Chris
Coekin


Chris Coekin
title: The Altogether
Publisher: Walkout Books
The Altogether is a multilayered book that investigates the notions of art, work and struggle. The photographs were made in a factory in england that began manufacturing copper wire in 1834. The book includes three distinct yet conceptually connected series of images.
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Chris Coekin
title: The Altogether
Publisher: Walkout Books
The Altogether is a multilayered book that investigates the notions of art, work and struggle. The photographs were made in a factory in england that began manufacturing copper wire in 1834. The book includes three distinct yet conceptually connected series of images.
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Chris Coekin
title: The Altogether
Publisher: Walkout Books
The Altogether is a multilayered book that investigates the notions of art, work and struggle. The photographs were made in a factory in england that began manufacturing copper wire in 1834. The book includes three distinct yet conceptually connected series of images.
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Chris Coekin
title: The Altogether
Publisher: Walkout Books
The Altogether is a multilayered book that investigates the notions of art, work and struggle. The photographs were made in a factory in england that began manufacturing copper wire in 1834. The book includes three distinct yet conceptually connected series of images.
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Chris Coekin
title: The Altogether
Publisher: Walkout Books
The Altogether is a multilayered book that investigates the notions of art, work and struggle. The photographs were made in a factory in england that began manufacturing copper wire in 1834. The book includes three distinct yet conceptually connected series of images.
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Chris Coekin
title: The Altogether
Publisher: Walkout Books
The Altogether is a multilayered book that investigates the notions of art, work and struggle. The photographs were made in a factory in england that began manufacturing copper wire in 1834. The book includes three distinct yet conceptually connected series of images.
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Alex
Webb


Alex Webb
editor: Lesley A. Martin
Photo editor: Rebecca Norris Webb
designer: David Chickey
Producer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
"The Suffering of Light"
The Suffering of Light is the first comprehensive monograph charting the career of acclaimed American photographer Alex Webb. Gathering some of his most iconic images, many of which were taken in the far corners of the earth, the book brings a fresh perspective to his extensive catalogue. Recognized as a pioneer of American color photography since the seventies, Webb has consistently created photographs characterized by intense color and light. Featuring key works alongside previously unpublished photographs, The Suffering of Light provides the most thorough examination to date of this modern master's prolific, 30-year career.
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Alex Webb
editor: Lesley A. Martin
Photo editor: Rebecca Norris Webb
designer: David Chickey
Producer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
"The Suffering of Light"
The Suffering of Light is the first comprehensive monograph charting the career of acclaimed American photographer Alex Webb. Gathering some of his most iconic images, many of which were taken in the far corners of the earth, the book brings a fresh perspective to his extensive catalogue. Recognized as a pioneer of American color photography since the seventies, Webb has consistently created photographs characterized by intense color and light. Featuring key works alongside previously unpublished photographs, The Suffering of Light provides the most thorough examination to date of this modern master's prolific, 30-year career.
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Alex Webb
editor: Lesley A. Martin
Photo editor: Rebecca Norris Webb
designer: David Chickey
Producer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
"The Suffering of Light"
The Suffering of Light is the first comprehensive monograph charting the career of acclaimed American photographer Alex Webb. Gathering some of his most iconic images, many of which were taken in the far corners of the earth, the book brings a fresh perspective to his extensive catalogue. Recognized as a pioneer of American color photography since the seventies, Webb has consistently created photographs characterized by intense color and light. Featuring key works alongside previously unpublished photographs, The Suffering of Light provides the most thorough examination to date of this modern master's prolific, 30-year career.
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Alex Webb
editor: Lesley A. Martin
Photo editor: Rebecca Norris Webb
designer: David Chickey
Producer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
"The Suffering of Light"
The Suffering of Light is the first comprehensive monograph charting the career of acclaimed American photographer Alex Webb. Gathering some of his most iconic images, many of which were taken in the far corners of the earth, the book brings a fresh perspective to his extensive catalogue. Recognized as a pioneer of American color photography since the seventies, Webb has consistently created photographs characterized by intense color and light. Featuring key works alongside previously unpublished photographs, The Suffering of Light provides the most thorough examination to date of this modern master's prolific, 30-year career.
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Alex Webb
editor: Lesley A. Martin
Photo editor: Rebecca Norris Webb
designer: David Chickey
Producer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
"The Suffering of Light"
The Suffering of Light is the first comprehensive monograph charting the career of acclaimed American photographer Alex Webb. Gathering some of his most iconic images, many of which were taken in the far corners of the earth, the book brings a fresh perspective to his extensive catalogue. Recognized as a pioneer of American color photography since the seventies, Webb has consistently created photographs characterized by intense color and light. Featuring key works alongside previously unpublished photographs, The Suffering of Light provides the most thorough examination to date of this modern master's prolific, 30-year career.
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Alex Webb
editor: Lesley A. Martin
Photo editor: Rebecca Norris Webb
designer: David Chickey
Producer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
"The Suffering of Light"
The Suffering of Light is the first comprehensive monograph charting the career of acclaimed American photographer Alex Webb. Gathering some of his most iconic images, many of which were taken in the far corners of the earth, the book brings a fresh perspective to his extensive catalogue. Recognized as a pioneer of American color photography since the seventies, Webb has consistently created photographs characterized by intense color and light. Featuring key works alongside previously unpublished photographs, The Suffering of Light provides the most thorough examination to date of this modern master's prolific, 30-year career.
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Various


