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Matthew Sleeth: Ten Series/106 Photographs. Matthew Sleeth
Ten Series/106 Photographs
"Australian photographer Matthew Sleeth is a consummate observer, exploring the world around him with an acute and often humorous eye. His latest project, Ten Series/106 Photographs... More
  Lisa M. Robinson: Snowbound. Lisa M. Robinson
Snowbound
"Five winters long, the young American photographer Lisa M. Robinson took pictures in the snow... More
     
Stephen Gill: Anonymous Origami. Stephen Gill
Anonymous Origami
""The photographs in this book are of folded paper from Hotels, B & B's over the past few years. The paper were placed between pages of a book and taken back to my studio to be photographed... More
  Mauro Fiorese: Aula Dei. Mauro Fiorese
Aula Dei
'In another light. It might be reductive to say that Mauro Fiorese went looking for - and portraying - Madonnas, angels and saints dispersed in our everyday life... More
     
Erika Diettes: Silencios. Erika Diettes
Silencios
"Erika Diettes compiles images and testimonials of the suffering of the Jewish population during the horror of World War II in the Nazi Germany... More
  Marco Breuer: Early Recordings. Marco Breuer
Early Recordings
Early Recordings presents the first comprehensive look at the work of the respected, conceptually driven artist, Marc Breuer. Boldly experimental... More
     
American West
To Delight the Eye
In the 1840s, when photography was making its first appearances, the American West was a region of excitement, adventure, and progress... More
  John Bernhard: Drift. John Bernhard
Drift
"This book is a visual journey, like a musical score, a personal diary, a compilation of images captured from the way John Bernhard sees the world... More
     
Richard Bram: Street Photography. Richard Bram
Street Photography
"For over 25 years, Richard Bram has been restlessly walking the streets of his home towns and the world, quietly producing classic street photographs... More
  Hiroshi Watanabe: I See Angels Every Day. Hiroshi Watanabe
I See Angels Every Day
"Actually, the angel ought to have had his dwelling in me. But he knew only angelic truth and understood nothing about man." from Memories, Dreams, Reflections by C.G. Jung... More
     
Derek Dudek: china. Derek Dudek
china
"In the course of the 20th century a number of totalitarian regimes promoted art that was meant to celebrate the accomplishments of the state... More
  Lauren Greenfield: Thin. Lauren Greenfield
Thin
"Critically acclaimed for Girl Culture and Fast Forward, Lauren Greenfield continues her exploration of contemporary female culture with Thin... More
     
Morten Andersen: White Nights. Morten Andersen
White Nights
Rock and Rollers of every stripe - from Norwegian natives Turbonegro to rough-throated crooner Leonard Cohen to punk rock legends like Iggy Pop - populate Morten Andersen's White Nights... More
  Charles Traub: Charles H. Traub. Charles Traub
Charles H. Traub
"Charles H. Traub’s (b.1945) vintage black and white street photographs from the 1970s made with a lens shade one size too small for his square-format camera... More
     
Andrea Robbins: The Transportation of Place. Andrea Robbins
The Transportation of Place
The Transportation of Place is vexing in the way that often the quietest people have the most to say. Postcard picturesque scenes describe regional character—Bavarian window details... More
  John Willis: Recycled Realities. John Willis
Recycled Realities
"Near the homes of photographers John Willis and Tom Young is a paper mill that sits in the otherwise pristine and picturesque climes of western Massachusetts. For Willis and Young... More
     
Justin Kimball: Where We Find Ourselves. Justin Kimball
Where We Find Ourselves
Imagine a mythical forest: dappled with smoky light, granite outcrops hosting majestic stands of trees, a brook cascading nearby. Then you stumble across a colony of doughy... More
  Eri Morita: Home Drama. Eri Morita
Home Drama
Along the lines of Jessica Backhaus, Julie Blackmon, Julian Germain and many others, Morita has begun to carve out her own niche in the "portrait narrative" genre... More
     
Lauren Shaw: Maine Women. Lauren Shaw
Maine Women
"All these women know that living in a place involves responsibility for it, though each expresses her commitment in a different way... More
  Jesse Marlow: Wounded. Jesse Marlow
Wounded
"For the last 2 years Melbourne photographer Jesse Marlow has been documenting people who have been affected by superficial injuries as they go about their daily routine out on the street... More
 

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