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Trent Parke: Minutes to Midnight. Trent Parke
Minutes to Midnight
"In 2003 Trent Parke began a road-trip around his native Australia, a monumental journey that was to last two years and cover a distance of over 90,000 km... More
  Luke Fowler: Two-frame Films (2006-2012). Luke Fowler
Two-frame Films (2006-2012)
"Luke Fowler Two-Frame Films (2006-2012) Primarily known for his video work, Luke Fowler's Two-Frame Films (2006-2012) explores the relationship between the artist and the lens. The ‘two... More
     
Nicholas Nixon: The Brown Sisters. Forty Years. Nicholas Nixon
The Brown Sisters. Forty Years
"In August 1974, the photographer Nicholas Nixon made a group portrait of his wife, Bebe, and her three sisters, Heather, Mimi and Laurie-the Brown sisters. He did not keep that image... More
  Nadav Kander: Dust. Nadav Kander
Dust
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Peter Bialobrzeski: Nail Houses or the Destruction Of Lower Shanghai. Peter Bialobrzeski
Nail Houses or the Destruction Of Lower Shanghai
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During his travels through China, Peter Bialobrzeski (born 1961) became aware of the constructions known as “nail houses”-derelict houses earmarked for demolition... More

  William Eggleston: From Black and White to Colour. William Eggleston
From Black and White to Colour
"At the end of the 1950s William Eggleston began to photograph around his home in Memphis using black-and-white 35mm film. Fascinated by the photography of Henri Cartier-Bresson... More
     
Wendy Ewald: The Transformation of This World Depends Upon You. Wendy Ewald
The Transformation of This World Depends Upon You
"The Transformation of This World Depends on You focuses on two related stories: the missionary vision of Amherst College in its early days and the legacy of that vision in the present... More
  Beth Moon: Ancient Trees. Beth Moon
Ancient Trees
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Now in its fourth printing due in March 2015.

Mesmerizing black-and-white photographs of the world's most majestic ancient trees.

Beth Moon'...
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Carlos Spottorno: Sounds of Two Eyes Opening. Carlos Spottorno
Sounds of Two Eyes Opening
"Glen Lockett (born 1951), better known as Spot, was the legendary in-house producer and engineer at SST Records in Los Angeles-the label founded in 1978 by Greg Ginn as a vehicle for Black Flag... More
  David Campany: The Open Road. David Campany
The Open Road
"After World War II, the American road trip began appearing prominently in literature, music, movies and photography. As Stephen Shore has written, “Our country is made for long trips. Since the 1940s... More
     
Josef Koudelka: Exiles. Josef Koudelka
Exiles
"About Exiles, Cornell Capa once wrote, “Koudelka’s unsentimental, stark, brooding, intensely human imagery reflects his own spirit... More
  Jason Fulford: This Equals That. Jason Fulford
This Equals That
"Aimed at children ages five and up, this clever and surprising picture book by artists and collaborators, Jason Fulford and Tamara Shopsin... More
     
Michelle Frankfurter: Destino. Michelle Frankfurter
Destino
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Destino, meaning “destination” or “destiny” in Spanish, tells the story of undocumented Central American migrants and their perilous journey by freight train across Mexico... More

  Majid Saeedi: Life in War. Majid Saeedi
Life in War
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Life in War is probably the only book about Afghanistan that isn’t filled with images of war. For ten years, Saeedi’s photographed daily life in the context of war... More

     
Xiaoxiao Xu: The Way to the Golden Mountain. Xiaoxiao Xu
The Way to the Golden Mountain
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In 1999, as a teenager, Xiaoxiao Xu moved from China to The Netherlands. Photography became her antidote to the isolation that she felt... More

  James Whitlow Delano: Black Tsunami. James Whitlow Delano
Black Tsunami
"BLACK TSUNAMI:Japan 2011 provides a powerful portrait of the devastation left by the great tsunami that engulfed northeastern Japan on March 11, 2011... More
     
Bruno Augsburger: Out There. Bruno Augsburger
Out There
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Out There invites the reader on a mythical journey through the wilderness of the Yukon territory. A photographic record of countless escapes by Augsburger in an endless quest to reach freedom... More