Various
title: Arab Photography Now
editors: Michket Krifa and Rose Issa
designer: normal industries
Publisher: Kehrer Verlag
This publication shows the visual dynamics of Arab photography in all of its fascinating beauty, revealing a rich, new esthetic. We see portraits and landscapes by 36 photographers creating works of great political and cultural relevance.
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Various
title: Arab Photography Now
editors: Michket Krifa and Rose Issa
designer: normal industries
Publisher: Kehrer Verlag
This publication shows the visual dynamics of Arab photography in all of its fascinating beauty, revealing a rich, new esthetic. We see portraits and landscapes by 36 photographers creating works of great political and cultural relevance.
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Lorena Guillén
Vaschetti


Lorena Guillén Vaschetti
title: historia, memoria y silencios
desigNer: MV LevievanderMeer and Lorena Guillén Vaschetti
Publisher: Schilt Publishing
What is the role of photography in a family's history? After finding a box containing photographic slides and small pieces of paper detailing trips family members took before she was born, lorena Guillén Vaschetti decided to re-photograph the slides by placing them on a light table, but altered them by playing with the depth of field, focus and other elemetns. she made the images using high-tech digital technology in order to underline the distance in time, technology and concept between one generation and the other.
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Lorena Guillén Vaschetti
title: historia, memoria y silencios
desigNer: MV LevievanderMeer and Lorena Guillén Vaschetti
Publisher: Schilt Publishing
What is the role of photography in a family's history? After finding a box containing photographic slides and small pieces of paper detailing trips family members took before she was born, lorena Guillén Vaschetti decided to re-photograph the slides by placing them on a light table, but altered them by playing with the depth of field, focus and other elemetns. she made the images using high-tech digital technology in order to underline the distance in time, technology and concept between one generation and the other.
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Sanna
Kannisto


Sanna Kannisto
title: Fieldwork
editor: Denise Wolff
desigNer: Studio Baer
ProduCer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
Fieldwork explores the dialectics of nature and culture in both artistic and scientific contexts. Since 1997, Finnish photographer Sanna Kannisto has spent several months a year living alongside biologists in the rainforests of Peru, Brazil, French Guiana and Costa Rica. Adopting elements of her companions' scientific methods and concepts, she developed her own form of visual research, extending her depictions of the flora and fauna beyond the confines of the natural sciences.
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Sanna Kannisto
title: Fieldwork
editor: Denise Wolff
desigNer: Studio Baer
ProduCer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
Fieldwork explores the dialectics of nature and culture in both artistic and scientific contexts. Since 1997, Finnish photographer Sanna Kannisto has spent several months a year living alongside biologists in the rainforests of Peru, Brazil, French Guiana and Costa Rica. Adopting elements of her companions' scientific methods and concepts, she developed her own form of visual research, extending her depictions of the flora and fauna beyond the confines of the natural sciences.
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Sanna Kannisto
title: Fieldwork
editor: Denise Wolff
desigNer: Studio Baer
ProduCer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
Fieldwork explores the dialectics of nature and culture in both artistic and scientific contexts. Since 1997, Finnish photographer Sanna Kannisto has spent several months a year living alongside biologists in the rainforests of Peru, Brazil, French Guiana and Costa Rica. Adopting elements of her companions' scientific methods and concepts, she developed her own form of visual research, extending her depictions of the flora and fauna beyond the confines of the natural sciences.
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Sanna Kannisto
title: Fieldwork
editor: Denise Wolff
desigNer: Studio Baer
ProduCer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
Fieldwork explores the dialectics of nature and culture in both artistic and scientific contexts. Since 1997, Finnish photographer Sanna Kannisto has spent several months a year living alongside biologists in the rainforests of Peru, Brazil, French Guiana and Costa Rica. Adopting elements of her companions' scientific methods and concepts, she developed her own form of visual research, extending her depictions of the flora and fauna beyond the confines of the natural sciences.
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Sanna Kannisto
title: Fieldwork
editor: Denise Wolff
desigNer: Studio Baer
ProduCer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
Fieldwork explores the dialectics of nature and culture in both artistic and scientific contexts. Since 1997, Finnish photographer Sanna Kannisto has spent several months a year living alongside biologists in the rainforests of Peru, Brazil, French Guiana and Costa Rica. Adopting elements of her companions' scientific methods and concepts, she developed her own form of visual research, extending her depictions of the flora and fauna beyond the confines of the natural sciences.
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Sanna Kannisto
title: Fieldwork
editor: Denise Wolff
desigNer: Studio Baer
ProduCer: Matthew Pimm
Publisher: Aperture Foundation
Fieldwork explores the dialectics of nature and culture in both artistic and scientific contexts. Since 1997, Finnish photographer Sanna Kannisto has spent several months a year living alongside biologists in the rainforests of Peru, Brazil, French Guiana and Costa Rica. Adopting elements of her companions' scientific methods and concepts, she developed her own form of visual research, extending her depictions of the flora and fauna beyond the confines of the natural sciences.
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Jakob
Carlsen


