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Kent Klich: Killing Time. Kent Klich
Killing Time
"Through a series of images produced over more than a decade, photographer Kent Klich explores the conditions of those living in Gaza, a society under constant siege. In the foreword... More
  John Gossage: Who Do You Love. John Gossage
Who Do You Love
"Who Do You Love presents a tightly curated group of unique, never-before-seen pieces—photographic distractions, in the words of the artist—from the 1990s... More
     
Ren Hang: The Brightest Light Runs Too Fast. Ren Hang
The Brightest Light Runs Too Fast
The Brightest Light Runs Too Fast is the new book by Chinese artist Ren Hang published by Editions Bessard. Not unlike many of Bessard Editions’ previous publications... More
  Bohnchang Koo: Everyday Treasures. Bohnchang Koo
Everyday Treasures
"Yamaguchi Nobuhiro did perfect sensitive design for the delicacy of the images... More
     
Roe Ethridge: Sacrifice Your Body. Roe Ethridge
Sacrifice Your Body
"Roe Ethridge’s practice is that of a restless maverick and his constantly evolving visual sensibility has spawned a myriad of copyists in what has become known as ‘the new school of synthetic photo More
  Hannah Modigh: Sunday Mornin Hannah Modigh
Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down
"In Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down Modigh follows the lives of several people as they wake, nap, make love and wait for transportation. These photographs contain the eerie, though calming... More
     
Lars TunbjÖrk: 3 X 3 Eksjö Hjo Nora. Lars TunbjÖrk
3 X 3 Eksjö Hjo Nora
"3 X 3 presents the work of three photographers who all aimed at capturing life in small Swedish towns. Each series in the book looks at the people, decor... More
  Agneta Ekman: Tall-Maja. Agneta Ekman
Tall-Maja
"Reprinted for the first time since the 60's Tall-Maja is the photographic enactment of the legend of Tall-Maja, or the Lady of the Forest, through a huanting series of images that are both feminie... More
     
Rinko Kawauchi: Gift. Rinko Kawauchi
Gift
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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
     
Thomas Ruff: Lichten. Thomas Ruff
Lichten
"Coinciding with exhibitions in Ghent and Düsseldorf, this book comprises five photo series ranging from Thomas Ruff’s start in the late 1970s to recent work in 2014. As a conceptual photographer... More
  Erik Kessels: Tables to Meet. Erik Kessels
Tables to Meet
"Three photographers who share the same name have planned to meet each other in person for a long time. The only obstacle to this is that one lives in the Netherlands... More
     
Sara MacEl: May the Road Rise to Meet You. Sara MacEl
May the Road Rise to Meet You
"In this remarkable photo-documentary and biography, Sara Macel followed her father, a traveling salesman, on his trips across the US. In popular mythology... More
  Louis Porter: Conflict Resolution. Louis Porter
Conflict Resolution
"Australian photographer Louis Porter takes us on an exploration of forgettable urban spaces which visibly reflect the memory of an event, often interpreted as acts of violence... More
     
Anton Kusters: Mono No Aware. Anton Kusters
Mono No Aware
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Once in a while, my body decides my mind needs to take a moment to stare into the distance – preferably through a window.

When I go out the door...
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  Robert Adams: A Road Through Shore Pine. Robert Adams
A Road Through Shore Pine
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Larry Towell: Afghanistan. Larry Towell
Afghanistan
"For 30 years, Afghanistan has known only war. In this volume, renowned Magnum photographer Larry Towell presents a moving and in-depth look at the country... More
  Louie Palu: Guantanamo. Louie Palu
Guantanamo
"GUANTANAMO Operational Security Review

A concept newspaper project by Louie Palu

We rely on photographs to shape our understanding of some of modern history's most complex even
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Paul Graham: Does Yellow Run Forever?. Paul Graham
Does Yellow Run Forever?
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  Andrea Botto: 19.06_26.08.1945. Andrea Botto
19.06_26.08.1945
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Wei Bi: Mengxi 2. Wei Bi
Mengxi 2
Mengxi 2 is a series of narrative photographs that seem to chronicle the dreams and memories of everyday things... More
  Olivier Pin-Fat: Zine Collection N°16. Olivier Pin-Fat
Zine Collection N°16
"Zine Collection N°16 " Dead Light " by the artist Olivier Pin-Fat. A limited edition of 300 copies with a signed C print by the artist on Kodak Paper... More
     
