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Kate Nolan: Neither. Kate Nolan
Neither
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Neither is an exploration into the dreams and fears of young women in Kaliningrad – an isolated Russian enclave on the Baltic Sea – through image and text... More

  Michael Wolf: Hong Kong Informal Seating Arrangements. Michael Wolf
Hong Kong Informal Seating Arrangements
"Sitting, people do already for a long time. Therefore chairs have been manufactured ever since. In Hong Kong many of them end up on the street. Plastic chairs, wicker chairs, armchairs, stools... More
     
: Topographies.
Topographies
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For several years Monica Ursina Jäger has been drawing built and natural landscapes inspired by Modernist-style architecture. Her precise works... More

  D D'Agata, Antoine
Noia
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Soft cover with custom case. Limited edition of 500.

Sao Paulo and Salvador de Bahia crack houses. September/october 2008... More

     
: Fukushima.
Fukushima
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"The void surrounds me and eats my belly. Through the clear glass of the car window, everything is grey: slow descent into a warm and acrid cell nucleus... More

  : Karaoke Sunne.
Karaoke Sunne
"Karaoke Sunne details the karaoke culture through the lens of one location, Pizzeria City. Engstrom captures the faces, fashions and joys of this eclectic subculture of people... More
     
Latoya Ruby Frazier: The Notion of Family. Latoya Ruby Frazier
The Notion of Family
"In this, her first book, LaToya Ruby Frazier (born 1982) offers an incisive exploration of the legacy of racism and economic decline in America's small towns, as embodied by Braddock, Pennsylvania... More
  Donovan Wylie
The Tower Series
"Donovan Wylie's The Tower Series, now available as a complete set in a custom cardboard box, reveals the repetitive character of military conflict across diverse geographies and histories... More
     
Kai-Uwe Gundlach: WP#1o Edo. Kai-Uwe Gundlach
WP#1o Edo
"The title Kanji was created in old Edo-style by well-known calligrapher Rie Wada and put on the title by hand with changing mixtures of natural pigments, so each of the 500 books is unique... More
  Eckstein, Dan: Horn Please. The Decorated Trucks of India. Eckstein, Dan
Horn Please. The Decorated Trucks of India
"“Horn Please” could be considered the mantra of the Indian highway, and some version of the phrase is written on the back of practically every truck on the road in India today... More
     
Martina Hoogland Ivanow: Speedway. Martina Hoogland Ivanow
Speedway
"In the frozen dead of night a group of speedway riders circles a dirt track. Gathered under the racetrack lights in an almost ceremonial fashion... More
  : Forest Hills.
Forest Hills
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Selected as one of the  More
     
: Forest Hills.
Forest Hills
"Printed in an edition of 500 with 2 cover versions Forest Hills is a book that follows the 20th century history of tennis and art... More
  Alexandra Lethbridge: The Meteorite Hunter. Alexandra Lethbridge
The Meteorite Hunter
"The Meteorite Hunter is an archive of a search for meteorites and the places they come from. The work is based on the impulse to search for the ‘other’ within the everyday... More
     
Curtis Hamilton: Tar Beach Blind. Curtis Hamilton
Tar Beach Blind
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Picked as Book of the Week by ... More

  Regula Bochsler: The Rendering Eye. Regula Bochsler
The Rendering Eye
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Selected as a Book of the Week by Andreas Trogisch

The Rendering Eye shows 3...
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Lara Shipley & Antone Dolezal: Spook Light Chronicles Vol. 3. Lara Shipley & Antone Dolezal
Spook Light Chronicles Vol. 3
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In SLC vol. 3 – we always lie to strangers &ndash... More

  : Anna et Salomé.
Anna et Salomé
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Picked as Book of the Week by ... More

     
Christof Nussli: Miklós Klaus Rózsa. Christof Nussli
Miklós Klaus Rózsa
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Selected as one of the  More
  : TSUGARU: Poetry, Writings, Photography.
TSUGARU: Poetry, Writings, Photography
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Selected as Book of the Week by Yumi Goto

Aomori scenes... More

     
Miyako Ishiuchi: From Hiroshima. Miyako Ishiuchi
From Hiroshima
"Born in Japan in 1947, Ishiuchi Miyako hadn’t visited Hiroshima until 2007, when she accepted a commission from Yamamoto Junji, the editor of Shuiesha publishing company... More
 
 

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