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Marco Delogu: The Nature of the Night. Marco Delogu
The Nature of the Night
"In his text Francesco Zanot writes: “Photographing the night means freeing ourselves from two prejudices... More
  Maxwell Anderson: Work in Progress. Maxwell Anderson
Work in Progress
"Made as a sketch book especially for the C/O Berlin Book Days 2012 event, Work In Progress presents a collection of different series of photographs from Maxwell Anderson... More
     
Nicholas Muellner: Mountain Shadow Place. Nicholas Muellner
Mountain Shadow Place
"A tent, a tower, a fog, a dog, three roads, some photographs, two parking lots and a buffalo. Mountain Shadow Place is a story around and about pictures, augmented by hand... More
  Paolo Ventura: Lo Zuavo Scomparso. Paolo Ventura
Lo Zuavo Scomparso
"Paolo Ventura comes to Rome in the guise of a vanishing Zouave, trailblazer for his views of the city. For Ventura, the city is a two-hundred-year-old milieu through which he walks... More
     
Rob Hornstra: Kiev. Rob Hornstra
Kiev
"Sketchbook Series # 03 -The Sochi Project’s third Sketchbook depicts Sochi in the summer as well as being an ode to analogue photography. In the summer of 2011, Rob fell in love with a 40-year... More
  Ari Marcopoulos: Out to Lunch. Ari Marcopoulos
Out to Lunch
"PPP Editions is pleased to announce the forthcoming book Out To Lunch, a signed and numbered, limited edition by Ari Marcopoulos. An index of sorts... More
     
Martin Parr: Up and Down Peachtree. Martin Parr
Up and Down Peachtree
"In this volume, which accompanies a massive exhibition scheduled for July 2012 at the High Museum of Art of Atlanta, Martin Parr explores his fascination with concepts such as leisure, consumption... More
  Margaret Stratton: The Living and the Dead. Margaret Stratton
The Living and the Dead
"Snaking beneath the streets and crumbling churches of Naples is a vast system of ancient catacombs and aqueducts... More
     
Tiane Doan Na Champassak: The Father of Pop Dance. Tiane Doan Na Champassak
The Father of Pop Dance
"The book is a reproduction of a photo album that shows my father dancing in a Los Angeles photo studio in 1967.

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  Wang Qingsong: History of Monuments. Wang Qingsong
History of Monuments
"History Of Monuments is an accordion fold book that can be read on both sides and measures 8,40m in length when fully opened... More
     
Jonathan Hollingsworth: Left Behind. Jonathan Hollingsworth
Left Behind
"Every year since 2001 no less than 150 sets of the decomposed or skeletal remains of people crossing into the US from Mexico have been discovered in remote areas of Arizona’s Sonoran Desert... More
  Henry Horenstein: Honky Tonk. Henry Horenstein
Honky Tonk
"Newly expanded to include work from recent years, Honky Tonk is as evocative and irresistible as the music itself... More
     
John Gossage: She Called Me by Name. John Gossage
She Called Me by Name
"Portraits of the adolescent artist, is the subject of this unlikely new book from John Gossage. Well known for his attention to the edges of the urban landscape... More
  Michael Abrams: Welcome to Springfield. Michael Abrams
Welcome to Springfield
"This second book from Michael Abrams continues his exploration of vernacular images and their power to access our latent memory. Lifted from their origins in family albums... More
     
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
  Chris Rainier: Ancient Marks. Chris Rainier
Ancient Marks
In Ancient Marks, Rainier brings a long-term, obsessive project to fruition. The rituals and significance of tattoos and scarring is the subject of this major monograph... More
     
John Gossage: The Thirty-Two Inch Ruler / Map Of Babylon. John Gossage
The Thirty-Two Inch Ruler / Map Of Babylon
"John Gossage, the renowned American photographer and photography book-maker, presents two companion volumes and his first ever books in color. Engaged in a dance... More
  Adam Bartos: Darkroom. Adam Bartos
Darkroom
"Darkroom charts the physical and psychic terrain of photographic printing rooms while conveying their transition from the realm of pure functionality into historical artifact... More
     
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
 

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