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Sternbach, Joni: Surf Site Tin Type. Sternbach, Joni
Surf Site Tin Type
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Surf Site Tin Type is an homage to a sport, a way of life, and a tribute to the people who practice it. Over the past decade Brooklyn... More

  Kruithof, Anouk: The Bungalow (OMP). Kruithof, Anouk
The Bungalow (OMP)
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Picked as Book of the Week by Adam Bell

Immersed in collector Brad Feuerhelm&rsquo... More

     
: Proverbs.
Proverbs
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Picked as Book of the Week by Jason Langer

Gregori Maiofis&rsquo... More

  Dayanita Singh: Museum of Chance. Dayanita Singh
Museum of Chance
"Dayanita Singh's Museum of Chance is a book about how life unfolds, and asks to be recorded and edited, along and off the axis of time... More
     
Siruela, Jacobo: Small Things in Silence. Siruela, Jacobo
Small Things in Silence
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Japanese photographer Masao Yamamoto (born 1957) trained as an oil painter before discovering that photography was the ideal medium for the theme that most interested him... More

  Jimenez, David: Versus. Jimenez, David
Versus
"Versus, a two-volume edition, is the culmination of ten years of detailed work by Spanish photographer David Jiménez (born 1970). His minimalist, black-and-white images of everyday objects... More
     
Rulfo, Juan: Juan Rulfo. En Los Ferrocarriles. Rulfo, Juan
Juan Rulfo. En Los Ferrocarriles
"Mexican writer and photographer Juan Rulfo (1917-86) is best known for his photographs of Mexican architecture, landscapes and rural communities... More
  Okri, Ben: Kin. Okri, Ben
Kin
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Pieter Hugo (born 1976) has garnered critical acclaim for his series of portraits and landscapes, each of which explores a facet of his native South Africa and neighboring African countries... More

     
: Sometimes Rivers Flow Backwards - Gatefold Edition.
Sometimes Rivers Flow Backwards - Gatefold Edition
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The deluxe gatefold edition of "Sometimes Rivers Flow Backwards" is limited to twenty-five copies and includes reproductions of twelve tintype photographs... More

  : A Rabbit Runs In A Circle.
A Rabbit Runs In A Circle
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"These photographs were made over the course of two terms in Cortona, Italy as part of the University of Georgia’s study abroad program. This side is from my first trip as a student... More

     
: i found it when i stopped looking.
i found it when i stopped looking
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"i found it when i stopped looking" is a sixteen page, hard bound, handmade 4" x 5” pamphlet book... More

  : When I Was Six.
When I Was Six
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Picked as Book of the Week by Melanie McWhorter. Read her statement on photo-eye Blog... More

     
: R+R (Rest + Relaxation).
R+R (Rest + Relaxation)
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  : A Grand Polyphony.
A Grand Polyphony
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Capture Okinawa, surpass “Okinawa”. The vibrant chaos of a new generation... More

     
: okinawan portraits 2010-2012.
okinawan portraits 2010-2012
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"I felt jealous of  Ryuichi Ishikawa for an instant"  —Daido Moriyama 

First...
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  : A Thread of Red.
A Thread of Red
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The work Thread of Red by Junko Yonezawa won Grand Prix at 12th Visual Arts Photo Award. This award is run by Visual Arts College, and the winner can publish a book as a prize. Since 2012... More

     
: Night Lights.
Night Lights
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This book is a reprint of Night Lights, originally published in 2000 (self-published)... More

  : Morphology.
Morphology
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A photography book that manages to capture the likeness of stars being born to form a galaxy, of plants eroding a vacant land, of the sensation of distance when we look intently while touching... More

     
: Nude Animal Cigar.
Nude Animal Cigar
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Paul Kooiker is among the most interesting conceptual photographers currently working in the Netherlands. Although his work consists of photographic images... More

  : Endangered.
Endangered
"By capturing threatened animal species in ice, photographer Erik Hijweege creates confusion. The images set his audience thinking. Is this animal encased in ice the last of its kind... More
     
Martino Marangoni: Alone Together. Martino Marangoni
Alone Together
"When taking photographs Marangoni avoids eye contact to capture the private inner expressions of individuals as they move/live in today’s often unfriendly public places... More
  : Mise Au Jour.
Mise Au Jour
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Published by Van Zoetendaal, this special collection of photographs by Dutch documentary filmmaker, author... More

     
: Father Figure: Exploring Alternate Notions of Black Fatherhood.
Father Figure: Exploring Alternate Notions of Black Fatherhood
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Lee’s monograph is at once documentary photography and personal visual storytelling. Through intimate black-and-white frames, Father Figure provides insight into often... More

  : Between Screens.
Between Screens
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Selected as one of the  More
     
: One Mahogany Left Standing.
One Mahogany Left Standing
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"Carol’s imagery is intimate and ghostly – details in her work relay the deep bonds she forged with Nahá families over different periods of time... More

  : Amc2 journal Issue 10. LagosPhoto 2014.
Amc2 journal Issue 10. LagosPhoto 2014
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Issue 10 of AMC2 is published to coincide with LagosPhoto 2014 and draws on three contrasting Africa-related collections from the Archive of Modern Conflict:

Nigeria's &lsquo...
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: Tokyo 1961 (Booklet Edition).
Tokyo 1961 (Booklet Edition)
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This softcover "booklet" contains 24 pages with images from the larger hardcover edition. The booklet edition is a collectable sampling of Klein'... More