Andreas Trogisch: Replies. Andreas Trogisch
Replies
"Andreas Trogisch is not simply a discoverer. Over the past 35 years he has created an extensive body of work, but has himself only recently been “discovered”. The follow up to previous... More
  Yoshihiko Ueda: M. Ganges. Yoshihiko Ueda
M. Ganges
"We are pleased to announce the launch of Yoshihiko Ueda's "M. Ganges". Ueda started his M series since 2011. Materia is the first one of the series, M. River for the second, M. Sea for the third... More
     
Tomoko Yoneda: After the Thaw. Tomoko Yoneda
After the Thaw
"This book contains photographs from two countries that Yoneda visited ten years ago. They were the product of a quite ambitious project affiliated with the EU-Japan Fest... More
  Stephen Shore: Winslow Arizona. Stephen Shore
Winslow Arizona
"The following photobooks were published in conjunction with IMA Gallery’s third exhibition “THE STREET GOES ON” (June 28–August 12)... More
     
Joan Fontcuberta: Zine Collection N°15. Joan Fontcuberta
Zine Collection N°15
"A limited edition of 300 copies with a signed C print by the artist on Kodak Paper... More
  Gen Sakuma: Go There. Gen Sakuma
Go There
"Born in 1979, Gen Sakuma is a street photographer based on Tokyo and founder of TAP Gallery in Kiyosumi-Shirakawa. Photographing all over the Tokyo region... More
     
Nick Haymes: Zoloto. Nick Haymes
Zoloto
"In Nick Haymes’ Zoloto, there exists the brutal honesty about family life... More
  Delilah Montoya: Women Boxers. Delilah Montoya
Women Boxers
"Five books contains one 5 x 7 archival editioned print of “Jackie... More
     
Kazuo Kitai: One Road. Kazuo Kitai
One Road
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  Guy Tillim: Joburg. Guy Tillim
Joburg
"In Joburg: Points of View the artist returns to the city which he last photographed a decade ago.

At that time...
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Henrik Vering
Sampler.01/Berlin:Crash
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  Ansel Adams: At Water Ansel Adams
At Water's Edge
"Ansel Adams' appreciation for water was never far from the surface. He was drawn to the subject in all its forms, from rain, fog, mist and clouds to ice and snow... More
     
Ernesto Bazan: Isla. Ernesto Bazan
Isla
"Isla represents the last part of this unexpected photographic personal journey... More
  Josef Koudelka: Nationality Doubtful Josef Koudelka
Nationality Doubtful
"This retrospective catalog features vintage prints as well as recent, unpublished work by internationally acclaimed photographer Josef Koudelka (b. 1938). A leading member of the photo agency Magnum... More
     
Agafia Polynchuk: Polaroids. Agafia Polynchuk
Polaroids
"Agafia Polynchuk is a Berlin based photo artist. She was born in 1988 in Leningrad. In 2010 she bought her SX-70 camera and took very first polaroid picture... More
  Peter Van Agtmael: Disco Night Sept 11. Peter Van Agtmael
Disco Night Sept 11
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Andy Sewell: Something Like a Nest. Andy Sewell
Something Like a Nest
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  Fred Cray: Conversations. Fred Cray
Conversations
"Conversations is Fred Cray’s new book of photographs of words... More
     
Wynn Bullock: Revelations. Wynn Bullock
Revelations
"Wynn Bullock was one of the most significant photographers of the mid-twentieth century... More
  Lee Friedlander: Playing for the Benefit of the Band. Lee Friedlander
Playing for the Benefit of the Band
"Lee Friedlander (b. 1934) first visited the birthplace of jazz in 1957, and immediately set about photographing the aging pioneers of the art form... More
     