Jakob Carlsen
title: Outcast: The Repressed People of Asia
Creative team: Sidse Stausholm
Publisher: Ajour
Outcast: The Repressed People of Asia demonstrates everyday life for "dalits"—the untouchables of India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh. making up one-fifth of the Indian population, they are regarded as unclean and therefore have no possibilities in society. The caste class is inherited through family lines, despite the fact that the system was declared illegal 50 years ago.
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Jakob Carlsen
title: Outcast: The Repressed People of Asia
Creative team: Sidse Stausholm
Publisher: Ajour
Outcast: The Repressed People of Asia demonstrates everyday life for "dalits"—the untouchables of India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh. making up one-fifth of the Indian population, they are regarded as unclean and therefore have no possibilities in society. The caste class is inherited through family lines, despite the fact that the system was declared illegal 50 years ago.
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Jakob Carlsen
title: Outcast: The Repressed People of Asia
Creative team: Sidse Stausholm
Publisher: Ajour
Outcast: The Repressed People of Asia demonstrates everyday life for "dalits"—the untouchables of India, Pakistan, Nepal and Bangladesh. making up one-fifth of the Indian population, they are regarded as unclean and therefore have no possibilities in society. The caste class is inherited through family lines, despite the fact that the system was declared illegal 50 years ago.
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Rob
Hornstra


Rob Hornstra
TiTle: Sochi Singers
TexT: Arnold van Bruggen
deSigner: Kummer & Herrman
PuBliSHer: Self-published
The book Sochi Singers explores how a deeply rooted Russian tradition goes hand-in-hand with the city's new capitalist glamour.
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Rob Hornstra
TiTle: Sochi Singers
TexT: Arnold van Bruggen
deSigner: Kummer & Herrman
PuBliSHer: Self-published
The book Sochi Singers explores how a deeply rooted Russian tradition goes hand-in-hand with the city's new capitalist glamour.
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Jaakko
Heikkilä


Jaakko Heikkilä
TiTle: Silent Talks
deSigner: Loreen Lampe
PuBliSHer: Kehrer Verlag
Finnish artist Jaakko Heikkilä has long been interested in minority communities around the world. in Silent Talks he meets people on the shores of the White Sea in Russia, in New York City's Harlem neighborhood and on the Brazilian Island of Itaparica.
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Jaakko Heikkilä
TiTle: Silent Talks
deSigner: Loreen Lampe
PuBliSHer: Kehrer Verlag
Finnish artist Jaakko Heikkilä has long been interested in minority communities around the world. in Silent Talks he meets people on the shores of the White Sea in Russia, in New York City's Harlem neighborhood and on the Brazilian Island of Itaparica.
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Jakob
Carlsen


Mark Laita
title: Sea
designers: Cameron Gibb and Dayna Stanley
PUblisher: PQ Blackwell/Chronicle Books
In Sea, photographer Mark Laita has focused on the creatures of the deep. Rippling reflections, stark backdrops and surprising angles reveal the astonishing beauty of the life that teems under the water's surface.
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Mark Laita
title: Sea
designers: Cameron Gibb and Dayna Stanley
PUblisher: PQ Blackwell/Chronicle Books
In Sea, photographer Mark Laita has focused on the creatures of the deep. Rippling reflections, stark backdrops and surprising angles reveal the astonishing beauty of the life that teems under the water's surface.
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Mark Laita
title: Sea
designers: Cameron Gibb and Dayna Stanley
PUblisher: PQ Blackwell/Chronicle Books
In Sea, photographer Mark Laita has focused on the creatures of the deep. Rippling reflections, stark backdrops and surprising angles reveal the astonishing beauty of the life that teems under the water's surface.
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Penelope
Umbrico