  Ofer Wolberger: Billie. Ofer Wolberger
Billie
"Comprised exclusively of half-frame 35mm photographs, Billie utilizes sequence, progression and repetition to focus its gaze towards a single subject. Presented within a matter-of... More
     
Ken Grant: No Pain Whatsoever. Ken Grant
No Pain Whatsoever
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  Gareth McConnell: Close Your Eyes. Gareth McConnell
Close Your Eyes
"Close Your Eyes is a frenzied reworking of the accumulated archive of photographer Gareth McConnell. An onslaught of kaleidoscopic imagery fuses portraits he took of rave... More
     
Johan Rosenmunthe: Tectonic. Johan Rosenmunthe
Tectonic
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  Rut Blees Luxemburg: The Academic Year. Rut Blees Luxemburg
The Academic Year
"An institution is a hothouse and the university, which should be a cool place, is no exception. It is both threatened and sustained by passions and moods, intrigues and power games... More
     
Kenta Cobayashi: Friends Forever. Kenta Cobayashi
Friends Forever
"Kenta Cobayashi was born in 1992 and is a photographer of the digital generation. He uses various equipment including digital SLR, film, iPhones, the built-in camera of his MacBook... More
  Lars Tunbjork: Dom Alla. Lars Tunbjork
Dom Alla
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GrÉgoire Pujade-Lauraine: A Perpetual Season. GrÉgoire Pujade-Lauraine
A Perpetual Season
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  Stephen Gill: Hackney Kisses. Stephen Gill
Hackney Kisses
""Stephen Gill has worked for many years exploring the culture and environment of Hackney in East London... More
     
Stephen Gilll: Pigeons. Stephen Gilll
Pigeons
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  RenÉe Jacobs: Zine Collection N°18. RenÉe Jacobs
Zine Collection N°18
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Louise Agnew: Zine Collection N°17. Louise Agnew
Zine Collection N°17
"Zine Collection N°17 " Reliefs " by the artist Agne. A limited edition of 250 copies with a signed C print by the artist on Kodak Paper... More
  Robin Schwartz: Amelia and the Animals. Robin Schwartz
Amelia and the Animals
"Amelia is 14 years old. In many ways, she is your average American teenager: since she was three years old, she has been her mother’s muse, and the subject of her photographs. However... More
     
Duane Michals: Storyteller. Duane Michals
Storyteller
"Accompanying a retrospective of the pioneering photographer, this volume of more than 75 original works will thrill Duane Michals aficionados... More
  Nicholas Albrecht: One No One and One Hundred Thousand. Nicholas Albrecht
One No One and One Hundred Thousand
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Magical Thinking is a not-for-profit publishing and educational intiative founded by Joshua Lutz and Tara Cronin in 2010... More

     
Sebastiao Salgado: From My Land to the Planet. Sebastiao Salgado
From My Land to the Planet
"With a kindness and a disarming simplicity, Salgado rebuilds its path, exposes his beliefs, makes us sharers of his emotions... More
  Landon Metz: West Street Studio. Landon Metz
West Street Studio
"In preparing for a solo exhibition American painter Landon Metz (b. 1985, American) was commissioned to portray his work process in his New York based West Street Studio through a camera lens... More
     
Gerry Johansson: Antarktis. Gerry Johansson
Antarktis
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  Christopher Felver: American Jukebox. Christopher Felver
American Jukebox
"American Jukebox profiles the spirit and heartbeat of our American musical heritage... More
     
Matthew Carson: 10×10 Japanese Photobooks. Matthew Carson
10×10 Japanese Photobooks
"Printed in a limited numbered edition of 400, this “book on books” presents selections by twenty photobook specialists... More
  Ricardo Cases: El Porqué De Las Naranjas. Ricardo Cases
El Porqué De Las Naranjas
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Aaron Siskind: Aaron Siskind. Aaron Siskind
Aaron Siskind
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Aaron Siskind (1903-1991) was a major figure in the history of American photography. A leading documentary photographer who was active in the New York Photo League in the 1930s... More

  David Hornillos: Mediodía. David Hornillos
Mediodía
"Madrid’s Atocha station was formerly known as Mediodía (Midday), as it was the city’s Southbound railway hub. This is the location where David Hornillos worked between 2011 and 2014... More
     
