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Myra Greene: My White Friends. Myra Greene
My White Friends
"»My White Friends« extends Myra Greene’s 10-year exploration into photography’s description of race. Images initially read as benign portraits of a cross section of white American life... More
  Simone Kappeler: Darkened Days. Simone Kappeler
Darkened Days
"Published on the occasion of the Simone Kappeler exhibition, Darkened Days, at the Douglas Hyde Gallery, April 12 - May 22, 2013. Includes text, Darkened Days, by John Hutchinson... More
     
Andy Mattern: Driven Snow. Andy Mattern
Driven Snow
"Driven Snow is a collection of photographs depicting formations of grit and snow that accumulate on cars in the Minnesota winter... More
  Gregoire Eloy: A Black Matter. Gregoire Eloy
A Black Matter
"«What do we really know when we are looking at the stars? It is like reading a detective story following Grégoire Eloy tracking what's going on in the corridors of astrophysics... More
     
Katharina Bosse: A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Mother. Katharina Bosse
A Portrait of the Artist As a Young Mother
"There are few comments, few representations of what being a mother is today. Oddly enough, this basic passage, fundamental and founding... More
  Elisabeth Tonnard: The Man of the Crowd. Elisabeth Tonnard
The Man of the Crowd
"This book connects Edgar Allan Poe's story 'The Man of the Crowd' to an occurrence photographed in a Parisian street. The main part of the work is a series of 56 photographs... More
     
Tony Fouhse: Live Through This. Tony Fouhse
Live Through This
"Live Through This" tells the story of drug addict Stephanie MacDonald's struggle to get clean. Typically a topic for documentary photographers pursuing reportage through candid shots... More
  Guy Archard: Almost. Guy Archard
Almost
"Archard's first book, 'almost', is an enigmatic exploration of beauty and decay both in the physical and metaphysical form... More
     
Andrea Camuto: Terrain of Loss. Andrea Camuto
Terrain of Loss
""Andrea Camuto's beautiful, haunting photographs chronicle the struggles of Afghan refugees, particularly women, as they search for home in their war-scarred homeland... More
  Louviere + Vanessa: Coincidence. Louviere + Vanessa
Coincidence
"The first publication of Louviere + Vanessa, coinciding with a ten year survey of their art at the Polk Museum of Art. The book showcases sketches... More
     
Jeff Liao: Coney Island. Jeff Liao
Coney Island
"Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao, born in Taiwan and based in New York, is well-known for his large... More
  Marco Van Duyvendijk: Love Doll Factory. Marco Van Duyvendijk
Love Doll Factory
"In early 2012 photographers Marco van Duyvendijk and Xiaoxiao Xu visited the Ya Mei Plastic Factory. This small factory, in Zhejiang province, China, produce love dolls... More
     
Jeff Liao: Coney Island. Jeff Liao
Coney Island
"Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao, born in Taiwan and based in New York, is well-known for his large... More
  Sipke Visser: Return to Sender. Sipke Visser
Return to Sender
"Between 2008 and 2010 London based photographer Sipke Visser sent 500 handwritten letters to random addresses all over the United Kingdom... More
     
Asger Carlsen: Hester. Asger Carlsen
Hester
"Following the phenomenal success of “Wrong”, what could possibly topple the notion of truth and further question the photographic medium with all its tongue in cheek gusto and humorous horror... More
  Jonnie Craig: Jonnie Craig. Jonnie Craig
Jonnie Craig
""When I first became aware of Jonnie Craig's work I was shocked. His photos were blurred, fogged, and from a traditional stance, everything that could be wrong with them was... More
     
Zhu Mo: Zine Collection N°3 Zhu Mo. Zhu Mo
Zine Collection N°3 Zhu Mo
Zine Collection No. 3, published by Editions Bessard, turns to photographer Zhu Mo, who attempted to record as many moments as possible for 796 days... More
  Asger Carlsen: Hester. Asger Carlsen
Hester
"Following the phenomenal success of “Wrong”, what could possibly topple the notion of truth and further question the photographic medium with all its tongue in cheek gusto and humorous horror... More
     
Rob Hornstra: The Secret History of Khava Gaisanova. Rob Hornstra
The Secret History of Khava Gaisanova
"Khava Gaisanova lives in Chermen, a village in the heart of the North Caucasus. In 2007 her husband disappeared, like so many men in the North Caucasus disappear without a trace – kidnapped... More
  Joan Myers: The Jungle at the Door. Joan Myers
The Jungle at the Door
"Like millions of other children worldwide, Joan Myers was inspired at an early age by Rudyard Kipling's stories and books about the jungles of India. And, so... More
 

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