Penelope Umbrico
title: Penelope Umbrico (Photographs)
editor: Lesley A. Martin
designer: Andrew Sloat
ProdUcer: Matthew Pimm
PUblisher: Aperture Foundation
Penelope Umbrico (Photographs) offers a radical reinterpretation of everyday consumer and vernacular images. Penelope Umbrico investigates the printed and virtual world of consumer culture and social media. Using images from the internet and mail-order catalogues as source material, her work re-contextualizes content to create taxonomies that reveal how we picture ourselves as a culture.
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Penelope Umbrico
title: Penelope Umbrico (Photographs)
editor: Lesley A. Martin
designer: Andrew Sloat
ProdUcer: Matthew Pimm
PUblisher: Aperture Foundation
Penelope Umbrico (Photographs) offers a radical reinterpretation of everyday consumer and vernacular images. Penelope Umbrico investigates the printed and virtual world of consumer culture and social media. Using images from the internet and mail-order catalogues as source material, her work re-contextualizes content to create taxonomies that reveal how we picture ourselves as a culture.
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Penelope Umbrico
title: Penelope Umbrico (Photographs)
editor: Lesley A. Martin
designer: Andrew Sloat
ProdUcer: Matthew Pimm
PUblisher: Aperture Foundation
Penelope Umbrico (Photographs) offers a radical reinterpretation of everyday consumer and vernacular images. Penelope Umbrico investigates the printed and virtual world of consumer culture and social media. Using images from the internet and mail-order catalogues as source material, her work re-contextualizes content to create taxonomies that reveal how we picture ourselves as a culture.
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Penelope Umbrico
title: Penelope Umbrico (Photographs)
editor: Lesley A. Martin
designer: Andrew Sloat
ProdUcer: Matthew Pimm
PUblisher: Aperture Foundation
Penelope Umbrico (Photographs) offers a radical reinterpretation of everyday consumer and vernacular images. Penelope Umbrico investigates the printed and virtual world of consumer culture and social media. Using images from the internet and mail-order catalogues as source material, her work re-contextualizes content to create taxonomies that reveal how we picture ourselves as a culture.
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Penelope Umbrico
title: Penelope Umbrico (Photographs)
editor: Lesley A. Martin
designer: Andrew Sloat
ProdUcer: Matthew Pimm
PUblisher: Aperture Foundation
Penelope Umbrico (Photographs) offers a radical reinterpretation of everyday consumer and vernacular images. Penelope Umbrico investigates the printed and virtual world of consumer culture and social media. Using images from the internet and mail-order catalogues as source material, her work re-contextualizes content to create taxonomies that reveal how we picture ourselves as a culture.
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Penelope Umbrico
title: Penelope Umbrico (Photographs)
editor: Lesley A. Martin
designer: Andrew Sloat
ProdUcer: Matthew Pimm
PUblisher: Aperture Foundation
Penelope Umbrico (Photographs) offers a radical reinterpretation of everyday consumer and vernacular images. Penelope Umbrico investigates the printed and virtual world of consumer culture and social media. Using images from the internet and mail-order catalogues as source material, her work re-contextualizes content to create taxonomies that reveal how we picture ourselves as a culture.
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Lydia
Panas


Lydia Panas
TiTle: The Mark of Abel
deSigner: Katharina Stumpf
PuBliSHer: Kehrer Verlag
For three years, in hot and cold weather, Lydia Panas invited families to stand before her lens. The images do not represent individuals so much as explore the questions of how we see ourselves and what we feel.
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Lydia Panas
TiTle: The Mark of Abel
deSigner: Katharina Stumpf
PuBliSHer: Kehrer Verlag
For three years, in hot and cold weather, Lydia Panas invited families to stand before her lens. The images do not represent individuals so much as explore the questions of how we see ourselves and what we feel.
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Various


Various
TiTle: Swiss Photobooks from 1927 to the Present
ediTOrS: Peter Pfrunder/Fotostiftung Schweiz, Martin Gasser and Sabine Münzenmaier
deSigner: Integral Lars Müller
PuBliSHer: Lars Müller Publishers
Swiss Photobooks from 1927 to the Present offers a fresh overview of the history of Swiss photography. The focus is on 70 Swiss photo books, from classics to long- forgotten publications to brilliant works by contemporary photographic artists. The individual books are presented with a series of illustrations and texts by highly esteemed authors, while five longer essays position them in their respective eras. An extensive bibliography completes this volume.
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Various
TiTle: Swiss Photobooks from 1927 to the Present
ediTOrS: Peter Pfrunder/Fotostiftung Schweiz, Martin Gasser and Sabine Münzenmaier
deSigner: Integral Lars Müller
PuBliSHer: Lars Müller Publishers
Swiss Photobooks from 1927 to the Present offers a fresh overview of the history of Swiss photography. The focus is on 70 Swiss photo books, from classics to long- forgotten publications to brilliant works by contemporary photographic artists. The individual books are presented with a series of illustrations and texts by highly esteemed authors, while five longer essays position them in their respective eras. An extensive bibliography completes this volume.
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Kate
Brooks


