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Osamu James Nakagawa: Gama Caves. Osamu James Nakagawa
Gama Caves
"How does one take photographs in the dark? And what then, emerges from the darkness? Osamu James Nakagawa's project GAMA... More
  Anais Lopez: In the Beginning No Bird Sang. Anais Lopez
In the Beginning No Bird Sang
"The work of Amsterdam-based visual artist and documentary photographer Anaïs López investigates how people live in the city. López is fascinated with the dynamic between the human and urban scales... More
     
Daniel Reuter: History of the Visit. Daniel Reuter
History of the Visit
"The minimalistic aesthetics of this book remind me of a sophisticated piece of electronic music. It´s not the rhythm or the melody that drives the piece forward... More
  Ekaterina Anokhina: 25 Weeks of Winter. Ekaterina Anokhina
25 Weeks of Winter
"In this series of seemingly unrelated images, photographer Ekaterina Anokhina allows her audience to piece together a visual narrative while flipping through a pocket-sized, very personal album... More
     
Jerry Uelsmann: All 4 You! Jerry Uelsmann
All 4 You!
"Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor, the masters of surreal photography to hold their second exhibition in The Museum of Photography, Seoul... More
  David J. Carol: "Where David J. Carol
"Where's the Monkey?'
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Misha Pedan: The End of La Belle Époque. Misha Pedan
The End of La Belle Époque
"The pictures collected in this book were made between 1986 and 1989, at the very end of the era of socialism. The fall of the Soviet regime, according to one perspective... More
  Adam Panczuk: Karczeby. Adam Panczuk
Karczeby
Adam Panczuk delivers a fascinating documentation of farmers in Eastern Poland in Karczeby. The polish word Karczeb describes a farmer deeply rooted in his cultivated land... More
     
Martin Parr: Black Country Women. Martin Parr
Black Country Women
"'Black Country Women' follows the format and design of the traditional women's magazine; but with a twist! Margaret Drabble has written the three short story features and Martin Parr... More
  Fred Cray: Unique Photographs. Fred Cray
Unique Photographs
"Since 2008 over 10,000 unique photographs have been left or hidden in unexpected places in New York, around the United States and in different parts of the world including Europe, Asia... More
     
Martin Parr: Black Country Women. Martin Parr
Black Country Women
"'Black Country Women' follows the format and design of the traditional women's magazine; but with a twist! Margaret Drabble has written the three short story features and Martin Parr... More
  Andy Mattern: Everyone I Never Knew. Andy Mattern
Everyone I Never Knew
"Everyone I Never Knew is a photographic collection of orphaned mittens and gloves found over three years in Minnesota... More
     
David J. Carol: "Where David J. Carol
"Where's the Monkey?'
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  Jason Langer: Possession. Jason Langer
Possession
"Following 'Secret City', Jason Langer’s sold-out, debut monograph, comes 'Possession', a volume of 42 images made between 1990 and 2012. Over the past two decades... More
     
Theo Anderson: Pennsylvania. Theo Anderson
Pennsylvania
"Theo Anderson's, PENNSYLVANIA, is the sixth artist book based on the episodes of his ongoing work, CADILLAC.

"The photographs are not so much about place as they are about transformation...
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  Theo Anderson: SNAFU. Theo Anderson
SNAFU
"SNAFU, is the fifth in a series of artist books by Theo Anderson based on the episodes of his ongoing work, CADILLAC... More
     
Patricia Galagan: The Green Fuse. Patricia Galagan
The Green Fuse
"Fine art photographer Patricia Galagan's depiction of a Northern New Mexico forest recovering after a wildfire shows nature in the act of survival... More
  Nick Brandt: Across the Ravaged Land. Nick Brandt
Across the Ravaged Land
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Richard Misrach: 11.21.11 5:40 PM. Richard Misrach
11.21.11 5:40 PM
"Richard Misrach has begun a series of artist books that explores the relationship between photography and time. Titled by the date and minute of the image-11.21.11 5:40 pm... More
  ZoÉ Beausire: Where the Birds Used to Sing. ZoÉ Beausire
Where the Birds Used to Sing
Where the Birds Used to Sing by Zoé Beausire contains twelve black & white photographs of birds, many of whom are caught in wire and unable to fly... More
 

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