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Anders Petersen: Rome. Anders Petersen
Rome
"Anders Petersen (born 1944) has been photographing the city of Rome since the mid-1980s. He has returned numerous times, and in 2005 he was invited for the Rome Commission... More
  Danila Tkachenko: Escape. Danila Tkachenko
Escape
"“Man does not need society at all, it’s the society that needs man. Society is a forced measure of protection and survival. Unlike a gregarious animal, man must live alone - in nature among animals... More
     
David Goldblatt: Photographers David Goldblatt
Photographers' References
"PHOTOGRAPHERS’ REFERENCES is a book collection of in-depth interviews with established photographers. Created in 2014 by Frédérique Destribats and Baptiste Lignel... More
  Graham MacIndoe: aLL IN. Graham MacIndoe
aLL IN
"Printed in an edition of only 350 signed and numbered copies.

The images in this series are of heroin bags collected years ago during a period of the Artists own addiction to the Drug...
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Brian Rose: Metamorphosis. Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013. Brian Rose
Metamorphosis. Meatpacking District 1985 + 2013
"In the winter of 1985 I spent several days wandering the streets of the Meatpacking District with my 4x5 view camera. It was different city then. Edgier, less peopled... More
  Renate Aller: Ocean and Desert. Renate Aller
Ocean and Desert
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Clara Bahlsen: Töchter (Daughter). Clara Bahlsen
Töchter (Daughter)
""The work Töchter (Daughters) deals with the question of origins and family, and their individual significance for biography and identity... More
  Saul Leiter: Early Black and White. Saul Leiter
Early Black and White
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The distinctive iconography of Saul Leiter’s early black and white photographs stems from his profound response to the dynamic street life of New York City
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Edward Burtynsky: Oil. Edward Burtynsky
Oil
"Edward Burtynsky’s Oil collects a decades’ worth of photographing the world’s largest oil fields, refineries, freeway interchanges and automobile plants... More
  Edward Burtynsky: Water. Edward Burtynsky
Water
"There is no life without water. Burtynsky's new and highly anticipated book Water tells us the story of where water comes from, how we use it, distribute and waste it. Often using a bird's... More
     
Bernd & Hilla Becher: Bernd Und Hilla Becher Printed Matter 1964/2013. Bernd & Hilla Becher
Bernd Und Hilla Becher Printed Matter 1964/2013
"Bernd & Hilla Becher are among the most influential artists of our time. The Bechers initiated their work on industrial heritage threatened with destruction at the end of the 50s... More
  Leon Levinstein: Leon Levinstein. Leon Levinstein
Leon Levinstein
"American street photographer Leon Levinstein is much admired within the photographic community, but little known outside of it... More
     
Bernhard Fuchs: Woodlands. Bernhard Fuchs
Woodlands
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  Kris Vervaeke: Ad Infinitum. Kris Vervaeke
Ad Infinitum
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Kai-Olaf Hesse: Dresden Suite. Kai-Olaf Hesse
Dresden Suite
"Is it possible to portray a city? How to avoid clichés especially with a city like Dresden, once the glorious "Florence on the river Elbe... More
  Hiroshi Watanabe: The Day the Dam Collapses. Hiroshi Watanabe
The Day the Dam Collapses
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Larry Fink: The Beats. Larry Fink
The Beats
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  Delilah Montoya: Women Boxers. Delilah Montoya
Women Boxers
"Five books contains one 5 x 7 archival editioned print of “Jackie... More
     
Anouk Kruithof: Untitled. Anouk Kruithof
Untitled
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  Munemasa Takahashi: Tsunami, Photographs, and Then. Munemasa Takahashi
Tsunami, Photographs, and Then
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Thomas Mailaender: The Night Climbers of Cambridge. Thomas Mailaender
The Night Climbers of Cambridge
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  Knut Egil Wang: Southbound. Knut Egil Wang
Southbound
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Jens Olof Lasthein: Home Among Black Hills. Jens Olof Lasthein
Home Among Black Hills
"While growing into one of the biggest European centers of coal and steel, Charleroi in Belgium was populated by migrant workers coming from many countries... More
  Joana Toro: Masked. Joana Toro
Masked
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San Martin...
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Estefania Gonzalez: Ventanas. Estefania Gonzalez
Ventanas
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During three years...
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  Karen Paulina Biswell: Embera-chamis – ¡chao Nos Vemos!. Karen Paulina Biswell
Embera-chamis – ¡chao Nos Vemos!
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Ana Maria Ruiz: Todo Se Parece a Su Dueno. Ana Maria Ruiz
Todo Se Parece a Su Dueno
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  Guadalupe Ruiz: Nada Es Eterno. Guadalupe Ruiz
Nada Es Eterno
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In theory...
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Tina Enghoff: Migrant Documents. Tina Enghoff
Migrant Documents
"There are vast differences in the degree of mobility across borders. Legal, bureaucratic boundaries, as well as physical borders and checkpoints at airports, etc... More
  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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