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Adam Bartos: Boulevard. Adam Bartos
Boulevard
Essayist Geoff Dyer attempts to assay Adam Bartos’s resolutely mute photographs of street scenes in Los Angeles and Paris by referring to descriptive “antinomies” distinguishing the two cities—walk More
  Sharon Harper: From Above and Below. Sharon Harper
From Above and Below
"From Above and Below features ten years of Sharon Harper’s conceptual photographs and video stills exploring perception, technology and the night sky. Her experimental images of the moon... More
     
Joel-Peter Witkin: Joel-Peter Witkin. Joel-Peter Witkin
Joel-Peter Witkin
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  Beata Szparagowska: Hide & Seek. Beata Szparagowska
Hide & Seek
"Addressing the relationship between the photographic subject and performance, and by extension, the presentation of realities as produced representations... More
     
Erik Van Der Weijde: This Is Not My Wife. Erik Van Der Weijde
This Is Not My Wife
"“This book deals with changes of relationships in the photographs; the shifting from wife to model, from husband to photographer... More
  Rob Hornstra: Life Here Is Serious. Rob Hornstra
Life Here Is Serious
"In Life here is serious we describe the North Caucasus' most popular national sport, wrestling. Every town and village has a wrestling school. North Caucasians always win medals at the Olympics... More
     
Marisa Portolese: Antonia Marisa Portolese
Antonia's Garden / Le Jardin d'Antonia
"“ She has always been brilliant in her juxtaposing of the figure with a landscape... and with operatic precision, (she is) eÅ ectively pulling us inside her scenarios and making us believe in them... More
  Gloria Baker Feinstein: Among the Ashes. Gloria Baker Feinstein
Among the Ashes
"The publication of this catalogue coincides with the inaugural exhibition of the concentration camp series, which will open at The Photography Room, Grand Rapids, Michigan, on January 30, 2004... More
     
Dona Schwartz: In the Kitchen. Dona Schwartz
In the Kitchen
"In the Kitchen explores family life, youth culture, and coming of age. It encompasses the angst of being a teenager, the difficulties faced by a patch­work family... More
  Gloria Baker Feinstein: Kutuuka. Gloria Baker Feinstein
Kutuuka
"Kutuuka is a collection of photographs, drawings and dreams by Gloria Baker Feinstein and the children at St. Mary Kevin Orphanage Motherhood in Kajjansi, Uganda... More
     
Jeff Rich: Watershed. Jeff Rich
Watershed
"Because they help us cross over a river without seeing it, the soaring railroad trestles and highway bridges in Watershed act as symbols of our tendency to blank out natural phenomena... More
  Nicola Dill: Sea Etchings. Nicola Dill
Sea Etchings
"This gorgeous, limited edition artist's book by Nicola Dill is a 48-page "installation" of the artist's elegant and meditative photographs of surf grasses. Unstaged and recorded in-camera... More
     
Kurt Tong: In Case It Rains in Heaven. Kurt Tong
In Case It Rains in Heaven
"Traditionally, the Chinese burn Joss paper (ghost money) for their ancestors so that they can enjoy their afterlives. Over the years, houses... More
  Candace Plummer Gaudiani: Between Destinations. Candace Plummer Gaudiani
Between Destinations
"LensCulture says »...the worlds that pass before our eyes (in nostalgic black-and-white) could be right out of a Jack Kerouac novel.«

By the age of twelve...
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Beth Lilly: The Oracle @ Wifi. Beth Lilly
The Oracle @ Wifi
"»What could an artist do with a cell phone camera?« This is the question artist Beth Lilly asked herself and her answer became an ongoing participatory art project. Loosely modeled on divination... More
  Damion Berger: In the Deep End. Damion Berger
In the Deep End
"With his In The Deep End series, Damion Berger makes use of photography’s ability to de-contextualize the familiar and create visual narratives... More
     
Stefan Heyn: Speak to Me. Stefan Heyn
Speak to Me
"Countering the Becher School’s emphasis on crisp execution, German photographer Stefan Heyne (born 1965) embraces more fugitive effects of shadow play and hazy light... More
  Norihisa Hosaka: Burning Chrome. Norihisa Hosaka
Burning Chrome
"I usually take city landscape photographs by using HDRI (high dymanic range image) technique expressing brilliant light all over Tokyo like Shinjuku, Shibuya and Akihabara etc... More
     
Lewis Chaplin: Sourcebook. Lewis Chaplin
Sourcebook
"Sourcebook presents the detritus and collected imagery of a year of contemplation, frustration and ambivalence with the nature of photography... More
  Thomas Mailaender: Cathedral Cars. Thomas Mailaender
Cathedral Cars
"“Cathedral cars” is a generic term invented by dockers at the port of Marseilles to designate the vehicles that cross over the Mediterranean from Marseilles to North Africa by ship... More
 

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