Kate Brooks
TiTle: In the Light of Darkness: A Photographer's Journey After 9/11
deSigner: Heijdens Karwei
PuBliSHer: Schilt Publishing In the Light of Darkness interweaves images with a
series of personal essays chronicling Kate Brooks's journey as a young photographer from 9/11 to the Arab Spring. Her images capture the harsh beauty and poignant pain of a region mired in conflict, while her words trace a personal narrative of loss— of friends, of colleagues and of innocence.
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Kate Brooks
TiTle: In the Light of Darkness: A Photographer's Journey After 9/11
deSigner: Heijdens Karwei
PuBliSHer: Schilt Publishing In the Light of Darkness interweaves images with a
series of personal essays chronicling Kate Brooks's journey as a young photographer from 9/11 to the Arab Spring. Her images capture the harsh beauty and poignant pain of a region mired in conflict, while her words trace a personal narrative of loss— of friends, of colleagues and of innocence.
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Beth Yarnelle
Edwards


Beth Yarnelle Edwards
titlE: Suburban Dreams
DEsignEr: Loreen Lampe
PuBlishEr: Kehrer Verlag
Since 1997, Beth Yarnelle Edwards has been making photographs in idyllic suburban, middle-class settings in America and Europe. She approaches scenes of everyday life with a mixture of documentary interest and cinematographic staging.
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Beth Yarnelle Edwards
titlE: Suburban Dreams
DEsignEr: Loreen Lampe
PuBlishEr: Kehrer Verlag
Since 1997, Beth Yarnelle Edwards has been making photographs in idyllic suburban, middle-class settings in America and Europe. She approaches scenes of everyday life with a mixture of documentary interest and cinematographic staging.
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Michael
Schnabel


Michael Schnabel
titlE: Michael Schnabel 2001-2010
DEsignEr: Kirsten Dietz
LITHO: Etizy Baris/etizy digital artwork & recom ART
PuBlishEr: Strichpunkt
This is the photo book that accompanied the exhibition "Michael schnabel 2001-2010," which took place from september to november 2011 at the osthaus Museum Hagen in Germany.
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Michael Schnabel
titlE: Michael Schnabel 2001-2010
DEsignEr: Kirsten Dietz
LITHO: Etizy Baris/etizy digital artwork & recom ART
PuBlishEr: Strichpunkt
This is the photo book that accompanied the exhibition "Michael schnabel 2001-2010," which took place from september to november 2011 at the osthaus Museum Hagen in Germany.
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Michael Schnabel
titlE: Michael Schnabel 2001-2010
DEsignEr: Kirsten Dietz
LITHO: Etizy Baris/etizy digital artwork & recom ART
PuBlishEr: Strichpunkt
This is the photo book that accompanied the exhibition "Michael schnabel 2001-2010," which took place from september to november 2011 at the osthaus Museum Hagen in Germany.
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Andrea
Hoyer


Andrea Hoyer
titlE: ReCollections
DEsignErs: Andrea Hoyer and Loreen Lampe
PuBlishEr: Kehrer Verlag
Distilling six years of travel across the former Soviet Union, these images, reminiscent of Andrei Tarkovsky and the vision of W. G. Sebald, portray two intertwining "dreamtimes": Moscow and the provinces.
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Andrea Hoyer
titlE: ReCollections
DEsignErs: Andrea Hoyer and Loreen Lampe
PuBlishEr: Kehrer Verlag
Distilling six years of travel across the former Soviet Union, these images, reminiscent of Andrei Tarkovsky and the vision of W. G. Sebald, portray two intertwining "dreamtimes": Moscow and the provinces.
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Various