Lee Friedlander: Family in the Picture. Lee Friedlander
Family in the Picture
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  Katherine A. Bussard: Unfamiliar Streets. Katherine A. Bussard
Unfamiliar Streets
"City scenes have been chronicled in photographs since the early 1800s, but street photography as traditionally defined has captured a relatively narrow field of these images... More
     
Stephen Shore: From Galilee to the Negev. Stephen Shore
From Galilee to the Negev
"Acclaimed photographer Stephen Shore (b... More
  Manuel Carrillo: Mi Querido Mexico. Manuel Carrillo
Mi Querido Mexico
"The photographic output of Manuel Carrillo is not as well-known as the work of Manuel Alvarez Bravo and Edward Weston, his contemporaries in Mexico and the United States respectively... More
     
Larry Fink: Larry Fink on Composition and Improvisation. Larry Fink
Larry Fink on Composition and Improvisation
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  JoÃo Rocha: Kim Jong Il Looking at Things. JoÃo Rocha
Kim Jong Il Looking at Things
"Comical and bizarre, Kim Jong Il Looking at Things is based upon one of the most followed, shared and imitated monothematic Tumblr blogs in recent years. Created by João Rocha... More
     
Francesca Woodman: Francesca Woodman. Francesca Woodman
Francesca Woodman
"This volume-the most comprehensive monograph published on Francesca Woodman to date... More
  Michael Schmidt: Natur. Michael Schmidt
Natur
"In a series of black and white images of the German landscape made between 1987 and 1997, Michael Schmidt has forged a new pictorial language to deconstruct the world he observes... More
     
Joanna Piotrowska: Frowst. Joanna Piotrowska
Frowst
"‘Every activity in the relationship with a father allows “I” to develop, and at the same time destroys “I”. I find the father everywhere, where I think it’s me. There is no landscape without father... More
  Nick Waplington: Settlement. Nick Waplington
Settlement
"Nick Waplington lived in Jerusalem for four years, where he depicted the physical and political geography of Jewish settlements in the West Bank... More
     
Rosalind Fox Solomon: Them. Rosalind Fox Solomon
Them
"Rosalind Fox Solomon spent five months in Israel and the West Bank during 2010–11, staying in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Nahariya, Bethlehem and Jenin. Travelling by local bus along with commuter workers... More
  HÉlÈne Casanova: Chimayo. HÉlÈne Casanova
Chimayo
"Photo book by English professor and award-winning photographer Hélène Casanova documents the Easter Week pilgrimage to the historic chapel at Chimayó, New Mexico... More
     
Nick Waplington: Settlement. Nick Waplington
Settlement
"Nick Waplington lived in Jerusalem for four years, where he depicted the physical and political geography of Jewish settlements in the West Bank... More
  Rosalind Fox Solomon: Them. Rosalind Fox Solomon
Them
"Rosalind Fox Solomon spent five months in Israel and the West Bank during 2010–11, staying in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Nahariya, Bethlehem and Jenin. Travelling by local bus along with commuter workers... More
     
Nick Ballon: Ezekiel 36:36. Nick Ballon
Ezekiel 36:36
"In Ezekiel 36:36 photographer Nick Ballon’s ongoing fascination and personal connection with Bolivia is bought to life with his documentation of Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano (LAB)... More
  Sarah Kennel: Charles Marville. Sarah Kennel
Charles Marville
"Charles Marville (1813–79) is widely acknowledged as one of the most talented photographers of the nineteenth century... More
     
Minor White: Manifestations of the Spirit. Minor White
Manifestations of the Spirit
"Controversial, misunderstood, and sometimes overlooked, Minor White (1908–1976) is one of the great photographers of the twentieth century... More
  Richard Billingham: Ray Richard Billingham
Ray's a Laugh
"Photographer and painter Richard Billingham (born 1970) grew up in a cramped, high-rise tenement apartment with his mother and father in Birmingham, England. His father, Ray, was an unemployed... More
 

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