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Bart Michiels: The Course of History. Bart Michiels
The Course of History
"At first glance, the photographs of Bart Michiels, a Belgian photographer who lives and works in New York, seem to depict simple vast landscapes and details of nature... More
  Jochen Lempert: Phenotype. Jochen Lempert
Phenotype
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Barbara Bosworth: Natural Histories. Barbara Bosworth
Natural Histories
"Over the last 20 years, renowned Boston artist Barbara Bosworth (born 1953) has taken photographs of her family in and around her childhood home in Novelty, Ohio... More
  Rob Hornstra: The Sochi Project. Rob Hornstra
The Sochi Project
"Rob Hornstra and Arnold van Bruggen have been working together since 2009 to tell the story of Sochi, Russia, site of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games... More
     
Enrico Natali: Enrico Natali. Enrico Natali
Enrico Natali
"Detroit 1968 was first published in 1972 under the title New American People, and was the subject of Enrico Natali’s 1969 solo exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago... More
  W. Eugene Smith: The Big Book. W. Eugene Smith
The Big Book
"W. Eugene Smith, an icon in the field of twentieth-century photography, is best known as the master of the humanistic photographic essay. Smith's most expressive and frequently reproduced images... More
     
Gerard H. Gaskin: Legendary. Gerard H. Gaskin
Legendary
"Gerard H. Gaskin's radiant color and black-and-white photographs take us inside the culture of house balls, underground events where gay and transgender men and women... More
  Sarah Jones: Sarah Jones. Sarah Jones
Sarah Jones
"The photographs of Sarah Jones address established pictorial genres and our associated expectations by paring back space, subject and gesture. This book... More
     
SÃo Trindade: Bad liver and a Broken Heart. SÃo Trindade
Bad liver and a Broken Heart
"The origin of this work of self-fiction can be found in one of São Trindade's sketchbooks. This work is entirely devoted to the subject of loss and decadence... More
  AntÓnio JÚlio Duarte: The Candidate. AntÓnio JÚlio Duarte
The Candidate
"Macau was the last remaining European colony in China when the Portuguese transferred back the Sovereignty over Macau to China on the 20th of December 1999... More
     
George Tice: Seldom Seen. George Tice
Seldom Seen
"Brilliant Graphics and Brilliant Studio are pleased to announce the opening of our new publishing division-Brilliant Press.

With the launch of the new division...
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  Jonah Samson: Another Happy Day. Jonah Samson
Another Happy Day
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Andreas Muller-Pohle: European Photography No. 93. Andreas Muller-Pohle
European Photography No. 93
"European Photography 93 featuring exciting works by nine contemporary artists: Frank Herfort, Marcus Koppen, Stephanie Potter Corwin, Eva Stenram, Alain Delorme, Diego Ehlers Fabro... More
  Annabelle FÜrstenau: WP#12 Blütenstände. Annabelle FÜrstenau
WP#12 Blütenstände
"What looks like water-color on first sight actually is photography in the purest way. Single “portraits" of florescences, meticulously arranged on a lightning table, reproduced by camera... More
     
Jochen Manz: WP#03 23 Bankers. Jochen Manz
WP#03 23 Bankers
"The 23 Bankers book is a wordless artist statement upon the "so called" Banking Crisis. 23 Bankers is part of the exhibition and publication "Various Small Books" by Gogosian and MIT... More
  Thilde Jensen: The Canaries. Thilde Jensen
The Canaries
"In 2003 a sudden development of severe Environmental Illness forced Thilde Jensen to leave her life in New York City. The ensuing years were a lesson in basic survival... More
     
Toshio Shibata: Contacts. Toshio Shibata
Contacts
""For over three decades Toshio Shibata has been traveling across both his native Japan and the United States... More
  David J. Carol: "Where David J. Carol
"Where's the Monkey?'
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Lieko Shiga: Rasen Kaigan / Album. Lieko Shiga
Rasen Kaigan / Album
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Selected as a Book of the Week by Klara Källström

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  Brian Griffin: The Black Kingdom. Brian Griffin
The Black Kingdom
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Henry Wessel: Incidents. Henry Wessel
Incidents
"In 2012 Wessel assembled INCIDENTS, a book of 27 previously unpublished photographs. Decisive and succinct, each incident is laid down with the aesthetic immediacy of a snapshot... More
  Christophe Agou: Les Faits Secondaires. Christophe Agou
Les Faits Secondaires
""In the first chapter of Genesis light is the first thing created. And in these photos of yours it is as if that original light comes to acknowledge,

to touch, to nod towards...
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Misha Pedan: The End of La Belle Époque. Misha Pedan
The End of La Belle Époque
"The pictures collected in this book were made between 1986 and 1989, at the very end of the era of socialism. The fall of the Soviet regime, according to one perspective... More
  Simon Roberts: Pierdom. Simon Roberts
Pierdom
"Simon Roberts has travelled the coastline of Britain to create a comprehensive and fascinating photographic record of the country's remaining pleasure piers... More
     
