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Aegerter, Laurence: Cathedrales. Aegerter, Laurence
Cathedrales
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  James Hill: Somewhere Between War and Peace. James Hill
Somewhere Between War and Peace
"Pulitzer Prize... More
     
Elias Redstone: Shooting Space. Elias Redstone
Shooting Space
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  Loli Kantor: Beyond the Forest. Loli Kantor
Beyond the Forest
"Like a forest recovering from a cataclysmic fire... More
     
Todd Hido: Todd Hido on Landscapes, Interiors and the Nude. Todd Hido
Todd Hido on Landscapes, Interiors and the Nude
"In The Photography Workshop Series, Aperture Foundation works with the world's top photographers to distill their creative approaches, teachings and insights on photography... More
  Chelsea Spengemann: Becoming Disfarmer. Chelsea Spengemann
Becoming Disfarmer
"Becoming Disfarmer uses a compelling sequence of over 100 images to tell the story of Mike Disfarmer’s vernacular portraiture and its transformation into art... More
     
David Goldblatt: Particulars. David Goldblatt
Particulars
"Following a series of portraits of his compatriots made at the beginning of the 1970s, photographer David Goldblatt, for a very short and intense period of time... More
  Olaf Unverzart: Alp. Olaf Unverzart
Alp
"Serious Alpine photography began in the middle of the 19thcentury by photographers who lugged large plate cameras into inaccessible regions to produce some of the most spectacular images of More
     
John Cohen: Here and Gone. John Cohen
Here and Gone
"John Cohen was a founding member of the New Lost City Ramblers, one of the folk revival's most authentic and respected musical groups... More
  Daniel Shea: Blisner, Il. Daniel Shea
Blisner, Il
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Blisner, IL is both a new edition and a pseudo-sequel to Blisner, Ill. - a self-published photobook by Daniel Shea exploring processes of deindustrialisation in the Rust Belt of America... More

     
Bettina Rheims: Bonkers. Bettina Rheims
Bonkers
"In Bonkers! A Fortnight in London, Bettina Rheims continues to explore the cities that inspire her. After Paris—featured in many of her books—and Shanghai... More
  Bettina Rheims: Gender Studies. Bettina Rheims
Gender Studies
"Twenty years after Modern Lovers, a body of work on androgyny and transgender created when AIDS was at its peak, Bettina Rheims now presents her Gender Studies. She writes: “Yesterday... More
     
Petra Stavast: Ramya. Petra Stavast
Ramya
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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
 
 

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