Various
TiTle: The Latin American Photobook
TexT AnD reSeArCH: Horacio Fernández
ASSOCiATe eDiTOr: Jenny Goldberg
ArTiSTiC DireCTiOn: Ramón Reverté
DeSigner: José Luis Lugo
PuBliSHerS: Aperture Foundation and Fundación Televisa
The Latin American Photobook, featuring a selection of photo books from the Twenties to today, provides revelatory perspectives on the history of latin American photography. The collection features work by great figures like Claudia Andujar, Barbara Brändli, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Horacio Coppola, Paz errázuriz, graciela iturbide, Sara Facio, Paolo gasparini, Daniel gonzález, Boris Kossoy and Sergio larraín. it is divided into thematic sections such as "The City," "Conceptual Art and Photography," and "Photography and literature," a category uniquely important to latin America.
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Various
TiTle: The Latin American Photobook
TexT AnD reSeArCH: Horacio Fernández
ASSOCiATe eDiTOr: Jenny Goldberg
ArTiSTiC DireCTiOn: Ramón Reverté
DeSigner: José Luis Lugo
PuBliSHerS: Aperture Foundation and Fundación Televisa
The Latin American Photobook, featuring a selection of photo books from the Twenties to today, provides revelatory perspectives on the history of latin American photography. The collection features work by great figures like Claudia Andujar, Barbara Brändli, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Horacio Coppola, Paz errázuriz, graciela iturbide, Sara Facio, Paolo gasparini, Daniel gonzález, Boris Kossoy and Sergio larraín. it is divided into thematic sections such as "The City," "Conceptual Art and Photography," and "Photography and literature," a category uniquely important to latin America.
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Various
TiTle: The Latin American Photobook
TexT AnD reSeArCH: Horacio Fernández
ASSOCiATe eDiTOr: Jenny Goldberg
ArTiSTiC DireCTiOn: Ramón Reverté
DeSigner: José Luis Lugo
PuBliSHerS: Aperture Foundation and Fundación Televisa
The Latin American Photobook, featuring a selection of photo books from the Twenties to today, provides revelatory perspectives on the history of latin American photography. The collection features work by great figures like Claudia Andujar, Barbara Brändli, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Horacio Coppola, Paz errázuriz, graciela iturbide, Sara Facio, Paolo gasparini, Daniel gonzález, Boris Kossoy and Sergio larraín. it is divided into thematic sections such as "The City," "Conceptual Art and Photography," and "Photography and literature," a category uniquely important to latin America.
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Various
TiTle: The Latin American Photobook
TexT AnD reSeArCH: Horacio Fernández
ASSOCiATe eDiTOr: Jenny Goldberg
ArTiSTiC DireCTiOn: Ramón Reverté
DeSigner: José Luis Lugo
PuBliSHerS: Aperture Foundation and Fundación Televisa
The Latin American Photobook, featuring a selection of photo books from the Twenties to today, provides revelatory perspectives on the history of latin American photography. The collection features work by great figures like Claudia Andujar, Barbara Brändli, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Horacio Coppola, Paz errázuriz, graciela iturbide, Sara Facio, Paolo gasparini, Daniel gonzález, Boris Kossoy and Sergio larraín. it is divided into thematic sections such as "The City," "Conceptual Art and Photography," and "Photography and literature," a category uniquely important to latin America.
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Various
TiTle: The Latin American Photobook
TexT AnD reSeArCH: Horacio Fernández
ASSOCiATe eDiTOr: Jenny Goldberg
ArTiSTiC DireCTiOn: Ramón Reverté
DeSigner: José Luis Lugo
PuBliSHerS: Aperture Foundation and Fundación Televisa
The Latin American Photobook, featuring a selection of photo books from the Twenties to today, provides revelatory perspectives on the history of latin American photography. The collection features work by great figures like Claudia Andujar, Barbara Brändli, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Horacio Coppola, Paz errázuriz, graciela iturbide, Sara Facio, Paolo gasparini, Daniel gonzález, Boris Kossoy and Sergio larraín. it is divided into thematic sections such as "The City," "Conceptual Art and Photography," and "Photography and literature," a category uniquely important to latin America.
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TiTle: The Latin American Photobook
TexT AnD reSeArCH: Horacio Fernández
ASSOCiATe eDiTOr: Jenny Goldberg
ArTiSTiC DireCTiOn: Ramón Reverté
DeSigner: José Luis Lugo
PuBliSHerS: Aperture Foundation and Fundación Televisa
The Latin American Photobook, featuring a selection of photo books from the Twenties to today, provides revelatory perspectives on the history of latin American photography. The collection features work by great figures like Claudia Andujar, Barbara Brändli, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Horacio Coppola, Paz errázuriz, graciela iturbide, Sara Facio, Paolo gasparini, Daniel gonzález, Boris Kossoy and Sergio larraín. it is divided into thematic sections such as "The City," "Conceptual Art and Photography," and "Photography and literature," a category uniquely important to latin America.
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2003701885 Benjamin Lowy TiTle: Iraq | Perspectives
PuBliSHer: Duke University Press
Iraq | Perspectives is a response to what i felt was both the general apathy and the inability of the people in the united States to comprehend life during the iraq War. Confronted by a level of violence so high that walking on the streets to photograph was tantamount to suicidal behavior, i found myself confined to working with American soldiers, spending most of my time going on various missions in armored Humvees. My only view of iraq was through thick bulletproof windows.
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Benjamin
Lowy


Benjamin Lowy
TiTle: Iraq | Perspectives
PuBliSHer: Duke University Press
Iraq | Perspectives is a response to what I felt was both the general apathy and the inability of the people in the United States to comprehend life during the Iraq War. Confronted by a level of violence so high that walking on the streets to photograph was tantamount to suicidal behavior, I found myself confined to working with American soldiers, spending most of my time going on various missions in armored Humvees. My only view of Iraq was through thick bulletproof windows.
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Benjamin Lowy
TiTle: Iraq | Perspectives
PuBliSHer: Duke University Press
Iraq | Perspectives is a response to what I felt was both the general apathy and the inability of the people in the United States to comprehend life during the Iraq War. Confronted by a level of violence so high that walking on the streets to photograph was tantamount to suicidal behavior, I found myself confined to working with American soldiers, spending most of my time going on various missions in armored Humvees. My only view of Iraq was through thick bulletproof windows.
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Damion
Berger