  : Rules of the Road.
Rules of the Road
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"In the Fall of 2014 the world witnessed with confusion, how, headed by the ambitious adventurer Putin, fraternal Russia invaded the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea. ... More

     
Phillip Toledano: The Reluctant Father. Phillip Toledano
The Reluctant Father
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Selected as one of the  More
  Christina Capetillo: An Everchanging Monument. Christina Capetillo
An Everchanging Monument
"An Everchanging Monument, 2012, portrays the paradoxical meeting between a nature-bound metamorphosis and a memorial rooted in culture - The Musical Gardens, a place both ephemeral and eternal... More
     
: passage.
passage
"passage is John Ciamillo's first book, the work is a collection of intimate portraits photographed on his travels to Europe and at his home in New York... More
  : Camera Era.
Camera Era
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This pocket sized, limited edition book, by collector Barbara Levine and graphic designer, Martin Venezky is a meditation on the camera and its complicated hold on our lives... More

     
: Amc2 journal Issue 11: A Guide for the Protection of the Public in Peacetime.
Amc2 journal Issue 11: A Guide for the Protection of the Public in Peacetime
"Published to accompany Archive of Modern Conflict's contribution to the exhibition Conflict, Time, Photography at Tate Modern, London... More
  Robert Frank: In America. Robert Frank
In America
"Because of the importance of Robert Frank's The Americans; because he turned to filmmaking in 1959, the same year the book appeared in the United States... More
     
Andy Freeberg: Art Fare. Andy Freeberg
Art Fare
"Sojourn Books is proud to announce the debut of its first title, Art Fare, a new book of photographs by Andy Freeberg. This monograph will be released April 10, 2014... More
  Tim Smyth: The Al-assad Campaign, Damascus 2008. Tim Smyth
The Al-assad Campaign, Damascus 2008
"This newsprint publication is another demonstration of Tim Smyth's ability to perfectly balance visual entertainment with underlying political and conceptual integrity... More
     
Seth Lower: The Sun Shone Glaringly. Seth Lower
The Sun Shone Glaringly
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Selected as one of the  More
  Ryan Thompson: Bad Luck, Hot Rocks: Toward a Geologic Conscience. Ryan Thompson
Bad Luck, Hot Rocks: Toward a Geologic Conscience
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The Petrified Forest National Park in Northeast Arizona protects one of the largest deposits of petrified wood in the world. Despite stern warnings... More

     
Olivo Barbieri: Alps Geography and People. Olivo Barbieri
Alps Geography and People
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Italian photographer Olivio Barbieri is known for his use of tilt-shift lens photography... More

  : System.
System
"Jens Liebchen presents a series of arresting beauty and serenity, images that are at once magical and profound. The snow... More
     
Julian Germain: For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness. Julian Germain
For Every Minute You Are Angry You Lose Sixty Seconds of Happiness
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For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness was first published in 2005, selling out soon after its release; Germain&rsquo... More

  : Sunny.
Sunny
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Sunlight’s subtle manifestations, both indoors and outside, are the subject of this photobook by Berlin-based artist Dagmar Kolatschny... More

     
Tiane Doan Na Champassak: Kolkata. Tiane Doan Na Champassak
Kolkata
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« August, 1943. Night is falling on Calcutta, silencing its flocks of ravens, but wakening another kind of life – a feverish, hidden one : in the Maidan... 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
     
Lina Hashim: Unlawful Meetings. Lina Hashim
Unlawful Meetings
"Like any of the major religions, Islam seeks to regulate sexual relationships between members of their society through moral codes. As laid down in the Quran... More
  Christopher Williams: Printed in Germany. Christopher Williams
Printed in Germany
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Over the course of his 35-year career, Christopher Williams (born 1956) has produced photographs that engage the conventions of photojournalism, picture archives and commercial imagery... More

     
Jeff Wall: Tableaux Pictures. Jeff Wall
Tableaux Pictures
"Jeff Wall (born 1946) is both one of the most innovative and classic photographers of his generation. He became well known in the 1970s for his large-format transparencies... More
  An-My LÊ: Events Ashore. An-My LÊ
Events Ashore
"An-My Lê's first publication, Small Wars, brought together three bodies of black-and-white work (Vietnam, Small Wars and 29 Palms)... More
     
Ed Templeton: Wayward Cognitions. Ed Templeton
Wayward Cognitions
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Wayward Cognitions is a collection of photographs by Ed Templeton (born 1972), chosen from his archives spanning 20 years. For this volume... More

  Yuriko Takagi: Sei. Yuriko Takagi
Sei
"This lusciously produced volume examines the multiple meanings deriving from a single word... More
     
Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment. Henri Cartier-Bresson
The Decisive Moment
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Now in its second printing. Due in the US in fall 2015.

The Decisive Moment originally titled Images à la Sauvette... More

  : Self-Publish Be Happy (SPBH) Book Club Vol. VII.
Self-Publish Be Happy (SPBH) Book Club Vol. VII
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Selected as Book of the Week by Rémi Faucheux

SPBH Book Club Vol... More

     
: Lu Xiaoben.
Lu Xiaoben
"Since Ruben Lundgren moved to Beijing in 2007 people have made comments about his height (which is 2 metres exactly)... More
  : aaaaaaaao~.
aaaaaaaao~
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During the 2011 Chinese New Year, the song Disturbed, performed by Gong Linna, went viral on the Internet. Her resonant voice modulation... More

 

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