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Richard Renaldi: Touching Strangers. Richard Renaldi
Touching Strangers
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Selected as a Book of the Week by Melanie McWhorter

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  Bruce Gilden: A Complete Examination of Middlesex. Bruce Gilden
A Complete Examination of Middlesex
""I'm known for taking pictures very close, and the older I get, the closer I get." Bruce Gilden

In 2011, New York...
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Michael J. Benari: Shoah. Michael J. Benari
Shoah
"On his visit to Berlin in 2012, Michael Benari photographed Berlin’s holocaust memorial in a way that is highly personal and expressive. Working with afternoon light and 35mm film... More
  V.D.: Some Windy Trees. V.D.
Some Windy Trees
"Limited edition of 500 copies with unique back cover titled, signed and numbered by V.D. with his red marker NB : Some crazy copies are coming with a red scribble !... More
     
Fred Cray: Changing the Guard. Fred Cray
Changing the Guard
"Changing the Guard is the second volume and a counterpoint to the overview first volume of the Unique Photographs project... More
  Marco Van Duyvendijk: Riko. Marco Van Duyvendijk
Riko
"‘Riko is a book about a Japanese Butoh dancer I met in Kyoto. Butoh is an avant-garde dance form that combines dance, theatre and improvisation... More
     
Mike Slack: High Tide. Mike Slack
High Tide
"First published in 2006 in a limited run of 75 copies, Los Angeles photographer Mike Slack’s High Tide has now been issued in this expanded edition. It collects a series of Polaroid close... More
  Lucas Foglia: Frontcountry. Lucas Foglia
Frontcountry
"Between 2006 and 2013, Lucas Foglia traveled throughout rural Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Wyoming, some of the least populated regions in the United States... More
     
Fred Cray: Changing the Guard. Fred Cray
Changing the Guard
"Changing the Guard is the second volume and a counterpoint to the overview first volume of the Unique Photographs project... More
  Osamu James Nakagawa: Gama Caves. Osamu James Nakagawa
Gama Caves
"How does one take photographs in the dark? And what then, emerges from the darkness? Osamu James Nakagawa's project GAMA... More
     
MacIek Nabrdalik: The Irreversible. MacIek Nabrdalik
The Irreversible
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  Anais Lopez: In the Beginning No Bird Sang. Anais Lopez
In the Beginning No Bird Sang
"The work of Amsterdam-based visual artist and documentary photographer Anaïs López investigates how people live in the city. López is fascinated with the dynamic between the human and urban scales... More
     
Daniel Reuter: History of the Visit. Daniel Reuter
History of the Visit
"The minimalistic aesthetics of this book remind me of a sophisticated piece of electronic music. It´s not the rhythm or the melody that drives the piece forward... More
  Ekaterina Anokhina: 25 Weeks of Winter. Ekaterina Anokhina
25 Weeks of Winter
"In this series of seemingly unrelated images, photographer Ekaterina Anokhina allows her audience to piece together a visual narrative while flipping through a pocket-sized, very personal album... 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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  Jerry Uelsmann: All 4 You! Jerry Uelsmann
All 4 You!
"Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor, the masters of surreal photography to hold their second exhibition in The Museum of Photography, Seoul... More
     
David J. Carol: "Where David J. Carol
"Where's the Monkey?'
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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
     
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
  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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