Damion Berger
TiTle: In The Deep End
TexT: Damion Berger and Laura Noble
DeSigner: Victor Levie
PrinTer: Calff & Meischke
PuBliSHer: Schilt Publishing
Damion Berger shows what it physically means to be in the water or under water. Smuggling a camera into public pools, where photography is often prohibited, Berger was able to work without the knowledge or complicity of his subjects as he attempted to produce photographs that simultaneously rekindle memories of childhood and the joys of summer.
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Damion Berger
TiTle: In The Deep End
TexT: Damion Berger and Laura Noble
DeSigner: Victor Levie
PrinTer: Calff & Meischke
PuBliSHer: Schilt Publishing
Damion Berger shows what it physically means to be in the water or under water. Smuggling a camera into public pools, where photography is often prohibited, Berger was able to work without the knowledge or complicity of his subjects as he attempted to produce photographs that simultaneously rekindle memories of childhood and the joys of summer.
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Damion Berger
TiTle: In The Deep End
TexT: Damion Berger and Laura Noble
DeSigner: Victor Levie
PrinTer: Calff & Meischke
PuBliSHer: Schilt Publishing
Damion Berger shows what it physically means to be in the water or under water. Smuggling a camera into public pools, where photography is often prohibited, Berger was able to work without the knowledge or complicity of his subjects as he attempted to produce photographs that simultaneously rekindle memories of childhood and the joys of summer.
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Martin
Westlake


Martin Westlake
title: Eastward
text: Stephanie Heimann and Jamie James
Designer: Hermawan Tanzil/ LeBoYe
Printer: Indonesia Printer
Publisher: R&W Publishing
Eastward is a collection of photographs by Martin Westlake, compiled over 20 years of living and traveling in Asia. This is his first book.
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Martin Westlake
title: Eastward
text: Stephanie Heimann and Jamie James
Designer: Hermawan Tanzil/ LeBoYe
Printer: Indonesia Printer
Publisher: R&W Publishing
Eastward is a collection of photographs by Martin Westlake, compiled over 20 years of living and traveling in Asia. This is his first book.
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Martin Westlake
title: Eastward
text: Stephanie Heimann and Jamie James
Designer: Hermawan Tanzil/ LeBoYe
Printer: Indonesia Printer
Publisher: R&W Publishing
Eastward is a collection of photographs by Martin Westlake, compiled over 20 years of living and traveling in Asia. This is his first book.
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Brian
Ulrich


Brian Ulrich
title: Is This Place Great Or What
eDitor: Lesley A. Martin
Designer: Andrew Sloat
ProDucer: Matthew Harvey
Publishers: Aperture Foundation and The Cleveland Museum of Art
Is This Place Great Or What presents Brian Ulrich's decade-long exploration of the shifting tectonic plates that make up American consumer society. Ulrich focuses, in part, on the architectural legacies of a retail- driven economy in the midst of the collapse of shopping malls, big-box stores and other retail structures in transition.
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Brian Ulrich
title: Is This Place Great Or What
eDitor: Lesley A. Martin
Designer: Andrew Sloat
ProDucer: Matthew Harvey
Publishers: Aperture Foundation and The Cleveland Museum of Art
Is This Place Great Or What presents Brian Ulrich's decade-long exploration of the shifting tectonic plates that make up American consumer society. Ulrich focuses, in part, on the architectural legacies of a retail- driven economy in the midst of the collapse of shopping malls, big-box stores and other retail structures in transition.
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Brian Ulrich
title: Is This Place Great Or What
eDitor: Lesley A. Martin
Designer: Andrew Sloat
ProDucer: Matthew Harvey
Publishers: Aperture Foundation and The Cleveland Museum of Art
Is This Place Great Or What presents Brian Ulrich's decade-long exploration of the shifting tectonic plates that make up American consumer society. Ulrich focuses, in part, on the architectural legacies of a retail- driven economy in the midst of the collapse of shopping malls, big-box stores and other retail structures in transition.
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Brian Ulrich
title: Is This Place Great Or What
eDitor: Lesley A. Martin
Designer: Andrew Sloat
ProDucer: Matthew Harvey
Publishers: Aperture Foundation and The Cleveland Museum of Art
Is This Place Great Or What presents Brian Ulrich's decade-long exploration of the shifting tectonic plates that make up American consumer society. Ulrich focuses, in part, on the architectural legacies of a retail- driven economy in the midst of the collapse of shopping malls, big-box stores and other retail structures in transition.
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Brian Ulrich
title: Is This Place Great Or What
eDitor: Lesley A. Martin
Designer: Andrew Sloat
ProDucer: Matthew Harvey
Publishers: Aperture Foundation and The Cleveland Museum of Art
Is This Place Great Or What presents Brian Ulrich's decade-long exploration of the shifting tectonic plates that make up American consumer society. Ulrich focuses, in part, on the architectural legacies of a retail- driven economy in the midst of the collapse of shopping malls, big-box stores and other retail structures in transition.
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Brian Ulrich
title: Is This Place Great Or What
eDitor: Lesley A. Martin
Designer: Andrew Sloat
ProDucer: Matthew Harvey
Publishers: Aperture Foundation and The Cleveland Museum of Art
Is This Place Great Or What presents Brian Ulrich's decade-long exploration of the shifting tectonic plates that make up American consumer society. Ulrich focuses, in part, on the architectural legacies of a retail- driven economy in the midst of the collapse of shopping malls, big-box stores and other retail structures in transition.
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Michael
Freeman


