Teufelsberg hill is made of rubble from Berlin's bombardment during WWII, it was meant to be a faculty military (never happened), it's been a NSA American spy center, a ski resort... Sommer's photographs show tracks of the different pasts in today's life on the hill. There is a booklet inside the book with archive pictures, showing the hill's "construction."
Entering into the "Other World" just for a day. May 9th 1965, the Naval Air Facility Atsugi has been opened to the general public. The idea was to help the stationed military personnel and the local citizen mingle and live the partnership between Japan and USA.
Larry Sultan has always been one of my favorite photographers, especially for his work
Pictures From Home.
Laurence Vecten shows photographers works on her blog, LOZ, and publishes photo books under the name Lozen Up. She shows her growing collection of photobooks on One Year of Books. Last September she curated the PIY / Publish It Yourself show (w/Laurent Champoussin) in Paris, an event about self-published photobooks. She lives in Paris, she is picture editor of French Glamour.