European Photography No. 94
"European Photography 94 on Retro-Photography, featuring Julia Murakami, Hisaji Hara, Erwin Olaf, Neil Krug, Alexandra Polina, Stacey Tyrell, Nathalie Daoust, Jeff Cowen, Elmira Sidyak, Piotr Zbierski... More
  Motohiko Hasui: Personal Matters. Motohiko Hasui
Personal Matters
"Personal Matters is a collection of everyday snapshots by one of Japan’s most promising emerging talents in fashion photography. However, for Hasui, the personal matters more... More
     
Mariah Robertson: SPBH Book Club Vol IV. Mariah Robertson
SPBH Book Club Vol IV
"Mariah Robertson is an alchemist. Her experimental approach to making art has seen images spill from the restrictions of the frame and reach across walls and floors. In SPBH Book Club Vol IV... More
  Gordon Matta-Clark: Entretiens. Gordon Matta-Clark
Entretiens
"By un-doing a building there are many aspects of the social condition against which I am gesturing... More
     
V.D.: Some Windy Trees. V.D.
Some Windy Trees
"Limited edition of 500 copies with unique back cover titled, signed and numbered by V.D. with his red marker NB : Some crazy copies are coming with a red scribble !... More
  Jock Sturges: The Rollei Project. Jock Sturges
The Rollei Project
""I was bemused and, to be honest, a bit skeptical when in the Spring of 2012 my friend, Duncan Meeder, proposed that I do a project with the Rolleiflex Twin Lens Reflex 6x6... More
     
Roe Ethridge & Zin Taylor: The Ceremony and the Spirit. Roe Ethridge & Zin Taylor
The Ceremony and the Spirit
"I guess I’m trying to find a structure where you and I get to throw in our opinions about stuff... More
  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
     
Karen Knorr & Olivier Richon: Punks. Karen Knorr & Olivier Richon
Punks
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  Guido Guidi: Preganziol, 1983. Guido Guidi
Preganziol, 1983
"Thirty years ago in 1983, Italian photographer Guido Guidi created a short photographic series, taken inside a room in Preganziol, Italy. The sixteen images which make up Preganziol... More
     
Various: Heavenly Bodies. Various
Heavenly Bodies
""The photographs in "Heavenly Bodies" explore both the macrocosm and the microcosm. There are images of stellar constellations, solar eclipses, streaking comets, and the full moon... More
  Taiji Matsue: Surficial Survey. Taiji Matsue
Surficial Survey
"Japanese photographer Taji Matsue works to record the earth's surface - both the natural and the manmade - with the dispassionate eye of a geographer, his trained profession... More
     
Ed Van Der Elsken: Looking for Love on the Left Bank. Ed Van Der Elsken
Looking for Love on the Left Bank
"Dutch photographer and filmmaker Ed van der Elsken relocated to Paris in 1950. There he found a bohemian group, closely following and photographing their everyday movements... More
  Matthew Arnold: Topography Is Fate. Matthew Arnold
Topography Is Fate
"Matthew Arnold spent months in Tunisia, Egypt, and Libya to photograph these unfamiliar North African landscapes upon which many crucial battles in the North African Campaign were fought... More
     
Jaap Scheeren: Cut Shaving, the Xerox Edition. Jaap Scheeren
Cut Shaving, the Xerox Edition
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  Daisuke Yokota: Site/cloud. Daisuke Yokota
Site/cloud
"Japanese photographer Daisuke Yokota is known for pushing the developing process and the potential of analogue image-making to the extreme... More
     
Heidi De Gier: A Falling Horizon. Heidi De Gier
A Falling Horizon
"For years, Hannie de Vos and her children had a sheep farm on the Sophiapolder, a small island in the river the Noord. Every morning they would row across the river to take care of the animals... More
  Marco Van Duyvendijk: Riko. Marco Van Duyvendijk
Riko
"‘Riko is a book about a Japanese Butoh dancer I met in Kyoto. Butoh is an avant-garde dance form that combines dance, theatre and improvisation... More
     
Marco Van Duyvendijk: Sma Negeri 1. Marco Van Duyvendijk
Sma Negeri 1
"‘SMA Negeri 1 is nowadays one of the leading Senior High Schools in Semarang (Indonesia)... More
  Mike Slack: High Tide. Mike Slack
High Tide
"First published in 2006 in a limited run of 75 copies, Los Angeles photographer Mike Slack’s High Tide has now been issued in this expanded edition. It collects a series of Polaroid close... More
     