Fosi Vegue: XY XX. Fosi Vegue
XY XX
"An inner courtyard faces a row of rooms where prostitutes take their clients. Out of view at an opposite window, the photographer witnesses what should remain unseen... More
  Stephen Shames: Bronx Boys. Stephen Shames
Bronx Boys
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You imagine nothing can survive. Then you notice life going on all around. People adapt, survive, and even prosper in this urban moonscape of quick pleasures and false hopes. . . ... 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
  Roger Hargreaves: Amc2 Journal Issue 9. Roger Hargreaves
Amc2 Journal Issue 9
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Published to accompany the exhibition Amore e Piombo: The Photography of Extremes in 1970s Italy at the 2014 Brighton Photo Biennial (which runs from 4 October to 2 November 2014)... More

     
Hiroshi Sugimoto: On the Beach. Hiroshi Sugimoto
On the Beach
"In 1990, photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto visited the seas of New Zealand. On one particular deserted beach, he discovered hundreds of car parts, probably from the 1960s... More
  Pawel Bownik: Disassembly. Pawel Bownik
Disassembly
"‘Disassembly’ illustrates a photographic project by Pawel Bownik in which he uses traditional scientific methods to take apart various majestic tropical flowers and exotic succulents... More
     
H. Lee: Grassland. H. Lee
Grassland
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The United States is seeing historic change regarding marijuana: A fundamental shift is in motion between those who seek to keep it illegal, and the overwhelming populist appeal for legal reform... More

  Bernd &  Hilla Becher: Hannover Coal Mine. Bernd & Hilla Becher
Hannover Coal Mine
"Bernd and Hilla Becher's photographic documentation of the abandoned and demolished Hannover Coal Mine resurrects the colliery before the view's eyes... More
     
Keliy Anderson-Staley: On a Wet Bough. Keliy Anderson-Staley
On a Wet Bough
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This stunning monograph of tintype portraits is culled from an archive of hundreds taken over the last decade by Keliy Anderson-Staley... More

  Michael Kenna: France. Michael Kenna
France
"Kenna first visited France in 1973 and has been photographing there since the early 1980s. He has produced thousands of photographs on subjects such as Mont St Michel, Le Notre’s Gardens... More
     
Jessica Todd Harper: The Home Stage. Jessica Todd Harper
The Home Stage
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Though Jessica Todd Harper (born 1975) uses a camera rather than a paintbrush, the viewer quickly senses in her images the familiar canvases of Sargent, Whistler and Vermeer. Harper'... More

  Adam Lach: Stigma. Adam Lach
Stigma
"The book Stigma tells the story of a 60-person family of Romanian Romas living in an encampment in Wroclaw. It's not another book of colorful legends about gypsies — there are no caravans... More
     
Jim Goldberg: Rich and Poor. Jim Goldberg
Rich and Poor
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  Federico Clavarino: Italia o Italia. Federico Clavarino
Italia o Italia
"Mysterious and austere, Italia o Italia metaphysical cities hide the enigma of a timeless place between sunburst dead-ends and shadowy arcades... More
     
Mikhael Subotzky: Ponte City. Mikhael Subotzky
Ponte City
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  Vanessa Winship: Vanessa Winship. Vanessa Winship
Vanessa Winship
"The work of British photographer Vanessa Winship first emerged into public consciousness in the late 1990s, as the political world map was being radically redrawn in the wake of the Cold War... More
     
Anders Petersen: Rome. Anders Petersen
Rome
"Anders Petersen (born 1944) has been photographing the city of Rome since the mid-1980s. He has returned numerous times, and in 2005 he was invited for the Rome Commission... More
  Danila Tkachenko: Escape. Danila Tkachenko
Escape
"“Man does not need society at all, it’s the society that needs man. Society is a forced measure of protection and survival. Unlike a gregarious animal, man must live alone - in nature among animals... More
     
David Goldblatt: Photographers David Goldblatt
Photographers' References
"PHOTOGRAPHERS’ REFERENCES is a book collection of in-depth interviews with established photographers. Created in 2014 by Frédérique Destribats and Baptiste Lignel... More
  Graham MacIndoe: aLL IN. Graham MacIndoe
aLL IN
"Printed in an edition of only 350 signed and numbered copies.

The images in this series are of heroin bags collected years ago during a period of the Artists own addiction to the Drug...
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