Friday, July 11, 2014
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Photographs by Danny Lyon.
Aperture, 2014. 94 pp., 48 duotone illustrations, 6x9"
First published in 1968, and now back in print for the first time in ten years, The Bikeriders explores firsthand the stories and personalities of the Chicago Outlaws Motorcycle Club. This journal-size volume features original black-and-white photographs and transcribed interviews by Lyon, made from 1963 to 1967, when he was a member of the Outlaws gang. Authentic, personal and uncompromising, Lyon’s depiction of individuals on the outskirts of society offers a gritty yet humane perspective that subverts more commercialized treatments of Americana. ... Buy NOW or Read more
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Double Life.

Photographs by Kelli Connell. Text by Susan Bright. Interview by Dawoud Bey.

Early American.

Photographs by Sharon Core. Text by Brian Sholis.

May the Road Rise to Meet You.

Photographs by Sara Macel.

Cultures on the Edge.

Photographs by Chris Rainier.

Mathew Brady.

Photographs by Mathew Brady. Series edited by Hermione Ireland.

Julia Margaret Cameron.

Photographs by Julia Margaret Cameron. Series Editor Hermione Ireland.

Lisette Model.

Photographs by Lisette Model. Series Edited by Hermione Ireland.

55: Manuel Alvarez Bravo.

Photographs by Manuel Alvarez Bravo

55: Ed Van Der Elsken.

Photographs by Ed Van Der Elsken.

Antoine D'agata Antibodies.

Photographs by Antoine D'Agata.

Frontcountry.

Photographs by Lucas Foglia.

The Idea of North.

Photographs by Birthe Piontek.

Afterword.

Photographs by Hans Bol.

Uraniwa.

Photographs by Haru Kimura.

Texts.

Writing by Lewis Baltz.

Where I Am Now.

Photographs by Kent Klich.

Casa De Campo.

Photographs by Antonio M. Xoubanova.

Almost There.

Photographs by Aleix Plademunt.

Dalston Anatomy.

Photographs and photo sculptures by Lorenzo Vitturi.

A Journey Through Asia.

Photographs by Michael Kenna.

War Is Only Half the Story, Vol VI.

Photographs by Andrew Lichtenstein, Simon Brann Thorpe, Michelle Frankfurter, Christopher Capozziello & Michael Zumstein.

Spook Light Chronicles Vol. 2.

Photographs by Lara Shipley and Antone Dolezal.

Hidden Islam.

Photographs by Nicolo Degiorgis.

Oasis Hotel.

Photographs by Nicolo Degiorgis.
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Klara Källström: Blackdrop Island. Lara Shipley is a photographer, writer and bookmaker who primarily makes work about people and their relationships with the out-of-the-way places they call home.

Her work has recently been exhibited at Newspace Center for Photography, Northlight Gallery, among other venues and is slated for exhibition at 555 Gallery in Boston. Lara's photographs appear in publications such as Mother Jones Magazine, Vice Magazine, Oxford American and NPR. She received a Masters of Fine Arts in photography from Arizona State University and a Bachelors of Photojournalism from the University of Missouri.

Lara Shipley and Antone Dolezal's Devil's Promenade is currently on view at photo-eye Bookstore + Project Space at 376 Garcia Street, Santa Fe, NM. Signed copies of their new publication Spook Light Chronicles, Volume II are nearly sold out; copies of the limited edition are still available. Read the interview with Shipley and Dolezal here. larashipley.com.

Blackdrop Island
This week's Book of the Week pick comes from photographer Lara Shipley who has selected Blackdrop Island by Klara Källström published by B-B-B-Books.

"In Blackdrop Island, Klara Källström's photographs are the impressions of an outsider. Made mainly at night on trips to Tokyo, the bright flash illuminates, but does not explain. Swedish photographer Källström has fallen down a hole in the earth and has come out some place new. The mysteries she has brought back are small and innocent. Things seem odd. People are caught in unknowable acts. You can feel the distance between photographer and subject, the wander's bewilderment at a foreign place.

The book's design emphasizes this unmoored feeling. It throws the viewer into the images without a word. Letting us try (and mostly fail) to put the pieces together. But the impression is not one of carelessness. Through the extremely thoughtful design we are led, we trust. The lush purple of the cover and endpapers is picked up in a few images. The cover text, partly obscured by a black square is inversely blind stamped on the back. The Japanese binding anchors us in a location never mentioned in the books pages. The interior folds peak through inky black; another hole to fall through. Everywhere there is this reference to darkness: the night sky, a lack of understanding, disorientation.

In contrast, the poems by Viktor Johansson that make up the later part of the book feel personal. They speak of a family life, they say 'we,' they make mention of teeth, hair, scars, physical, tangible bodies. The design, the poems and the photographs feel so carefully in balance, it is a reminder of the chasm that can exist between experiencing a project in book form verses online. These elements together form an enigmatic and mysterious collection that both pulls you close and leaves you in the dark." —Lara Shipley
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