Lucas Foglia: Frontcountry. Lucas Foglia
Frontcountry
"Between 2006 and 2013, Lucas Foglia traveled throughout rural Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Wyoming, some of the least populated regions in the United States... More
  Harvey Benge: Some Things You Should Have Told Me. Harvey Benge
Some Things You Should Have Told Me
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Janet Russek: The Tenuous Stem. Janet Russek
The Tenuous Stem
"In 1993, Janet Russek began a series of still lifes of ripe squashes, peaches and pears whose rounded forms echoed the plenitude of pregnancy. Using only natural light... More
  Anders Petersen: Anders Petersen. Anders Petersen
Anders Petersen
"Anders Petersen is one of Europe's most beloved documentary photographers. His black-and-white portraits, often of persons at the fringes of society-prostitutes, transvestites... More
     
Tim Smyth: Defective Carrots. Tim Smyth
Defective Carrots
"Defective Carrots is a typology of carrots that have been deemed unfit for consumers' eyes. Mechanically scanned... More
  Chen Jiagang: Sample Room. Chen Jiagang
Sample Room
"Looks Pretty
Games of Survival in Chinese Model Homes

Looking across history, changing societies pass through three phases. The first phase is an accumulative phase...
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Osamu James Nakagawa: Gama Caves. Osamu James Nakagawa
Gama Caves
"How does one take photographs in the dark? And what then, emerges from the darkness? Osamu James Nakagawa's project GAMA... More
  Jim Goldberg: Polaroids from Haiti. Jim Goldberg
Polaroids from Haiti
"The photographs in Jim Goldberg's contribution to our One Picture Book series, 'Polaroids from Haiti', were taken during a week in March of 2013... More
     
Dan Solomon: Witness. Dan Solomon
Witness
"In "Witness", Dan Solomon uses images of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy to explore the nature of photography and memory... More
  Richard Misrach: iPhone Studies: Reverse Scrubs. Richard Misrach
iPhone Studies: Reverse Scrubs
"During the past several years, Richard Misrach has been creating a series of large-scale negative prints, as both an homage to the end of the analog negative... More
     
John Divola: Supermarket. John Divola
Supermarket
""Supermarket" by artist John Divola comprises a group of photographs of middle-aged women shopping for groceries in the early 1970s. The black-and... More
  Gilles BonnecarrÈre: Male Dancers Wanted. Gilles BonnecarrÈre
Male Dancers Wanted
"Male dancers wanted is a collection of previously unpublished photographs taken in a strip club in New York in 1976... More
     
Anders Petersen: Veins. Anders Petersen
Veins
"Born in Stockholm in 1944, Anders Petersen is undoutedly one of the world’s most important photographers of the last 40 years. In 1978 he published Café Lehmitz... More
  Chad States: The Sunbathers. Chad States
The Sunbathers
"Chad States’ The Sunbathers consists of thirteen portraits of men in the process of undressing. Both indulging and complicating the classical depiction of the female bather... More
     
Glen Luchford: Damaged Negatives. Glen Luchford
Damaged Negatives
""I put the images in storage for two weeks, which turned into two months. The entire storage unit flooded and the owner didn't tell anyone, so by the time I arrived... More
  Satoshi MacHiguchi: 1000. Satoshi MacHiguchi
1000
"Machiguchi Satoshi 1000 presents (over) 1000 pages of full-framed, close-cropped photographs of some of the most influential photo-books of the past seven decades. A resource and a treasure... More
     
Archive Of Modern Conflict: Amc2 Journal Issue 8. Archive Of Modern Conflict
Amc2 Journal Issue 8
"Fan sampler in a PVC box.

Issue 8 of Amc2 features a selection of full-length portraits, some black & white and others hand-coloured...
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  David Thomson: 82. David Thomson
82
"The title of this two-volume set, 82, gives little clue to the content beyond the fact that 82 photos are included in each volume. Like some bureaucratic code, it marks but does not describe... More
     
Samuel W Grant: La Rue. Samuel W Grant
La Rue
""This charming 104 page book features 51 photographs and marks the latest release by photographer Samuel Grant... More
  Ikumi Taniguchi: Beat. Ikumi Taniguchi
Beat
"These are photos of the girls that work in Kabukicho. As I value the relationship between myself and the object of my photos, I was able to come to this work by sharing the same air with the girls... More
     
Daido Moriyama: Lost Home. Daido Moriyama
Lost Home
"Photographs by Daido Moriyama, Christian Patterson, JH Engstrom, Takashi Homma, Roe Ethridge, Ron Jude, Slavica Perkovic, Bertien van Manen, Terri Weifenbach & Harvey Benge... More
 
 

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