Michael Freeman
title: The Photographer's Vision: Understanding the Work of Great Photographers
Publisher: Focal Press
In The Photographer's Vision, Michael Freeman examines the work of photography's greats, explaining how to look at a photo—and how to learn from looking at it.
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Michael Freeman
title: The Photographer's Vision: Understanding the Work of Great Photographers
Publisher: Focal Press
In The Photographer's Vision, Michael Freeman examines the work of photography's greats, explaining how to look at a photo—and how to learn from looking at it.
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Scarlett Hooft
Graafland


Scarlett Hooft Graafland
TiTle: Soft Horizons
DeSigner: Bart de Haas
PuBliSHer: Kehrer Verlag
Inhabiting the area between straight photography, performance and sculpture, Scarlett Hooft Graafland's photographs are records of her highly choreographed, live performances in the salt desert of Bolivia, the Canadian and Norwegian arctic, rural China and the lava fields of Iceland.
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Scarlett Hooft Graafland
TiTle: Soft Horizons
DeSigner: Bart de Haas
PuBliSHer: Kehrer Verlag
Inhabiting the area between straight photography, performance and sculpture, Scarlett Hooft Graafland's photographs are records of her highly choreographed, live performances in the salt desert of Bolivia, the Canadian and Norwegian arctic, rural China and the lava fields of Iceland.
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Mark
Chester


Mark Chester
TiTle: Twosomes
TexT: Julia Courtney
DeSigner: Un-Gyve Limited Group
PuBliSHer: Un-Gyve Press
Twosomes features 202 plates/101 image pairs representing 40 years of photography by Mark Chester.
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Mark Chester
TiTle: Twosomes
TexT: Julia Courtney
DeSigner: Un-Gyve Limited Group
PuBliSHer: Un-Gyve Press
Twosomes features 202 plates/101 image pairs representing 40 years of photography by Mark Chester.
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Mark Chester
TiTle: Twosomes
TexT: Julia Courtney
DeSigner: Un-Gyve Limited Group
PuBliSHer: Un-Gyve Press
Twosomes features 202 plates/101 image pairs representing 40 years of photography by Mark Chester.
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Mark Chester
TiTle: Twosomes
TexT: Julia Courtney
DeSigner: Un-Gyve Limited Group
PuBliSHer: Un-Gyve Press
Twosomes features 202 plates/101 image pairs representing 40 years of photography by Mark Chester.
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Mark Chester
TiTle: Twosomes
TexT: Julia Courtney
DeSigner: Un-Gyve Limited Group
PuBliSHer: Un-Gyve Press
Twosomes features 202 plates/101 image pairs representing 40 years of photography by Mark Chester.
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Mark Chester
TiTle: Twosomes
TexT: Julia Courtney
DeSigner: Un-Gyve Limited Group
PuBliSHer: Un-Gyve Press
Twosomes features 202 plates/101 image pairs representing 40 years of photography by Mark Chester.
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Donald
Weber


Donald Weber
TiTle: INTERROGATIONS
TexT: Larry Frolick
DeSigner: Heijdens Karwei
PuBliSHer: Schilt Publishing
INTERROGATIONS is the result of Donald Weber's personal quest to uncover the hidden meaning of the bloody twentieth century. In dialogue with writer Larry Frolick— whose own ancestors had been decimated in the final months of World War II—Weber insistently and provocatively addresses his questions both to the living survivors and the ghosts of the State's innumerable victims, resurrecting their final hours by taking their points of view and performing a kind of incantatory meditation over their private encounters with Power. The cast of characters captured on these pages includes policemen, working girls, thugs, dissidents and hustlers—all orphans of a secret history.
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Donald Weber
TiTle: INTERROGATIONS
TexT: Larry Frolick
DeSigner: Heijdens Karwei
PuBliSHer: Schilt Publishing
INTERROGATIONS is the result of Donald Weber's personal quest to uncover the hidden meaning of the bloody twentieth century. In dialogue with writer Larry Frolick— whose own ancestors had been decimated in the final months of World War II—Weber insistently and provocatively addresses his questions both to the living survivors and the ghosts of the State's innumerable victims, resurrecting their final hours by taking their points of view and performing a kind of incantatory meditation over their private encounters with Power. The cast of characters captured on these pages includes policemen, working girls, thugs, dissidents and hustlers—all orphans of a secret history.
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