Mitch Epstein: New York Arbor. Mitch Epstein
New York Arbor
"Mitch Epstein's new work is a series of photographs of the idiosyncratic trees that inhabit New York City... More
  Dayanita Singh: File Room. Dayanita Singh
File Room
"Dayanita Singh's photos of archives and their custodians across India examine how memory is made and how history is narrated. These images bring to light the paradox of archives... More
     
Carlos Loret De Mola: Rivington. Carlos Loret De Mola
Rivington
"A photozine by Carlos Loret de Mola relating an ambiguous encounter of a woman and a man in the city. Printed and bound in a numbered edition of 100... More
  Per-Anders Pettersson: Rainbow Transit. Per-Anders Pettersson
Rainbow Transit
"From the ashes of a repressive, segregated, and racist state, a multi-racial nation miraculously emerged, one of the greatest success stories of the African continent. And so began Per... More
     
Francesco Zanot: Ping-Pong Conversations. Francesco Zanot
Ping-Pong Conversations
"Storytelling and the use of color and black and white, staged and candid approaches... More
  Sublerreamer: Lines, Marks, and Drawings. Sublerreamer
Lines, Marks, and Drawings
"From distinctive portraits and complex photographic tableaux to YouTube sensations, the work of prominent African photographer Roger Ballen is given a fresh perspective in this volume... More
     
Jan Kempenaers: I Jan Kempenaers
I'm Not Tailgating, I'm Drafting
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  Marnix Goossens: Yonder. Marnix Goossens
Yonder
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Yoshihiko Ueda: Materia. Yoshihiko Ueda
Materia
"One of the most recent series produced by the celebrated Japanese photographer, ‘Materia’ presents images of trees and vegetation on the island of Yakushima, which forms part of Kirishima... More
  Christer Stromholm: Les Amies De Place Blanche. Christer Stromholm
Les Amies De Place Blanche
"First published in 1983, ‘Les Amies de Place Blanche’ lends an intimate, dignified and confronting portrait of male prostitutes... More
     
Britt Salvesen: New Topographics. Britt Salvesen
New Topographics
"Now in its second printing.

The New Topographics: Photographs of a Man-Altered Landscape was one of those rare exhibitions that permanently alters how an art form is perceived...
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  JosÉ Ortiz EchagÜe: North of Africa. JosÉ Ortiz EchagÜe
North of Africa
"This largely previously unpublished series from one of Spain’s greatest masters of photography, José Ortiz Echagüe (1886–1980), focuses on North African street scenes... More
     
Yuriko Takagi: Sei. Yuriko Takagi
Sei
"This lusciously produced volume examines the multiple meanings deriving from a single word... More
  Elad Lassry: Elad Lassry. Elad Lassry
Elad Lassry
"Over the past few years, through photographs, films and sculpture, as well as interventions in the gallery space, Los Angeles... More
     
Edwar Weston & Harry Callahan: He, She, It. Edwar Weston & Harry Callahan
He, She, It
"This book compares the portrait photographs of two American masters, Harry Callahan (1912–1999) and Edward Weston (1886–1958), examining how their images combine desire and affection... More
  Jochen Lempert: Phenotype. Jochen Lempert
Phenotype
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David Robinson: The Mushroom Picker. David Robinson
The Mushroom Picker
"The Mushroom Picker tells the tale of a mushroom character named Penny Bun who evades The Mushroom Picker’s annual autumn harvest. Illustrated with “luminograms” photographs... More
  Philip-Lorca Dicorcia: Philip-Lorca diCorcia. Philip-Lorca Dicorcia
Philip-Lorca diCorcia
"The photography of Philip-Lorca diCorcia achieves a marvelous balance of artifice and the everyday. Over the past three decades, diCorcia has developed a unique and influential style... More
     
Sophie Calle: Ghosts. Sophie Calle
Ghosts
"Ghosts deals with important art objects which have been misplaced, damaged, stolen or have otherwise disappeared from public view. In the 1980s and 90s... More
  Adam Panczuk: Karczeby. Adam Panczuk
Karczeby
Adam Panczuk delivers a fascinating documentation of farmers in Eastern Poland in Karczeby. The polish word Karczeb describes a farmer deeply rooted in his cultivated land... More
     
Martin Parr: Black Country Women. Martin Parr
Black Country Women
"'Black Country Women' follows the format and design of the traditional women's magazine; but with a twist! Margaret Drabble has written the three short story features and Martin Parr... More
  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
 

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